Research Publications for Nepia Mahuika
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Mahuika, N., & Mahuika, R. (2020). Wānanga as a research methodology. AlterNative, 16(4), 369-377. doi:10.1177/1177180120968580
Kukutai, T., Mahuika, N., Kani, H., Ewe, D., & Kukutai, K. (2020). Survivance as narrative identity: Voices from a Ngāti Tiipa oral history project. MAI Journal, 9(3), 309-320. Retrieved from http://www.journal.mai.ac.nz/
Mahuika, N. (2019). A brief history of Whakapapa: Māori approaches to genealogy. Genealogy, 3(2), 32. doi:10.3390/genealogy3020032
Mahuika, N. (2019). Rethinking oral history and tradition: An Indigenous perspective. Oxford University Press, USA.
Mahuika, N. (2017). FORTHCOMING - “Kaupapa Māori History: A contemplation on the place of ‘Kaupapa’ in Māori history”. Te Pouhere Kōrero, Māori People, Māori History.
Mahuika, N. (2017). An outsiders guide to public oral history in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Public History, 5(1), 3-18.
Mahuika, N. (2017). The power of the past: Why study indigenous histories?. In K. Vaidya (Ed.), History for the Curious: Why Study History? (The Stuck Student's Guide to Picking the Best College and University Major). Curious Academic Publishing.
Mahuika, N. (2016). The presence of the past: Maori history in contemporary reflection. In MO’NA: Our Pasts Before Us: 22nd Pacific History Association Conference. Conference held at Guam, Mariana Islands.
Mahuika, N. (2016). [Keynote] The indigenous 'truth' of oral history: Decolonizing oral history in presence, practice, and politics. In Our Stories, Our Way: Indigenous Oral History Symposium. Conference held at State Library of Western Australia, Perth, Australia.
Mahuika, N. (2016). Telling Us in the Days destined to you: A Response to Warren Cariou, Life-telling: Indigenous Oral Autobiography and the Performance of Relation. Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly, 39(3), 328-333. doi:10.1353/bio.2016.0042