Dr Janette Hamilton-Pearce

Iwi: Te Whānau ā Apanui, Ngāti Pāhauwera, Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairoa, Tūwharetoa

Qualifications: PhD (Information Sciences) AUT, BInfSci (1st Class Hons) Massey University

Local Contexts Programme Lead - Te Kotahi Research Institute

About Janette

Dr Janette’s research interests are Mana Wāhine, Indigenous Peoples, Information Systems and Digital Business.

Recent Publications

  • Anderson, J., Hamilton-Pearce, J., Hudson, M., Garcia, F., & Roe, C. (2021). Local Contexts: Grounding Indigenous Rights. In [COLLECTIVE LIBERATION] Disrupt, Dismantle, Manifest. Museums and Race. Retrieved from

  • Roe, C., Garcia, F., Hamilton-Pearce, J., Hudson, M., & Anderson, J. (2021). Local Contexts: Grounding Indigenous Rights - Technical Demonstration. In 2021 Indigenous Mapping Workshop. Retrieved from

  • Anderson, J., Hudson, M., Hamilton-Pearce, J., Garcia, F., & Roe, C. (2021). Local contexts: Grounding Indigenous Rights - Information session. In 2021 Indigenous Mapping Workshop. Turtle Island [Virtual Conference]. Retrieved from

  • Hamilton-Pearce, J. (2009). Mana Wāhine in Information Technology: Ngā Kaiwhatu Kākahu Me Te Kākahu. (PhD Thesis, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland). Retrieved from

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Contact Details

Email: [email protected]
Room: Te Kotahi Research Institute, 194 Hillcrest Road
Phone: 64 274 200 210