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New Zealand: Maoris

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CIA World Factbook. Includes map.

New Internationalist Profile

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On the Web: Articles

On the Web: Specialized Sites

WWW Virtual Library

In the Library: Articles

Grimshaw, Patricia. "Maori agriculturalists & aboriginal hunter-gatherers: women & colonial displacement in 19th-c. Aotearoa/New Zealand & southeastern Australia," in R. Pierson & N. Chaudhuri (eds.) Nation, Empire, Colony (Bloomington: Indiana U, 1998), pp. 21-40.

Hughes, J. Donald. "New Zealand: the Maori & island resources," Capitalism, Nature & Socialism 12,1 (3/01):115-20.

Nicolson, Malcolm. "Medicine & racial politics: changing images of the New Zealand Maori in the 19th c.," in D. Arnold (ed.) Imperial Medicine & Indigenous Societies (Manchester, 1988), pp. 66-104.

Vayda, Andrew. "Maori prisoners & slaves in the 19th c.," Ethnohistory 8 (1961):144-55.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Alves, Dora. The Maori & the Crown: An Indigenous People's Struggle for Self-Determination (Westport CT: Greenwood, 1999).

Ballara, Angela. Iwi: The Dynamics of Maori Tribal Organization from c. 1769 to c. 1945 (Wellington: Victoria U, 1998).

Beaglehole, Ernest & Pearl Beaglehole. Some Modern Maoris (Wellington: 1946).

Cox, Lindsay. Kotahitanga: The Search for Maori Political Unity (NY: Oxford, 1993).

Durie, Mason. Te Mana Te Kawanatanga: The Politics of Maori Self-Determination (NY: Oxford, 1998).

Fleras, Augie & Jean Leonard Elliott. The "Nations Within": Aboriginal-State Relations in Canada, the US & New Zealand (Don Mills ONT: Oxford, 1992).

Hazlehurst, Kayleen M. Political Expression & Ethnicity: Statecraft & Mobilization in the Maori World (Westport CT: Praeger, 1993).

Heim, Otto. Writing Along Broken Lines: Violence & Ethnicity in Contemporary Maori Fiction (Auckland: Auckland U, 1998).

Ihimaera, Witi. Growing Up Maori (Auckland: Tandem, 1998).

Kennett, Peter. Unsung Hero: Barzillai Quaife (Palmerston North: DKunmore, 1991).

King, Michael. Whina: A Biography of Whina Cooper (NY: Penguin, 1991

Macdonald, Robert. The Maori of Aotearoa-New Zealand (rev. ed. London: Minority Rights Group, 1990).

O'Malley, Vincent. Agents of Autonomy: Maori Committees in the 19th C. (Wellington: Huia, 1998).

Pearson, David G. A Dream Deferred: The Origins of Ethnic Conflict in New Zealand (Boston: Allen & Unwin, 1990).

Salmond, Anne. Two Worlds: First Meetings Between Maori & Europeans, 1642-1772 (Auckland, 1991).

__________. Between Worlds: Early Exchanges Between Maori & Europeans, 1773-1815 (Honolulu: U. Hawaii, 1997).

Schwimmer, Erik (ed.) The Maori People in the 1960s (Auckland: B & J Paul, 1968).

Sinclair, Keith. Kinds of Peace: Maori People after the Wars, 1870-85 (Auckland: Auckland U, 1991).

Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia. Mana Wahine Maori: Selected Writings on Maori Women's Art, Culture & Politics (Auckland: New Women's, 1991).

Vasil, R.K. What do the Maori Want? New Maori Political Perspectives (Auckland: Random Century, 1990).

Walker, Ranginui. Nga Tau Tohetohe: Years of Anger (Auckland: Penguin, 1987).

Weiner, Annette B. Inalienable Possessions: The Paradox of Keeping-While-Giving (Berkeley: U. California, 1992).

Williams, John A. Politics of the New Zealand Maori. Protest & Cooperation, 1891-1900 (Seattle: U. Washington, 1969).

Wilson, Margaret & Anna Yeatman. Justice & Identity: Antipodean Practices (Wellington: Bridget Williams, 1995).

In the Library: Fiction

Anderson, Barbara. Long Hot Summer (Wellington: Victoria U., 1999).

Bruno, Frank. Black Noon at Ngutu (London: R. Hale, 1960).

Grace, Patricia. Potiki (NY: Penguin, 1986).

__________. The Sky People (Auckland: Penguin, 1994). Stories.

__________. Selected Stories (N: Penguin, 1981).

__________. Dogside Story (Honolulu: U. Hawaii, 2001).

Noel Hilliard. Maori Girl (London: Heinemann, 1960).

Hulme, Keri. The Bone People: A Novel (NY: Penguin, 1986).

Ihimaera, Witi. The New Net Goes Fishing (London: Heinemann, 1977). Stories.

__________. The Matriarch (Auckland: Heinemann, 1986).

__________. The Whale Rider (Auckland: Heinemann, 1987).

__________. The Dream Swimmer (NY: Penguin, 1987).

__________. Bulibasha: King of the Gypsies (Auckland: Penguin, 1998).

__________. The Uncle's Story (NY: Penguin, 2000). Maori soldier in Vietnam.

Mackrell, Brian. Only the Land Endures (Auckland: Heinemann, 1975).

Shadbolt, Maurice. Monday's Warriors: A Novel (Boston: David Godine, 1992). Maori War, 1840s.

In the Library: Poetry

In the Library: Photography

CD & Audio:

Film & Video:

"Broken English" [1997], dir. Gregor Nicholas, 91m.

"Once Were Warriors" [1993], dir. Lee Tamahori, 103m.

"The Piano" [1993], dir. Jane Campion.

"The Waimate Conspiracy" [2006], dir. ?, 101m.

"Whale Rider" [2003], dir. Niki Caro, ?m. In video stores.

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