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This section provides recommended resources and a starting point for research on the following topics:

  • Te Tiriti o Waitangi
  • Waitangi Tribunal
  • Whenua Māori and the Land Wars
  • Māori Politics and Activism
  • Mana Wāhine, Gender and Sexuality
  • Kapa Haka

Use the Māori Research guide to further research and explore Te Ao Māori through databases, archives, theses, media and more resources.

Recommended resources

These texts offer valuable insights into Māori history, providing a comprehensive overview of Māori culture and traditions, historical resistance and rights movements, as well as contemporary issues. By exploring these writings, readers can gain a greater understanding of the pivotal events and narratives that have influenced Māori history and identity.

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