Indigenous Studies: Home

A selection of excellent Indigenous Studies resources to help you with your studies.

Browse the Māori Collection

The following numbers cover the books, CDs and DVDs for this area and are located on level one. Look for the kōwhaiwhai label on the spine of the resource.

Subject Heading Subject Location
DU 411 Tiriti o Waitangi - Treaty of Waitangi history
DU 422.8    Kōrero taumata  - Māori biography
DU 423    Tikanga and mātauranga Māori - Māori culture and knowledge
DU 423.M42    Wharenui - Meeting houses
DU 423.S63    Kawa - Protocols including pōwhiri etc
DU 424    Iwi - Tribes
GR 375    Pūrākau - Myths and legends
KUQ  Kerēme (Tiriti o Waitangi) - Treaty of Waitangi claims
M 1842 Waiata - Songs
N 7406 Mahi toi - Art
NK 9793 Whakairo - Carving
PL Mātauranga wetereo - Māori dictionaries and grammar
PN 6519.M35    Whakatauki - Proverbs
PR Tuhinga kōrero - Literature including poetry, short stories, etc
TT 848-880    Raranga - Weaving

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Welcome

Welcome to the Indigenous Studies Subject Guide.  A selection of resources have been hand selected for you to use to aid you with your studies.  If you have any questions at all please contact the library.

By Parkinson, Sydney, 1745-1771. Parkinson was the artist on Captain Cook's 1st voyage to New Zealand in 1769. From: Parkinson, Sydney. A journal of a voyage to the South Seas. London, 1784, plate 16, opposite page 90. (Alexander Turnbull Library Reference: PUBL-0037-16) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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