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Na Maka o ka Aina--videos on Hawaiian culture, history, sovereignty, environment, & art

Local Sightings/Citings

Hawaii: Independent & Sovereign

We are Not Happy Natives: Education & Decolonization in Hawaii--Haunani-Kay Trask e-archive on CD-ROM

The Magic of Being Maori--the indigenous Maori people - their culture, history, mythology, legend and whakapapa (genealogy)

Noa'ia 'e Mauri--a website for the people of Rotuma

Powhiri: New Zealand's Welcoming Spirit--(view with your speakers on so you can hear the audio portion)

Asian and Pacific Island American

Contemporary Post-Colonial & Post-Imperial Literatures in English: New Zealand

Legislative Violations of the Treaty of Waitangi, 1840-1990

Treaty of Waitangi

ARCHIVES, NEW ZEALAND: Te Whare Tohu Tuhituhinga o Aotearoa



Takirirangi Smith, "Tangata Whenua (People of the Land) and Whakapapa Korero (Layers of Knowledge)"

Decolonisation and Aotearoa– pathway to right livelihood by Jessica Hutchings

“Re:Learning an Ocean in Motion: Reflections on Pedagogy and ‘Local’ Knowledges between the Central Carolines and the American Heartland” by Vicente M. Diaz



The Contemporary Pacific--link contains current issues and TOC; also available online at Project Muse

‘Ōiwi: A Native Hawaiian Journal