Te Matahauariki Research Institute


"The overall aim of this research is to explore ways in which the legal system of Aotearoa/New Zealand can evolve so as to accommodate the best of the values and concepts of both major components of its society"

 

    Friday, June 2, 2006
 
About Te Matahauariki

Monographs

Dame Evelyn Stokes, 'The Individualisation of Maori Interests in Land'
Available for Order at $35. Email Project Secretary smacleod@waikato.ac.nz   

 Robert Joseph, ' The Government of Themselves' Case Law, Policy and Section 71 of the Constitution Act 1852     
Available for Order at $35. Email Project Secretary smacleod@waikato.ac.nzq   

Dame Evelyn Stokes, Wiremu Tamihana Te Waharoa: A Study of his Life and Times. Department of Geography, Te Matahauariki Institute, 2000
Out of Stock      

  Dame Evelyn Stokes, The Legacy of Ngatoroirangi: Maori use of Geothermal Resources. Department of Geography, Te Matahauariki Institute, 2000
Out of Stock   

 Dame Evelyn Stokes, OHAKI: A Power Station on Maori Land, Te Matahauariki Institute, 2004 (contains colour prints and Maps)
Available for Order at $48. Email Project Secretary smacleod@waikato.ac.nz

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Occasional Papers

    Number 1: Rachel Parr and Paul Meredith, Collaborative Cultural Research for Laws and Institutions in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Te Matahauariki Institute, 2001
Available for Order at $15. Email Project Secretary smacleod@waikato.ac.nz

  Number 2: Dr Alex Frame, Property and the Treaty of Waitangi: A Tradedy of the Commodities? Te Matahauariki Institute, 2001
Available for Order at $15. Email Project Secretary smacleod@waikato.ac.nz 

Number 3: Wayne Rumbles, Africa: Co-Existence of Customary and Received Law. Te Matahauariki Institute, 2001
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   Number 4: Leilani Tuala-Warren, A Study in Ifoga: Samoa's Answer to Dispute Healing. Te Matahauariki Institute, 2002
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 Number 5: Rachel Parr, Te Matahauariki Methodology: The Creative Relationship Framework. Te Matahauariki Institute, 2002
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Number 6: Robert Joesph, Comparatively Speaking: A Summary Paper for Objective 2, 2003
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Number 7: Tonga Karena: Cooking the Potatoes, 2003
Out of Stock

Number 8: Tui Admas et al Te Matapunenga: A compendium of References to Concepts of Mari Customary Law
Available for Download: Note Large File is 2.3 MB PDF file

Number 9 forthcomming

Number 10: Joeliee Seed Pihama: Maori Ancestral Sayiung: A Juridical Role?
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