Chapter 1 Introduction Narrative: Te Karere Chapter 2 The Dispensation of Colonialism Chapter 3 Mere Rikiriki at Parewanui: The Genesis of the Maramatanga Chapter 4 Mareikura, Maungarongo, and the Development of the Maramatanga Narrative: Hine Ataarangi Chapter 5 Growth and the Emergence of a New Generation Narrative: Pinenga Chapter 6 Expansion and Consolidation Narrative: Hoana Chapter 7 Pilgrimages to Waitangi Narrative: Raana Chapter 8 Te Umuroa and the Tira Hoe Waka Narrative: Matiu Chapter 9 Conclusion: The Tradition of Propecy in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries Chapter 10 Appendix 1: Kinship Diagrams 1-6 Chapter 11 Appendix 2: Nationally Recognized Waiata from the Maramatanga Chapter 12 Appendix 3: Flags of the Movement Chapter 13 Appendix 4: Interviews, Research, and Notebooks Chapter 14 Glossary
Karen Sinclair is a professor of anthropology at Eastern Michigan University.
Maori Times, Maori Places is a book that will interest scholars of New Zealand as well as general readers. It is a history that seeks to place the Maramatanga within the changing landscape of New Zealand. Through all the political and social upheaval of the past seventy years, the gentle voice of Te Karere can still be heard by her people. Oceana A valuable book for and about a group of people who have lived mostly in isolation and were therefore largely unknown in the wider world. The Contemporary Pacific