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MAORI 303

: Decolonising the Screen in Aotearoa
2020 Semester One (1203)
An in-depth examination of the socio-cultural and political impact of New Zealand films foregrounding Māori, both in front of and especially, behind the camera. The course looks primarily at how Māori filmmakers have used cinema as a means to reassert cultural identity and tino rangatiratanga, from its activist beginnings during the Māori Cultural Renaissance in the 1980s, to the present.
Subject: Māori Studies
Prerequisite: 60 points at Stage II or approval of Academic Head or nominee
Restriction: MĀORI 202
1677

MAORI 304

: Kaupapa Hōu: Special Topic: Kaupapa Māori Research Methodologies
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Kaupapa Māori research methodologies is grounded within Mātauranga Māori (Māori epistemology), worldviews, and practices. Students will learn how Kaupapa Māori research methodologies is a critical approach to research practices relevant to Māori, drawing upon Mātauranga Māori, incorporates strategies of resistance to ongoing colonialism as a pathway toward tino rangatiratanga (Māori self-determination), whilst focusing on decolonising Western research practices.
Subject: Māori Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II in Māori Studies or MĀORI 233
1678

MAORI 320

: Mātauranga: Māori Knowledge
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Explores the various facets of knowledge. This includes genealogy - cosmic, theogenic and anthropogenic (whakapapa), traditional songs (mōteatea), proverbs (whakataukī). The aim is to help develop an understanding of a Māori world view and a te ao mārama paradigm through studying Māori epistemology.
Subject: Māori Studies
Prerequisite: 15 points from MĀORI 201, 203, 206 or 30 points at Stage II
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MAORI 320

: Mātauranga: Māori Knowledge
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Explores the various facets of knowledge. This includes genealogy - cosmic, theogenic and anthropogenic (whakapapa), traditional songs (mōteatea), proverbs (whakataukī). The aim is to help develop an understanding of a Māori world view and a te ao mārama paradigm through studying Māori epistemology.
Subject: Māori Studies
Prerequisite: 15 points from MĀORI 201, 203, 206 or 30 points at Stage II
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MAORI 330

: Te Ao Hōu / Contemporary Māori Issues
2024 Semester Two (1245)
An examination of contemporary issues and debates around Māori identity as indigenous peoples in the twenty-first century. Various aspects of Māori political, cultural, social and economic development in the twenty-first century will be discussed.
Subject: Māori Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
1681

MAORI 330

: Te Ao Hōu / Contemporary Māori Issues
2020 Semester One (1203)
An examination of contemporary issues and debates around Māori identity as indigenous peoples in the twenty-first century. Various aspects of Māori political, cultural, social and economic development in the twenty-first century will be discussed.
Subject: Māori Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
1682

MAORI 335

: Mana Taketake / Indigenous Sovereignty and Public Policy
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Examines the nature of the claims that indigenous minorities are making and the political strategies that they use to pursue their self-determining agendas in both domestic and international arenas. Concepts of indigenous and human rights, redistributive justice and others are discussed and explored in relation to contemporary demands of some indigenous peoples.
Subject: Māori Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
1683

MAORI 335

: Mana Taketake / Indigenous Sovereignty and Public Policy
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Examines the nature of the claims that indigenous minorities are making and the political strategies that they use to pursue their self-determining agendas in both domestic and international arenas. Concepts of indigenous and human rights, redistributive justice and others are discussed and explored in relation to contemporary demands of some indigenous peoples.
Subject: Māori Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
1684

MAORI 335

: Mana Taketake / Indigenous Sovereignty and Public Policy
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Examines the nature of the claims that indigenous minorities are making and the political strategies that they use to pursue their self-determining agendas in both domestic and international arenas. Concepts of indigenous and human rights, redistributive justice and others are discussed and explored in relation to contemporary demands of some indigenous peoples.
Subject: Māori Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
1685

MAORI 335

: Mana Taketake / Indigenous Sovereignty and Public Policy
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Examines the nature of the claims that indigenous minorities are making and the political strategies that they use to pursue their self-determining agendas in both domestic and international arenas. Concepts of indigenous and human rights, redistributive justice and others are discussed and explored in relation to contemporary demands of some indigenous peoples.
Subject: Māori Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
1686

MAORI 393

: Kapa Haka 3
2023 Semester One (1233)
Advances the lessons learned in MĀORI 292. The practical aspects of performance remain paramount while the range is extended to cover in much greater depth and detail, ancient waiata, various forms and styles of haka and poi, leading into contemporary song, dance and choral works; analysis of the social, cultural and political issues that have inspired historical and contemporary works.
Subject: Māori Studies
Prerequisite: MĀORI 292 or approval of Academic Head or nominee
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MAORI 393

: Kapa Haka 3
2022 Semester One (1223)
Advances the lessons learned in MĀORI 292. The practical aspects of performance remain paramount while the range is extended to cover in much greater depth and detail, ancient waiata, various forms and styles of haka and poi, leading into contemporary song, dance and choral works; analysis of the social, cultural and political issues that have inspired historical and contemporary works.
Subject: Māori Studies
Prerequisite: MĀORI 292 or approval of Academic Head or nominee
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MAORI 396

: Tikanga: Ancestral Ways
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Examines tikanga (ancestral ways of living) and how these have changed since the first arrival of the ancestors of Māori in Aotearoa. Beginning with topics of contemporary interest such as land use, the sea, kinship, gender relations, justice, health and economics, this course will trace the patterns of ancestral life, explore historical debates and reflect upon possible futures.
Subject: Māori Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
Restriction: MĀORI 233
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MAORI 396

: Tikanga: Ancestral Ways
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Examines tikanga (ancestral ways of living) and how these have changed since the first arrival of the ancestors of Māori in Aotearoa. Beginning with topics of contemporary interest such as land use, the sea, kinship, gender relations, justice, health and economics, this course will trace the patterns of ancestral life, explore historical debates and reflect upon possible futures.
Subject: Māori Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
Restriction: MĀORI 233
1690

MAORI 396

: Tikanga: Ancestral Ways
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Examines tikanga (ancestral ways of living) and how these have changed since the first arrival of the ancestors of Māori in Aotearoa. Beginning with topics of contemporary interest such as land use, the sea, kinship, gender relations, justice, health and economics, this course will trace the patterns of ancestral life, explore historical debates and reflect upon possible futures.
Subject: Māori Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
Restriction: MĀORI 233
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MAORI 396

: Tikanga: Ancestral Ways
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Examines tikanga (ancestral ways of living) and how these have changed since the first arrival of the ancestors of Māori in Aotearoa. Beginning with topics of contemporary interest such as land use, the sea, kinship, gender relations, justice, health and economics, this course will trace the patterns of ancestral life, explore historical debates and reflect upon possible futures.
Subject: Māori Studies
Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage II
1692

MAORI 732

: Rangatiratanga
2024 Semester One (1243)
A study of a theoretical framework for the analysis of cultural politics between Māori and Pākehā and between Indigenous Peoples and coloniser States, in particular He Whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga o Nū Tīreni, Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Subject: Māori Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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MAORI 732

: Rangatiratanga
2023 Semester One (1233)
A study of a theoretical framework for the analysis of cultural politics between Māori and Pākehā and between Indigenous Peoples and coloniser States, in particular He Whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga o Nū Tīreni, Te Tiriti o Waitangi and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Subject: Māori Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1694

MAORI 743

: Tōrangapū / Issues in Māori Politics and Policy
2023 Semester One (1233)
An examination of selected issues in public policy and their impact on Māori development.
Subject: Māori Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1695

MAORI 743

: Tōrangapū / Issues in Māori Politics and Policy
2022 Semester One (1223)
An examination of selected issues in public policy and their impact on Māori development.
Subject: Māori Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1696

MAORI 743

: Tōrangapū / Issues in Māori Politics and Policy
2020 Semester One (1203)
An examination of selected issues in public policy and their impact on Māori development.
Subject: Māori Studies
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1697

MEDIA 101

: Film Studies
2024 Semester One (1243)
An introduction to the feature film and the main traditions of film criticism. A series of significant films, from 1915 to the present, are explored in detail. The aim is to develop a historical perspective, an awareness of film-making as an art and an interest in the relationship between films and society, including debates about race, gender, censorship.
Subject: Media, Film and Television
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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MEDIA 101

: Film Studies
2023 Semester One (1233)
An introduction to the feature film and the main traditions of film criticism. A series of significant films, from 1915 to the present, are explored in detail. The aim is to develop a historical perspective, an awareness of film-making as an art and an interest in the relationship between films and society, including debates about race, gender, censorship.
Subject: Media, Film and Television
Restriction: FTVMS 101
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MEDIA 101

: Film Studies
2022 Semester Two (1225)
An introduction to the feature film and the main traditions of film criticism. A series of significant films, from 1915 to the present, are explored in detail. The aim is to develop a historical perspective, an awareness of film-making as an art and an interest in the relationship between films and society, including debates about race, gender, censorship.
Subject: Media, Film and Television
Restriction: FTVMS 101
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MEDIA 101

: Film Studies
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An introduction to the feature film and the main traditions of film criticism. A series of significant films, from 1915 to the present, are explored in detail. The aim is to develop a historical perspective, an awareness of film-making as an art and an interest in the relationship between films and society, including debates about race, gender, censorship.
Subject: Media, Film and Television
Restriction: FTVMS 101