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Nga Wai Whakaata O Hine-Kauorohia: The Reflecting Waters of Hine Kauorohia

Fulbright/Te Tumu lecture by Sir Tamati Reedy (Ngāti Porou), Fulbright alumnus

About the lecture

“The Māori goddess Hine-kauorohia allows us to look into the stillness of her reflecting waters to see the past with clarity, gaze at ourselves in the shimmering present, and with a finger-touch, fathom a ruffled glimpse of the future.

The mauri, the life-essence, of Aotearoa New Zealand is our sense of nationhood. What is it? Who says so? I will focus on the themes of our history – Māori and Pākehā – reflecting on the hopes and promises of our partnership under the Treaty of Waitangi. I will comment especially on themes of our relationships: economic (land and people), socio-cultural (the realities of race-relations, identity and democracy), educational (the way to advantage), political (levers of power and privilege) and of course, my place as Māori in the future Aotearoa New Zealand.” – Sir Tamati Reedy

Sir Tamati Reedy

Fulbright alumnus Sir Tamati Reedy (Ngāti Porou) is an educationalist, academic, linguist and former top public servant who will reflect on nationhood in Aotearoa New Zealand, Māori-Pākehā relationships and the role of Māori in the future of our country.

With thanks to the Fulbright New Zealand Alumni Association

Date Wednesday, 1 October 2014
Time 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Audience Public
Event Category Humanities
Event Type Lecture
LocationArchway 2 Lecture Theatre
Contact Phone64 3 479 8674

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