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Anne-Marie Jackson

Anne-Marie Jackson working on a waka image
Photo: Sharron Bennett.

Senior Lecturer
BPhEd(Hons), MPhEd, PhD(Otago)
Tel +64 3 479 8378
Mob +64 21 279 8378
anne-marie.jackson@otago.ac.nz

Office location: Rm 103, 55 Union St West
Te Koronga office: Rm 113, 55 Union St West

Background

Tēnā koutou katoa, He uri ahau nō Te Taitokerau. Nō Ngāti Whātua, Te Roroa, Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Wai me Ngāti Kahu o Whangaroa ahau. Kei te mihi.

My genealogical links are to the Far North and these links firmly ground me as a Māori academic. I am a Senior Lecturer in Māori physical education and health and joined the School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences as an academic staff member in 2011. After obtaining a Bachelor of Physical Education Honours degree majoring in Exercise Sport Science and a Master of Physical Education focusing on education policy, I completed a doctorate in Māori studies and physical education examining rangatiratanga and Māori health and well-being within a customary fisheries context.

In 2013, alongside Dr Hauiti Hakopa, we established Te Koronga which is a graduate research excellence group. Following from the success of our graduate research excellence group we became a recognised University of Otago Research Theme:
Te Koronga: Indigenous Science Research Theme

Teaching

Research

My research platform is Te Koronga. Te Koronga is focused on Māori research excellence that uplifts the hopes and aspirations of Māori communities in the context of Māori physical education and health. Māori physical education and health is the application of worldview for mauri ora, flourishing wellness.

In 2018, we were featured in Nature:
These labs are remarkably diverse — here’s why they’re winning at science (Nature website)

I have four distinct programmes of research:

Māori physical education and health

We examine notions of mauri ora, hauora and oranga for Māori and indigenous peoples. In particular, we work alongside numerous local and national Māori organisations in the praxis of Māori physical education and health including: Parore-Edmonds Whānau,Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Whātua, Kāti Huirapa ki Puketeraki, NZ Police, Toi Tangata.

Projects include:

  • Understanding Tertiary Māori and Pacific Islands Student Excellence at the School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences
  • Noho Marae as a Tertiary Kaupapa Māori Pedagogy

Tangaroa / Marine

Tangaroa is the Māori deity of the sea. We research the concept of tangata moana (people of the ocean) and how this concept is critical for health and well-being of coastal communities. I co-lead Te Tiaki Mahinga Kai with Associate Professor Chris Hepburn of the Department of Marine Science. Projects include:

Waka and water safety

We are members of Tangaroa Ara Rau which is a nation-wide collective of Māori water safety experts interested in strengthening connections to the water for wellness.
Tangaroa Ara Rau

We also support many of waka and water safety whānau such as Hauteruruku ki Puketeraki, Live It Enterprises Mr Rob Hewitt, and Te Toki Voyaging Trust. Projects include:

Indigenous science

We lead a University of Otago Research Theme:
Te Koronga: Indigenous Science.

The research focus is indigenous science, including:

  • Science derived from Māori ways of knowing as an example of indigenous science
  • Interface research: the combination of Māori and Western science
  • Science that embodies a decolonising research ethic

Projects include:

  • Principal Investigator Brain Research New Zealand in the Mātauranga Platform.

These four programmes are underpinned by my praxis and these are the threads that are a feature of all of the my research:

  • Community engagement and co-production
  • Kaupapa Māori methodology
  • Kaupapa Māori methods, namely hui and wānanga
  • Graduate student development
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Postgraduate students

For students wishing to join Te Koronga, please contact Dr Anne-Marie Jackson. 

Current students

  • Justine Camp, Kāi Tahu, Kāti Mamoe, Waitaha, PhD, Te Tautarinui o Matariki; A whānau health compass, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Professor Michael Reilly. Funded by BRNZ
  • Chelsea Cunningham, Ngāti Kahungunu, PhD, Kei raro i te tarutaru ngā tuhi tīpuna: Reconnection to Whakapapa. Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa, Professor Richard Walter
  • Sinead Ford, PgDipSci, Examining Te Taha Hinengaro in the CACTUS programme, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Associate Professor Tania Cassidy
  • Ben Hanara, Ngāti Kahungunu, MSc, Te Wai Roro o Tangaroa – Tangaroa in the brain, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa. Funded by BRNZ
  • Ngahuia Mita, Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki, Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Hako, Hauraki, PhD, Tairāwhiti Waka, Tairāwhiti Tāngata – Examining Tairāwhiti Voyaging Philosophies, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Chanel Phillips, Dr Hauiti Hakopa. Funded by Health Research Council
  • Caleb Mitchell, Ngāti Porou, MPhEd, Hauora and Outdoor Education, Associate Professor Mike Boyes, Mr Geoff Ockwell, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson
  • Tukohirangi Pini, Tapuika, Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa, MPhEd, The rise of Rahi - an investigation into the popularity of ki-o-rahi, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa
  • Terina Raureti, Ngāti Raukawa, Tangaroa Ara Rau: Whānau connections and Water Safety, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Chanel Phillips, Professor Chris Button, Funded by Health Research Council
  • Lisa van Halderen, MSc, Rāhui and Customary Fisheries Management, Associate Professor Chris Hepburn, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson
  • Jeanette Wikaira, Ngāti Tamaterā, Ngāti Pūkenga, Ngāpuhi, PhD, He Taonga – Hei Taonga: An exploration of taonga and well-being, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Professor Poia Rewi

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Graduates

  • Chelsea Cunningham, Ngāti Kahungunu, PgDipPE, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa
  • Chelsea Cunningham, Ngāti Kahungunu, MPhEd, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa
  • Ben Hanara, Ngāti Kahungunu, PgDipPE, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa
  • Darcy Karaka, Ngāti Porou, PgDipPE. Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa
  • Darcy Karaka, Ngāti Porou, MPhEd, A Kaupapa Māori Approach to the Fitness Gym. Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa
  • Gaye McDowell, Tūhoe, Te Atiawa, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Kahungunu, MPhEd, Te Ao Māori Learning Journeys of Teacher Educators. Associate Professor Tania Cassidy, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson
  • Georgia McCarty, Tainui, PgDipPE, Whakamomori: An investigation into Māori Youth Suicide Prevention, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa
  • Ngahuia Mita, Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki, Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Hako, Hauraki, BPhEd(Hons), Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa
  • Ngahuia Mita, Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki, Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Hako, Hauraki, MPhEd, Hauteruruku ki Puketeraki - Connecting to Te Ao Takaroa, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa
  • Chanel Phillips, Ngāti Hine, MPhEd, Mahinga kai- He tāngata. Mahinga kaitiaki- He mauri. Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa
  • Chanel Phillips, Ngāti Hine, PhD, A Journey to Belonging: Explorations of Māori Perspectives of Water Safety, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa, Associate Professor Chris Button. Funded by Health Research Council
  • Tukohirangi Pini, Tapuika, Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa, PgDipPE, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa
  • Huia Pocklington, Ngāti Whātua, BPhEd(Hons), Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa
  • Lisa Pohatu, Ngāti Kahungunu, MPH, Iron Maori: A Kaupapa Māori Driven Hauora Initiative. Dr Richard Egan, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson
  • Mitchell Purvis, Ngāti Pikiao, PgDipPE, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa
  • Terina Raureti, Ngāti Raukawa, PgDipPE, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa
  • Terina Raureti, Ngāti Raukawa, MPhEd, Kia mārama ai te ihi, te wehi o Mukukai: The influence of swimming on whānau engagement with water, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa
  • Jordon Skipper, Te Atiawa, Tūhoe, PgDipPE, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa.
  • Kendall Stevenson, Ngāti Awa, Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Kurī, Te Aupōuri, MPhEd, Maori Leadership within Recreation Management. A case study of Aoraki Bound. Dr Sally Shaw, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson
  • Nikki Timu, Ngāti Ranginui, Ngāti Kahungunu, MPhEd, Māori perspectives on the use of haka within New Zealand sport, Professor Steve Jackson, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson
  • Shane Witehira, Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Kahu, BPhEd(Hons), Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa

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Publications

Hepburn, C. D., Jackson, A.-M., Pritchard, D. W., Scott, N., Vanderburg, P. H., & Flack, B. (2019). Challenges to traditional management of connected ecosystems within a fractured regulatory landscape: A case study from southern New Zealand. Aquatic Conservation. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1002/aqc.3152

Button, C., Button, A., Jackson, A.-M., Cotter, J., & Maraj, B. (2019). Teaching Water Skills for Life to children in open water environments. In S. Mandic & K. Coppell (Eds.), Proceedings of The Active Living and Environment Symposium (TALES): Linking Transport, Health and Sustainability. (pp. 41). Dunedin, New Zealand: University of Otago. [Abstract]

Button, C., Button, A., Jackson, A.-M., Cotter, J., & Maraj, B. (2019). Developing a first principles approach to educating water skills for life to children. 46p. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10523/8981

Jackson, A.-M., Baxter, J., & Hakopa, H. (2018). Hauora Māori: He Tīmatanga: Māori health: An introduction. In M. Reilly, S. Duncan, G. Leoni, L. Paterson, L. Carter, M. Rātima & P. Rewi (Eds.), Te Kōparapara: An introduction to the Māori world. (pp. 324-342). Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press.

Jackson, A.-M., Phillips, C., Cunningham, C., Mita, N., McKinlay, P., Pickery, J.-J., & Eketone, H. (2018). Wāhine Māori reflections on Wai. Junctures, (19), 18-36.

Chapter in Book - Research

Jackson, A.-M., Baxter, J., & Hakopa, H. (2018). Hauora Māori: He Tīmatanga: Māori health: An introduction. In M. Reilly, S. Duncan, G. Leoni, L. Paterson, L. Carter, M. Rātima & P. Rewi (Eds.), Te Kōparapara: An introduction to the Māori world. (pp. 324-342). Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press.

Hakopa, H., Jackson, A.-M., Mita, N., & Cunningham, C. (2017). Te Koronga: Mapping case studies. In H. Whaanga, T. T. Keegan & M. Apperley (Eds.), He Whare Hangarau Māori: Language, culture & technology. (pp. 108-121). Hamilton, New Zealand: University of Waikato.

Cassidy, T., Jackson, A.-M., Miyahara, M., & Shemmell, J. (2014). Greta: Weaving strands to allow Greta to flourish as Greta. In K. Armour (Ed.), Pedagogical cases in physical education and youth sport. (pp. 117-129). Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

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Journal - Research Article

Jackson, A.-M., Phillips, C., Cunningham, C., Mita, N., McKinlay, P., Pickery, J.-J., & Eketone, H. (2018). Wāhine Māori reflections on Wai. Junctures, (19), 18-36.

Jackson, A.-M., Hepburn, C. D., & Flack, B. (2018). East Otago Taiāpure: Sharing the underlying philosophies 26 years on. New Zealand Journal of Marine & Freshwater Research. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/00288330.2018.1536066

Phillips, C., Jackson, A.-M., & Hakopa, H. (2016). Creation narratives of mahinga kai: Māori customary food-gathering sites and practices. MAI Journal, 5(1), 63-75. doi: 10.20507/MAIJournal.2016.5.1.5

Flack, B., Flack, S., Ferrall-Heath, H., Kerr, H., Jackson, A.-M., Hakopa, H., & Mita, N. (2015). Hauteruruku ki Puketeraki: Haunui ki te Waipounamu. Scope: Kaupapa Kai Tahu, 3, 25-33.

Jackson, A.-M. (2015). Kaupapa Māori theory and critical discourse analysis: Transformation and social change. AlterNative, 11(3), 256-268.

Jackson, A.-M. (2015). The Mauri that binds us. Scope: Kaupapa Kai Tahu, 3, 72-78.

Flack, B., Jackson, A.-M., Phillips, C., & Vanderburg, P. (2015). Ki Uta Ki Tai, Kā taoka i ahu mai. Scope: Kaupapa Kai Tahu, 3, 12-17.

Jackson, A.-M. (2013). A discursive analysis of rangatiratanga in a Māori fisheries context. MAI Journal, 2(1), 3-17.

Jackson, A.-M. (2013). Erosion of Māori fishing rights in customary fisheries. Waikato Law Review, 21, 59-75.

Jackson, A.-M. (2008). Towards understanding indigenous knowledge in environmental management practise: A discursive analysis of the East Otago taiāpure proposal. MAI Review, 1. Retrieved from http://www.review.mai.ac.nz/index.php/MR/article/view/105/116

Jackson, A.-M. (2008). Epistemological assumptions and dual roles of community-centred researchers. MAI Review, 3. Retrieved from http://www.review.mai.ac.nz/index.php/MR/article/view/180/186

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Journal - Research Other

Hepburn, C. D., Jackson, A.-M., Pritchard, D. W., Scott, N., Vanderburg, P. H., & Flack, B. (2019). Challenges to traditional management of connected ecosystems within a fractured regulatory landscape: A case study from southern New Zealand. Aquatic Conservation. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1002/aqc.3152

Clapcott, J., Ataria, J., Hepburn, C., Hikuroa, D., Jackson, A.-M., Kirikiri, R., & Williams, E. (2018). Mātauranga Māori: Shaping marine and freshwater futures. New Zealand Journal of Marine & Freshwater Research, 52(4), 457-466. doi: 10.1080/00288330.2018.1539404

Jackson, A.-M. (2016). Ka ora te taiao, ka ora te tangata: A thriving environment, a thriving person [Guest]. Out & About, (32), 5-7. [Editorial].

Mita, N., Flack, B., Flack, S., Ferrall-Heath, H., Jackson, A.-M., & Taiapa-Parata, W. (2016). Application of Māori worldview, connecting with Te Ao o Takaroa (Contribution to Māori and the natural world). Out & About, (32), 16-18.

Hauteruruku ki Puketeraki, including Flack, B., Flack, S., Ferrall-Heath, H., and, Jackson, A.-M., Mita, N., … Jackson, S., & Phillips, C. (2016). One day a waka for every marae: A southern approach to Māori water safety. New Zealand Physical Educator, 49(1), 26-28.

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Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Full paper

Raureti, T., Jackson, A.-M., Hakopa, H., & Ruhe, T. (2017). Whānau fit: promoting Te Reo Māori and physical activity. Scope: Health & Wellbeing, 1(Activity), (pp. 81-87). [Full Paper]

Jackson, A.-M., Hakopa, H., & Jackson, S. (2017). Māori physical education and health in the tertiary context: Approaches from the University of Otago, School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences. Scope: Health & Wellbeing, 1(Activity), (pp. 64-70). [Full Paper]

Jackson, A.-M., Hakopa, H., Jackson, S., Phillips, C., Karaka, D., Stevenson, K., Pohatu, L., McDowell, G., … Mita, N., Pocklington, H., & Barsdell, H. (2015). Te Koronga: Pathways of Māori postgraduate research excellence: Part 1. Proceedings of the International Indigenous Development Research Conference. (pp. 93-100). Auckland, New Zealand: Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. [Full Paper]

Jackson, A.-M. (2010). A critical analysis of the taiāpure process. In R. Taonui (Ed.), Proceedings of Ngā Kete a Rēhua Inaugural Māori Research Symposium Te Waipounamu. (pp. 237-243). Christchurch, New Zealand: Aotahi School of Māori and Indigenous Studies, University of Canterbury. [Full Paper]

Hepburn, C. D., Kainamu, A., Vanderburg, P. H., Jackson, A.-M., & Flack, B. (2010). Ki Uta ki Tai: From the mountains to the sea: Holistic approaches to customary fisheries management. In J. S. Te Rito & S. M. Healy (Eds.), Proceedings of the 4th International Traditional Knowledge Conference: Kei Muri i te Awe Kāpara he Tangata Kē: Recognising, Engaging, Understanding Difference. (pp. 142-148). Auckland, New Zealand: Knowledge Exchange Programme of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. [Full Paper]

Jackson, A.-M., Hepburn, C. D., & East Otago Taiāpure Management Committee. (2010). Rangatiratanga and customary fisheries management. In J. S. Te Rito & S. M. Healy (Eds.), Proceedings of the 4th International Traditional Knowledge Conference: Kei Muri i te Awe Kāpara he Tangata Kē: Recognising, Engaging, Understanding Difference. (pp. 165-170). Auckland, New Zealand: Knowledge Exchange Programme of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. [Full Paper]

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Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

Button, C., Button, A., Jackson, A.-M., Cotter, J., & Maraj, B. (2019). Teaching Water Skills for Life to children in open water environments. In S. Mandic & K. Coppell (Eds.), Proceedings of The Active Living and Environment Symposium (TALES): Linking Transport, Health and Sustainability. (pp. 41). Dunedin, New Zealand: University of Otago. [Abstract]

Mita, N., Hulbe, C., Hakopa, H., & Jackson, A.-M. (2017). Mātauranga Taiao: Finding the way to Antarctica. Proceedings of the New Zealand Antarctic Science Conference: Challenging science in a challenging environment. (pp. 20). New Zealand Antarctic Research Institute. Retrieved from https://antarctic2017.org

Ruckstuhl, K., Kawharu, M., Jackson, A.-M., Keegan, T. T., Shadbolt, M., Hudson, M., … Hikuroa, D. (2016). National Science Challenges in Aotearoa-New Zealand: Opportunity or business as usual? Proceedings of the International Indigenous Research Conference. (pp. 82). Auckland, New Zealand: Ngä Pae o te Māramatanga. Retrieved from http://www.indigenousresearch2016.ac.nz/

Jackson, A.-M., Jackson, S., Phillips, C., Wikaira, J., Karaka, D., Corrigan, C., Cunningham, C., Mita, N., & Macfarlane, T. (2016). Te Koronga: A programme of graduate research student excellence within the academy. Proceedings of the International Indigenous Research Conference. (pp. 39-40). Auckland, New Zealand: Ngä Pae o te Māramatanga. Retrieved from http://www.indigenousresearch2016.ac.nz/

Makoare, Z., Waiti, J., Jackson, S., & Jackson, A.-M. (2012). Taitimu Trust turning the tide: Motivating rangatahi to become rangatira for the future. Proceedings of the Hui Whakapiripiri: Translating Knowledge into Māori Health Gains. Retrieved from http://hui.hrc.govt.nz/

Jackson, A.-M., Hurd, C., & Hepburn, C. (2011). Strategies employed by communities to manage taiäpure. Proceedings of the New Zealand Marine Sciences Society (NZMSS) Conference: Understanding, Managing, and Conserving our Marine Environment. (pp. 13). Retrieved from http://nzmss.org/assets/Conference/NZMSS2011AbstractsOralPresentations.pdf

East Otago Taiāpure Management Committee, Hepburn, C., Jackson, A.-M., Scott, N., & Moller, H. (2010). East Otago Taiāpure: The long road to community-led fisheries managment. New Zealand Ecological Society Annual Conference: Biodiversity: 2010 and Beyond. (pp. 30). Retrieved from http://www.nzesconference.org.nz/programme

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Conference Contribution - Verbal presentation and other Conference outputs

Jackson, A.-M., & Button, C. (2018, July). University of Otago School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences Q + A. Workshop presentation at the Physical Education New Zealand (PENZ) 60th National Conference: Together, Towards Tomorrow, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Flack, B., Russell, P., Van Halderen, L., Pritchard, D., Hepburn, C., Brownstein, G., Paterson, R., & Jackson, A.-M. (2016, November). He Pātaka Wai Ora Project: Environmental monitoring on the Waikouaiti River. Verbal presentation at the New Zealand Coastal Society (NZCS) 24th Annual Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Jackson, A.-M. (2015, May). Māori research collaboration: Walking the talk. Verbal presentation at the Hui Poutama: Māori Research Symposium, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Hakopa, H., Jackson, A.-M., Phillips, C., & Pocklington, H. (2014, November). To Koronga: A programme of postgraduate research student excellence within the academy. Verbal presentation at the 6th Biennial Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga International Indigenous Development Research Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Jackson, A.-M., Hakopa, H., & Jackson, S. (2014, January). Ways of knowing: A Māori perspective. Verbal presentation at the Teaching, Science and Society Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Jackson, A.-M., Hakopa, H., & Phillips, C. (2014, May). Māui transitions: Pursuing graduate research student excellence. Verbal presentation at the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WiPC:E): E Mau Ana Ka Mo'olelo: Our Narratives Endure, Honolulu, Hawai'i.

Jackson, A.-M., & Makoare, Z. (2013, October). Te Taitimu Trust: Our hard to reach whanau. Verbal presentation at the International Water Safety & Aquatic Education Conference, Queenstown, New Zealand.

Jackson, A.-M. (2012, June). Ki Uta Ki Tai: He Taoka Tuku Iho: Examining Māori health and wellbeing through customary fisheries management. Verbal presentation at the Fourth Annual Meeting of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA), Uncasville, Connecticut.

Jackson, A.-M. (2012, August). Ngāpuhi creation genealogy: A metaphor for teaching and learning at the School of Physical Education. Verbal presentation at the Hui Poutama: Māori Research Symposium: Ka Haere Whakamua, Ka Titiro Whakamuri, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Jackson, A.-M., Jackson, S., & Hakopa, H. (2012, August). Mapping the mauri of ancestral landscapes. Verbal presentation at the Hui Poutama: Māori Research Symposium: Ka Haere Whakamua, Ka Titiro Whakamuri, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Jackson, A.-M. (2011, November). Ki Uta Ki Tai: He Taoka Tuku Iho. Verbal presentation at the Maori and Indigenous (MAI) Doctoral Student Conference, Whakatane, New Zealand.

Jackson, A.-M. (2011, May). Trick or treaty?: Customary fisheries management in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Verbal presentation at the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) Conference, Sacramento, CA.

Jackson, A.-M. (2011, August). Rangatiratanga and taiāpure: Imagining futures. Verbal presentation at the Hui Poutama: Māori Research Symposium: Past Present Future: Ka Haere Whakamua, Ka Titiro Whakamuri, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Jackson, A.-M. (2010, March). Our place. Verbal presentation at the Ka Ora te Whenua, Ka Ora te Tangata: Research into the well-being of Land and People in Customary Fisheries Dissemination Hui, Gore, New Zealand.

Jackson, A.-M., Williams, J., & Cassidy, T. (2010, October). Rangatiratanga: Imagining futures. Verbal presentation at the Māori and Indigenous Doctoral Students Conference: He Rangi Tā Matawhānui: Visualising Wider Horizons, Wellington, New Zealand.

Jackson, A.-M. (2009, October). Customary fisheries: Treaty rights and neoliberalism. Verbal presentation at the National Māori Doctoral Student Conference, Karitane, New Zealand.

Jackson, A.-M. (2008, October). From student orientation practices to Invercargill school closures to customary fisheries: The importance of a community focus and applied outcomes. Verbal presentation at the Māori and Indigenous (MAI) Doctoral Conference, Whakatane, New Zealand.

Jackson, A.-M. (2008, September). A critical analysis of the taiāpure process. Verbal presentation at the Ngā Kete a Rēhua Inaugural Māori Research Symposium Te Waipounamu, Christchurch, New Zealand.

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