The Relevance of Indigenous Knowledge in Contemporary Research Methodologies
Supervisor: Dr Lyn Carter
Reo-ā-iwi: He kohinga whakaaro.
Supervisor: Dr Karyn Paringatai
Exploring learner-centredness for adults learning te reo Māori
Supervisors: Associate Professor Lachy Paterson & Dr Matiu Rātima (until June 2015), then Professor Poia Rewi.
Gianna Leoni (submitted)
Mā te taki te kāhui ka tau: Te reo Māori ki ngā umanga Kāwanantanga o Aotearoa (The use of the Māori language in Government departments in NZ)
Supervisors: Professor Poia Rewi & Associate Professor Lachy Paterson
Reclaiming traditional knowledge frameworks in Waikato Tainui
Supervisors: Professor Michael Reilly (Te Tumu), & Professor Helen May (UoO College of Education)
Ngā aitanga kapakapa a Tāne. A comparative approach to birds in mythology, ornithomancy, and bird symbolism in Māori and other Polynesian cultures.
Supervisor: Professor Michael Reilly
Kelli Te Maiharoa
Why passive resistance was used by Tūpuna as a means to lay claim and maintain ahi kā to the whenua and does it currently hold validity and relevance for whānau today?
Supervisors: Lachy Paterson (Te Tumu) & Grant Gillett (Bioethics)