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Current postgraduate student research

Master of Indigenous Studies (MIndS) students 

  • Thomas Aerepo-Morgan
  • Lyric Bird
  • Sheridan Duncan
  • Darren Evans
  • Dale Harding
  • Nina Kirifi-Alai
  • Siesina Latu
  • Kelly Laurence
  • Jo-Anne Leiua
  • Brenda Marriner
  • Sharon Moreham
  • Nicholas Perham
  • Pania Tahau-Hodges
  • Renee Tuifagalele
  • Vincent Van Uitregt
  • Kopua Waititi

Masters students

Kuao Wawatai

PhD students

  • Shona Kapea-Maslin
  • Louise Kewene-Doig
  • Jamie Metzger
  • Matiu Payne
  • Byron Rangiwai
  • Raphael Richter-Gravier
  • Roma-Kiritahi Simmons-Donaldson
  • Raaniera Te Whata
  • Jenni Tupu

Raphael Richter-Gravier

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
Email: raphael.richter-gravier@paradise.net.nz

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)
Email: kelli.temaiharoa@otago.ac.nz