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Dr Lyn Carter

Lyn Carter imageBA MA PhD (Auckland), Adjunct Professor (Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiarangi)
Kāi Tahu, Kāti Mamoe, Waitaha, Te Rapuwai

Contact

Office 3S7 Richardson Building, South Tower
Tel +64 3 479 3049
Email lynette.carter@otago.ac.nz

Research

Lyn’s research interests include: social organisation and development structures; Indigenous Diaspora and identity; environmental literacy; Māori development in post-treaty of Waitangi settlement era.

Her current research includes development strategies for building social capital among indigenous communities, Indigenous diaspora (internal and external migrations), investigating the politics around place naming and developing research into Māori and Indigenous development across social economic and political contexts.

Teaching

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Publications

Baldwin, C., Marshall, G., Ross, H., Cavaye, J., Stephenson, J., Carter, L., Freeman, C., … Syme, G. (2019). Hybrid neoliberalism: Implications for sustainable development. Society & Natural Resources. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/08941920.2018.1556758

Carter, L. (2018). Indigenous Pacific approaches to climate change: Aotearoa/New Zealand. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave, 106p. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-96439-3

Reilly, M., Duncan, S., Leoni, G., Paterson, L., Carter, L., Rātima, M., & Rewi, P. (Eds.). (2018). Te Kōparapara: An introduction to the Māori world. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press, 484p.

Carter, L. (2018). Whakahiatotanga me te Mātauranga Māori: Māori and indigenous knowledge in development contexts. 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. 343-358). Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press.

Amoamo, M., Ruwhiu, D., & Carter, L. (2018). Framing the Māori economy: The complex business of Māori business. MAI Journal, 7(1), 51-63. doi: 10.20507/MAIJournal.2018.7.1.6

Authored Book - Research

Carter, L. (2018). Indigenous Pacific approaches to climate change: Aotearoa/New Zealand. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave, 106p. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-96439-3

Ruckstuhl, K., Gale, K., Carter, L., Ellison, E., Flack, S., & Russell, K. (2017). Kā Rūnaka expectations for oil and gas companies in East Otago. Dunedin, New Zealand: Kāi Tahu ki Otago Ltd, 37p.

Ruckstuhl, K., Carter, L., Easterbrook, L., Gorman, A. R., Rae, H., Ruru, J., Ruwhiu, D., Stephenson, J., Suszko, A., Thompson-Fawcett, M., & Turner, R. (2013). Māori and mining. Dunedin, New Zealand: University of Otago, 59p.

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Edited Book - Research

Reilly, M., Duncan, S., Leoni, G., Paterson, L., Carter, L., Rātima, M., & Rewi, P. (Eds.). (2018). Te Kōparapara: An introduction to the Māori world. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press, 484p.

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Chapter in Book - Research

Carter, L. (2018). Whakahiatotanga me te Mātauranga Māori: Māori and indigenous knowledge in development contexts. 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. 343-358). Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press.

Stein, K., Mirosa, M., Carter, L., & Johnson, M. (2017). Case studies of food sovereignty initiatives among the Māori of Aotearoa (New Zealand). In M. C. Rawlinson & C. Ward (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of food ethics. (pp. 366-376). Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Carter, L. (2015). 'Iwi, are where the people are.' Re-thinking Ahi Kā and Ahi Mātao in contemporary Māori society. In M. Kēpa, M. McPherson & L. Manu'atu (Eds.), Home: Here to stay. (pp. 23-32). Wellington, New Zealand: Huia.

Carter, L. (2013). Travelling beyond landscapes. In S. Katene & M. Mulholland (Eds.), Future challenges for Māori: He kōrero anamata. (pp. 19-27). Wellington, New Zealand: Huia.

Carter, L. (2011). The ‘Big H’: Naming and claiming landscapes. In J. Ruru, J. Stephenson & M. Abbott (Eds.), Making our place: Exploring land-use tensions in Aotearoa New Zealand. (pp. 57-69). Dunedin, New Zealand: Otago University Press.

Carter, L. (2010). Travelling landscapes: Rock art and Ngāi Tahu identity. In J. Stephenson, M. Abbott & J. Ruru (Eds.), Beyond the scene: Landscape and identity in Aotearoa New Zealand. (pp. 167-180). Dunedin, New Zealand: Otago University Press.

Carter, L. (2006). The discovery of Te Awhiorangi, an adze [Translation of Ko te Hāhi Māori]. In J. Curnow, N. Hopa & J. McRae (Eds.), He Pitopito Kōrero nō te Perehi Māori: Readings from the Maori-language Press. (pp. 113-117). Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press.

Carter, L. (2006). A notice to all the people to whom Te Wananga is sent [Translation of He Pānui ki ngā tāngata katoa, e tukua atu te Te Wananga ki a rātou]. In J. Curnow, N. Hopa & J. McRae (Eds.), He Pitopito Kōrero nō te Perehi Māori: Readings from the Maori-language Press. (pp. 31). Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press.

Carter, L. (2006). Notes and news [Translation of Pitopito Kōrero]. In J. Curnow, N. Hopa & J. McRae (Eds.), He Pitopito Kōrero nō te Perehi Māori: Readings from the Maori-language Press. (pp. 33). Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press.

Carter, L. (2006). The Maori Church [Translation of Ko te Hāhi Māori]. In J. Curnow, N. Hopa & J. McRae (Eds.), He Pitopito Kōrero nō te Perehi Māori: Readings from the Maori-language Press. (pp. 59). Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press.

Carter, L. (2006). A new meeting house [Translation of He whare hui hou]. In J. Curnow, N. Hopa & J. McRae (Eds.), He Pitopito Kōrero nō te Perehi Māori: Readings from the Maori-language Press. (pp. 151-153). Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press.

Carter, L. (2006). Printing [Translation of Te tā pukapuka]. In J. Curnow, N. Hopa & J. McRae (Eds.), He Pitopito Kōrero nō te Perehi Māori: Readings from the Maori-language Press. (pp. 223). Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press.

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Journal - Research Article

Baldwin, C., Marshall, G., Ross, H., Cavaye, J., Stephenson, J., Carter, L., Freeman, C., … Syme, G. (2019). Hybrid neoliberalism: Implications for sustainable development. Society & Natural Resources. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/08941920.2018.1556758

Amoamo, M., Ruwhiu, D., & Carter, L. (2018). Framing the Māori economy: The complex business of Māori business. MAI Journal, 7(1), 51-63. doi: 10.20507/MAIJournal.2018.7.1.6

Albury, N. J., & Carter, L. (2018). "An unrealistic expectation": Māori youth on indigenous language purism. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 2018(254), 121-138. doi: 10.1515/ijsl-2018-0036

Stein, K., Mirosa, M., & Carter, L. (2018). Māori women leading local sustainable food systems. AlterNative, 14(2), 147-155. doi: 10.1177/1177180117753168

Stein, K., Mirosa, M., & Carter, L. (2017). It’s not just about the destination, but also the journey: Reflections on research with Indigenous women food growers. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 7(3), 105-122. doi: 10.5304/jafscd.2017.073.003

Albury, N. J., & Carter, L. (2017). A typology of arguments for and against bilingual place-naming in Aotearoa New Zealand. Journal of Multilingual & Multicultural Development, 38(9), 831-842. doi: 10.1080/01434632.2016.1275654

Ruwhiu, D., & Carter, L. (2016). Negotiating "meaningful participation" for Indigenous peoples in the context of mining. Corporate Governance, 16(4), 641-654. doi: 10.1108/CG-10-2015-0138

Hopkins, D., Campbell-Hunt, C., Carter, L., Higham, J. E. S., & Rosin, C. (2015). Climate change and Aotearoa New Zealand. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 6(6), 559-583. doi: 10.1002/wcc.355

Carter, L. (2015). Singing the land: Waiata as spatial and temporal markers of place in the landscape. Scope: Kaupapa Kai Tahu, 3, 5-10.

Carter, L. (2014). Criss-crossing highways: Pacific travelling and dwelling in times of global warming. Journal of New Zealand & Pacific Studies, 2(1), 57-68. doi: 10.1386/nzps.2.1.57_1

Ruru, J., & Carter, L. (2006). ″Freeing the natives″: The role of treaty of Waitangi settlements in the reassertion of tikanga Maori. Te Tai Haruru Journal of Maori Legal Writing, 2, 15-36.

Carter, L. (2006). Integration by degrees: Blood, politics and identity. AlterNative, 3(1), 237-241.

Carter, L. (2006). He muka no te taura whiri: Taura Here and the Hau Kāinga: Issues of representation and participation for iwi members living outside their iwi territory. AlterNative, 2(1), 68-91.

Ormond, A., Cram, F., & Carter, L. (2006). Researching our relations: Reflections on ethics and marginalisation. AlterNative, 2(1), 180-198.

Carter, L. (2006). "Home" and "location": The problem of place as an ethnic identifier. International Journal of the Humanities, 4(3), 33-44.

Carter, L. (2005). Naming to own: Place names as indicators of human interaction with the environment. AlterNative, 1(1), 6-25.

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Journal - Research Other

Carter, L. (2015). [Review of the book Huia histories of Maori: Nga Tahuhu korero]. Journal of New Zealand & Pacific Studies, 2(2), 209-211. [Book Review].

Carter, L. (2015). [Review of the book Being Māori in the city: Indigenous everyday life in Auckland]. American Anthropologist, 117(4), 833-834. doi: 10.1111/aman.12398

Carter, L. (2015). [Review of the book Ko te Whenua te Utu/land is the price: Essays on Maori history, land and politics]. Journal of New Zealand & Pacific Studies, 3(1), 102-104. doi: 10.1386/nzps.3.1.93_5

Carter, L. (2008). [Review of the book The Ngāi Tahu deeds: A window on New Zealand history]. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 117(3), 305-307.

Carter, L. (2006). [Review of the book New Zealand identities: Departures and destinations]. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 115(4), 389-392.

Carter, L. (2006). [Review of the book Aloha betrayed: Native Hawaiian resistance to American colonialism]. Contemporary Pacific, 18(1), 153-159. doi: 10.1353/cp.2005.0078

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Journal - Professional & Other Non-Research Articles

Carter, L. (2008). The times they are a-changin'. Rotorua Daily Post, (12 December).

Carter, L. (2008). Vive la difference. Rotorua Daily Post, (19 October).

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Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Full paper

Ruckstuhl, K., Thompson-Fawcett, M., Carter, L., Ruwhiu, D., Stephenson, J., & Morgan, T. K. K. B. (2015). Where go the indigenous in the mining nation? Proceedings of the International Indigenous Development Research Conference. (pp. 79-86). Auckland, New Zealand: Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. [Full Paper]

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Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

Berghan, J., Goodwin, D., & Carter, L. (2017). Ecology of community: Māori understandings and values in relation to spatial data. Proceedings of the Whose Land Is It Anyway? Symposium. (pp. 14). Retrieved from https://www.whoseland2017.com/

Ruckstuhl, K., & Carter, L. (2016). Ki Uta Tai: A Ngāi Tahu approach to managing offshore oil and gas engagement. Proceedings of the International Indigenous Research Conference. (pp. 81). Auckland, New Zealand: Ngä Pae o te Māramatanga. Retrieved from http://www.indigenousresearch2016.ac.nz/

Ruwhiu, D., & Carter, L. (2016). The intergenerational reality for Māori SMEs: Building resilience for Māori SMEs for the future. Proceedings of the International Indigenous Research Conference. (pp. 84). Auckland, New Zealand: Ngä Pae o te Māramatanga. Retrieved from http://www.indigenousresearch2016.ac.nz/

Stein, K., Rosin, C., Johnson, M., Carter, L., & Mirosa, M. (2014). Maori women & food sovereignty. In T. Konlechner & S. Connelly (Eds.), Proceedings of the Postgraduate Symposium. (pp. 56). Retrieved from http://www.geography.otago.ac.nz/resources

Carter, L. (2011). How bad would it be? In M. Abbott & M. Boyes (Eds.), Proceedings of the Public Conservation Lands Research Symposium. (pp. 9). Dunedin, New Zealand: Centre for Research on National Identity, University of Otago. [Abstract]

Carter, L. (2009). Travelling landscapes: The re-location of identity symbols and their role in re-engagement with cultural landscapes. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. Retrieved from http://2009.thesocialsciences.com/

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Conference Contribution - Verbal presentation and other Conference outputs

Carter, L., Goodwin, D., & Berghan, J. (2017, September). Ecology of community: Māori understandings and values in relation to spatial data. Verbal presentation at the National Science Challenges Hui: Building Better Homes, Towns and Cities: Ko Ngā wā Kainga hei whakamāhorahora, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Carter, L. (2014, December). Pacific Islander migration, identity and cultural sustainability in the era of climate change. Verbal presentation at the 21st Pacific History Biennial Conference: Lalan, Chalan, Tala, Ara: Path: Reconnecting Pacific-Asia Histories, Taipei and Taitung, Taiwan.

Ruwhiu, D., & Carter, L. (2014, August). Ours, not mine! The multidimensional nature of meaningful participation for Indigenous Peoples within the context of mining. Verbal presentation at the Te Poutama Maori Otago International Research Workshop: When the Mining Nation Goes, Where Goes the Indigenous? Indigenous Perspectives on the 21st Century Mining Scramble, Puketeraki & Dunedin, New Zealand.

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