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Theology: Māori Resources

This guide presents key resources for staff and students' research

Search Tips

Many books relevant to Māori Studies can be found in the DU area of the Libraries and in Te Aka, the Māori Resources Collection in the Central Library.

More books with related topics can be found throughout the Library's collections.

  • Use Library Search | Ketu to search all our resources, including books and e-books, print and e-journals, magazines and DVDs.
  • Use this guide to help you find a book on the shelf.
  • Use the Interloan service to request a book not held by the Library.

For a full list of recommended resources see: Māori Studies - Key Resources

Recommended Resources

A few good starting points to learning about the peoples, natural environment, history, culture, economy and society of Aotearoa:

For more in-depth reading and research:

Te Aka a Tāwhaki

Te Aka a Tāwhaki is a collection of Māori materials located on the ground floor of the Central Library.

This small collection houses core Māori resources that are required readings for many courses across the University.

These items must be used in the Library; you can search for duplicate borrowable copies held in other libraries on campus via Library Search | Ketu.

             Te Aka carving

The collection was established in collaboration with Te Tumu and acknowledges the holistic dimension of Mātauranga Māori by bringing together in one space a collection of core Māori resources across a range of disciplines.

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