Ngaguia Murphy – Auckland Museum Scholarship

Ngaguia Murphy tells us her story of receiving the Sir Hugh Kawharu Auckland Museum Scholarship 2015. Ngahuia’s research will investigate censored and marginalised traditions relating to Māori women, allowing her to interrogate how women’s knowledge, roles, status and stories have been misinterpreted by colonial ethnographers and early accounts of Māori lifeways.


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HOWL FOR CHANGE with Heperi Mita

HOWL FOR CHANGE with Heperi Mita

The Howl for Change team speaks to Māori filmmaker Heperi Mita about his documentary Merata: How Mum Decolonised the Screen, “with which he revives his mother’s spirit…