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Research from Te Maiharoa, Kelli

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Kelli Te Maiharoa

Kelli.TeMaiharoa@op.ac.nz

Kelli is of Waitaha, Ngāti Rārua Ātiawa, and Kāti Māmoe descent and is affiliated with Te Niho marae. Kelli holds a Master of Arts from the University of Otago, a Certificate of Professional Studies, a Postgraduate Certificate in Child Advocacy, Bachelor of Education and Diploma Primary Teaching. She is currently a PhD candidate.

At Otago Polytechnic Kelli works with undergraduate and postgraduate Capable NZ students and supports research by Maori staff. She is a member of the Research and Postgraduate Committee at Otago Polytechnic, and of Capable NZ's Postgraduate Committee. Kelli's research interests are: Indigenous peace traditions, Decolonising methodologies, Kaupapa Māori, Second language acquisition, Māori education, and Peace and social justice.

Research Outputs

Conference Contribution - Other

Te Maiharoa, K. (2019) What does it feel like to be a child of a peacemaker. APPRA Conference, Thursday May 2nd 2019, Indonesia.

Te Maiharoa, K., Karetai, M., Donghue-Cox, K., Barbour-Evans, S., Kapa, C., & Severn,E. (2018) Te Kähui Whetü: Mäori Learners Flourishing as Mäori. Capable Professional Practice Symposium, 11 December, Otago Polytechnic.

Te Maiharoa, K. (2016) Te Ara o Rakimarie The Pathway of Peaceful Living. Peer reviewed abstract for oral presentation, International Indigenous Research Conference 15-18 November, Auckland.

Te Maiharoa, K. & Prendergast, P. (2016) Te takanga o te wa, Maori history in Aotearoa NZ: Different histories supporting shared futures. Teacher Education Forum of Aotearoa NZ Conference, 30 June - 1 July. University of Otago.

Te Maiharoa, K. (2013) Looking backward into our future: Retracing the footsteps of Poua Te Maiharoa and Te Heke 1877 (migration). Peer reviewed abstract for verbal presentation at the New Zealand Historical Association Biennial Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Conference Contribution - Published Paper

Devere, H., Te Maiharoa, K., Solomon, M., Wharehoka, M. (2017) Tides of Endurance in Indigenous Peace Traditions of Aotearoa New Zealand. Peer reviewed paper in Sergio Lira, Rogerio Amoeda and Cristina Pinheiro (eds.) Sharing Cultures: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Intangible Heritage, Barcelos, Portugal, 6-8 September, Green Line Institute for Sustainable Development.

Devere, H., Te Maiharoa, K., Wharehoka, M., & Solomon, M. (2014) Resisting conflict: Indigenous peace traditions in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Peer reviewed abstract in proceedings of the New Zealand Political Studies Association (NZPSA) Conference. (pp. 48).

Journal Article

Te Maiharoa, K. (2017) Te Ara o Rakimarie, The Pathway of Peaceful Living. Te Kaharoa, Vol 10 No 1. https://www.tekaharoa.com/index.php/tekaharoa/issue/ view/13

Te Maiharoa, K. (2017) Retracing Ancestral Footsteps. Te Kaharoa, Vol 10. No 1. https://www.tekaharoa.com/index.php/tekaharoa/article/view/158

Chapter in Book

Devere, H., Te Maiharoa, K. and Synott, J. (2016) Peacebuilding and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Experience and Strategies for the 21st Century. In Devere, H., Te Maiharoa, K. and Synott, J. (Eds.). Peacebuilding and Rights of Indigenous People. (pp.137-145). Springer International Publishing: London.

Devere, H., Te Maiharoa, K., Solomon, M and Wharehoka, M. (2016) Regeneration of Indigenous Peace Traditions. In Devere, H., Te Maiharoa, K and Synott, J. (Eds.). Peacebuilding and Rights of Indigenous People. (pp.43-51). Springer International Publishing: London.

Te Maiharoa, K. (2016) Whanaungatanga: Relationships in a One Day Te Reo Maori School of Excellence. In Theobald, M. (Ed.). Friendships in Multilingual Settings. SSCY Volume 21. Emerald.

Te Maiharoa, K. (2015) Kaore Whakaheke Toto: Do Not Shed Blood. In Pims, J. and Dhakal, P., eds, Nonkilling Spiritual Traditions, Vol (1). (pp.97-112). Center for Global Nonkilling: Honolulu. Peer-reviewed by the editors.

Edited Book/Special Edition

Devere, H., Te Maiharoa, K. & Synott, J. D. (eds) (2016) Peacebuilding and Rights of Indigenous People. Springer International Publishing: London.

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