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Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781877242922. Release Date:January 2002. Publisher:Bridget Williams Books.

Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 17 Ara 2002 - 288 sayfa. Their membership in Maramatanga permits them to feel selected while they cautiously traverse a landscape which has lost its familiar outlines. Today, the Maori must live in a world that is dominated by European institutions. The ability to do this successfully depends on their constant vigilance in sustaining their beliefs, their views of themselves, and their notions of how the world works. This book is a compilation of twenty-five years of fieldwork with a group of Maori.

This book is a compilation of twenty-five years of fieldwork with a group of Maori. Critical issues are addressed including, written and unwritten histories, colonialism, gender, and membership in Maramatanga. This book examines in great detail what scholars of New Zealand have grown to understand, there is no monolithic Maori voice. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

For over ninety years the Maramatanga has flourished in an arena . It is the work of Mareikura and his followers that this book discusses

For over ninety years the Maramatanga has flourished in an arena protected from the curious eyes of pakeha. It is the work of Mareikura and his followers that this book discusses. Today teh movement quietly continues, centred on the Ruapehu district. The prophetic sayings of Mareikura and other voices guide the lives of the people of the Maramatanga.

The history of the Māramatanga begins in the early years of the twentieth century, when a relatively obscure prophetess .

The history of the Māramatanga begins in the early years of the twentieth century, when a relatively obscure prophetess, Mere Rikiriki, moved away from the models invoked by her nineteenth century predecessors. Her work, with its ritual and ideological implications, transformed the Māori prophetic tradition, shifting the paradigm from the Old to the New Testament. Paying tribute to the teaching role of Hoana, Karen Sinclair describes a spiritual instruction period at the marae: Hoana had explained to the assembled children and teenagers the history of the flag flying over the marae and its importance to Mere Rikiriki who had originally given it.

Their membership in Maramatanga permits them to feel selected while they cautiously traverse a landscape which has lost its familiar outlines.

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Read "Maori Times, Maori Places Prophetic Histories" by Karen Sinclair . This book examines in great detail what scholars of New Zealand have grown to understand, there is no monolithic Maori voice

Today, the Maori must live in a world that is dominated by European institutions. The ability to do this.


Prophetic histories: The people of the Maramatanga download epub
Author: Karen Sinclair
ISBN: 1877242926
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Publisher: Bridget Williams Books (January 1, 2002)