Interview: Emeritus Professor Ngāhuia Te Awekotuku

Emeritus Professor Ngāhuia Te Awekotuku (Te Arawa, Tūhoe and Waikato iwi)

has worked across the heritage, culture and academic sectors as a curator, lecturer, researcher and activist. Her areas of research interest include gender issues, museums, body modification, power and powerlessness, spirituality and ritual. She has been curator of Ethnology at the Waikato Museum, taught Art History at the University of Auckland, and was Professor of Māori Studies at Victoria University Wellington, and Professor of Research and Development at The University of Waikato .

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