This course examines a range of Maori political structures, movements, ideologies and visions. Students will also explore Maori politics in relation to Pacific and international Indigenous contexts. The themes covered in the course include Tino Rangatiratanga and Sovereignty, nationalism, Liberal democracy, Local governance, Iwi governance, Pacific and Indigenous contexts. 50% internal assessment, 50% examination.
Taught by the School of History, Philosophy, Political Science & Int'l Relations, part of the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences
This course is also offered as MAOR 316.
Coordinator: Maria Bargh.
Teaching dates 14th July 2014 - 24th August 2014
Teaching dates 8th September 2014 - 19th October 2014