Te Kawa a Māui
Phone: 04 463 5158
Mobile: 027 563 5158
Location: Room 204, 48 Kelburn Parade, Kelburn Campus
Teaching in 2016
MAOR 217 - The Peopling of Polynesia
MAOR 313 - Nga Tikanga Tuku Iho/Maori Customary Concepts
On research and study leave until July 2017.
Te Āti Awa
Peter Adds is an Associate Professor for Te Kawa a Māui - School of Māori Studies. He has worked in Māori Studies at Victoria since 1984 and has amassed experience in university administration, teaching and research. His primary tribal affiliation is to Te Āti Awa in Taranaki and his academic training is in anthropology and archaeology.
Current Research Projects
- The New Zealand Wars: The Aftermath of Taranaki
- Treaty Settlements and the negotiation process
- Indigenous Archaeology
- Indigenous Governance systems
- Tino Rangatiratanga and the Treaty of Waitangi
- The Māori Principles of the Treaty.
- International Indigenous issues
- Treaty issues in New Zealand
- Māori development.
Achievements and Awards
- Peter is currently the negotiator for Te Āti Awa ki Taranaki in their Treaty claim.
PhD Students (current)
Amber Aranui, Rebecca Burke, Emalani Case, Theresa Crocker, Paul Meredith, Dennis Ngawhare
MA Student (current)
- Adds, Peter. Ancestral Landscapes of Taranaki in Taranaki Whenua: Life Blood Legacy. New Plymouth, Pukeariki Museum, 2008.
- Adds, Peter. A Brilliant Civilisation in In The transit of Venus: how a rare astronomical alignment changed the world. Wellington, Awa Press, 2007.
- Hall, Ms M, Adds, Mr P, Russell, Ms M, Walker, Ms T. Russell, Ms M, Walker, Ms T., 2007. Portrayal of Māori and Te Ao Māori in Broadcasting: The Foreshore and Seabed Issue. Wellington, Broadcasting Standards Authority, 2007.
- Adds, Peter. First Footprints: People, Land and Resources in Aotearoa. Auckland. Pearsons, 2006.