Te Kawa a Māui – School of Māori Studies

MAOR-222 – Te Aukorimiha, Te Auripomiha o te Reo/The Social and Political Development of the Maori Language

Points:20Prerequisites:40 pts from MAOR 100-199, including 20 pts from MAOR 101, 102, 111, 112
Faculty:Humanities & Soc ScCorequisites:None
School:Te Kawa a MauiRestrictions:None

This course examines the history of the Maori language from before European contact to the present, with the aim of establishing how the language reached its present state. The course also focuses on current issues relating to language loss and revitalisation. 100% internal assessment.

Tuition Fees

2014: domestic $818.00     international $3,650.00

Set Text

Higgins, R., Rewi, P. and Olsen-Reeder, V. (eds), 2014. The Value of the Māori Language: Te Hua o Te Reo Māori. Wellington: Huia.

Recommended Reading

Te Kawa a Māui. Te Ara Poutama. Wellington: Victoria University. See Blackboard and/or the School's website for a downloadable version of this guide.

Trimester 2 2014

* indicates instructor is the course coordinator.

CRNFrom/ToDaysTimeBuilding [Campus]RoomInstructor
2042 14 Jul – 24 Aug 2014Tue1410 - 1600New Kirk [Kelburn]204Rawinia Higgins*
Vincent Olsen-Reeder 
14 Jul – 24 Aug 2014Fri0900 - 0950Cotton [Kelburn]119
8 Sep – 19 Oct 2014Tue1410 - 1600New Kirk [Kelburn]204
8 Sep – 19 Oct 2014Fri0900 - 0950Cotton [Kelburn]119

Course Outline Information

For FHSS and NZSM course outlines (current and previous years), please refer to the Course Outlines page on the FHSS website.