Taukaea MāoriApril 26, 8:45am - 4:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Kamakakūokalani
The 'Taukaea Māori' symposium will bring together Māori scholars, students, artists, and community members to connect, share research, and celebrate the intellectual and creative work being produced by Māori in Hawai'i and beyond.
The symposium will feature talks, panels, creative work etc, and brings together the Māori community spread around the many institutions and spaces of O'ahu & beyond: UHM, BYUH, PCC, Syracuse and more...
8.45am Gather in parking lot next to Hawaiian Studies
9am Timatanga (Hawaiian/ Maori protocol), morning tea, registration
9.30am Session 1 Aunty Vernice Wineera and Aunty Alice Unawai in conversation with Ana Christiansen (BYUH)
10.45am Panel 1: Toi T-Man Thompson (UHM) Marata Tamaira (ANU) Moana Nepia (AUT)
12 noon Kai
1pm Panel 2: Ao Hurihuri Kahala Johnson and Makana Kane (UHM) Michelle Erai (UCLA) Tureiti Rudolph (BYUH)
2.30 Panel 3: Matauranga Seamus FitzGerald (BYUH/PCC) Hayley Marama Cavino (Syr) Brendan Hokowhitu (Alberta)
3.45 Session 5 Raukura Roa & Alice Te Punga Somerville (UHM)
This symposium is free to attend.
IPL, English, Mānoa Campus