Growing up Māori /Publication details: Auckland : Tandem Press, 1998.Description: 296 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmISBN:
- DU422.8 .G76 1998
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"Story of how Māori have responded to Pākehā colonisation since the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840 ... their histories and their experiences"--Introd.
The way it used to be / by Makereti -- When goblins came to Whitianga / by Te Horeta Te Taniwha -- Ngä Tohu whenua / by Robert Sullivan -- Titiro, moko! Whakarongo, moko! / by Iranui Haig -- Two worlds / by Patricia Grace -- Us kids / by Margie Hohepa -- Eldest son / by Tom Smiler Junior -- He whare tangata: he whare kura? (What's happening to our Mäori girls?) / by Ngahuia Te Awekotuku -- The rhythm of life / by Te Kui -- Three women / by Deirdre Nehua -- My beginnings / by Mihi Edwards -- It's all that haka in the kümara patch / by Hone Kaa -- Taura / by Waerete Norman -- Dad, Mum and Ruatähuna / by Sir Howard Morrison -- First things first / by Donna Awatere Huata -- My mother fashioned me / by Sir Paul Reeves -- To find a place nearer the sun / by Ripeka Evans -- When Päkehä were Mäori / by Whakahuihui Vercoe -- Wanting the stars to play with / by J C Sturm -- Murihiku is in my blood / by Reina Whaitiri -- A biography / by Robert Sullivan -- Body parts / by Phil Kawana -- Snapshots from a boyhood album / by Moana Jackson -- Fair skinned, blue eyed / by Makere Harawira -- Tïhei mauri ora / by Apirana Taylor -- The politics of contemporary identity / by Jenny Te Paa -- Post-modern Mäori / by Anton Blank -- Growing up half-caste / by Alan Duff -- Finding a place in the world / by Clive Aspin -- Made in Hamilton / by Joanna Paul -- Ko taku whakaohonga / by Andrew Vercoe -- My name helped me grow / by Riwia Brown -- Excuse me while I kiss the sky / by Mike Smith -- None of us is what our tüpuna were: when 'growing up Päkeha' is 'growing up Mäori' / by Jacq Carter -- Bunga in a bucket / by Mika -- He iti taku iti / by Tainui Stephens -- An existence in history / by Irihapeti Ramsden -- Waka 46 / by Robert Sullivan.
A unique insight into childhood stories from early this century through to recent times; from the country and, increasingly from the city; from those whoc had a totally Maori identity to those brought up in an almost completely Pakeha environment. In their own worlds, the contributers express feelings ranging from happiness to, in come cases, torment, of being Maori in a predominantly European environment.