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Complexity and Culture

Madi Williams

Madi Williams (University of Canterbury) researches the boundaries of history and the inclusion of Indigenous and non-Western perspectives into New Zealand/Aotearoa and South Pacific histories. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Polynesia, 900–1600

Arc Humanities Press, 2021

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... An Illustrated History, ed. Atholl Anderson, Judith Binney and Aroha Harris (Wellington: Bridget Williams, 2014), 105, 128.Atholl Anderson, “Emerging Societies, AD 1500–1800,” in Tangata Whenua: An Illustrated History, ed. Atholl Anderson, Judith...

Adaptation and Change

Madi Williams

Madi Williams (University of Canterbury) researches the boundaries of history and the inclusion of Indigenous and non-Western perspectives into New Zealand/Aotearoa and South Pacific histories. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Polynesia, 900–1600

Arc Humanities Press, 2021

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...Adaptation and change are pertinent themes in the history of South Polynesia, a history defined by its short time frame and a significant amount of change. The South Polynesian islands were empty of human habitation and required innovative...

Movement and Migration

Madi Williams

Madi Williams (University of Canterbury) researches the boundaries of history and the inclusion of Indigenous and non-Western perspectives into New Zealand/Aotearoa and South Pacific histories. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Polynesia, 900–1600

Arc Humanities Press, 2021

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... of voyage and discovery in world history” and have been compared to “modern space travel.”Vincent O’Malley, Haerenga: Early Māori Journeys Across the Globe (Wellington: Bridget Williams, 2015), 7. The traditional accounts of migration...