Kīngitanga Day Celebration presentation (2016)

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Guest lecture at the Waikato University Kīngitanga Day Celebrations
The topic for this presentation was Mātauranga Māori and its relationship to the Vision Mātauranga Policy document. For those interested in a slightly controversial perspective on the Vision Mātauranga Policy, in this presentation I argue that at the time of the arrival of Captain James Cook (ca. 1769), the knowledge development traditions of our tūpuna (what I characterise as an indigenous Māori transdisciplinarity) were at least 236 years ahead of the latest methodological developments in western science.

Note: for your convenience, a copy of the VM Policy is available at this URL: http://www.mbie.govt.nz/info-services/science-innovation/pdf-library/vm-booklet.pdf

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