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He rau murimuri aroha : wāhine Māori insights into historical trauma and healing edited by Cherryl Smith and Rāwiri Tinirau

Contributor(s): Smith, Cherryl [Editor] | Tinirau, Rāwiri [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Whanganui, New Zealand : Te Atawhai o Te Ao: Independent Māori Institute for Environment & Health, 2019Description: electronic document (72 pages) ; PDF file.ISBN: 978 - 0 - 473 - 46780 - 7.Subject(s): COLONISATION | CULTURAL ISSUES | He Kokonga Whare Research Programme | HEALING | HISTORICAL TRAUMA | INTERGENERATIONAL TRAUMA | MĀORI | MENTAL HEALTH | PRISONERS | TRAUMA | WELLBEING | WOMEN | HAUORA HINENGARO | KŌRERO NEHE | MAUHERE | ORA | PĀMAMAE | PĀMAMAE HEKE IHO | RANGAHAU MĀORI | RONGOĀ | TAIPŪWHENUATANGA | TIKANGA TUKU IHO | WĀHINEOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
He takinga kōrero: Foreword -- Ngā Kaituhi: Contributors -- He whakamārama mō He Rau Murimuri Aroha: Explanation of title and images -- Historical trauma, healing and well-being in Māori communities / Rebecca Wirihana and Cherryl Smith -- Raranga, raranga taku takapau: Healing intergenerational trauma through the assertion of mātauranga ūkaipō / Kirsten Gabel -- Mana kaitiakitanga: Mouri moko! Mouri wahine! Mouri ora! / Mera Penehira -- Holding space: Centering mana wahine ethics in historical trauma research / Hayley Cavino -- Narratives of suffering and hope: Historical trauma and contemporary rebuilding for Māori women with experiences of incarceration / Lily George and her team, Elaine Ngamu, Maria Sidwell, Mal Hauraki, Nikki Martin-Fletcher, Lucy Ripia, Rangi Davis, Poihaere Ratima and Hiki Wihongi -- Piki te ora healing: Autoethnography / Tarapuhi Vaeau
Summary: This book brings together contributions from Māori women scholars and writers who provide their experience and understandings relating to the emerging field of historical trauma and healing research. This book has been produced as part of the He Kokonga Whare Research Programme funded by the Health Research Council of New Zealand. (From the Foreword). Record #6212
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He takinga kōrero: Foreword -- Ngā Kaituhi: Contributors -- He whakamārama mō He Rau Murimuri Aroha:
Explanation of title and images -- Historical trauma, healing and well-being in Māori communities / Rebecca Wirihana and Cherryl Smith -- Raranga, raranga taku takapau: Healing intergenerational trauma through the
assertion of mātauranga ūkaipō / Kirsten Gabel -- Mana kaitiakitanga: Mouri moko! Mouri wahine! Mouri ora! /
Mera Penehira -- Holding space: Centering mana wahine ethics in historical trauma research / Hayley Cavino --
Narratives of suffering and hope: Historical trauma and contemporary rebuilding for Māori women with experiences of
incarceration / Lily George and her team, Elaine Ngamu, Maria Sidwell, Mal Hauraki, Nikki Martin-Fletcher, Lucy Ripia, Rangi Davis, Poihaere Ratima and Hiki Wihongi -- Piki te ora healing: Autoethnography / Tarapuhi Vaeau

This book brings together contributions from Māori women scholars and writers who provide their experience and
understandings relating to the emerging field of historical trauma and healing research. This book has been produced as part of the He Kokonga Whare Research Programme funded by the Health Research Council of New Zealand. (From the Foreword). Record #6212

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