Books

Katharina Rukstuhl (ed) | Maria Amoamo (ed) | Merata Kawharu (ed)
$14.99
This book brings together writing on the big questions about the role of Māori, tikanga and mātauranga in shaping science and technological innovation.... [+]
Tom Doig (ed)
$14.99
If much of the world can work together to beat a deadly pandemic, imagine what might happen if we turned our collective energy to tackling the climate crisis.... [+]
Philip S. Morrison
$14.99
Where we live impacts our wellbeing – and so is a crucial element in public policy. The relationship between subjective wellbeing and place is not well understood, but it is vitally important. This ... [+]
Claudia Orange
This fully revised and updated edition brings the Treaty’s history to life with a richly informative narrative and a wonderful range of photographs, maps and illustrations. ... [+]
Paul Tapsell
$14.99
This book calls for political action: the urgent need for a ‘lighthouse of understanding’ – Pou Mārama – in which the Crown’s agricultural research realigns itself with tikanga and works... [+]
Hirini Kaa
$59.99
This ground-breaking book explores the birth, growth, struggles and ongoing life of Te Hāhi Mihinare – the Māori Anglican Church.... [+]
Sarah Bennett (ed)
$14.99
In this urgent collection of essays, nine authors outline their vision for sustainable tourism in Aotearoa - the barriers to achieving a tourism 'reset' and how they can be overcome.... [+]
Melani Anae
$14.99
In a book that is both deeply personal and highly political, Melani Anae recalls the radical activism of Auckland’s Polynesian Panthers – the movement modelled on the US Black Panther Party ‘but... [+]
Alison Jones
$39.99
Every Pākehā becomes a Pākehā in their own way, finding their own meaning for that Māori word. This is the story of what it means to me.... [+]
Nina Hall (ed)
$14.99
New Zealand looks out to a turbulent world. The contributors to this BWB Text ask that we fundamentally rethink New Zealand's global role and develop bold new ideas.... [+]

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