Te Kai a te Rangatira : leadership from the Māori world / editors Rawiri J. Tapiata, Renee Smith & Marcus Akuhata-Brown.

Contributor(s): Tapiata, Rawiri J [editor.] | Smith, Renee [editor.] | Akuhata-Brown, Marcus [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington : Rawiri J. Tapiata, Renee Smith & Marcus Akuhata-Brown with Bridget Williams Books, 2020Description: 456 pages : colour illustrations, portraits ; 28 x 23 cm.ISBN: 1988587735; 9781988587738.Subject(s): LEADERSHIP | MĀORI | BIOGRAPHIES | NEW ZEALANDHoldings: GRETA POINT: 005.322:316.46 TEK
Contents:
Wāhanga kōrero = Foreword / Te Heuheu Tukino VII -- Kupu arataki = Introduction -- James Wharehuia Milne -- Arthur Adlam -- Tui Ah Loo -- Pem Bird -- Whirimako Black -- Rauru Broughton -- Peter Butler -- Ngaropi Cameron -- Jono Campbell -- Sam Chapman -- Kate Cherrington & Bentham Ohia -- Judy Clifford-Waititi -- Charlie Crofts -- Toby Curtis -- Lou Davis & Sharon Davis -- Hinetu Dell -- Cathy Dewes -- Campbell Dewes -- Mason Durie -- Edward Ellison -- Moana Eruera -- Te Ururoa Flavell -- Clive Fugill -- Rikirangi Gage -- Patricia Grace -- Hilda Halkyard-Harawira & Hone Harawira -- Joe Harawira -- Raewyn Harris, Eleanor Murphy & Khyla Russell -- Te Ripowai Higgins -- Ruakere Hond -- Amohaere Houkamau & Selwyn Parata -- Ngamoni Huata -- Liz Hunkin -- Tame Iti -- Moana Jackson -- Willie Jackson -- Peter-Lucas Jones -- Erena Kara -- Timoti Kāretu -- Tiahuia Kawe-Small -- Pane Kawhia -- Kirimaaku Kihi -- Kristen Kohere-Soutar & Barry Souter -- Derek Lardelli -- Cazna Luke & Lee Luke -- Tipa Mahuta -- Taitimu Maipi -- Zack Makoare -- Rangi Matamua -- Tutata Matatahi -- Tuahinekore Matthews -- Moe Milne -- Te Ariki Mōrehu -- Taipari Munro -- Tina Ngata -- Wayne Ngata -- Tipene O'Regan -- Hana O'Regan -- Ani Pahuru-Huriwai -- Rahui Papa -- Rose Pere -- Alva Pomare -- Tuihana Pook -- Rita Powick -- Aroha Reriti-Crofts -- Poia Rewi -- Tom Roa -- Fayne Robinson -- Rob Ruha -- Karl Russell -- Eugene Ryder & Sheree Ryder -- Leonie Simpson -- Tuatini Sinnott -- Graham Smith -- Linda Tuhiwai-Smith -- Mark Solomon -- Miriana Stephens -- Hemi Sundgren -- Annette Sykes -- Tahi Takao -- Aroaro Tamati & Howie Tamati -- John Tamihere -- Iritana Tawhiwhirangi -- Barney Thomas -- Bubba Thompson -- Esther Tinirau -- Kōtuku Tomoana -- Nancy Tuaine -- Tariana Turia -- Waaka Vercoe -- Walton Walker -- Wharehoka Wano -- Puna Wano-Bryant -- Dean Whaanga -- Koa Whitau-Kean -- Haare Williams -- Joe Williams -- Kaa Williams & Tāwhirimātea Williams -- Che Wilson -- Kim Workman -- Rawiri Wright & Renee Wright -- Nga haurongo = Biographies -- He mihi = Acknowledgements -- Publication & editorial notes.
Summary: "...represents the collective effort of over thirty rangatahi who interviewed more than one hundred Māori spanning the length and breadth of Aotearoa...it explores the origins and values of Māori leadership, as well as the life experiences that nurture rangatira across different rohe, iwi and hapū. This landmark book honours the words of kaikōrero in both te reo Māori and English, and is accompanied by superb portrait photography..."--Book jacket.
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"The words in this book come from interviews conducted between December 2017 and February 2020. Many were completely in te reo Māori, others completely in English, and some in both languages. To reflect the preferences of kaikōrero, none have been translated. Dialectical preferences have also been retained..."--Colophon.

Wāhanga kōrero = Foreword / Te Heuheu Tukino VII -- Kupu arataki = Introduction -- James Wharehuia Milne -- Arthur Adlam -- Tui Ah Loo -- Pem Bird -- Whirimako Black -- Rauru Broughton -- Peter Butler -- Ngaropi Cameron -- Jono Campbell -- Sam Chapman -- Kate Cherrington & Bentham Ohia -- Judy Clifford-Waititi -- Charlie Crofts -- Toby Curtis -- Lou Davis & Sharon Davis -- Hinetu Dell -- Cathy Dewes -- Campbell Dewes -- Mason Durie -- Edward Ellison -- Moana Eruera -- Te Ururoa Flavell -- Clive Fugill -- Rikirangi Gage -- Patricia Grace -- Hilda Halkyard-Harawira & Hone Harawira -- Joe Harawira -- Raewyn Harris, Eleanor Murphy & Khyla Russell -- Te Ripowai Higgins -- Ruakere Hond -- Amohaere Houkamau & Selwyn Parata -- Ngamoni Huata -- Liz Hunkin -- Tame Iti -- Moana Jackson -- Willie Jackson -- Peter-Lucas Jones -- Erena Kara -- Timoti Kāretu -- Tiahuia Kawe-Small -- Pane Kawhia -- Kirimaaku Kihi -- Kristen Kohere-Soutar & Barry Souter -- Derek Lardelli -- Cazna Luke & Lee Luke -- Tipa Mahuta -- Taitimu Maipi -- Zack Makoare -- Rangi Matamua -- Tutata Matatahi -- Tuahinekore Matthews -- Moe Milne -- Te Ariki Mōrehu -- Taipari Munro -- Tina Ngata -- Wayne Ngata -- Tipene O'Regan -- Hana O'Regan -- Ani Pahuru-Huriwai -- Rahui Papa -- Rose Pere -- Alva Pomare -- Tuihana Pook -- Rita Powick -- Aroha Reriti-Crofts -- Poia Rewi -- Tom Roa -- Fayne Robinson -- Rob Ruha -- Karl Russell -- Eugene Ryder & Sheree Ryder -- Leonie Simpson -- Tuatini Sinnott -- Graham Smith -- Linda Tuhiwai-Smith -- Mark Solomon -- Miriana Stephens -- Hemi Sundgren -- Annette Sykes -- Tahi Takao -- Aroaro Tamati & Howie Tamati -- John Tamihere -- Iritana Tawhiwhirangi -- Barney Thomas -- Bubba Thompson -- Esther Tinirau -- Kōtuku Tomoana -- Nancy Tuaine -- Tariana Turia -- Waaka Vercoe -- Walton Walker -- Wharehoka Wano -- Puna Wano-Bryant -- Dean Whaanga -- Koa Whitau-Kean -- Haare Williams -- Joe Williams -- Kaa Williams & Tāwhirimātea Williams -- Che Wilson -- Kim Workman -- Rawiri Wright & Renee Wright -- Nga haurongo = Biographies -- He mihi = Acknowledgements -- Publication & editorial notes.

"...represents the collective effort of over thirty rangatahi who interviewed more than one hundred Māori spanning the length and breadth of Aotearoa...it explores the origins and values of Māori leadership, as well as the life experiences that nurture rangatira across different rohe, iwi and hapū. This landmark book honours the words of kaikōrero in both te reo Māori and English, and is accompanied by superb portrait photography..."--Book jacket.

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