Title

A "happy blending'? Maori networks, anthrolpology and 'Native' policy in New Zealand, the Pacific and beyond

RIS ID

95880

Publication Details

Carey, J. L. (2014). A "happy blending'? Maori networks, anthrolpology and 'Native' policy in New Zealand, the Pacific and beyond. In J. L. Carey and J. Lydon (Eds.), Indigenous Networks: Mobility, Connections and Exchange (pp. 184-215). New York: Routledge. https://www.123library.org/ebook/id/135329/

Additional Publication Information

ISBN: 9781317659327

Abstract

Concluding the 1949 edition of his book, The Coming of the Maori, Te Rangihiroa, anthropologist and director of the Bishop Museum in Hawaii, reflected on the future prospects for his people and reiterated the beliefs which had shaped his medical, political and anthropological work over more than fiftty years:

The future of the Maori people is to be neither extinction..............

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