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The island broken in two halves : land and renewal movements among the Māori of New Zealand

Author: Jean Elizabeth Rosenfeld
Publisher: University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, 1999.
Series: Hermeneutics, studies in the history of religions (University Park, Pa.)
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Why should anyone outside New Zealand be interested in Maori history? Because it is rich in documents that recapitulate five hundred years of European imperial expansion and the responses to it by indigenous peoples. British humanitarians tried to avoid in New Zealand the tragic mistakes the Crown made in Australia, where aboriginal tribes were nearly exterminated in some cases and severely marginalized in others."  Read more...
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Rosenfeld, Jean Elizabeth, 1940-
Island broken in two halves.
University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, ©1999
(OCoLC)649920184
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Elizabeth Rosenfeld
ISBN: 0271018526 9780271018522
OCLC Number: 39045227
Description: [xii], 323 p. ill., map ; 24 cm.
Contents: Christianity and colonization: the Pakeha myth --
Myth and land --
Fatal impact versus positive adaptation --
Holding fast to the land --
"It all started at Waitara" --
Kotahitanga and the king movement --
Mana o te whenua: power over the land --
The descent into war --
Why the prophets rose up --
Korero --
Pai Marire: a complex creation --
Hauhau: the Pakeha view --
The shift in Maori leadership --
The symbolism of the center --
The language of Pai Marire --
Ringatu: problems of historiography --
Te Koot: Maui and moses --
Matawhero --
Raupatu: land confiscation --
Urerwera, people and forest --
The Ringatu Messiah: Rua Kenana --
Maungapohatu is the mountain, Rua is the man --
A Maori zion.
Series Title: Hermeneutics, studies in the history of religions (University Park, Pa.)
Responsibility: Jean E. Rosenfeld.
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A treatment of the effects of enforced alienation from the land upon a particular people. It examines how the British enterprise of colonization and Christianization stimulated the formation of Maori  Read more...

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"Overall, Rosenfeld's patient research and reflective hermeneutics make this a remarkable contribution and the most stimulating and insightful study of these Maori movements thus far."--Garry W. Read more...

 
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