Revaluing raranga : weaving and women in Trans-Tasman Maori cultural discourses
Raranga is a generic label for diverse forms of Maori weaving, primarily, though not exclusively undertaken by Maori women. Like other forms of Maori cultural production, raranga has undergone dramatic changes since British colonisation of Aotearoa New Zealand in the first half of the 19th century, and consequent Maori trans-local, trans-regional and trans-national migrations. Such changes portray various, and at times contradictory, perspectives and values amongst Maori people responding...[Show more]
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