Terra in our Mist: A Tuhoe Narrative of Sovereignty and State Violence
This thesis examines the relationship between Indigenous sovereignty and state violence in the Aotearoa New Zealand context. To do so, I explore the following argument. The settler colonial state is founded upon the perpetual negation of Indigenous sovereignties, their peoples, and ways of life. This process is necessarily on-going: despite significant efforts at extermination, Indigenous peoples have survived - albeit on terms dictated by the state. Ngai Tuhoe, the illustrious 'people of the...[Show more]
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