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Dr Lily George

Te Kapotai, Ngāti Hine, Ngāpuhi

Academic Details:

Qualifications:
Cert Social and Community Work: BA Social Science; BA Honours; PhD.

Position:
Post Doctoral Research Fellow: Erihapeti Rehu-Murchie Fellowship (Health Research Council of NZ

Department/School:
Research Centre for Māori Health & Development

Area of Expertise/Research:
Māori Development, Health and Wellbeing 

Research Bibliography (Major Publications):

Te Momo, F., George, L., & Pulu Brown, T. (Eds.). (2013). Mana ngākau: Community compassion – Māori and Pasifika ‘volunteer’ work. Albany, NZ: Pasifika Directorate & Office of AVC Māori & Pasifika, Massey University.

George, L. (2013). Te manawa pātukituki: Ordinary people and extraordinary commitment in the development of Awataha Marae. In F. Te Momo, L. George, & T. Brown Pulu (Eds.). Mana ngākau: Community compassion – Māori and Pasifika ‘volunteer’ work. Albany, NZ: Pasifika Directorate & Office of AVC Māori & Pasifika, Massey University.

George, L. (2012). Ka hao te rangatahi: Transformation and leadership in Māori society. Matariki, 1 (6), 59-94. Wellington, NZ: Te Mata o te Tau/Academy for Māori Research & Scholarship, Massey University.

George, L. (2012). Expressions of Māori multiplicity in (re)connection to ngā taonga tuku iho. Social identities: Journal for the study of race, nation and culture, 18 (4), 435-450. Link: : http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13504630.2012.673873

George, L. (2011). Ka hao te rangatahi: Transformation et leadership dans la sociètè māori [Transformation and leadership in Māori society]. Anthropologie et Societies, 35 (3), 167-188. University of Laval, Quebec.

George, L. (2011). Te manawa pātukituki o Awataha Marae: The development of Awataha Marae from 1961-2005. Auckland, NZ: Health Research Council.

George, L. (2010). The interweaving of people, time and place: Whakapapa as context and method. Pacific Studies, 33 (2/3): 241-258. Special issue: Genealogies: Articulating indigenous anthropology in/of Oceania.

George, L. (2010). Tradition, Invention and Innovation: Multiple Reflections of an Urban Marae. Doctoral Dissertation. Auckland, NZ: Massey University. Link: http://mro.massey.ac.nz/handle/10179/1251

George, L. (2010). Articulating the Intellectual Tūrangawaewae of an Indigenous Anthropologist. Conference proceedings of 2008 Māori Association of Social Scientists Conference. Auckland: MASS/NPoTM.

George, L., Allan, G., Barratt, M., Tatana, L., & Thompson, S. (2010). Cultural care as an integral component to Māori student success. Proceedings from 2009 ATLAANZ Conference. Auckland, NZ: Association of Tertiary Learning Advisors of Aotearoa New Zealand.

George, L. (2004). Different Music Same Dance: Te Taoū and the Treaty Claims Process. School of Social & Cultural Studies, Monograph Series. Auckland, NZ: Massey University.

Contact Details:



Address:
PO Box 4460
Kamo
Nothland 0141

Phone:
0272787405

E-mail:
L.George@massey.ac.nz

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