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Distinguished Professor Hingangaroa Smith

Te Toi Ihorei ki Purehuroa


Research Outputs


Mika, JP., Smith, GH., Gillies, A., & Wiremu, F. (2019). Unfolding tensions within post-settlement governance and tribal economies in Aotearoa New Zealand. Journal of Enterprising Communities. 13(3), 296-318
[Journal article]Authored by: Smith, G.
Smith, G., Hoskins, TK., & Jones, A. (2012). Interview Kaupapa maori: The dangers of domestication. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies. 47(2), 10-20
[Journal article]Authored by: Smith, G.
Smith, LT., Smith, GH., Boler, M., Kempton, M., Ormond, A., Chueh, HC., . . . Waetford, R. (2002). "Do you guys hate Aucklanders too?" Youth: Voicing difference from the rural heartland. Journal of Rural Studies. 18(2), 169-178
[Journal article]Authored by: Smith, G.
Fitzsimons, P., & Smith, G. (2000). Philosophy and indigenous cultural transformation. Educational Philosophy and Theory. 32(1), 25-41
[Journal article]Authored by: Smith, G.
Hohepa, M., Smith, GH., Smith, LT., & McNaughton, S. (1992). Te Kohanga Reo Hei Tikanga Ako i te Reo Maori: Te Kohanga Reo as a context for language learning. Educational Psychology. 12(3-4), 333-346
[Journal article]Authored by: Smith, G.


Hapeta, J., Evans, JR., & Smith, GH. (2021). Ako and indigenous athletes: Kaupapa māori principles and game sense pedagogy. In Game Sense for Teaching and Coaching: International Perspectives. (pp. 84 - 95).
[Chapter]Authored by: Smith, G.
Smith, GH., & Litt, D.(2017). Preface.
[Authored Book]Authored by: Smith, G.
Smith, GH. (2017). Kura Kaupapa Maori: Contesting and reclaiming education in Aotearoa. In Education and Cultural Differences: New Perspectives. (pp. 89 - 108).
[Chapter]Authored by: Smith, G.
Smith, GH., & Rapatahana, V. (2012). English Language as Nemesis for Māori. In English Language as Hydra: Its Impacts on Non-English Language Cultures. (pp. 76 - 103).
[Chapter]Authored by: Smith, G.
Smith, GH. (2012). The politics of reforming maori education: The transforming potential of Kura Kaupapa Maori. In Towards Successful Schooling. (pp. 73 - 88).
[Chapter]Authored by: Smith, G.

Teaching and Supervision

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Co-supervisor 6 0

Current Doctoral Supervision

Co-supervisor of:

  • Debbie Packer - Doctor of Philosophy
    The faces of racism and patterns of discrimination experienced by Maori
  • Danielle Hodson - Doctor of Philosophy
    What would authentic Te Tiriti O Waitangi partnerships look like in an educational institution?
  • Courtney Hayward - Doctor of Philosophy
    How do communities within a rural town realise their aspirations through Te Tiriti partnerships and what are the impacts for Māori?
  • Jamie Smiler - Doctor of Philosophy
    An examination of the experiences of Maori leaders working within State Services. A crisis of Power?
  • Frances White - Doctor of Philosophy
    Mai Mokau ki Titoki
  • Charlene Tipene - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder amongst school-aged children in New Zealand