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Associate Professor Rachael Rakena MFA, PGDipArts, BA, DFA

Associate Professor

School of Art

Professional

Qualifications

  • Master of Fine Arts (with Distinction) - Dunedin School of Art, Otago Polytechnic (2003)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Arts - University of Otago (1997)
  • Bachelor of Arts - University of Otago (1997)
  • Diploma in Fine Arts - Dunedin School of Art, Otago Polytechnic (1992)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

visual art, contemporary art, installation and video art, Māori visual culture, Ngāi Tahutanga, indigenous 

Thematics

Design – for Commerce, Community and Culture

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Fine Arts (incl. Sculpture and Painting) (190502): Lens-based Practice (190503): Performance and Installation Art (190504): Studies In Creative Arts And Writing (190000): Visual Arts and Crafts (190500)

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
Project Leader 0 2

Research Outputs

Book

Hutchison, A., Rakena, RM., & Graham, B. (2007). 'Introduction' and later republished and renamed, 'Ka riro he au heke, e kore e hoki ki tona matapuna ano: the current never returns to its source'. In Aniwaniwa. Venice, Italy
[Chapter]Authored by: Rakena, R.

Creative Work

Rakena, R., & Witehira, J. (2019) Disrupted Symmetries. [Exhibition] [corrugated iron, projected video with sound; 8m x 5m x 3m]
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, R., & Spitzer, K. (2018) Taitara Kore. [Exhibition] [Archival pigment print on Hahnemuhle 308 from scanned tintype and digital colour image, 44” x 55"] Tairāwhiti Museum, Gisborne, NZ 8 Dec 2018 - 10 Mar 2019
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2017) Te Karakia o Mahoranuiatea. [Exhibition] [Single-channel HD video projection, 14 min]. Curated by Reuben Friend. Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada. 1 Dec 2017 - 20 Jan 2018
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., Pohio, N., & Paemanu, . (2017) Takiroa, takinui, takitāwhiti, taki hotuhotu, takinoa e!. [Exhibition] [2-channel live-streaming video]. In Paemanu: Nohoaka Toi Ngāi Tahu Artists in Residence. Toi Moroki Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch, New Zealand: 8 Sep 2017 - 26 Nov 2017
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., Hemera, R., Wilkinson, A., Kaan, S., Hutchinson, L., Pohio, N., . . . Jarden, K. (2017). Paemanu: Nohoaka Toi Ngāi Tahu Artists in Residence. [Exhibition Curation]. CoCA, Toi Moroki Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch, New Zealand. 8 September - 26 November 2017.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, R., & Rakena, H. (2017) Everything between you and me. [Exhibition] [Ceramic and HD projected video installation with sound]. In InDigiNous Aotearoa: Virtual Histories / Augmented Futures, curated by Reuben Friend. Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2017). Waiata o Te Pō. (No. of Pieces: 1) [Video Installation - 3 x HD video projections with sound] Dunedin School of Art Gallery, Dunedin, New Zealand. 1 -8 June 2017.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Rakena, H. (2016) #everythingbetweenyouandme. [Exhibition] [2-channel HD video, TV monitors, clay]. In Whenua Hou: New Māori Ceramics. Curated by Karl Chitham and Kim Paton. Tauranga, New Zealand: Tauranga Art Gallery, 29 Oct 2016 - 29 Jan 2017
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2016, October 1). Te Ia Tangata. (No. of Pieces: 20+) [Installation - HD video, TV monitors, cable ties, cable, foam, paint]. In SCAPE Public Art 2016: Presence, curated by Prof. Heather Galbraith. Christchurch, New Zealand. 1 October -12 November 2016.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2015) Ka puna te wai, ko te kāwai puna. [Exhibition] [Video work] In Pacifique (S) Contemporein, curated by Dr Jaqueline Charles Rault and Dr Caroline Vercoe. La Forme and Portique Espace D'Art Contemporain, Le Havre and Rouen, France
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2014) He waipuna, he tūpuna, he mokopuna 00:00:00:01. [Exhibition] [Photographic Print - Archival pigment ink on Hahnemuhle PhotoRag]. In Toi Maori Art Market, Curated by Ngatai Taepa. TSB Arena, Wellington, New Zealand, 13 Nov - 16 Nov 2014
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2014) Te Pō Nui. [Exhibition] [2-channel HD video]. In Auckland Festival of Photography, Curated by Suzanne Tamaki. Nathan Homestead Manurewa Art Centre, Auckland, New Zealand. 23 May 2014 - 15 Jun 2014
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2013) I ruia mai i Rangiatea. [Exhibition] [Site-specific projected HD video installation, 3min loop]. LUX International Light Festival, curated by Prof. Chris Bennewith. Wellington, New Zealand. 21 - 24 Jun 2013
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2012) Haka. [Exhibition] [Video installation, 2 x HD video with individual soundtracks] Performed by Tame Iti and Selwyn Parata. In Contact: Artists from Aotearoa New Zealand. Frankfurter Kunstverein, Germany
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2011, October). Maori Art Market 2011. Te Rauparaha Events Centre, Wellington, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2011, November). Poutereraki. (No. of Pieces: 5 + installation peices) Bartley and Company Art Gallery, Wellington.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2011, September 14). Uncontainable {second nature}. (No. of Pieces: 1) Cumhuriyet At Gallery, Taksim Square, Istanbul, Turkey.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2011, August 6). Oceania. (No. of Pieces: 3) [HD video]. City Gallery, Wellington, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2011, September 10). Back in Black. (No. of Pieces: 3) Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Dunedin, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2011, September 10). Wahine. (No. of Pieces: 1) [HD video]. Thermostat Gallery, Palmerston North, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2011, September 9). Haka Peepshow. [3D video and]. Octagon, Dunedin, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., Fa'anana, F., & Fuata, B. (2010, March 6). Pacific Washup. (No. of Pieces: 1) Tauranga Art Gallery, Tauranga, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2010). Txt: the written word in New Zealand art. (No. of Pieces: 1) Te Manawa, Palmerston North.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2010, November 27). Wheke. Rapaki Marae.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Graham, B. (2009, March 20). Aniwaniwa. The Barn, Rosny Farm, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2009, May). Te Karaka ki Te Tai o Arai-Te-Uru. (No. of Pieces: 1) Temple Gallery, Dunedin, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2009, May 19). He Waiata Whaiaipo. (No. of Pieces: 3) Bartley + Company Art Gallery, Wellington, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Graham, B. (2009, August 22). AC/DC: The Art of Power. The Gus Fisher Gallery, Auckland, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., Fa'anana, F., & Fuata, B. (2009, October 5). FEEDFORWARD: The Angel of History / El angel de la Historia. (No. of Pieces: 1) LABoral Centre for Art and Industrial Creation, Gijon, Spain.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2009, October 7). Mua ki Muri: Intergenerational Creativity. (No. of Pieces: 3) Pataka Museum of Arts and Culture, Porirua, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., Fa'anana, F., & Fuata, B. (2008, March 25). Video Ground: Recent moving image work from Australia and Aotearoa / New Zealand. (No. of Pieces: 1) Bangkok Experimental Film Festival, Chicago Film Studies Centre at the University of Chicago.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2008, May 16). World Histories. (No. of Pieces: 1) Des Moines Art Center.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., Fuata, B., & Fa'anana, F. (2008, September 6). Busan Biennale. (No. of Pieces: 1) Busan Biennale, Busan, Korea.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Graham, B. (2008, September 27). Aniwaniwa. Waikato Museum, Hamilton, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Graham, B. (2008, February 23). Aniwaniwa. City Gallery Wellington, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2008, June 1). Dateline Return. (No. of Pieces: 2) Govett-Brewster, New Plymouth, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Graham, B. (2008, August 22). He Puna Manawa. Thermostat Gallery, Palmerston North, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2007, August 29). Face Value: Video Portraiture from the Pacific. (No. of Pieces: 1) New Zealand Portrait Gallery, Shed 11, Wellington.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., Graham, B., Fa'anana, F., & Fuata, B. (2007, February). Telecom Prospect 2007: New Art New Zealand. (No. of Pieces: 16) City Gallery Wellington, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Graham, B. (2007, January). UFOB. (No. of Pieces: 15) Te Tuhi: Centre for the Arts, Auckland.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., Fa'anana, F., & Fuata, B. (2007, September 8). Dateline: Contemporary Art from the Pacific. (No. of Pieces: 1) Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin, Germany.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Graham, B. (2006, September 16). Aniwaniwa #1. (No. of Pieces: 3) [mixed media]. Te Manawa Art Gallery, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM.(2006). The Ngai Tahu Creation Story. [HD video (3d animation)]. Included in 'Mō Tātou: The Ngāi Tahu Whānui exhibition', Te Papa, Wellington,: Te Papa Tongarewa
[Film or Video]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., Fuata, B., & Fa'anana, F. (2006, January). PLAY: Portraiture and Performance in Recent Video Art from Australasia. (No. of Pieces: 1) Adam Art Gallery, Wellington, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2006, October 8). Goliath. (No. of Pieces: 1) City Gallery, Wellington, NZ.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Rakena, O. (2006, February 24). Learning from the Knee. (No. of Pieces: 1) Burrinja Community Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., Adams, K., & Venis, J. (2006, November 3). Oriori. (No. of Pieces: 1) Auckland Art Gallery.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2006, August 7). ZeroOne: A Global Festival of Art on the Edge. (No. of Pieces: 2) International Symposium of Electronic Arts 2006, San Jose.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2006, July 8). Mō Tātou: The Ngāi Tahu Whānui exhibition. (No. of Pieces: 1) Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand, Wellington.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., Fuata, B., & Fa'anana, F. (2006, February 14). HIGH TIDE new currents in art from Australia and New Zealand. (No. of Pieces: 1) Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, Poland; The Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, O., Rakena, RM., & Rakena, H. (2005, July 20). Taonga Whanau. SOFA Gallery,.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2005, July 15). 'Iwidotnz 008' in Parallel Practices: Biculturalism in Contemporary Art. Hawke's Bay Exhibition Centre..
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2005, April 15). '...as an individual and not under the name of Ngai Tahu' in Face Value: video portraiture from the Pacific. Ivan Dougherty Gallery and Museum of Brisbane,.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2005, December 1). 'Mihi Aroha' # 5 in Place, Ground, Practice. St. Paul Street Gallery,.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., Fuata, B., & Fa'anana, F. (2005, October 15). Pacific Washup. Adam Art Gallery.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2005, October 17). 'Rerehiko' # 3 in L'Art urbain du Pacifique.. Salle Jean Despas,.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2005, April 8). 'Iwidotnz 008' in Manawa taki: The pulsing heart.. Michael Hirschfeld Gallery, City Gallery Wellington,.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2005, February 5). Rerehiko.. The Dowse Art Museum,.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Rakena, O. (2004, May 11). Hei Koha Tu. SnowWhite Gallery,.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Whaitiri, K. (2004, September 1). 'Ahakoa he iti...'. Cathedral Square,.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2004, April 29). 'Mihi Aroha' # 4 in Medienwechsel 3 die Ausstellung: ''The Green House''.. City Quartier Frankfurter Weller..
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2004, February 13). 'Iwidotnz 005' & 'Iwidotnz 006' in He Rere Kee - Taking Flight. Tinakori Gallery.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2004, February 13). 'Iwidotnz'. Marshall Seifert Gallery..
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2004, March 14). 'Mihi Aroha' # 1 in Whare. National Aboriginal Cultural Institute - Tandanya Gallery.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2004, April 29). 'Rerehiko' # 2 in Medienwechsel 3 die Ausstellung: ''The Green House''.. City Quartier Frankfurter Welle..
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2003, July 27). '...as an individual and not under the name of Ngai Tahu' in MFA Otago.. The Lane Gallery,.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2003, May 10). 'Rerehiko' # 1 in Te Puawai O Ngai Tahu. Christchurch Art Gallery.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2003, September 23). 'Water: Our Space'. Hocken Library Gallery..
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., Fa'anana, F., & Fuata, B. (2003, November 20). Pacific Washup. Performance Space.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2003, September 5). 'Rerehiko' # 1 in Traffic - Crossing Currents in Indigenous Photomedia.. Australian Centre for Photography,.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Bryant, L. (2002). turanga # 2.
[Performance]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Bryant, L. (2002). turanga # 4.
[Performance]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2002, March 27). 'Mihi Aroha' # 1 in Whare. SOFA Gallery,.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2001, September 28). '...as an individual and not under the name of Ngai Tahu' in Techno Maori: Maori Art in the Digital Age.. City Gallery Wellington and Pataka, Porirua Museum of Arts,.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Bryant, L. (2001). turanga # 1.
[Performance]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., Gray, M., Clarkin, J., & Parmenter, M. (2001). Wild Civility. Wellington, New Zealand
[Performance]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2001, July 18). '.....as an individual and not under the name of Ngai Tahu' in Haumi e! Hui e! Taiki e! (Draw together, affirm).. SOFA Gallery,.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Bryant, L. (2001, September 28). turanga # 3. Wellington City Art Gallery.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM.Koha Series. [Exhibition] Thermostat Gallery, Palmerston North, New Zealand
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM.Rerehiko (New Zealand Container). [Exhibition] South Hall, San Jose, California, USA
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM.Wahangu. [Exhibition] Te Rauparaha Events Centre, Wellington, New Zealand (6 Oct - 9 Oct 2011)
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM.Pacific Flower (series of 4 digital prints). [Exhibition] Govett-Brewster, New Plymouth, New Zealand
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM.Poutereraki. [Exhibition] Bartley + Company Art Gallery, Wellington
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM.'Maui tikitiki a Tauranga' and 'He Wai Po'. [Exhibition] Bartley + Company Art Gallery, Wellington
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM.So many men under the bridge. [Exhibition] Bartley + Company Art Gallery, Wellington
[Artwork]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM.Toioho ki Mangere. Mangere Arts Centre - Ngā Tohu o Uenuku, Auckland.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM.Pasifika Styles. Archaeology and Anthropology.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM.Te Ahua Hiko / Ngai Tahu Creation Story. Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand 2006-8; Canterbury Museum, Southland Museum, Otago Museum.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Rakena, R.

Thesis

Rakena, RM. (2003). Toi Rerehiko: This research project claims and names digital arts for Maori, by centring the concepts of 'space between', 'fluidity', 'immersion' and 'continuum' within a Maori paradigm.. (Master's Thesis, Otago Polytechnic School of Art)
[Masters Thesis]Authored by: Rakena, R.

Conference

Rakena, RM., Friend, R., Witehira, J., Taepa, K., & Warren, D. (2017, November). InDigiNous Aotearoa: Virtual Histories, Augmented Futures. Presented at Initiative for Indigenous Futures - 3rd Annual Symposium on the Future Imaginary. Winnipeg Art Gallery, Canada.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2015, May). He Waka Toi. Presented at A Celebration of Te Tumu Success: Te Tumu 25th Anniversary Symposium. Hosted by Te Tumu: School of Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Studies, University of Otago. Hutton Theatre, Otago Museum, Dunedin, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2013, August). Toi Rerehiko: innovative art practice. Presented at Te Taunga Waka: The Asia Pacific Symposium for Cultures-Based Innovation. Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiarangi, Whakatane, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2013, June). Ko te Pō, ko te Ao. Presented at WTGN LUX Symposium: Te Ao Mārama. City Gallery Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2012, November). Digital Māori Art. Presented at Contemporary Māori Visual Arts Seminar. Te Manawa Museum of Art, Science and History, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2010, August). Rachael Rakena: recent work. Presented at Dunedin School of Art Public Seminar Programme. Dunedin School of Art, Dunedin.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2010, October). What is the point of being a video artist? I could have been an All Black: Contributing to Maori development through contemporary art.. Presented at College of Humanities and Social Sciences 2010 Lecture Series. Te Putahi a Toi Maori Studies Building, Massey University.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Graham, B. (2009, March). Aniwaniwa: Submersion and cultural loss. Presented at Art Forum, Ten Days on an Island, International Arts Festival. Tasmanian School of Art, Hobart, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2009, November). He Waiata Rerehiko: context and meaning. Presented at World Music Days: International Symposium and Festival Dialogue in Music. Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing, China.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Rakena, R.

Other

Te Whaiti, R., & Rakena, R. (2017, September). Panel discussion with Paemanu - Ngāi Tahu Artists Collective in residence at Centre of Contemporary Art (CoCA), Christchurch, NZ about exhibition Paemanu: Nohoaka Toi.. Presented at Centre of Contemporary Art (CoCA), Christchurch, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Rakena, R., Te Whaiti, R.
Rakena, RM., Tamaki, S., & Hudson, S. (2015, May). Mata Waka Artist Floor talk. Presented at Nathan Homestead, Manurewa, Auckland. : Auckland Festival of Photography.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM. (2008, May). Toi Rerehiko. Presented at Des Moine, Iowa, USA. : Des Moine Art Centre.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Graham, B.Tales of Venice: Aniwaniwa te hokinga mai. Presented at City Gallery Auditorium, Wellington, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Hutchison, A., Rakena, RM., & Graham, B.Ka riro he au heke, e kore e hoki ki tona matapuna ano: the current never returns to its source.
[Other]Authored by: Rakena, R.
Rakena, RM., & Graham, B.Public Lecture.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Rakena, R.

Teaching and Supervision

Courses Coordinated