• Indigenous Language Print Culture: Colonial Discourses and Indigenous Agency 

    Paterson, Lachy
    The attached video presents a seminar given by Dr Lachy Paterson on 23/3/2010 to the Centre for Australian Indigenous Studies, Monash University as part of the Brown Paper Seminar Series. Te Tumu thanks Monash University ...
  • Māori "Conversion" to the Rule of Law and Nineteenth-Century Imperial Loyalties 

    Paterson, Lachy
    Missionaries were among the first Europeans to interact with the New Zealand Māori, bringing an evangelical message with a strict set of "laws" for Māori to follow. Māori, whose own religious beliefs required rigid observance ...
  • Print Culture and the Collective Māori Consciousness 

    Paterson, Lachy
    Although literacy and print were essential tools of the colonial project ultimately designed to ‘amalgamate’ Māori into the modern Pākehā-dominated world, ironically they also helped in the evolution of a collective Māori ...
  • Reweti Kohere's Model Village 

    Paterson, Lachy
    Rēweti Kōhere’s paper on a hypothetical model Māori village at a Te Aute College Students Association conference in 1897 encapsulated the Te Aute vision for a reformed Māori society. When editor of the Anglican newspaper, ...