We are pleased to announce the publication of New Zealand Sociology Issue 37(1) 2022: Special Issue When Mana Whenua and Mana Moana Make Knowledge
This Special Issue has been guest edited by Sereana Naepi (Waipapa Taumata Rau/University of Auckland) and Simon Barber (Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo/University of Otago) who describe it as follows:
This issue showcases the transformational work being done by Māori and Pacific researchers within the social sciences. As Māori and Pacific ECRS ourselves we thought it was important to make space for these conversations and to make available research that is exemplary of the brilliant work being undertaken by our colleagues. We are excited by the power, creativity, and expansiveness expressed in the articles that make up this Issue.
We thank Sereana and Simon as well as all authors for their mahi and contributions and hope you enjoy reading the articles.
All articles in this issue will be available shortly through https://search.informit.org/loi/nzs/group/d2020.y2021.m5
The contents page is available here.
The full issue is available for all SAANZ members and will be distributed through the newsletter.