Hamuera Kahi

Lecturer in Maori and Indigenous StudiesHamuera Kahi

Ngāti Paoa / Tainui
Te Ao Marama 159


Research Interests

Research interests include the interface between Matauranga Maori/indigenous knowledge and science; Traditional Maori games and sports; Maori sports

Recent Publications

  • Scott A., Doughty C. and Kahi H. (2011) Having those conversations': The politics of risk in peer support practice. Health Sociology Review 20(2): 187-201.
  • Borell PJ. and Kahi HK. (2017) Sport, Leisure and Culture in Māori Society. In Spracklen K; Lashua B; Sharpe E; Swain S (Ed.), The Palgrave Handbook of Leisure Theory: 127-141.Palgrave Macmillan. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-56479-5_8.
  • Kahi HK. (2017) Heart of Dark(y)ness:? Negotiating race and racism in New Zealand rugby: Club rugby players talk rugby. Christchurch. University of Canterbury.
  • Hudson J. and Kahi H. (2022) Ngā Tohu Waiora — A framework to measure waiora. In Ngā Tohu Waiora — a framework to measure Waiora, Waiora Systems. Commissioned by Te Puni Kokiri.
  • McMeeking S., Kahi H. and Kururangi G. (2019) He Ara Waiora : background paper on the development and content of He Ara Waiora.Commissioned by Treasury.