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Panguru and the City Kainga Tahi, Kainga Rua
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Melissa Matutina Williams (Te Rarawa, Ngati Maru) teaches history at the University of Auckland. Based on her PhD research, 'Panguru and the City: He Kainga Rua' draws on the oral narratives of the Te Rarawa people who joined with many other Maori in mid-twentieth century migrations to Aotearoa New Zealand's cities. Melissa Williams' scholarship has been acknowledged with honours and awards including the Kate Edger Educational Charitable Trust / Dame Joan Metge Post- Doctoral Research Award and a Copyright Licensing New Zealand Writers' Award. She has published and presented a number of papers in the field of indigenous studies, in Aotearoa New Zealand and internationally.

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