Waitangi Revisited : Perspectives on The Treaty of Waitangi (2nd edition 2005)

Author(s): Michael Belgrave, Merata Kawharu, David V. Williams

NZ Non-fiction | History

Since the publication of the first edition of this book in 1989, a great deal has changed although some of the themes and ideas relevant at the time endure. Among the new issues to emerge is the inclusion of the Treaty in a large range of legislation, greater recognition by the Crown of its duty to recognise the Treaty, and the transformation of the claims process. This new edition of Waitangi retains all the strengths of the original edition, whilst addressing new issues that have emerged during the 1990s and early twenty-first century.

Contents: FOREWORD BY HUW KAWHARU; 1. Introduction; 2. The Treaty of Waitangi and the Recognition of Tikanga Maori; 3. Waitangi and the Legal Systems of Aotearoa New Zealand: Conflict and Change; 4. Unique Treaty Based Relationships Remain Exclusive; 5. The Wait 262 Claim: A Claim by Maori to Indigenous Flora and Fauna: Me o Ratou Taonga Katoa; 6. Lands Under the Sea: Foreshore and Seabed; 7. A Short History of Post-Treaty Maori Customary Rights to Land; 8. From the Sideline; 9. Rangatiratanga and Social Policy; 10. The Treaty of Waitangi and Social Well Being: Justice, Representation, and Participation; 11. The Treaty in the Real Life of the Constitution; 12. Orakei; 13. Feast or Famine: Customary Fisheries Management in the Contemporary Tribal Society; 14. Recovering Fagin's Ill-Gotton Gains: Settling Ngati Kahu's Treaty of Waitangi Claims Against the Crown; 15. Cornerstone of the Nation State; 16. The Tribunal and the Past: Taking a Roundabout Path to a New History; 17. The Treaty of Waitangi in the Post-Colonial Era; 18. Maori, Te Tiriti and Globalisation: The Invisible Hand of the Colonial State; 19. Tino Rangatiratanga

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FOREWORD BY HUW KAWHARU; 1. Introduction; 2. The Treaty of Waitangi and the Recognition of Tikanga Maori; 3. Waitangi and the Legal Systems of Aotearoa New Zealand: Conflict and Change; 4. Unique Treaty Based Relationships Remain Exclusive; 5. The Wait 262 Claim: A Claim by Maori to Indigenous Flora and Fauna: Me o Ratou Taonga Katoa; 6. Lands Under the Sea: Foreshore and Seabed; 7. A Short History of Post-Treaty Maori Customary Rights to Land; 8. From the Sideline; 9. Rangatiratanga and Social Policy; 10. The Treaty of Waitangi and Social Well Being: Justice, Representation, and Participation; 11. The Treaty in the Real Life of the Constitution; 12. Orakei; 13. Feast or Famine: Customary Fisheries Management in the Contemporary Tribal Society; 14. Recovering Fagin's Ill-Gotton Gains: Settling Ngati Kahu's Treaty of Waitangi Claims Against the Crown; 15. Cornerstone of the Nation State; 16. The Tribunal and the Past: Taking a Roundabout Path to a New History; 17. The Treaty of Waitangi in the Post-Colonial Era; 18. Maori, Te Tiriti and Globalisation: The Invisible Hand of the Colonial State; 19. Tino Rangatiratanga

General Fields

  • : 9780195584004
  • : Oxford University Press
  • : Oxford University Press
  • : October 2004
  • : h229mm x w154mm x s24mm
  • : Australia
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Michael Belgrave, Merata Kawharu, David V. Williams
  • : Paperback
  • : 2nd Revised edition
  • : 993.02
  • : 400