Lecturer in Māori Studies-2001821 TE TUMU SCHOOL OF MĀORI, PACIFIC & INDIGENOUS STUDIES
TE WHARE WĀNANGA O OTĀGO
whakahīhī ana i āna mahi akoako, rangahau. He tūranga ukiuki, motuhake hoki nei.
Me mātua whakaako te kaimahi i ngā pepa e toru ia tau e hāngai ana te kaupapa ki āna mōhiotanga i ngā kaupapa Māori. Kātahi rawa te pai mena he tangata mātau hoki ki te hāpai me te whakaako i te reo Māori me ngā kaupapa whanaketanga iwi-taketake.
Me kaitohutohu ākonga rangahau, me rangahau, me hāpai hoki i ngā tini kawenga a Te Tumu, a Te Whare Wānanga.
Kia mātua whiwhi kē ngā kaitono i te Tohu Kairangi i roto i ngā kaupapa Māori, Poronēhia, iwi taketake hoki. Me taea e te tangata te mahi takitahi, takitini hoki.
Me tangata ū ki te whakatutuki mahi ahakoa whakahaua e tētahi atu, kāore rānei.
Whakapā mai ki a Ahorangi Michael Reilly, Te Tumu, Te Wāhanga Aronui, Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo. Waea 64 3 4798676, Īmēra michael.reilly otago.ac.nz
Founded in 1990, Te Tumu has rapidly gained an international reputation as one of the preferred places in New Zealand to learn about Māori, Pacific and Indigenous languages, cultures and societies.
Our multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary staff, students, research and teaching is reflected in our name Te Tumu, a pan-Polynesian term which is often used in Māori in the phrase te tumu herenga waka - a post for tying up canoes.
We liken ourselves as a foundation which staff, students and guests can anchor themselves to for the duration of their stay at the University of Otago.
Our School offers undergraduate and postgraduate study to PhD level in three programmes : Māori Studies, Pacific Islands Studies, and Indigenous Development, as well as the Master of Indigenous Studies, tailored especially for distance students.
Our staff have established reputations in their areas of expertise and the programme as a whole has an energetic research culture.