), Whakatohea, associate professor of Maori studies at Auckland
(Te Wananga o Waipapa), became known to the broader public in the 1980s
with his regular columns in *NZ Listener and *Metro, although he
had published many academic papers before that. The wide range of his
makes his writing an invaluable source of information on Maori
as well as many other topics.
include Nga Tau Tohetohe (1987), a collection of his finest
and Ka Whawhai tonu Matou: Struggle without End (1990), an
book of Maori history, as well as more specialised works: The
Development of the Maori People in New Zealand (1984), The
of Biculturalism (1986), History of Maori Activism (1983), The
Treaty of Waitangi (1983), Perceptions and Attitudes of the New
Generation of Maoris to Pakeha Domination (1981), Liberating
from Educational Subjection (1991) and
Nga Mamae o te Iwi Maori:
Te Ripoata o te Hui i Turangawaewae (1987).