Nga Puna Matauranga How Do We Know?
Illustrated by Debbie Bright, Edited by D. A. Bright
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In this book, the author summarises feminist, participatory and Indigenous Peoples' understandings of fundamental beliefs (ontology), ways of knowing (epistemology), values, the
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Nga Puna Matauranga How Do We Know?
illustrated by Debbie Bright
edited by D. A. Bright
1 December 2013
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4.16 MB
Adults / General (20-99)
Professional and scholarly;College/higher education

Author Biography

Debbie is a mother, mother-in-law, and grandmother who lives with her husband, Stephen, in Hamilton, New Zealand. She has ancestral and family links with both European and indigenous New Zealand (Maori) peoples. A specialist in dance, arts and adult education, Debbie has taught and performed in many parts of New Zealand and in other countries including Australia, Costa Rica, England, Israel, Malaysia, South Korea, Singapore, Suriname, Western Samoa, and USA. She has also been a national and international leader in Christian Arts. Debbie presents this series of books as part of her on-going written and performance-based arts research.