Editorial Board

Ngāti Wai
Ngāti Hine
Ngāti Manu

Ko Māhuhu Ki Te Rangi te waka, Ko Whiti te tupuna, Ko Kapowai tana maunga, Titiro iho ana ki tana pā tū moana, ko Motukura, Ko Waikare te awa, Ko Turuki te marae, Ko Te Kapotai te hapū. Helen Moewaka Barnes is a Professor and Director of the Whariki Research Group, one of two teams comprising the SHORE and Whariki Research Centre, located with Massey University in Auckland.

Te Rōpū Whāriki
Massey University
Tūhoe; Ngāti Manawa; Te Arawa

Poia Rewi lectures at Te Tumu (School of Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Studies), the University of Otago. His main areas of research and teaching, and community engagement involve the Māori language, Māori culture, education and performing arts. He was Co-Principal Investigator on the Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga 'Te Pae Tawhiti' initiative on Te Reo Māori.

Te Tumu, School of Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Studies, the University of Otago

Farah Rangikoepa Palmer is the Director of the Māori Business & Leadership Centre and a Senior Lecturer in the School of Management, College of Business, Massey University. Her teaching and research interests are in the sociology of sport, sport management, leadership and governance as they relate to Māori and women in particular. Dr Palmer was a member of the New Zealand women’s rugby team (Black Ferns) from 1995 to 2006, and captained the team to three World Cups (1998, 2002, and 2006).

Senior Lecturer
School of Management, College of Business, Massey University
Ngāti Porou
Ngāti Konohi
Ngāti Raukawa

Ko Ngāti Raukawa rātou, ko Ngāti Porou, ko Ngāti Konohi tōna Iwi.  Ko Fiona Te Momo ia.  Dr Te Momo holds a Doctorate of Philosophy, Master in Māori and Pacific Development with Honours, a Postgraduate Diploma in Not-for-Profit Management, Bachelor of Arts, and a Certificate in Māori Studies from the University of Waikato.  She is currently a Senior Lecturer in the School of Māori Arts, Knowledge, and Education in the College of Humanities and Social Science at Massey University.  She lectures in Whānau Development, Whānau Interventions, Whānau Forms and Functions, Māori Development, Social

Senior Lecturer
School of Māori Arts, Knowledge, and Education
Massey University
Ngāti Ranginui/Tūwharetoa

Phillip is of Ngāti Ranginui descent and his hapū is Pirirākau. He currently teaches papers on the Treaty of Waitangi, the effect of colonisation on Māori and Māori in sport and media. His study interests are Māori and Indigenous peoples as well as sport, and he is currently working on a PhD thesis examining the social aspects of support practices in elite sport.

Senior Tutor
Aotahi: School of Māori and Indigenous Studies
The University of Canterbury
Ngāti Maniapoto
Te Aupōuri

Tahu has degrees in History and Demography from the University of Waikato, and a PhD in Sociology from Stanford University. She currently serves on the Population Association of New Zealand Council, the Māori Statistics Advisory Committee to the Government Statistician, and Taki Ao, a group of emerging and mid-career scientists sponsored by the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment. She is also on the editorial board of the International Indigenous Policy Journal.

Senior Research Fellow
National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis
The University of Waikato

Professor Walker, of the Ecology, Evolution and Behaviour Group, School of Biological Sciences at the University of Auckland, has served on the Boards of two Crown Research Institutes, the New Zealand Government Science and Innovation Advisory Council, and as a co-opted member of the Society Council of the Royal Society of New Zealand. Michael brings extensive teaching, research and service provision experience to his role at Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga.

School of Biological Sciences
The University of Auckland

Dr McIntosh is an Associate Professor and Researcher in Sociology at The University of Auckland. Completing her doctorate in sociology in 2002, she has lectured at the University since 1999, and in 2004-2005 was a Fulbright Visiting Lecturer in New Zealand Studies at Georgetown, Washington D.C. Tracey is also the Acting Director of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga (NPM). She brings a wide level of experience to her role at NPM in international work, community development, student equity and her contributions to the academic community.

Associate Professor
Department of Sociology
The University of Auckland

Associate Professor Tim McCreanor is a Pākeha social scientist with a special interest in qualitative research and discursive methods in the study of culture, equity and justice. He is part of Whāriki Research Group at Massey University in Auckland where his work has focussed on public health approaches to racism and privilege, health equity, ecosystems and health, media representations and health, and action research for social change.

Senior Researcher
Te Rōpū Whāriki
Massey University
Ngāti Pukenga

Brendan Hokowhitu is of Ngāti Pukenga, and is currently Dean of the University of Waikato’s School of Māori and Pacific Development (SMPD). He grew up in Ōpōtiki and spent a year at the University of Waikato before completing a Physical Education degree at Otago. He completed his Masters at the University of Victoria (Canada) and then a PhD at Otago, before becoming a Lecturer in Te Tumu, Otago’s School of Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Studies, where he spent 10 years. Prior to returning to Waikato, he was Dean of the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta, Canada.

Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies
University of Waikato