Saturday 15 November
Talking about Tangata Whenua: An Illustrated History
Atholl Anderson and Aroha Harris
Saturday 15 November, 2pm
Auditorium, Auckland Museum
Atholl Anderson (Ngāi Tahu) and Aroha Harris (Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi) talk about new perspectives on Māori history, drawing on their work for Tangata Whenua: An Illustrated History, published on 14 November.
‘One of the most significant books on the Māori world ever written’, in the words of Sir Tipene O’Regan, this first one-volume history of Māori presents a sweeping narrative from ancient origins in South China to the present day.
This free public talk offers an early glimpse into an exceptional new history that is important to all New Zealanders.
Supported by Bridget Williams Books and the Auckland War Memorial Museum.
Friday 21 November
Bridget Williams Books and Unity Books invite you to celebrate the publication of Tangata Whenua: An Illustrated History.
Unity Books, 6pm
57 Willis Street, Wellington
Koia tēnei, ko tā Pōneke whakatairanga i te taonga nei e whakanui ana i te tangata whenua, mai i nehe rā anō, tae rawa mai ki ēnei rā.
At this Wellington event we acknowledge the release of this important taonga that celebrates tangata whenua from the earliest times through to the present. (The book will be formally launched in Auckland on 14 November.)