• Chantel Matthews


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Smith, Tākirirangi. “HE ARA URU ORA: Traditional Māori understandings of trauma and well-being, Te Atawhai o Te Ao: Independent Māori Institute for Environment & Health.” (2019) 8. http://www.teatawhai.maori.nz/publications/resource-reports/item/he-ara-uru-ora-traditional-maori-understandings-of-trauma-and-well-being

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“Whenua: Makutu #1 Mt Taranaki by Tanya Te Miringa Te Rorarangi Ruka.” CIRCUIT Artist Film and Video Aotearoa New Zealand, November 7, 2018. https://www.circuit.org.nz/film/whenua-makutu-1-mt-taranaki.

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Murray, Stuart. “Images of Dignity: Barry Barclay and Fourth Cinema.” Academia.edu. Accessed April 30, 2020. https://www.academia.edu/5249443/Images_of_Dignity_Barry_Barclay_and_Fourth_Cinema.

Bolt, Barbara. “Art beyond Representation: the Performative Power of the Image.” The British Journal of Aesthetics. Accessed April 30, 2020. https://www.academia.edu/939327/Art_beyond_representation_the_performative_power_of_the_image.

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Bertolaccini, Luca, Piergiorgio Solli, Alessandro Pardolesi, and Antonello Pasini. "An Overview of the Use of Artificial Neural Networks in Lung Cancer Research." Journal of Thoracic Disease 9, no. 4 (2017): 924-931.

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Carl Mika, The enknowning of thought and whakapapa: Heidegger's Fourfold, Review of contemporary philosophy, vol 13, 2014, pp.48-60, ISSN 1841-5261, University of Waikato


Pearce, Lance. 2012. “Everything Moves so Swiftly: Sculptural Moments in the Life of Objects.” Master of Art and Design, Auckland University of Technology. http://hdl.handle.net/10292/4756.

McNamara, Moata. 2014. “Ecce Wahine: Towards a Māori Translation of Western Text.” Doctor of Philosophy, Auckland University of Technology. http://hdl.handle.net/10292/7474.

Simmonds, Naomi Beth. 2009. “Mana Wahine Geographies: Spiritual, Spatial and Embodied Understandings of Papatūānuku.” Masters, Hamilton, New Zealand: University of Waikato. https://hdl.handle.net/10289/2798.