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“A House with Many Rooms: Rediscovering Māori as a Civic Language in the Wake of the Māori Language Act (1987)”

Just happened across this, an address I gave last year at the launch of Rawinia Higgins, Poia Rewi and Vincent Olsen-Reeder (eds)The Value of the Māori Language: Te Hua o te Reo Māori (Volume Two, Huia Publishers, Wellington, 2014). (click the link: Māmari Stephens | Media Centre.)

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About Sparrowhawk/Kārearea

Legal academic and writer, Wellington. (Te Rarawa, Ngāti Pākeha. Nō te Hāhi Mihinare hoki)

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