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Te Ahi Kātoro ki Taranaki 1860-1880 – Land Conflict and Activity in Taranaki 1860-1880
Pae Wānanga Te Atiawa is a series of four Te Atiawa reo Māori immersion wānanga to assist cultural practitioners; reo advocates, writers, facilitators, artist and teachers to express their Te Atiawatanga in their field of choice. Pae Wānanga is content focused and will be delivered in te reo Māori and caters for Te Atiawa uri who are willing to champion their Te Atiawatanga in their whānau and community.
The kaupapa chosen for this wānanga is Te Ahi Kātoro ki Taranaki 1860-1880 – Land Conflict and Activity in Taranaki 1860-1880. This was deliberately chosen knowing that the following weekend is the National NZ Wars and Conflicts Commemoration Te Pūtake o Te Riri hosted in North Taranaki. This is an opportunity to learn about and re-enforce our histories about this kaupapa before the motu arrives the following week. Nō reira the Pae Wānanga Te Atiawa will explore land conflict and activity in Taranaki during the period 1860-1880 by means of researching and investigating historical narratives, waiata composition, prophetic phrases and related literature.
Ko te manaakitanga tētehi āhua matua nei o tēnei wānanga. Ne i he hiahia nōu ki te haere mai me rēhita. Hei āpiti noa nei, kia whiwhi ai koe i ngā rauemi, me rēhita, ā, me tae ā-tinana anō hoki.
The value of manaakitanga is a high priority, please ensure that you register to this wānanga to assist with catering services and requirements. And in addition, resources of this wānanga will only be given to those who formally register and are in attendance.