Dr. Rebecca Burke
 
Kulturexpertin Neuseeland, Maori, Deutschland

Publikationen

Burke, Rebecca:  Mataatua Wharenui , Te Whare I Hoki Mai , Hirini Moko Mead, Layne Harvey, Pouroto Ngaropo, Te Onehou Phillis IN ; Journal of New Zealand and Pacific Studies, issue 6.2, 2019 P.181f.

Tutu Te Puehu, Maori Wars, Taranaki Wars, Vicent O

Burke, Rebecca:” Māori - Settler Relations in New Plymouth before the Outbrake of the Taranaki war in 1860 “  IN Tutu te Puehu, New Perspectives on the New Zealand Wars, Edited by John Crawford and Ian McGibbon, p. 110-124 Steel Roberts, Wellington, 2018 . ISBN 978-0-947493-72-1

Burke, Rebecca : Tuai: A Traveller in Two Worlds, Alison Jones and Kuni Kaa Jenkins (2017) IN ; Journal of New Zealand and Pacific Studies, Issue 5. 2, 2018. p.159f

Dr. Burke, Rebecca: What makes a home birth? IN: Homebirth Aotearoa Magazine, February 2015

Burke, Rebecca: Friendly relations between the two races were soon established? Pākehā interactions with Māori in the planned settlements of Wellington, Nelson and New Plymouth, 1840-1860. A thesis submitted to the Victoria University of Wellington in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Māori Studies, Wellington 2014.       Download

Kocks, R. (2011). The Others: Views of Early Settlers on Māori before the Taranaki Wars. In Proceedings of 4th International Indigenous Knowledge Conference 2010. Auckland, New Zealand: Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, New Zealand’s Māori Centre of Research Excellence ISBN 978-0-9864622-0-7.

Kocks, Rebecca: Views of early settlers on Māori before the Taranaki Wars: case studies on the Wakefield settlements in Wellington, Nelson and New Plymouth, Wellington Historical & Early Settlers' Association, Wellington 2010.

Kocks, Rebecca: Das Leben der Toten. S. 120-127 In Hans H. Hanke (Hg.): Mosaik der Welt. Die Christus­kirche in Bochum Mitte und der Platz des Europäischen Versprechens. Essen 2009. Germany Klartext-Verlag ISBN 978-3-8375-0116-2.

Kocks, Rebecca: Der Deutsche Werkbund und die Werkbundausstellung in Köln 1914 im Blick der Öffentlichkeit, Magisterarbeit, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, 2006 Germany


Vorlesungen und Talks und Tagungsbeiträge

- Studium Fundamentale: Concepts of Maori Culture and a cultural reflection of its values in modern day society, Freie Universität Witten-Herdecke 04/2019

- New Zealand Studies Conference, Strasbourg University, Strasbourg, 06/2017 

- NZHA 2013 Biennial Conference, Otago University, Dunedin 20-22, 11/2013

- Gastdozent: Victoria University Wellington : MAORI 216 Te Tiriti o Waitangi / The Treaty of Waitangi 2010 – “The Wakefield Company” 2010,2011,2012,2013

- Gastdozent Victoria University Wellington :HIST 235 The Terrible Wonder of Modernity-The World Re-made, c.1880s-1930s. “Modern Design and Architecture” 2010,2012,2013

- ‘Connections’- Australian Historian Association Conference, University of Australia, Adelaide, 9-14, 07/2012

Workshop an der Universität Trier zur Thematik des Siedlerimperialismus als teil des DFG Forschungsprojektes ” Siedlerimperialismus in Nordamerika (1789- 1851) und Australien (1788-1850)“, geleitet von Ursula Lehmkuhl (Universität Trier) und Norbert Finzsch (Universität zu Köln) :Erfahrungen, Akteure, Räume: Dimensionen des Siedlerimperialismus in transnationaler Perspektive, Trier, 12/2011

RUB International: Studium in Neuseeland, “Student Experience in New Zealand or How to go ‘Downunder’” Ruhruniversität Bochum 12/2012


- ‘Tutū te Puehu’- New Zealand’s Wars of the Nineteenth Century, Massey University Wellington, 11-13, 02/2011

 - PGSA interactive Sessions Victoria University Wellington: Working with Archives, Victoria University Wellington. 2011,2012

- New Historian Conference, Victoria University Wellington 2011

Traditional Indigenous Knowledge Conference, Auckland University, 06/2010 

Early Settler Association Wellington:“The View from Early Settlers on Maori in Nelson, Wellington and New Plymouth 1840-1860” City &Sea Museum Wellington, 2010

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 - OCIS- Oceanic Conference for International Relations, Auckland University, 06-07/2010 


 
 
 
 
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