Hua Outcomes Fua

A thematic list of research outcomes from Vā Moana - Pacific Spaces principal, associate and affiliate researchers.

Appropriation

Archaeology

Douglas, C. (2006). Recalcitrant Figures. Delineation and the Archaeologist’s Encounter with the Ground. Fabrications, 16(2), 44–58.

Architecture

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C., & Mika, C. (2020). Silences generating space. In M. Dorrian, & C. P. Kakalis (Eds.), The Place of Silence: Architecture / Media / Philosophy, 139-148. Abingdon, UK: Bloomsfield.

Patel,R. (2018). Horizon of Being. 1st Annual Design Research Conference (ADR18) Proceedings, 543-551.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2011). Restless Containers: Thinking interior space – across cultures. Interstices: Journal of Architecture and Related Arts, 12, 11-22.

Douglas, C. (2009). Contract, Crowd, Corpus and Plasma. Architectural and Social Assemblages. Interstices Journal of Architecture and Related Arts, 10, 97–108.

Māori Housing and Architecture

Wikitera, K. (2017). Whakapapa Kōrero: Ancestral narratives, Indigenous histories. 11th Conference of the European Society for Oceanists: Experiencing Pacific Environments (pp. 38).

Palmer, F. (2016). Building sustainable papakāinga to support Māori aspirations for self-determination, Doctoral Thesis, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Wikitera, K. (2015). Maori spaces in foreign places – The case of Hinemihi O Te Ao Tawhito. Doctoral Thesis. AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Palmer F. (2014). Envisioning a Future. IDEA Journal Design Activism, 110-120.

Palmer, F. (2013). Overcoming Barriers to affordable Housing for Māori, Paper presented at the Affordable Housing Forum, Wellington.

Palmer, F. (2012). Whare Ora, Resource Consent submission, Northland District Council.

Palmer, F. (2012). Developing New Strategies for Māori Housing, Paper presented at the World indigenous Research Conference, Auckland.

Palmer, F. (2011). Mapping Alienation, Paper presented at SAHANZ, Brisbane.

Palmer, F. (2009). Using Emergent Technologies to Develop Sustainable Architectural Composites, M Phil Thesis, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Pacific Architecture

Refiti, A. L. (2018). Te Ao Pasifika and Contemporary Pacific Architecture. In Kelly Greenop, Elizabeth Grant, Albert L. Refiti & Daniel Glen (Eds.), Handbook of Contemporary Indigenous Architecture, Springer Publication.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2016). Travelling houses: Translation, change and ambivalence. Paper presented at the 2016 Meeting of the Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania (ASAO), San Diego.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2015). Spaces of appearance: Atmospheres and ecstasies across cultures. Paper presented at the ARCHTHEO ’15 conference, Istanbul, Turkey.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2015). Travelling houses: global encounters. Paper presented at the 2015 meeting of the Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania (ASAO), Santa Fe (NM), USA.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-C., & Wikitera, K. A. (2009). Take me away … In search of original dwelling. Interstices – Journal of Architecture and Related Arts (10 Adam’s House in Paradise), 42-54.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-C (2009). Out there: Whare and Fale Performing Abroad. In Gatley, J. (Ed.) Cultural Crossroads: Proceedings of the 26th International SAHANZ Conference (Auckland, NZ: Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, 2009) [CD-Rom].

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-C., Wikitera, K. (2009). Counter Currents: Whare Nui and Fale Abroad. Paper presented at The Pacific Connection – Trade, Travel & Technology Transfer conference, Faculty of Architecture, Building & Planning, University of Melbourne, 19-21 February 2009, pp38-46.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-C (2007). Travel in Tropical Islands : Enemies Coexisting in Peace. Interstices: Journal of Architecture and Related Arts, 8 – Disagreement.

Sāmoan Architecture

Refiti, A. L. (2017). How the Tā-Vā theory of reality constructs a spatial exposition of Samoan architecture, Pacific Studies Journal: special edition – The Tā-Vā Theory of Reality.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2017). Iconic houses: Afterlife and new beginnings. Paper presented at the 2017 meeting of the Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania (ASAO), Kauai’i (HI), USA.

Refiti, A. L. (2015). Mavae and Tofiga: spatial exposition of Samoan cosmogony and architecture, PhD Thesis, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2014). A Fale Samoa at Tropical Islands Resort, Germany: Performing Samoa to the World. In Tracing Footprints of Tomorrow: Past lessons, present stories, future lives. Proceedings of Samoa Conference II (4-8 July 2011). With Benita Kumar Simati.

Refiti, A. L. (2013). A "Psychedelic Method": Spatial Exposition, Perspectivism and Bricklaying. In A.-Chr Engels-Schwarzpaul & Michael Peters (Ed.), Of Other Thoughts: Non-Traditional Ways to the Doctorate: A Guidebook for Candidates and Supervisors. Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei: Sense Publication, 27-34.

Refiti, A. L. (2013). Building the House of Noanoa and Lavelave: a possible theory of Pacific Art, in Brownson, R., Māhina-Tuai, K., A Refiti, A. L., Tavola, E., Tonga, N. (Eds), Home AKL: Artists of Pacific Heritage in Auckland. Auckland Art Gallery.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2012). “Fale Samoa and Europe’s Extended Boundaries: Performing Place and Identity”. In R. Agarez, N. Mota, H. Heynen, & J. Gosseye,  Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of the European Architectural History Network, Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie van Belgie voor Wetenschappen en Kunsten, Brussels. pp. 337-344. With Albert L. Refiti.

Refiti, A. L. (2009). Whiteness, smoothing and the origin of Samoan architecture. Interstices Journal of Architecture and Related Arts, 10, 9-19.

Refiti, A. L. (2008). The forked centre: duality and privacy in Polynesian spaces and architecture. AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 4, 1, 97-106.

Refiti, A. L. (2002). Making Places: Polynesian Architecture in New Zealand, in Mallon, S., & Pereira, F. (Eds) Pacific Art Niu Sila, Te Papa Press.

Refiti, A. L (2002) Uneven boundaries that do not flatten easily, in Additions to Architectural History Conference, Conference Proceedings of the XIX Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand, Brisbane 4-7 October.

Art

Lopesi, L. (2021). Moana Cosmopolitan Imaginaries: Toward an Emerging Theory of Moana Art. Doctoral Thesis, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Raymond, R. (2021). Conser.VĀ.tion | Acti.VĀ.tion: Museums, the Body and Indigenous Moana Art Practice. Master of Philosophy Thesis, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Mika, C. (2021). The void and its parody: Thinking alongside Jahnke's Whenua kore. In Index-Art (pp. 34-36). Index Corp Ltd.

Mika, C. (2021). The Māori more-than-human: Rethinking sovereignty. In AURA 2020: Sovereign Pacific / Pacific Sovereigns.

Douglas, C., Gallagher, S., O'Hara, E., Patel, R., Tapuni, M (2020). Silvering (Slowly). Augmentation, Age, and Mattering. Idea Journal, 17(01).

Parr, E. (2020). The Ocean is Calling Me Home: Settler-Indigenous Relationships of Te Moananui a Kiwa. Master of Visual Arts Thesis, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Walker, A. (2020). On Returning to the Sea: Towards Belonging Through Land, Language, & Tactile Storytelling. Master of Visual Arts Thesis, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Kahanu, N. M.K.Y., Nepia, M., Schorch, P. (2019). He alo ā he alo / kanohi ki te kanohi / face-to-face: curatorial bodies, encounters and relations. In Curatopia: Museums and the future of curatorship. Edited by Philipp Schorch and Conal MacCarthy. Manchester University Press.

Diaz, V. (2019). Forum on the Island Soldiers (film), The Contemporary Pacific 31(1), 248-261.

Lythberg, B., & Salmond, A. (2018). Toi Hauiti and Hinematioro: a Māori ancestor in a German castle. Pacific Presences: Oceanic Art and European Museums, II (pp. 329-342).

Jahnke, R., & Jahnke, H. (2017). Mā te Rourou: Māori education and innovation through the visual arts in Aotearoa New Zealand. A Handbook of Indigenous Education.

Wikitera, K. (2017). Whakairo Rangatira –Patterns of the Chiefs. Interstices Under Construction Symposium: Surface / Pattern: A pursuit of material narratives (pp 29).

Patel, R (2017). A flowing culture: Images of early Gujarati Indian-Islamic migrants in Aotearoa New Zealand. Transitions: Journal of Transient Migration, Volume 1, Number 2, 1 October 2017, pp. 251-267.

Patel, R (2017). Navigating culture: Spatial exposition of early Gujarati Indian Islamic migrants in Aotearoa New Zealand. SAHANZ 2nd PhD Symposium.

Salmond, A. (2016). Artefacts of Encounter: Pacific voyages and museum histories (edited with N. Thomas, J. Adams, B. Lythberg and M. Nuku). Dunedin and Cambridge: Otago University Press and Cambridge University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.

Tapuni, M. (2016). ATA: A Practice-led Artistic Inquiry into the Intersection of Digital and Physical Environments. Doctor of Philosophy Thesis, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Salmond, A. (2015). ‘Artefacts of encounter: the Cook voyage collections in Cambridge’, in J. Coote (ed.) Cook-Voyage Collections of ‘Artificial Curiosities’ in Britain and Ireland, 1771-2015 (MEG Occasional Paper No. 5). Oxford: Museum Ethnographers’ Group (pp. 33-73).

Salmond, A. (2010). ‘Show and tell: weaving a basket of knowledge’ (with R. Raymond), in Schneider, Arnd and Wright, Christopher (eds.), Between Art and Anthropology: Contemporary ethnographic practice (Oxford: Berg), pp. 95-102.

Salmond, A. (2008). Pasifika Styles: artists inside the museum (co-edited with R. Raymond) Cambridge and Dunedin: University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (MAA) and Otago University Press.

Tapuni, M. (2009). The Return of The Polynesian Phantom. Master of Art and Design Thesis, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-C (2005). Frontiers of shame and repulsion. Interstices – Journal of Architecture and Related Arts 06, 61-72.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-C (2001). A Red Line / An Aesthetics of Process. Brief(22), 47-52. with Dorina Jotti [an exploration of aesthetics, process and politics by two immigrants to Aotearoa, pertaining to the confrontation with the colonial history of, in this case, Okahu Bay]

cosmogony

Refiti, A. L. (2015). Mavae and Tofiga: spatial exposition of Samoan cosmogony and architecture, PhD Thesis, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

digital

Douglas, C., Hedges, S., Patel, R., Tapuni, M. (2020). Unspecified Project. Scenes of Digital Media Practice in Spatial Design. Idea Journal, 17(01), 131-148.

Emadi, A. (2018). ‘Reconsidering the substance of digital-video from a Sadrian perspective’, Leonardo 0 (1-11)

Emadi, A. (2016). 16th century Persian tiles in dialogue with 21st century digital tiles in the Sadrian universe’, Kimiya-ye-Honar, 4(17), pp. 16-31.

Salmond, A. (2016). ‘Ghosts in the Machine?’ (with C. Hogsden) Theorizing the Contemporary, Cultural Anthropology website.

Tapuni, M. (2016). ATA: A Practice-led Artistic Inquiry into the Intersection of Digital and Physical Environments. Doctor of Philosophy Thesis, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Salmond, A. (2014). ‘Transforming translations (Part II): Addressing ontological alterityHau: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 4(1) (pp. 155-187)

Salmond, A. (2013). ‘Transforming translations (Part I): “The owner of these bones’, Hau: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 3(3) (pp. 1-32)

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2012). Globalised Desk-top Skirmishes? Reporting from the colonies. In U. Brandes & M. Erlhoff (Eds.), My Desk is my Castle. Exploring Personalisation Cultures (pp. 210-228). Basel: Birkhäuser Architecture.

Salmond, A. (2012). ‘Digital subjects, cultural objects’, introduction to a special issue of the Journal of Material Culture 17(3) (pp. 211-228).

Salmond, A. (2012) ‘Te Ataakura: digital taonga and cultural innovation’ (with W. Ngata and H. Ngata-Gibson), Journal of Material Culture 17(3) (pp. 229-244).

Tapuni, M. (2009). The Return of The Polynesian Phantom. Master Art of Design Thesis, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-C (2007). Tillers of the soil/traveling journeymen: Modes of the virtual, Transformations. Walter Benjamin and the Virtual: Politics, Art, and Mediation in the Age of Global Culture (Vol. 15).

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-C (2005). Dislocating William and Rau: “Rau’s isn’t Māori and he’s not from or in New Zealand“, Online Working Papers in Communication Research Volume 2. Locations and Locutions: Constituting Identity in Language and Place. Centre for Communication Research, Auckland University of Technology.

Indigenous Epistemologies

Mika, C. (2020). Introducing the holistic nature of Māori philosophy: Whakaaro and speculation. In "Histories of Philosophy in a Global Perspective" – Stiftung Universität Hildesheim Universitätsplatz.

Lilomaiava-Doktor, S. (2020). "Oral Traditions, Cultural Significance of Storytelling, and Samoan Understandings of Place of Fanua." Native American and Indigenous Studies 7, no. 1 (pp. 121-51).

Diaz, V (2020) “Expanding the Groundwork for Research in the Revitalization and Sustainability of Micronesian Seafaring.” Proceedings of the International Research Forum: Perspectives of Research for Intangible Cultural Heritage Towards a Sustainable Society. Osaka, Japan: International Research Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific region (IRCI), National Institutes for Cultural Research.

Diaz, V (2019). “Oceania in the Plains: the Politics and Analytics of Trans-Indigenous Resurgence in Chuukese Voyaging of Dakota Lands, Waters, and Skies in Miní Sóta Makhóčhe.” Pacific Studies 42: 1/2 (April/August): 1-44.

Diaz, V (2018) “Querying Intangible Cultural Heritage with Central Carolinian Seafaring’s Extreme Tangibilities.” Report of the International Symposium on Negotiating Intangible Cultural Heritage. Osaka, Japan: International Research Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region (IRCI): 23-31.

Ka'ili, T., & Māhina, Ō. (2017). Marking indigeneity: the Tongan art of sociospatial relations. Tuscon: The University of Arizona Press.

Māhina,Ō. (2017). On the matter of kava: From the past to the present to the future (Keynote presentation). Paper presented at the Kava: A workshop for kava researchers and enthusiasts, Anthropology and Pacific Studies Seminar Series, The University of Waikato, April 21.

Nepia, M. (2012). Te Kore : exploring the Māori concept of void. PhD Exegesis. AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Tuagalu, I. (2008). The Samoan indigenous reference: Intimations of a romantic sensibilites, in Tamasailau Suaalii-Sauni, I’uogafa Tuagalu, Tofilau Nina Kirifi-Alai, Naomi Fuamatu (Ed.) Su’esu’e manogi: In search of fragrance: Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Ta’isi and the Samoan indigenous reference, 288-314.

Māori Tourism

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C, Wikitera, K, (2020). Iconic architecture in tourism: (how) does it work? In Tourism Fictions, Simulacra and Virtualities (pp 224-246).

Wikitera, K. (2020). Where are the indigenous tourism scholars? Creating capacity in indigenous tourism research. CAUTHE 2020: 20:20 Vision: New perspectives on the diversity of hospitality, tourism and events: Proceedings of the 30th annual conference (pp 699).

Wikitera, K. (2019). The value of indigeneity in the tourism and hospitality industry inAotearoa – manaakitanga. Hospitality Insights, vol.3, no. 1 (pp 3-4).

Wikitera, K. (2018). A Māori Meeting House – for the love of Hinemihi – a critical reflection. Anthropology and Tourism. Critical Horizons Symposium.

Wikitera, K. (2018). Manaakitanga = Hospitality –Yeah Nah!. Critical Hospitality Symposium II: Hospitality IS Society.

Wikitera, K. (2006). Maori tourism: research and development of Maori community tourism capacity in Tamaki Makaurau. MAI Review, 1.

Wikitera, K. (2006). Whakarewarewa Tourism Development: A critical analysis of place and space. Thesis Master of Business. AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Pedagogy

Stewart, G., Smith, V., Diamond, P., Paul, N., & Hogg, R. (2021). Ko te Tika, ko te Pono, ko te Aroha: Exploring Māori values in the university. Te Kaharoa, 17(1).

Mika, C. (2021). The interconnection of things in an era of colonisation: Māori and education. In Cambridge Philosophy of Education Seminars, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Mika,C. (2021). Indigenous Notions of Interconnection and Formation by the World. Oxford Research Encyclopedias, February 23.

Douglas, C. (2018). Deviations. In Mulla, S., Paterson, A., and Paton, K. (Eds), Penumbral Reflections (pp. 81-87). Auckland, NZ: Objectspace.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2016). Border Crossings: Introduction to Special Issue “Of Other Thoughts and Renegade Knowledges: Transformative potential in postgraduate supervisions”, Knowledge Cultures 4(1): 11-24.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2015). The Offerings of Fringe Figures and Migrants. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 47(11), 1211-1226. doi:10.1080/00131857.2014.991504

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2015). The Ignorant Supervisor: About Common Worlds, Epistemological Modesty and Distributed Knowledge. ACCESS: Critical Perspectives on Communication, Cultural & Policy Studies (with Educational Philosophy and Theory), 33(1), 1-15. doi:10.1080/00131857.2015.1041443

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2014). Engels-Schwarzpaul, Cosmopolitan Outlook: Opening Doors and Letting Learn. In G. Lazaroiu (Ed.), Liber amicorum: A Philosophical Conversation among Friends. A Festschrift for Michael A. Peters (Readings in Contemporary Philosophy) (pp. 159-168). New York, NY: Addleton Academic Publishers.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2014). Of Other Thoughts and Renegade Knowledges: Transformative Potential in Postgraduate Supervisions. Paper presented at The Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA), 44th Annual Conference: Education as Philosophies of Engagement – Ko te kōrero. Hamilton: The Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA).

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2014). Border traffic: crossing academic boundaries. Symposium panel convened at The Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA), 44th Annual Conference: Education as Philosophies of Engagement – Ko te kōrero. Hamilton: The Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA).

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2013). Of Other Thoughts: Non-traditional ways to the doctorate. A guidebook for candidates and supervisors. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers. Edited collection with Michael Adrian Peters.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2013.) Indigenising research at AUT School of Art and Design: A report on experience. In C. Jenkin (ed.) EOPHEA 2011 Ngā reo mō te tika: Voices for Equity (pp. 48-71). EPHEA.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2010). Technologies of Research and Teaching in the Pacific. Paper presented at GLIDE10 – Global Interaction in Design : A virtual conference and research hub, 20 October. New York: BaoHouse and Rensselaer. With Dale Fitchett.


Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C., Lopesi, L., Lythberg, B., Refiti, A., Smith, V., Waerea, L. (2021). Vā at the time of COVID-19: when an aspect of research unexpectedly turns into lived experience and practice. Journal of New Zealand and Pacific Studies.

Fuluifaga, A. R. (2017). O feosofa’iga o le vā: Samoan Women Negotiating vā Relations in and Around an Art Centre in Rural Samoa, MPhil Thesis, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Refiti, A. L. (2017). How the Tā-Vā theory of reality constructs a spatial exposition of Samoan architecture, Pacific Studies Journal: special edition – The Tā-Vā Theory of Reality.

Refiti, A. L. (2015). Mavae and Tofiga: spatial exposition of Samoan cosmogony and architecture, PhD Thesis, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Refiti, A. L. (2013). A “Psychedelic Method”: Spatial Exposition, Perspectivism and Bricklaying. In A.-Chr Engels-Schwarzpaul & Michael Peters (Ed.), Of Other Thoughts: Non-Traditional Ways to the Doctorate: A Guidebook for Candidates and Supervisors. Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei: Sense Publication, 27-34.

Refiti, A. L.(2013). Building the House of Noanoa and Lavelave: a possible theory of Pacific Art, in Brownson, R., Māhina-Tuai, K., A Refiti, A. L., Tavola, E., Tonga, N. (Eds), Home AKL: Artists of Pacific Heritage in Auckland. Auckland Art Gallery.

Tuagalu, I. (2008) Heuristics of the Vā, AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 4, 1, 107-126.

Urban Spaces

Patel, R. (2018). Conflict, Speech, and Truth within the Urban Space of Tahrir Square. The Urban Transcripts Journal, Vol. 1 (4), Winter 2017/18.

Douglas, C. (2018). Strange Relations. A design inquiry into infrastructure as topological place. Doctoral Thesis, AUT University, Auckland, NZ

Lopesi, L. (2018). So, You Want to be the “Largest Polynesian City in the World”? The Pantograph Punch.

Douglas, C. (2014). Inorganic Collections. Atmospheric distributions of the sensible and regimes of public space. Interstices Journal of Architecture and Related Arts, 15, 47–58.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A. -C (2012). Globalised Desk-top Skirmishes? Reporting from the colonies. In U. Brandes & M. Erlhoff (Eds.), My Desk is my Castle. Exploring Personalisation Cultures (pp. 210-228). Basel: Birkhäuser Architecture.

Douglas, C. (2011). Off the Grid. Infrastructure and Transformational Space. Access, 30, 45–57.

Patel, R. (2011). An Opening of Tanwir, in Interstices Journal of Architecture and Related Arts, 12, Auckland: Enigma.

Douglas, C. (2007). Barricades and Boulevards. Material Transformations of Paris, 1795-1871. Interstices Journal of Architecture and Related Arts, 8, 31–42.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-C., Wilson, C., & Smythe M (2006). Wai 262 Claim. Interested Group Submission from the Designers’ Institute of New Zealand Inc. Auckland: DINZ Designers’ Institute of New Zealand.

Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-C (2005). Frontiers of shame and repulsion Interstices – Journal of Architecture and Related Arts 06, 61-72.

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