Imagining Decolonisation - Rebecca Kiddle (ed)

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Decolonisation is a term that scares some, and gives hope to others. It is an uncomfortable and bewildering concept for many New Zealanders – yet needed if we are going to build a country that is fair and equal for all who live there. This book sets out the case for decolonisation by illuminating – through anecdotal, real life examples – what decolonisation might look and feel like.

Dr Rebecca Kiddle (Editor) is a Senior Lecturer in Architecture Design at Victoria University of Wellington’s School of Architecture. Her research interests include Māori place identity and participatory design processes.

Contributors include Rebecca Kiddle, Bianca Elkington, Moana Jackson, Ocean Ripeka Mercier, Mike Ross, Jennie Smeaton and Amanda Thomas.

BWB Texts 2020

Condition: new, paperback.