Ko Te Wiki o te Reo Māori tēnei wiki.
Hei hāpai i te kaupapa, kei te Whare Pukapuka Pokapū he whakaaturanga nō ngā mahi rangahau a Tākuta Lyn Carter: he whakaaturanga ā-tuhi, he whakaaturanga kōataata hoki. Ko ‘Whakapapa: hei herenga tangata ki te whenua’ te ingoa.
Kei te Uare Hākena he whakaaturanga e pā ana ki ngā take hauora Māori mai i te tekautau 1950 tae atu ki nāianei.
Hei te te wā ō o te Rāmere (te 31 o Hōngongoi) ka tū hoki a Dr Lyn Carter rātou ko Ahorangi Tuarua Jacinta Ruru ko Dr Lisa Te Morenga ki Te Aka (i te papa-ki-raro o te Whare Pukapuka) kōrero ai mō ā rātou rangahau. He āhua poto ngā kauhau, 10-15 meneti mō tēnā, mō tēnā.
Dr Lyn Carter‘s research is currently being featured at the university’s Central Library as part of Te Wiki o te Reo Māori. This will be in the form of both a static display as well as a slide show presentation. This is entitled ‘Whakapapa: hei herenga tangata ki te whenua: Whakapapa: connecting people to the land’
There is also a display relating to Māori health issues from the 1850s to the present day.
On Friday 31 July Dr Lyn Carter, Associate Professor Jacinta Ruru and Dr Lisa Te Morenga will be giving lunchtime floor-talks at Te Aka, on the ground floor of the Central Library. Each presentation will be 10-15 minutes in length.