Haka: A Living Tradition

Author(s): Wira Gardiner

Maori History, Society and Culture | Secondhand

The haka has always been a vital part of Maori culture and tradition. Today it has a growing influence on the lives of all New Zealanders. This book traces the story of the haka from its origins in Maori legend to its role in a contemporary commercial world. The haka has been an instrument of nation building, an icon of NZ's unique identity.

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Wira Gardiner is the author of two previous books, including a history of the Maori Battalion. He was the Director of Civil Defence for New Zealand, and is now a consultant to business on Maori issues.

General Fields

  • : 9781869588809
  • : Hodder Moa Beckett
  • : Hodder Education
  • : August 2002
  • : 190mm X 185mm
  • : New Zealand
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Wira Gardiner
  • : Paperback
  • : Reprint
  • : 793.31993
  • : good-very good
  • : 112
  • : Australasian & Pacific history; Folk dancing; Cultural studies
  • : 50 illustrations