Megan Potiki

Ngāi Tahu, Te Āti Awa, Kāti Māmoe

"Megan's research interests have been in second language acquisition and the reconstruction of identity. More recently her research has include demystifying traditional Kai Tahu waiata, writing stories for children using whakapapa and traditional knowledge and the development of graded reading texts available for children in Māori language immersion settings."

Biographical sources

  • 2 December 2016


  • "Me Tā Tāua Mokopuna: The Te Reo Māori writings of H. K. Taiaroa and Tame Parata." New Zealand Journal of History 49.1 (2015): 31-53.
  • "Te Tokotoko." The lives of colonial objects. Ed. A. Cooper, L. Paterson and A. Wanhalla. Dunedin, N.Z.: Otago University Press, (2015): 170-175.
  • "Te Haka Nā Ngā Herehere." Te Pouhere Kōrero 8, (2016): 6-25.