Māori- Journals

Aboriginal History Journal(external link)
Published by Australian National University, this interdisciplinary open access journal focuses on indigenous studies.

Australian Aboriginal Studies(external link)
This interdisciplinary indigenous studies journal is available through ANZ database and Gale General One File(external link).

Australian Journal of Indigenous Education(external link)
Published by Cambridge University press, this journal is available one year late on ProQuest. Being a hybrid journal, some of the new articles are available for free from CUP site(external link).

Commoning Ethnography(external link)
Published by Victoria University of Wellington, CE is a peer reviewed, open access, online journal dedicated to ethnographic research.

Decolonization of Criminology and Justice(external link)
Supported by the School of Social Sciences and Public Policy, Auckland University of Technology, this open access journal is a dialogical platform on decolonisation theory.

e-tangata(external link)
An online magazine dealing with
Māori and Pacific experience in New Zealand.

Ethnographic Edge(external link)
An open access journal published by Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, University of Waikato.

Journal of Australian, Canadian, and Aotearoa New Zealand Studies(external link)
A peer reviewed, open access journal published by Australian, Canadian and New Zealand Studies Network.

Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing(external link)
Though published in partnership with Canadian indigenous organisations, this open access, peer reviewed journal primarily focuses on issues related to New Zealand and Australian indigenous population. The previous name of this journal was Pimatiziwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health.

Journal of New Zealand Studies(external link)
Stout Research Centre for New Zealand Studies(external link) at Victoria University of Wellington publishes this peer reviewed, open access journal.

Journal of the Polynesian Society(external link)
Full text of this journal with 18 months delay is available from this website. The archive of this journal, which provides access of full text articles up to 2016, is temporarily not available. You can send an inter loan request for older articles.

Junctures: The Journal for Thematic Dialogue(external link)
A multidisciplinary open access journal founded by Otago Polytechnic in 2003 as a forum for trans-disciplinary discussion, analysis, and critique. Each issue of Junctures is organised as a site of encounter around a theme.

Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences(external link)
Published by Royal Society of New Zealand, this open access, peer reviewed journal is an interdisciplinary journal that focuses on social science research in New Zealand.

MAI: A New Zealand Journal of Indigenous Scholarship(external link)  
This is an Open access and peer reviewed journal published on behalf of the Māori Association of Social Science that addresses indigenous and Pacific issues in the context of New Zealand. An earlier version of this journal, MAI Review, which was published from 2006 to 2011 is accessible from this archive(external link).

Maori Health Review(external link)
Maori Health Review is a regular update that helps to locate current research in the Maori Health area.

Oceania(external link)
This journal which focuses on anthropology and aboriginal studies in the Oceania region is accessible with a 12-month delay through EBSCO databases.

Pacific Dynamics(external link)
An online open access journal published by the Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies with the support of the UC Arts Digital Lab, University of Canterbury, New Zealand.

Scope: Kaupapa Kai Tahu(external link)
This open access journal, published by Otago Polytechnic Press, covers contemporary research topics from a Māori perspective.

Sites: A Journal of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies(external link)
This journal is a double-blind peer-reviewed open access journal dedicated to publishing scholarly papers which explore aspects of Pacific societies and cultures. Accessible with a 12-month delay, this journal is published by the Association of Social Anthropologists of Aotearoa New Zealand.

Te Ao Hou(external link)
Papers Past provides an archived version of Ao Hou, Te / The New World (1952—75) a bilingual quarterly published by the Maori Affairs Department, and printed by Pegasus Press.

Te Kaharoa: The ejournal on Indigenous Pacific Issues(external link)
Supported by Te Ara Poutama– The Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Development– at AUT University, this journal is an open access, refereed journal on indigenous issues in the Pacific.

Te Karaka(external link)
This  magazine is managed by Ngāi Tahu.

Te Reo(external link)
The official journal of the Linguistic Society of New Zealand(external link).

Te Tai Haruru Journal of Māori and Indigenous Issues(external link)
An open access law journal published Faculty of Law, University of Auckland.

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