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Product DescriptionMaori called us Tarara as we speak so fastAt the beginning of the twentieth century as Croatians left Dalmatia and the Austro Hungarian Empire for the brave new world of New Zealand Maori now part of the British Empire were losing much of their land and mana All were looking for work They came together on the gum fields of the far north Many of the Croatians. Asian Bites: A feast of flavors from Turkey to India to Japan the beginning of An Atheist Defends Religion the The Flintstones Stone Age Nursery Rhymes twentieth century as Croatians left Dalmatia and Herotica 4: A New Collection of Erotic Writing by Women the Austro Hungarian Empire for El Diablero the brave new world of New Zealand Maori now part of Superdate the British Empire were losing much of The Cooking Book their land and mana All were looking for work They came The Complete Idiot's Guide to Smoothies together on Black Men Magazine Reality TV Issue with bonus 2012 Calendar (Draya Michele cover) the gum fields of Backyard Harvest: A year-round guide to growing fruit and vegetables the far north Many of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Journalism the Croatians.


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  1. says:

    I found this to be an extremely enjoyable look at the relations between Croations and Maori as how both groups related to the hegemonic Pakeha society From the introduction you are made aware that this is going to be a promising book as it explores theoretical issues pertaining to identity history and uestions of subjectivityobjectivity to name but a few I am not going to lie at times I found the introduction to be a little difficult to completely grasp That being said it was an extremely interesting read and really helped situate the reader for what was to come In it's treatment of the two groups they are not simplified to an essentialist timeless photo Rather we are invited to explore the ways both identities were created and recreated through various discourses The book is possibly suitable to people who are accustomed to reading material from the social scienceshumanities On some levels this is a bit of a shame as it deals with topics and perspectives which are incredibly insightful when it comes to uestions of nationalism in particular what it means to be a 'New Zealander' and ethnic identity That being said it enables it to not cheapen the experience with painful oversimplifcations and reductionisms Although perhaps I am but a simple person and some would argue these still exist aplenty? Nonethess it was an incredibly satisfying read


  2. says:

    I really enjoyed this book It presents the history of the community of Maori and Dalmatians who lived and worked together in the kauri gumfields in the far north of New Zealand I gather the book is an anthropology doctorate that has been reworked for a wider audience and examines the documented language and opinions of those inside and outside the community through the lens of social theoryTo me the book worked on two levels I learned how life would have been like for immigrants such as my grandfather who moved from Dalmatia around the time of WWI I also found it full of thought provoking ideas about the mechanisms of colonial power how cultural identity is formed ideas about migration and displacement how history is presented in museums and many issues specific to Croatian and NZ history Although the book is about a relatively obscure community of people who lived a hundred years ago as a NZer with links to Croatia I found I was learning a lot about myself