Browsing Studies in Arts and Humanities Journal - Vol 3, No 2 (2017) by Title
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Politics, indigenous rights and resource ownership: Māori customary rights to the foreshore, seabed and fresh water in New Zealand (SAHKartell, 2017)Māori customary rights to natural resources are a contentious issue between Māori and the New Zealand government and between Maori and non-Māori. The values and principles inherent in a treaty signed in 1840 between Māori ...
(SAHKartell, 2017)This article reviews the Irish experience of plurilingual aspiration from three perspectives. It first relates the case for preserving and learning the Irish language to Ireland’s cultural development as an independent ...
(SAHKartell, 2017)Missie Collins is an Irish Traveller. She is a Pavee Point Primary Healthcare for Travellers worker. Missie and a group of Traveller women designed and handmade the Traveller Ethnicity Quilt to mark the official recognition ...
(SAHKartell, 2017)A new poem by Christodoulos Makris.