"Educating the Maori" and The Maori Record (1904-1907): Indigenous Education and Print Culture in New Zealand

Cristina Stanciu

Virginia Commonwealth University

Cristina Stanciu is an assistant professor of English at Virginia Commonwealth University. Her essays have appeared in American Indian Quarterly, Multi-Ethnic Literatures of the United States, Studies in American Indian Literatures, College English, The Chronicle of Higher Education and other publications. She is the co-editor of Our Democracy and the American Indian and Other Writings by Laura Cornelius Kellogg (Syracuse UP) 2015 and the co-editor of a special issue of the journal MELUS, “Pedagogy in Anxious Times” (Winter 2017). She is completing a monograph, The Makings and Unmakings of Americans: Indians and Immigrants in American Literature and Culture, 1879-1924 (Yale).


Although the education of Maori students shares more differences than similarities to the education of indigenous students in other settler nations like the US, Canada, and Australia, it nonetheless shares similar militant... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Cristina Stanciu (Virginia Commonwealth University)

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Indigenous Textualities: Native Americans, Writing, and Representation


S1 » Seminar 1: Indigenous Textualities: Native Americans, Writing, and Representation (08:00 - Thursday, 22nd March, Boardroom East)

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