Tia Reihana-Morunga (Ngāti Hine) has worked extensively in Indigenous arts education in in Australia, United Kingdom and Aotearoa, New Zealand. Currently a professional teaching fellow at the University of Auckland lecturing in dance education, history, and Contemporary Māori Performance, Tia also works extensively in Indigenous health. A doctoral candidate at the University of Auckland, her research explores community and formal sites of arts education, informed by Indigenous ways of knowing and doing.
Veröffentlichungen bei WAXMANN:
Arts Education around the World: Comparative Research Seven Years after the Seoul Agenda
2018, 424 Seiten, paperback, 44,90 €, ISBN 978-3-8309-3797-5
Artikel in der Zeitschrift „International Journal for Research in Cultural, Aesthetic, and Arts Education“
1. Jahrgang, 1/2023
Place as the Aesthetic: an Indigenous Perspective of Arts Education