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This year we are doing something different and providing extracts of certain books and organising a monthly podcast where we discuss with either the author or with others themes, research and the broader context of their work. There is no pressure for you to discuss these books nor participate in any conversation, rather the intention is merely to share knowledge and the work of some of our favourite writers. We only share extracts of each book, but encourage you to support small and local presses and independent bookstores.

If you feel like discussing these readings please email us, likewise if you have any texts you feel would be beneficial for us to read. 

Much of our interests lie within ideas around critical theory and discourse, decolonisation and radical political action. 

As much as we like to write, we love to read

2021 

RAAHUI 2021 #2

This week we will be reading


RAAHUI 2021 #2


This week we will be reading

Goori Reader #1
History, Memory and the Role of Cultural Organisations in Entrenching Colonisation in Australia and Beyond by Dr Gary Foley


Please email keitepaipress@gmail.com to get a PDF copy



RAAHUI 2021 #1

This week we will be reading

James Baldwin's The Fire Next time

You can download the pukapuka here

To listen to our conversation withe rangatira, John Miller 

The podcast is available here


MATARIKI 

This month we are reading

Jasbir K. Puar's The Right to Maim: Debility, Capacity, Disability 

You can download the pukapuka here


HARATUA 

This month we will be reading

The history of Maaori activism as outlined by Ranginui Walker in Ngā Pepa a Ranginui (The Walker Papers)

You can download this pukapuka here


PAENGA-WHAAWHAA

This month we will be reading

Antonio Gramsci's The Prison Notebooks

You can download this pukapuka here

To listen to our conversation with Wellington based writer, Giovanni Tiso on Antonio Gramsci

The podcast is available here


POUTUU TE RANGI


To begin this year we will be reading 
The introduction and first chapter 
in 
by Te Arawa and Ngaati Awa academic, Dr Maria Bargh. 
In the following panui club in Poutuu te tangi we will send out a podcast between ourselves and Bargh discussing this work

The podcast is also available here




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