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  • Writer's pictureBrent Kerehona Pukepuke-Ahitapu

Author's article published by Cambridge

It's always wonderful to welcome researchers to the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and earlier this year we were delighted to welcome Brent Kerehona Pukepuke-Ahitapu, an educator, author, historian, and Māori cultural practitioner, on his fourth research visit to Cambridge.

Whilst at MAA Brent viewed a number of taonga (artefacts) from Aotearoa (New Zealand) and in his blog post he explores the discoveries he made and shares his insight into the cultural treasures cared for by the museum. He also discusses his previous visits to Cambridge whilst researching Māori chief Hongi Hika, who stayed in the city for four months in 1920.

To discover more about Brent's research read his blog post at the Digital Lab:

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