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1 'Whatever Happened to Poor Mr Yate?', 1975 -- 2 'The Lost Drawing of Nukutawhiti', 1980 -- 3. 'Tuki's Universe', 1987 -- 4. 'Ancestral Voices: Maori Prophet Leaders', 1990 -- 5. 'Maori Oral Narratives, Pakeha Written Texts: Two Forms of Telling History', 2001 -- 6. 'Maungapohatu Revisited: Or, How the Government Underdeveloped a Maori Community', 1983 -- 7. 'Myth and Explanation in the Ringatu Tradition. Some aspects of the leadership of Te Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki and Rua Kenana Hepetipa', 1984 -- 8. 'Two Maori Portraits: Adoption of the Medium', 1992 -- 9. 'Some Observations on the Status of Maori Women', 1992 -- 10. 'Te Mana Tuatoru: The Rohe Potae of Tuhoe', 1997 -- 11. 'Songlines from Aotearoa', 1999 -- 12. 'Te Umutaoroa: The Earth Oven of Long Cooking', 2001 -- 13. 'Tom Ryan's Sketches of Te Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki', 2003 -- 14. 'Bringing the Stories Back Home', 2004 -- 15. 'In-Between Lives: Studies from Within a Colonial Society', 2006 -- 16. 'When the White Kawau Flies', 2007 -- 17. 'Papahurihia, Pukerenga, Te Atua Wera and Te Nakahi: How Many Prophets?', 2007 -- 18. 'Te Upokokohua: the Curse of Confiscation on Te Urewera', 2009 -- 19. 'The Misses Lundon and the "White Blackguards", 2010 -- 20. 'Portait of a Maori Woman, 1887', due 2010 -- 21. 'Stories without End', March 2010.

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Judith Binney, DCNZM, FRSNZ, was born in Australia in 1940 and educated at Auckland University, where she is Professor Emeritus of History. She is the author of numerous books of New Zealand history, and in 1996 won the Montana Book of the Year Award for her biography of Te Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki, Redemption Songs. In 2006, the Prime Minister's Award (2006) honoured her particular contribution to Maori history.

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