Women of the Maori, Feat. History of Aotearoa New Zealand – Showcase

What was life like for women in New Zealand before the arrival of Europeans? The Maori are the main indigenous people of Aotearoa, or what we now call New Zealand, and the experience of Maori women was in many ways strikingly different. Here to tell us all about it is Thomas of the podcast History of Aotearoa New Zealand.

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References

Episode originally aired as:

12 – Ladies.” History of Aotearoa New Zealand Podcast. 2019, May 11.

Audio Credits

Podcast theme music mixed from “Gregorian Chant”, “Mystery Sax”, and “There It Is” by Kevin MacLeod

Image Credits

Pare Watene” by Gottfried Lindauer. Wikimedia. 1878.

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