ⓘ Brendan Hokowhitu. After a 2001 PhD titled Te mana Māori: Te tātari i ngā kōrero parau at the University of Otago, Hokowhitu moved to the University of Alberta ..

                                     

ⓘ Brendan Hokowhitu

After a 2001 PhD titled Te mana Māori: Te tātari i ngā kōrero parau at the University of Otago, Hokowhitu moved to the University of Alberta in Edmonton and then to the University of Waikato, rising to full professor.

In 2019, Hokowhitu was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand.

                                     

1. Selected works

  • Hokowhitu, Brendan. "Physical beings: Stereotypes, sport and thephysical educationof New Zealand Māori." Culture, Sport, Society 6, no. 2-3 2003: 192–218.
  • Hokowhitu, Brendan. "Tackling Maori masculinity: A colonial genealogy of savagery and sport." The Contemporary Pacific 16, no. 2 2004: 259–284.
  • Jackson, Steven J., and Brendan Hokowhitu. "Sport, tribes, and technology: The New Zealand All Blacks haka and the politics of identity." Journal of Sport and Social Issues 26, no. 2 2002: 125–139.