1 Jan 2009

MacMillan Brown lecture 3, 2009

From The Macmillan Brown Lectures, 9:03 am on 1 January 2009

The 2009 Macmillan Brown lectures explore how Maori culture operates as a force for New Zealand's social and scientific advancement. In this third lecture, Professor Michael Walker argues that increasing Maori participation in science could expand its intellectual scope and strengthen its practice.

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