Tui Matelau

Senior Lecturer, Academic Leader
Bridging Education
Location: Building 170, Room 2067


Matelau, T. M. (2017). How is the creative identity of female Maori and Pacific artists co-produced? A study of life stories using vertical layers of discourse. New Zealand Discourse Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Matelau, T, M. (2017). Ethnic identity of visual artists: A comparative study between a Māori visual artist and a Samoan visual artist. Comparativism, Identity, Communication (CIC2017), Craiova, Romania.

Matelau, T. (2016). Who is June? How frozen actions and nexus of practice reveal the identity elements of a female artist. 8th International Conference on Multimodality, Cape Town, South Africa.

Matelau, T., Sheehan, S., & Meijnen, A. (2015). Using the Students' Perspective in Programme Design. Forum of Foundation and Bridging Educations New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand.

Matelau, T. (2015). Networks and institutions: layers of discourse that enforce Māori identities. New Zealand Discourse Conference, AUT, Auckland, New Zealand.

Pirini, J., Norris, S., Greenen, J., & Matelau, T. (2014). Studying social actors: Some thoughts on ethics. Norris, S. & Maier, C.D. Berlin.

Matelau, T. (2014). Vertical identity production and Maori identity. Norris, S. & Maier, C.D. Berlin.

Matelau, T. (2013). Poems on Māori identity: From multimodal interaction analysis to poetry. Multimodal Communication (Vol. 2(1)).

Matelau, T. M. (2013). Female Māori identity: a multimodal interaction analysis. Auckland University of Tecnology, Auckland, New Zealand.

Matelau, T., and Kayes, A. (2012). Telling our stories. Inaugural Conference of Foundation and Bridging Educations New Zealand. Auckland, New Zealand: University of Auckland. 3-4 December 2012.