Smith, H.L. (2023). Re-weaving thinking, re-thinking weaving: theorizing Indigenous arts practice as research methodology. Tierney, R.J., Rizvi, F., Erkican, K. Washington (Vol. 4).
Smith, H.J., Le Grice, J., Fonua, S., & Mayeda, D. T. (2022). Coloniality, institutional racism and white fragility: A wero to higher education. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education (Vol. 51(2)).
Smith, H., Frandi, A., Farnham, I., Morgan, E., Keepa, D., & Morunga, P. (2022). Growing Kaupapa Māori research capabilities and confidence through whanaungatanga as research mentorship. ePress Research with Impact (Vol. 1).
Smith, H J. (2022). I wear my pride upon my skin: Becoming more of who I am. Te Ira Tāngata (Vol. 2).
Smith, H.J., & Wolfgramm-Foliaki, E. (2021). 'We don't talk enough': voices from a Māori and Pasifika lead research fellowship in higher education. Higher Education Research and Development (Vol. 40(1)).
Smith, HLJ. (2021). Whatuora: Theorising a Kaupapa Māori arts-based methodology. MAI Journal (Vol. 10(2)).
Smith, H.J. (2020). "Cloaked in our aspirations": Māori mothers and grandmothers weaving stories from their past for the future. Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing (Vol. 5(1)).
Wolfgramm-Foliaki, E., & Smith, H.J. (2020). He vaka moana: Navigating Maori and Pasifika student success through a collaborative research fellowship. MAI Journal. A New Zealand Journal of Indigenous Scholarship (Vol. 9(1)).
Smith, H.J., & Wolfgramm-Foliaki, E. (2020). Igniting the Vä: Vä-kä methodology in a Mäori-Pasifika research fellowship. MAI Journal. A New Zealand Journal of Indigenous Scholarship, (Vol. 9(1)).
Smith, H.J. (2019). Theorizing '"new" Indigenous research methodology from "old" Indigenous weaving practice. Art/Research International, (Vol. 4(1)).
Smith, H.J. (2017). Whatuora: Whatu kākahu and living as Māori women. University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.
Smith, L.J. (2012). Tiriwā: A school marae and 'success as Māori';. University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.