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Conducting research in indigenous communities

Monday 22 August 2022 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Culture, National

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Conducting research in indigenous communities
Ulamila Kura-i-Marrie Vakalalabure-Wragg. Photo: UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY

Cook Islander Ulamila Kura-i-Marie Vakalalabure Wragg, a PhD candidate at the University of Canterbury, is working on a thesis focusing on gender, power and land innovation in the Cook Islands and Fijian culture.

Cook Islander Ulamila Kura-i-Marie Vakalalabure Wragg, a PhD candidate at the University of Canterbury, is working on a thesis focusing on gender, power and land innovation in the Cook Islands and Fijian culture.


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