Course Details
Ka Whawhai Tonu Mātou: Struggle and Resistance in Aotearoa and South Africa
Course Code HIST503
EFTS 0.1250
Points 15.00
Level 5
Download Course Descriptor
"The course examines parallel processes, significant events, and roles played by prominent leaders in political struggles, resistance movements and decolonisation across Aotearoa New Zealand and South Africa during the period 1945 to present. Students explore the legacy of leaders such as Nelson Mandela and Ranginui Walker, key markers like the Springbok rugby tour and Bastion Point, and more recent developments such as the occupation of Ihumatao. By comparing differences and similarities in the history of Māori opposition to colonisation and the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa, students gain a deeper understanding of how these processes continue to shape social and political landscapes in this part of the global south. "
No Resource is available.
The course is available as part of the following qualifications.
Expand to see requisite details. Points
  AK3704   Bachelor of Arts   (BA)
No requisite courses specified.
No timetable information is available.
Main Menu
Qualification Specialisations
Qualification Types
Qualifications by Faculty
Short Courses
Course Search
Academic Calendar
Downloadable Forms and Guides