Teaching in 2020
- as Course Coordinator and Lecturer
- as Course Coordinator and Lecturer
PhD The University of Auckland, BA The University of Auckland
Ko Rongomaiwahine, Ngati Kahungunu me Ngati Tuwharetoa oku iwi, e tipu ake ahau ki Mahia.
My Māori nations are Rongomaiwahine, Ngati Kahungunu and Ngati Tuwharetoa and I am raised on my ancestral homeland of Mahia peninsula. My research includes critiquing education from a counter-hegemonic position. Alongside this, I am also interested in Māori young people, race and culture, cultural identity and critical white studies.
I will supervise PhD students who are interested in exploring cognative/social/spatial/temporal injustice in the following areas:
- Māori and indigenous youth
- Culture and indigenous studies
- Counter-hegemonic education
- Knowledge production
- Place—An emphasis is placed on indigenous understandings of place.
Current Research Projects
Promising futures—Kia whakapiri mai: Bridging the home and away divide to enhance engagement. 2019–2021. With Arama Rata, University of Waikato. Funded by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, Māori Centre of Research Excellence.
He taonga te wareware: Remembering and forgetting New Zealand’s colonial past Marsden Fund Award. 2019–2021. With Joanna Kidman, Victoria University of Wellington, Vincent O’Malley, History Works.
Ngā Moemoea ō Ᾱpōpō: Indigenous youth dreaming the future. Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, Māori Centre of Research Excellence. 2016–2019. With Joanna Kidman, Victoria University of Wellington and Huia Tomlins-Jahnke, Massey University.
Post Graduate counter-hegemonic reading and writing group: 2019—ongoing.
Māhia Whangawehi Protection Society Wahi Tapu documentation: 2012—ongoing.
Hine Funaki. Māori experiences of university education. PhD at Victoria University of Wellington.
Avery Smith. Schools as agents of socialization. PhD at Victoria University of Wellington.
Alana Springer. Co-managing the commons: Contextualizing the cross-scale linkages in Aotearoa New Zealand’s customary fishing Reserves. PhD at Stanford University, California, U.S.A.
Selected Publications and Research Dissemination
Ormond, A. (2018). Invited panel member for doctoral induction symposium. Victoria University of Wellington, Aotearoa/New Zealand. 27 November.
Ormond, A. (2018, November). Indigenous Māori youth identity: Meaning making through relationality. Oceania Comparative and International Education Society. Victoria University of Wellington, Aotearoa/New Zealand. 19–22 November.
Ormond, A. (2018). The connection between young Māori, food, people, time and place. Inaugural Ka Pai i te Kai Symposium. Abel Tasman Mercure Hotel. Centre for Applied Cross Cultural Research, School of Psychology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. 18 November.
Ormond, A., Kidman, J. & Jahnke H. (2018). Indigenous youth: Navigating the present and future. Paper presented at the Youth Futures: Connection and Mobility in the Asia Pacific conference. Alfred Deakin Institute, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia. 15–17 November.
Kidman, J. & Ormond, A. & Tomlins-Jahnke, H. (2018). Ngā moemoea ō āpōpō: Empowering taiohi Māori for the future. International Indigenous Research conference. Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, University of Auckland. 13–16 November.
Rata, A., Ormond, A., Kukutai, T., Kidman, J., Jahnke, H., Sciascia, A., Edwards, W., & Te Huia, A. (2018). Kia Whakapiri Mai: Bridging the ‘home and away’ divide between governance entities and their members. International Indigenous Research conference. Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, University of Auckland. 13–16 November.
Magaga, I., De La Torre L., & Ormond. A. (2018). Educating for Subordination? From ‘silences and whispers’, to collective action and self determination: How Melanesian and Maori indigenous people are rethinking and enacting education in the Pacific. Paper presented at Vaka Pasifiki Education Conference 2018, Suva, Fiji. 5–6 July.
Ormond, A. (2018). Māori youth: The future of indigenous rural community. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association annual meeting. New York. The United States of America. 13–17 April.
Ahmed, S., Fine, M., Fox, M., Ormond, A. & Torre, M. (2018, April). Māori youth: Critical hope and vision. In Critical Participatory Action Research as Resistance in Revolting Times: Towards Critical Hope and Critical Imagination. Presidential session presented at the American Educational Research Association annual meeting. New York. The United States of America. 13–17 April.
Ormond, A. (2018). Research participant, whānau and community project feedback and follow up. Research meeting for Taiohi Māori and the future research project. Māhia peninsula. Hawke’s Bay. New Zealand.
Ormond, A., (2017). Rangatahi: Orientation to community, place and the future. Presented at 4th Childhood Studies colloquium. Victoria University of Wellington.