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Politics
Author: Paul Moon
ISBN: 0908990766
Subcategory: Anthropology
Pages 240 pages
Publisher David Ling Publishing Limited (2001)
Language English
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.1
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Moon's 2001 biography of Hone Heke caused a major controversy because of its treatment of Bishop Jean Baptiste .

Moon's 2008 book This Horrid Practice, in which he discusses cannibalism amongst historical Māori, has also drawn criticism

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Home Paul Auster Moon Palace. One of the best books I’ve rea. rom first paragraph to last Moon Palace is absolutely superb. If there’s literary justice, Thomas Effing will become as fam’liar to American readers as Huck Finn, Scarlett O’Hara, and Captain Augustus McCrae. Published by the Penguin Group. Penguin Group (USA) In. 375 Hudson Street, New York, New York 10014, .

Their citation for Paul Moon's book Encounters: The Creation of New .

Their citation for Paul Moon's book Encounters: The Creation of New Zealand explained the basis for its shortlisting: ‘This volume engages with a wide range of source material especially imagery, narratives and sites to explore how New Zealand has been imagined across two centuries

Paul Moon holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Studies, a Master of Philosophy degree with .

Paul Moon holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Studies, a Master of Philosophy degree with distinction, a Master of Arts degree with honours, and a Doctor of Philosophy, and in 2003, was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society at University College London Māori cannibalism.

Dr Paul Moon is Professor of History at Auckland University of Technology. Among his twenty-five published books are A Savage Country: The untold story of New Zealand in the 1820s; This Horrid Practice: The myth and reality of traditional Maori cannibalism; A History of New Zealand in the Twentieth Century; biographies of Governors Hobson, FitzRoy and the Ngāpuhi chief Hone Heke; and Encounters: The creation of New Zealand, which was shortlisted for the.

Paul Moon is a New Zealand historian and a professor at the Auckland University of Technology. In addition to writing books, Moon is a frequent contributor to national and international academic journals on a variety of history-related topics.