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Keegan

Dr Peter J Keegan

Dr Peter J Keegan
The University of Auckland

Biography

Peter was born and raised in Taranaki (West Coast, North Island, New Zealand). He has been living in Auckland (New Zealand) since December 2000.

He pepeha (tribal proverb)

Ko Pirongia te maunga
Ko Waipa te awa

Ko Waikato-Maniapoto te iwi

Ko Ngati Apakura te hapū
Ko Pūrekireki Wiwi te marae

Peter teaches in the School of Māori and Indigenous Education, Faculty of Education and Social Work, University of Auckland. He has a background in linguistics and assessment/measurement. Peter undertakes research on Māori language and Māori and indigenous education.

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