The Cross-Cultural Corridor: Performing Māori/Pākehā Identities
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This thesis (exegesis and creative art practice) draws on my experience of living as a Māori/Pākehā. Through autoethnography exegesis and artwork I draw on my experiences living within a cross-cultural corridor as a Māori/Pākehā. I research historical discourses, racial categories and theories to uncover mixed identity, which I call inbetweeness. This research offers a voice to acknowledged and resists the ambiguous position we are placed in throughout Aotearoa/New Zealand, Australia and beyond.