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Michael P. Belgrave

Professor In History

Massey University

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Massey University

New Zealand

Company Description

The Coastal-Marine Research Group (C-MRG) is established under the auspices of the Institute of Natural and Mathematical Sciences (INMS) at Massey University, Albany, New Zealand. Our team of staff and postgraduate students undertake marine ecological research...more

Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professor

Social Policy


Research Manager

Waitangi


Affiliations

The University of Auckland

Founder


Web References(18 Total References)


The Treaty on the Ground: Where we are headed, and why it matters

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Professor Michael Belgrave is a professor in history in the School of Humanities at Massey University and has many years' experience as a Waitangi Tribunal researcher.


Members A-F

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Michael Belgrave
Massey University, New Zealand


From Empire's Servant to Global Citizen: A History of Massey University

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A narrow view of the university which concentrates only on individuals, only on their success in employment and income, is a serious risk to our democracy and Massey's role as a global citizen.' - Michael Belgrave, Auckland, November 2016
In From Empire's Servant to Global Citizen, distinguished historian Professor Michael Belgrave details the academic determination and political will that drove Massey's creation, and the myriad changes across its history. Professor Michael Belgrave is a foundation member of Massey University's Albany campus, and a highly regarded historian. He was previously research manager of the Waitangi Tribunal and has continued to work on Treaty of Waitangi research and settlements, providing substantial research reports into a wide number of the Waitangi Tribunal's inquiries. More recently he has been heavily involved in negotiating the historical aspects of treaty settlements with a number of iwi. He has published widely on Treaty and Mori history. His book Historical Frictions: Maori Claims and Reinvented Histories explores the way that, generation after generation, Mori claims have been articulated in the courts and in settlements.


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Michael Belgrave
Massey University, New Zealand


www.nzherald.co.nz

Leading the call for better scholarship is Massey University associate professor of history Michael Belgrave."Errors, inconsistencies and poor use of historical sources in the Agreed Historical Account led us to the suspicion that the process had significant, even fatal, deficiencies," Belgrave and colleague Dr Grant Young said in their evidence.Belgrave told the tribunal what was missing from the Crown documents now released was a clear outline of the principles by which the Crown would act."You need to have a much more rigorous process for working out how custom should be recognised, and in particular how it should be denied," he replies to Crown lawyer Peter Andrew.He describes the present process as the Crown receiving any information given to it, but with the fore-boding that much of it was going into a black hole.


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