Faculty of Arts - Department of Māori Studies (Te Wānanga o Waipapa)
Distinguished Professor Dame Anne Salmond
DBE, CBE, FANAS, FRSNZ, FBA, FNZAH, PhD (Penn)
Distinguished Professor of Māori Studies and Anthropology
Māori society, indigenous cultures and lives.
Aphrodite’s Island: the European Discovery of Tahiti. A book about early exchanges between islanders and Europeans in Tahiti.
The Paradise of the World: William Bligh and Tahiti. A book about the mutiny on the Bounty, and Captain Bligh’s three visits to Tahiti.
Te Ao Tawhito. Māori life just before first contact with Europeans.
In press, "Tupaia, the Navigator Priest", in Tangata o le Moana: The Story of Pacific People in New Zealand (Wellington, Te Papa Press).
2008, "Voyaging Exchanges: Tahitian Pilots and European Navigators", in eds. Di Piazza, Anne and Pearthree, Erik, Canoes of the Grand Ocean (Oxford, BAR International Series).
2008, "Voyaging Worlds", 2007 Hakluyt Lecture, Hakluyt Society, London.
2006, "Ancestral Places", in ed. Kynan Gentry and Gavin McLean, Heartlands: New Zealand Historians write about where history happened (Auckland, Penguin Books), 135-144.
2006, "Two Worlds", in ed. K.R. Howe, Vaka Moana: Voyages of the Ancestors (Auckland, David Bateman and Auckland Museum), 246-269.
2005, "Cross-Cultural Voyaging in the Pacific: The First Spanish Visits to Tahiti 1772-1776" in Spain's Legacy in the Pacific, special issue Mains'l Haul, A Journal of Pacific Maritime History 41/4 and 42/1, 54-65.
2005, "Their Body is Different, Our Body is Different: European and Tahitian Navigators in the Eighteenth Century", History and Anthropology, 16/2, 167-186.
2003, The Trial of the Cannibal Dog: Captain Cook in the South Seas (London, Penguin UK; New Haven, Auckland, Penguin NZ).
Recent Honours and Distinctions
2009 - Foreign Associate, US National Academy of Sciences;
2008 - Fellow of the British Academy (corresponding);
2008 - Waitangi Rua Rau Tau Lecture, New Zealand Parliament, Wellington;
2008 - Keynote Lecture, International Cartographic Society, Wellington;
2007 - Hakluyt Lecture for the Hakluyt Society, London;
2007 - Montana Prize for History for Vaka Moana, contributing author;
2007 - Founding Fellow, New Zealand Academy of the Humanities;
2006 - Visiting Professor, École des Haute Études, France;
2005 - Special Lecture, International Congress for Historical Sciences, Sydney;
2004 - Prime Minister’s Award for Literary Achievement;
2004 - Montana Medal for Non-Fiction for The Trial of the Cannibal Dog: Captain Cook in the South Seas;
2004 - Visiting Fellow, Cross-cultural Research Centre, Australian National University;
2004 - Caird Fellow, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, United Kingdom;
2002 - Distinguished Professor, The University of Auckland.