Work In Progress

Book Manuscript: (in preparation). 'Of Land & Bodies: Rewriting Rape on Indigenous Territory.'

Cavino, H. M. (in preparation). Interrupting the IRB: Indigenous Research Ethics in the Settler Colonial Institution. Journal article.



Cavino, H. M. (2019). 'He Would Not Listen To A Woman: Decolonizing Gender Through The Power of Pūrākau.' In Jo-Ann Archibald Q’um Q’um Xiiem, Jenny Lee-Morgan, Jason De Santolo (Eds.). 'Decolonizing Research: Indigenous Storywork as Methodology'. London: Zed Books.

Cavino, H. M. (2019). 'Holding Space: Centering Mana Wāhine Ethics in Historical Trauma Research.' In Cherryl Smith & Rāwiri Tinirau (Eds.). He Rau Murimuri Aroha: Wāhine Māori Insights into Historical Trauma & Healing. Whanganui: Te Atawhai O Te Ao.

Cavino, H. M. (2016). ‘Intergenerational Sexual Violence and Whānau in Aotearoa /New Zealand—Pedagogies of Contextualization and Transformation’. Sexual Abuse in Australia and New Zealand: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 7 (1). Special Edition: Cultural & Indigenous Issues in Sex Abuse Practice & Research.

Cavino, H. M. (2013). ‘Across the Colonial Divide: Conversations about Evaluation in Indigenous Contexts’. American Journal of Evaluation, 34 (3) pp. 339-355.


Other Work

Cavino, H. M. (2017). Towards a Method of Belonging: Contextualizing Sexual Violence in Māori World's. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York.

Halbert-Crowe, H. (1998). In The Eye of the Beholder: Māori Women's Perception of Beauty/Ataahua. Unpublished master's thesis. University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Ikin, K., Neill, B., Halbert-Crowe, H., Hewson, D., Huata, H., Masters, B. A., & Tuuata-Wellington, R. (1997). Nga whanau o roto o Kirikiriroa Whanau in Hamilton: their needs and aspirations, and the provision of services. Hamilton: Te Runanga o Kirikiriroa and University of Waikato.



Image credit: Popotahi. Pātea country. Old lady tangi-ing [21 Jan 1862]. Crawford, James Coutts, 1817-1889. Sketchbook of a trip up the Wanganui River, December 13, 1861-Jan 8, 1862. Ref: E-041-009. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand.