Paul Moon

Dr Paul Moon is Professor of History at Auckland University of Technology. He has written several books focusing on nineteenth-century New Zealand history, and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society at University College, London. Paul was born in Auckland in 1968.

Books
Jan 25, 2018

Compulsion could kill the Māori language

Paul Moon, author of the controversial new book Killing Te Reo, argues that making te reo Māori a compulsory school subject is the worst thing we could do to preserve the language.

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Books
May 31, 2017

Are we really just meat and nothing more?: Dr Paul Moon reviews a new study of cannibalism

Eat Me, a new study of the history and science of cannibalism, squanders the opportunity to present new insights, writes Paul Moon.

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