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No. 45 (December 1963)
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The anthropologist Dr I. H. Kawharu is back in New Zealand after spending the greater part of the past twelve months in South East Asia, Italy and England. Seconded from the Department of Maori Affairs, he has been engaged in United Nations work connected with technical assistance to under-developed countries.

Dr Kawharu carried out extensive research on Maori land tenure in 1961 and 1962, and later, at Oxford University, received a doctorate for his thesis on this subject. His 100,000 word report on the consequences of the individualisation of Maori land titles, and recent trends in supervised credit is expected to be made available in New Zealand soon.