Book Chapters

  • 2021a. Te Hau ki Turanga - ein Symbol des Kampfes der Maori für Gerechtigkeit, In: Dolezalek, Isabelle, Bénédicte Savoy and Robert Skwirblies (eds.): Beute: Eine Anthologie zu Kunstraub und Kulturerbe, Berlin: Matthes & Seitz, pp. 200-206
  • 2021b. Etnografisch onderzoek ("Ethnographic Research") (co-authored with Martijn Koster en Joost Beuving), In: Scheepers, Peer en Hilde Tobi (eds.): Onderzoeksmethoden ("Research Methods"), Amsterdam: Boom (10th edition), pp. 269-305
  • 2020. Yanomami Violence and the Ethics of Anthropological Practices, In: Bos, Jaap (ed.): Research Ethics for Students in the Social Sciences, Cham: Springer, pp. 137-40
  • 2019a. The Culturalization of Citizenship in the Netherlands: Towards Cosmopolitan Sociabilities in a Neoliberal Epoch, In: Alma, Hans and Ina ter Avest (eds): Moral and Spiritual Leadership in an Age of Plural Moralities, Abingdon/New York: Routledge, pp. 221-43
  • 2019b. A Stranger-Anthropologist as Advocate of Maori Development Projects, In: Platenkamp, Jos and Almut Schneider (eds): Integration Strangers in Society: Perspectives from Elsewhere, Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 91-110
  • 2016. Etnografisch veldonderzoek ("Ethnographic Field Research"), In: Scheepers, Peer, Hilde Tobi and Hennie Boeije (eds.): Onderzoeksmethoden ("Research Methods"), Amsterdam: Boom, pp. 243-73 (co-authored with Martijn Koster, Hennie Boeije and Sophie Bolt)
  • 2015. Etnografisch veldonderzoek in ontwikkeling: van monoloog naar meerstemmigheid ("Ethnographic Field Research in the Making: From Monologue to Multivocality"), In: Driessen, Henk (ed): Het hart van de wetenschap: Over de waarde van veldwerk ("The Heart of Science: On the Value of Fieldwork"), Amsterdam: Wereldbibliotheek, pp. 93-108
  • 2014. Movement, Place-making, and Multiple Identifications: Multiplicities of Belonging, In: Hermann, Elfriede, Wolfgang Kempf and Toon van Meijl (eds.): Belonging in Oceania: Movement, Place-making, and Multiple Identifications, New York/Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 1-24 (co-authored with Wolfgang Kempf and Elfriede Hermann)
  • 2013a. Maori Collective Sleeping as Cultural Resistance, In: Glaskin, Katie & Richard Chenhall (eds.): Sleep Around the World: Anthropological Perspectives, Basingstoke/New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 133-49
  • 2013b. Ownership and Distribution in the Settlement of Maori Grievances:Balancing Historical and Social Justice between Classes, In: Barclay, Kate & Fiona McCormack (eds.): Engaging with Capitalism: Cases from Oceania, Bingley: Emerald, Research in Economic Anthropology, Volume 33, pp. 29-52
  • 2013c. Multiple Identifications of Multicultural Adolescents: Dialogues Between Tradition and Postmodernity in a Global Context, In: Hewlett, Bonnie L. (ed.): Adolescent Identity: Evolutionary, Cultural and Developmental Perspectives, New York/London: Routledge, pp. 203-21
  • 2012. Multiculturalism, Multiple Identifications and the Dialogical Self: Shifting Paradigms of Personhood in Sociocultural Anthropology. In H.J.M. Hermans and T. Gieser (eds.), Handbook of Dialogical Self Theory, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 98-114.
  • 2011a. "To Sing is to be Happy": The Dynamics of Contemporary Maori Musical Practices, In: Abels, Birgit (ed.): Austronesian Soundscapes: Performing Arts in Oceania and Southeast Asia, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press
  • 2011b. Community Development as Fantasy? A Case-Study of Contemporary Maori Society, In: Musharbash, Yasmine & Marcus Barber (eds.): Ethnography and the Production of Anthropological Knowledge: Essays in Honour of Nicolas Peterson, Canberra: ANU ePress, pp. 133-46 (see also http://epress.anu.edu.au/?p=111611)
  • 2011c. Maori Traditions in Analogy with the Past, In: Hermann, Elfriede (eds.): Changing Contexts, Shifting Meanings: Transformations of Cultural Traditions in Oceania, Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, pp. 263-76
  • 2010a. Anthropological Perspectives on Identity: From Sameness to Difference, In: Wetherell, Margaret & Chandra Talpade Mohanty (eds.): The Sage Handbook of Identities, London: Sage, pp. 63-81
  • 2010b. Introduction (co-authored with Huub de Jonge), In: Jonge, Huub de & Toon van Meijl (eds.): On the Subject of Labour: Essays in Memory of Frans Hüsken, Nijmegen: In de walvis, pp. 7-10
  • 2010c. Maori and Missionary Understandings of Work and Industry, In: Jonge, Huub de & Toon van Meijl (eds.): On the Subject of Labour: Essays in Memory of Frans Hüsken, Nijmegen: In de walvis, pp. 63-7
  • 2009a. Aspetti della leadership nelle società del Pacifico ("Aspects of Leadership in Pacific Societies"), In: Gnecchi-Ruscone, Elisabetta & Anna Paini (eds.): Antropologia dell'Oceania ("Anthropology of Oceania"), Milan: Raffaello Cortina, pp. 75-101 (in Italian)
  • 2009b. Tseremoniya dvizheniya ‘Maoriiskii korol'': etno-istoricheskaya interpretatsiya ("The Poukai Ceremony of the Maori King Movement: An Ethnohistorical Interpretation"), In: Kobishchanov, Yu. M. (ed.), Polyud'e. Vsemirno-istoricheskoe yavlenie ("Gafol: A Phenomenon of World History"), Moscow: Rosspen, pp. 405-18 (in Russian)
  • 2008a. Maori Nationalism, In: Herb, Guntram H. & David H. Kaplan (eds.): Nations and Nationalism: A Global Historical Overview, Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, Vol. 4, pp. 1855-63
  • 2008b. Maori Styles of Teaching and Learning, In: Jean Kommers & Eric Venbrux (eds.): Cultural Styles of Knowledge Transmission: Essays in Honour of Ad Borsboom, Amsterdam: Aksant, pp. 85-90
  • 2007. Metaphor and Hierachy in Maori Socio-Political Organisation, In: Bondarenko, Dmitri M. and Alexandre A. Nemirovskiy (eds.): Hierarchy and Power in the History of Civilizations, Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences, Center for Civilizational and Regional Studies, pp. 79-106
  • 2006a. The Paradox of Indigenous Rights: The Controversy around the Foreshore and the Seabed in New Zealand, In: Rata, Elizabeth and Roger Openshaw (eds.): Public Policy and Ethnicity: The Politics of Ethnic Boundary Making, Basingstoke/New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 66-80
  • 2006b. Who Owns the Fisheries? Changing Views of Property and its Redistribution in Post-colonial Maori Society, In: Benda-Beckmann, Franz von, Keebet von Benda-Beckmann & Melanie G. Wiber (eds.): Changing Properties of Property, New York/Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 170-93
  • 2005a. Cultural Fundamentalism and Hidden Dialogicality in Contemporary Maori Society, In: Oleś, Piotr K. and Hubert J. M. Hermans (eds.): The Dialogical Self: Theory and Research, Lublin: Wydawnictwo KUL, pp. 83-95
  • 2005b. Maori vissers tussen recht en gewoonte ("Maori fishermen between law and custom"), In: Hüsken, Frans & Huub de Jonge (eds.): Schemerzones en schaduwzijden: Opstellen over ambiguïteit in samenlevingen, Nijmegen: Roelants, pp. 110-15
  • 2004. Introduction: Shifting Images of Identity in the Pacific, In: Meijl, Toon van & Jelle Miedema (eds.): Shifting Images of Identity in the Pacific, Leiden: KITLV Press, pp. 1-20
  • 2003. Neuseeland, In: Gieler, Wolfgang (ed.): Handbuch der Ausländer- und Zuwanderungspolitik: Von Afghanistan bis Zypern, Hamburg/London: Lit Verlag, pp. 401-8
  • 2002. Culture and Crisis in Maori Society: The Tradition of Other and the Displacement of Self, In: Kolig, Erich & Hermann Mückler (eds.): Politics of Indigeneity in the South Pacific: Recent Problems of Identity in Oceania, Hamburg: Lit Verlag, Novara -Contributions to Research on the Pacific, Vol. I, pp. 47-71
  • 2000. The Politics of Ethnography in New Zealand, In: Jaarsma, Sjoerd R. and Marta A. Rohatynskyj (eds): Ethnographic Artifacts: Challenges to a Reflexive Anthropology, Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, pp. 86-103
  • 1999a. Introduction: Property Rights and Economic Development in Southeast Asia and Oceania (co-authored with Franz von Benda-Beckmann), In: Meijl, Toon van & Franz von Benda-Beckmann (eds): Property Rights and Economic Development: Land and Natural Resources in Southeast Asia and Oceania, London: Kegan Paul International, pp. 1-14
  • 1999b. Settling Maori Land Claims: Legal and Economic Implications of Political and Ideological Contests, In: Meijl, Toon van & Franz von Benda-Beckmann (eds): Property Rights and Economic Development: Land and Natural Resources in Southeast Asia and Oceania, London: Kegan Paul International, pp. 259-91
  • 1999c. Spiritualiteit als cultuurkritiek: over de bezieling van Maori acties voor een schoon milieu ("Spirituality as Culture Critique: On the Inspiration of Maori Actions for a Clean Environment"), In: Hoebink, Paul, Detlev Haude & Fons van der Velden (eds): Doorlopers en Breuklijnen: Van globalisering, emancipatie en verzet, Assen: Van Gorcum, pp. 303-18
  • 1998. Culture and Democracy Among the Maori, In: Wassmann, Jürg (ed.): Pacific Answers to Western Hegemony: Cultural Practices of Identity Construction, Oxford: Berg, pp. 389-415
  • 1997a. Continuïteit en verandering in de geschiedenis van de Maori Koningsbeweging ("Continuity and Change in the History of the Maori King Movement"), In: Franses, Philip, Annelies de Klein, Virginie Mamadouh & Jolanda v.d. Zee (eds.): Van frictie tot wetenschap, Amsterdam: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Yearbook 1995-1996 of the Association of ‘Fellows of the Academy', pp. 103-17
  • 1997b. The New Zealand Wars and the Maori King Movement, In: Denoon, Donald, Steward Firth, Jocelyn Linnekin, Malama Meleisea & Karen Nero (eds): TheCambridge History of the Pacific Islanders (In: Chapter 5, "Land, Labour and Independent Development", edited by Donald Denoon), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 164-72
  • 1997c. The Re-emergence of Maori Chiefs; ‘Devolution' as a Strategy to Maintain Tribal Authority, In: White, Geoffrey M. & Lamont Lindstrom (eds): Chiefs Today; Traditional Pacific Leadership and the Postcolonial State, Stanford: Stanford University Press, East-West Center Series on Contemporary Issues in Asia and the Pacific, pp. 84-107
  • 1997d. The Treaty of Waitangi Reconsidered, In: Denoon, Donald, Steward Firth, Jocelyn Linnekin, Malama Meleisea & Karen Nero (eds): TheCambridge History of the Pacific Islanders (In: Chapter 12, "The Ideological World Remade", edited by Jocelyn Linnekin), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 400-403
  • 1996. Community Development Among the New Zealand Maori: The Tainui Case, In: Blunt, Peter & D. Michael Warren (eds): Indigenous Organizations and Development, London: Intermediate Technology Publications, Studies in Indigenous Knowledge and Development, pp. 193-213
  • 1995. De poukai cyclus van de Maori Koningsbeweging: een etnohistorische interpretatie van een ceremonie ("The poukai cycle of the Maori King Movement: An Ethnohistorical Interpretation of a Ceremony"), In: Claessen, H.J.M. (ed.): Over de weg: De Betekenis van infrastructurele voorzieningen in en voor Vroege Staten, Leiden: University of Leiden, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Cultural Anthropology and Sociology of Non-Western Societies, pp. 107-27
  • 1994a. The Attack of Maori Chief Hone Heke Pokai on the Flagpole at Kororareka; Changing Patterns of Leadership in Nineteenth Century New Zealand, In: Van Bakel, Martin, Renée Hagesteijn & Pieter van de Velde (eds): Pivot Politics; Changing Cultural Identities in Early State Formation Processes, Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis, pp. 247-69
  • 1994b. Introduction: European Imagery and the Colonial History of the Pacific (co-authored with Paul van der Grijp), In: Meijl, Toon van & Paul van der Grijp (eds): European Imagery and Colonial History in the Pacific, Saarbrücken: Breitenbach, Nijmegen Studies in Development and Cultural Change, No. 19, pp. 1-13
  • 1994c. The Maori as Warrior; Ideological Implications of a Historical Image, In: Meijl, Toon van & Paul van der Grijp (eds): European Imagery and Colonial History in the Pacific, Saarbrücken: Breitenbach, Nijmegen Studies in Development and Cultural Change, No. 19, pp. 49-63
  • 1993. Maori Meeting-Houses in and over Time, In: Fox, James J. (ed.): Inside Austronesian Houses; Perspectives on Domestic Designs for Living, Canberra: Australian National University (Research School of Pacific Studies, Department of Anthropology), Comparative Austronesian Project, pp. 194-218
  • 1991. Indigenous People in a Fourth World Perspective; Some Theoretical Reflections Illustrated with Examples from the New Zealand Maori, In: Maddock, Kenneth (ed.): Land, Identity and Liberty: Studies in theFourth World, Nijmegen/Sydney: Institute for Cultural and Social Anthropology & Centre for Pacific Studies, Sociaal Antropologische Cahiers XXIV, pp. 19-48
  • 1990. De Maori als krijger; Ideologische implicaties van een historisch beeld ("The Maori as Warrior; Ideological Implications of a Historical Image"), In: Corbey, R. & P. v. d. Grijp (eds): Natuur en cultuur; Beschouwingen op het raakvlak van antropologie en filosofie, Baarn: Ambo, pp. 217-31
  • 1987a. Ambivalente ontwikkelingen in de geschiedenis van Nieuw Zeeland; Een aanzet tot herinterpretatie van de Maori Koningsbeweging ("Ambivalent Developments in New Zealand History; Initiating a Re-Interpretation of the Maori King Movement"), In: Borsboom, A. and J. Kommers (eds): Processen van kolonisatie en dekolonisatie in de Pacific; Onderzoek en verkenning, Nijmegen: Centre for Studies of Australia and Oceania, Sociaal Antropologische Cahiers XX, pp. 265-92
  • 1987b. De vertekening van het subject; Naar een verklaring van de ideologische praktijk ("The Distortion of the Subject; Towards an Explanation of Ideological Practice"), In: Grijp, P. v. d., T. Lemaire and A. Trouwborst (eds): Sporen in de antropologie; Liber amicorum Jan Pouwer, Nijmegen: Institute for Cultural and Social Anthropology, pp. 179-98