Salmond, Mary Anne
SALMOND, Mary Anne
SALMOND, Mary Anne. New Zealander, b. 1945. Genres: Anthropology/ Ethnology, Language/Linguistics. Career: University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, temporary junior lecturer, 1967, part-time lecturer, 1968, lecturer, 1971-75, senior lecturer, 1976-88, associate professor, 1989-91, professor of Maori studies and social anthropology, 1991-. Cambridge University, Cambridge, England, lecturer, 1981. Melbourne Writers Festival, visiting writer, 1992; Alexander Turnbull Library, founder lecturer, 1992. Publications: A Generative Syntax of Luangiua, 1974; A Luangiua (Ontong Java) Word List, 1975; Hui: A Study of Maori Ceremonial Gatherings, 1975; Amiria: The Life Story of a Maori Woman, 1976, abridged ed. as For Better, for Worse, 1979; (with E. Stirling) Eruera: The Teachings of a Maori Elder, 1980; (ed.) Early Eyewitness Accounts of Maori Life, Vol. 1: Extracts of the Journals of the Ship St. Jean Baptiste, 1769, 1982, Vol. 2: Extracts from Journals Relating to the Visit to New Zealand in May-July 1772 of the French Ships the Mascarin and the Marquis de Castries, 1985, Vols. 3-4: Extracts from New Zealand Journals Written on Ships under the Command of d'Entrecasteaux and Duperry, 1783 and 1824, 1986; Two Worlds: First Meetings between Maori and Europeans, 1642-1772, 1991; Between Worlds, 1997. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor to scholarly journals and newspapers. Address: 14 Glen Road, Devonport, Auckland, New Zealand.