Naepi, S. (2019). Knowledge Making: Indigenous Undergraduate Research as Cultural and Language Revitalisation, Canadian Journal of Native Education 41(1).  85-102

Naepi, S. and Airini (2019). Knowledge Makers Increasing Indigenous Student Engagement, Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research 2(3), 52-60.

McNamara, R and Naepi, S. (2018). Decolonizing Community Psychology by Supporting Indigenous Knowledge, Projects, and Students: Lessons from Aotearoa New Zealand and Canada Special issue of the American Journal of Community Psychology 62. 340-349

Naepi, S. and Airini (2018). Be the Real Me: Learning from Knowledge Makers. Knowledge Makers 3. 58-62

Naepi, S., McNeil-Seymour, J., & Airini. (2018). Foreword. Knowledge Makers.  3. 2-4.

Naepi, S. (2017). The Lessons We Carry with Us, Knowledge Makers, 2. 85-86

Airini and Naepi, S. (2017). Foreword, Knowledge Makers, 2 2-5

Naepi, S. (2016). Indigenous Feminisms: A South Pacific Perspective, Canadian Graduate Journal for Social Justice. 1. 1-10

Naepi, S. (2016). Answering the Call, Knowledge Makers, 1. 55

Naepi, S. and Airini (2016). Foreword, Knowledge Makers, 1. 2-4

Naepi, S. (2015) Navigating the Currents of Kaupapa Māori and Pan-Pacific Research Methodologies, Mai: A New Zealand Journal of Indigenous Scholarship   4(1). 71-84

Book Chapters

Naepi, S and Manuela S. (2019). Pacific Peoples, Media and Cultural Resistance. In Ratuva, S (Eds), Global Handbook on Ethnicity, Palgrave-Macmillan

Naepi, S. (2018). Pacific Peoples, Feminisms and Higher Education. In Icaza, R., Rutazibwa, O. and de Jong S. (Eds), Decolonization and Feminisms in Global Teaching and Learning, Routledge

Airini., and Naepi, S. (2018). A Notch in my Heart: University practices that help Canadian first-generation student success. In Bell, A and Santamaria, L. (Eds), Understanding Experiences of First-Generation University Students: Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Methodologies,Bloomsbury Publishing, London

Naepi, S., Stein, S., Ahenakew, C., and Andreotti, V. (2017). A Cartography of Higher Education Attempts at Inclusion and Insights from Pasifika scholarship. In Major, J. (Eds), Global Teaching: Southern Perspectives on Working with Diversity Palgrave Macmillan

Ahenakew, C., & Naepi, S. (2015). The difficult task of turning walls into tables. In A. Macfarlane, M. Webber & S. Macfarlane (Eds), Sociocultural realities: Exploring new horizons. Canterbury University Press. (p.181-194). Christchurch, NZ: University of Canterbury Press.

Naepi, S. (2014). Ethics of Protection. In McMaster, C. & Murphy, C., (Eds) Postgraduate study in Aotearoa New Zealand: Surviving and Succeeding (p.13-21) New Zealand, NZCER Press

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