Environmental History in Southeast Asia from 1990 (By Topic)
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Aso, M.Rubber and the Making of Vietnam: An Ecological History, 1897-19752018University of North Carolina Press
(1) Faizah Zakaria: faizahz@ntu.edu.sg
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Baldanza, K.Ming China and Vietnam: Negotiating Borders in Early Modern Asia2016Cambridge University Press
(2) Lin Qi Feng : qflin@ntu.edu.sg
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Bankoff, G. and Boomgaard, P., eds.
A History of Natural Resources in Asia: The Wealth of Nature2007Palgrave Macmillan
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Barnard, T.
Nature's Colony: Empire, Nation and Environment in the Singapore Botanic Gardens
2016NUS Press
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Biggs, D.Footprints of War: Militarized Landscapes in Vietnam2019University of Washington Press
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Boomgaard, P., Colombijn, F. and Henley D., eds.
Paper Landscapes: Explorations in the Environmental History of Indonesia
1997Leiden: KITLV Press
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Bryant R.L.The Political Ecology of Forestry in Burma, 1824-19941997London: Hurst & Co.
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Colfer C.J.P. and Resosudarmo, eds.
Which way forward? People, forests and policymaking in Indonesia2002ISEAS Publishing
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Cramb, R. and McCarthy, J., Eds.
The Oil Palm Complex: Smallholders, Agribusiness and the State in Indonesia and Malaysia
2016NUS Press
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Doeppers, D.F.
Feeding Manila in Peace and War, 1850-19452016University of Wisconsin Press
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Dove M.
The Banana Tree at the Gate: A History of Marginal Peoples and Global Markets in Borneo
2011Yale University Press
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Dove M. ed.Southeast Asia Grasslands: Understanding a Vernacular Landscape2008New York Botanical Garden Press
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Fahn J.D.
A Land on Fire: The Environmental Consequences of the Southeast Asian Boom
2003Westview Press
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Geertz C.
Agricultural Involution: The Processes of Ecological Change in Indonesia
1963University of California Press
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Goss, A.
The Floracrats: State-sponsored Science and the Failure of the Enlightenment in Indonesia
2011University of Wisconsin Press
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Henley, D.
Fertility, Food and Fever: Population, Economy and Environment in North and Central Sulawesi
2005Leiden: KITLV Press
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Kathirithamby-Wells, J.
Nature and Nation: Forests and Development in Peninsular Malaysia2005Singapore University Press
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Koninck, R. and Rousseau, J
Gambling with the Land: The Contemporary Evolution of Southeast Asian Agriculture
2012NUS Press
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Lees, L.H.Planting Empire, Cultivating Subjects: British Malaya, 1786-19412017Cambridge University Press
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Li, T.M.
The Will to improve: Governmentality development and the practice of politics
2007Duke University Press
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Li, T.M.Land’s end. Capitalist relations on an indigenous frontier2014Duke University Press
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Lubis A.R. and Nasution K.S
Kinta Valley: Pioneering Malaysia's Modern Development2005Areca Books
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McCarthy, J.F.
The Fourth Circle: A Political Ecology of Sumatra's Rainforest Frontier2006Stanford University Press
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McElwee, P.Forests are Gold: Trees, People and Environmental Rule in Vietnam2016University of Washington Press
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Peluso, N. Rich Forests, Poor People: Resource Control and Resistance in Java1994University of California Press
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Pye O. Khor Jor Kor: Forest Politics in Thailand2005White Lotus Press
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Pye O. and Bhattacharya, J.
The Palm Oil Controversy in Southeast Asia: A Transnational Perspective
2013Singapore:ISEAS
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Ross, C.
Ecology and Power in the Age of Empire: Europe and the Transformation of the Tropical World
2017Oxford University Press
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Scott, J.C.
The Art of Not Being Governed: An Anachist History of Upland Southeast Asia
2010Yale University Press
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Sellato B. and Sercombe, P.G. ed.
Beyond the green myth: Hunter-gatherers of Borneo in the twenty-first century
2007NIAS Press
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Sevea, T.Miracles and Material Life: Rice, Ore, Traps and Guns in Islamic Malaya2020Cambridge University Press
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Singh, S.
Natural Potency and Political Power: Forests and State Authority in Comtemporary Laos
2012University of Hawai'I Press
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Stewart M.A. and Coclanis, P.A. eds.
Environmental Change and Agricultural Sustainability in the Mekong Delta
2011Springer
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Stoler A.L.Capitalism and Confrontation on Sumatra's Plantation Belt1985University of Michigan Press
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Sturgeon, J.C.
Border Landscapes: The Politics of Akha Land Use in China and Thailand
2007University of Washington Press
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Tiyavanich K.
Forest Recollections: Wandering Monks in Twentieth Century Thailand1997University of Hawai'i Press
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Taylor, P.
The Khmer Lands of Vietnam: Environment, Cosmology and Sovereignty
2014
ASAA Southeast Asia Publication Series
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Usher A.D.Thai Forestry: A Critical History2009Silkworm Books
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Van der Meer, N.C.V.S.
Sawah cultivation in ancient Java: Aspects of development during the Indo-Javanese period, 5th to 15th century
1979ANU Press
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Articles/Book Chapters
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Aso, M.
"Rubbery Revolution: Plantations as Battlefields in the First Indochina War, 1945-1954"
2019
Water and Power: Environmental Governace and Strategies for Sustainability, ed. Stewart M. and Coclanis, P.
Springer
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Aso, M.
"Profits or People? Rubber Plantations and Everyday Technology in Rural Indochina"
2012
Modern Asian Studies 46(1): 19-45
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Aso, M.
"The Scientist, the Governor and Planter: The Political Economy of Agricultural Knowledge in Indochina During the Creation of a "Science of Rubber," 1900-1940
2009
East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal, 2(3): 321-256
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Bankoff, G.""Deep Forestry": Shapers of the Philippine Forests"2013
Environmental History 18(3): 523-556
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Barnard, T.
"The Rafflesia in the Natural and Imperial Imagination of the British East India Company in Southeast Asia
2015
The East India Company and the Natural World, ed. Damodaran V. et. al.
Palgrave Macmillan
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Barnard, T.The Timber Trade in Pre-Modern Siak1998Indonesia 65: 88-96
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Barton G. and Bennett B.
"A Case Study in the Environmental History of Gentlemanly Capitalism: The Battle between Gentleman Teak Merchants and State Foresters in Burma and Siam 1827-1901
2011
Africa, Empire and Globalization: Essays in Honor of A.G. Hopkins ed. Falola T. and Brownell E.
Carolina Academic Press
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Biggs, D.
"Clearing, 'Wasting' and Regreening: An Environmental History of the Bare Hills in Central Vietnam"
2018Journal of Asian Studies 77(4)
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Biggs, D.
"History and the Militarized Landscape: Long Historical and Broad Social Views"
2018
At Nature's Edge: The Global Present and Long-Term History, ed. Raharajan, M. and Cedelof, G.
Oxford University Press
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Biggs, D.
"Promiscuous Transmission and Encapsulated Knowledge: A Material-Semiotic Approach to Modern Rice in the Mekong Delta"
2015
Rice: Global Networks and New Histories, ed. Bray F.
Cambridge University Press
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Biggs, D.
"Small Machines in the Garden: Everyday Technology and Revolution in the Mekong Delta"
2013
Modern Asian Studies 46(1): 47-70
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Biggs, D.
"Aerial Photography and Colonial Discourse on the Agricultural Crisis in Late-Colonial Indochina, 1930-1945"
2011
Cultivating the Colony: Colonial States and their Environmental Legacies, ed. Oslund, K. et al.
Ohio University Press
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Bissonnette, J-F. and De Koninck, R.
"The Return of the Plantation? Historical and Contemporary Trends in the Relation between Plantation and Smallholdings in Southeast Asia"
2017
Journal of Peasant Studies 44(4): 918-938
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Boomgaard, P.
"In the Shadow of Rice: Roots and Tubers in Indonesian History, 1500-1950"
2003
Agricultural History 77(4): 582-610
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Bose, S.
"Starvation amidst Plenty: The Making of Famine in Bengal, Honan and Tonkin, 1942-45"
1990
Modern Asian Studies 24(2): 699-727
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Brixius, D.
"A Hard Nut to Crack: Nutmeg Cultivation and the Application of Natural History between the Maluku Islands and Isle de France (1750s-1780s)"
2018
British Journal of the History of Science 51(4): 585-606
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Bryant R.L.
"Forest Problems in Colonial Burma: Historical Variations on Contemporary Themes"
1993
Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters 3(4-6): 122-137
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Coclanis, P.
"Metamorphosis: The Rice Boom, Environmental Transformation and the Problem of Truncation in Colonial Lower Burma, 1850-1940"
2019Agricultural History 93(1): 35-67
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Dove M.
"Plants, Politics, and the Imagination over the Past 500 Years in the Indo-Malay Region"
2019
Current Anthropology 60: S310-S320
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Dove M.
"Dangerous Plants in the Colonial Imagination: Rumphius and the Poison Tree"
2014Allertonia 13: 29-46
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Dove M.
"The View of Swidden Agriculture, by the Early Naturalists Linnaeus and Wallace"
2015
Shifting Cultivation and Environmental Change: Indigenous People, Agriculture and Forest Conservation, ed. Cairns M.F., 3-24
London: Earthscan
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Dove M.
"The Life Cycle of Indigenous Knowledge and the Case of Natural Rubber Production"
2000
Indigenous Environmental Knowledge and Its Transformations, ed. Ellen R., Parkes P. and Bicker, A., 213-252
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Dove M.
"Transition from native forest rubbers to Hevea Brasiliensis among tribal smallholders in Borneo"
1994Economic Botany 48(4): 382-396
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Dove M.
"Hybrid Histories and Indigenous Knowledge Among Asian Rubber Smallholders"
2002
International Social Science Journal 173: 349-359
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Danquath, F.K.
"Japan's Food Farming Policies in Wartime Southeast Asia: The Philippine Example, 1942-44"
1990Agricultural History 64(3): 60-80
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Edwards, P.
"Between a Song and a Prei: Tracking Cambodian History and Cosmology through the Forest"
2008
At the Edge of the Forest: Essays on Cambodia, History and Narrative in Honor of David Chandler
Cornell Southeast Asia Program
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Fold N. and Hirsch, P.
"Re-thinking frontiers in Southeast Asia"2009
Geographical Journal 175(2): 95-97
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Fox J. and Castella, J-C.
"Expansion of Rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) in Mainland Southeast Asia: What Are the Prospects for Smallholders?"
2013
Journal of Peasant Studies 40(1): 155-170
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Großmann, K.
"'Dayak, Wake Up': Land, Indigeneity and Conflicting Ecologies in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia"
2019
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land-, en Volkenkunde 175(1): 1-28
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Henley, D.
"Swidden Farming as an Agent of Environmental Change: Ecological Myth and Historical Reality in Indonesia"
2011
Environment and History 17(4): 525-554
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Henley, D."Natural Resource Management: Historical Lessons from Indonesia"2008Human Ecology 36(2): 273-290
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Kaur, A."A History of Forestry in Sarawak"1998
Modern Asian Studies 32(1): 117-147
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Lentz, C.C."Cultivating Subjects: Opium and Rule in Post-Colonial Vietnam"2017
Modern Asian Studies 51(4): 879-918
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Malhi, A.
"Making Spaces, Making Subjects: Land, Enclosure, and Islam in Colonial Malaya"
2011
Journal of Peasant Studies 38: 727-46
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Maloney, B.K.
"Possible early dry-land and wetland rice cultivation in Highland North Sumatra"
1996
Asian Perspectives 35(2): 164-192
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Mathieu, J.
"Long-Term History of Mountains: Southeast Asia and South America Compared"
2013
Environmental History 18(3):557-575
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McCormack, C.
"Collection and Discovery: Indigenous Guides and Alfred Russel Wallace in Southeast Asia, 1854-1862"
2017
Journal of Indian Ocean World Studies 1(1): 110-127
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Myllyntaus, T., Hares, M., and Kunnas, J.
"Sustainability in Danger? Slash-and-Burn Cultivation in Nineteenth Century Finland and Twentieth-Century Southeast Asia"
2002
Environmental History 7(2): 267-302
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Peluso, N.
"Plantations and Mines: Resource Frontiers and the Politics of the Smallholder Slot"
2017
Journal of Peasant Studies 44(4): 834-69
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Peluso, N.
"'What's Nature Got to Do with It? A Situated Historical Perspective on Socio-Natural Commodities"
2012
Development and Change 43(1): 79-104
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Peluso, N.
"Fruit Trees and Family Trees in an Anthropogenic Forest: Ethics of Access Property Zones and Environmental Change"
1996
Comparative Studies in Society and History 38(3): 510-548
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Reid, A."Humans and Forests in Pre-colonial Southeast Asia"1995
Environment and History 1(1): 93-110
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Robins, J.
"Oil Boom: Agriculture, Chemistry and the Rise of Global Plant Fat Industries, 1850-1920"
2018
Journal of World History 29(3): 313-342
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Shepard C. and MacWilliam A.
"Divide and Cultivate: Plantations, Militarism and Environment In Portugeuse Timor"
2004
Comparing Apples, Oranges and Cotton: Environmental Histories of the Global Plantation
Campus Verlag GbmH
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Sevea, T.
"Pawangs on the Frontier: Miracles, Prophets, Divinities in the Ricefields of Modern Malaya"
2019
Modern Asian Studies 52(4): 1103-1129
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Shepard C. and Palmer, L.
"The Modern Origins of Traditional Agriculture: Colonial Policy, Swidden Development and Environmental Degradation in Eastern Timor"
2015
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land-, en Volkenkunde 171(2-3): 281-311
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Sherman, D.G.
“What Green Desert? The Ecology of Batak Grassland Farming,”1980Indonesia 29(1): 112-148
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Sioh, M.
"Authorizing the Malaysian Rainforest: Configuring Space, Contesting Claims and Conquering Imaginaries"
1998Ecumene 5(2): 144-166
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Turner, H., Hovenkamp, P. and van Welzen, P.C.
"Biogeography of Southeast Asia and the West Pacific"2002
Journal of Biogeography 19(4): 411-420
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Vandergeest, P. and Peluso, N.L.
"Empires of Forestry: Professional Forestry and State Power in Southeast Asia, Part 1"
2006
Environment and History 12(1): 31-64
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Van Der Eng, P.
"Development of Seed-Fertilizer Technology in Indonesian Rice Agriculture"
1994Agricultural History 68(1): 20-53
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Walker, A & Farrelly, N
"Northern Thailand's Specter of Eviction"2008
Critical Asian Studies 40(3): 373-397
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Yoo, G.
"Wars and Wonders: The Inter-Island Information Networks of Georg Everhard Rumphius"
2018
British Journal of the History of Science 51(4): 559-584
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