Senior Lecturer and Research Scientist
This is a PARTIAL listing of recent publications, and it will continue to grow as we populate our publications database.
“Revisiting Rural Places: Pathways to Poverty and Prosperity in Southeast Asia.” Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 35.2 (2014): 287-288 (Book Review). Link
“Indigenous Peoples’ Participation in Global Conservation: Looking beyond Headdresses and Face Paint.” Environmental Values 21.3 (2012): 255-276.
““Rubber Kills the Land” and Saves It: Thinking About Sustainability Across Cultures. For: Complicating Conservation – Beyond the Sacred Forest. With P.E. Sajise & A.A. Doolittle, pp.91-119. Durham (NC): Duke U. Press.” Complicating Conservation – Beyond the Sacred Forest. Ed. Dove, M.R., P.E. Sajise & A.A. Doolittle Durham NC: Duke U. Press, 2011.
“Stories and Maps, Images and Archives: Multi-Method Approach to the Political Ecology of Native Property Rights and Natural Resource Management in Sabah, Malaysia.” Environmental Management 45.1 (2010): 67-81. DOI: 10.1007/s00267-008-9144-0 Book Chapter
“Re-defining Native Customary Law: Struggles over Property Rights Between Native Peoples and Colonial Rulers in Sabah, Malaysia.” Complicating Conservation in Southeast Asia: Beyond the Sacred Forest Asia. Ed. Dove, Sajise and Doolittle Duke University Press, New Ecologies for the Twenty-First Century, 2010. Journal Article
“The Politics of Indigeneity: Indigenous Strategies for Inclusion in Climate Change Negotiations.” Conservation and Society. 8.4 (2010): 286-291. DOI: 10.4103/0972-4923.78142
2008Book Chapter - In Press
““Rubber Kills the Land” and Saves It: Thinking About Sustainability Across Cultures. In Complicating Conservation – Beyond the Sacred Forest.” Duke University Press, 2008. Journal Article - In Press
“Complicating Conservation: Beyond the Sacred Forest.” Duke University Press (2008).
“Native Land Tenure, Conservation, and Development in a Pseudo-Democracy: Natural Resource Conflicts in Sabah, Malaysia.” Journal of Peasant Studies 34.3 (2007): 474-497.