Publications

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Project Participants indicated in Bold. 

2016

F.A. Armah, I. Luginaah, H. Hambati, R. Chuenpagdee, G. Campbell. “Evaluating Differences in Barriers to Climate Change Adaptation between the Poor and Nonpoor in Coastal Tanzania.” In Climate Change Management: Innovation in Climate Change Adaptation. Edited by Walter Leal-Filho. Springer: 365-388.

Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Jennifer C. Franco, S. Ryan Isakson, Les Levidow, Pietje Vervest. “The rise of flex crops and commodities: implications for research.” Journal of Peasant Studies 43.1: 93-115.

M. Edelman, J.C. Scott, A. Baviskar, A., Saturnino M. Borras Jr., D. Kandiyoti, E. Holt-Gimenez, T. Weis, and W. Wolford. Editors. Critical Perspectives on Food Sovereignty. London: Routledge.

G. Campbell. “Malagasy Empires (under the Sakalava and Merina).” In Encyclopedia of Empire. Edited by John M. MacKenzie, Nigel R. Dalziel, Michael Charney, and Nick Doumanis. London: Wiley-Blackwell - Online ISBN: 9781118455074.

G. Bankoff and J. Christensen. "Bordering on Danger: An Introduction". In: Bankoff, Greg and Joseph Christensen (eds) Natural Hazards and Peoples in the Indian Ocean World: Bordering on Danger. Palgrave Series in Indian Ocean World Studies, 2016.

J. Christensen. "Their Inescapable Portion? Cyclones, Disaster Relief, and the Political Economy of Pearlshelling in Northwest Australia, 1865–1935". In: Bankoff, Greg and Joseph Christensen (eds) Natural Hazards and Peoples in the Indian Ocean World: Bordering on Danger. Palgrave Series in Indian Ocean World Studies, 2016.

L. Tana. "‘The Sea Becomes Mulberry Fields and Mulberry Fields Become the Sea’: Dikes in the Eastern Red River Delta, c.200 BCE to the Twenty-First Century CE". In: Bankoff, Greg and Joseph Christensen (eds) Natural Hazards and Peoples in the Indian Ocean World: Bordering on Danger. Palgrave Series in Indian Ocean World Studies, 2016.

A. Reid. "Revisiting Southeast Asian History with Geology: Some Demographic Consequences of a Dangerous Environment". In: Bankoff, Greg and Joseph Christensen (eds) Natural Hazards and Peoples in the Indian Ocean World: Bordering on Danger. Palgrave Series in Indian Ocean World Studies, 2016. 

JF Warren. "Philippine Typhoons Since the Seventeenth Century". In: Bankoff, Greg and Joseph Christensen (eds) Natural Hazards and Peoples in the Indian Ocean World: Bordering on Danger. Palgrave Series in Indian Ocean World Studies, 2016.

 

2015

Y. Brugnara, R. Auchmann, S. Brönnimann, Rob Allan, et. al. “A collection of sub-daily pressure and temperature observations for the early instrumental period with a focus on the ‘year without a summer’.” Climate of the Past Discussion 11: 1741-1794.  

T.A. Cram, G.P. Compo, X. Yin, Rob Allan, et. al. “The International Surface Pressure Databank version 2.” Geoscience Data Journal 2: 31–46.

Frederick Ato Armah, Isaac Luginaah, Ratana Chuenpagdee, Herbert Hambati, Gwyn Campbell. “Historical Perspective and Risk of Multiple Neglected Tropical Diseases in Coastal Tanzania: Compositional and Contextual Determinants of Disease Risk” PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases (4 Aug) DOI: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0003939.

Frederick Ato Armah, Genesis T Yengoh, Isaac Luginaah, Ratana Chuenpagdee, Herbert Hambati, Gwyn Campbell. “Monitored versus Experience-Based Perceptions of Environmental Change: Evidence from Coastal Tanzania,” Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences 12.2: 119-152.

Frederick Ato Armah, Isaac Luginaah, Herbert Hambati, Ratana Chuenpagdee, Gwyn Campbell. “Assessing barriers to adaptation to climate change in coastal Tanzania: Does where you live matter?” Population and Environment (Feb) DOI: 10.1007/s11111-015-0232-9.

Frederick Ato Armah, Isaac Luginaah, Genesis T. Yengoh, Herbert Hambati, Ratana Chuenpagdee, Gwyn Campbell., “Analyzing the relationship between objective-subjective health status and public perception of climate change as a human health risk in coastal Tanzania” Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal 21.7: 1936-1959.

Frederick Ato Armah, Mengieng Ung, Shelia Boamah, Isaac Luginaah, Gwyn Campbell. “Out of the frying pan into the fire? Urban penalty of the poor and multiple barriers to climate change adaptation in Cambodia and Tanzania,” Environmental Studies and Sciences (Oct): 1-18.

Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Jennifer C. Franco. “Food Justice, and Land.” In Oxford Handbook on Food, Politics and Society. Edited by R.J. Herring. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 253-272.

A. Alonso-Fradejas, Saturnino M. Borras Jr., T. Holmes, E. Holt-Gimenez, M.J. Robbins. “Food sovereignty: convergence and contradictions, condition and challenges.” Third World Quarterly, 36.3: 431-448.

Gwyn Campbell. “Robert Lyall: from Scottish Radical to Imperial British Agent at the Court of Imerina.” Tsingy. Revue de l’OIES: Océan Indien, espaces et Sociétés 17: 49-66.

Fiona Williamson, Rob Allan, et. al. “New Directions in Hydro-Climatic Histories: Observational Data Recovery, Proxy Records and the Atmospheric Circulation Reconstructions over the Earth (ACRE) initiative in Southeast Asia.” Geoscience Letters 2:2.

Rashed Chowhury. “Russian Medical Diplomacy in Ethiopia, 1896-1913”, in Histories of Medicine and Healing in the Indian Ocean World, Vol. 2: The Modern World. Edited by Anna Winterbottom and Facil Tesfaye. London: Palgrave Macmillan: 115-146.

Jennifer Craig, Paul Lunde. “Gujarati shifts in port location, technology and bead supply chains during the 16th century.” In Port Towns of Gujarat. Edited by Sara Keller and Michael Pearson. Delhi: Primus Books: 19-30.

Joseph Christensen. “To the Islands: Ecological Imperialism on the North-west Australian Coast.” In Fluid Frontiers: New Currents in Marine Environmental History. Edited by J. Gillis and F. Torma, Cambridge, UK: White Horse Press: 65-75.

Paul BasuVinita Damodaran. “Colonial histories of heritage: legislative migrations and the politics of preservation.” Past and Present 226 supplement 10: 240-271.

Ulrike Freitag. Co-editor with Nelida Fuccaro, Claudia Grawi and Nora Lafi. Urban Violence in the Middle East: Changing Cityscapes in the Transition from Empire to Nation State. New York: Berghahn.

Brendon Gillon. “Reasoning and its relationship to logic and language.” In Logic in Buddhist Scholasticism from Philosophical, Historico-Philological and Comparative Perspectives. Edited by Gregor Paul. Lumbini, Nepal: The Lumbini International Research Institute: 63-84.

Arthur Green. “Social Identity, Natural Resources, and Peacebuilding.” In Strengthening Post-Conflict Peacebuilding through Natural Resource Management: Livelihoods and Natural Resources in Post-Conflict Peacebuilding. Edited by Helen Young and Lisa Goldman. London: Routledge: 19-40.

Ma Guang. “Wokou Raiding Activities and the Coastal Defence System of Shandong in the early Ming Dynasty.” National Maritime Research. 11: 73-108.

Rachid Hedjam, Hossein Ziaei Nafchi, Margaret Kalacska, Mohamed Cheriet. “Influence of Color-to-Gray Conversion on the Performance of Document Image Binarization: Toward a Novel Optimization Problem.” IEEE Transactions on Image Processing 24(11): 3637-3651.

Rachid Hedjam, Hossein Ziaei Nafchi, Reza Farrahi Moghaddam, Margaret Kalacska, Mohamed Cheriet. “ICDAR 2015 contest on MultiSpectral Text Extraction (MS-TEx 2015).” ICDAR 2015: 1181-1185.

Akifumi Iwabuchi. Co-author with Yumiko Nakanishi. “The 2nd Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Underwater Cultural Heritage.” Quarterly of Archaeological Studies 62.1: 16-20.

M. Molavi-Arabshahi, K. Arpe, Suzanne Leroy. “Precipitation and temperature of the southwest Caspian Sea region during the last 55 years: Their trends and teleconnections with large-scale atmospheric phenomena.” International Journal of Climatology. doi: 10.1002/joc.4483 

S. Haghani, Suzanne Leroy et al. “An early Little Ice Age brackish water invasion along the south coast of the Caspian Sea (sediment of Langarud wetland) and its wider impacts on environment and people.” The Holocene. DOI: 10.1177/0959683615596835.

A.A. Kakroodi, Suzanne Leroy et al. “Late Pleistocene and Holocene sea-level change and coastal palaeoenvironment along the Iranian Caspian shore.” Marine Geology 361: 111-125. 

L. López-Merino, Suzanne Leroy et al. “Can Triticum urartu be identified by pollen analysis? Implications for detecting the ancestor of the extinct domesticated two-grained einkorn-like wheat.” Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 177: 278-289. 

Matthew Pritchard. “From Soldiers to Park Rangers: Post-Conflict Natural Resource Management in Gorongosa National Park.” In Strengthening Post-Conflict Peacebuilding through Natural Resource Management: Livelihoods and Natural Resources in Post-Conflict Peacebuilding. Edited by Helen Young and Lisa Goldman. Abingdon: Routledge: 215-232.

D.K. Deng, B. Lopez, Matthew Pritchard, L.C. Ng. “Search for a New Beginning: Perceptions of Truth, Justice, Reconciliation and Healing in South Sudan.” United Nations Development Programme: Juba, South Sudan. [Policy document]

D.K. Deng, Matthew Pritchard, M. Sharma. “A War Within: Perceptions of Truth, Justice, Reconciliation and Healing in Malakal PoC.” The South Sudan Law Society: Juba, South Sudan, and United States Agency For International Development: Washington, DC. [Policy document]

Anthony Reid. “Lessons of Tambora ignored- 200 years on from the world’s greatest modern eruption.” Asian Current. April 14.

Angela Schottenhammer. “China's Gate to the South: Iranian and Arab Merchant Networks in Guangzhou During the Tang-Song Transition (c.750–1050), PART II: 900–c.1050”,  AAS Working Papers in Social Anthropology/ÖAW Arbeitspapiere zur Sozialanthropologie 29: 1-30.

Tansen Sen. “The Spread of Buddhism”. In The Cambridge World History, Volume 5: Expanding Webs of Exchange and Conflict, 500CE-1500CE. Edited by Benjamin Z. Kedar and Merry Wiesner-Hanks. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 439-471.

Tansen Sen. Review of India in the Chinese Imagination: Myth, Religion, and Thought edited by John Kieschnick and Meir Shahar. The Journal of Asian Studies, 74.2: 469-471.

Hideaki Suzuki. “Shadow of History: Reconsidering Vietnamese Whale Worship from a Historical Perspective.” Cultural Interaction Studies of Sea Port Cities 13: 1-20.

Hideaki Suzuki. “Circulation, Memory, Landscape: Kachchhi Bhatias in Mundra and Bhadreshwar.” In Port Towns of Gujarat. Edited by Sara Keller and Michael Pearson. Delhi: Primus Books: 285-304.

Hideaki Suzuki. “Joasmee-kaizoku toha dareka?: Gensou to genjitsu no kousa [Who were Joasmee Pirates?: Interaction between illusion and reality].” In Higashi-Indo kaisya to Aji no kaizoku [East India Companies and Asian Pirates]. Edited by Toyo Bunko. Tokyo: Bensei Shuppan: 38-63.

Hideaki Suzuki. “Kyoui toshiteno Afurika tairiku: Chusei Arabia-go chiribunken ni mieru Zanjyu chihou” [African Continent as merveille: Bilad al-Zanj in Medieval Arab Geography]. In Kyoui no bunkashi [Cultural History on merveille]. Edited by Yuriko Yamanaka. Nagoya: Nagoya University Press: 290-305.

Veysel Simsek. “‘Backstabbing Arabs’ and ‘Shirking Kurds’: History, Nationalism, and Turkish Memory of World War I.” In The Great War: From Memory to History. Edited by Jonathan Vance et al. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press: 99-126.

Jon Unruh. “Multi-sector capacity needs in challenging the resource curse in conflict-affected countries.” International Journal of Peace Studies 19.1: 1-19.

Jon Unruh. “The structure and function of keywords in the development of civil wars: opportunities for peace building? Peace and Conflict.” Journal of Peace Psychology 21.4: 621-633.

Jon Unruh. “Micro-regionalism in Africa: Dynamics, Opportunities and Challenges.” In Contemporary Regional Development in Africa. Edited by K. Hanson. Farnham: Ashgate: 71-94.

Geoff Wade. “Chinese Engagement with the Indian Ocean during the Song, Yuan and Ming Dynasties (10th-16th Centuries).” in Trade, Circulation and Flow in the Indian Ocean World. Edited by Michael Pearson. Basingstoke: Palgrave: 55-82.

Wim De Winter. “Courtly rituals and colonial recuperation of the Ostend Company in 18th century Bengal and China.” (orig. in Dutch). Handelingen 68: 119-137.

Wim De Winter. Review of Werkers van de wereld. Globalisering, arbeid en interculturele ontmoetingen tussen Aziatische en Europese zeelieden in dienst van de VOC, 1600-1800. By Matthias van Rossum. Hilversum, Verloren, 2014. Tijdschrift voor Sociale en Economische Geschiedenis 1.

Anna Winterbottom. Hybrid Knowledge in the Early East India Company World. Basingstoke: Palgrave. 

Anna Winterbottom, Facil Tesfaye. Editors. Histories of Medicine and Healing in the Indian Ocean World. 2 vols. New York: Palgrave.

2014

Anna Winterbottom. “Of the China root: a case study of the early modern circulation of materia medica.Social History of Medicine 28:1: 22-44.  

A. Stickler, S. Brönnimann, M. A. Valente, J. Bethke, A. Sterin, S. Jourdain, E. Roucaute, M. V. Vasquez, D. A. Reyes, Rob Allan, D. Dee, “ERA-CLIM: Historical Surface and Upper-Air Data for Future Reanalyses.” Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 95.9: 1419-1430.

Erin Bell. “‘A most horrifying maturity in crime’: age, gender, and juvenile delinquency in colonial Kenya.” Atlantic Studies, Global Currents 11: 473-490.

Gregory Blue. “The Multi-faceted Xu Guangqi: A Composite Sketch based on the Current Western Literature.” In Europe Meets China - China Meets Europe. Edited by Shu-Jyuan Deiwiks, Bernhard Führer and Therese Geulen. (Collectanea serica). Sankt Augustin, Germany: Institut Monumenta Serica: 45-70.

Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Jennifer C. Franco, Ryan Isakson, Les Levidow, Pietje Vervest. Towards Understanding the Politics of Flex Crops and Commodities: Implications for Research and Policy Advocacy. Amsterdam: Transnational institute.

Marc Edelman, Tony Weis, Amita Baviskar, Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Eric Holt-Giménez, Deniz Kandiyoto, Wendy Wolford. “Introduction: critical perspectives on food sovereignty.” Journal of Peasant Studies 41.6: 911-931.

B. McKay, A. Alonso Fradejas, C. Wang, Saturnino M. Borras Jr. “Contested Land Politics and Trajectories of Agrarian Change within an Emergent World Agro-commodity Regime: Insights from the BRICS and the Periphery.” In The Global Food System: Issues and Solutions. Edited by W.D. Schanbacher. Santa Barbara, California: Praeger: 211-242.

Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Jennifer C. Franco. “From Threat to Opportunity? Problems with Codes of Conduct for Land Grabbing. In Rethinking Food Systems: structural challenges, new strategies and the law. Edited by N. Lambek, P. Claeys and A. Wong. New York: Springer: 147-162.

M. Edelman, C. Oya, Saturnino M. Borras Jr. Editors. Global land grabs: history, theory and method. London: Routledge.

M.P. Bishop, Andrew Bush, et al. “Theoretical Foundations of Remote Sensing for Glacier Assessment and Mapping.” In Global Land Ice Measurements from Space. Edited by J.S. Kargel et al. Heidelberg: Springer: 23-52.

Jeffrey S. Kargel, Andrew Bush, et al. “A World of Changing Glaciers: Summary and Climatic Context.” In Global Land Ice Measurements from Space. Edited by J.S. Kargel et al. Heidelberg: Springer: 781-840.

Michael P. Bishop, John F. Shroder Jr., Ghazanfar Ali, Andrew Bush, et al. “Remote Sensing of Glaciers in Afghanistan and Pakistan.” In Global Land Ice Measurements from Space. Edited by J.S. Kargel et al. Heidelberg: Springer: 509-548.

Gwyn Campbell, Elizabeth Elbourne. Editors. Sex, Power, and Slavery. Athens: Ohio University Press.

Gwyn Campbell. “The Question of Slavery in Indian Ocean World History.” In The Indian Ocean. Oceanic Connections and the Creation of New Societies. Edited by Abdul Sheriff and Engseng Ho. London: Hurst: 123-148.

Gwyn Campbell. “Piracy in the Indian Ocean World: a survey from early times to the modern day.” Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 16.6: 775-794.

Martha Chaiklin. Ivory and the Aesthetics of Modernity in Meiji Japan. New York: Palgrave.

Martha Chaiklin. “Politicking Art: Ishikawa Kōmei and the development of Meiji sculpture” East Asian History 39: 53-74.

Amitava Chowdhury. Maroon Archaeological Research in Mauritius and its Possible Implications in a Global Context.” In The Archaeology of Slavery: Toward a Comparative Global Framework. Edited by Lydia Wilson Marshall. CAI: Southern Illinois University, Carbondale: 255-275.

Amitava Chowdhury. “Le petit marronnage comme processus d'adaptation épisodique dans l'île Maurice: les données relevées sur le terrain et leur pertinence globale.” In Archéologie de l’esclavage colonial. Edited by André Delpuech and Jean-Paul Jacob. Paris: Éditions La Découverte: 261-273.

Joseph Christensen, M. Tull. Editors. Historical Perspectives on Fisheries Exploitation in the Indo-Pacific. Dordrecht: Springer.

Joseph Christensen. “Unsettled Seas: Towards a history of marine animal populations in the Central Indo-Pacific.” In Perspectives of Fisheries Exploitation in the Indo-Pacific. Edited by J. Christensen and M. Tull. Dordrecht, NL: Historical Springer Verlag: 13-39.

Vinita Damodaran, Anna Winterbottom, Alan Lester. Editors. The East India Company and the Natural World. London: Palgrave.

Vinita Damodaran. “East India Company, famine and ecological conditions in eighteenth century Bengal.” In East India Company and the Natural World. Edited by Vinita Damodaran, Anna Winterbottom, Alan Lester. London: Palgrave: 80-102.

Michael Ferguson. “White Turks, Black Turks, and Negroes: the Politics of Polarization.” In Occupy Gezi: The Making of a Protest Movement. Edited by Umut Özkırımlı and Spyros Sofos. New York: Palgrave MacMillan: 77-88.

Ulrike Freitag. Co-editor with Nora Lafi. Urban Governance under the Ottomans: Between Cosmopolitanism and Conflict. London: Routledge.

Ulrike Freitag. Co-author with Nora Lafi. “Daily life and family in an Ottoman urban context: Historiographical stakes and new research perspectives” History of the family 16.2: 80-87.

Ma Guang. “The Shandong Peninsula in Northeast Asian Maritime History during the Yuan-Ming Transition”, Crossroads – Studies on the History of Exchange Relations in the East Asian World 10.

Rachid Hedjam, Mohamed Cheriet, Margaret Kalacska. “Constrained Energy Maximization and Self-Referencing Method for Invisible Ink Detection from Multispectral Historical Document Images.” ICPR: 3026-3031.

Christopher Huggins. “‘Control Grabbing’ and small-scale agricultural intensification: emerging patterns of state-facilitated ‘agricultural investment’ in Rwanda” in Journal of Peasant Studies, 41.3: 365-384.

Christopher Huggins. “Land grabbing and land tenure security in post-genocide Rwanda.” In Losing Your Land: Dispossession in the Great Lakes. Edited by A. Ansoms and T. Hilhorst. Martlesham, UK: James Currey: 141-162.

An Ansoms, Cioffo Giuseppe, Jude Murison, Christopher Huggins. “The reorganisation of rural space in Rwanda: Habitat concentration, land consolidation, and collective marshland cultivation.” In Losing Your Land: Dispossession in the Great Lakes. Edited by A. Ansoms and T. Hilhorst. Martlesham, UK: James Currey: 163-185.

Koen Vlassenroot, Christopher Huggins. “Le foncier et les dynamiques de conflit à l’est de la république démocratique du congo: définir des options d’intervention” In Décentralisation et espaces de pouvoir. Edited by Jean Omasombo and Paule Bouvier. Tervuren, Belgium: Royal Museum for Central Africa: 159-167.

Kimura Jun. “Maritime Archaeological Perspectives on Seaborne Trade in the South China Sea and East China Sea between the Seventh and Thirteenth Centuries”, Crossroads – Studies on the History of Exchange Relations in the East Asian World 10.

Francesca Vallé, Lydie M. Dupont, Suzanne Leroy et al. “Pliocene environmental change in West Africa and the onset of strong NE trade winds (ODP Sites 659 and 658).” Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 414: 403-414.  

Keith Richards, Nataliya S Bolikhovskaya, Robert M Hoogendoorn, Salomon B Kroonenberg, Suzanne Leroy, John Athersuch. “Reconstructions of deltaic environments from Holocene palynological records in the Volga delta, northern Caspian Sea.” The Holocene 24.10: 1226-1252

Saravi H Nasrollahzadeh, A. Makhlough, F. Eslami, Suzanne Leroy. “Features of phytoplankton community in the southern Caspian Sea, a decade after the invasion of Mnemiopsis leidyi.” Iranian Journal of Fisheries Sciences 13.1: 145-167. 

Suzanne Leroy, L. López-Merino et al. “Late Pleistocene and Holocene palaeoenvironments in and around the middle Caspian basin as reconstructed from a deep-sea core.” Quaternary Science Reviews 101: 91-110. 

K. Arpe, Suzanne Leroy  et al. “Prediction of the Caspian Sea level using ECMWF seasonal forecasts and reanalysis.” Theoretical and Applied Climatology 117.1-2: 41-60.  

Zhiping Liang. The Thirsty in the Region of Rivers and Lakes: Change in Water-Quality Environment and Improvement of Drinking Water, 1840-1980. Shanghai: Jiaotong daxue chubanshe [in Chinese].

Ying Liu, Zhongping Chen, Gregory Blue. Editors.Zheng He’s Maritime Voyages (1405-1433) and China’s Relations with the Indian Ocean World: A Multilingual Bibliography. Leiden/Boston: Brill.

Pedro Machado. Ocean of Trade: South Asian Merchants, Africa and the Indian Ocean. C.1750-1850. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Li Man. “Inter-regional Communication in Northeastern China During Tang-Song Transition: Commerce, Technology and Politics”, Crossroads – Studies on the History of Exchange Relations in the East Asian World 10.

Hossein Ziaei NafchiMohamed Cheriet: “Phase-Based Binarization of Ancient Document Images: Model and Applications.” IEEE Transactions on Image Processing 23. 7: 2916-2930.

Elke Papelitzky. “An introduction to the Siyi guangji”, Crossroads – Studies on the History of Exchange Relations in the East Asian World 10.

Matthew Pritchard. “Land Tenure Reforms for Food Security in South Sudan. Research to Practice Policy Brief.” Institute for the Study of International Development: Montreal, Quebec. [Policy document]

Anthony Reid. “Dong naya lishi zhi suoyi Zhongyao de sange yuanyin” (Three reasons Southeast Asian history matters) [in Chinese]. Dong Naya Yanju (Southeast Asian Studies) 4: 4-10.

Anthony Reid. “Turkey as Aceh’s Alternative Imperium.” Archipel 87: 81-102.

Anthony Reid. “Religion in Early Modern Southeast Asia: Synthesizing Global and Local.” In Religion, Tradition and the Popular Transcultural Views from Asia and Europe. Edited by Judith Schlehe and Evamaria Sadkuhler. Bielefeld, Transcript: 51-74.

Anthony Reid. “Religious pluralism as an Asian tradition.” In Dealing with Diversity: Religion, Globalisation, Violence, Gender and Disaster in Indonesia. Edited by Bernard Adneney-Risakotta. Geneva: Globethics.net: 47-62.  

Anthony Reid. “Urban respectability and the Maleness of (Southeast) Asian Modernity.” Asian Review of World Histories 2.2: 147-67.

Anthony Reid. “Writing History in a dangerous environment: How does the ‘ring of fire’ make a difference?” [Japanese translation]. Shakaikeizaishigaku (Socio-economic History) 79.4: 3-15.  

Angela Schottenhammer. “Seafaring, Trade, and Knowledge Transfer: Maritime Politics and Commerce in Early Middle Period to Early Modern China.” In Crossroads - Studies on the History of Exchange Relations in the East Asian World 9 - http://www.eacrh.net/ojs/index.php/crossroads/index

Caroline Seagle. “Discourse, Development and Legitimacy: Nature/Culture Dualism of Mining Engagements in Biodiversity Offsetting and Conservation in Madagascar.” In Contest for Land in Madagascar: Environment, Ancestors and Development. Edited by S. Evers, G. Campbell, and M. Lambek. Leiden: Brill: 187-220.

Tansen Sen. Review of China as a Sea Power 1127-1368: A Preliminary Survey of the Maritime and Naval Exploits of the Chinese People During the Southern Song and Yuan Periods by Lo Jung-pang. Asian Studies Review 39.2: 336-338.

Alessandro Stanziani. After Oriental Despotism: Eurasian Growth in a Global Perspective. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Alessandro Stanziani. Bondage: Labor and Rights in Eurasia from the Sixteenth to the Early Twentieth Centuries. New York: Berghahm.

Alessandro Stanziani. Sailors, Slaves, and Immigrants. Bondage in the Indian Ocean World, 1750-1914. New York: Palgrave.

Hideaki Suzuki. Co-authored with Ken Masuda, Mayumi Ishizuka, and Takenori Nogami. “Nagasaki-shi Eri-machi no ‘Kaizuka’ ni kansuru nooto [A Preliminary Report on the Eri-Machi ‘Shell-Midden’ in Nagasaki],” Archaeological Bulletin, Kanazawa University 36: 121-137.

Hideaki Suzuki.Review. “Indo-yo kaiiki sekai [Reviews on Recent Works on Indian Ocean World].” Rekishi to Chiri 238: 35-38.

Veysel Simsek. Co-authored with Virginia H. Aksan. “Introduction: Living in the Ottoman House.” The Journal of Ottoman Studies 44: 1–8.

Veysel Simsek. “The First “Little Mehmeds”: Conscripts for the Ottoman Army, 1826–53.” The Journal of Ottoman Studies 44: 265–311.

Veysel Simsek. Co-editor with Virginia H. Aksan. “Living Empire: Ottoman Identities in Transition, 1700–1850.” Special issue, The Journal of Ottoman Studies 44.

Li Tana. “Towards an environmental history of the eastern Red River Delta, Vietnam, c.900-1400”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 45. 3: 315-337.

Lixing Tang. Tang Lixing’s Collected Works on the Study of Huizhou Region. Beijing: Shangwu yinshuguan (In Chinese).

Jon Unruh. “Pre-emptive and advanced techniques for war-torn land and property rights reacquisition.” Land Use Policy 38: 111-122.

Jon Unruh, M.A. Abdul-Jalil. “Constituencies of conflict and opportunity: land rights, narratives and collective action in Darfur.” Political Geography 42: 104-115.

Jon Unruh. “Remedies to Mass Claims Used in Other Countries.” Yemen Land Commission Brief 1. Southern Yemen Land Commission and UN Development Program, Aden, Yemen. [Policy document].

Jon Unruh. “Mass Claims Processing Techniques Used in Other Countries.” Yemen Land Commission Brief 2. Southern Yemen Land Commission and UN Development Program, Aden, Yemen. [Policy document].

Jon Unruh. “Approaches to the Use of Evidence in Mass Claims.” Yemen Land Commission Brief 3, Southern Yemen Land Commission and UN Development Program, Aden, Yemen. [Policy document].

Jon Unruh. “Assessment of the Southern Yemen Land Commission.” UN Development Program, Sanna, Yemen. [Policy document].

Jon Unruh. “Training the Southern Yemen Land Commissioners.” UN Development Program, Sanna, Yemen. [Policy document].

Fucai Duan, Yongjin Wang, Chuan-Chou Shen, Yi Wang et al. “Evidence for solar cycles in a late Holocene speleothem record from Dongge Cave, China.” Scientific Reports 4: 5159.

Weihong Zhang, Jiangying Wu, Yi Wang et al. “A detailed East Asian monsoon history surrounding the ‘Mystery Interval’ derived from three Chinese speleothem records.” Quaternary Research 82.1: 154-163. 

James Warren. “Haiyan’s Lingering Aftermath.” Asian Currents (Feb) (electronic journal) – http://asaa.asn.au/haiyans-lingering-aftermath/.

James Warren. “The Power of Speech and Kinds of People: The Character of the ‘Pirates’ of the Sulu Zone in the European Imagination and Discourse.” In La Pirateria au Fil de l’ Historie: un Defi por L Etat. Edited by Michelle Battesti, Paris: Presses de l’Université Paris-Sorbonne : 81-94.

James Warren. “Japanese Brothel Prostitution, Daily Life, and the Client, Singapore, 1870-1940.” In Sex, Power and Slavery: The Dynamics of Carnal Relationships under Enslavement in the Indian Ocean World. Edited by Gwyn Campbell and Elizabeth Elbourne. Athens: Ohio University Press: 291-318.

James Warren. “Trade for Bullion to Trade for Commodities and ‘Piracy’ China, the West and the Sulu Zone, 1768-1898.” In Persistent Piracy:  Maritime Violence and State Formation in Global Historical Perspective. Edited by Stefan Amirell and Leos Muller. London: Palgrave MacMillan: 152-174.

Wim De Winter. “Perspectives for a Comparative Cultural History of Ostend Company Interactions in Bengal & China”, Crossroads – Studies on the History of Exchange Relations in the East Asian World 10.

Anna Winterbottom. “Botanical and medical networks of Madras.” In East India Companies and the Natural World. Edited by Vinita Damodaran, Anna Winterbottom and Alan Lester. Basingstoke: Palgrave: 35-57.

Songru Xu. “Huizhou Immigrants in Shanghai and Cultural Education in Huizhou Region.” Anhui shixue (Journal of Anhui history) 5: 15-26 (In Chinese).

 

2013

Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Matias E. Margulis, and Nora McKeon. Editors. Land grabbing and global governance. London: Routledge.

Saturnino M. Borras Jr., W. Wolford, R. Hall, I. Scoones, and B.N.F. White. Editors. Governing Global Land Deals: The Role of the State in the Rush for Land. UK: Wiley Blackwell

Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Jennifer C. Franco, and Chunyu Wang. “The Challenge of Global Governance of Land Grabbing: Changing International Agricultural Context and Competing Political Views and Strategies.” Globalizations 10.1: 161-179.

Saturnino M. Borras Jr. and Jennifer C. Franco. “Global Land Grabbing and Political Reactions ‘From Below’” Third World Quarterly. 34.9: 1723-1747.

Wendy Wolford, Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Ruth Hall, Ian Scoones and Ben White “Governing Global Land Deals: The Role of the State in the Rush for Land.” Development and Change 44.2: 189-210.

Ian Scoones, Ruth Hall, Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Ben White, and Wendy Wolford. “The politics of evidence: methodologies for understanding the global land rush.” Journal of Peasant Studies 40.3: 469-483.

M. Edelman, C. Oya, Saturnino M. Borras Jr. “Global Land Grabs: historical processes, theoretical and methodological implications and current trajectories.” Third World Quarterly 34.9: 1517-1531.

Matias E. Margulis, Nora McKeon, Saturnino M. Borras Jr. “Land Grabbing and Global Governance: Critical perspectives.” Globalizations 10.1: 1-23.

B.N.F. White, Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Ruth Hall, Ian Scoones, and W. Wolford. Editors. The political economy of contemporary corporate land deals. London: Routledge.

Gregory Blue. “Xu Guangqi: Varianti Biografiche.” In Un Cristiano alla Corte dei Ming. Xu Guangqi e il dialogo interculturale tra Cina e Occidente. Edited by Elisa Giunipero. Milan: Guerini: 231-256.

Gwyn Campbell. “Eating the Dead in Madagascar.” Festschrift to Trefor Jenkins, special edition of the South African Medical Journal 103. 12. Suppl.1: 1032-1034.

Gwyn Campbell. “Servitude and the Changing Face of Demand for Labor in the Indian Ocean World, c.1800-1900.” In Slavery and the Slave Trades in the Indian Ocean World: Global Connections and Disconnections. Edited by Bob Harms, Bernard Freamon and David W. Blight. New Haven: Yale University Press: 23-44.

Sandra Evers, Gwyn Campbell, Michael Lambek. Editors. The Politics of Marketing Land: Value, Conservation and Development in Madagascar. Leiden: Brill.

Sandra Evers, Gwyn Campbell, Michael Lambek. “Introduction. Land Competition and Human-Environment Relations in Madagascar.” In The Politics of Marketing Land: Value, Conservation and Development in Madagascar. Edited by Sandra Evers, Gwyn Campbell and Michael Lambek. Leiden: Brill: 1-19.

Gwyn Campbell. “Forest Depletion in Imperial Madagascar, c.1790-61.” In The Politics of Marketing Land: Value, Conservation and Development in Madagascar. Edited by Sandra Evers, Gwyn Campbell and Michael Lambek. Leiden: Brill: 63-95.

Gwyn Campbell, Alessandro Stanziani. Editors. Bonded Labour and Debt in the Indian Ocean World. London: Pickering & Chatto.

Gwyn Campbell, Alessandro Stanziani. “Introduction.” In Bonded Labour and Debt in the Indian Ocean World. Edited by Gwyn Campbell and Alessandro Stanziani. London: Pickering & Chatto: 1-20.

Gwyn Campbell. “Debt and Slavery in Imperial Madagascar, 1790–1861.” In Bonded Labour and Debt in the Indian Ocean World. Edited by Gwyn Campbell and Alessandro Stanziani. London: Pickering & Chatto: 45-55.

Gwyn Campbell. “Children and Forced Labour in the Indian Ocean World, circa 1750-1900.” In Labour, Coercion, and Economic Growth in Eurasia, 17th-20th Centuries. Edited by Alessandro Stanziani. Leiden: Brill: 87-112.

Gwyn Campbell. “Transformations in the Indian Ocean World Slave Trade since 1500.” International Journal of South Asian Studies 5: 23-41.

Oláh Csaba. “Cargo inspection of Japanese embassies in Ningbo – On the panyan-inspection as seen from the Japanese diaries and on the huipan-inspection of Ryukyuan embassies.” Studies on Medieval Japanese Politics and Society (Bulletin of the Department of Japanese History of the University of Tokyo) (in Japanese:「寧波における日本使節の貨物検査  について―入明記からみる盤験と福建における琉球船の会盤」『東京大学日本史 学研究室紀要別冊 中世政治社会論叢』).

Vinita Damodaran. “Towards an environmental history of Chotanagpur: the land and the forests of Chotanagpur in the nineteenth century.” In Colonial and contemporary Bihar and Jharkhand. Edited by Lata Singh and Biswamoy Pati. Primus, Delhi: 59-90.

Vinita Damodaran. “Gender, race and science in twentieth century India: E.K. Janaki Ammal and the history of science.” History of Science 51.3: 283-307.

Vinita Damodaran. “Indigenous agency: customary rights and tribal protection in Eastern India, 1830–1930.” History Workshop Journal 76.1: 85-110.

Michael Ferguson. “Clientship, Social Indebtedness and State-Controlled Emancipation of Africans in the Late Ottoman Empire.” In Debt and Slavery in the Mediterranean and Atlantic Worlds. Edited by Gwyn Campbell and Alessandro Stanziani. London: Pickering and Chatto: 49-62.

Michael Ferguson. “White Turks, Black Turks, and Negroes: The Politics of Polarization.” Jadalliya (29 June) -http://www.jadaliyya.com/pages/index/12484/white-turks-black-turks-and-n....

Brendon Gillon. “Logic and Language in Indian Buddhist Thought.” In A Companion to Buddhist Philosophy. Edited by Steven M. Emmanuel. Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell: 307-319.

Arthur Green. “Title Wave: Land Tenure and Peacebuilding in Aceh.” In Land and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding. Edited by Jon Unruh and R. Williams. London: Routledge: 293–320. 

Arthur Green. “Land Tenure Security and Peacebuilding in Aceh, Indonesia.” Asian Journal of Environment and Disaster Management 2.1: 61–68. 

Arthur Green. Review of Conflict in Caledonia: Aboriginal land rights and the rule of law by Laura Devries. Vancourver: University of British Columbia Press, 2011. The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe canadien 57. 4: e23–e24.

Akifumi Iwabuchi. “Underwater Archaeology in Indonesia: With Special Reference to the Belitung Shipwreck” (in Japanese). Seasonal Archaeology 123: 27-29.

Po Jin. “Natural Disasters and Revolutionary Movements: The Changshu Thousand People’s Association’s Struggles against Rent Payment around the 1911 Revolution.” Taishan xueyuan xuebao (Journal of Taishan Normal College) 1: 34-58 [in Chinese] 

Alfons van der Kraan. “Disaster in the Indian Ocean: The Lost Company Fleet of 1662.” The Great Circle, Journal of the Australian Association of Maritime History 35.1: 29-74.

Suzanne Leroy, A. Tudryn et al. “From the Allerød to the mid-Holocene: Palynological evidence from the south basin of the Caspian Sea.” Quaternary Science Reviews 78: 77-97. 

Suzanne Leroy, H.A.K. Lahijani et al.  “A two-step expansion of the dinocyst Lingulodinium machaerophorum in the Caspian Sea: The role of changing Environment.” Quaternary Science Reviews 77: 31-45. 

A. Naderi Beni, H. Lahijani, R. Mousavi Harami, K. Arpe, Suzanne Leroy et al. “Caspian sea-level changes during the last millennium: Historical and geological evidence from the south Caspian Sea.” Climate of the Past 9: 1645-1665. 

Suzanne Leroy, A.A. Kakroodi et al. “Holocene vegetation history and sea level changes in the SE corner of the Caspian Sea: Relevance to SW Asia climate.” Quaternary Science Reviews 70: 28-47.  

C. Miller, Suzanne Leroy et al. “Palynology: A tool to identify abrupt events? An example from Chabahar Bay, southern Iran.” Marine Geology 337: 195-201. 

A. Naderi Beni, H. Lahijani, R. Moussavi Harami, Suzanne Leroy et al. “Development of spit-lagoon complexes in response to Little Ice Age rapid sea-level changes in the central Guilan coast, South Caspian Sea, Iran.” Geomorphology 187: 11-26. 

A. Tudryn, F. Chalié, Yu. A. Lavrushin, M.P. Antipov, E.A. Spiridonova, V. Lavrushin, P. Tucholka and Suzanne Leroy. “Late Quaternary Caspian Sea environment: Late Khazarian and Early Khvalynian transgressions from the lower reaches of the Volga River.” Quaternary International 292: 193-204.

Faruk Ocakoğlu, Osman Kır, İsmail Ömer Yılmaz, Sanem Açıkalın, Celal Erayık, Cemal Tunoğlu, and Suzanne Leroy. “Early to Mid-Holocene Lake level and temperature records from the terraces of Lake Sünnet in NW Turkey.” Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 369: 175-184.

Xueqiang Ma. “Lineages and Schools in Modern Jiangnan.” Jiangnan shehui lishi pinglun (Historical review of the Lower Yangzi society) 5: 96-113 [in Chinese]

Gijsbert Oonk. Settled Strangers: Asian Business Elites in East Africa 1800-2000. New Delhi: Sage.

Matthew Pritchard. “Re-Inserting and Re-Politicizing Nature: the resource curse and human-environment relations.” Journal of Political Ecology 20: 361-375.

Matthew Pritchard. “Land, Power and Peace: Tenure formalization, agricultural reform and livelihood insecurity in rural Rwanda.” Land Use Policy 30.1: 186-196.

Matthew Pritchard. “Recording and Communicating Complexity: Information and Communication Technologies for the Prevention and Resolution of Land Tenure Disputes.” Briefing paper for the Social Cohesion and Violence Prevention Unit of the Social Development Department. The World Bank: Washington D.C. [Policy document]

Hang Qian. “Environmental Problems of the Lake Xiang and Historical Choices of Solutions.” Jiangnan shehui lishi pinglun (Historical review of the Lower Yangzi society) 5: 165-87.[in Chinese]

Anthony Reid. Co-editor with Patrick Daly and Michael Feener. From the Ground Up: Conflict Resolution and Reconstruction in Post-Tsunami Aceh. Singapore. ISEAS (also Indonesian translation).

Anthony Reid. “Crossing the Great Divide: Australia and eastern Indonesia.” In Macassan History and Heritage: Journeys, Encounters and Influences. Edited by Marshall Clark and Sally May. Canberra: ANU E-Press: 41-53.  

Anthony Reid. “Population History in a Dangerous Environment: How important may natural disasters have been?” Masyarakat Indonesia, 39.2: 505-26.

Angela Schottenhammer. “Migrations in medieval China.” In The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration. Edited by Immanuel Ness. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.

S. Evers, Caroline Seagle, F. Krijtenburg. Editors. 'Africa for Sale?’ Positioning the State. Land and Society in Foreign Large-Scale Land Acquisitions in Africa. Leiden: Brill.

S. Evers, Caroline Seagle, F. Krijtenburg, “Introduction: Contested Landscapes: Analysing the Role of the State, Land Reforms and Privatization in Foreign Land Deals in Africa.” In 'Africa for Sale?’ Positioning the State. Land and Society in Foreign Large-Scale Land Acquisitions in Africa. Edited by S. Evers, Caroline Seagle, F. Krijtenburg. Leiden: Brill: 1-37.

Caroline Seagle. “The mining-conservation nexus: Rio Tinto, development ‘gifts’ and contested compensation in Madagascar,” University of the Western Cape LDPI Working Paper 11 (35 pages).

Caroline Seagle. “‘Sauver’ la biodiversité en la détruisant: l’exploitation minière de Rio Tinto à Madagascar.” (trans. Timothé Feodoroff). Working paper for The Land Deal Politics Initiative in collaboration with Institute for Development Studies, International Institute of Social Studies, and the Institute of Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies, University of the Western Cape (39 pages).

Hideaki Suzuki. “Indo-yo nishi-kaiiki no kanousei: Kaiiki-shi kara sekai-shi he [Potential of Western Indian Ocean World: from Kaiiki-shi to World History]” Rekisigaku kenkyu 911: 178-185.

Hideaki Suzuki. “Baluchi Experiences under Slavery and the Slave Trade of the Gulf of Oman and the Persian Gulf, 1921-1950.” Journal of the Middle East and Africa 4-2: 205-233.

Hideaki Suzuki. “Nettowaaku no nakano minatomachi to soko ni okeru iwayuru ‘Banian’ shounin: 19seiki Zanzibaru ni okeru Kachhi Bhatiya shounin no katsudou [Port Towns in Network and so-called “Banian merchants” there: Trading Activities of Kachchhi Bhatiya merchants in 19th Century Zanzibar].” Toyoshi Kenkyu 71-4: 794-766.

Hideaki Suzuki.  “Tracing Their ‘Middle’ Passages.” In African Voices on Slavery and the Slave Trade. vol.1. Edited by Alice Bellagamba, Sandra E. Greene and Martin Klein. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 307-318.

Hideaki Suzuki.  4 sections (“Indian Ocean Trade”; “Sorabe”; “Waqwaq”; and “The Slave Trade”). In Madagascar wo shiru 62 syou [62 chapters for Madagascar]. Edited by Hideo Fukazawa, Takumi Moriyama and Taku Iida. Tokyo: Akashi Shoten.

Hideaki Suzuki.  Review. “‘Akuma wo tsukitsukeru youna’ Indo-yo nishi-kaiiki ni okeru dorei-koueki haizetsu katsudou no jittai [“Raising the devil with the trading dhows”: an aspect of anti-slave trade activity in the western Indian Ocean].” In Umi no Igirisu-shi [British Maritime History]. Edited by Shusaku Kanazawa et al. Osaka: Minerva Shobo.

Steven Serels. Starvation and the State: Famine, Slavery and Power in Sudan, 1883-1956. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Steven Serels. “Indigenous Debt and the Spirit of Colonial Capitalism: Debt, Taxes and the Cash-Crop Economy in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, 1898-1956.” In Debt and Slavery in the Mediterranean and Atlantic Worlds. Edited by Gwyn Campbell and Alessandro Stanziani. London: Pickering and Chatto: 133-141.

Lixing Tang. A Study of Suzhou’s Urban Society. Shanghai: Shanghai Shudian Press [in Chinese] 

Lixing Tang. “From the Host City to the Home County: The Malaria-fighting Sports Games of the She County’s Native-Place Association in Shanghai, 1947.” Shilin (Historical circle) 1: 10-25 [in Chinese].

Lixing Tang. “From the Host City to the Home Place: The Famine-Relieving Functions of the Huizhou Prefectural Native-Place Association in Shanghai.” Anhui shixue (Journal of Anhui history) 1: 23-40. [in Chinese]

Jon Unruh and Rhodri Williams. Editors. Land and Post-conflict Peacebuilding. London: Earthscan.

Jon Unruh and R. Williams. “Land: A foundation for peacebuilding.” In In Land and Post-conflict Peacebuilding. Edited by Jon Unruh and R. Williams. Earthscan, London: 1-20.

Jon Unruh and R. Williams. “Lessons learned in land tenure and natural resource management in post-conflict societies.” In Land and Post-conflict Peacebuilding. Edited by Jon Unruh and R. Williams. Earthscan, London: 535-576.

M.A. Abdul-Jalil and Jon Unruh. “Land rights under stress in Darfur: A volatile dynamic of the conflict.” War and Society 32.2: 156-181.

A. Corriveau-Bourque, I. Nelson, M. Pritchard, D. Stanfield and Jon Unruh. “Impacts of forest related large-scale land acquisitions in the Indian Ocean World.” Journal of the Indian Ocean Region 9.2: 208–226.

Huayu Lu, Shuangwen Yi, Zhengyu Liu, Joseph A. Mason, Dabang Jiang, Jun Cheng, Thomas Stevens, Zhiwei Xu, Enlou Zhang, Liya Jin, Zhaohui Zhang, Zhengtang Guo, Yi Wang, and Bette Otto-Bliesner. “Variation of East Asian monsoon precipitation during the past 21 k.y. and potential CO2 forcing.” Geology 41.9: 1023-1026.

M.C. Todd, C. Allen, M. Bart, M. Bechir, J. Bentefouet, B. Brooks, C. Cavazos-Guerra, T. Clovis, S. Deyane, M. Dieh, S. Engelstaedter, C. Flamant, L. Garcia-Carreras, A. Gandega, M. Gascoyne, M. Hobby, C. Kocha, C. Lavaysse, J. Marsham, J. Martins, J. McQuaid, J. Ngamini, D. Parker, T. Podvin, A. Rocha-Lima, S. Traore, Yi Wang, and R. Washington. “Meteorological and dust aerosol conditions over the western Saharan region observed at Fennec Supersite-2 during the intensive observation period in June 2011.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 118.15: 8426-8447.

James Warren. “Climate Change and the Impact of Drought on Human Affairs and Human History in the Philippines, 1582 to 2009.” Asia Research Centre (Murdoch University) Working Paper 174 (Oct).

James Warren. “A Tale of Two Decades: Typhoons and Floods, Manila and the Provinces, and the Marcos Years.” The Asia–Pacific Journal: Japan Focus 11. 43 (3): 4018.

James Warren. “The Role of Maritime Raiding or Warfare, in the economy of the Sulu Zone, 1768-1898.” In Philippines an Archipelago of Exchange. Edited by Constance de Monbrison and Corozan S. Alvina. Arles: Actes Sud: 146-157.

James Warren. “Metaphorical Perspectives of the Sea and the Sulu Zone, 1768-1898.” In The Sea: Thalassography and Historiography. Edited by Peter N. Miller. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press: 145-173.

James Warren. “Ransom, Escape and Debt Repayment in the Sulu Zone, 1750-1898.” In Bonded Labour and Debt in the Indian Ocean World. Edited by Gwyn Campbell and Alessandro Stanziani. London: Pickering and Chatto: 87-102.

Anna Winterbottom. “Auto-Ethnography and Self-Fashioning in Samuel Baron’s Description of Tonqueen.”  Journeys: The International Journal of Travel & Travel Writing, 14:2: 85–105. 

Songru Xu. “Natural Disasters and Revolutionary Movements: The Changshu Thousand People's Association's Struggles against Rent Payment around the 1911 Revolution.” Taishan xueyuan xuebao (Journal of Taishan Normal College) 1: 34-58. (In Chinese)

 

2012

P. Brohan, Rob Allan, et.al. “Constraining the temperature history of the past millennium using early instrumental observations.” Climate of the Past 8: 1653-1685.

Ben White, Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Ruth Hall, Ian Scoones and Wendy Wolford. “The new enclosures: critical perspectives on corporate land deals.” Journal of Peasant Studies 39.3-4: 619-647.

T.J. Janes and Andrew Bush. “The Role of Atmospheric Dynamics and Climate Change on the Possible Fate of Glaciers in the Karakoram, Himalaya.” Journal of Climate 25.23: 8308-8327.

Gwyn Campbell. “Thomas Phillips' Dream and the Founding of the Madagascar Mission.” In The Bicentenary of the Academy at Neuadd Llwyd Trivium Occasional Papers 6. Edited by Bryan Jones. Trivium: 39-54.

Gwyn Campbell. David Griffiths and the Missionary 'History of Madagascar’. Leiden: Brill.

Gwyn Campbell. “Female Bondage and Agency in the Indian Ocean World.” In African Communities in Asia and the Mediterranean: Identities Between Integration and Conflict. Edited by Ehud R. Toledano. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press: 37-63.

Martha Chaiklin. “The Merchant's Ark: Live Animal Gifts in Early Modern Dutch-Japanese Relations,” World History Connected (Feb) – http://worldhistoryconnected.press.illinois.edu/9.1/chaiklin.html.

M. Cheriet, R. Farrahi Moghaddam, E. Arabnejad  and G. Zhong. “Manifold Learning for shape-based recognition of historical Arabic documents.” Handbook of Statistics 31: 471-492.

Amitava Chowdhury.  “Exploring an 'old verbal ambiguity': East Indian ethnicity and identity in Trinidad and the British Caribbean.” Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 37.73: 209-220.

Jennifer Craig. “User's Guide to Shipwreck Gallery Resources: Thai Ceramics, A Case Study.” A report for the Department of Maritime Archaeology, Western Australian Maritime Museum, No. 31.

Oláh Csaba. “Border Defence, Border Inspection and Foreign Embassies in the Ming Period.” In Frontiers and Boundaries: Encounters on China's Margins (Asiatische Forschungen 156). Edited by Zsombor Rajkai and Ildikó Bellér-Hann. Harrassowitz Verlag: 107-128.

Vinita Damodaran. “Environmental history and empire, a survey of the field.” In The Ashgate research companion to modern imperial histories. Edited by Philippa Levine and John Marriott. Ashgate Research Companions . Ashgate.

Vinita Damodaran. “Colonialism, imperialism and environmental history.” In Encyclopaedia of life support systems. UNESCO Publishing-Eolss Publishers, Oxford.

Brendon Gillon. “The correspondence principle.” In World View and Theory in Indian Philosophy, Warsaw Indological Studies. vol. 5. Edited by Piotr Balcerowicz. New Delhi: Manohar: 379-396.

Jun Jie. “Literati Lineages and Social Mobility in the Jiangnan Region: The Case of Pang Family of Changshu County, 1368-1912). Lishi jiaoxue wenti (Journal of historical teaching) 6: 44-57. [in Chinese]

Dominic Kniveton, Christopher D. Smith and Richard Black. “Emerging migration flows in a changing climate in dryland Africa.” Nature Climate Change 2.6: 444-447.

Clionadh Raleigh, Dominic Kniveton. “Come rain or shine: An analysis of conflict and climate variability in East Africa.” Journal of Peace Research 49.1: 51-64.

C.J.R. Williams, Dominic Kniveton. “Atmosphere-land surface interactions and their influence on extreme rainfall and potential abrupt climate change over southern Africa.” Climatic Change 112. 3-4: 981-996.

Suzanne Leroy, H.A.K. Lahijani et al. “Lingulodinium machaerophorum expansion over the last centuries in the Caspian Sea reflects global warming.” Biogeosciences 9: 16663-16704.

Faruk Ocakoğlu, Osman Kır, İsmail Ömer Yılmaz, Sanem Açıkalın, Celal Erayık, Cemal Tunoğlu, Suzanne Leroy. “Early to Mid-Holocene Lake level and temperature records from the terraces of Lake Sünnet in NW Turkey.” Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 369: 175-184.

M.C. Pierret, F. Chabaux, Suzanne Leroy, C. Causse. “A record of Late Quaternary continental weathering in the sediment of the Caspian Sea: Evidence from U-Th, Sr isotopes, trace element and palynological data.” Quaternary Science Reviews 51: 40-55. 

Steffen Mischke, Ulla Schudack, Sébastien Bertrand, Suzanne Leroy. “Ostracods from a Marmara Sea lagoon (Turkey) as tsunami indicators.” Quaternary International 261: 156-161.

Ying Liu. “A Multilingual Bibliography on the Voyages of Zheng He.” International Research Newsletter, December: 7.

Anthony Reid. “Historical Evidence for Major Tsunamis in the Java Subduction Zone.” Asia Research Institute Working Paper Series 178

Anthony Reid. “Indonesia’s New Prominence in the World.” In Indonesia Rising: The Repositioning of Asia’s Third Giant. Edited by Anthony Reid. Singapore: ISEAS: 1-13.

Anthony Reid. Editor, Indonesia Rising: The Repositioning of Asia’s Third Giant. Singapore: ISEAS.

Anthony Reid. “Historical Evidence for Past Tsunamis in the Java Subduction Zone.” Asia Research Institute Working Paper 178 

Anthony Reid. “Ningen to kankyou no rekishi ni mukete: Kado ni kokka wo juushi shite katarunoha yameyou” [Towards Human and Environmental History: Let’s not “over-state”] translated by  Hitomi Hohri,  Keizai seminar (in Japanese).  667 (27 July)

Angela Schottenhammer. “The 'China Seas' in world history: A general outline of the role of Chinese and East Asian maritime space from its origins to c. 1800.” Journal of Marine and Island Cultures 1.2: 63-86.

Angela Schottenhammer. “The East Asian 'Mediterranean': A Medium of Flourishing Exchange Relations and Interaction in the East Asian World.” In The Sea: Thalassography and Historiography. Edited by Peter N. Miller. Ann Arbor: Michigan University Press: 109-144.

Caroline Seagle. “Inverting the impacts: Mining, conservation and sustainability claims near the Rio Tinto/ QMM ilmenite mine in Southeast Madagascar.” Journal of Peasant Studies 39.2: 447-477.

S. Evers, Caroline Seagle. “Stealing the sacred: Why ‘global heritage’ discourse is perceived as a frontal attack on local heritage-making in Madagascar.” Madagascar Conservation & Development 7.2S: 97-107.

M. Smith, M. Zurba; C. Burlando; D. Stucker; D. Barguil; Md.B. Jessorey; E. Jr. Arenas; E. Hsiao; Caroline Seagle, G. Naranjo, Promoting International Youth Engagement and Partnership Building at the IUCN World Conservation Congress. Final Report on the IUCN World Conservation Congress, Jeju, South Korea (members from Bangladesh, Canada, Costa Rica, Mexico, and USA) to the IDRC. Lakehead University, Ontario, Canada. 

Alessandro Stanziani. Bâtisseurs d’Empires, Russie, Chine et Inde à la croisée des mondes, XVe-XIXe siècle. Paris: Liber.

Alessandro Stanziani. Editor. Labour, Coercion, and Economic Growth in Eurasia, 17th-20th Centuries. Leiden: Brill.

Lakshmi Subramanian. “Seths and Sahibs: Negotiated Relationships between Indigenous Capital and the East India Company.” In Oceanic Empire: Britain's Atlantic and Indian Ocean Worlds, 1500-1850. Edited by John Reid, Elizabeth Mancke and Huw Bowen. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lakshmi Subramanian. “Reaping the Risks of Transition: Merchants and Trade in Western India, c. 1750–1818.” In The Trading World of the Indian Ocean 1500-1800. Edited by Om Prakash. Pearson Education.

Hideaki Suzuki.  “Enslaved population and Indian owners along the East African Coast: Exploring the Rigby Manumission List, 1860-1861.” History in Africa 39: 209-240.

Hideaki Suzuki. “19-seiki Nusibe-tou de karamariau tayouna kankeisei [Connections entangled in nineteenth century Nosy Be].” In Madagascar Chiiki Bunka no Doutai. Edited by Taku Iida. Senri Ethnological Studies 103: 241-258.

Steven Serels. “Famines of War: The Red Sea Grain Market and Famine in Eastern Sudan, 1889-1891.” Northeast African Studies 12.1: 73-94.

Lixing Tang. “The Social Security Functions of the Huizhou Prefectural Native-Place Association in Shanghai, 1923-1949.” Shanghai shifan daxue xuebao (Journal of Shanghai Normal University) 3: 32-45. [in Chinese]

Lukas Tencer, Marta Reznáková, Mohamed Cheriet. “A new framework for online sketch-based image retrieval in web environment.” In Conference Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Information Science, Signal Processing and their Applications. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE): 1430-1431.

Lukas Tencer, Marta Reznáková, Mohamed Cheriet. “Online handwritten gesture recognition based on Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy models.” In Conference Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Information Science, Signal Processing and their Applications. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE): 1247-1252.

Jon Unruh, M. Shalaby. “A volatile interaction between peacebuilding priorities: road infrastructure (re)construction and land rights in Afghanistan.” Progress in Development Studies 12: 47-61.

Jon Unruh, Musa Adam Abdul-Jalil. “Land rights in Darfur: institutional flexibility, policy and adaptation to environmental change.” Natural Resources Forum 36.4: 274-284

Jon Unruh. “Land and legality in the Darfur conflict.” African Security 5.2: 105-128.

Jon Unruh. “The Role of Land Resource Rights in the Maximization of Adaptation Investments: The Example of Darfur.” Research to Practice Policy Brief No. 1. Institute for the Study of International Development, McGill University for the Canadian International Development Agency, Ottawa. [Policy document]

Geoff Wade, Li Tana. Editors. Anthony Reid and the Study of the Southeast Asian Past. Singapore: Institute for Southeast Asian Studies.

Geoff Wade, Li Tana. “Tongking in the Age of Commerce.” In Anthony Reid and the Study of the Southeast Asian Past. Edited by Geoff Wade and Li Tana. Singapore: Institute for Southeast Asian Studies: 246-270.

James Warren. “Saltwater Slavers and Captives in the Sulu Zone, 1768-1878.” In Maritime Slavery. Edited by Philip Morgan. London: Routledge: 119-139.

James Warren. “Weather, History and Empire: The Typhoon Factor and the Manila Galleon Trade, 1565-1815.” In Anthony Reid and the Study of the Southeast Asian Past. Edited by Geoff Wade and Li Tana. Singapore: Institute for Southeast Asian Studies: 183-220

James Warren. “Kiko hendo, shokuryo seisan, noson shakai: 1582 nen kara 2009 nen no Firipini”       (“Climate Change, Food Production and Agrarian Society: the Philippines, 1582-2009”), translated by Yasuyuki Kono. In Chikyuken Seimeiken no sensairyoku: Nettai chiiki shakai no sezon kiban (The Potentiality of Geosphere and Biopshere: Exploring the Tropical Humanosphere). Edited by Yanigaswa Masayuki, Kono Yasuyuki, Kozan Osamu and Kanzaki Mamoru. Kyoto: Kyoto daigaku gakujutsu shuppankan (Kyoto University Press): 39-67.

Guoqiang Zhong, Mohamed Cheriet. “Image patches analysis for text block identification." In Conference Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Information Science, Signal Processing and their Applications. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE): 1241-1246.

 

2011

Rob Allan, Philip Brohan, et.al. “The International Atmospheric Circulation Reconstructions over the Earth (ACRE) initiative.” Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 92: 1421-1425.

Rob Allan, G.P. Compo, and J. Carton. “Recovery of global surface weather observations for historical reanalyses and international users.” Eos Trans. AGU 92.18.

S. Brönnimann, G. P. Compo, R. Spadin, Rob Allan, W. Adam. “Early ship-based upper-air data and comparison with the Twentieth Century Reanalysis.” Climate of the Past 7: 265-276.

P.W Thorne, K.M. Willett, Rob Allan, et. al. “Guiding the creation of a comprehensive surface temperature resource for 21st century climate science.” Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 92: ES40-ES47.

Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Jennifer C. Franco. Political dynamics of land-grabbing in Southeast Asia: Understanding Europe’s role. Amsterdam: Transnational Institute.

Saturnino M. Borras Jr., RP. McMicahel, and Ian Scoones. Editors. Biofuels, Land and Agrarian Change. London: Routledge.

Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Ruth Hall, Ian Scoones, Ben White and Wendy Wolford. “Towards a better understanding of global land grabbing: an editorial introduction” Journal of Peasant Studies 38.2: 209-216.

Saturnino M. Borras Jr., David Fig and Sofía Monsalve Suárez. “The politics of agrofuels and mega-land and water deals: insights from the ProCana case, Mozambique.” Review of African Political Economy 38.128: 215-234.

Andrew Bush. “Glaciation during Times of Enhanced/Reduced Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide.” In: Encyclopedia of Snow Ice and Glaciers. Edited by V.P. Singh, P. Singh, and U.K. Haritashya. Dordrecht: Springer Publications: 366-372. 

Gwyn Campbell, Suzanne Miers and Joseph Miller. Editors. Child Slaves in the Modern World. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press

Gwyn Campbell. “Children and Bondage in Imperial Madagascar, ca.1790-1895.” In Child Slaves in the Modern World. Edited by Gwyn Campbell, Suzanne Miers and Joseph Miller. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press: 37-63.

Gwyn Campbell. “Slavery in the Indian Ocean World.” In The Routledge History of Slavery. Edited by Gad Heuman and Trevor Burnard. London: Routledge: 52-63.

Gwyn Campbell. “Africa, the Indian Ocean World and the 'early modern': Historiographical Conventions and Problems.” In Africa, Empire and Globalization: Essays in Honor of A.G. Hopkins. Edited by Toyin Falola and Emily Brownell. Durham N.C.: Carolina Academic Press: 81-92.

Gwyn Campbell. “The East African and Indian Ocean Slave Trades, 1750-1914.” In World History Encyclopedia. Edited by Alfred J. Andrea and Carolyn Neel. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

Zhongping Chen. Modern China’s Network Revolution: Chambers of Commerce and Sociopolitical Change in the Early Twentieth Century. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. 

Vinita Damodaran. “Globalisation and sacred adivasi landscapes of Eastern India.” In the Routledge handbook of heritage in Asia. Edited by Patrick Daly and Tim Winters. London: Routledge: 311-327.

Vinita Damodaran. “Customary rights and resistance in the forests of Singhbhum.” In The politics of belonging in India: becoming Adivasi. Edited by Daniel J Rycroft and Sanqeeta Dasgupta. London: Routledge: 103-118. 

Vinita Damodaran. “The British Raj, Gandhi and his practice of politics in India in the 1930s and 1940s.” In Global encounters, European identities. Creating links and innovative overviews for a new history research agenda for the citizens of a growing Europe vol.5. Edited by Mary Harris, Levai Csaba and Anna Agnarsdottir. Pisa: Plus-Pisa University Press.  

Ulrike Freitag. Co-editor with Nora Lafi et al. The City in the Ottoman Empire: Migration and the Making of Urban Modernity. London: Routledge.

Scott Leckie, Christopher Huggins. Conflict and Housing, Land, and Property Rights: A Handbook on Issues, Frameworks and Solutions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Christopher Huggins. “The Presidential Land Commission: Undermining Land Law Reform.” In Remaking Rwanda: State Building and Human Rights after Mass Violence. Edited by S. Strauss and L. Waldorf. University of Wisconsin Press: 252-266.

Christopher Huggins. “Land Commissions in Rwanda: Undermining Land Reform.” In Remaking Rwanda: State Building and Human Rights after Mass Violence. Edited by Lars Waldorf and Scott Strauss. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press: 252-266.

B.A. Laken, Dominic KnivetonM.R. Frogley. “Cosmic rays linked to rapid mid-latitude cloud changes.” Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 10.22: 10941-10948.

Richard Black, Dominic Kniveton, and Kerstin Schmidt-Verkerk. “Migration and climate change: towards an integrated assessment of sensitivity.” Environment and Planning A. 43.2: 431-450. 

Benjamin Laken, Dominic Kniveton, Arnold Wolfendale. “Forbush decreases, solar irradiance variations and anomalous cloud changes.” Journal of Geophysical Research 116. 

K. Arpe, Suzanne Leroy et al. “Impact of the European Russia drought in 2010 on the Caspian Sea level.” Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 8: 7781-7803. 

S. Bertrand, L. Doner, S. Akçer Ön, U. Sancar, U. Schudack, S. Mischke, M. N. Çagatay, Suzanne Leroy. “Sedimentary record of coseismic subsidence in Hersek coastal lagoon (Izmit Bay, Turkey) and the late Holocene activity of the North Anatolian Fault.” Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems 12.6 doi: 10.1029/2011GC003511 

Suzanne Leroy, H.A.K. Lahijani et al. “Late little ice age palaeoenvironmental records from the Anzali and Amirkola lagoons (South Caspian Sea): Vegetation and sea level changes.” Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 302. 3-4: 415-434. 

K. Arpe, Suzanne Leroy, U. Mikolajewicz. “A comparison of climate simulations for the last glacial maximum with three different versions of the ECHAM model and implications for summer-green tree refugia.” Climate of the Past 7.1: 91-114.

Suzanne Leroy, P.J. Mudie et al. “Nonpollen palynomorphs: Indicators of salinity and environmental change in the Caspian-Black Sea-Mediterranean corridor.” Special Paper of the Geological Society of America 473: 89-115. 

Bian Li. “Environmental Condition and Social Change in Huizhou Prefecture from the Mid-Sixteenth Century”, in Jiangnan shehui lishi pinglun (Historical review of the Lower Yangzi society) vol.2: 278-289 [in Chinese]

Xueqiang Ma. “Linkage between China and the West: Change in the Social Backgrounds of Modern Comprador Class.” Jiangnan shehui lishi pinglun (Historical review of the Lower Yangzi society) 3: 89-109 [in Chinese]

Pierre-Yves Manguin, A Mani, Geoff Wade. Editors. Early interactions between South and Southeast Asia: reflections on cross-cultural exchange. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

K. Rajan. “Emergence of early Historic Trade in peninsula India.” In Early Interactions Between South and Southeast Asia: Reflections on Cross-Cultural Exchange. Edited by Pierre-Yves Manguin, ‎A. Mani, ‎Geoff Wade. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies: 177-196.

K. Rajan. Co-editor. Megalithic Builders of South India: Archaeo-Anthropological Investigations on Human Skeletal Remains from Kodumanal. New Delhi: Aryan Books International.

Himanshu Prabha Ray. Editor, Negotiating Cultural Identity: Landscapes in Early Medieval South Asian History. New Delhi: Routledge.

Anthony Reid. Co-editor with Michael Feener and Patrick Daly. Mapping the Acehnese Past. Leiden: KITLV Press (also Indonesian translation).

Angela Schottenhammer. “Westasiatisch-muslimische (Huihui 回回) Medizin und Ärzte im yuanzeitlichen China (13./14. Jahrhundert.)” (“West-Asiatic Muslim Medicine and Physicians in Yuan China (13th-14th Centuries”). In Transkulturelle Verflechtungen im mittelalterlichen Jahtausend:Europa, Ostasien und Afrika  (Trans-cultural Network in the Middle Period Millenium. Europe, Africa and Asia). Edited by Michael Borgolte and Matthias M. Tischler. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft: 34-54.

Angela Schottenhammer. “帝国与边缘:1644年至19世纪清朝与日本及琉球关系比较研究” (“Empire and Periphery: The Qing Empire's Relation with Japan and the Ryuyks (1644-1800): A Comparison”). Haiyangshi yanjiu 海洋史研究 - Studies of Maritime History 2: 226-245.

Angela Schottenhammer. Appendix to “Brokers and 'Guild' (huiguan 會館) Organizations  in China's Maritime Trade with her Eastern Neighbours during the Ming and Qing Dynasties,” Crossroads 3:  21-52.

Tansen Sen. “Maritime Interactions between China and India: Coastal India and the Ascendancy of Chinese Maritime Power in the Indian Ocean.” Journal of Central Eurasian Studies 2: 41-82.

Hideaki Suzuki.  “Indo-yo nishi-kaiiki ni okeru “dorei-sen” gari: 19seiki dorei koueki haizetsu katsudou no ichi-danmen [Hunting “Slavers” in the Western Indian Ocean: an Aspect of Anti-Slave Trade Activity].” Afurika Kenkyu 79: 13-26.

Hideaki Suzuki.  “Sayyid bin Sultan botshu-go no Afurika tairiku toubu ryoudo wo meguru keii: dorei ryuutsuu kouzou ni okeru enganbu Suwahili shakai no kinou-henka ni kansuru tsuiron [The Issue of Inheritance, Slaves, and the Transformation of Swahili Society in the Wake of the Death of Sayyid Sa'īd].” Suwahili & Afurika Kenkyu 22: 1-24.

Hideaki Suzuki.  “19seiki higashi-Afurika enganbu-shakai no dorei-sei to gender: Swahili-jin no kansyuu wo tegakari ni shite [Slavery and Gender in 19th century east African coastal society: with reference to Desturi za Waswahili].” In Hito no ido/ Bunka no kousa [Human Movements & Cultural Crossing]. Edited by Toshie Awaya & Yuko Matsumoto. Akashi Syoten: 65-85.

Li Tana. “In Search of History: The Chinese in South Vietnam, 1945–1975.” In The Chinese/ Vietnamese Diaspora: Revisiting the boat people. Edited by Yuk Wah Chan. New York: Routledge: 52-61.

Li Tana. “Coin Casting and Coins as a Trade Item between Vietnam, China and Siam in the late      18th and early 19th Centuries.” In Ethnic Chinese Merchants and Chinese Capitalism in Southeast Asia: A History through Commodities. Edited by Eric Tagliacozzo and Wen-Chin Chang. Durham: Duke University Press: 130-148.

Li Tana. “The imported book trade and Confucian learning in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Vietnam.” In New Perspectives on the History and Historiography of Southeast Asia. Edited by Michael Aung-Thwin and Kenneth R. Hall. London and New York: Routledge: 167-182.

Lixing Tang. “The Association of Huizhou Immigrants in Shanghai and Social Transformation between 1923 and 1953.” Lishi yanjiu (Journal of historical research). 3: 15-45 [in Chinese].

Shuimu Tao. “Local Governments, Civil Organizations, and Their Responses to Natural Disasters.” In Jiangnan shehui lishi pinglun (Historical review of the Lower Yangzi society) 3: 293-313 [in Chinese]

Jon Unruh, A. Corriveau-Bourque. “Volatile landscapes: the impact of explosive remnants of war on land rights in conflict affected countries.” Journal of Peace, Conflict and Development, 18: 7-25 

Jon Unruh. “Land rights and peacebuilding: challenges and responses.” International Journal of Peace Studies. 15: 89-125.

Xiaodong Liu, Yi Wang. “Contrasting impacts of spring thermal conditions over Tibetan Plateau on late-spring to early-summer precipitation in Southeast China.” Atmospheric Science Letters 12.3: 309-315.

James Warren. “The Balangingi Samal: 'Pirate Wars,' Dislocation and Diasporic Identities.” The Great Circle 33.2: 43-66.

James Warren. “The Global Economy and the Sulu Zone: Connections, Commodities and Culture” Crossroads: Studies on the History of Exchange Relations in the East Asian World 3: 53-126.

James Warren. “Climate, Natural Hazards and Change in Southeast Asia.” Asia Currents (Feb): 7-9.

Anna Winterbottom. “From Hold to Foredeck: Slave Professions in the Maritime World of the East India Company 1660-1720”, Maritime History as Global History. St. John's: International Maritime Economic History Association: 95-124. 

 

2010

Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Philip McMichael and Ian Scoones. “The politics of biofuels, land and agrarian change: editors’ introduction.” Journal of Peasant Studies 37.4: 575-592.

Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Jennifer C. Franco. “Food Sovereignty & Redistributive Land Policies: Exploring Linkages, Identifying Challenges.” In Food Sovereignty. Reconnecting Food, Nature and Community. Edited by Hannah Wittman, Annette Aurélie Desmarais and Nettie Wiebe. Halifax: Pambazuka Press.  106-119.

Saturnino M. Borras Jr. “The Politics of Transnational Agrarian Movements.” Development and Change 41.5: 771-803.

Saturnino M. Borras Jr., Jennifer Franco. “La política del acaparamiento mundial de tierras. Replanteando las cuestiones de tierras, redefiniendo la resistencia.” ICAS Working Paper Series 001: 44pp.

D. White, Andrew Bush. “Holocene climate, environmental change, and Neolithic biocultural discontinuity in the Baikal region.” In Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region Siberia: Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Lifeways. Edited by A.W. Weber, M.A. Katzenberg, and T. Schurr. Pennsylvania: University of Pennsylvania Press: 1-26. 

John F. Shroder Jr., Lewis A. Owen, Yeong Bae Seong, Michael P. Bishop, Andrew Bush, et al. “The role of mass movements on landscape evolution in the Central Karakoram: discussion and speculation.” Quaternary International. 236: 34–47.

Gwyn Campbell. Contributions (“Inde”; “Océan Indien”). In Dictionnaire des esclavages. Edited by Olivier Pétré-Grenouilleau. Villatuerta, Spain: Larousse.

Arthur GreenJon Unruh. “Clean Development Mechanism Afforestation and Reforestation projects: implications for local agriculture. CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 5.057: 1–11. 

Christopher Huggins. “Shades of Grey: Post-Conflict Land Policy Reform in the Great Lakes Region.” In The Struggle over Land in Africa: Conflicts, Politics & Change. Edited by Ward Anseeuw and Chris Alden. Pretoria: Human Sciences Research Council: 37-52.

Benjamin Laken, Dominic Kniveton, Mick Frogley. “Cosmic rays linked to rapid mid-latitude cloud changes.” Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 10.22: 10941-10948. 

C.J.R. Williams, Dominic Kniveton, R. Layberry. “Idealized SST anomaly regional climate model experiments: A note of caution.” Progress in Physical Geography 34.1: 59-74.

Dominic Kniveton, C.J.R. Williams and R. Layberry. “Assessment of climate models to reproduce rainfall variability and extremes over Southern Africa.” International Journal of Climatology 99.1-2: 9-27.

Valentina Yanko-Hombach, Salomon Kroonenberg, Suzanne Leroy. Editors. “Caspian-Black Sea-Mediterranean corridors during the last 30 ka: Sea level change and human adaptive strategies Proceedings of IGCP 521 and 481-INQUA 501 Third Plenary Meeting and Field Trip.” Quaternary International 225.2: 147-149. 

F.H. Neumann, E.J. Kagan, Suzanne Leroy, U. Baruch. “Vegetation history and climate fluctuations on a transect along the Dead Sea west shore and their impact on past societies over the last 3500 years.” Journal of Arid Environments 74.7: 756-764. 

Suzanne Leroy, S. Marco et al. “Impact of earthquakes on agriculture during the Roman-Byzantine period from pollen records of the Dead Sea laminated sediment.” Quaternary Research 73.2: 191-200.

Suzanne Leroy. “Pollen analysis of core DS7-1SC (Dead Sea) showing intertwined effects of climatic change and human activities in the Late Holocene.” Journal of Archaeological Science 37.2: 306-316. 

Angela Schottenhammer. “Brokers and 'Guild' (huiguan 會館) Organizations in China's Maritime Trade with her Eastern Neighbours during the Ming and Qing Dynasties,” Crossroads 1/2: 99-150.

Angela Schottenhammer. “Corredores y  'gremios' (huiguan 會館) en el comercio marítimo chino con sus vecinos del este durante las dinastías Ming y Qing”, Estudios de Asia y África, núm. 143.3 (45): 567–630.

Caroline Seagle. “Deforestation and impoverishment in rural Madagascar: Links between state governance, land degradation, and food insecurity over time.” Taloha, revue scientifique internationale des civilisations 19.20 - http://www.taloha.info/document.php?id=859.

Veysel Simsek. “Osmanlı İmparatorluğu’nda Düzenli Ordu için Asker Toplanması: 1826–1853” [Recruitment for the Regular Army in the Ottoman Empire: 1826–1853]. Toplumsal Tarih [Social History, Istanbul], no. 198: 36–42.

Veysel Simsek. Transcription of selected early nineteenth–century Ottoman constitutional texts. In 1815–1847, vol. 2 of Quellen zur Europäischen Verfassungsgeschichte im 19. Jahrhundert [Handbook of European Constitutional History in the Nineteenth Century]. Bonn: J. H. W Dietz Nachfolger. CD–ROM.

Jon Unruh. “Tree-based carbon storage in developing countries: neglect of the social sciences.” Society and Natural Resources. 24 (2): 185-192.

Jon Unruh, W. McConnell, and J. Rodman. “Environmental change and adaptation in degraded agro-ecosystems: the case of highland Madagascar.” Area. 42: 359-368.

L. Cliggett, E. Colson, R. Hay, T. Scudder, Jon Unruh. “Adaptive Responses to Environmental and Sociopolitical Change in Southern Zambia.” In Human Ecology: Contemporary Research and Practice. Edited by D.G. Bates and J. Tucker. Springer Science: 225-236.

Geoff Wade. “Early Muslim expansion in South-East Asia, eighth to fifteenth centuries.” The New Cambridge history of Islam 3. Edited by David O. Morgan, Anthony Reid: 366-408.

Zhangdong Jin, Chen-Feng You, Yi Wang, Yuewei Shi. “Hydrological and solute budgets of Lake Qinghai, the largest lake on the Tibetan Plateau.” Quaternary International 218.1-2: 151-156. 

James Warren. “The Iranun and Balangingi Raids: Saltwater Slavers and Captives in Southeast Asia, 1768-1898.” Slavery & Abolition 31.3: 429-450.