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[img src=http://pacificstudies.org.au/wp-content/flagallery/aaps-member-books/thumbs/thumbs_looser-remaking-pacific-pasts.jpg]140Diana Looser Remaking Pacific Pasts
History, Memory, and Identity in Contemporary Theater from Oceania, University of Hawai'i Press (2014) ISBN: 978-0-8248-3976-5[img src=http://pacificstudies.org.au/wp-content/flagallery/aaps-member-books/thumbs/thumbs_choi-and-jolly-divine-domesticities.png]110Hyaeweol Choi and Margaret Jolly
Christian Paradoxes in Asia and the Pacific, ANU Press (2014) ISBN: 978-1-925-02194-3[img src=http://pacificstudies.org.au/wp-content/flagallery/aaps-member-books/thumbs/thumbs_steel-oceania-under-steam.jpg]160Frances Steel Oceania Under Steam
Sea transport and the cultures of colonialism, c. 1870-1914, Manchester University Press (2011) ISBN: 978-0-7190-8290-0[img src=http://pacificstudies.org.au/wp-content/flagallery/aaps-member-books/thumbs/thumbs_tomlinson-ritual-textuality.jpg]150Matt Tomlinson Ritual Textuality
Pattern and Motion in Performance, Oxford University Press (2014) ISBN: 978-0-19-934113-9[img src=http://pacificstudies.org.au/wp-content/flagallery/aaps-member-books/thumbs/thumbs_decolonisation-and-the-pacific.jpg]100 Tracey Banivanua Mar
Decolonisation and the Pacific<br />Indigenous Globalisation and the Ends of Empire[img src=http://pacificstudies.org.au/wp-content/flagallery/aaps-member-books/thumbs/thumbs_teaiwa-consuming-ocean-island.jpg]160Katerina Teaiwa Consuming Ocean Island
Stories of People and Phosphate from Banaba, Indiana University Press (2014) ISBN: 978-0-253-01460-3[img src=http://pacificstudies.org.au/wp-content/flagallery/aaps-member-books/thumbs/thumbs_corrin-bamford-courts-and-civil-procedure-in-south-pacific.png]100Jennifer Corrin and David Newton Bamford (eds)
Courts and Civil Procedure in the South Pacific[img src=http://pacificstudies.org.au/wp-content/flagallery/aaps-member-books/thumbs/thumbs_hermkens-engendering-objects.jpg]110Anna-Karina Hermkens Engendering Objects
Dynamics of Barkcloth and Gender among the Maisin of Papua New Guinea, Sidestone Press (2013) ISBN: 978-9-0889-0145-4[img src=http://pacificstudies.org.au/wp-content/flagallery/aaps-member-books/thumbs/thumbs_george-situating-women.png]130Nicole George Situating Women
Gender Politics and Circumstance in Fiji, ANU Press (2012) ISBN: 978-1-922-14414-0[img src=http://pacificstudies.org.au/wp-content/flagallery/aaps-member-books/thumbs/thumbs_victoria-stead-c-2016.jpg]80Victoria Stead C. Becoming Landowners
Becoming Landowners: Entanglements of Custom and Modernity in Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste (2016) ISBN: 978-0-8248-5666-3[img src=http://pacificstudies.org.au/wp-content/flagallery/aaps-member-books/thumbs/thumbs_lepani-islands-of-love.jpg]180Katherine Lepani Islands of Love, Islands of Risk
Culture and HIV in the Trobriands, Vanderbilt (2012) ISBN13: 978-0-8265-1875-0[img src=http://pacificstudies.org.au/wp-content/flagallery/aaps-member-books/thumbs/thumbs_making-mala-by-c-moore.jpg]00
[img src=http://pacificstudies.org.au/wp-content/flagallery/aaps-member-books/thumbs/thumbs_besnier-and-alexeyeff-gender-on-the-edge_0.jpg]140Niko Besnier and Kalissa Alexeyeff Gender on the Edge
Transgender, Gay, and Other Pacific Islanders (2014) ISBN: 978-0-8248-3883-6
Tides of Transformation
2016 AAPS Conference hosted by James Cook University in Cairns, Australia
FORTHCOMING & 2017
Corrin, Jennifer and Don Paterson 2016. Introduction to South Pacific Law. Forth Edition. – Special Issue of the Journal of South Pacific Law, dedicated to the late Guy Powles.
Stead, Victoria C. 2016. Becoming Landowners: Entanglements of Custom and Modernity in Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste, University of Hawai’i Press.
Banivanua Mar, Tracey. 2016. Decolonisation and the Pacific: Indigenous Globalisation and the Ends of Empire, available from June.
Corrin, Jennifer and David Newton Bamford (eds). 2016. Courts and Civil Procedure in the South Pacific, 2nd edition, Intersentia Press.
Hermkens, Anna-Karina, Rachel Morgain and John Taylor (eds). 2015. Gender and Person in Oceania, Special Issue of Oceania 85(1):1-131.
Nicholas Halter will be conferred in July 2015 for his PhD titled ‘To see with their own eyes’: Australian travel writing on the Pacific Islands c.1880-1941.
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Barker, J. and Hermkens, A. 2015 (forthcoming). The Mothers Union Goes on Strike Again. In The Gender of the Church. Edited by A. Eriksen and M. MacCarthy. Special issue of The Australian Journal of Anthropology.
Dick. T. 2015. ‘Chorographing The Vanuatu Aquapelago’, Shima: The International Journal of Research into Island Cultures 9(2): 1-22.
Hermkens, A. 2015. ‘Mannelijkheid en Vrouwelijkheid Verweven: Patrilineaire Identiteit door vrouwenhanden gemaakt.’ In Mythen van gender: Essays voor Willy Jansen. [‘Masculinity and femininity intertwined: Patrilineal identity made by women’s hands.’ In: Myths of Gender. Essays for Willy Jansen.] Edited by Stefan Dudink and Liedeke Plate. Nijmegen: Uitgevery Vantilt, pp. 203-209
Hermkens, A. 2015. ‘Dynamics of Barkcloth and Identity among the Maisin of PNG.’ In Made in Oceania: Proceedings of the International Symposium on the social and cultural meanings of Oceanic tapa. Edited by P. P. Mesenhöller. UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 15-28.
Hermkens, A. 2015. Marian Movements and Secessionist Warfare in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea. In G. Trompf (ed) New Religious movements in the Pacific. Special Issue Nova Religio 18(4): 35-54.
Hermkens, A. 2015. Mediations of Cloth: Tapa and Personhood among the Maisin in Papua New Guinea. In A. Hermkens, J. Taylor and R. Morgain (eds) Gender and Person in Oceania. Oceania 85(1):10-23.
Hermkens, A. 2015. Hermkens, A. 2015. The Gendered Politics of Witchcraft and Sorcery Accusations among the Maisin of Papua New Guinea (PNG). The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 16(1): 36-54.
Hermkens, A. 2015. Book review of ‘Treasured Possessions’ by H. Geismar. Pacific Affairs 88(1), 236-238.
Jolly, Margaret. 2015. ‘Braed praes in Vanuatu: Both gifts and commodities. In Gender and Person in Oceania, ed. Anna-Karina Hermkens, Rachel Morgain and John Taylor. Special Issue of Oceania 85(1): 63–78.
Latai, Latu . 2015. ‘Changing covenants in Samoa? From brothers and sisters to husbands and wives?” in Gender and Person in Oceania, ed. Anna-Karina Hermkens, John Taylor and Rachel Morgain. Special issue, Oceania 85(1): 92–104.
Lepani, Katherine. 2015. ‘“I am still a young girl if I want”: Relational personhood and individual autonomy in the Trobriand Islands.’ Special Issue, Gender and Personhood, ed. John Taylor, Rachel Morgain and Anna-Karina Hermkens. Oceania 85(1): 51–62.
McAdam, Jane. 2015. ‘The Emerging New Zealand Jurisprudence on Climate Change, Disasters and Displacement’ Migration Studies 3:131–42
Morgain, Rachel and John Taylor. 2015. Transforming relations of gender, person and agency in Oceania. In Anna-Karina Hermkens, John Taylor, Rachel Morgain (eds) Gender and Person in Oceania, Special Issue of Oceania 85(1):1-9.
Morgain, Rachel. 2015. ‘Break down these walls’: space, relations and hierarchy in Fijian evangelical Christianity. In Anna-Karina Hermkens, John Taylor, Rachel Morgain (eds) Gender and Person in Oceania, Special Issue of Oceania 85(1):105-118.
Timmer, Jaap. 2015. Building Jerusalem in North Malaita, Solomon Islands. Oceania 85(3): 299-314.
Timmer, Jaap. 2015. Patterns and Iconoclasm in Motion (Review Essay). Journal of Religious and Political Practice 1(1): 92-96.
Timmer, Jaap. 2015. Heirs to Biblical Prophecy: The All Peoples Prayer Assembly in Solomon Islands. Nova Religio 18(4): 16-34 (Awarded the second place prize for the Thomas Robbins Award For Excellence in the Study of New Religious Movements).
Timmer, Jaap. 2015. Being-in-the-Covenant: Reflections on the Crisis of Historicism in North Malaita, Solomon Islands. In Kalpana Ram and Chris Houston (eds), Phenomenology in Anthropology: A Sense of Perspective, pp. 175-194. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Timmer, Jaap. 2015. Papua Coming of Age: The Cycle of Man’s Civilisation and Two Other Papuan Histories. In Martin Slama and Jenny Munro (eds), From “Stone-Age” to “Real-Time”: Exploring Papuan Temporalities, Mobilities, and Religiosities, pp. 95-124. Canberra: ANU Press.
Douglas, Bronwen. 2014. Science, Voyages, and Encounters in Oceania 1511-1850. Palgrave Macmillan.
Looser, Diane. 2014. Remaking Pacific Pasts: History, Memory, and Identity in Contemporary Theater from Oceania. University of Hawai’i Press.
Stewart, Christine. 2014. Name, Shame and Blame: Criminalising Consensual Sex in Papua New Guinea. Canberra: ANU Press.
Teaiwa, Katerina. 2014. Consuming Ocean Island: Stories of People and Phosphate from Banaba. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Besnier, N and Alexeyeff, K. (eds.). 2014. Gender on the Edge: Transgender, Gay and Other Pacific Islanders. University of Hawaii Press.
Choi, Hyaeweol and Margaret Jolly (eds). 2014. Divine Domesticities: Christian Paradoxes in Asia and the Pacific. Canberra: ANU Press.
Close-Barry, Kirsty. 2014. ‘A Mission Divided: Race and Culture in Fiji’s Methodist Mission’. Deakin University.
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Dick, T. 2014. ‘Vanuatu water music and the Mwerlap diaspora: music, migration, tradition and tourism’, AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 10(4): 392-407.
Douglas, Bronwen. 2014. Voyagers, Toponyms, and Local Presence in the Fifth Part of the World, 1500-1700, Journal of Historical Geography 45: 12-24.
Flexner, J. L. 2014. Historical Archaeology, Contact, and Colonialism in Oceania. Journal of Archaeological Research 22(1): 43-87.
George, N. 2014. “Lost in Translation: Human Rights, Gender Violence and Women’s Capabilities in Fiji”, in Aletta Biersack, Martha Macintyre and Margaret Jolly (eds), Gender Violence and Human Rights in the Western Pacific, ANU Press (accepted).
George, N. 2014. Hot Conflict/ Slow Violence: Women Peace and Security in the Pacific Islands. Australian Journal of International Affairs (A). Vol. 67, No.3 (in press).
George, N. 2014 “In Sickness and in Health: Evolving trends in Gay Rights Advocacy in Fiji.” In Niko Besnier and Kalissa Alexeyeff (eds) Gender on the Edge: Transgender, Gay, and Other Pacific Islanders, University of Hawaii Press, pp 293 – 322.
Hermkens, A. 2014. The Materiality of Missionization in Collingwood Bay, Papua New Guinea. In Divine Domesticities: Christian Paradoxes in Asia and the Pacific. Edited by H. Choi and M. Jolly. Canberra: ANU Press, pp. 349-380.
Hermkens, A. 2014. Book review of ‘Christian Politics’ by M. Tomlinson and D. McDougall (eds.). The Contemporary Pacific 26 (2): 576-579.
Jolly, Margaret and Hyaeweol Choi. 2014. ‘Paradoxes of domesticity: Missionary encounters in the making of christian homes in Asia and the Pacific.’ In Divine Domesticities: Paradoxes of Christian Modernities in Asia and the Pacific, ed. Hyaeweol Choi and Margaret Jolly. Canberra: ANU Press, pp. 1–25.
Jolly, Margaret. 2014. ‘A saturated history of Christianity and cloth in Oceania.’ In Divine Domesticities: Paradoxes of Christian Modernities in Asia and the Pacific, ed. Hyaeweol Choi and Margaret Jolly. Canberra: ANU Press, pp. 429–54.
Lakisa, D., Adair, D., and Taylor, T. 2014.‘Pasifika Diaspora and the Changing Face of Australian Rugby League.’ The Contemporary Pacific 26 (2): 347-367.
Latai, Latu 2014. ‘From open fale to mission houses: Negotiating the boundaries of domesticity in Samoa,’ in Hyaeweol Choi and Margaret Jolly (eds), Divine Domesticities: Christian Paradoxes in Asia and the Pacific. Canberra, ANU Press, pp. 299–324. Online: http://press.anu.edu.au?p=298891.
McAdam, Jane. 2014. ‘Historical Cross-Border Relocations in the Pacific: Lessons for Planned Relocations in the Context of Climate Change’, 49 Journal of Pacific History, 301–27.
Maclellan, Nic. 2014. The Region in Review: International Issues and Events, 2013, The Contemporary Pacific, 26(2): 460-475.
Morgain, Rachel. 2014. Living Water: Christian theologies and interethnic relations in Fiji. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 15(1): 65-84.
Powles, Guy. 2014. The Tongan Monarchy and the Constitution: Political Reform in a Traditional Context, State, Society and Governance in Melanesia Program of the School of International, Political & Strategic Studies in the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific, Canberra, Discussion Paper 2014 No 9.
Stewart, Christine. 2014. ‘On the edge of understanding: Non-heteronormative sexuality in Papua New Guinea’, in Gender on the Edge Transgender, Gay, and Other Pacific Islanders, ed. Niko Besnier and Kalissa Alexeyeff. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, pp. 323–46.
Stewart, Christine. 2014. ‘“Not a Misis”, in Australians in Papua New Guinea 1960–1975, ed. Ceridwen Spark, Seumas Spark and Christine Twomey. St. Lucia: University of Queensland Press, pp. 248–61.
Teaiwa, Katerina. 2014. ‘Re-framing Oceania: Lessons from Pacific Studies,’ in Hilary E. Kahn (ed.) Framing the Global: entry points for research, Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Timmer, Jaap. 2014. Review of Keir Martin, 2013, The Death of the Big Men and the Rise of the Big Shots: Custom and Conflict in East New Britain. New York and Oxford: Berghahn. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 15(5): 482-484.
Timmer, Jaap. 2014. Review of Rupert Stasch, 2009, Society of Others: kinship and mourning in a West Papuan place. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. The Journal of Pacific History 49(2): 242-243.
Timmer, Jaap. 2014. Review of Muridan Widjojo, 2013, Pemberontakan Nuku: Persekutuan Lintas Budaya di Maluku Papua Sekitar 1780-1810. Depok: Komunitas Bambu. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 170: 379-421
Timmer, Jaap. 2014. Review of Leontine Visser (ed.), 2012, Governing New Guinea: An oral history of Papuan administrators, 1950–1990. Anthropological Forum 25(1): 112-114.
Hermkens, A. 2013. Engendering Objects: Dynamics of Barkcloth and Gender among the Maisin of Papua New Guinea. Leiden: Sidestone Press.
Powles, Guy. 2013. Political and Constitutional Reform Opens the Door: The Kingdom of Tonga’s Path to Democracy. 2nd ed. Suva, University of the South Pacific Press.
Charlesworth, Hilary and Margaret Jolly (eds). 2013. Grounding Travelling Concepts: Dialogues with Sally Engle Merry about Gender and Justice, Special Issue of Intersections, 33.
Fisher, Daniel and Jaap Timmer (eds). 2013. Becoming Like the State. Special Issue of Oceania 83(3).
True, J, Niner, S, and Parashar and George, N. 2013. Women’s political participation in Asia-Pacific. Report for United Nations Department of Political Affairs. New York: Social Science Research Council Conflict Prevention and Peace Forum.
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Apis, B., Aranka, J., Asiota, B., Bafeo, M., Bekio, J., Bore, W., Curry, G.N., Hamago, M.R., Inu, S.M., Kiup, E., Koczberski, G., Lummani, J., Nailina, R., Natera, K., Peter, E., Pundu, J., Togonave, P. and Webb, M. 2013. The use of activity diaries for understanding the daily lives of farmers and their livelihood choices. In G. Hickey (ed.), Socio-economic Agricultural Research in Papua New Guinea. ACIAR Proceedings 141, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, Canberra, pp. 36-47.
Crick, Florence, Johanna Wandel, Nic Maclellan and Katharine Vincent. 2013. “Climate change adaptation pathways: insights from case studies in South Africa, Canada and the Pacific Islands” in Jean Palutikof et al (eds): Climate Adaptation Futures, John Wiley & Sons. pp. 242-253.
Curry, G.N. and Koczberski, G. 2013. Development Implications of the Engagement with Capitalism: Improving the Social Returns of Development. In McCormack, F. and Barclay, K. (eds) Research in Economic Anthropology, Engaging with Capitalism: Cases from Oceania. Emerald Group, pp 335-352.
Douglas, Bronwen. 2014. Religion. In David Armitage and Alison Bashford (eds) Pacific Histories: Ocean, Land, People, Palgrave Macmillan.
Flexner, J. L. 2013. Mission archaeology in Vanuatu: Preliminary findings, problems, and prospects. Australasian Historical Archaeology 31: 14-24.
George, N. 2013. Beyond Cultural Constraint: Gender, Security and Participation in the Pacific Islands. In S. Davies et al (eds.) Responsibility to Protect and Women, Peace and Security: Aligning the Protection Agendas, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, pp. 155-180.
George, N. 2013. Gender in the Pacific Islands in N. Georgiou and C. Hawkesly (eds). The Globalization of World Politics: Case Studies from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific, Oxford University Press, Australia. pp. 59-62.
Hermkens, A . 2013. Like Moses who led his people to the Promised Land: Nation- and State building in Bougainville. In D. Fischer and J. Timmer (eds) Becoming like the State. Special Issue of Oceania 38(3): 192-207.
Hermkens, A . 2013. “Raits blong Mere?” Framing Human Rights and Gender in Marau. In H. Charlesworth and M. Jolly (eds) Grounding Travelling Concepts: Dialogues with Sally Engle Merry about Gender and Justice, Special Issue of Intersections 33.
Hermkens, A. 2013. Fabrics of Life: Barkcloth from Lake Sentani and Collingwood Bay. In P. Mesenhöller und O. Lueb (eds) Made in Oceania Tapa – Kunst und Lebenswelten. Cologne/Koln: Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum, pp.130-143.
Hermkens, A. 2013. Unfolding the cloth. A History of Lake Sentani and Humboldt Bay objects. In L. Bolton, N. Thomas, E. Bonshek, J. Adams and B. Burt. (eds) Melanesia: Art and Encounter, London: British Museum Press, pp.160-65.
Hermkens, A. 2013. The Power of Mary in Papua New Guinea. In Hilary Callan, Brian Street and Simon Underdown (eds) Introductory Readings in Anthropology, New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books in association with the Royal Anthropological Institute, pp. 287-294.
Herr, Richard A. 2013. The Frontiers of Pacific Islands Regionalism: Charting the Boundaries of Identity, Asia Pacific World 4(1): 36–55.
Herr, Richard A. 2013. The security outlook for Melanesia, United Service, 64 (2): 9-13.
Herr, Richard A. 2013. “A Pacific Islands’ View of the Pivot to Asia: Can Washington Develop an Effective Regional Strategy?” In Ming-Hsien Wong (ed), Managing Regional Security Agenda, Taipei: Tamkang University Press, pp. 1-27.
Koczberski, G., Curry, G.N., Rogers, D., Germis, E., & Koia. M. 2013. Developing land use agreements in commodity cash crop production that meet the needs of landowners and smallholders. In G. Hickey (ed.) Socio-economic Agricultural Research in Papua New Guinea. ACIAR Proceedings 141, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, Canberra, pp.94-100.
Jolly, Margaret. 2013. Epilogue. Agreeing to Disagree about Kago. In Marc Tabani and Marcellin Abong (eds) Kago, Kastom and Kalja: Old Theories and New Realities in the Study of Melanesian Movements, pp. 187-212.
Jolly, Margaret. 2013. Intersections of Gender and Law in Asia and the Pacific with Hilary Charlesworth. In Hilary Charlesworth and Margaret Jolly (eds) Grounding Travelling Concepts: Dialogues with Sally Engle Merry about Gender and Justice, Special Issue of Intersections, 33.
Maclellan, Nic. 2013. The Region in Review: International Issues and Events, 2012. The Contemporary Pacific, 25(2): 352-368.
Morgain, Rachel. 2013. Ethnographic Visions of Hope and Global Change. Review essay of ‘Henrietta Moore, Still Life: Hopes, Desires and Satisfactions, Cambridge: Polity (2011)’. The Australian Journal of Anthropology 24(1): 115-120.
Morgain, Rachel. 2013. Review of My God, My Land: Interwoven Pathways of Christianity in Fiji by Jacqueline Ryle. In The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 14(3): 280-282.
Steel, Frances. 2013. Lines Across the Sea: Trans-Pacific passenger shipping in the age of steam. In Robert Aldrich and Kirsten McKenzie (eds) The Routledge History of Western Empires, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 315-29.
Steel, Frances. 2013. An Ocean of Leisure: Early cruise tours of the Pacific in an age of empire, Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, 14(2).
Steel, Frances. 2013. ‘Cruising New Zealand’s West Coast Sounds: Fiord tourism in the Tasman World, c.1870–1910,’ Australian Historical Studies, 44(3), 361-81.
Teaiwa, Katerina. 2013. Postcolonial Cultural Identities in the Pacific. In Charles Hawksley and Nicole Georgeou (eds) The Globalization of World Politics: case studies from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific, Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
Timmer, Jaap. 2013. The Sovereign and the Banyan. Review article of ‘Danilyn Rutherford, 2012, Laughing at Leviathan: Sovereignty and Audience in West Papua,’ and ‘Eben Kirksey, 2012, Freedom in Entangled Worlds: West Papua and the Architecture of Global Power.’ Journal of Pacific History 48(3): 330-336.
Timmer, Jaap. 2013. The Threefold Logic of Papua-Melanesia: Constitution-writing in the Margins of the Indonesian Nation-State. Oceania 83(3): 158-174.
George, Nicole. 2012. Situating Women: Gender Politics and Circumstance in Fiji, ANU Press.
Jolly, Margaret and Christine Stewart with Carolyn Brewer (eds). 2012. Engendering Violence in Papua New Guinea. ANU E-Press, Canberra.
Lepani, Katherine. 2012. Islands of Love, Islands of Risk: Culture and HIV in the Trobriands. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.
Teaiwa, Katerina. 2012. Implementing, Monitoring and Evaluating Cultural Policies: A Pacific Toolkit. Suva: European Union and Secretariat of the Pacific.
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Cramb, R. and Curry, G.N. 2012. Oil palm and rural livelihoods in the Asia-Pacific region: An overview. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 53(3): 223-239.
Curry, G.N., Lummani, J., Koczberski, G., Ryan, S. and Bue, V. 2012. Earning a living in PNG: from subsistence to a cash economy. In Robertson, M. (ed.) Schooling for Sustainable Development: A focus on Australia, New Zealand and the Oceanic Region, Springer, pp.159-184.
Curry, G.N. and Koczberski G. 2012. Relational Economies, Social Embeddedness and Valuing Labour in Agrarian Change: an Example from the Developing World. Geographical Research 50(4): 377-392.
Curry, G.N., Koczberski, G. & Connell, J. 2012. Introduction: enacting modernity in the Pacific? Australian Geographer 43(2), 115-125.
Flexner, J. L. 2012. An Institution that was a Village: Archaeology and Social Life in the Hansen’s Disease Settlement at Kalawao, Moloka‘i, International Journal of Historical Archaeology 16(1): 135-163.
Hermkens, A . 2012. Light Intervention or Redemption? Critical Review Article for The Australian Journal of Anthropology 23(2): 248-253.
Hermkens, A. 2012. Journeys of Resistance: Marian Pilgrimages during the Bougainville conflict. In Nelia Hyndman-Rizk (ed.) Pilgrimage in the age of globalisation: constructions of the sacred and secular in late modernity. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 58-78.
Hermkens, A. 2012. Circulating Matters of Belief: Engendering Marian Movements during the Bougainville crisis. In L. Manderson, W. Smith and M. Tomlinson (eds) Flows of Faith: Religious reach and community in Asia and the Pacific. Dordrecht and New York: Springer Publishing Company, pp. 161-181.
Hermkens, A. 2012. Becoming like Mary: Coping with domestic violence in urban PNG. In M. Jolly and C. Stewart with C. Brewer (eds) Engendering violence in Papua New Guinea, ANU Press, pp. 137-161.
Hermkens, A . and J. Timmer 2012. Peacebuilding without Culture. Review Essay for The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 13(5): 484-490.
Jolly, Margaret. 2012. Prologue: the Place of Papua New Guinea in Contours of Gender Violence. In Margaret Jolly and Christine Stewart with Carolyn Brewer (eds) Engendering Violence in Papua New Guinea, pp. 1-10.
Jolly, Margaret. 2012. Introduction: Engendering Violence in Papua New Guinea: Persons, Power and Perilous Transformations. In Margaret Jolly and Christine Stewart with Carolyn Brewer (eds) Engendering Violence in Papua New Guinea. ANU E-Press, pp. 11-44.
Jolly, Margaret. 2012. Material and Immaterial Relations: Gender, Rank and Christianity in Vanuatu. In Laurent Dousset and Serge Tcherkézoff (eds) The Scope of Anthropology. Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 110-154.
Jolly, Margaret. 2012. Women of the East, Women of the West: Region and Race, Gender and Sexuality on Cook’s Voyages. In Kate Fullagar (ed.) The Atlantic World in the Antipodes. Newcastle-Upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 2-32.
Koczberski, G., Curry, G.N. & Bue, V. 2012. Oil palm, food security and adaptation among smallholder households in Papua New Guinea. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 53(3): 288-299.
Koczberski, G., Curry, G.N. & Anjen, J. 2012. Changing Land Tenure and Informal Land Markets in the Oil Palm Frontier Regions of Papua New Guinea: the challenge for land reform. Australian Geographer 43(2): 181-196.
Koczberski, G. and Numbasa, G. 2012. Migration, Informal Urban Settlements and Non-market Land Transactions: a case study of Wewak, East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea. Australian Geographer 43(2), 143-161.
Teaiwa, Katerina. 2012. Cultural Development and Cultural Observatories in the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States. In Kate Fullagar (ed.), The Atlantic World in the Antipodes: Effects and Transformations since the Eighteenth Century,Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 256-282.
Teaiwa, Katerina. 2012. Choreographing Difference: The (Body) Politics of Banaban Dance, The Contemporary Pacific 24(1): 65-94.
Timmer, Jaap. 2012. Menentang Kulturalisme di Tanah Papua (‘Against Culturalism in the Land of Papua’). In I Ngurah Suryawan (ed) Jiwa yang Patah, Manokwari: Pusbadaya Universitas Negeri Papua and Kepel Press, pp. 21-39.
Timmer, Jaap. 2012. Straightening the Path from the Ends of the Earth: The Deep Sea Canoe Movement in Solomon Islands. In Lenore Manderson, Wendy Smith, and Matthew Tomlinson (eds), Flows of Faith: Religious reach and community in Asia and the Pacific, Dordrecht and New York: Springer, pp. 201-214.
Timmer, Jaap. 2012. Visualizing the Lost Temple and Mapping a Straightening World in Solomon Islands: Two Cultural Products of the Deep Sea Canoe Movement. In Carole M. Cusack and Alex Norman (eds), Handbook of New Religions and Cultural Production, Brill Handbooks on Contemporary Religion, Leiden: Brill, pp. 737-752.