2019 / forthcoming
Bateman, M., Natarajan, N., Brickell, K., and Parsons, L. (2019). ‘Descending into Debt in Cambodia’. Made in China Journal. 4(1)
Brearley, F.Q., Adinugroho, W.C., Cámara-Leret, R., Krisnawati, H., Ledo, A., Qie, L., Smith, T.E., Aini, F., Garnier, F., Lestari, N.S. and Mansur, M., 2019. Opportunities and challenges for an Indonesian forest monitoring network. Annals of Forest Science
Cole, R. and Rigg, J., 2019. Lao peasants on the move: Pathways of agrarian change in Laos. The Australian Journal of Anthropology.
Forsyth, T., 2019. Who Shapes the Politics of Expertise? Co‐Production and Authoritative Knowledge in Thailand's Political Forests. Antipode.
Forsyth, T., 2019. Beyond narratives: Civic epistemologies and the coproduction of environmental knowledge and popular environmentalism in Thailand. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 109(2)
Graham, N. and Brickell, K., 2019. Sheltering from domestic violence: Women’s experiences of punitive safety and unfreedom in Cambodian safe shelters. Gender, Place & Culture.
Haacke, J. and Breen, J.H. (forthcoming). From benign neglect to effective re-engagement? Assessing British strategizing and policies towards Southeast Asia since 2010. Contemporary Southeast Asia.
Haacke, J. 2019. The concept of hedging and its application to Southeast Asia: a critique and a proposal for a modified conceptual and methodological framework. International Relations of the Asia-Pacific.
Huat, C.B., Dean, K., Engseng, H., Chong, H.K., Rigg, J. and Yeoh, B., 2019. Area Studies and the crisis of legitimacy: a view from South East Asia. South East Asia Research, 27(1).
McCargo, D., 2019. Southeast Asia's Troubling Elections: Democratic Demolition in Thailand. Journal of Democracy, 30(4).
McCargo, D., 2019. Anatomy: Future Backward. Contemporary Southeast Asia: A Journal of International and Strategic Affairs, 41(2).
McKay, D. and Perez, P., 2019. Citizen aid, social media and brokerage after disaster. Third World Quarterly, 40(10).
Natarajan, N., Parsons, L. and Brickell, K., 2019. Debt‐Bonded Brick Kiln Workers and Their Intent to Return: Towards a Labour Geography of Smallholder Farming Persistence in Cambodia. Antipode.
Natarajan, N., Brickell, K. and Parsons, L., 2019. Climate change adaptation and precarity across the rural–urban divide in Cambodia: Towards a ‘climate precarity’approach. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space.
Schulze, K.E. and Hwang, J.C., 2019. Militant Islam in Southeast Asia: new insights into jihad in Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. Contemporary Southeast Asia: A Journal of International and Strategic Affairs, 41(1).
Schulze, K.E., 2019. From Ambon to Poso: comparative and evolutionary aspects of local jihad in Indonesia. Contemporary Southeast Asia: A Journal of International and Strategic Affairs, 41(1).
Schulze, K.E. and Liow, J.C., 2019. Making Jihadis, Waging Jihad: Transnational and Local Dimensions of the ISIS Phenomenon in Indonesia and Malaysia. Asian Security, 15(2).
Steinmüller, H., 2019. Conscription by capture in the Wa State of Myanmar: acquaintances, anonymity, patronage, and the rejection of mutuality. Comparative Studies in Society and History, 61(3).
Allerton, C., 2018. Stuck in the short term: immobility and temporalities of care among Florenese migrants in Sabah, Malaysia. Ethnos.
Allerton, C., 2018. Impossible children: illegality and excluded belonging among children of migrants in Sabah, East Malaysia. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 44(7).
Long, N.J., 2018. Suggestions of Power: Searching for Efficacy in Indonesia's Hypnosis Boom. Ethos, 46(1).
Long, N.J., 2018. “Accept and utilize”: alternative medicine, minimality, and ethics in an Indonesian healing collective. Medical anthropology quarterly.
Rigg, J., Salamanca, A., Phongsiri, M. and Sripun, M., 2018. More farmers, less farming? Understanding the truncated agrarian transition in Thailand. World development, 107.
Rigg, J., 2018. Rethinking Asian poverty in a time of Asian prosperity. Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 59(2).
Rigg, J., 2018. From Traction to Friction in Thailand: The Emerging Southeast Asian Development Problematique. TRaNS: Trans-Regional and-National Studies of Southeast Asia, 6(1).
Schulze, K. and Hwang, J.C. 2018. Why they join: Pathways into Indonesian jihadi organizations, Terrorism and Political Violence, 30 (6)
Smith, T.E.L., Evers, S., Yule, C.M. and Gan, J.Y., 2018. In situ tropical peatland fire emission factors and their variability, as determined by field measurements in Peninsula Malaysia. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 32(1).
Allerton, C., 2017. Contested statelessness in Sabah, Malaysia: irregularity and the politics of recognition. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, 15(3).
Brickell, K., 2017. Clouding the judgment of domestic violence law: Victim blaming by institutional stakeholders in Cambodia. Journal of interpersonal violence, 32(9).
Long, N.J., 2017. On the Islamic authority of the Indonesian state: responsibility, suspicion, and acts of compliance. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 23(4).
McCargo, D., 2017. New media, new partisanship: Divided virtual politics in and beyond Thailand. International Journal of Communication, 11.
McCargo, D., 2017. Thailand’s urbanized villagers and political polarization. Critical Asian Studies, 49(3).
Schulze, K.E., 2017. The “ethnic” in Indonesia’s communal conflicts: violence in Ambon, Poso, and Sambas. Ethnic and racial studies, 40(12).
Brickell, K., 2016. Gendered violences and rule of/by law in Cambodia. Dialogues in human geography, 6(2).
Haacke, J., 2016. Myanmar’s Foreign Policy under President U Thein Sein: Non-aligned and diversified, ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute, Trends 4/2016.
Rigg, J., Salamanca, A. and Thompson, E.C., 2016. The puzzle of East and Southeast Asia's persistent smallholder. Journal of Rural Studies, 43.
Brickell, K., 2015. Towards intimate geographies of peace? Local reconciliation of domestic violence in Cambodia. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 40(3).
Brickell, K. and Platt, M., 2015. Everyday politics of (in) formal marital dissolution in Cambodia and Indonesia. Ethnos, 80(3).
Gibson, K., Cahill, A. and McKay, D., 2015. Diverse economies, ecologies, and ethics: rethinking rural transformation in the Philippines. Making Other Worlds Possible: Performing Diverse Economies.
Haacke, J. 2015. The United States and Myanmar: From Antagonists to Security Partners? Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, 34(2)
Koh, S.Y., 2015. Postcolonial approaches to migration in Asia: Reflections and projections. Geography Compass, 9(8).
Koh, S.Y., 2015. Temporalities of citizenship: Malaysian-Chinese skilled migrants in Singapore and returnees to Malaysia. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 24(1).
Koh, S.Y., 2015. How and why race matters: Malaysian-Chinese transnational migrants interpreting and practising Bumiputera-differentiated citizenship. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 41(3).
McCargo, D., 2015. Readings on Thai justice: a review essay. Asian Studies Review, 39(1).
McCargo, D., 2015. Peopling Thailand's 2015 draft constitution. Contemporary Southeast Asia.
Rigg, J. and Oven, K., 2015. Building liberal resilience? A critical review from developing rural Asia. Global Environmental Change, 32.
Allerton, C., 2014. Statelessness and the lives of the children of migrants in Sabah, East Malaysia. Tilburg Law Review, 19(1-2).
Brickell, K., 2014. “The whole world is watching”: Intimate geopolitics of forced eviction and women's activism in Cambodia. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 104(6).
Brickell, K., 2014. ‘Plates in a basket will rattle’: Marital dissolution and home ‘unmaking’in contemporary Cambodia. Geoforum, 51.
Rigg, J., Promphaking, B. and Le Mare, A., 2014. Personalizing the middle-income trap: an inter-generational migrant view from rural Thailand. World Development, 59.
Rigg, J., Nguyen, T.A. and Luong, T.T.H., 2014. The texture of livelihoods: Migration and making a living in Hanoi. Journal of Development Studies, 50(3).