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Publications 2011 -2013

Aswani, S and M Lauer. In press. Indigenous peoples detection of rapid ecological change. Conservation Biology.

Albert, S., K.E. Abernethy, B. Gibbes, A. Grinham, N. Tooler, and S. Aswani. In press. Cost-effective methods for accurate determination of sea level rise vulnerability: A Solomon Islands example. Weather, Climate and Society.

Aswani, S. Gurney, G. G., Mulville, S, Matera, J., and Gurven, M. In press. Insights from experimental economics on local cooperation in small-scale fisheries management. Global Environmental Change

Morena Mills, Robert L. Presseya, Natalie C. Bana, Simon Foale, Andrew T. Knight, Shankar Aswani. In press. First steps to planning with opportunity: Defining conservation opportunity in a common pool marine resource governance system. Conservation Letters

Kittinger, J. N., J. E. Cinner, S. Aswani, and A. T. White. In press. Back to the past? Integrating Traditional Practices and Institutions into Co-Management of Small-Scale Fisheries. In Applying Marine Historical Ecology to Conservation and Management. J. N. Kittinger, L. E. McClenachan, K. B. Gedan, and L. K. Blight (eds). Berkeley: UC Press

Halpern, B. S, Selkoe, K. A., White, C., Albert, S., Aswani, S., and Lauer, M. 2013.  Marine protected areas and resilience to land-based stressors in the Solomon Islands. Coral Reefs 32:61–69.

Lauer, M., Albert, S., Aswani, S, Halpern, B. S., Campanella, L, and La Rose, D. 2013. Pacific Islands and the Paradox of Resilience: Large-scale Processes and Local Practices Enhance and Reduce Resilience to Ecological Disturbances. Global Environmental Change http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2012.10.011

Aswani, S., and K. Ruddle. 2013. The Design of Realistic Hybrid Marine Resource Management Programs in Oceania. Pacific Science 67(3):

Hamilton, R. J., M. Giningele, S. Aswani, J.L. Ecochard. 2012. Fishing in the dark - local knowledge, night spearfishing and spawning aggregations in the Western Solomon Islands. Biological Conservation: 246-257.

Aswani, S, P. Christie, N. Muthiga, R. Mahon, J. H. Primavera, L. A. Cramer, E. B. Barbier, E. F. Granek, C. J. Kennedy, E. Wolanski, and S. D. Hacker. 2012. The Way Forward with Ecosystem-Based Management in Tropical Contexts: Reconciling with Existing Management Systems. Marine Policy 36: 1-10.

Aswani, S. 2011. Hybridizing Customary and Modern Coastal Management for Conserving Marine Ecosystems in the Coral Triangle Region. Traditional Marine Resource Management and Knowledge Information Bulletin 14-30.

Racelis, A., and S. Aswani. 2011. Hopes and Disenchantments of Religious Community Forestry in the Western Solomon Islands. Ecological and Environmental Anthropology, 6(1) 26-38.

Furusawa, T., H. Furusawa, R. Eddie, M. Tuni, F. Pitakaka, and S. Aswani. 2011. Communicable and non-communicable diseases in the Solomon Islands villages during recovery from a massive earthquake in April 2007. The New Zealand Medical Journal 124: 28 pages.

Aswani, S. 2011. Socio-ecological Approaches for Combining Ecosystem-based and Customary Management in Oceania. Journal of Marine Biology doi:10.1155/2011/845385

Furusawa, T, and S. Aswani. 2011. Well-nourished Women in a Solomon Islands Society with a Biased Sex Ratio. Pacific Health Dialog 17: 77_81.

Aswani, S. 2011. Traditional Communities More Resilient to Environmental Catastrophe than Urbanized Ones. NSF Highlight.

Bernard, P.S. (forthcoming). ‘Suspending disbelief and experiencing the extraordinary: how radical participation may facilitate an understanding of cryptic aquatic snake/fish-tailed beings in southern Africa.’ In Anthropology and Cryptozoology: Researching Encounters with Mysterious Creatures, edited by Samantha Hurn (University of Exeter, UK). To be published by Ashgate.

Bernard, P.S. 2013.‘‘Living Water’ in Nguni Healing Traditions, South Africa.’ Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology, 17: 138-149.  DOI 10.1163/15685357-01702005.

Boswell, R. 2013 (forthcoming) ‘Creolization in Mauritius and Madagascar’ Diaspora: International Journal of Transnational Affairs.

Boswell, R. 2013. (forthcoming) ‘Can justice be achieved for the slave descendents in Mauritius?’ International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice.

Boswell, R. 2012. Heritage Policy and Legislation in South Africa. Environmental Learning Unit: Rhodes University (Training Manual for Heritage Professionals).

Boswell, R. 2011. Representing Heritage in Zanzibar and Madagascar. Eclipse: Addis Ababa

Boswell, R. 2011. ‘Multiple Identities, Multiple Heritages’ Culture and Globalization Series 4: Memory, Heritage and Identity. Edited by Anheier, H.K and Isar, R. UCLA: Centre for Civil Society.

Boswell, R. & O’Kane, D. 2011. ‘Heritage and Tourism in Africa’ in Postcolonial Heritage and Tourism in Africa edited by Rosabelle Boswell and David O’Kane, J. of Contemporary African Studies 29(4):361-71.

Boswell, R. 2011.‘Managing Heritage in Antananarivo, Madagascar’ in Postcolonial Heritage and Tourism in Africa edited by Rosabelle Boswell and David O’Kane,  Journal of Contemporary African Studies 29(4):455-72.

Boswell, R. Working Paper 2011. Narrating Muslim Women’s identities in Cape Town (Max Planck).

Boswell, R. 2011. ‘Challenges to sustaining Intangible Cultural Heritage’ Heritage & Society, 4 (1): 119-25.

Dold, T & Cocks, M.L. 2012. Voices of the forest. Jacana Press.

Cocks, M.L., & Dold, A.P. 2012. Perceptions and values of local landscapes: Implications for bio-cultural diversity conservation and intangible heritage.In: B. Arts, S. van Bommel, M. Ros-Tonen, G. Verschoor (eds) Forest people interfaces. Wageningen Academic Publishers.

Cocks, M.L., Dold, A.P. & Vetter, S. 2012. God is my forest’ – Xhosa cultural values provide untapped opportunities for conservation. S Afr J Sci. 2012;108(5/6), 1-8.

Cocks, M.L., Alexander, J. & Dold, T. 2012. Inkcubeko Nendalo: A Bio-cultural Diversity Schools Education Project in South Africa and its Implications for Inclusive Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) Sustainability. Journal of Education for Sustainable Development 6: 241-252.

Cocks, M.L., Husselman, M & Dold, A.P. 2011. Born-frees and worn trees: Understanding opportunities to cultivate medicinal plants, in the context of declining home garden use within the Amatola region, South Africa. In: P. Hebink, C. Shackleton (eds) Reforming Land and Resource Use in South Africa. Impact on livelihoods. Routledge, New York.

De Wet, C.J. (In Press) “The State, Involuntary Resettlement and Unintended Agency: Some Reflections from Southern Africa”. To appear in 2012 in  F. Stammler, T. Heleniak, 
E. Khlinovkaia-Rockhill, P.  and Schweitzer(eds.) Moved by the State: Population Movements and Agency in the Circumpolar North and Other Remote Regions. Oxford: Berghahn Books.

De Wet, C.J. (In Press) “Achieving Better Resettlement Outcomes Through Capacitating Effective and Responsible Resettlement Officers: An Opportunity for Indian-African Synergy”. To appear in  A.K. Dubey (ed.) India and Africa: Partnership for Capacity Building and Human Resource Development. New Delhi: MD Publications.

De Wet, C.J. (In Press) “Process, Context and Risk: Building on Michael Cernea’s Analysis of Resettlement Risks”.  To appear in S .Guggenheim and W. Partridge (eds.) Banking on Development: Essays in Honor of Michael Cernea. Oxford University Press

De  Wet, C.J. (2012) “Towards Ethical Outcomes in Displacement: a Search for Coherence, or a Fine Balance?” Ethics and Development Thematic Group.

http://developmentethicsthematicgroup.wordpress.com. June 2012.

 De Wet, C.J.( 2012) “Is International Resettlement Policy Applicable in African Villagization Projects? ”Human Organization, Vol 71, No 4: 395-406.

Henderson, P. Forthcoming: Pendlebury, S.; Henderson, P. and Jamieson, L. Unsettling notions of participation: a view from South Africa. In Tisdall, K.; Gadda, A.; and Butler, U (eds.) Children and Young People’s Participation: Cross Country Perspectives. Palgrave.

Henderson, P. Forthcoming: New directions in child and youth research in Africa. In Massart, G. and Ntarangwi, M. (eds.), Engaging Children and Youth in Africa: Methodological and Phenomenological Issues. Dakar: CODESRIA.

Henderson, P. 2013. Ukugana: Informal marriage and children’s rights discourse among rural ‘AIDS-orphans” in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, pp. 29-49. In Hanson, K. and Nieuwenhuys, O., Reconceptualizing Children’s Rights in International Development: Living Rights, Social justice and Translations. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Henderson, P. 2013. AIDS, metaphor and ritual: The crafting of care in rural South African childhoods. Childhood 20(1):9-21.

Henderson, P. 2012. A Kinship of Bones: AIDS, Intimacy and Care in Rural KwaZulu-Natal. Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press. (First published in 2011 under the title: AIDS, Intimacy and Care in Rural KwaZulu-Natal: A Kinship of Bones. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.)

Henderson, P. 2011. Vhutshilo Mountain School: A social study of a rural paediatric antiretroviral programme. South Africa. Melbourne: Oxfam Australia.

2013. AIDS, metaphor and ritual: The crafting of care in rural South African childhoods. Childhood 20(1):9-21.

Henderson, P., Pendlebury, S. & Tisdall, K.M. 2011. Theorising children’s participation: Transdisciplinary perspectives from South Africa. Perspectives in Education 29(8):1-6.

Henderson, P. 2011. Theorising creative expression in children’s participation. Perspectives in Education 29(8):18-26.

Owen, J. 2012/3. “Reflection and Reflexivity: Embodying Humanity through Fieldwork”

In process as part of an edited book on African Ethnographies (Editors: Prof Rose Boswell and Prof Francis Nyamnjoh)

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