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Newlands, Maxine (2015) Pacific Islands heading for 100% renewable energy. The Ecologist, 28 May 2015.

Henry, Rosita, and Foana'ota, Lawrence (2015) Heritage transactions at the Festival of Pacific Arts. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 21 (2). pp. 133-152.

Allen, Matthew (2015) Producing Okinawan cultural identity in Hawai`i's 'multicultural paradise'. The Asia-Pacific Journal, 13 (9). pp. 1-10.

Otto, Ton (2015) Transformations of cultural heritage in Melanesia: from kastam to kalsa. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 21 (2). pp. 117-132.

Cohen, Philippa J., Jupiter, Stacy D., Weeks, Rebecca, Tawake, Alifereti, and Govan, Hugh (2014) Is community-based fisheries management realising multiple objectives? Examining evidence from the literature. Traditional Marine Resource Management and Knowledge Information Bulletin, 34. pp. 3-12.

Otto, Ton (2013) Back to the village: return migrants and the changing discourse of tradition in Manus, Papua New Guinea. Anthropological Forum, 23 (4). pp. 428-440.

MacIntyre, Martha, and Foale, Simon (2013) Science, traditional ecological knowledge, and anthropology: managing the impacts of mining in Papua New Guinea. Collaborative Anthropologies, 6. pp. 399-418.

Mills, Morena, Pressey, Robert L., Ban, Natalie C., Foale, Simon, Aswani, Shankar, and Knight, Andrew T. (2013) Understanding characteristics that define the feasibility of conservation actions in a common pool marine resource governance system. Conservation Letters, 6. pp. 418-429.

Haile, James, Larson, Greger, Owens, Kimberley, Dobney, Keith, and Shapiro, Beth (2010) Ancient DNA typing of archaeological pig remains corroborates historical records. Journal of Archaeological Science, 37 (1). pp. 174-177.

Otto, Ton (2008) Review of "Fracturing resemblances: identity and mimetic conflict in Melanesia and the West" by Simon Harrison, Berghahn Books, New York and Oxford. Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 9 (4). pp. 374-377.

Book Chapter

Otto, Ton (2011) Inventing traditions and remembering the past in Manus. In: Hermann, Elfriede, (ed.) Changing Contexts, Shifting Meanings: transformations of cultural traditions in Oceania. University of Hawai'i Press, Honolulu, USA, pp. 157-173.

Yeo, Bee Hong, Squires, Dale, Ibrahim, Kamarruddin, Gjertsen, Heidi, Kamil, Syarifah Khadiejah Syed Mohd., Zulkifli, Rahayu, Groves, Theodore, Dutton, Peter H., Hong, Meen Chee, and Tan, Chun Hong (2011) Sea turtle-fisheries interactions in coastal fisheries: a case study of the east coast of peninsular Malaysia. In: Dutton, Peter H., Squires, Dale, and Ahmed, Mahfuzuddin, (eds.) Conservation of Pacific Sea Turtles. University of Hawai'i Press, Honolulu, HI, USA, pp. 290-318.

Otto, Ton (2009) War and trade in a Melanesian society before colonial pacification: the case of Manus, Papua New Guinea. In: Gnecchi Ruscone, Elisabetta , and Paini, Anna, (eds.) Antropologia dell'Oceania. Raffaello Cortina Editore, Milano, Italy, pp. 155-181.

Otto, Ton (2008) Fieldwork in Manus, Papua New Guinea: on change, exchange and anthropological knowledge. In: Kommers, Jean, and Venbrux, Eric, (eds.) Cultural Styles of Knowledge Transmission: essays in honour of Ad Borsboom. Aksant, Amsterdam, pp. 102-107.

Otto, Ton (2007) Rethinking tradition: invention, cultural continuity and agency. In: Wassmann, Jürg , and Stockhaus, Katharina , (eds.) Experiencing New Worlds. Person, Space and Memory in the Contemporary Pacific, 1 . Berghahn Books, New York, NY, USA, pp. 36-57.


Foale, Simon, and Sullivan, Nancy (2012) Improving livelihoods of coastal artisanal fishing communities in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea, through piloting alternative fishing methods. Report. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)


Schokkin, Gerda Hendrike (2014) A grammar of Paluai: the language of Baluan Island, Papua New Guinea. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Zhang, Sihong (2013) A reference grammar of Ersu: a Tibeto-Burman language of China. PhD thesis, James Cook University.


UNSPECIFIED (2009) Ngat is dead: studying mortuary traditions. [Video]

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