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Publications - James, Helen

Please contact this author at Helen.James@anu.edu.au for other publications information.

Journal articles

  • James, H (2006). Book Review: Historical sketch of protestant missions in Siam 1828-1928 <>. Vol. 190-192.
  • James, H (2006). Myanmar in 2005: In a Holding Pattern Asian Survey. Vol. 46 162-167.
  • James, H (2006). Book Review: Karaoke Fascism: The politics of fear Australian Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. tba 164-166.
  • James, H (2004). Myanmars International Relations Strategy: the search for security Contemporary Southeast Asia. Vol. 26 530-553.
  • James, H (2004). Trade, Culture and Society in Thailand before 1200AD Journal of the Siam Society. Vol. 91 Jan-73.
  • James, H (2003). Transition and tradition in a white Tai village in north Vietnam Thai-Yunnan Project Bulletin. Vol. 4 2.
  • James, H (2003). Cooperation and community empowerment in Myanmar in the context of Myanmar agenda 21 Asian-Pacific Economic Literature. Vol. 17 Jan-21.
  • James, H (2002). Adoniram Judson and the Creation of a Missionary Discourse in Pre-Colonial Burma Journal of Burma Studies. Vol. 7 Jan-28.

Books

  • James, H (2007). Civil Society, Religion and Global Governance: Paradigms of power and persuasion . London and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • James, H (2006). Security and Sustainable Development in Myanmar . Oxen, USA, Canada: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • James, H (2005). Governance and Civil Society in Myanmar: Education, Health and Environment . London: Routledge Curzon.

Book chapters

  • James, H (2007). Conclusion: Paradigms of a more civil society. In Helen James (Ed.), Civil Society, Religion and Global Governance: Paradigms of power and persuasion (pp. 300-307) London and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • James, H (2007). Introduction: Civil society, religion and global governance - the power and persuasiveness of civil society. In Helen James (Ed.), Civil Society, Religion and Global Governance: Paradigms of power and persuasion (pp. 1-Sep) London and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

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