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Publications - McWilliam, Andrew

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Journal articles

  • McWilliam, A (2014). Book review: Hans Hägerdal, Lords of the Land, Lords of the Sea: Conflict and Adaption in Early Colonial Timor, 1600-1800 BMGN - Low Countries Historical Review. Vol. 129 online.
  • Shepherd, C & McWilliam, A (2013). Cultivating Plantations and Subjects in East Timor: A Genealogy Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Southeast Asia and Oceania). Vol. 169 326-361.
  • Fitzpatrick, D & McWilliam, A (2013). Bright-Line Fever: Simple Legal Rules and Complex Property Customs among the Fataluku of East Timor Law and Society Review. Vol. 47 311-343.
  • O'Connor, S, McWilliam, A, Fenner, J et al (2012). Examining the Origin of Fortifications in East Timor: Social and Environmental Factors Journal of Island & Coastal Archaeology. Vol. 7 200-218.
  • McWilliam, A (2012). New Fataluku diasporas and landscapes of remittance and return Local Global. Vol. 11 72-85.
  • McWilliam, A, Bulbeck, F, Brockwell, C et al (2012). The Cultural Legacy of Makassar Stone in East Timor Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 13 262-279.
  • Shepherd, C & McWilliam, A (2011). Ethnography, Agency, and Materiality: Anthropological Perspectives on Rice Development in East Timor East Asian Science, Technology and Society: an International Journal. Vol. 5 189-215.
  • McWilliam, A (2011). Marginal Governance in the Time of Pemekaran: Case Studies from Sulawesi and West Papua Asian Journal of Social Science. Vol. 39 150-170.
  • McWilliam, A (2011). Exchange and resilience in Timor-Leste Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. Vol. 17 745-763.
  • McWilliam, A (2010). Comment on Article: Mobilizing Local Knowledge and Asserting Culture: The Cultural Politics of In Situ Conservation of Agricultural Biodiversity Author(s): C. J. Shepherd Current Anthropology. Vol. 51 648-49.
  • McWilliam, A (2009). The spiritual commons: Some immaterial aspects of community economies in eastern Indonesia Australian Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 20 163-177.
  • McWilliam, A (2009). Improving Food Security in East Timor Asian Currents. Vol. 58 .
  • McWilliam, A, Barnes, S & Fitzpatrick, D (2008). Policy notes on customary land in East Timor East Timor Law Journal. Vol. 1-Oct.
  • McWilliam, A (2008). Customary land and legal regulation in East Timor Southeast Asia Program Bulletin. Vol. 26-31.
  • McWilliam, A (2008). Fataluku Healing and Cultural Resilience in East Timor Ethnos: Journal of Anthropology. Vol. 73 217-240.
  • McWilliam, A & Bexley, A (2008). Performing politics: The 2007 Parliamentary Elections in Timor Leste Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 9 66-82.
  • McWilliam, A (2007). Book Review: On the edges of Anthropology (Interviews) Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 8 171-3.
  • McWilliam, A (2007). Looking for Ade: A contribution to Timorese historiography Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Southeast Asia and Oceania). Vol. 163 221-238.
  • McWilliam, A (2007). Harbouring Traditions in East Timor: Marginality in a Lowland Entrepot Modern Asian Studies. Vol. 41 1113-1143.
  • McWilliam, A, Robinson, K & Curnow, J (2007). Local cooperatives and microfinance in eastern Indonesia: Autonomy and opportunity for community economies Development Bulletin (Canberra). Vol. 72 14-18.
  • McWilliam, A (2007). Meto Disputes and Peacemaking: Cultural notes on conflict and its resolution in West Timor Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 8 75-91.
  • McWilliam, A (2007). Introduction: Restorative Custom: Ethnographic Perspectives on Conflict and Local Justice in Timor Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 8 1-Aug.
  • McWilliam, A (2007). Austronesians in Linguistic Disguise: Fataluku cultural fusion in East Timor Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. Vol. 38 355-375.
  • Robinson, K & McWilliam, A (2006). Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) in Indonesia: Action research and the diverse economies of Buton and Ngada (Flores) Masyarakat Indonesia: Majalah Ilmu-Ilmu Sosial Indonesia. Vol. XXX11 31-54.
  • McWilliam, A (2006). Historical reflections on customary land rights in Indonesia Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 7 45-64.
  • McWilliam, A (2005). Book Review: Grandchildren of the Gae Ancestors: Social organisation and cosmology among the Hoga Sara of Flores Anthropological Forum. Vol. 14 82-84.
  • McWilliam, A (2005). Book Review: Indonesian Houses: Tradition and transformation in vernacular architecture, Volume 1 Anthropological Forum. Vol. 15 199-201.
  • McWilliam, A & Mahmud, M (2005). Book Review: Framing Indonesian Realities: essays in symbolic anthropology in honour of Reimer Schefold Australian Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 16 140-141.
  • McWilliam, A (2005). Review of On the Edge of the Banda Zone: Past and present in the social organistion of a Moluccan Trading Network by Roy Ellen Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 2005 269-271.
  • McWilliam, A (2005). Review of Local Power and Politics in Indonesia, Decentralisation and Democratisation edited by Edward Aspinall and Greg Fealy (2004) Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 2005 185-186.
  • McWilliam, A (2005). Book Review: Culture and the question of rights: Forests, coasts and seas in Southeast Asia Asian Studies Review. Vol. 48 149-150.
  • McWilliam, A (2005). Haumeni? Not Many: Renewed plunder and mismanagement in the Timorese Sandalwood Industry Modern Asian Studies. Vol. 39 285-320.
  • McWilliam, A (2005). Houses of resistance in East Timor: Structuring sociality in the new nation Anthropological Forum. Vol. 15 27-44.
  • Fitzpatrick, D & McWilliam, A (2005). Waiting for law: Land custom and legal regulation in Timor-Leste Development Bulletin (Canberra). Vol. 68 58-61.
  • Robinson, K, Gibson, K, McKay, D et al (2004). Negotiating alternative economic strategies for regional development Development Bulletin (Canberra). Vol. 65 46-50.
  • McWilliam, A (2003). Timorese seascapes: perspectives on customary marine tenures in East Timor Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 3 Jun-32.
  • McWilliam, A (2003). New beginnings in East Timorese forest management Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. Vol. 34 307-327.
  • McWilliam, A (2002). Book review: Art and culture of Bali Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. tba 151-152.
  • McWilliam, A (2002). Book review: Altered states: material culture transformations in the Arafura region Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. tba 141-142.
  • McWilliam, A (2002). Book review: The Anthropology of globalization: a reader <>. Vol. .
  • McWilliam, A (2002). Re-figuring Bradshaw: art, place and landscape in the Victoria River District Australian Aboriginal Studies. Vol. 1 2-Dec.
  • McWilliam, A (2001). Prospects for the sacred grove: valuing lulic forests on Timor Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 2 89-113.
  • McWilliam, A (2000). A plague on your house? Some impacts of chromolaena odorata on Timorese livelihoods Human Ecology (Journal). Vol. 28 451-469.

Books

  • Fitzpatrick, D, McWilliam, A & Barnes, S (2012). Property and Social Resilience in Times of Conflict: Land, Custom and Law in East Timor . Farnham, United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.
  • McWilliam, A & Traube, E (2011). Land and life in Timor-Leste: ethnographic essays . Canberra: ANU ePress.
  • McWilliam, A (2002). Paths of origin: gates of life, a study of place and precedence in Southwest Timor . Leiden, The Netherlands: KITLV Press.

Book chapters

  • Shepherd, C & McWilliam, A (2014). Divide and Cultivate: Plantations, Militarism and Environment in Portuguese Timor, 1860-1975. In Frank Uekotter (Ed.), Comparing Apples, Oranges, and Cotton: Environmental Histories of the Global Plantation (pp. 139-166) Frankfurt-on-Main, Germany: Campus Verlag GmbH.
  • McWilliam, A (2013). Cultural heritage and its performative modalities: Imagining the Nino Konis Santana National Park in East Timor. In Sally Brockwell, Sue O’Connor & Denis Byrne (Ed.), Transcending the Culture-Nature Divide in Cultural Heritage: Views from the Asia-Pacific Region (pp. 191-201) Canberra Australia: ANU ePress.
  • McWilliam, A & Traube, E (2011). Land and Life in Timor-Leste: Introduction. In Andrew McWilliam and Elizabeth G. Traube (Ed.), Land and life in Timor-Leste: ethnographic essays (pp. Jan-21) Canberra: ANU ePress.
  • McWilliam, A (2011). Fataluku Living Landscapes. In Andrew McWilliam and Elizabeth G. Traube (Ed.), Land and life in Timor-Leste: ethnographic essays (pp. 61-86) Canberra: ANU ePress.
  • McWilliam, A (2009). Trunk and tip in West Timor: Precedence in a botanical idiom. In Michael P Vischer (Ed.), Precedence: Social differentiation in the Austronesian World (pp. 111-130) Canberra Australia: ANU ePress.
  • McWilliam, A (2008). Customary Governance in Timor-Leste. In David Mearns with S Farram (Ed.), Democratic Governance in Timor-Leste: Reconciling the local and the national (pp. 129-142) Darwin: Charles Darwin University Press.
  • McWilliam, A (2007). Customary claims and the public interest: on Fataluku resource entitlements in Lautem. In Damien Kingsbury & Michael Leach (Ed.), East Timor: Beyond Independence (pp. 165-178) Melbourne: Monash University Publishing.
  • McWilliam, A (2007). East and West in Timor-Leste: Is there an Ethnic Divide?. In Dennis Shoesmith (Ed.), The Crisis in Timor-Leste: Understanding the Past, Imagining the Future (pp. 37-44) Darwin: Charles Darwin University Press.
  • McWilliam, A (2006). Fataluku forest tenures and the Conis Santana National Park (East Timor). In Thomas Reuter (Ed.), Sharing the earth, dividing the land: Land and territory in the Austronesian world (pp. 253-275) Canberra: ANU ePress.
  • McWilliam, A (2005). Absence and Plenitude: Appropriating the Fitzmaurice River frontier. In Deborah Bird Rose and Richard Davis (Ed.), Dislocating the Frontier: Essaying the mystique of the outback (pp. 175-193) Canberra Australia: ANU ePress.

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