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Books, edited volumes and journal special issues

2018 [forthcoming]. Jonathan Padwe, Written on the Land: Violence and Social Formation on a Cambodian Frontier, for publication by the University of Washington Press  in the book series Culture, Place and Nature: Studies in Anthropology and Environment. 

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2015. Antonio Sorge, Jonathan Padwe and Sara Shneiderman, editors. Resiting the Village. Special issue of Critique of Anthropology 35(3).  

Peer reviewed articles

2016. Besky, Sarah and Jonathan Padwe. Placing plants in territory. Environment and Society: Advances in Research 7(1): 9-28. doi: 10.3167/ares.2016.070102. || Reviewers' comments.

2015. Sorge, Antonio and Jonathan Padwe. Introduction: The abandoned village? Critique of Anthropology 35 (3): 235-247. doi: 10.1177/0308275X15588618.

2013. Padwe, Jonathan. Highlands of history: Indigenous identity and its antecedents in Cambodia. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 54(3): 282-295. doi: 10.1111/apv.12028 || Reviewers' comments.

2013. Padwe, Jonathan. Hrĭn à l’âme de guêpe: Chasse et « relations extérieures » dans la littérature orale jarai. Translated by Mathieu Guérin. Péninsule no. 66: 133–160

2011. Guérin, Mathieu and Jonathan Padwe. Pénétration coloniale et résistance chez les Jarai: Revisiter le rôle des colonisés dans la mise en place des frontières en Indochine. Outre-Mers nos. 370-371: 245-272. doi: 10.3406/outre.2011.4552

2004. Padwe, Jonathan. Participatory Conservation at the Condor Bioreserve, Ecuador: Representations, Decision Processes, and Underlying Assumptions. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 18(2/3):107-137. doi: 10.1300/J091v18n02_06

2004. Timothy Clark and Jonathan Padwe. The Ecuadorian Condor Bioreserve Initiative: Decision Process Considerations for Effective Conservation. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 18(2/3): 297-324. doi: 10.1300/J091v18n02_14

1997. Hill, Kim, Jonathan Padwe, Carlos Bejyvagi, Ambrosio Bepurangi, Felipe Jakugi, Roberto Tykuarangi, and Tito Tykuarangi.  Impact of Hunting on Large Vertebrates in the Mbaracayú Reserve, Paraguay Conservation Biology 11(6): 1339-1352. doi: 10.1046/j.1523-1739.1997.96048.x  

Chapters in books

2016. Padwe, Jonathan. Cambodia’s highlanders: Land, livelihoods and the politics of indigeneity. Pp. 134-145 in The Handbook of Contemporary Cambodia. Catherine Brickell and Simon Springer, editors. London and New York: Routledge.

2013. Padwe, Jonathan. Anthropocentrism.  In Oxford Bibliographies in Ecology. Ed. David Gibson. New York: Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/obo/9780199830060-0073 || Reviewers' comments.

2013. Padwe, Jonathan, A. Perez Pereiro, S. Mamula, E. Zucker, A. Derks, E.W. Davis, and J. Grant. Cambodia. Pp. 75-90 in Joshua Barker, Erik Harms and Johan Lindquist, editors. Figures of Southeast Asian Modernity. Honolulu: University of Hawaiˈi Press. Chapter editor and author of chapter introduction.

2011. Padwe, Jonathan. Cashews, cash and capitalism in northeast Cambodia.  Pp. 123 – 153 in Caroline Hughes and Kheang Un, editors.  Cambodia’s Economic Transformation. Copenhagen: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Press. || Reviewers' comments.

2010. Padwe, Jonathan. Customary law, traditional authority and the ethnicization of rights in highland Cambodia.  Pp. 325-363 in Frederic Bourdier, editor. Development and Dominion: Indigenous Peoples of Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos.  Bangkok: White Lotus Books.  

2008. Dove, Michael R., Andrew Mathews, Jonathan Padwe, Anne Rademacher, and Keely Maxwell. The Concept of Human Agency in Contemporary Conservation and Development. Pp. 225-253 in Bradley B. Walters, Bonnie J. McCay, Paige West and Susan Lees, editors. Against the Grain: The Vayda Tradition in Human Ecology and Ecological Anthropology. Lanham, New York: AltaMira Press.

2001. Padwe, Jonathan. Resolving land conflict along the border of the Mbaracayú Reserve, Paraguay.  Pp. 125-149 in Tim Clark, Michael Stevenson, Kim Ziegelmeyer and Murray B. Rutherford, editors.  Species and Ecosystem Conservation: An Interdisciplinary Approach.  Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Bulletin Series, No. 105.  New Haven: Yale University.

2000. Hill, Kim and Jonathan Padwe.  Sustainability of Aché hunting in the Mbaracayú Reserve, Paraguay.  Pp. 79-105 in J. Robinson and E. Bennet, editors. Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Forests.  Columbia University Press, New York.  

Technical reports

2014. Padwe, Jonathan. Bringing Innovation to Scale in Climate Change Adaptation: A Synthesis of Learning from Four Projects of the Economic Innovation Incentives Fund. Boston: Oxfam America. See Oxfam America website.

2014. Padwe, Jonathan. Climate Change Forum - Ethiopia.  Consultancy Country Report - Ethiopia. Boston: Oxfam America.

2014. Padwe, Jonathan. Q’emikuspa: Climate Change Adaptation for Livelihoods Protection in Andean Indigenous Communities. Consultancy Country Report - Peru. Boston: Oxfam America.

2014. Padwe, Jonathan. Building Climate Change Resilience for Smallholder Rice Farmers in Cambodia. Consultancy Country Report - Cambodia. Boston: Oxfam America.

2006. Backstrom, Maria, Jeremy Ironside, Gordon Paterson, Jonathan Padwe, and Ian G. Baird. Indigenous Traditional Legal Systems and Conflict Resolution in Ratanakiri and Mondulkiri Provinces, Cambodia.  UNDP Regional Centre, Bangkok: UNDP/Ministry of Justice Legal and Judicial Reform Programme.

Encyclopedia entries, short communications and other publications

2018 (forthcoming). Padwe, Jonathan. Eschaton. In Cymene Howe and Anan Pandian, editors. Lexicon for an Anthropocene As Yet Unseen. New York: Punctum Press.

2000. Padwe, Jonathan. What Environmeant.  Culture jammers Creative Resistance contest. Adbusters 29:57.

1994. Padwe, Jonathan.  Mbaracayú--Forest With a Future.  World Birdwatch 16 (2):15-18.


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