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Books and Monographs

2012    Peluso, Nancy Lee and Christian Lund, eds. New Frontiers of Land Control. Taylor and Francis. Book version of Peluso, Nancy Lee, and Christian Lund, eds. 2011. From: Special Issue of Journal of Peasant Studies 38.4.

2008    Nevins, Joseph and Nancy Lee Peluso, eds. Taking Southeast Asia to Market: Commodities, People and Nature in a Neoliberal Age. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

2006    Peluso, Nancy Lee. (translated by Landung Simatupang). Hutan Kaya, Rakyat Melarat: Penguasaan Sumberdaya dan Perlawanan di Jawa. Yogyakarta: Konphalindo. Printed by INSIST Press. Indonesian Translation of Rich Forests, Poor People with a new introduction based on new research.

2003    Padoch, Christine, and Nancy Lee Peluso. Borneo in Transition: People, Forests, Conservation, and Development. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press. Includes new introduction and updated article, both by: Peluso, Nancy Lee, and Christine Padoch, "Resource Rights in Managed Forests of West Kalimantan, Indonesia." [second edition].

2001    Peluso, Nancy Lee, and Michael Watts. Violent Environments. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

1997    Colfer, Carol J. Pierce, with Nancy Peluso and Chin See Chung. Beyond Slash and Burn: Building on Indigenous Management of Borneo’s Tropical Rain Forests. Series: Advances in Economic Botany, Volume 11. Bronx: The New York Botanical Garden.           

1994    Peluso, Nancy Lee, Matt Turner, and Louise Fortmann. Introducing Community Forestry: Annotated Listing of Topics and Readings. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

1993    Peluso, Nancy Lee. The Impacts of Social and Environmental Change on Indigenous People's Forest Management in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Forest, Trees, and People Monograph Series. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

1992    Peluso, Nancy Lee. Rich Forests, Poor People: Resource Control and Resistance in Java. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. (Paperback 1994).

Refereed journal articles and book chapters

2017    Peluso, Nancy Lee. “Review essay on Whigs and Hunters: The Origin of the Black Act.” Classic Reviews in Agrarian Studies Series. Journal of Peasant Studies 44.1: 309-321. PDF

2016    Peluso, Nancy Lee. “Smallholder Gold Territories in an Urbanizing Space: Practice, Property, and Secrets in Indonesian Gold Country.” World Development (in press).

2016    Peluso, Nancy Lee. “The Plantation and the Mine: Agrarian transformation and the re-makings of land and smallholders in Indonesia,” pp. 35-62. In Land and Development in Indonesia, John McCarthy and Kathryn Robinson, eds. Canberra: The Australian National University.

2015    Peluso, Nancy Lee. On-line photo essay, “The Gold Farmers”. Mandala website, The Australian National University. URL: http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/newmandala/2015/07/17/the-gold-farmers/

2015    Vandergeest, Peter, and Nancy Lee Peluso. “Political Forests,” pp. 162-175. In The International Handbook of Political Ecology, Raymond Bryant, ed. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.

2015    Mathevet, Raphaël, Nancy Lee Peluso, Alexandre Couespel, and Paul Robbins. “Using Historical Political Ecology to Understand the Present: Water, Reeds, and Biodiversity in the Camargue Biosphere Reserve, Southern France.” Ecology and Society 20.4. PDF

2015    Kelly, Alice, and Nancy Lee Peluso. “Frontiers of commodification: State lands and their formalization.” Society and Natural Resources 28.5: 473-495. PDF

2015    Sowerwine, Jennifer, Christy Getz, and Nancy Lee Peluso. “The Myth of the Protected Worker: Southeast Asian Farmers in California Agriculture.” Agriculture and Human Values 28.4: 579-595. PDF

2014    Fairbairn, Madeleine, Jonathan Fox, S. Ryan Isakson, Michael Levien, Nancy Lee Peluso, Shahra Razavi, Ian Scoones & K. Sivaramakrishnan. “Introduction: New directions in agrarian political economy.” Journal of Peasant Studies 41.5: 653-666. PDF

2013    Peluso, Nancy Lee, and Michael Watts. “Resource Violence.” Chapter 19 in Critical Environmental Politics, Carl Death, ed. London: Routledge.

2012    Peluso, Nancy Lee. “What’s Nature Got to Do With it? A Situated Historical Perspective on Socio-natural Commodities.” Development and Change 43.1: 79-104. PDF

2012    Peluso, Nancy Lee. “Situer les 'political ecologies' : l'exemple du caoutchouc,” pp. 37-64. In Environnement, Discours et Pouvoir. L'approche 'Political Ecology, Gautier, Denis and Benjaminsen, Tor A., eds. Versailles, France: Quae.

2011    Peluso, Nancy Lee, and Christian Lund. “New Frontiers of Land Control: Introduction.” In New Frontiers of Land Control, Nancy Lee Peluso and Christian Lund, eds., Special Issue of Journal of Peasant Studies 38.4 (Sept.): 667-681. PDF

2011    Peluso, Nancy Lee. “Emergent Forest and Land Regimes in Java.” Journal of Peasant Studies 38.4 (Sept.): 811-836. PDF

2011    Peluso, Nancy Lee, Edi. Suprapto, and Agus Budi Purwanto. ”Urbanizing Java’s Political Forest? Agrarian Struggles and the Reterritorialization of Natures,” pp. 157-178. In Revisiting Agrarian Transformations in Rural Southeast Asia, Peter Vandergeest and Jonathan Rigg, eds. Singapore: NUS Books.

2011    Peluso, Nancy Lee and Peter Vandergeest. “Taking the Jungle out of the Forest: Counter-Insurgency and the Making of National Natures,” pp. 254-284. In Global Political Ecology, Richard Peet, Paul Robbins, and Michael J. Watts, eds. New York: Routledge. 

2011    Peluso Nancy Lee, and Peter Vandergeest. “Political Ecologies of War and Forests: Counterinsurgencies and the Making of National Natures.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 101.3 (May): 587-608. PDF

2010    Vandergeest, Peter, and Nancy Lee Peluso. “Political Violence and Scientific Forestry: Emergencies, Insurgencies, and Counterinsurgencies in Southeast Asia” pp. 152-166. In Knowing Nature: Conversations at the Intersection of Political Ecology and Science Studies, Mara J., Goldman, Paul Nadasdy, and Matthew Turner, eds. New York: Routledge.

2009    Cramb, R.A., Carol J. Pierce Colfer, Wolfram Dressler, Pinkaew Laungaramsri, Quang Trang Le, Elok Mulyoutami, Nancy Lee Peluso, and Reed L. Wadley. “Swidden Transformations and Rural Livelihoods in Southeast Asia.” Human Ecology 37.3 (June): 323-346. PDF

2009    Fox, Jefferson, Yayoi Fujita, Dimbab Ngidang, Nancy Lee Peluso, Leslie Potter, Niken Sakuntaladewi, Janet Sturgeon, and David Thomas. “Policies, Political Economy, and Swidden in Southeast Asia.” Human Ecology 37.3 (June): 305-322. PDF

2009    Peluso, Nancy Lee. “Rubber Erasures, Producing Rights: Making Racialized Territories in West Kalimantan, Indonesia.” Special issue on “Property and Authority.” Christian Lund and Thomas Sikor, guest eds. Development and Change 40.1: 47-80. PDF

2008    Peluso, Nancy Lee, Suraya Afiff, Noer Fauzi Rachman. “Claiming Grounds for Reform: Agrarian and Environmental Movements in Indonesia.” Journal of Agrarian Change, 8. 2/3 (April/July): 377-407. PDF

2008    Peluso, Nancy Lee. “A Political Ecology of Violence and Territory in West Kalimantan.” Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 49.1: 48-67. PDF

2007    Peluso, Nancy Lee. “Violence, Decentralization, and Resource Access in Indonesia,” Saturnino M. Borras Jr. and Eric Ross, eds. Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice 19: 23-32. PDF

2006    Vandergeest, Peter, and Nancy Lee Peluso. “Empires of Forestry: Professional Forestry and State Power in Southeast Asia, Part 1.” Environment and History 12.1: 31-64. PDF

2006    Vandergeest, Peter and Nancy Lee Peluso. “Empires of Forestry: Professional Forestry and State Power in Southeast Asia, Part 2.” Environment and History 12.4: 359-393. PDF

2006    Peluso, Nancy Lee. “Passing the Red Bowl: Creating Community through Violence in West Kalimantan, Indonesia,” pp. 106-128. In Violent Conflict in Indonesia: Analysis, Representation, Resolution, Charles Coppel, ed. New York: Routledge.

2005    Peluso, Nancy Lee. “Seeing Properties in Land Use: Local Territorializations in West Kalimantan, Indonesia.” Geografisk Tidsskrift: Danish Journal of Geography, 105.1: 1-15. PDF

2005    Hart, Gillian, and Nancy Lee Peluso. “Revisiting Rural Java: Agrarian Research in the Wake of Reformasi: A Review Essay." Indonesia 80 (October): 177-197.

2003    Ribot, Jesse, and Nancy Lee Peluso. “A Theory of Access.” Rural Sociology 68.2: 153-181. PDF

2003    Peluso, Nancy Lee. “Weapons of the Wild: Strategic Deployment of Violence and Wildness in Borneo Rainforests of Indonesia,” pp. 204-245. In In Search of the Rainforest, Candace Slater, ed. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

2003    Peluso, Nancy Lee, and Michael Watts. Critique of Homer-Dixon Resources, Scarcity and Environment. Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environment and Security Report 9 (June).

2001    Peluso, Nancy Lee, and Peter Vandergeest. “Genealogies of the Political Forest and Customary Rights in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.” The Journal of Asian Studies 60.2 (August): 761-812. PDF

2001    Peluso, Nancy Lee and Michael Watts, “Introduction: Violent Environments,” pp. 3-38. In Violent Environments, Nancy Lee Peluso, Michael Watts, eds. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

2001    Peluso, Nancy Lee and Emily Harwell. “Territory, Custom, and the Cultural Politics of Ethnic War in West Kalimantan Indonesia.” In Violent Environments, Nancy Lee Peluso, Michael Watts, eds. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

1999    Fairfax, Sally K., Fortmann, Louise P., Hawkins, Ann, Huntsinger, Lynn, Peluso, Nancy Lee, and Wolf, Steven A. “The Federal Forests Are Not What They Seem: Formal and Informal Claims to Federal Lands.” Ecology Law Quarterly. 25.4: 630-646. PDF

1996    Peluso, Nancy Lee. “Fruit Trees and Family Trees in an Indonesian Rainforest: Property Rights, Ethics of Access, and Environmental Change.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 38.3: 510-548. Reprinted in Nature’s Past: The Environment and Human History, edited by Paolo Squatriti. Michigan: University of Michigan Press, 2006, pp. 54-102. PDF

1995    Vandergeest, Peter, and Nancy Lee Peluso, “Territorialization and State Power in Thailand.” Theory and Society 35: 385-426. PDF

1995    Peluso, Nancy Lee, “Whose Woods are These? Counter-Mapping Forest Territories in Kalimantan, Indonesia.” Antipode 27.4: 383-406. PDF

1995    Peluso, Nancy Lee, Peter Vandergeest, and Lesley Potter, “Social Aspects of Forestry in Southeast Asia: A Review of the Trends in the Scholarly Literature.” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 26.1: 196-218. PDF

1993    Peluso, Nancy Lee, “Coercing Conservation?: The Politics of State Resource Control.” Global Environmental Change 3.2 (June): 199-218. Reprinted in Ronald Lipschultz and Ken Conca, eds. The State and Social Power in Global Environmental Politics. New York: Columbia University Press. (1993). PDF

1992    Peluso, Nancy Lee, “The Ironwood Problem: (Mis)-Management and Development of an Extractive Rainforest Product.” Conservation Biology 6.1 (June): 210-219. PDF

1992    Peluso, Nancy Lee, “The Political Ecology of Extraction and Extractive Reserves in East Kalimantan, Indonesia.” Development and Change 23.4 (October): 49-74. PDF

1992    Peluso, Nancy Lee, “Traditions of Forest Control in Java: Implications for Social Forestry and Sustainability.” Natural Resources Journal 32.4 (October): 883-918. Reprinted in Raymond Bryant (ed.), “The Political Ecology of Resource Management in Southeast Asia.” Special issue, Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters 3 (1993): 138-157. PDF

1991    Menzies, N.K., and Nancy Lee Peluso, “Rights of Access to Upland Forest Resources in Southwest China.” Journal of World Forest Resources 6.1 (September): 1-20. PDF

1991    Peluso, Nancy Lee, “Colonial Forest Management in Java.” Forest and Conservation History (April): 65-75.

1989    Peluso, Nancy Lee, and Mark Poffenberger, “Social Forestry on Java: Reorienting Management Systems.” Human Organization 48.4 (Winter): 333-344. PDF

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