Paul D'Arcy

AsPr Paul D'Arcy

20002019

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Biography

After graduating in Pacific and African history from Otago University, I studied at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa and worked as an archaeologist and for Television New Zealand, before completing my MA at Otago and PhD at the Australian National University (ANU). I taught at Otago, Victoria University of Wellington and James Cook University in Queensland before joining ANU in 2006. I currently teach and publish on environmental conflict resolution, sustainable development and climate change mitigation in the Asia Pacific Region in the College of Asia and the Pacific’s Department of Pacific Affairs at the ANU. 

Qualifications

BA (Hons) Otago, MA (Otago), PhD (ANU)

Current student projects

Myjolene Kim, “From Silent to Salient: Re-engaging the Local History of Chuukese Women”, Doctoral thesis, College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU (Chair).

Mona Matepi, “Pasifika Development, Seabed Mining and Path Dependency”, Doctoral thesis, College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU (Chair).

Philippa Louey, “What promise does the blue economy hold for Oceania and what impact(s) does it have on local communities?” Doctoral thesis, College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU (Chair)

Jay Evett, “The decolonisation of national identity and its impact on Aotearoa New Zealand-Pacific relations”, Doctoral thesis, College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU (Chair)

Momoyo Scotty, “Exploring the potential fisheries opportunities and vulnerabilities for Nauru Island under the new development of an international marine port”, Doctoral thesis, College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU (Chair)

Amelia Faotusia, “Socio-economic implications of the Blue Economy concept for Tourism in Small Island Developing States of the Pacific Region”, Doctoral thesis, College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU (Chair).

Athaulla Rasheed, “Climate ideas, interpretive leadership and construction of the Pacific Islands development cooperation and regional security in the wake of post-COVID-19 recovery and beyond”, Doctoral thesis, College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU (Supervisor).

Eliorah Malifa, “Pollywood (Hollywood in the Pacific): Developing a sustainable film and television industry in the Pacific”, Doctoral thesis, College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU (Supervisor).

Suzanne O’Neill, ‘Traveling or translating? Ideas, policy and power in the Pacific’, Doctoral thesis, College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU (Supervisor)

Past student projects

Selection of Recent Student Projects

Bablis, Greg Waula, “Oral History: The Future of Papua New Guinea’s Past”, Master of Asian and Pacific Studies (Advanced), College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU (Primary Supervisor).

Marshall, Chels, “Looking at the sky - Listening to the Sea: Customary Environmental Knowledge in the Pacific and Connections of Atmosphere, Oceans, Species and People”, Doctoral thesis, College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU (Chair).

Pawson, Simon, “Community development and tourism in emerging economies: A case study of Banteay Chhmar, Cambodia”, Doctoral thesis, College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU (Chair)

Puas, Zag, “Micronesian engagement with the outside world: Control, self-preservation, identity”, Doctoral thesis, College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU (Chair).

Teaching

Current Courses Taught

ASIA2093: Asia Pacific Environmental Conflicts

PASI3013: Environment and Development in the Pacific

Teaching Projects

1.Connecting Moana –- research and teaching network involving Pacific-led redesign of shared Pacific courses linking 10 Pacific Island universities from Guam to Tahiti in an integrated, research/teaching nexus which obtained two large French Government grants (2011 ongoing).

Publications on Teaching Methodology

1.(editor), ‘Forum: The teaching of Pacific history’, Special Seven Article Forum plus Introduction in The Journal of Pacific History vol. 46(2), September 2011, 197-256.

2.“Introduction: Forum: The teaching of Pacific history”, Diverse Approaches for Diverse Audiences” introduction to Paul D’Arcy (ed.), special seven article forum plus Introduction in The Journal of Pacific History vol.46 (2), September 2011, 197-206.

3.“On the Margins of History: rethinking world history from a Pacific perspective”, in Shi Cheng (ed.), Teaching World History in the World International Conference, volume 1, Academic Papers (Foreign Scholars), Capital Normal University, Beijing, October 2005, 136-159.

4.“Torn Apart by Proximity: The Problems and Benefits of Comparative History for Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands”, World History Bulletin, vol.17 (2), Fall 2001, 19-27.

 

Research interests

My current research focuses on Asia Pacific visions of history and sustainable development, and the history of conflict and conflict resolution in the Asia Pacific region, especially conflicts over natural resources and climate change mitigation strategies, with particular reference to the Pacific Ocean.

 

Researcher's projects

Current (4)

Zag Puas and Paul D’Arcy, Pacific Education, Health and Food Security in the Era of Climate Change Micronesia (Applied Research Project in Process).

Paul D’Arcy, Pedro Iacobelli, Johannes Rehner, The Global and Local Significance of Trans-Pacific mining exchanges from the 19th to 21st centuries (Research Project in Process).

Planning for Natural Hazards and Climatic Variation in the Pacific: Past, Present and Future Options (Research Project in Process).

A History of Conflict Resolution, Sustainable Development and Social Justice in the Asia Pacific Region (Book Project).

In Press (14)

An Environmental History of the Pacific, Polity Press, Cambridge, forthcoming 2022.

General Editor and Coordinator, The Cambridge History of the Pacific Ocean, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, forthcoming 2022 (Seven-year project coordinating 64 chapters, involving 80 contributors from 45 universities and centres of learning, and an editorial team of 5 international experts, 2016 onwards).

Paul D’Arcy (ed), “General Editor’s Introduction” in The Cambridge History of the Pacific Ocean (2 volumes), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2022 forthcoming.

Paul D’Arcy and Cynthia Zayas, “Natural Hazards, Risks and Peoples in the Pacific World” in Paul D’Arcy (ed), The Cambridge History of the Pacific Ocean (2 volumes), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2022, Volume One (Matt Matsuda and Ryan Jones, eds.), Chapter 9, forthcoming.

Morgan Tuimaleali’ifano and Paul D’Arcy, “Oral traditions in Pacific History”, in Paul D’Arcy (ed), The Cambridge History of the Pacific Ocean (2 volumes), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2022, Volume One (Matt Matsuda and Ryan Jones, eds.), Chapter 11, forthcoming.

Fei Sheng and Paul D’Arcy, “China and the Pacific Since 1949”, in Paul D’Arcy (ed), The Cambridge History of the Pacific Ocean (2 volumes), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2022, Volume Two (Jane Samson and Anne Hattori, eds.), Chapter 58, forthcoming.

"Long Distance Trade in the Pacific" in Cátia Antunes and Eric Tagliacozzo (eds.), The Cambridge History of Global Migrations, volume 1, chapter 4, forthcoming 2022.

Paul D’Arcy and Daya Dakasi Da-Wei Kuan, “Introduction: Local Practice and Global Interactions: Making the Global Local” in Paul D’Arcy and Daya Dakasi Da-Wei Kuan (eds.), Islands of Hope: Pan-Pacific Indigenous Resource Management in the Era of Globalisation and Climate Change, ANU Press, Canberra, forthcoming 2022.                 

Daya Dakasi Da-Wei Kuan and Paul D’Arcy, “Section One: Knowledge Retained - Pacific Indigenous Sustainable Development”, in Paul D’Arcy and Daya Dakasi Da-Wei Kuan (eds.), Islands of Hope: Pan-Pacific Indigenous Resource Management in the Era of Globalisation and Climate Change, ANU Press, Canberra, forthcoming 2022.                                         

Paul D’Arcy and Daya Dakasi Da-Wei Kuan, “Section Two: Knowledge Applied - Reviving the Land and Sea”, in Paul D’Arcy and Daya Dakasi Da-Wei Kuan (eds.), Islands of Hope: Pan-Pacific Indigenous Resource Management in the Era of Globalisation and Climate Change, ANU Press, Canberra, forthcoming 2022.                                                              

Daya Dakasi Da-Wei Kuan and Paul D’Arcy, “Section Three: Knowledge Contested - Local Responses to Climate Change”, in Paul D’Arcy and Daya Dakasi Da-Wei Kuan (eds.), Islands of Hope: Pan-Pacific Indigenous Resource Management in the Era of Globalisation and Climate Change, ANU Press, Canberra, forthcoming 2022.   

Paul D’Arcy and Daya Dakasi Da-Wei Kuan, “Section Four: Knowledge Adapted and Shared - Lessons for Humanity”, in Paul D’Arcy and Daya Dakasi Da-Wei Kuan (eds.), Islands of Hope: Pan-Pacific Indigenous Resource Management in the Era of Globalisation and Climate Change, ANU Press, Canberra, forthcoming 2022.                                        

Roannie Ng Shui and Paul D’Arcy, “Pasifika cultural and business exchanges with the Araucania peoples of southern Chile”, in Paul D’Arcy and Daya Dakasi Da-Wei Kuan (eds.), Islands of Hope: Pan-Pacific Indigenous Resource Management in the Era of Globalisation and Climate Change, ANU Press, Canberra, forthcoming 2022.

Tilot V, Guilloux B., Willaert K., Mulalap C.Y., Bambridge T., D’Arcy P., Mawyer A., Gaulme F., Kacenelenbogen E., Jeudy de Grissac, A., Moreno Navas, J., Dahl A., “The concept of Oceanian Sovereignty in the context of Deep Sea mining in the Pacific region”, Frontiers in Marine Science, 2022 forthcoming

Researcher's projects

PUBLICATIONS

Please note that that many of my publications and projects are missing from other parts of this website. My full list of publications is listed here.

Books Published (4)

Transforming Hawaii: Balancing Coercion and Consent in 18th c. Kānaka Maoli Statecraft, ANU Press, Canberra, 2018 (available for download at https://press.anu.edu.au/publications/series/pacific/transforming-hawai'i).

Paul D’Arcy, Linda Crowl, and Patrick Matbob (eds.), Pacific Island-Asia Partnerships in Resource Development, Divine Word University Press, Madang, 2014.

Editor, Peoples of the Pacific: the History of Oceania to 1870, Volume 3 of The Pacific World: Lands, Peoples and History of the Pacific, 1500-1900 Series, Ashgate/Valorium, Aldershot, 2008.

The People of the Sea: Environment, Identity, and History in Oceania, University of Hawai’i Press, Honolulu, 2006.

Editor of Special Issue Journals (5)

Paul D’Arcy and Lewis Mayo (eds.), ‘Asia’s Pacific Frontier’, 7 article plus introduction special issue The Journal of Pacific History, vol. 56 (3), 2021.

Paul D’Arcy and Graeme Smith (eds.), ‘Global Perspectives on Chinese Investment’, Special 8 Article Issue of Pacific Affairs, Vol. 86(2), June 2013, 217-372.

‘The Teaching of Pacific History’, Special Seven Article Forum plus Introduction in The Journal of Pacific History vol. 46(2), September 2011, 197-256.4

‘Women and the Sea in the Pacific’, Special Three Article Forum plus Introduction in the International Journal of Maritime History, vol. 20(2), December 2008, 259-324.

‘Chinese in the Pacific: Where are they now?’ Four Article Forum plus Introduction, Centre for the Study of the Chinese Southern Diaspora (CSCSD), CSCSD Occasional Papers, vol. 1, May 2007.

 

Journal Articles (31)

Paul D’Arcy and Lewis Mayo (eds.), “Introduction: Asia’s Fluid Zone of Interaction and Exchange with the Pacific Islands”, ‘Asia’s Pacific Frontier’, 7 article plus introduction special issue The Journal of Pacific History, vol. 56 (3), 2021, 217-235.

 “The Philippines as a Pacific nation: past, present and future”, article in Paul D’Arcy and Lewis Mayo (eds.), ‘Asia’s Pacific Frontier’ special issue The Journal of Pacific History, vol. 56 (3), 2021, 320-342.

Zag Puas and Paul D’Arcy, “Micronesia and the Rise of China: Realpolitik Meets the Reef”, article in Paul D’Arcy and Lewis Mayo (eds.), ‘Asia’s Pacific Frontier’ special issue The Journal of Pacific History, vol. 56 (3), 2021, 274-295.

Tamatoa Bambridge, Paul D’Arcy, Alex Mawyer, “Oceanian Sovereignty: Rethinking Conservation in a Sea of Islands”, Special Issue on 'Transforming Conservation Biology', Pacific Conservation Biology, vol. 27 (3), 2021.

Tamatoa Bambridge, Frederique Chlous, Joachim Claudet, Paul D’Arcy, Nicolas Pascal, Stéphanie Reynaud, Riccardo Rodolfo-Metalpa, Sylvie Tambutté, Aurelie Thomassin, Laura Recuero Virto, “Coral reef, society and acidification in the French pacific territories”, Regional Studies in Marine Science, vol. 29, May 2019, 1-8.

El Pacifico Chino” (Spanish translation by Víctor Altamirano), in Guadalupe Nettel (ed.), “El Pacifico” Special Issue, Revista de la Universidad de México, Mexican National University (UNAM), Junio (June) 2019, 109-116,

Simon Pawson, Paul D'Arcy, and Simon Richardson, “The value of community-based tourism in Banteay Chhmar, Cambodia”, Tourism Geographies, 19 (3), 2015, 378-397.

Taiwan’s Pacific Aid: past patterns and future requirements,” in Nic Halter and Gonzaga Puas (eds.), ‘Micronesia in Focus’, special issue of Tamkang Journal of International Affairs vol. 19 (2), October 2015, 11-52.

“Waqa Tabu – Sacred Ships: the Fijian Drua”, Peter Nuttall, Paul D’Arcy (as second author), and Colin Phelp, International Journal of Maritime History, Vol. 26 (3), 2014, 427–450.

“The Chinese Pacific: A Brief Historical Review”, The Journal of Pacific History, vol. 49 (4), 2014, 396-420.

“The Lawless Sea? Policy Options for Voluntary Compliance Regimes in Offshore Resource Zones in the Pacific”, Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies, vol. 1 (2), June 2014. 297–311.

“The Nourishing Sea: Partnered Guardianship of Fishery and Seabed Mineral Resources for the Economic Viability of Small Pacific Island Nations”, in Murukesan Krishnapillai, Joy Murray and Manfred Lenzen (eds.), “Sustainable Islands - A Pacific Perspective", Special Issue of Sustainability, Vol. 5, August 2013, 3346-3367.

“Pacific Connections: Communities of Common Interest from Taiwan to Rapanui (Easter Island)”, E-Renlai, January 2013, http://www.erenlai.com/index.php/en/focus/2013/austronesian-conference-2012/5231-paul-darcy

Graeme Smith and Paul D’Arcy, “Introduction: Global Perspectives on Chinese Investment”, co-authored with Graeme Smith, in Global Perspectives on Chinese Investment, Graeme Smith and Paul D’Arcy (eds.), Special 8 Article Issue of Pacific Affairs, vol. 86 (2), June 2013, 217-232.

Alastair Greig, Mark Turner, and Paul D’Arcy, “The Fragility of Success: Repositioning Mauritian Development in the Twenty-First Century, Island Studies Journal, vol. 6 (2), 2011, 157-178.

“Introduction: Diverse Approaches for Diverse Audiences” introduction to Paul D’Arcy (ed.), ‘Forum: The teaching of Pacific history’, special seven article forum plus Introduction in The Journal of Pacific History, vol. 46 (2), September 2011, 197-206.

“Flexibility, Stability and Modernity: Māori social entrepreneurialism’ as a model for development in the southwest Pacific”, in Max Quanchi (ed.), Australia and the Pacific Islands: A Neighbourhood with Histories, special issue of Social Alternatives 28 (4) 2009, 3-48, 30-33.

“A Neglected Dimension of Pacific Maritime History,” introduction to Paul D’Arcy (ed.), ‘Women and the Sea in the Pacific’, Special Three Article Forum in the International Journal of Maritime History, vol.20 (2), December 2008, 259-264.

The People of the Sea: Author’s Response”, Reply to 3-person Book Review Forum, The Journal of Pacific History, vol.43 (1), June 2008, 111-124 (my reply, 119-124).

“China in the Pacific: Some Policy Considerations for Australia and New Zealand”, State Society and Governance in Melanesia Programme, Discussion Paper 2007/4, October 2007, SSGM, RSPAS, ANU, http://rspas.anu.edu.au/melanesia/dplist.php?searchterm=2007.

A New Era in Chinese–Pacific Engagement?” introduction to Paul D’Arcy (ed.), Chinese in the Pacific: Where are they now?, Centre for the Study of the Chinese Southern Diaspora (CSCSD), CSCSD Occasional Papers, vol. 1, May 2007, http://rspas.anu.edu.au/cscsd/occasional_papers/index.php?issue=01.

“Select Bibliography of Chinese in the Pacific,” in Paul D’Arcy (ed.), Chinese in the Pacific: Where are they now?, Centre for the Study of the Chinese Southern Diaspora (CSCSD), CSCSD Occasional Papers, vol. 1, May 2007, 56-63, http://rspas.anu.edu.au/cscsd/occasional_papers/index.php?issue=01.

“The People of the Sea: A Roundtable Response”, author’s reply to 8-person Book Review Roundtable, International Journal of Maritime History, vol.18(2), December 2006, 371-428 (my reply 417-428).

“The role of the tuna fishery in the economy of the Federated States of Micronesia”, Pacific Economic Bulletin, vol. 21 (3), 2006, 75-87.

“Significant Spaces: The Role of Marine Ecosystems in Pacific Island Cultures”, Transforming Cultures eJournal, vol. 1 (2), July 2006, 34-43.

“Cultural divisions and island environments since the time of Dumont d’Urville”, Journal of Pacific History, vol. 38 (2), October 2003, 217-236.

“Warfare and State Formation in Hawaii: The limits on violence as a means of political consolidation”, Journal of Pacific History, vol. 38 (1), May 2003, 29-52.

“Becoming a Less Distant Stranger: Reflections on Three Pacific Shores,” Conversations vol. 3 (2), Summer 2002, 48-62.

“Connected by the Sea: Towards a Regional History of the Western Caroline Islands”, Journal of Pacific History, vol. 36(2), 2001, 163-182.

“Torn Apart by Proximity: The Problems and Benefits of Comparative History for Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands”, World History Bulletin, vol.17 (2), Fall 2001, 19-27.

“Maori and muskets from a Pan-Polynesian perspective”, New Zealand Journal of History, vol.34 (1), April 2000, 117-132.

 

Chapters in Edited Collections (35)

Tamatoa Bambridge, Paul D’Arcy, P. and Alex Mawyer, “Ozeanische Hoheit: Für eine neue Vorstellung von der Souveränität eines Meeres an Inseln” (Oceanian Sovereignty: Rethinking the Sovereignty of a Sea of Islands), in Gezeitendenken - Recherchen abseits des Nationalstaatensystems, Katrin Klingan, Nanna Heidenreich, and Rana Dasgupta (eds.), Matthes & Seitz Berlin, Berlin, 2021, 220-238.

Firth, S., and D’Arcy, P. “Contemporary Politics of the Pacific Islands”, in Juliet Love (ed.), The Far East and Australasia 2021, Routledge, Abingdon., November 2020, 685-692.

Firth, S., and D’Arcy, P., “Security in the Pacific Islands'', in Juliet Love (ed.), The Far East and Australasia 2021, Routledge, Abingdon., November 2020, 693-701.

“The Pacific Ocean”, in Rainer F. Buschmann and Lance Nolde (eds.) The World’s Oceans: Culture, History, and the Environment, ABC Clio, July 2018, 52-71.

“El Pacífico”, in Pedro Iacobelli, Robert Cribb and Juan Luis Perelló (eds.), Asia y el Pacífico durante los años de la Guerra Fría, Santiago, Fondo de Cultura Económica Chile, 2018, 253-265.

“Lessons for Humanity from the Ocean of Ancestors”, in Stefanie Hessler (ed.), Tidalectics: Imagining an oceanic worldview through art and science, Boston, MIT Press, March 2018, 117-126.

Simon Pawson, Paul D'Arcy, and Simon Richardson, “A contemporary examination of tourism development, management and community-based tourism in Cambodia”, in Wang, Y., Shakeela, A., Kwek, A., Khoo-Lattimore, C. (Eds.), Managing Asian Destinations, Sydney, Springer, July 2018, 125-140.

Simon Pawson, Paul D'Arcy, and Simon Richardson, “The Value of Community-based Tourism in Banteay Chhmar”, in Jarkko Saarinen, Christian M. Rogerson, and C. Michael Hall (eds.) Tourism Planning and Development: Contemporary Cases and Emerging Issues, Routledge, Milton Park, 2018, 72-91.

“The Chinese Pacific: A brief historical introduction”, in Michael Powles (ed.), China and the Pacific: The View from Oceania, Victoria University Press, Wellington, 2015, 46-52.

 “China and the Sea: Potential for Pacific Partnerships”, in Michael Powles (ed.), China and the Pacific: The View from Oceania, Victoria University Press, Wellington, 2015, 248-255.

“La vie au-delá du récif: la route des baleines et autre influences maritimes dans la îles Australes” (Life beyond the reef: whale routes and other maritime influences in Austral Islands life) in B. Salvat, T. Bambridge, D. Tanret, and J. Petit (eds.), Environnement marin des îles Australes, Polynésie française, Institut Récifs Coralliens Pacifique, CRIOBE et The Pew Charitable Trusts Polynésie française. CRIOBE and The Pew Charitable Trusts Polynésie française, Tahiti, 2015, 152-159.

“The Atlantic and Pacific Worlds”, in D’Maris Coffman, Adrian Leonard, and William O’Reilly (ed.), The Atlantic World, 1450-1850, Routledge, London, December 2014, 207-226.

Tamatoa Bambridge and Paul D’Arcy (equal co-authorship), “Large-scale Marine Protected Areas in the Pacific: Cultural and Social Perspectives”, Féral F. et Salvat B. (dirs), Gouvernance, enjeux et mondialisation des grandesaires marines protégées : recherche sur les politiques environnementales de zonage maritime, le challenge maritime de la France de Méditerranée et d’Outre-mer, Paris, L’harmattan, Collection Maritimes, 2014, 113-132.

“China’s Rising Influence in the South Pacific,” in Ming-Hsien Wong (ed.), Managing Regional Security Agenda, Tamkang University Press, Taipei, 2013, 131-158.

“Savoir-faire Maritime et Navigation dans les Îles Carolines”, in Hélène Guiot (ed.) Vivre la Mer: Expressions océaniennes de l;insularité, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2013, 53-68.

 “L’exploitation des fonds marins en Océanie,” in Corinne Berger and Jean-Luc Roques (eds.), L’eaudans le Pacifique Sud: Entre mythes et réalitiés, L’Harmattan, Paris, 2013, 59-81.

“Seabed Mining and Oceania: Imminent Resource Bonanza or Curse Writ Large?” in Corinne Berger and Jean-Luc Roques (eds.), L’eaudans le Pacifique Sud: Entre myths et réalitiés, L’Harmattan, Paris, 2013, 205-219.

“Pacific Islander Culture of War, Including Maori” in Daniel Coetzee and Lee W. Eysturlid (eds.), Philosophers of War: The Evolution of History’s Greatest Military Thinkers (2 vols.), Praeger, Santa Barbara, CA., 2013, vol. 1, The Ancient World to Premodern World, 3000 BCE – 1815 CE, 376-379.

“Southeast Asian Naval Warfare” in Daniel Coetzee and Lee W. Eysturlid (eds.), Philosophers of War: The Evolution of History’s Greatest Military Thinkers (2 vols.), Praeger, Santa Barbara, CA., 2013, vol. 1, The Ancient World to Premodern World, 3000 BCE – 1815 CE, 379-381.

“Tran Hung Dao (1228?-1300),” in Daniel Coetzee and Lee W. Eysturlid (eds.), Philosophers of War: The Evolution of History’s Greatest Military Thinkers (2 vols.), Praeger, Santa Barbara, CA., 2013, vol. 1, The Ancient World to Premodern World, 3000 BCE – 1815 CE, 186-187.

“Thai Military Culture (Ramathibodi II) (1491-1529),” in Daniel Coetzee and Lee W. Eysturlid (eds.), Philosophers of War: The Evolution of History’s Greatest Military Thinkers (2 vols.), Praeger, Santa Barbara, CA., 2013, vol. 1, The Ancient World to Premodern World, 3000 BCE – 1815 CE, 389-390.

“Chinese Naval Theorists (549 BCE-1895 CE),” in Daniel Coetzee and Lee W. Eysturlid (eds.), Philosophers of War: The Evolution of History’s Greatest Military Thinkers (2 vols.), Praeger, Santa Barbara, CA., 2013, vol. 1, The Ancient World to Premodern World, 3000 BCE – 1815 CE, 338-344.

“Oceania: the environmental history of one third of the globe” in J.R. McNeill & E.C. Stewart (eds.), A Companion to Global Environmental History, Wiley Blackwell, Oxford, 2012, 196-221.

“Pakistan’s Federally Administered Tribal Areas: Cause or Symptom of National Insecurity?” in Ed Aspinall, Tony Regan, and Robin Jeffrey (eds.), Diminishing Conflicts in the Asia Pacific Region, Routledge, London, 2012, 194-210.

“Sea Worlds: Pacific and Southeast Asian history centered on the Philippines” in Rila Mukherjee (ed.), Oceans Connect: New Directions in Maritime Studies, Primus Books, Delhi, 2012, 20-35.

“Oceania and Australasia”, in Jerry Bentley (ed.), The Oxford History Handbook of World History, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2011, 546-563.

“Variable Rights and Diminishing Control: the evolution of indigenous maritime sovereignty in Oceania,” in Devleena Ghosh, Heather Goodall and Stephanie Hemelryk Donald (eds.), Water, Sovereignty and Borders: Fresh and Salt in Asia and Oceania, Routledge, London, 2009, 20-38.

“Fluid Partnerships: marine resources and community development in New Caledonia and New Zealand”, in Frederic Angleviel and Stephen Levine (eds.), New Zealand and New Caledonia 1774-2005: human and historical links, Victoria University Press, Wellington, 2008, 238-252.

“On the Margins of History: rethinking world history from a Pacific perspective”, in Shi Cheng (ed.), Teaching World History in the World International Conference, volume 1, Academic Papers (Foreign Scholars), Capital Normal University, Beijing, October 2005, 136-159.

"The Oceanic environment" in Brij V. Lal & Kate Fortune (eds.), The Pacific Islands: An Encyclopaedia, University of Hawai'i Press, Honolulu, 2000, 3-6.

"Settlement of the northern Pacific" in Brij V. Lal (ed.), The Pacific Islands: An Encyclopaedia, University of Hawai'i Press, Honolulu, 2000, 62-63.

"Kupe" in Brij V. Lal (ed.), The Pacific Islands: An Encyclopaedia, University of Hawai'i Press, Honolulu, 2000, 80.

"No Empty Ocean: Trade and interaction across the Pacific Ocean to the middle of the eighteenth century" in Sally M. Miller & A.J.H. Latham (eds.), California and the Pacific Rim: Past, Present, and Future, Routledge, New York, 1998, 21-44.

"The People of the Sea" in Donald Denoon (ed.), The Cambridge History of the Pacific, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1997, 74-77.

"The not so 'Fatal Impact": Firearms in Malaita society 1870-1900", in Brij V. Lal (ed.), Wansalawara: Soundings in Melanesian History, P.I.P. Publications, University of Hawai'i, Honolulu, 1987, 50-87.

 

Expertise Areas

  • Asia Pacific Conflict Resolution
  • Pacific History
  • Sustainable Development
  • Environmental Studies

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