Henley, David

Henley, David. 2011. Swidden Farming as an Agent of Environmental Change: Ecological Myth and Historical Reality in Indonesia. Environment and History 17: 525–54.

Henley, David. 2006. From low to high fertility in Sulawesi (Indonesia) during the colonial period. Explaining the ‘first fertility transition’. Population Studies 60(3):309-27.

Henley, David. 2005a. Population and the means of subsistence. Explaining the historical demography of island Southeast Asia, with particular reference to Sulawesi. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 36(3):337-372.

Henley, David. 2005b. Agrarian change and diversity in the light of Brookfield, Boserup and Malthus: Historical illustrations from Sulawesi, Indonesia. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 46(2):153–172.

Henley, David. 2004a. Conflict, justice, and the stranger-king. Indigenous roots of colonial rule in Indonesia and elsewhere. Modern Asian Studies 38(1):85-144.

Henley, David. 2004b. Rizification revisited. Re-examining the rise of rice in Indonesia with special reference to Sulawesi. In: Peter Boomgaard and David Henley (eds.) Smallholders and stockbreeders. Histories of foodcrop and livestock farming in Southeast Asia. Leiden: KITLV Press, pp.107-38.

Henley, David. 2001. Malaria past and present. The case of north Sulawesi, Indonesia. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 32(3):595-607.

Henley, David. 1993. A superabundance of centres. Ternate and the contest for north Sulawesi. Cakalele 4:39-60.

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