Member Publications at the Centre for Malaysian Indigenous Studies.


Publications by Year

* Publication Year 2010

* Publication Year 2011

* Publication Year 2012

* Publication Year 2013

* Publication Year 2014

* Publication Year 2015

 

 

Publication Year 2010


ISI


1. Idrus, R, 2010, Invited commentary to "Indigeneity, Capitalism, and Countermovements" by Tania Li, Current Anthropology, Vol.51, No.3, June 2010, Pp.403-404 (ISI-Cited Publication)

 2. Idrus, R. 2010, Indigenous Rights and Citizenship in Malaysia, Political and Legal Anthropology Review, Vol.33, No.1, May 2010, pp. 89-108 (ISI-Cited Publication)

 3. Gopalasamy Rueben Clements, . Ahmad Zafir, A. W., Azlan, M., Lau, C. F., Sharma, D. S. K., Payne, J., Alfred, R., Williams, A. C., Nathan, S., Ramono, W. S., and Clements, R. G. Now or never: what will it take to save the Sumatran Rhino Dicerorhinussumatrensis) from extinction? ORYX (in press). ISI impact factor 1.693

 4. Clements, R. G., Bradshaw, C. J. A., Brook, B. W., and Laurance, W. F. The SAFE.index: using a threshold population target to measure relative species threat. FRONTIERS IN ECOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT (in press) – ISI impact factor 6.922



 Books/ Chapter(s) in Book (Title, Edition, Publisher)


1. Jehom, W.J. 2010. Compensation crisis, adat law and unresolved land issues in Sarawak, Malaysia. In Eguavoen,I. & Laube,W (eds). Negotiating local governance: Natural resources management at the interface of communities and the state. Pg.211-236.ZEF Development Studies, Vol.14. Berlin: LIT

 2. Danny Wong Tze Ken & Ho Hui Ling, Chinese Politics in Sabah and Sarawak: Ensuring a Role in Government, in Voon Phin Keong (ed.), The Chinese in Malaysia and National Building, Vol. 2, Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian Centre for Chinese Studies, 2010, pp. 445-468.(In Chinese)

3. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Women of Sabah: an Overview, in Neil Khor (ed.), Chinese Women: Their Malaysian Journey, Kuala Lumpur: Ministry of Tourism Malaysia, 2010, pp. 43- 45.

4. Bulan, R, (Contributing Editor), Public Trust Corporation Act 1995,Annotated Statutes of Malaysia, Issue 84, Malayan Law Journal Sdn Bhd., 2010.

5. Hanafi Hussin, Martin Jones, David, Weiner, Daniel & Mala Rajo Sathian. 2010. Southeast Asian Studies in Transition. JATI (Southeast Asian Studies Journal) (Special Issue): 1-4. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

6. MCM Santamaria & Hanafi Hussin, Visual signification of multiple Identities in the Southern Philippines: the case of the mural painting competition in the Kamahardikaan 2009 of Bongao, Tawi-Tawi. Journal of Maritime Geopolitics and Culture. IOES, UM, 1(1): 93- 122. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

 7. Mohammad Raduan Mohd Ariff, Thirunaukarasu Subramaniam, Mohammad Sharir Mohammad Raduan, Hanafi Hussin & Kim Hyung Jong. Bajau women as key workforce in artisanal fishing households in Kampung Mengkabong, Tuaran, Sabah. Journal of Maritime Geopolitics and Culture IOES,UM 1(1): 63-78 (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

8. Muliadi Yakop, Mohammad Raduan Mohd Ariff, Hanafi Hussin, Kim Hyung Jong & Mohammad Sharir Mohammad Raduan. 2010. Green rough-backed puffer (Lagocephalus lunaris) as a tourism product in Betong, Sarawak, Malaysia. Journal of Science & Technology in the Tropics. Akademi Sains Negara 6(2): 133-141. (SCOPUS-Cited Publication)

9. Mohammad Raduan Mohd Ariff, Hanafi Hussin, Maria Khristina S. Manueli, Hanizah Idris, Thirunaukarasu Subaramaniam, Mala Selvaraju, Lili Yulyadi, Kim Hyung Jong & Mohammad Sharir Mohammad Raduan. 2010. The Filipino fishermen and dynamite fishing activities in the marine area of Sabah, Malaysia. Journal of Science & Technology in the Tropics. Akademi Sains Negara 6 (2): 142-153. (SCOPUS-Cited Publication)

10. Yahya Awang, “Kajian Mengenai Masalah Ketiadaan Dokumen Pengenalan diri Di kalangan masyarakat orang Asli Semenanjung Malaysia”, Buku terbitan Pusat Pengajian Pribumi Malaysia, 2010.



NON-ISI INDEX JOURNAL


1. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Review of Borneo Diaries, 1938-1942, Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Vol. 83, Part 2, pp. 122-124. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

2. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Pony Racing and Community in Sabah, Sabah Society Journal, Vol. 26, 2009, pp. 19-33. [published in 2010] (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

 3. Tokoh Wanita Selangor: Sejarah dan Sumbangan. Selangor: Persatuan Sejarah Malaysia; Juli Edo, Anthony Williams-Hunt and Robert Knox Dentan. 2009.“Surrender, peacekeeping and internal colonialism: A Malaysian instance./” Bijdragen; tot de Taal-Land-en Volkenkunde, 165.2-3.

4. Yogeswaran Subramaniam (Research Associate), “ Common Law Native Title in Malaysia: Selected Issues for Forestry Stakeholders”, [2010] 1 Malayan Law Journal xv (non-refereed professional journal).




OTHER MEDIA(e.g. Newspaper and magazine articles)


1. Rusaslina Idrus-Malaysia as a role model: what not to do, 15 Jan 2010, Malaysian Insider

2. Rusaslina Idrus-This land is our land (Orang Asli land crisis), 6 May 2010, Malaysian Insider

 3. Rusaslina Idrus-Basic human rights for the Orang Asli, 10 March 2010, Malaysian Insider

4. Rusaslina Idrus- A village's fight against 'drowning' by development, 14 August 2010, Straits Times (Singapore)

5. Mohammad Raduan Mohd Ariff, Hanafi Hussin, Maria Kristina S. Manueli, Hanizah Idris, S. Thirunaukarasu, Mala Selvaraju, Lili Yulyadi & Kim Hyung Jong. The Buginese fishermen and the bagang industry in the east coast of Sabah. Monograph Series, IOES, UM 13: 93-110. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

6. Hanizah Idris, Mohammad Raduan Mohad Ariff & Hanafi Hussin. Strengthening the profile of Malaysian ports in the national and regional port system. Monograph Series, IOES, UM 13: 45-66 (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication

7. Lim Phaik Eem, Hanafi Hussin, Mohammed Rizman Idid & Nor Aieni Mokhtar. 2010. The South China Sea: Sustaining ocean productivities, maritime communities and the climate. Monograph Series, IOES,UM 11 (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication).


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Publication Year 2011


BOOK/ CHAPTER(S) IN BOOK
   (Title, Edition, Publisher)


1.    Azrina Abdullah, Or Oi Ching, Kamal Solhaimi Fadzil, Collectors and Traders: A Study of Orang Asli Involvement in Wildlife Trade in the Belum-Temengor Complex, Perak. 2011, Centre for Malaysian Indigenous Studies, University of Malaya.

2.    Bulan, R. Legal Plualism in Sarawak: an Approach to customary laws on their own terms under the Federal Constitution. In Colchester, M & Choa, S (eda). Divers Paths to Justice, Legal Pluralism and the rights of Indigenous Peoples in Southeast Asis, Forest Peoples Program, AIPP, RECOFT

3.    Koh LP, Sheil D, Lee TM, Giam X, Gibson L, Clements RG and Kettle CJ. Biodiversity  state and trends in Southeast Asia. In: Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 2nd edition.  Levin S (editor). Elsevier (in review)

4.    de Gouvenain, R and Clements RG. Ecological and evolutionary processes. In:       Encyclopedia of Natural Resources. Yeqiao YQ (editor). Taylor & Francis Group (in review)

5.    Robert Knox Dentan, Anthony (Bah Tony) Williams-Hunt, and Juli Edo. 2011. "They Do Not Like to Be Confined and Told What to Do": Schooling Malaysian Indigine. In Kathleen M. Adams and Kathleen A. Gillogly (eds). Everyday Life in Southeast Asia. Pp.283-294. Bloomington: Indiana University Press

6.    Wong, Danny, Tze-Ken. 2011. The Chinese in Sabah: A Transforming Community. Dlm. Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies. Malaysian Chinese: An Inclusive Society, hlm. 17- 39. Kuala Lumpur: Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies.

7.    Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Sino-Kadazan Hybrid in Sabah: Research on Chineseness in an East Malaysian Hybrid Community in Wong Sin Kiong (ed.), Ethnicity, History and Culture: Trans-Regional and Cross-Disciplinary Studies on Southeast Asia and East Asia, Singapore: Department of Chinese Studies, National University of Singapore and Global Publishing Ltd., 2011, pp. 347- 362.

8.    Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Basel Christian Church of Malaysia and the Hakka Identity in Sabah, in Michael Hsiao Hsin-Huang (ed.), Changing Faces of Hakka in Southeast: Singapore and Malaysia, Taipei: Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies, RCHSS, Academia Sinica, 2011, pp. 367-402.

9.    Danny Wong Tze Ken, Vietnamese Chinese and their Contributions to the Chinese Revolution (1900-1911), in Leo Suryadinata (ed.), Sun Yat Sen, Nanyang and the Xinhai Revolution: a Revisit, Singapore: Chinese Heritage Centre, Nanyang Techonological University and Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2011, pp. 33-52.

10.    Danny Wong Tze Ken. Vietnam-Champa Relations during 17th and 18th centuries in Bruce Lockhard and Tran Ky Phuong (eds.), The Cham of Vietnam. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, 2011, pp. 238- 262.

11.    Danny Wong Tze Ken, Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-12 di Sabah: Beberapa Pemerhatian, in Joseph M. Fernando, Zulkanain Abdul Rahman and Suffian Mansor (eds), Pilihan Raya Umum Malaysia Ke-12: Isu dan Pola Pengundian, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2011, pp. 249-262.




  
NON-ISI INDEX JOURNAL

1.    Tan SK and Clements RG 2011. Limicolaria flammea: another potentially invasive  African land snail in tropical Asia. TROPICAL CONSERVATION SCIENCE 4: 97-102.  (ISSN1940-0829)

2.    Jacqueline Pugh-Kitingan, Hanafi Hussin & Judeth John Baptist. 2011. Music in the Monogit Rituals of the Kadazan of Penampang, Sabah, Malaysia. Musika Journal 7: 122-154. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

3.    Ramy Bulan, 2011. Kelabit Traditions in Transition: A Brief Ethnography and Socio-legal Study. Borneo Research Journal (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

4.    Mohd Anis Md Nor & Hanafi Hussin. 2011. Gendering Dance, Gazing Music: Dance Movement, Healing Rituals and Music Making of Sama Bajau and Sama Dilaut of  East Malaysia and Southern Philippines. Journal of Maritime Geopolitics and Culture UM 2(1&2), June/December: 97- 113.

5.    Mohammad Raduan bin Mohd Ariff, Mohammad Sharir, Ismail Ali, Mazlan Majid & Hanafi   Hussin. 2011. Perkembangan Perusahaan Perikanan di Semenanjung Malaysia: Isu dan Persoalan (The Development of Fishing Industry in Peninsula Malaysia: Issues and  Questions). JATI (Jurnal of Southeast Asian Studies), UM vol 16: 267-30

6.    Idrus, R, 2011, Review of Submitting to God: Women and Islam in Urban Malaysia by Slyva Frisk, American Anthropologist, Pp 672-673 (ISI-Cited Publication)

7.    Idrus, R, 2011, Review of Leaves of the Same Tree by Leonard Andaya, Sojourn. October 2011. Pp 345-348.

8.    Idrus, R, 2011, The Discourse of Protection and the Orang Asli in Malaysia, in Kajian Malaysia, Vol. 29, No.1, Special Issue, Abdul Rahman Embong and Chin Yee Whah, Eds. Pp. 53-74 (SCOPUS-Cited Publication)




PROCEEDING(S)

 Gopalasamy Reuben Clements
        
1. Oral – “Is a MaxEnt-predicted Distribution of the Malayan Tapir (Tapirus indicus) in Peninsular Malaysia of any use?” FIFTH INTERNATIONAL TAPIR SYMPOSIUM, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 2. Oral - “Are Highway Viaducts Beneficial to the Malayan Tapir (Tapirus indicus) in the Kenyir Wildlife Corridor, Peninsular Malaysia?” FIFTH INTERNATIONAL TAPIR SYMPOSIUM, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
        


  OTHER MEDIA
(e.g. Newspaper and magazine articles)



Gopalasamy Reuben Clements
 1. Animal crossings. STAR 2. 11 Oct 2011.

2. It’s a jungle out there. NEW STRAITS TIMES. 5 Jun 2011

3. Passion for conservation. THE SUN DAILY. 10 Oct 2011


Rusaslina Idrus

1. “Sarawak polls 2011: Implications for coalition politics in Malaysia,” with Johan Saravanamuttu. 4 May 2011, ISEAS Viewpoint.

2. Interview on Indigenous land rights court case in Sarawak. Channel News Asia. 28 April 2011.



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Publication Year 2012


                                 
 ISI

1.  Lim T-LN, Giam X and Clements GR. Occurrence of the Sunda colugo (Galeopterus variegatus) in the tropical rainforests of Singapore: a Bayesian approach. MAMMALIAN BIOLOGY(revised)

2.  Clements GR, Rayan DM, Aziz SA, Kawanishi K, Traeholt C, Magintan D, Yazi MFA, and Tingley R. Predicting the distribution of the Asian Tapir (Tapirus indicus) in Peninsular Malaysia using maximum entropy modelling. INTEGRATIVE ZOOLOGY (in press)

3.  Kawanishi K, Clements GR, Gumal M, Goldthrope G, Yasak MN and Sharma DSK. Using BAD for good: how best available data facilitated a precautionary policy change to better protect tiger prey in Peninsular Malaysia. ORYX (in press)

4.  Rayan DM, Shariff M, Doward L, Aziz S, Clements GR, Wong C, Traeholt C and Magintan D. Estimating the population density of the Asian tapir Tapirus indicus from a selectively logged forest in Peninsular Malaysia. INTEGRATIVE ZOOLOGY (in press)

5.  Clements GR and Tan SK. 2012. A new genus and species of camaenid snail (Mollusca: Pulmonata) from Terengganu, Peninsular Malaysia. RAFFLES BULLETIN OF ZOOLOGY Supplement no. 25: 259-263. PDF

6.  Timothy A. Jinam, Lih-Chun Hong, Maude E. Phipps, Mark Stoneking5, Mahmood Ameen, Juli Edo, The Pan-Asian SNP Consortium, Naruya Saitou. (2012). Evolutionary history of continental South East Asians: "early train" hypothesis based on genetic analysis of mitochondrial and autosomal DNA data. Molecular Biology Evolution. 29(11): 3513-3527. (ISI-Cited Publication)





BOOK/ CHAPTER(S) IN BOOK
 (Title, Edition, Publisher)

1.    Siti Nor Awang, Kamal Solhaimi Fadzil, Juli Edo Rosilawati Zainol& Firuza Begham Mustafa.50 Tahun Berlalu Ke mana Jahai dan Temiar di Hutan Hujan Belum Temenggor.Perancangan dan Pembangunan Komuniti, UUM, 2012.

2.    Bulan, R. (2012)Ripples of Mabo: Aboriginal and Native Customary land Rights in Malaysia. Bauman, T. and Glick.L. The Limits of Change: mabo and Native Title 20 years On, p 41-44. AITSIS.

3.    Hanafi Hussin. (In press). Balancing the spiritual and physical worlds: Memory, responsibility and survival in the rituals of Sama Dilaut (Bajau Laut) in Sitangkai, Tawi-Tawi, Southern Philippines and Semporna, Sabah, Malaysia. In B. Abels, Hanafi Hussin & MCM Santamaria (Eds.), Oceans of Sound: Sama Dilaut Performing Arts (pp. 17-30).



NON-ISI INDEX JOURNAL


1.    Tay, P. S., Hanafi Hussin, Khaw, L. T., Mohd Anis Md. Nor, & Bulan, R. (2010). Protecting the traditional cultural expressions of indigenous peoples: A case study of the Kadazandusun Penampang community of Sabah, Malaysia. Borneo Research Journal, 4, 147-168. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

2.    Hanafi Hussin, & Santamaria, MCM. (2012). Celebrating with the Lord of the sea (Tuan laut): The Pagkanduli of the Sama Dilaut of Sitangkai, Tawi-Tawi, Philippines. Sama celebrations: Ritual, music and dance of Sama Dilaut and Sama Bajau in Southern Philippines and North Borneo [Monograph], 12, 9-22. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

3.    Mohd Anis Md Nor & Hanafi Hussin. (2012). Celebrations with the ancestors: Magduwata ritual of Sama Bajau in Bumbum Island, Semporna, Sabah. Institute of Ocean and Earth Sciences Universiti Malaya, Monograph Series 12, 23-36. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

4.    Pugh-Kitingan, J., Hanafi Hussin, & Baptist, J. J. (2012). Dance as Ritual, Dance as Celebration - Tradition and Change among the Bajau of Semporana, Sabah. Institute of Ocean and Earth Sciences University of Malaya, Monograph Series 12, 95-104. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

5.    Mohammad Raduan Mohd Ariff & Hanafi Hussin, 2012. Jati (Journal of Southeast Asian Studies). Kuala Lumpur: Department of Southeast Asian Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication

6.    Mohammad Raduan Mohd Ariff & Hanafi Hussin. 2012. Borneo Research Journal. Kuala Lumpur: Department of Southeast Asian Studies (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

7.    Hanafi Hussin. 2012. Journal of Maritime Geopolitics and Culture. Kuala Lumpur: Institute of Ocean and Earth Sciences, University of Malaya. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

8.    Hanafi Hussin & MCM Santamaria. (2012). Igal kata-kata (narrative Igal): Examining approaches to the interpretation of folk tales in Sama traditional dance choreography. Sama celebrations: Ritual, music and dance of Sama Dilaut and Sama Bajau in Southern Philippines and North Borneo [Monograph], 12, 105-116. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

9.    Hanafi Hussin. 2012. Lariangi: Dancing Maiden, Palace and Royals of the Butonese Kingdom in Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia. JATI (Journal of Southeast Asian Studies), UM Volume 18, 2012: 229-237. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

10.    Dumanig, F.P., David, M.K., Jubilado, R. & Hanafi bin Hussin. 2012. Attribution Resulting in Miscommunication between Malaysian Employers and Filipino Domestic Helpers. SEARCH: The Journal of the South East Asia Research Centre for Communication and Humanities 4 (2): 1-20. (SCOPUS-Cited Publication)

11.    Nurjaanah Abdullah @ Chew Li Hua, Reformulating Insurers' Duty: A Proposal for Malaysia, Malayan Law Journal Article Supplement (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

12.    Nurjaanah@ Chew Li Hua, 2012, Utmost Good Faith: Back to Common Law?, Journal of Malaysian and Comparative Law (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

13.    Nurjaanah Abdullah, 2012. The role of Financial Mediation Bureau in resolving disputes on insurance claims in Malaysia (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)
         
              


OTHER MEDIA
(e.g. Newspaper and magazine articles)


1.    Thang, HC, Bulan,R, Nesadurai, Nithiyanatahan, Mapping of Forest and Forest-related Stakeholder Consultations in Malaysia, EU-FLEGT Facility (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

2.    Yogeswaran Subramaniam, Orang Asli Land Rights by UNDRIP Standards in Peninsular Malaysia: An Evaluation and Possible Reform (PhD thesis, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 2012)





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Publication Year 2013


  BOOK/ CHAPTER(S) IN BOOK
   (Title, Edition, Publisher)


1.    Koh, L.P., Kettle, C.J., Sheil, D., Lee, T.M., Giam, X., Gibson, L. and Clements, G.R. 2013. Biodiversity state and trends in Southeast Asia. In: Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 2nd edition.  Levin S (editor). Elsevier (in press)

2.    de Gouvenain, R. and Clements, G.R. Ecological and evolutionary processes. 2013. In: Encyclopedia of Natural Resources. Yeqiao YQ (editor). Taylor & Francis Group (in press)

3.    Kamal Solhaimi Fadzil, Ivan Tacey, Juli Edo, Rosilawati Zainol, Siti Nor Awang and Wan Suzy Wan Ibrahim. 2013. Sociological Studies and Dependence of the Orang Asli Population on Sungai Enam Basin. In (anonymous), Proceeding on the 2nd Temengor Scientific Expedition. Petaling Jaya: Pulau Banding Foundation. Pp. 73-94.

4.    Kamal Solhaimi Fadzil, Ivan Tracey, Juli edo, Rosilawati Zainol, Siti Nor Awang, and Wan Suzy Wan Ibrahim. 2013. Sociological Studies and Dependence of The Orang Asli Population on Sg Enam Basin.In Abdul Latiff Mohammed (et al.).Proceeding of The 2nd Temengor Scientific Expedition 2012.Petaling Jaya:Pulau Banding Foundation.


5.    Wan Suzita Wan Ibrahim, Kamal Solhaimi Fadzil, Siti Nor Awang, Rosilawati Zainol & Juli Edo. 2013. Isu dan cabaran dalam merealisasikan Belum-Temenggor sebagai produk ekopelancongan. Dlm. Zullyadini A. Rahaman, Norizan Md Nor, Suriati Ghazali, Asyirah Abdul Rahim & Wan Ruslan Ismail (pnyt). Geografi untuk kelestarian masyarakat, ruang dan alam sekitar, hlm 165 - 186. Tanjong Malim: Penerbit Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris

6.    Idrus, R. 2013. Hang Tuah Revisited, in Figures of Southeast Asian Modernity, Barker et al. Eds. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

7.    Idrus, R. 2013. Left Behind: Orang Asli under the New Economic Policy in The New Economic Policy in Malaysia: Affirmative Action, Ethnic Inequality and Social Justice. Eds.Terence Gomez and Johan Saravanamuttu, SIRD, NUS Press and ISEAS Publication.

9.   Idrus R.  Lily Eberwein: Her life and involvement in Anti-cession Movement in Sarawak . In Susan Blackburn & Helen Ting (eds), Women in Southeast Asian Nationalist Movements. Singapore: NUS Press.
          


 ISI INDEX JOURNAL

1.    Wijedasa, L., Aziz, S.A., Campos-Arceiz, A. and Clements, G.R. 2013. Social media for conservation messaging: one size does not fit all. THE SCIENTIST (in press) (ISSN 0890-3670)  ISI impact factor: 0.510

2.    Linkie, M., Guillera-Arroita, G., Smith, J., Ario, A., Bertagnolio, G., Cheong, F., Clements, G.R., Dinata, Y., Duangchantrasiri, S., Fredriksson, G., Gumal, M.T., Horng, L.K., Kawanishi, K., Khakim, F.R., Kiswayadi, D., Lubis, A.H., Lynam, A.J., Maryati, M., Maung, M., Ngoprasert, D., Novarino, W., O’Brien, T.G.O., Parakkasi, K., Peters, H., Priatna, D., Rayan, D.M., Seuaturien, N., Shwe, N.M., Steinmetz, R., Sugesti, A.M., Sunarto, S., Sunquist, M.E., Umponjan, M., Wibisono, H.T., Wong, C.C.T. and Zulfahmi 2013. Conserving cryptic and poorly studied wildlife: Using the tapir as a case study for a range-wide assessment. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION (in press) (ISSN 0006-3207)  ISI impact factor: 4.115

3.    Kawanishi, K., Clements, G.R., Gumal, M., Goldthrope, G., Yasak, M.N. and Sharma, D.S.K. 2013. Using BAD for good: how best available data facilitated a precautionary policy change to better protect tiger prey in Peninsular Malaysia. ORYX (in press) (ISSN 0030-6053)  ISI impact factor:1.826

4.    Aziz, S.A., Clements, G.R., Rayan, D.M. and Sankar, P. 2013.  Why wildlife conservationists should be concerned about natural resource legislation affecting indigenous peoples’ rights: lessons from Peninsular Malaysia. BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION (in press) (ISSN 1572-9710)  ISI impact factor: 2.238

5.    Marzuki, M.E. and Clements, G.R. 2013. A new species and record of cyclophorid snail (Mollusca: Prosobranchia) from Terengganu, Peninsular Malaysia. RAFFLES BULLETIN OF ZOOLOGY (in press) (ISSN 0217-2445) ISI impact factor: 1.467

6.    Lim, T.-L.N., Giam, X., Byrnes, G. and Clements, G.R. 2013. Occurrence of the Sunda colugo (Galeopterus variegatus) in the tropical forests of Singapore: A Bayesian approach. MAMMALIAN BIOLOGY (in press) (ISSN 1616-5047) ISI impact factor: 1.609

7.    Jehom, W.J. 2013 Reconstruction of post-resettlement gender relations: The Kenyah-Badeng of Sungai Asap, Sarawak, Malaysia. Asian Journal of Women's Studies (AJWS). Vol. 19 (2):122-147 (ISI-Cited Publication)


NON-ISI INDEX JOURNAL

1.   Juli Edo, Siti Nor Awang, Kamal Solhaimi Fadzil, Rosilawati Zainol & Wan Suzita Wan Ibrahim. 2013. Pendidikan dan hak asasi kanak-kanak: Satu tinjauan cabaran dan hala tuju pendidikan awal kanak-kanak Orang Asli di Kompleks Belum-Temenggor. Manusia dan Masyarakat. 23. ms 1-18. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

2.   Yogeswaran Subramaniam, 'Affirmative Action and the Legal Recognition of Customary Land Rights in Peninsular Malaysia: The Orang Asli Experience' (2013) 17(1) Australian Indigenous Law Review 103 - 122.

3.   Yogeswaran Subramaniam, 'The ASEAN Human Rights Declaration and Indigenous Rights' 8(4) Indigenous Law Bulletin 3-6;

4.  Yogeswaran Subramaniam, Orang Asli Land Rights by UNDRIP Standards in Peninsular Malaysia: An Evaluation and Possible Reform (PhD thesis, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 2012)

5.  Yogeswaran Subramaniam.  “Public-Private Partnership Initiative in Nigeria and Its Dispute Resolution Mechanism: An Appraisal”.  A joint publication with 3 other scholars. Journal Comparative and Malaysian Law, Vol. 40,  (2013) Journal Malaysian and Comparative Law.

6.  Gan Ching Chuan.  ‘Public-Private Partnerships in Infrastructure Development in Africa: The Magic Wand for Socio-Economic Growth and Development’.  Inderscience Publihsers. Online Academic Journal. Published in Dec 2013. Joint article with Mubarak Tijani Adekilekun.

7. Hanafi Hussin. 2013. “Rice and Performance for the Sustenance of Traditional Heritage in Southeast Asian Communities, Selected Cares in Sabah, Borneo. in Asian Food Heritage: Harmonizing, culture, industry and technology ed. By Winai Dahlan. Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University.




PROCEEDING(S)

1.    Ramy Bulan. 2013. Overview of the Nature and Content of Aboriginal and Native Customary Land Rights. Jacqueline Pugh-Kitingan,(ed). Proceedings of Symposium on Sabah Native Land Rights: Issues, Challenges and The Way Forward,kadazandusun chair, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, pp 13-48. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

2.    Hanafi Hussin & MCM Santamaria. 2013. Igal Campur: Interrogating Hybridity in Sama Traditional Dance. PROCEEDINGS 2nd SYMPOSIUM PHILIPPINES: ICTM STUDY GROUP ON PERFORMING ARTS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA, hlm. 140-145. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

OTHER MEDIA
(e.g. Newspaper and magazine articles)

1.    In the kingdom of the black panther. MONGABAY.COM. 15 Jan 2013.
2.    Time to listen to the people, 15 April 2013, Elections roundtable, Info Pilihanraya Malaysia.
3.    The great dog debate revisited, 4 August 2013. The Malaysian Insider.
4.    Keep calm and vote, 4 May 2013. Elections roundtable, Info Pilihanraya Malaysia.


                                 



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Publication Year 2014


BOOK/ CHAPTER(S) IN BOOK
   (Title, Edition, Publisher)

1.  Bulan, R. 2014.Dispute Resolution :Restorative Justice Under Native Customary Justice in Malaysia. in Littlechild,W & Stamatopoulou (eds. Indigenous Peoples' Access to Justice, Including Truth and Reconcilation Processes,.Institute for the Study of Human Rights, Columbia University. pp 319-343

2.  Faridah Noor Mohd Noor.  2014.  “The Malaysian Indigenous Publications Database” in B. Ramesha, S. Ally Sornam and John Neelankavil CMI (Eds.) Library Space and Content Management for a Networked Society: International Conference Proceedings Selected Papers,  Dharmaram Publications; Bengaluru DVK Central Library, Bengaluru, India, pp.255-262.  (ISBN: 978-81-89958-93-0) (View Content page at http://www.liscom.org/Content%20Page.pdf)(Presented at the International Conference on Library Space and Content Management for Networked Society - IC.LISCOM-2014 at the Christ University, Bangalore, India).

3.    Idrus, R. 2014. “Transforming the Orang Asli Development Policy”. Malaysia’s Socio-Economic Transformation: Ideas for the Next Decade. Lee Poh Onn and Sanchita Basu Das, Eds.



ISI PAPER

1 Laurance WF, Clements GR, Sloan SP, O’Connell CO, Mueller NP, Goosem M, Venter O, Edwards DP, Phelan B, Balmford A, Van Der Ree R, Arrea IB (2014). A global strategy for road building. NATURE 513: 229-232. Impact factor:  42.35

2.    Jain A, Chong KY, Chua MAH & Clements GR (2014). Moving away from paper corridors in Southeast Asia. CONSERVATION BIOLOGY 28: 889-891.  Impact factor:  4,32

NON-ISI PAPER

1.    Ramy Bulan 2014 Inalienability  Customary Lands in a New Economic  Era: A Commentary  Bisi Jinggut v Superintendent  of Lands& Surveys paper Accepted for publication in NGINGIT, Academico Journal of the  Dayak Cultural Foundation, Nov issue of 2014.



PROCEEDING(S)


1.    Hanafi Hussin. 2014. “Rice For Balancing Of Spiritual And Physical World:  Experiencing The Rituals Of Bajau Communities In Borneo (Sabah), Malaysia“  in Health and Civilization: The Proceedings of 2013 Shaoxing Asian Food Study Conferences. Edited by Zhao Rongguang, Shao Tiantian as editor-in-chief. Wang Si.  Shaoxing, China:  Zhejiang Ancient Books Publishing House.  ISBN: 978-7-5540-0271-1. (532-545).

2.    Mohd Anis Md Nor, & Hanafi Hussin. (2014). Lariangi: Dancing maiden, palace and royals of the Butonese kingdom in Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia. In E. I. Dunin, & C. E. Foley (Eds.), Dance Place, Festival: 27th Symposium of the International Council for Traditional Music (ICTM) Study Group on Ethnochoreology 2012 (pp. 124-132). Limerick: The University of Limerick. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication).

3.     Hanafi Hussin & MCM Santamaria. 2013. “Igal Campur: Interrogating Hybridity in Sama Traditional Dance” in Proceedings of the 2nd Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Performing Arts of Southeast Asia (ed. By Mohd Anis Md Nor). Manila: Philippine Women’s University.

4.  Idrus R.  ”Protesting to belong: Orang Asli-civil movement alliances and citizenship  rights.” Paper presented at the AAS-in Asia conference, National University of Singapore, 17-`19 July 2014.

5.    Idrus R. Opportunity and vulnerability: Orang Asli women workers and their experiences in the workplaces.” Paper presented at the Emotions of  Migration Workshop 98-9 August 2014), jointly organized by University of  Malaya and York University.

6.    Faridah Noor Mohd Noor. 2014.  “Indigenous Database and Digital Mapping Project” Presented at the International Symposium of Grids and Cloud (ISGC 2014), 23-28 March 2014, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.  (View Humanities & Social Sciences Applications track  at http://indico3.twgrid.org/indico/sessionDisplay.py?sessionId=17&confId=513

7.    Faridah Noor Mohd Noor.  2014.  “The Malaysian Indigenous Publications Database”. Presented at the International Conference on Library Space and Content Management for Networked Society - IC.LISCOM-2014, 18-20 October 2014, Christ University, Bangalore, India.

8.    Idrus R.  Protesting to belong: Orang Asli-civil movement alliances and citizenship rights.” Paper presented at the AAS-in Asia conference, National University of Singapore, 17-19 July 2014.

10.    Idrus R.  Orang Asli women workers and their experiences in the workplace.”Paper presented at the National Seminar on Indigenous Peoples, University of Malaya, 5 November 2014. “Opportunity and vulnerability: Orang Asli women workers and their experiences in the workplace.” Paper presented at the Emotions of Migration Workshop (8-9 August 2014), jointly organized by University of Malaya and York University
National

11.    Ramy Bulan, 2014. The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples to lands, territories and resources, at Seminar on Timber Legality and High Conservation Value Forest Workshop, organized by CMIS and  WWF, Malaysia, 8-9May 2014, Miri, Sarawak

12.     Ramy bulan, 2014. Indigenous Legal Tradition: The Contextualisation of  Customs, and Customary Laws Land NCR in Sarawak, paper delivered at  the Dayak Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting, 28 March 2014, Kuching, Sarawak.

13.    Ramy Bulan, 2014. “Contemporary Relevannce of Indigenous Legal Traditions in a Modern Economic  Era”, paper delivered at The National Seminar on indigenous Cultural Heritage: “Preserving the Past to Sustain the Future,” organized by Centre for Civilisational Dialogue,  CMIS and Faculty of Law, UM, at the Faculty of Law, 05 November 2014.

14.    Idrus R. .”Orang Asli women workers and their experiences in the workplace.” Paper presented at the National Seminar Indigenous Peoples, University of Malaya, 05 November 2014.

15.    Idrus R. “Negotiating opportunity and vulnerability: Orang Asli women workers and their experiences in the workplace.” Paper to be presented at the Emotions of Migration Workshop (8-9 August 2014), jointly organized by University of Malaya and York University







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Publication Year 2015


BOOK/ CHAPTER(S) IN BOOK
   (Title, Edition, Publisher)

1.  Yogeswaran Subramaniam.  'Peninsular Malaysia's customary lands: How does legal paternalism facilitate land grabs?' in Connie Carter and Andrew Harding (eds), Land Grabs in Asia: What Role for the Law (Routledge, 2015), 118-36.

2. Yogeswaran Subramaniam ‘Orang Asli, Land Rights and the Court Process: A “Native Title” Lawyer’s Perspective’ in Kirk Endicott (ed), Malaysia’s Original People: Past, Present and Future of the Orang Asli (NUS Press, 2015), 423-445

ISI PAPER

1.


NON-ISI PAPER

1.   Bulan, R., 2015. Proof of Native Customary title Through Evidence of Occupation on the Cultural Landscape, Accepted for publication in Journal of Malaysian and comparative Law


PROCEEDING(S)

1.    Faridah Noor Mohd Noor. 2015. “The Digital Indigenous Database Project: A Referral for Future Research”, Presented at the Int. Conference on ‘Access to Justice for Indigenous Peoples: Realisation of an Inclusive & Integrated Human Rights Approach”. 9-11 April 2015, Faculty of Law, UM.

Peer-reviewed journal

Yogeswaran Subramaniam, "Ethnicity, Indigeneity and Indigenous Rights: The ‘Orang Asli' Experience" (2015) 15(1) Queensland University of Technology Law Review 71-91  

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