Leidse hoogleraren vanaf 1575

D.E.F. Henley (David)

Geboren
1963
Geslacht
Man

Promotie (1992)

Type examen
Promotie
Datum
1992
Plaats
Australian National University
Proefschrift
Nationalism and regionalism in a colonial context : Minahasa in the Dutch East Indies

Gewoon Hoogleraar (2011)

Benoeming
Gewoon Hoogleraar
Faculteit
Geesteswetenschappen
Vakgebied
Aziatische Talen en Culturen
Leeropdracht
Contemporary Indonesia studies
Datum benoeming
2011-08-01
Datum oratie
2011-10-07

Publicaties

Wetenschappelijk
  • Henley D.E.F. (2013), The origins of Southeast Asian nations: a question of timing. In: Breuilly J. (Red.) The Oxford handbook of the history of nationalism. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 263-286.
  • Henley D.E.F & Donge J.K. van (2013), Diverging paths: explanations and implications. In: Berendsen B., Dietz T., Schulte Northolt H., Veen R. van der (Red.) Asian tigers, African lions: comparing the development performance of Southeast Asia and Africa. Leiden: Brill. 27-50.
Vakpublicaties
  • Henley D.E.F., van Donge J.K. & Lewis P. (2012), Tracking development in Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa: the primacy of policy, Development Policy Review 30(1): 5-24.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2012), Flawed vision: Nigerian development policy in the Indonesian mirror, 1965-1990, Development Policy Review 30(1): 49-71.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2012), Agrarian roots of industrial growth: rural development in Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa, Development Policy Review 30(1): 25-47.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2011), Hygiene, housing and health in colonial Sulawesi. In: van Dijk K., Taylor J.G. (Red.) Cleanliness and culture; Indonesian histories. Leiden: KITLV Press. 95-116.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2011), Forced labour and rising fertility in colonial Indonesia, Asian Population Studies 7(1): 3-13.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2011), Swidden farming as an agent of environmental change: ecological myth and historical reality in Indonesia, Environment and History 17(4): 525-554.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2010), Microfinance in Indonesia: evolution and revolution, 1900-2000. In: Goenka A., Henley D.E.F. (Red.) Southeast Asia's credit revolution; From moneylenders to microfinance. London: Routledge. 173-189.
  • Henley D.E.F. & Goenka A. (2010), Introduction: from moneylenders to microfinance in Southeast Asia. In: Goenka A., Henley D.E.F. (Red.) Southeast Asia's credit revolution; From moneylenders to microfinance. London: Routledge. 1-17.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2009), Credit and debt in Indonesian history: an introduction. In: Henley D., Boomgaard P. (Red.) Credit and debt in Indonesia, 860-1930; From peonage to pawnshop, from kongsi to cooperative. Singapore: ISEAS. 1-40.
  • Henley D.E.F. & Bryceson D. (2009), From agrarian moral economy to plural civil society in Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. In: Sugimura K. (Red.) Comparative perspectives on moral economy: Africa and Southeast Asia. Fuki: Fukui Prefectural University.
  • Henley D.E.F. & Caldwell I. (2008), Kings and covenants: stranger-kings and social contract in Sulawesi, Indonesia and the Malay World 36(105): 269-291.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2008), Natural resource management: historical lessons from Indonesia, Human Ecology 36(2): 273-290.
  • Henley D.E.F. & Caldwell I. (2008), Introduction; The stranger who would be king: magic, logic, polemic, Indonesia and the Malay World 36(105): 163-175.
  • Henley D.E.F. & Davidson J.S. (2008), In the name of adat: regional perspectives on reform, tradition, and democracy in Indonesia, Modern Asian Studies 42(4): 815-852.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2007), Custom and koperasi; The cooperative ideal in Indonesia. In: Davidson J.S., Henley D. (Red.) The revival of tradition in Indonesian politics; The deployment of adat from colonialism to indigenism. London: Routledge. 87-112.
  • Henley D.E.F., Schouten M.J.C. & Ulaen A.J. (2007), Preserving the peace in post-New Order Minahasa. In: van Klinken G., Nordholt H.S. (Red.) Renegotiating Boundaries; Local politics in post-Soeharto Indonesia. Leiden: KITLV Press. 307-326.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2007), "The folly our descendants are least likely to forgive us": the end of nature in Southeast Asia?, Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 163: 440-453.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2007), Natural resource management and mismanagement: observations from Southeast Asian agricultural history. In: Bankoff G., Boomgaard P. (Red.) A history of natural resources in Asia; The wealth of nature. Houndmills, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan. 19-37.
  • Henley D.E.F. & Bryceson D. (2007), Uiteenlopende wegen naar welvaart en naar armoede; Zuidoost-Azië en Sub-Sahara Afrika in vergelijkend perspectief, Internationale Spectator 61(7/8): 377-380.
  • Henley D.E.F. & Davidson J.S. (2007), Introduction; Radical conservatism - the protean politics of adat. In: Davidson J.S., Henley D. (Red.) The revival of tradition in Indonesian politics; The deployment of adat from colonialism to indigenism. London: Routledge. 1-49.
  • Henley D.E.F., Schouten M.J.C. & Ulaen A.J. (2007), Memelihara perdamaian di Minahasa pasca-Orde Baru. In: Nordholt H.S., van Klinken G. (Red.) Politik lokal di Indonesia. Jakarta: Yayasan Obor Indonesia / KITLV-Jakarta. 406-431.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2007), The fate of federalism: North Sulawesi from Persatuan Minahasa to Permesta, Moussons; Social Science Research on Southeast Asia 11: 89-105.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2006), From low to high fertility in Sulawesi (Indonesia) during the colonial period; Explaining the "first fertility transition", Population Studies 60(3): 309-327.
  • Henley D.E.F., Asnan G., Pasande D., Raben R. & Velthoen E. (2006), Nation, region and the ambiguities of modernity in Indonesia in the 1950s. In: Nordholt H.S., Hoogenboom I. (Red.) Indonesian transitions. Yogyakarta: Pustaka Pelajar. 115-162.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2005), Fertility, food and fever; Population, economy and environment in North and Central Sulawesi, 1600-1930. Leiden: KITLV Press.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2002), Jealousy and justice; The indigenous roots of colonial rule in northern Sulawesi. Amsterdam: Free University Press.
Overig
  • Henley D.E.F. (2013), Sources of developmental ambition in Southeast Asia: political interests and collective assumptions nr. 02. London: Overseas Development Institute. [3359.0]
  • Henley D.E.F. (2013), Thomas B. Pepinsky, Economic crises and the breakdown of authoritarian regimes: Indonesia and Malaysia in comparative perspective [Bespreking van: Pepinsky T.B. (2009) Economic crises and the breakdown of authoritarian regimes: Indonesia and Malaysia in comparative perspective] Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 1269(2/3): 389-390.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2010), [Bespreking van: Garry Rodan, Kevin Hewison and Richard Robison (eds), The political economy of South-East Asia; Markets, power and contestation [third edition]. (Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 2006)] Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 166: 362-363.
  • Henley D.E.F. & Goenka A. (Red.) (2010), Southeast Asia's credit revolution; From moneylenders to microfinance. London: Routledge.
  • Henley D.E.F., Davidson J.S. & Moniaga S. (Red.) (2010), Adat dalam politik Indonesia. Jakarta: Yayasan Pustaka Obor Indonesia / KITLV-Jakarta.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2009), [Bespreking van: John H. McGlynn, Oscar Motuloh, Suzanne Charlé, Jeffrey Hadler, Bambang Bujono, Margaret Glade Agusta, and Gedsiri Suhartono, Indonesia in the Soeharto years; Issues, incidents and images (Jakarta: The Lontar Foundation in association with Ridge Books and KITLV Press, 2007)] Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 165: 153-155.
  • Henley D.E.F. & Boomgaard P. (Red.) (2009), Credit and debt in Indonesia, 860-1930; From peonage to pawnshop, from kongsi to cooperative. Singapore: ISEAS.
  • Henley D.E.F. & Caldwell I. (Red.) (2008), 'Stranger-Kings in Indonesia and Beyond', theme issue of Indonesia and the Malay World (36/105). London: Routledge.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2007), [Bespreking van: Richard Stubbs, Rethinking Asia's economic miracle; The political economy of war, prosperity and crisis (Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005)] Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 163: 578-581.
  • Henley D.E.F. & Davidson J.S. (Red.) (2007), The revival of tradition in Indonesian politics; The deployment of adat from colonialism to indigenism. London: Routledge.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2006), [Bespreking van: Hanneman Samuel and Henk Schulte Nordholt (eds), Indonesia in transition; Rethinking 'civil society', 'region', and 'crisis' (Yogyakarta: Pustaka Pelajar, 2004)] Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 162: 149-151.
  • Henley D.E.F. (2006), [Bespreking van: Maribeth Erb, Priyambudi Sulistiyanto and Carole Faucher (eds), Regionalism in post-Suharto Indonesia (London: RoutledgeCurzon, 2005)] Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies 42: 410-411.

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