Ethnographic is in the process of building and making available on its website a specialized annotated reference library of key publications pertaining to traditional fishing socieities, maritime culture, sustainable development, fisheries, coastal-marine management and conservation issues. EI is especially interested in helping make unpublished reports, difficult to access research, doctoral theses, and non-English language studies more widely available through our website.
In the interim, a small selection of EI publications listed here are available by contacting:
The Ethnographic Institute P.O. Box 7896 Berkeley, CA 94707 Ph: 1-510-543-3168 Email: EI@ethnographic.org
2008. Nas Redes da Pesca Artesanal. Ch. 11. Marginalidade Social e Apropriacao Territorial Maritima na Bahia (Social Marginality and Sea Tenure in Bahia). A. Lobo (ed.). UNDP / IBAMA. Brasilia
2007. A Sea of Dreams: Valuing Culture in Marine Conservation. Ethnographic Institute.
2006. Scaling Up Marine Management:The Role of Marine Protected Areas. The World Bank (ESSD) Report No. 36635-CLB (Cordell co-editor).
2006. Brazil: Dynamics and Challenges of Marine Protected Area Development and Coastal Protection.In: Scaling Up Marine Management:The Role of Marine Protected Areas. (chapter 6).
2005. A. Diegues. “Multi-use MPAs in Coastal Conservation in Developing Countries:The Role of Social Sciences.”Keynote address:MARE Conference. Amsterdam.
2005.“Missing Links: Challenges of Synchronizing and Connecting Social and Spatial Scales in MPA Networks.”Invited speaker: Coastal Zone 05 International Workshop: Establishing Networks of Marine Protected Areas: Making it happen New Orleans, Louisiana July 15 – 17.
2005. “Turf in Surf: Brazilian Experiences Transplanting Extractive Reserves to the Sea.” Society for Applied Anthropology Meetings. Session: Strengthening Stakeholder Participation in Fisheries Management. Santa Fe.
2002. Brazil’s Coastal Marine Extractive Reserves Initiative:Protected Area Management Capacity-Building, Social Policy, and Technical Assistance Needs Assessment. Consultancy Report.The Ford Foundation (Rio Office) and IBAMA/CNPT (Centro Nacional de Desenvolvimento Sustentado das Populacoes Tradicionais). Brasilia. July.
2002. “Remapping the Waters:The Significance of Sea Tenure-Based Protected Areas.”In:Marine Resources, Property Rights, Economics and Environment. (M. Falque, M. de Alessi and H. Lamotte, eds.) Vol. 14, International Review of Comparative Public Policy.pp. 265-493. Centre d’Analyse Economique de l’Universite d’ Aix-Marseille.Elsevier Science Amsterdam.
2001. (with Ian McNiven) . An Islander World:Managing the Archaeological Heritage of Torres Strait .Memoirs of the QueenslandMuseum Cultural Heritage Series.Special Issue:Torres Strait Archaeology and Material Culture.QueenslandMuseum.Brisbane, Queensland.
2001. Connecting Societies, Landscapes, and the Sea. Global Marine Conservation Needs Assessment and Scoping Study. The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, San Francisco (Sept. 2001).
1999. Torres Strait Community Area Socio-Cultural interests and Heritage Study.PNG Gas Project Social Impact Assessment Consultancy Report. Island Coordinating Council & Torres Strait Regional Authority.
1998.“Between a Reef and a Hard Place:The Question of a 'Fatal Flaw' Offshore in the Papua New Guinea Gas Project.”Seminar Series on Common Property Resource Management and the World Bank.CPRNet. (Sept).
1998.Managing Culture Sites and Marine Protected Areas in Melanesia.Presentation for International Symposium on Natural Sacred Sites, Cultural and Biological Diversity.UNESCO. Paris. (Sept).
1997.Torres Strait Culture Site Documentation and Cultural Studies Project.Final Consultancy Report.136pp.Queensland Environment Department (Coastal Branch). Brisbane.
1996.Culture and Conservation Planning in Torres Strait.Consultancy Report on Intellectual Property Rights and Conservation Uses of Indigenous Cultural Information.Queensland Environment Department. 84 pp. Brisbane.
1995.Indigenous Management of Land and Seaon Cape York Peninsula.Cape York PeninsulaLand Use Strategy (CYPLUS) J. Cordell, ed. Office of Coordinator General. Brisbane. 430 pp.
1994.“Indigenous Domains in Regional Marine Strategies.”Presentation to Environment Department, World Bank.(June).
1993.Indigenous Peoples' Coastal‑Marine Domains: Some Matters of Cultural Documentation. In: Turning the Tide (Conference on Indigenous Peoples and Sea Rights). pp 159-174. Law Faculty and Centre for Aboriginal and Islander Studies. Northern TerritoryUniversity. Darwin.
1993.Boundaries and Bloodlines: Tenure of Indigenous Homelands and Protected Areas. In: Part II. Law of the Mother: Protecting Indigenous Peoples in Protected Areas. E. Kemf (ed.), pp.61‑68. WWF International & Sierra Club Books. San Francisco.
1993.Who Owns the Land?: Indigenous Involvement in Australian Protected Areas. In: Part II. Law of the Mother: Protecting Indigenous People and Protected Areas. E. Kemf (ed.), pp.104‑113. WWF International & Sierra Club Books. San Francisco
1992.Sea Tenure in Bahia, Brazil (with Margaret A. McKean).In: Making the Commons Work, Theory, Practice, and Policy.Daniel Bromley (ed.). pp. 183-207.Institute for Contemporary Studies Press: San Francisco.
1991. Caring for the Ancestral Domain: Western Oceania. (J. Cordell, Guest Editor). Cultural Survival Quarterly. Vol. 15 (2). “Negotiating Sea Rights.” pp. 5‑10.
1991.Managing Sea Country: Tenure and Sustainability of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Marine Resources.Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD) Fisheries Working Group, Report on Indigenous Fishing. Australian Fisheries Management Authority & Australian Conservation Foundation.Canberra. 148 pp.
1989. A Sea of Small Boats: Customary Law, Tenure, and Territorial Rights in the World of Inshore Fishing.Cambridge: Cultural Survival. 418 pp.