Select Articles

  • Bronwyn Winch, ''La Iha Fiar, La Iha Seguransa': The Spiritual Landscape and Feeling Secure in Timor-Leste', Third World Thematics: A TWQ Journal, 2017.
  • Sam Carroll-Bell, 'What is Development? Questions and Reflections from Rural Timor-Leste’, Here be Dragons, Volume 2, 2016, pp. 14–16.
  • Sam Carroll-Bell, 'Development Alternative in Timor-Leste: Recasting Modes for Local Engagement’, Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Southeast Asia), Volume 171, Issue 2-3, 2015, pp. 312 – 345.
  • Damian Grenfell, 'Diversity and the Discourses of Security and Interventions', J. Siracusa, M. Steger and P. Battersby (eds) in The Sage Handbook of Globalization, Sage Publications, New York, 2014, pp. 974-990.
  • Damian Grenfell, 'Of Time and History: The Dead of War and the National Imaginary in Timor-Leste', Communication, Politics and Culture, Vol. 48, Issue 3, pp. 16-28.
  • Damian Grenfell, 'Rethinking Governance and Security in Timor-Leste', S. Ingram, L. Kent, A. McWilliam (eds) in A New Era? Timor-Leste after the UN, ANU E-Press, Canberra, 2015, pp. 169-186.
  • Emily Toome, 'Filling Wounds with Salt: The pathologisation of trauma in Timor-Leste', D. Grenfell (ed) in Traversing customary community and modern nation-formation in Timor-Leste (Local-Global journal, Volume 11). 
  • Sam Carroll-Bell,  'Playing Pool at the Hard Rock Cafe,' D. Grenfell (ed) in Traversing customary community and modern nation-formation in Timor-Leste (Local-Global journal, Volume 11).
  • Lynsze Woon, 'Negotiating Modernisation and Gender in the Post-Conflit Reconstruction of Timor-Leste', D. Grenfell (ed) in Traversing customary community and modern nation-formation in Timor-Leste (Local-Global journal, Volume 11).
  • Damian Grenfell, 'Truth, Reconciliation and Nation Formation in 'Our Land' of Timor-Leste', C. Fleming, P. Rothfield and P. Komesaroff (eds)  in Pathways to Reconciliation: Between Theory and Practice, Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot, 2008, pp. 79–88.
  • Damian Grenfell ,'Governance, Violence and Crises in Timor-Leste: Estadu Seidauk Mai', in S. Farram (et al), Democratic Governance in Timor-Leste: Reconciling the Local and the National, Charles Darwin University, 2008, pp. 85–97.
  • Damian Grenfell, 'Reconciliation: Violence and Nation Formation in Timor-Leste' in Rethinking Insecurity, War and Violence: Beyond Savage Globalization?, Routledge, London, 2008, pp. 181–193.
  • Damian Grenfell 'Reconstituting the Nation: Reconciliation and the National Community in Timor-Leste', Occasional Papers in Justice and International Studies, RMIT Publishing, 2007, pp. 18–33. 
  • Damian Grenfell, 'East Timor: Colonialism, Nation-Building and the Politics of Oil', Arena Journal, Vol. 22, 2004, pp. 45–52.

 

Other Articles and Commentary 

  • Anna Trembath, 'Review of Independent Women: The Story of Women's Activism in East Timor',International Journal of Feminist Politics, 2008.
  • Damian Grenfell, 'Review of Masters of Terror: Indonesia's Military and Violence in East Timor', Inside Indonesia, January-February 2008.
  • Damian Grenfell, 'Making Modernity in Timor-Leste', Arena Magazine, No.90, August-September 2007, pp. 9–12.
  • Anna Trembath, 'On East Timorese Solidarity: Review of David Scott's Last Flight out of Dili', Arena Magazine, no. 87, February-March 2007.
  • Damian Grenfell and Anna Trembath, 'Oan Kiak: Women and Independence in Timor-Leste', Arena Magazine, No. 83, June-July, 2006, pp. 10–12.
  • Damian Grenfell, 'When Remembering Isn't Enough: Reconciliation and Justice in Timor-Leste', Arena Magazine, No. 80, December-January 2005-06, pp. 32–35.
  • Damian Grenfell, 'The East Timor Solidarity Movement in Australia', Chain Reaction, No. 95, Summer 2005, pp. 17–18.
  • Damian Grenfell, 'Reconstructing the Coffee Republic: Development and Colonialism in Timor-Leste',Development Bulletin, No. 68, October 2005, pp. 83–86.
  • Damian Grenfell, 'Review of Reluctant Saviour: Australia, Indonesia and the Independence of East Timor (by Clinton Fernandes)', Journal of Australian Studies, www.jasreview.com, February 2005.
 
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