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West, Paige. 2004. Translation, Value, and Space: Theorizing an Ethnographic and Engaged. Environmental Anthropology. American Anthropologist 107(4):632-642.
West, Paige. 2005. Holding the Story Forever: The Aesthetics of Ethnographic Labour. Anthropological Forum 15(3):267-275.
West, Paige. 2006. Environmental Conservation and Mining: Between Experience and Expectation in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. The Contemporary Pacific 18(2):295-313.
West, Paige. 2006. Conservation Is Our Government Now: The Politics of Ecology in Papua New Guinea. Duke University Press: Durham and London.
West, C. Paige, and David Ellis. 2004. Local History as ‘Indigenous Knowledge’: Aeroplanes, Conservation, and
Development in Haia and Maimafu, Papua New Guinea, pp. 105-127, in Investigating Local Knowledge: New Directions, New Approaches, (Eds. Alan Bicker, Paul Sillitoe, and Johan Pottier, eds.) Ashgate, Aldershot, United
West, Paige, James Igoe, and Dan Brockington. 2004. Parks and Peoples: The Social Impact of Protected Areas. Annual Reviews in Anthropology 35:251-277.
Carrier, James G. and Paige West. 2004. Ecotourism and Authenticity: Getting Away from It All? Current Anthropology 45(4):483-497.
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