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Aisher, Alex (2015) (Anti-)fragile lives: enhancing adaptation through storytelling in the Eastern Himalayas. In: International Symposium on Anthropology and Natural Disasters, April 17-18, 2015, Department of Life Sciences, University of Coimbra.

Aisher, Alex (2016) Borders in the forest: productive enclosure and ecological refuge in the Eastern Himalayas. Journal of Contemporary Religion. ISSN 1353-7903 (Accepted)

Aisher, Alex (2016) Emotion, theory and time: mutual inflections of the human and more-than-human in India's 'last truly wild place'. In: Wild or domesticated: Uncanny in Historical and Contemporary Perspectives to Mind, 20-22 Sept 2016, House of Science and Letters, Helsinki.

Aisher, Alex (2016) Extending perspectivism to India's 'last wild place': the ontology of wildlife and its flourishing and decline in the Eastern Himalayas. In: Commoditizing the “Wild”: Natural Resource Commodity Chains and Discourses about their Ecological Consequences (18th to 21st Centuries), May 2, 2016, Fritz Thyssen Stiftung, Apostelnkloster 13-15, 50672 Cologne.

Aisher, Alex How a storm feels: storying climate change in the Eastern Himalayas. In: Eriksen, Thomas and Mendes, Paulo (eds.) Sampling Climate Change. Pluto Press. (Submitted)

Aisher, Alex (2016) Scarcity, alterity and value: decline of the pangolin, the world’s most trafficked mammal. Conservation and Society, 14 (4). pp. 317-329. ISSN 0972-4923

Aisher, Alex (2006) Through 'spirits’: cosmology and landscape ecology among the Nyishi tribe of upland Arunachal Pradesh, Northeast India. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University College London.

Aisher, Alex (2016) Waiting for the season-birds: climate change in the Eastern Himalayas through a multispecies lens. In: Anthropology, Weather and Climate Change 2016, 27-29 May 2016, The British Museum.

Aisher, Alex and Cow, Peter (2016) Permaculture and indigenous knowledge. Permaculture, 89. pp. 63-66.

Aisher, Alex and Damodaran, Vinita (2016) Introduction: human-nature interactions through a multispecies lens. Conservation and Society, 14 (4). pp. 293-304. ISSN 0972-4923

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Damodaran, Vinita (2019) Climate, environment, and the colonial experience. In: Withers, Charlie and Mayhew, Robert (eds.) Geographies of knowledge. John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore. (Accepted)

Damodaran, Vinita (2018) Conservation and development in India: re imagining wilderness. In: Bhagat, Shonil (ed.) Conservation and Development in India. Earthscan Conservation and Development . Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9781138922334

Damodaran, Vinita (2015) East India company, famine and ecological conditions in eighteenth century Bengal. In: Damodaran, Vinita, Winterbottom, Anna and Lester, Alan (eds.) East India Company and the natural world. Palgrave Studies in World Environmental History . Palgrave, London, pp. 80-101. ISBN 9781349491094

Damodaran, Vinita, Allan, Rob, Ogilvie, Astrid E J, Demarée, Gastron R, Gergis, Joëlle, Mikami, Takehiko, Mikhail, Alan, Nicholson, Sharon E, Norrgård, Stefan and Hamilton, James (2018) The 1780s: global climate anomalies, floods, droughts, and famines. In: White, Sam, Pfister, Christian and Mauelschagan, Franz (eds.) The Palgrave handbook of climate history. Palgrave, London, pp. 517-550. ISBN 9781137430205

Damodaran, Vinita, Hamilton, James and Allan, Rob (2019) Climate signals, environment, and livelihoods in the Long Seventeenth Century in India. In: Mukherjee, Ayesha (ed.) A cultural history of famine: food security and the environment in India and Britain. Routledge Environmental Humanities . Routledge, Oxon, pp. 52-70. ISBN 9781138230927

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Grove, Richard and Damodaran, Vinita (2018) Natural worlds. In: Loomba, Aniya (ed.) Cultural history of Western empires. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 9781474242752

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Nath, Saumya Ranjan (2016) Illegal and unfair acquisition of mining land in Korba. Down To Earth.

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