Monika Arnez, PhD
Work Package (Coordinator)
Publications (last five years)
- Arnez, Monika (2021) “The granularity of sand: Analogies of production, consumption, and distribution.” Dialogues in Human Geography 1-4. DOI: 10.1177/20438206211004857
- Arnez, Monika (2020) “Flow of Sand”: The macro-micro research dialogue in a documentary on environmental impacts and infrastructural politics in Malaysia. http://crisea.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Del-2.3-Working-Paper-Macro-micro-Dialogue-Studies.pdf
- Arnez, Monika and Tomek Kaminski (2020). “Strengthening Southeast Asia’s Resilience: The Role of City and Community Initiatives for Post-Pandemic Recovery.” http://crisea.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Policy-brief-Covid-19-Arnez-and-Kaminski.pdf
- Arnez, Monika (2020). On “Flow of Sand.” ARIScope, 17 September. https://ari.nus.edu.sg/flow-of-sand/
- “Reclaiming the Sea from the Melaka Gateway.” (2020). New Mandala, 08 April. https://www.newmandala.org/reclaiming-the-sea-from-the-melaka-gateway/ Flow of Sand (2019) http://crisea.eu/publications/crisea-web-documentaries/
- Arnez, Monika, Carl Middleton, Sally Beckenham, Michal Zareba, Tomek Kaminski, Andrea Valente, Robert Farnan, David Chu & Amnuayvit Thitibordin (2020) “Contested Knowledges of the Commons. Vignettes from the Field.” Deliverable 2.2 (Work Package Environment). http://crisea.eu/publications/
- Arnez, Monika, Jan van der Putten, Edwin Weringa & Arndt Graf (2017) Traditions Redirecting Contemporary Indonesian Productions. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
- Monika Arnez / Jürgen Sarnowsky (2016) The Role of Religions in the European Perception of Insular and Mainland Southeast Asia: Travel Accounts of the 16th to the 21st Century. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
- Arnez, Monika (2017) “Green aspirations and the Dynamics of Integration in two East Kalimantan Cities,” in: Vignato, Silvia (ed), Dreams of Prosperity: Inequality and Integration in Southeast Asia (Chiang Mai: Silkworm, 2017), pp. 27-54.
- Arnez, Monika and Eva Nisa (2016) “Dimensions of Morality: The transnational Writers’ Collective . Bijdragen tot de Taal- Land- en Volkenkunde 172(4): 449-478.