Nick Bainton
Nick Bainton
Associate Professor, The University of Queensland
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The Lihir destiny: cultural responses to mining in Melanesia
N Bainton
ANU E Press, 2010
A critical review of the social aspects of mine closure
N Bainton, S Holcombe
Resources Policy 59, 468-478, 2018
The energy‐extractives nexus and the just transition
N Bainton, D Kemp, E Lčbre, JR Owen, G Marston
Sustainable Development 29 (4), 624-634, 2021
Keeping the network out of view: mining, distinctions and exclusion in Melanesia
NA Bainton
Oceania 79 (1), 18-33, 2009
“My Land, My Work”: Business Development and Large-Scale Mining in Papua New Guinea
NA Bainton, M Macintyre
Engaging with capitalism: Cases from Oceania, 139-165, 2013
Men of Kastom and the Customs of Men: Status, Legitimacy and Persistent Values in Lihir, Papua New Guinea
NA Bainton
The Australian Journal of Anthropology 19 (2), 194-212, 2008
Stepping stones across the Lihir Islands: developing cultural heritage management in the context of a gold-mining operation
NA Bainton, C Ballard, K Gillespie, N Hall
International Journal of Cultural Property 18 (1), 81-110, 2011
Land and access: A framework for analysing mining, migration and development in Melanesia
NA Bainton, G Banks
Sustainable Development 26 (5), 450-460, 2018
The end of the beginning? Mining, sacred geographies, memory and performance in Lihir
NA Bainton, C Ballard, K Gillespie
The Australian Journal of Anthropology 23 (1), 22-49, 2012
The genesis and the escalation of desire and antipathy in the Lihir Islands, Papua New Guinea
NA Bainton
The Journal of Pacific History 43 (3), 289-312, 2008
Zones of entanglement: Researching mining arenas in Melanesia and beyond
N Bainton, JR Owen
The Extractive Industries and Society 6 (3), 767-774, 2019
Land, labour and capital: Small and large-scale miners in Papua New Guinea
N Bainton, JR Owen, S Kenema, J Burton
Resources Policy 68, 101805, 2020
Are you viable? Personal avarice, collective antagonism and grassroots development in Melanesia
NA Bainton
University of Queensland Press, 2011
The social aspects of mine closure: a global literature review
N Bainton, S Holcombe
Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, The University of Queensland, 2018
11. Migrants, Labourers and Landowners at the Lihir Gold Mine, Papua New Guinea
NA Bainton
Large-scale mines and local-level politics, 313, 2017
Project-Induced In-Migration and Large-Scale Mining: A Scoping Study
N Bainton, V Vivoda, D Kemp, J Owen, J Keenan
The University of Queensland, Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, 2017
Medical pluralism and the maintenance of a traditional healing technique on Lihir, Papua New Guinea
M Macintyre, S Foale, N Bainton, B Moktel
Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health 3 (1 …, 2005
Embedding gender-responsive approaches in impact assessment and management
N Götzmann, N Bainton
Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 39 (3), 171-182, 2021
Mining and Indigenous peoples
N Bainton
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Anthropology, 2020
Mortuary ritual and mining riches in Island Melanesia
NA Bainton, M Macintyre
Berghahn, 2016
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