Nick Bainton
Nick Bainton
Associate Professor, The University of Queensland
Verified email at uq.edu.au - Homepage
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The Lihir destiny: cultural responses to mining in Melanesia
N Bainton
ANU E Press, 2010
1322010
Keeping the network out of view: mining, distinctions and exclusion in Melanesia
NA Bainton
Oceania 79 (1), 18-33, 2009
642009
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
502008
A critical review of the social aspects of mine closure
N Bainton, S Holcombe
Resources Policy 59, 468-478, 2018
492018
“My land, my work”: business development and large-scale mining in Papua New Guinea
NA Bainton, M Macintyre
Engaging with capitalism: Cases from Oceania, 2013
492013
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
382011
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
332012
Land and access: A framework for analysing mining, migration and development in Melanesia
NA Bainton, G Banks
Sustainable Development 26 (5), 450-460, 2018
312018
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
272008
Are you viable? Personal avarice, collective antagonism and grassroots development in Melanesia
NA Bainton
University of Queensland Press, 2011
212011
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
182005
Zones of entanglement: Researching mining arenas in Melanesia and beyond
N Bainton, JR Owen
The Extractive Industries and Society 6 (3), 767-774, 2019
172019
Project-Induced In-Migration and Large-Scale Mining: A Scoping Study
N Bainton, V Vivoda, D Kemp, J Owen, J Keenan
St Lucia: University of Queensland, Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, 2017
172017
Mortuary ritual and mining riches in Island Melanesia
NA Bainton, M Macintyre
Mortuary dialogues: Death ritual and the reproduction of moral community in …, 2016
172016
11. Migrants, Labourers and Landowners at the Lihir Gold Mine, Papua New Guinea
NA Bainton
LARGE-SCALE MINES AND LOCAL-LEVEL POLITICS, 313, 2017
152017
Parallel states, parallel economies: legitimacy and prosperity in Papua New Guinea
N Bainton, JON COx
Canberra, ACT: State, Society and Governance in Melanesia (SSGM), Research …, 2009
142009
Virtuous sociality and other fantasies: pursuing mining, capital and cultural continuity in Lihir, Papua New Guinea
NA Bainton
132006
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
122018
Adding and sustaining benefits: Large-scale mining and landowner business development in Papua New Guinea
N Bainton, RT Jackson
The Extractive Industries and Society 7 (2), 366-375, 2020
102020
Mining, mobility and sustainable development: An introduction
NA Bainton, JR Owen, D Kemp
Sustainable Development 26 (5), 437-440, 2018
102018
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