Haripriya Rangan
Haripriya Rangan
Associate Professor and Principal Fellow, School of Geography, The University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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Of myths and movements: Rewriting Chipko into Himalayan history
H Rangan
Verso, 2000
2732000
Human‐mediated introductions of Australian acacias–a global experiment in biogeography
DM Richardson, J Carruthers, C Hui, FAC Impson, JT Miller, ...
Diversity and distributions 17 (5), 771-787, 2011
2602011
What makes ecologypolitical'?: rethinkingscale'in political ecology
H Rangan, CA Kull
Progress in Human Geography 33 (1), 28-45, 2009
1882009
Adoption, use and perception of Australian acacias around the world
CA Kull, CM Shackleton, PJ Cunningham, C Ducatillon, JM Dufour‐Dror, ...
Diversity and Distributions 17 (5), 822-836, 2011
1832011
From Chipko to Uttaranchal
H Rangan
Liberation ecologies: Environment, development, social movements, 205-226, 1996
1381996
Property vs. control: The state and forest management in the Indian Himalaya
H Rangan
Development, 271-294, 2017
1252017
In Defense of Livelihood: Comparative studies on environmental action
J Friedmann, H Rangan
Kumarian Press, 1993
1191993
Gender, traditional authority, and the politics of rural reform in South Africa
H Rangan, M Gilmartin
Development and Change 33 (4), 633-658, 2002
1062002
Acacia exchanges: wattles, thorn trees, and the study of plant movements
CA Kull, H Rangan
Geoforum 39 (3), 1258-1272, 2008
972008
A native at home and abroad: the history, politics, ethics and aesthetics of acacias
J Carruthers, L Robin, JP Hattingh, CA Kull, H Rangan, BW van Wilgen
Diversity and Distributions 17 (5), 810-821, 2011
942011
Indigenous peoples and forest management: Comparative analysis of institutional approaches in Australia and India
H Rangan, MB Lane
Society & Natural Resources 14 (2), 145-160, 2001
832001
Multifunctional, scrubby, and invasive forests?
CA Kull, J Tassin, H Rangan
Mountain Research and Development 27 (3), 224-231, 2007
552007
Living with invasive plants in the Anthropocene: the importance of understanding practice and experience
L Head, BMH Larson, R Hobbs, J Atchison, N Gill, C Kull, H Rangan
Conservation and Society 13 (3), 311-318, 2015
532015
The environment of protest and development in the Indian Himalaya
H Rangan
Liberation Ecologies: Environment, Development and Social Movements 338, 2004
502004
Contested boundaries: State policies, forest classifications, and deforestation in the Garhwal Himalayas
H Rangan
Antipode 27 (4), 343-362, 1995
491995
Romancing the environment: popular environmental action in the Garhwal Himalayas
H Rangan
In defense of livelihood: Comparative studies on environmental action 15, 5-181, 1993
411993
Environmental history of botanical exchanges in the Indian Ocean World
H Rangan, J Carney, T Denham
Environment and History 18 (3), 311-342, 2012
362012
New genetic and linguistic analyses show ancient human influence on baobab evolution and distribution in Australia
H Rangan, KL Bell, DA Baum, R Fowler, P McConvell, T Saunders, ...
PloS one 10 (4), e0119758, 2015
322015
The Indian Ocean and the making of outback Australia: An ecocultural odyssey
H Rangan, C Kull
Indian Ocean Studies: Cultural Social, and Political Perspectives, 45-72, 2010
242010
Indian environmentalism and the question of the state: problems and prospects for sustainable development
H Rangan
Environment and Planning A 29 (12), 2129-2143, 1997
231997
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