Perfect Order: Recognizing Complexity in Bali (2007) [ Link ]

Priests and Programmers: technologies of power in the engineered landscape of Bali (Revised 2nd Edition 2007) [ Download ]

The Balinese (1995) [ Link ]


Lansing, J.S., M. P. Cox, S. S. Downey, M. A. Jannsen, J. W. Schoenfelder. (2009). A robust budding model of Balinese water temple networks. World Archaeology 41(1):110-131. [ Download ]

Lansing, J. S., Karafet, T. M., Schoenfelder, J. W. and Hammer, M. F. (2008). A DNA signature for the expansion of irrigation in Bali? In Past Human Migrations in East Asia and Taiwan: Matching Archaeology, Linguistics and Genetics (eds A. Sanchez-Mazas, R. Blench, M. Ross, I. Peiros and M. Lin). London: Routledge, pp 356-375. [ Download ]

Lansing, J. S., J.C.  Watkins, B. Hallmark, M. P. Cox, T. M. Karafet, H. Sudoyo, & M. F. Hammer. (2008). Male dominance rarely skews the frequency distribution of Y chromosome haplotypes in human populations. PNAS 105(33):11645-50. [ Download ]

Lansing, J. S., M. P. Cox, S. S. Downey, B. Hallmark, T. M. Karafet, P. Norquest, J. Schoenfelder, H. Sudoyo, & M. F. Hammer. (2007). Coevolution of languages and genes on the island of Sumba, eastern Indonesia. PNAS 104(41):16022-16026. [ Download ]

Lansing, J. S. (2008) Inference and Proto-Sumba: Reply. PNAS 105(1):E2. [ Download ]

Downey, S. S., B. Hallmark, M. P. Cox, P. Norquest, & J. S. Lansing. (2007). Feature-Sensitive Reconstruction of Language Relationships: Using the ALINE Distance in Historical Linguistics. Journal of Quantitative Linguistics 15(4). [ Download ]

Cox, M. P., A. J. Redd, T. M. Karafet, C. A. Ponder, J. S. Lansing, H. Sudoyo, & M. F. Hammer. (2007). A Polynesian motif on the Y chromosome: population structure in remote Oceania. Human Biology 79(5):525-535. [ Download ]

Preface and Foreward to revised edition of Priests and Programmers. [ Download ]

Balinese Y-Chromosome Perspective on the Peopling of Indonesia: Genetic Contributions from Pre-Neolithic Hunter-Gatherers, Austronesian Farmers, and Indian Traders. Human Biology (2005) 77(1):93-113. [ Download ]

Coral skeletal d15N reveals isotopic traces of an agricultural revolution. Marine Pollution Bulletin (2005) 50:931-944. [ Download ]

The Value of a River. Journal of Political Ecology 5:1998. [ Download ]

System-dependent selection, ecological feedback and the emergence of functional structure in ecosystems. Journal of Theoretical Biology (1999) 192:377-391. [ Download ]

Foucault and the Water Temples: A Reply to Helmreich [Critique of Anthropology (1999) 20(3):337-346. [ Download ]

Volcanic fertilization of Balinese rice paddies. Ecological Economics (2001) 38:383-390. [ Download ]

'Artificial Societies' and the Social Sciences. Artificial Life (2002) 8:272-292.[ Download ]

Complex Adaptive Systems [Annual Review of Anthropology (2003) 32:183-204. [ Download ]

Cooperation, Games and Ecological Feedback: some insights from Bali. J. Stephen Lansing & John Miller. Current Anthropology 46(2):328-334. [ Download ]

An Indian Trader in Ancient Bali? [Lansing, Redd, Karafet, Watkins, Ardika, Surata, Schoenfelder, Campbell, Merriweather, and Hammer; Antiquity (2004) Vol. 78:300, pp.287-293. [ Download ]

Reply to 'Indian traders in ancient Bali: a reconsideration of the evidence'. Antiquity Vol. 80:307 March 2006. [ Download ]

The Cognitive Machinery of Power: Reflections on Valeri's Forest of Taboos American Ethnologist (2003) 30(3): 372-380. [ Download ]