Knowing the Salween River: Resource Politics of a Contested Transboundary River. Edited volume.

Middleton, C. and Lamb, V. (eds.) 2019. Springer. ISBN 978-3-319-77440-4

* This book was published open access

The fence ‘didn’t work’: the mundane engagements and material practices of state-led development in China’s Danjiangkou Reservoir.

Lamb, V. S Rogers, and M Wang. Territory, Politics, Governance.

Flows, fluxes and fixes: A mobile political ecology of the transboundary sand & sand-linked livelihoods in Southeast Asia.

Lamb, V. and Z. Fung. 2021. Environmental Policy and Governance.

* This article was published open access

The imaginary of a modern city: Depoliticisation of Myanmar’s urban development.

Wells, T., and V. Lamb. 2021. Urban Studies

From Sapphires to Cassava: The politics of debt in northwestern Cambodia.

Gyorvary, S. and V. Lamb. 2021. ACME 20(4): 431-449.

* This article was published open access

The invisible ‘work’ of the river: Fishing livelihoods and development of the Irrawaddy Delta, Myanmar.

Radford, S. and V. Lamb. 2020. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 60(2): 338-352.

Hydrosocial practice in an urbanising floodplain: local management and dilemmas of beneficial flooding.

Lamb, V. 2020. International Development Planning Review, 42(3): 315-335. Part of Special Issue "Asia's changing cities: Water, climate, and power in the transformation of urban spaces" edited by Dr Lamb and Professor Amrita Daniere.

* This article was published open access

Nature Based Solutions for urban water management in Asian cities: integrating vulnerability into sustainable design.

Kooy, M., Furlong, K. and Lamb, V. 2020. International Development Planning Review. Part of Special Issue "Asia's changing cities: Water, climate, and power in the transformation of urban spaces" edited by Dr Lamb and Professor Amrita Daniere.

* This article was published open access

“Dead in the Water: Global lessons from the World Bank’s model hydropower project in Laos.” Book Review.

Lamb, V. 2019. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 40(2), 338-441.

Trading sand, undermining lives: Omitted livelihoods in the global trade in sand

V. Lamb, M. Marschke, and J. Rigg. 2019. Annals of the American Association of Geographers 109(5): 1511-1528.

E. Elinoff and V. Lamb. 2019 Environmental Politics in Thailand: Pasts, presents, and futures. Chapter in the Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Thailand. (P. Chachavalpongpun, ed.) London: Routledge.

Who knows the river? Gender, expertise, and the politics of local ecological knowledge production of the Salween River, Thai-Myanmar border

V. Lamb. 2018. Gender, Place & Culture  25(12): 1703-1718.

Science as friend and foe: the ‘technologies of humility’ in the changing relationship to science in community forest debates in Thailand

V. Lamb and R. Roth. 2018. Chapter in (eds) S. Mollett and T. Kepe, Land Rights, Biodiversity Conservation and Justice: Rethinking Parks and People. Routledge. ISBN: 9781138217720.

Authoritarian Rule Shedding its Populist Skin: How loss of independent media in the 2017 crackdown shapes rural politics in Cambodia

L. Schoenberger, A. Beban, and V. Lamb. 2018. The Emancipatory Rural Politics Initiative (ERPI) Working Paper Series, Paper No.70

Gendered eviction, protest, and recovery: A feminist political ecology engagement with land grabbing in rural Cambodia

V. Lamb, L. Schoenberger, C. Middleton and B. Un. 2017. Journal of Peasant Studies 44(6): 1215-1234

[Special Issue] Gender and Generation in the Global Land Grab, B. White and C. Park (eds).

Above article reprinted as chapter in (eds) B. White and C. Park (eds). 2018. Gender and Generation in Southeast Asian Agrarian Transformations. Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-138-48962-2.

Perceptions and Practices of Investment: China's hydropower investments in mainland Southeast Asia

V. Lamb and Nga Dao. 2017. Canadian Journal of Development Studies 38 (3): 395-413.

“Meetings, meetings, meetings, and meetings”: Regional governance, cross-border environments, and sovereign authority.

V. Lamb. 2017. ASEAN-Canada Research Partnership Working Paper Series, Working Paper No. 8.

Whose border? Border talk and discursive governance of the Salween River-border

V. Lamb. 2016. Chapter in C. Johnson and R. Jones (eds). Placing the Border in Everyday Life. Ashgate.

Making governance ‘good’: The production of scale in environmental impact assessment and governance of the Salween River

V. Lamb. 2015. Conservation & Society 12 (4): 386-97.

Where is the border? Villagers, environmental consultants and the work of the Thai-Burma border

V. Lamb. 2014. Political Geography 40 (May 2014): 1–12.

Locating Nature: Making and Unmaking International Law – Introduction

K. Khoday, V. Lamb, S. Latorre, T.  McCreary, K. Mickelson, U. Natarajan, and I. Porras. 2014. Leiden Journal of International Law 27 (3), 571-572.

A political ecology of sovereignty in practice and on the map: The technicalities of law, participatory mapping, and environmental governance

T. McCreary and V. Lamb. 2014. Leiden Journal of International Law 27 (3), 595-619.

“Environmental Justice Ecology” and “Preservation”

V. Lamb. 2011. Entries in Green Ethics and Philosophy, (eds) J. Newman and J.G. Golson, (series ed) Paul Robbins. SAGE.

Re-Mapping the River on Film

V. Lamb. 2009. eTopia Journal of Cultural Studies, March.