Books and edited volumes
   
Hermkens, A. (manuscript in preparation). ‘Mobilizing Divine Intervention. Marian Pilgrimages in contexts of Gender Troubles and Violence in Papua New Guinea and Beyond.’ To be published with Routledge.
    
Hermkens, A. and K. Lepani (eds.) forthcoming. Sinuous Objects. Revaluing Women’s Wealth in the Contemporary Pacific. Canberra: ANU E-Press.

Hermkens, A. J. Taylor and R. Morgain (eds.). 2015. Gender and Personhood in Oceania. Special volume Oceania 85(1).

Hermkens, A. 2013. Engendering Objects: Dynamics of Barkcloth and Gender among the Maisin of Papua New Guinea . Leiden: Sidestone Press.

Hermkens, A., W. Jansen and C. Notermans (eds.). 2009. Moved by Mary: The Power of Pilgrimage in the Modern World . Farnham: Ashgate.

Hermkens, A. 2005. Painting the past and the future. Barkcloth of the Maisin people in Papua New Guinea (38 pages). Text accompanying exhibition of Maisin barkcloth in 2005. Leiden: National Museum of Ethnology.

Hermkens, A. 1997. Where are the objects? Analogical inference and the allocation of meaning and order in Lapita, Dongson and Lake Sentani material culture (155 pages). MA-thesis. E-publication on Papua-web (155 pages): http://www.papuaweb.org/dlib/s123/hermkens/_ma.html


Peer reviewed articles
Barker, J. and Hermkens, A. 2016. The Mothers Union goes on Strike Again. In The Gender of the Church. Edited by A. Eriksen and M. MacCarthy. Special volume of The Australian Journal of Anthropology 27(2): 185–205.

Hermkens, A. 2015. Marian Movements and Secessionist Warfare in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea. In New Religious movements in the Pacific. Edited by G. Trompf.  Special Volume Nova Religio 18(4): 35-54.

Hermkens, A. 2015. Mediations of Cloth: Tapa and Personhood among the Maisin in Papua New Guinea. In Gender and Personhood in Oceania. Edited by A. Hermkens, J. Taylor and R. Morgain. Oceania 85(1): 10-23.

Hermkens, A. 2015. The Gendered Politics of Witchcraft and Sorcery Accusations among the Maisin of Papua New Guinea (PNG). TAPJA, volume 16(1): 36-54.

Hermkens, A. 2013. Like Moses who led his people to the Promised Land: Nation- and State building in Bougainville, in: Becoming like the State. Edited by D. Fischer and J. Timmer. Oceania 38(3): 192-207.

Hermkens, A. 2013. Raits blong Mere. Framing Human Rights and Gender in Marau. Intersections 33. http://intersections.anu.edu.au/issue33_contents.htm

Hermkens, A. and J. Timmer 2012. ‘Peacebuilding without Culture.’ Review Essay for The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology (TAPJA) 13(5): 484-490.

Hermkens, A. 2012. ‘Light Intervention or Redemption?’ Critical Review Essay for The Australian Journal of Anthropology (TAJA) 23(2): 248-253.

Hermkens, A. and J. Timmer 2011. ‘States of conflict: Violent politics and the magic of the imaginary state in North Maluku Indonesia.’ Etnofoor 23(1): 57-77.

Hermkens, A. 2011. Mary, Motherhood and Nation: Religion and gender ideology in Bougainville’s Secessionist Warfare. Intersections. Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific, issue 25 (February 2011): http://intersections.anu.edu.au/issue25/hermkens.htm.

Hermkens, A. 2011 Oro Province material culture reviewed. Review article. Pacific Arts Journal 11(1): 49-53.

Hermkens, A. 2008. Josephine’s journey: Gender-based violence and Marian devotion in urban Papua New Guinea. Oceania 78(2): 151-167.

Hermkens, A. 2008. Rejoinder to Drid Williams’ discussion. Visual Anthropology 21(2): 156-159.

Hermkens, A. 2007. Church festivals and the visualization of identity in Collingwood Bay, Papua New Guinea. Visual Anthropology 20(5): 347-364.

Hermkens, A. 2007. Religion in war and peace: Unravelling Mary’s intervention in the Bougainville crisis. Culture and Religion 8(3): 271-289.

Hermkens, A. 2007. Gendered Objects. Embodiments of colonial collecting in Dutch New Guinea. Journal of Pacific History 42(1): 1-20.

Hermkens, A. 2007. The Power of Mary in Papua New Guinea. Anthropology Today 23(2): 4-8.

Hermkens, A. 2007. Divergent pathways in Melanesian Ethnography. Review article. Focaal 49(1): 137-145.

Hermkens, A. 2007. Stretching the cloth. Hybrid meanings, styles, and gender structures in Maisin barkcloth. Journal of Pacific Arts 3-5: 104-114.


Book chapters

Hermkens, A. and K. Lepani. forthcoming. ‘Revaluing Women’s Wealth in the Contemporary Pacific.’ In Women’s Wealth in the Contemporary Pacific, edited by A. Hermkens and K. Lepani. Canberra: ANU E-Press.

Hermkens, Anna-Karina. forthcoming. ‘Women’s Wealth and Moral Economies among the Maisin in Collingwood Bay, Papua New Guinea.’ In Women’s Wealth in the Contemporary Pacific, edited by A. Hermkens and K. Lepani. Canberra: ANU E-Press.

Hermkens, A. and J. Barker. forthcoming. ‘“Maisin is tapa!” The significances of tapa for the Maisin people living in Papua New Guinea.’ In Tapa from the Pacific. Edited by M. Charleux. Tahiti: Paradise Press, pp. .

Hermkens, A. forthcoming. Maro from Lake Sentani and Humboldt Bay, In Tapa from the Pacific. Edited by M. Charleux. Tahiti: Paradise Press, pp. 

Hermkens, A. 2015. ‘Dynamics of Barkcloth and Identity among the Maisin of Papua New Guinea.’ In Made in Oceania: Proceedings of the International Symposium on the social and cultural meanings of Oceanic tapa. Edited by P. P. Mesenhöller et al. UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 15-28.

Hermkens, A. 2015. Mannelijkheid en Vrouwelijkheid Verweven. Patrilineaire Identiteit door Vrouwenhanden gemaakt. In Mythen van Gender: Opstellen voor Willy Jansen. Edited by Stefan Dudink and Liedeke Plate. Nijmegen: Vantilt Uitgeverij, pp.  203-209.

Hermkens, A. 2014. The Materiality of Missionization in Collingwood Bay, Papua New Guinea. In Divine Domesticities: Christian Paradoxes in Asia and the Pacific. Edited by H. Choi and M. Jolly. Canberra: ANU Press, pp. 349-380 (peer reviewed).

Hermkens, A. 2013. Unfolding the cloth. A History of Lake Sentani and Humboldt Bay objects, in: Melanesia: Art and Encounter. Edited by L. Bolton, N. Thomas, E. Bonshek, J. Adams and B. Burt. London: British Museum Press, pp.160-65.

Hermkens, A. 2013. Fabrics of Life: Barkcloth from Lake Sentani and Collingwood Bay. In Made in Oceania Tapa - Kunst und Lebenswelten. Edited by P. Mesenhöller und O. Lueb. Cologne/Koln: Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum, pp.130-143.

Hermkens, A. 2013. The Power of Mary in Papua New Guinea, in: Introductory Readings in Anthropology. Edited by Edited by Hilary Callan, Brian Street and Simon Underdown. New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books in association with the Royal Anthropological Institute, pp. 287-294.

Hermkens, A. 2012. ‘Journey’s of Resistance: Marian Pilgrimages during the Bougainville conflict’, in: Pilgrimage in the age of globalisation: constructions of the sacred and secular in late modernity. Edited by Nelia Hyndman-Rizk. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 58-78.

Hermkens, A.  2012. ‘Circulating Matters of Belief: Engendering Marian Movements during the Bougainville crisis,’ in: Flows of Faith: Religious reach and community in Asia and the Pacific. Edited by L. Manderson, Smith, W. and M. Tomlinson. Dordrecht and New York: Springer Publishing Company, pp. 161-181 (peer reviewed).

Hermkens, A. 2012 ‘Becoming like Mary: Coping with domestic violence in urban PNG’, in: Engendering violence in Papua New Guinea. Edited by M. Jolly, C. Stewart and J.G. Zorn. ANU E-publications. 137-161 (peer reviewed).

Hermkens, A. 2011. ‘Paintings past, present and future. Barkcloth from Lake Sentani and the Humboldt Bay’, in: Ancestors of the Lake. Art of Lake Sentani and Humboldt Bay, New Guinea. Edited by Virginia-Lee Webb. Connecticut: Yale University Press, 56-63.

Hermkens, A. 2011. ‘Silent (Hi)stories: Women Artists in two Melanesian Societies,’ in: Pacific Island Artists: Navigating the Global Art World. Edited by Karen Stevenson. Papua New Guinea: Masalai Press, 34-49.

Hermkens, A. and E. Venbrux 2011. ‘Insurgents and Icons,’ in: Ritual, Media and Conflict. Edited by Ronald L. Grimes, Ute Hüsken, Udo Simon and Eric Venbrux. Oxford University Press, pp. 63-92 (peer reviewed).

Hermkens, A. 2010. ‘The power of Mary in secessionist warfare. Catholicism and political crisis in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea’, in: Powers. Religion as Social and Spiritual Force. Edited by M.B. ter Borg and J. W. van Henten. New York: Fordham University Press, pp. 116-134 (peer reviewed).

Hermkens, A. 2009. ‘The Gendered Performance of Cloth, Ritual and Belief’, in Religion and Material Culture: The Matter of Belief. Edited by David Morgan. London/ New York: Routledge, pp. 231-246 (peer-reviewed).

Hermkens, A. 2009. ‘Mary’s Journeys through the Warscape of Bougainville’, in: Moved by Mary: The Power of Pilgrimage in the Modern World. Edited by A. Hermkens, W.Jansen and C. Notermans. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 69-85 (peer reviewed).

Hermkens, A., W. Jansen and C. Notermans 2009. ‘Introduction. The Power of Marian Pilgrimage’, in: Moved by Mary: The Power of Pilgrimage in the Modern World. Edited by A. Hermkens, W.Jansen and C. Notermans. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 1-13 (peer reviewed).


Academic publications
Hermkens, A. and M. Widjojo. 2011. ‘Sentani art and artists today’, in: Ancestors of the Lake. Art of Lake Sentani and Humboldt Bay, New Guinea. Edited by Virginia-Lee Webb. Connecticut: Yale University Press, 64-67.

Hermkens, A. 2007. ‘Maria Helpim, Madang’, in Wallfahrtsorte. Die wichtigsten Pilgerstätten und Pilgerwege des Christentums. Edited by Birgit Adam and Annerose Sieck. Germany: Hohe Verlag, Erftstadt, pp. 140-141.

Hermkens, A. 2007. ‘Sculpture. Indonesia, Papua Province, Sentani Lake’, in: Arts of Africa and Oceania. Highlights from the Musée Barbier-Mueller. Edited by Laurence Mattet. Geneva: Hazan, p.278.

Hermkens, A. 2007. The Power of Mary: Domestic violence and Marian devotion in Papua New Guinea. Raffia 19(1): 12-15.

Hermkens, A. 2006. ‘The Lake Sentani region’, in: Shadows of New-Guinea: Arts from the Great Island of Oceania in the Barbier-Mueller Collections. Edited by Philippe Peltier and Floriane Morin. France/Geneva: Somogy and Musée Barbier-Mueller, pp. 50-69.

Hermkens, A. 2006.’ Lac Sentani’, in: Ombres de Nouvelle-Guinée: Arts de la grande île d'Océanie dans les collections Barbier-Mueller. Edited by Philippe Peltier and Floriane Morin. France/Geneva: Somogy and Musée Barbier-Mueller, pp. 50-69.

Hermkens, A. 2004. Marking the female body: tattooing among the Maisin of Papua New Guinea. Raffia 16(3): 23-26.

Hermkens, A. 2002. Vrouwelijke kunst als uitdrukking van mannelijke identiteit. Raffia 5(2): 24-26.


Book reviews
Hermkens, A. 2016. Book review of ‘Don’t Spoil our beautiful face’. Pacific Affairs, forthcoming

Hermkens, A. 2015. Book review of ‘Treasured Possessions’ by H. Geismar. Pacific Affairs 88(1): 236-8.

Hermkens, A. 2014. Book review of ‘Christian Politics’ by M. Tomlinson and D. McDougall (eds.). The Contemporary Pacific 26 (2): 576-579.

Hermkens, A. 2013. Book review of ‘Saltwater Sociality’. Pacific Affairs 86 (3): 704-706.

Hermkens, A. 2012 Book review of ‘Mediating across Difference. Oceanic and Asian approaches to conflict resolution’ by Morgan Brigg and Roland Beiker (eds). Pacific Affairs 85 (2): 457-459.

Hermkens, A. 2010. Book review of ‘Snellen om namen. De Marind-Anim van Nieuw-Guinea door de ogen van de Missionarissen van het Heilig Hart, 1905-1925’ by Raymond Corbey. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde vol. 166 (4): 514-515.

Hermkens, A. 2009. Book review of ‘Ancestral Lines: The Maisin of Papua New Guinea and the Fate of the Rainforest’ by John Barker. Pacific Affairs 81(4): 666-667.

Hermkens, A. 2009. Book review of ‘Een man met een speurdersneus’ by Hanneke Hollander. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 165(1): 156-157.

Hermkens, A. 2009. Book review of ‘Gender, Christianity and Change in Vanuatu’ by Annelin Eriksen. Culture and Religion 10(1): 119-121.

Hermkens, A. 2008. Book review of ‘Maiden Voyages. Eastern Indonesian Women on the Move’, by Catharina Purwani Williams. Tijdschrift voor Gender Studies 11: 86-88.
    
 
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