- Title Pages
- A Note on Spelling
- One Structures of Access Control, Repertoires of Resistance
- Two Gaining Access to People and Trees
- Three The Emergence of “Scientific” Forestry in Colonial Java
- Four Organized Forest Violence, Reorganized Forest Access, 1942–1966
- Five State Power to Persist: Contemporary Forms of Forest Access Control
- Six A Forest Without Trees
- Seven Teak and Temptation on the Extreme Periphery: Cultural Perspectives on Forest Crime
- Eight Toward Integrated Social Forestry
- Appendix A: A “Long View” of the Research Design
- Appendix B: Glossary
- Appendix C: State Consolidation of Forest Lands, 1839–1985
- Appendix D: Teak Production, 1896–1985
- Rich Forests, Poor People
- University of California Press
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