Scientific publications

  • Barwegen, M.W. (2010): ‘For better or worse? The impact of the veterinarian service on the development of the agricultural society in Java (Indonesia) in the nineteenth century’, in Brown, K. and D. Gilfoyle (eds), Healing the herds: essays on livestock economies and the globalization of veterinary medicine. Ohio: Ohio University Press.
  • Colombijn, F and M.W. Barwegen (2009): ‘Racial segregation in the (post)colonial city: the case of Indonesia’. Urban Geography 30:838-56.
  • Barwegen, M.W. (2008): ‘De Burgerlijke Veeartsenijkundige Dienst en de uitbraak van de veepest in 1878 op Java’. Argos 38:356-62.

Local cattle Java - Indonesia

  • Barwegen, M.W. (2008): ‘For better or worse? The impact of the veterinarian service on the development of the agricultural society in Java (Indonesia) in the nineteenth century’, in Brown, K. en D. Gilfoyle (eds), Healing the herds: essays on livestock economies and the globalization of veterinary medicine. Ohio: Ohio University Press.
  • Barwegen, M.W. (2005): ‘Gouden Hoorns; de geschiedenis van de veehouderij op Java, 1850-2000’. Optima: Rotterdam. [Proefschrift.]
  • Colombijn, F., M.W. Barwegen, P. Basundoro and J.A. Khusyairi (eds). (2005). ‘Kota lama, kota baru; Sejarah kota-kota di Indonesia’. Surabaya: Jurusan Sejarah UNAIR.
  • Barwegen, M.W. en F. Colombijn (2005). ‘Renting houses in Indonesian cities, 1930-1960’, in Colombijn, F., M.W. Barwegen, P. Basundoro and J.A. Khusyairi (eds), Kota lama kota, kota baru; Sejarah kota-kota di Indonesia. Surabaya: Jurusan Sejarah UNAIR.
  • Barwegen, M.W. (2004). ‘Browsing in livestock history; Large herbivores and the environment in Java since 1850-2000’, in Peter Boomgaard en David Henley (eds), Smallholders and stockbreeders; Histories of foodcrop and livestock farming in Southeast Asia, pp 283-305. Leiden: KITLV Press. [Verhandelingen 218.]
  • Verklaar, E.L.C., H. Vervaecke, C. Roden, L. Romero Mendoza, M.W. Barwegen, T. Susilawati, I.J. Nijman and J.A. Lenstra. (2003). ‘Paternally inherited markers in bovine hybrid populations’. Heredity 91:565-569.
  • Nijman, I.J., C. Ruijter, E. Hanekamp, E.L.C. Verkaar, J. Ochieng, S.B.M. Shamshad, J.E.O. Rege, O. Hanotte, M. Barwegen, T. Susilawati and J.A. Lenstra. (2003). ‘Hybridization of banteng (Bos javanicus) and zebu (Bos indicus) revealed by mitochondrial DNA, satellite DNA, AFLP and microsatellites’. Heredity 90:10-16.
  • A cross between the local Javanese cattle and the Ongole from India pulls the cart - Indonesia, East JavaBarwegen, M. (2003). ‘Livestock in Java since 1850’. Indonesian Environmental History Newsletter 18:4.
  • Henley, D.E.F., M.W. Barwegen and S. de Roode. (1999). ‘KITLV EDEN project enters new phase’. Indonesian Environmental History Newsletter 12:7-8.
  • Parmentier, H.K., M.G.B. Nieuwland, M.W. Barwegen, R.P. Kwakel and J.W. Schrama. (1997). ‘Immunology: Dietary unsaturated fatty acids affect antibody responses and growth of chickens divergently selected for humoral responses to sheep red blood cells’. Poultry Science 76:1164-1171.



Presentations

  • ‘De veestapel en het cultuurstelsel’, the series of winter lectures 2009-2010 of the Indisch Genootschap in Bronbeek, Arnhem 21 February 2010.
  • ‘Bijdrage van de veeartsenijkundige dienst aan de ontwikkeling van Java 1850-1950’, autumn meeting of the Veterinary Historical Society about Tropical Veterinary Medicine, from colonialism to development cooperation, Utrecht 7 November 2007.
  • ‘How natural are Indonesian cities?’, conference The decolonization of the Indonesian city in comparative (Asian and African) perspective, Leiden 27-28 April 2006.
  • ‘An animal’s history; historic perspectives on the rise and fall of the Peranakan-Ongole in Java’, WIAS seminar Animal production systems in Indonesia: Interactions of livestock and livelihoods, Wageningen 10 April 2006.
  • ‘For better or worse? The development of the veterinarian service in Java, Indonesia’, conference Science, Disease and Livestock Economies, Oxford, 23-25 June 2005.
  • ‘The buffalo, the egret, the louse, and the trodden grass; Renting houses in Indonesian cities, 1930-1960’, First International Conference on the History of Indonesian Cities, Surabaya 23–25 August 2004 [In cooperation with dr. F. Colombijn]
  • ‘Persistent livestock shortages? Livestock developments 1850-2002’, ESSHC conference, The Hague, 27 February – 2 March 2002.
  • ‘Browsing in livestock history, Large herbivores and the environment in Java since 1800’, panel ‘History of Foodcrop Production and Animal Husbandry in Southeast Asia’, 3e EUROSEAS conference, Londen, 6-8 September 2001.
  • ‘Long term trends in animal husbandry in Java’, EDEN-seminar, KITLV, Leiden, 2 April 2001.