Geographically, my direct and indirect global research projects has been in Bolivia's Quinoa & indigenous peoples, Brazil Amazon's non-timber forest products, Zimbabwe's Mapfungausti forest, Colombia's joint land titling in Cauca region, Uganda's Bwindi forest and relocation of Batwa pygmy, Nepal's community forest management, Indonesia's tropical deforestation, tribal India forest rights, extractive resources, oil palm vs shifting cultivation, agroforestry and nomadic pastoralism, and recently collaborated on gender, energy and sustainability issue in Mexico.
PEER-REVIEWED INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ARTICLES (selected of five years)
2019. Bose, P. Oil palm vs. shifting cultivation for indigenous peoples: Analyzing Mizoram's New Land Use Policy. Land Use Policy, 81:115-123.
2017. Bose, P. Land tenure and forest rights of rural and indigenous women in Latin America: Empirical research. Women’s Studies International Forum, 65: 1-8.
2017. Bose, P., et al. Women’s rights to land and communal forest tenure: A way forward for research and policy agenda in Latin America Women’s Studies International Forum, 65: 53:60.
2017. Bose, P. Climate adaptation: Marginal populations in the vulnerable regions. Climate and Development, 9 (6): 575-578.
2016. Ravera, F., I. Iniesta-Arandia, B. Martín-López, U. Pascual, and P. Bose. Gender perspectives in resilience, vulnerability and adaptation to global environmental change. AMBIO 45 (S3): 235-247.
2015. Bose, P. India’s dryland agroforestry: A ten-year analysis of gender and social diversity, tenure and climate variability. International Forestry Review 17 (S4): 82-97.
2018. Velazquez, M., Vasquez, V., Bose, P., and Luca, A. Género, energia y sustentabilidad, Mexico, CRIM/UNAM
(English translation: Gender, Energy and Sustainability) ISBN: 978-607-30-0999-7
2016. Bose, P., van Dijk, H. (Eds.). Dryland Forests: Management, Gender and Social Diversity in Asia and Africa. Switzerland, Springer Publication. ISBN 978-3-319-19405-9.
2014. Bose, P. and Savyasachi. (Eds.). Landscaping Actually: Forests to Farms through a Gender Lens. E-book Communication on global Forest and integrating gender, Cali.
2012. Bose, P. Forest rights: The micro-politics of decentralisation and forest tenure reform in tribal India. Pages xvi+185. ISBN 978-94-6173-273-6. (http://edepot.wur.nl/212101);
GUEST EDITOR FOR SPECIAL ISSUES
2017. Bose, P. (Ed.), Latin American women’s access to farmland and communal forests. Special Section in Women’s Studies International Forum, 65
2017. Bose, P. (Ed.) Climate adaptation: Marginalized populations and vulnerable regions. Climate and Development journal, (s1) Virtual Special Issue Open Access
2016. Ravera, F., I. Iniesta-Arandia, B. Martín-López, U. Pascual, and P. Bose. Gender perspectives in resilience, vulnerability and adaptation to global environmental change. Ambio 45, Supplement 3
Forthcoming (2022) Bose, P. Films as Human Rights: Through a Lens of Indigenous Peoples' Forest Food. In Ed. Vol Weernart, B. 'Applied Human Rights' Wageningen Academic Publisher.
2020 Bose, P. Forest foods for tribal in selected regions of India and their sustainability. In Ed. Vol. Prakash, J et al. 'Nutritional and Health Aspects of Traditional and Ethnic Foods' Elsevier Publications
2018. Bose, P. India's Right to Food Act: Human Rights for Tribal Communities' Forest Food. In Ed. Vol. Urazbaeva, A., Szaikowska, A., Wernaart, B., Franssens, N.T., and Vaskoska, R.S. 'The Functional Field of Food Law' pp. 55-72. Wageningen Academic Press. ISBN 978-90-8686-334-1.
2016, van Dijk, H and Bose, P. Dryland landscapes: Forest management, gender and social diversity in Asia and Africa. In Ed. Vol. P. Bose and van Dijk H. (Eds.). Dryland Forests: Management, Gender and Social Diversity in Asia and Africa. Switzerland, Springer Publication. ISBN 978-3-319-19405-9.