• Chair, Hawai‘i Historic Places Review Board
• Member, Executive Committee, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Hawai‘i
• Member, University of Hawai‘i Humanities Council
• Editorial Board, Damrong Vichakarn Journal, Silpakorn University
• Member, Preservation History and Theory Committee, ICOMOS
• Member, Vernacular Architecture Committee, ICOMOS
• Member, Historic Town Committee, ICOMOS
• Board of Advisors, Friends of Waipahu Cultural Garden Park
SCHOLARSHIPS, GRANTS AND AWARDS
• Historic Hawai‘i Foundation, President’s Commendation for Extraordinary Service, 2012
• College of Arts and Humanities, University of Hawai‘i, Excellence in Teaching Award, 2012
• Historic Hawai‘i Foundation, Frank Haines Award for Lifetime Contributions to the Field, 2011
• Historic Hawai‘i Foundation Commendation, 2009, 2010
• Getty Foundation, Campus Heritage Grant Program, co-principal investigator 2007-08
• Fulbright Senior Specialist award, Bangkok, Thailand, 2006
• Toyota Foundation, research grants, 2004, 2005, 2006
• U.S. National Park Service, research and teaching grants, 2006-2009, 2111-2014
• Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Hawai`i, travel grants, 2006, 2011
• A Heritage of Ruins: The Ancient Sites of Southeast Asia and their Conservation. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2013.
• Ethnology in the Museum: August Pitt Rivers and the Beginnings of British Anthropology. Under review.
• Asia Conserved II: Lessons Learned from the Asia-Pacific Awards Program (2005-2009). Bangkok: UNESCO, 2013. With Montira Unakul.
• “Neat, Roomy and Well-Kept…” The Story of Hawai‘i’s First Volcano House(s), 1844-1940. Occasional Papers, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kilauea, Hawai‘i, in press.
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS/ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES
• The Decision to Intervene: The Aims of Owners and Stakeholders in Heritage Conservation. In William Chapman and Montira Unakul, eds., Asia Conserved (2005-2009): Lessons Learned from the Asia-Pacific Awards Program. Bangkok: UNESCO, 2013, pp. 7-18.
• Appropriate Scales of Intervention: Conservation Guidelines and their Impacts on Decision-Making. With Spencer Leineweber. In William Chapman and Montira Unakul eds., Asia Conserved (2005-2009): Lessons Learned from the Asia-Pacific Awards Program. Bangkok: UNESCO, 2013, pp.28-39.
• Nineteen-century Evolutionary Anthropology. In R. Jon McGee and Richard L. Warms, ed., Theory in Social and Cultural Anthropology (London: Sage Publications, 2013).
• Angkor on the World Stage: Conservation in the Colonial and Postcolonial Eras. In Kapila Dharmasena Silva and Neel Kamal Chapagain, eds., Managing Asian Heritage: Contexts, Concerns and Prospects. London: Routledge, 2013), pp. 215-35.
• Architecture: Southeast Asia. In Peter N. Stearns, ed. Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern World. New York: Oxford University Press, 2008.
• Art: Southeast Asia. In Peter N. Stearns, ed. Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern World. New York: Oxford University Press, 2008.
• Appropriate Use: Assessing Continuity and Meaning. In Richard Engelhardt, ed., Conserving Asia: Lessons Learned from the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Awards Program. Bangkok: UNESCO and the Lord Wilson Heritage Trust, 2007, pp. 13-20.
PROFESSIONAL, SCHOLARLY AND JURIED AND/OR REFEREED JOURNALS
• Ruins and their Settings: The Landscape Component in the Interpretation of Ancient Sites. AHMT: Architectural Management and Tourism [Silpakorn University Journal, International Program in Architectural Heritage Management and Tourism] scheduled for August 2014.
• The Plaza d’Espagna, Hagatna, Guam: A Study in Cultural Landscapes. AHMT: Architectural Management and Tourism [Silpakorn University Journal, International Program in Architectural Heritage Management and Tourism] Number 2 (March 2012), 1-24.
• The British in Burma: Pagan and Other Sites during the Colonial Era, 1852-1942. “Na Jua:” The Journal of the Faculty Architecture Silpakorn University 24 (2009-10), 183-203.
• The Conservation of Monumental Archaeological Sites in Southeast Asia: Part II, Management, Planning and Educational Needs. “Na Jua:” The Journal of the Faculty Architecture Silpakorn University 23 (2008-09), 245-268.
• The Conservation of Monumental Archaeological Sites in Southeast Asia: Part I, Key Technical Issues and Needs. “Na Jua:” The Journal of the Faculty Architecture Silpakorn University 22 (2007-08), 209-18.
• Authenticity, Tradition, Conservation and New Design: A View from the U.S. In Proceedings: Old-New: Rethinking Architecture in Asia. 8th Annual Silpakorn Architectural Discourse 2009 Symposium, August 20-21, 2009. Bangkok: Silpakorn University, 2010, pp. 33-48.
• A Heritage in Peril: Historic Cities and Towns in Asia and the Pacific. In Beijing Forum Organizing Committee, Beijing Forum 2007: The Inspiration of Human Heritage on the Progress of Civilizations, November 2-4, 2007. Beijing: Beijing Forum, 2007, pp.162-195.
• The Cultural Landscapes of Thailand and their Protection: A Difficult Challenge for Heritage Conservators. In ISALS: Architecture in the Land of Suvarnabhumi; Silpakorn University International Conference. Bangkok: Silpakorn University, 2007, pp. 355-380.
• Thailand’s Historic Towns: Is There a Chance They Can Be Saved? Fulbright Thailand Newsletter, 16 (August 2006), 11-12.
• Historic Preservation Field School Assists Hawai‘i Capital Cultural District Efforts. Historic Hawaii Newsletter, 15, 4 (October 2005), 2.
• Review, World Heritage and Beyond: Circumstances and Implications of UNESECO Listings in Cambodia, Göttingen Studies in Cultural Property, Universitätverlag Göttingen, Göttingen, Germany, 2011, ed. by Brigitta Hauser-Schäublin. Anthropos, 108, 2 (2013), 659-60.
• Review, Objects of Culture: Ethnology and Ethnographic Museums in Imperial Germany, by H. Glenn Penny. Isis: Journal of the History of Science Society 96, 1 (March 2005), 136-37.
• Hawai‘i Modernism Context Study. With Louis Fung, Tonia Moy, Mayu Ohama and Don Hibbard. Honolulu and San Francisco: Historic Hawai‘i Foundation and National Trust for Historic Preservation, Western Regional Office, 2011.
• The Hawai‘i Capital Cultural District: Proposal for a National Heritage Area. Honolulu: Hawai‘i Capital Cultural District Coalition, 2008.