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*SOUTHEAST ASIA*
Abuza, Zachary (2002), Tentacles of terror: Al Qaeda's Southeast Asian network. Contemporary Southeast Asia, Dec 24(3): 427-65.

Abaza, Mona (1991), “The discourse on Islamic fundamentalism in the Middle East and Southeast Asia: a critical perspective, Sojourn, 6(2): 203-239.

Ahmad, Muhammad Saleem (1980), “Islam in Southeast Asia: a study of emergence and growth in Malaysia and Indonesia,” Islamic studies. 19(2): 134-141.

Ahmed, Akbar S (1989), “Islam and Society in Southeast Asia,” American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences 6: 340-344 D

Alisjahbana, S. Takdir (1984), “Islamic thought and culture in Southeast Asia,” Mizan 1(1): 35-43.

Anomymous (1990), “Beyond the narrow-minded path: a broader approach to rights of the religious minorities,” Aliran Monthly, 10(10): 14-16.

Bacho, Peter (1987), “The Muslim secessionist movement,” (The Pacific Basin) Journal of International Affairs, 41(1):153-164 Summer-Fall

Bentley, G. Carter (1986), “Indigenous States of Southeast Asia,” Annual Review of Anthropology, 15: 275-305.

Bowen, John R. (1996), 'Religion in the Proper Sense of the Word': Law and Civil Society in Islamicist Discourse,” Anthropology Today, 12(4) : 12-14 (Aug.)

Bruinessen, Martin van (1987), “New Perspectives on Southeast Asian Islam?,” Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde, 143(4): 519-538.

Clammer, John (1986), “Weber and Islam in Southeast Asia,” Journal of developing societies 1(1): 224-236.

Chang, Yusuf , Haji (1988), “The Ming Empire: patron of Islam in China and Southeast and West Asia,” Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society LXI(2) 1-44

Day, Tony (1996), “Ties That (Un)Bind: Families and States in Premodern Southeast Asia,” Journal of Asian Studies, 55(2): 384-409 (May).

Dijk, Kees van (1998), “Dakwah and indigenous culture: the dissemination of Islam,” Bijdragen Tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Leiden) 154(2): 218-235.

Evangelista, Oscar L (1971), “Some aspects of the history of Islam in Southeast Asia,” Silliman journal 18(2) :180-189.

Federspiel, Howard M. (1985), “Islam and development in the nations of ASEAN,” Asian Survey, 25(8): 805-821.

Federspiel, Howard M. (1991), “An introduction to Qur’anic commentaries in contemporary Southeast Asia,” Muslim World, 81(2): 149-165.

Feener RM (1998), “A re-examination of the place of al-Hallaj in the development of Southeast Asian Islam,” Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde, 154 (4): 571-592.

Ferderspiel, Howard M. (1977), “Islam and nationalism,” Indonesia, 24: 39-85.

Fuller, Graham (2002), “The future of political Islam,” Foreign Affairs, 81(2): 48-+Mar-Apr.

Gallagher, Charles F (1966), “Southeast Asia,” Muslim World 56: 257-262 Oct.

Gee, John (2003), “SE Asian anti-war protests: slow to start, strong when they came. (Islam and the Middle East in the Far East),” Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, 22(4): 46-7 May.

Gershman, J. “Is Southeast Asia the second front?,” Foreign affairs (Council on Foreign Relations) 81(4): 60-74

Gunn, Geoffrey C. (1986), “Radical Islam in Southeast Asia: Rhetoric and reality in the Middle Eastern connection,” Journal of contemporary Asia. 16(1): 30-54.

Hill, A H (1960), “Beginnings of Islam in the Far East,” Journal of Religious History 1: 72-87 Dec.

Hooker, M.B. (1988), “Islam and Islamic legal history in Southeast Asia,” Journal of Asian Studies, 47(1): 91-92.

Horvatich, Patricia (1994), “Ways of knowing Islam,” American Ethnologist, 21

Hussein Onn, Datuk (1980), “Muktamar Dakwar Islamiyah (Islamic Missionary Conference) for Southeast Asia and the Pacific,” Foreign Affairs Malaysia, 13(1): 53-55

Hussin Mutalib (1990), “Islamic revivalism in ASEAN states,” 30(9): Asian Survey, 877-891 Sept

Ibrahim, Ahmad (1973), “The administration of Muslim law in South-East Asia,” Islamic culture (Hyderabad) 47(1):37-55, (Jan).

John, A. H. (1995), “Surfism in Southeast Asia: reflection and reconsideration,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 26: 169-33

Johns, Anthony H. (1993), “Islamization in Southeast Asia, T¯onan Ajia kenky¯u. [South East Asian studies], 31(1): 43-61.

Johns, Anthony H. (1993), “Islam in Southeast Asia: reflections and new directions,” Indonesia, 19:31-52.

Jones DM, Smith MLR (2002), “Islamism in Southeast Asia - Islamists defeat Asian way,” World today 58 (6): 12-14 Jun.

Jones, G. W. (1997), “Modernization and divorce: contrasting trends in Islamic Southeast Asia and the West,” Population and Development Review, 23: 95-114.

Keyes, Charles F. (2002), “Presidential address: "The peoples of Asia" - Science and politics in the classification of ethnic groups in Thailand, China, and Vietnam,” Journal of Asian Studies, 61(4): 1163-1203 NOV

Kozlowski Gregory C. (1997), “Islamic law in contemporary Southeast Asia,” Muslim World, 87(3-4): 221-34 July-Oct.

Kroef, Van der Justus M 1982, “The political texture of Islam in Southeast Asia.” Journal of Dharma 7: 56-72 Jan-Mar.

Kurlantzick, Joshua (2002), “Tilting at dominos: America and Al Qaeda in Southeast Asia,” Current History, 101(659): 421-6 Dec.

Lieberman, Victor (1997), “ Transcending East-West dichotomies: state and culture formation in six ostensibly disparate areas [Burma, Siam, Vietnam, France, Russia and Japan],” Modern Asian Studies (London) 31(pt.3): 463-546 (Jul).

Mabry, Tristan James (1998), “Modernization, nationalism, and Islam: an examination of Ernest Gellner's writings on Muslim society with reference to Indonesia and Malaysia,” Ethnic and Racial Studies (Henley-on-Thames, England) 21(1): 64-88 Jan.

MacDonald SB, Lemco J (2002), “Political Islam in Southeast Asia,”
Current history 101 (658): 388-392 Nov.

Malik, Jamal (1997), “Dynamics among traditional religious scholars and their institutions in contemporary Southeast Asia. Jamal Muslim World, 87(3-4): 199-221 July-Oct.

May, R.J. (1992), “The religious factor in three minority movements: the Moro of the Philippines, the Malays of Thailand, and Indonesia's West Papuans,” Contemporary Southeast Asia (Singapore) 13(4): 396-414 (Mar).

Muhaimin, Yahya (1990) "Muslim Traders: The Stillborn Bourgeoisie," Prisma 49: 83-90.

May, Ron (1990) "Ethnic Separatism in Southeast Asia", Pacific Viewpoint 31(2):39

Means, Gordon (1987), “Women’s rights and public policy in Islam: report of a conference,” Asian Survey, 27(3): 340-354.

Morgan SP, Stash S, Smith HL, Mason KO (2002) “Muslim and non-Muslim differences in female autonomy and fertility: Evidence from four Asian countries,” Population and Development Review 28 (3): 515-+ Sep.

Mulder, J.A., Niels (1970), “A comparative note on Thai and Javanese world view as expressed by religious practice and belief,” Journal of the Siam Society, 58 pt 2: 79-85, July.

Musa, Abdul Samat (1994) Human rights: an overview of Islamic dimensions Islamiyat, (Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia) 15: 49-70.

Nash, Manning (1984), “Fundamentalist Islam: reservoir for turbulence,” Journal of Asian and African studies 19:73-70 Jan-Apr.

Nakamura, Mitsuo (1993), “Islam in South-East Asia,” Journal of Islamic Studies 4: 265-267 Jul.

Riddell, P. G. (1990), “The use of Arabic commentaries on the Qur’an in the early Islamic period in South and Southeast Asia,” Indonesia Circle, 51: 3-19.

Roff, W. R. (1985), “Islam obscured? Some reflections on studies of Islam and society in Southeast Asia,” Archipel (Paris) 29: 7-35

Rutherford D (2002), “After syncretism: The anthropology of Islam and Christianity in southeast Asia. A review article,” Comparative studies in society and history, 44 (1): 196-205 Jan.

Scott, James C. (1972), “The Erosion of Patron-Client Bonds and Social Change in Rural Southeast Asia,” Journal of Asian Studies, 32(1): 5-37 (Nov.)

Searle, Peter (2002), “Ethno-religious conflicts: rise or decline? Recent developments in Southeast Asia,” Contemporary Southeast Asia, 24(1): 1-11 Apr.

Siddique, Sharon (1980), “Contemporary Islamic development in ASEAN,” Southeast Asian affairs 78-90.

Steenbrink K (2002), “Islam and civil society in Southeast Asia by Mitsuo N, Siddique S, Bajunid OF,” Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 158 (2): 354-356.

Tan, A. (2001), “Armed Muslim separatist rebellion in Southeast Asia: persistence, prospects, and implications,” Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 23(4): 267-288.

Tamney, Joseph B. (1977), “Muslim and Christian attitudes towards fasting in Southeast Asia,” Review of religious research. 19(1): 3-15.

Tamney, Joseph B. (1980), “Fasting and modernization,” Journal for the scientific study of religion. 19: 129-137.

Tibbetts, G. R. (1957), “Early Muslim traders in Southeast Asia,” Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. 30(1): 1-45

Trocki, C.A. (1980), “Islam: threat to ASEAN regional unity,” Current history. 78(456):149-153, 181-182.

Von der Mehden, Fred R. (1980), “Religion and development in Southeast Asia: a comparative study [Buddhism, Islam],” World Development (Oxford) 8(7-8 ): 545-533 (Jul-Aug)

Wahid, Abdurrahman (1975), “Making Islamic law conducive to development,” Prisma: Indonesian Journal of Social and Economic Affairs (Jakarta) 1(2 ): 87-94 (Nov).

Wahid, Abdurrahman (1985), “The Islamic masses in the life of state and nation,” Prisma: Indonesian Journal of Social and Economic Affairs (Jakarta) 35: 3-11 (Mar).

Wilson, Robin (2002), An authority on Islam explores religion, ethnography, and history, R. Michael Feener, University of California, Riverside; Rising Stars)(Rising Stars) The Chronicle of Higher Education, 49(3): A11-13 Sept 13

*CROSS COUNTRY*
Azra, A. (1999), “The transmission of al-Manar’s reformism to the Malay-Indonesian world: the cases of al-Imam and al-Manir,” Studia Islamika 6(3): 75-100.

Echols, John M. (1978), “Presidential Address. Dictionaries and Dictionary Making: Malay and Indonesian,” Journal of Asian Studies, 38(1): 11-24 (Nov.)

Hamayotsu K (2002), “Islam and nation building in Southeast Asia: Malaysia and Indonesia in comparative perspective,” Pacific Affairs 75 (3): 353-+ Fall.

John, A. H. (1981), “From coastal settlements to Islamic school and city: Islamization in Sumatra, the Malay Peninsular and Java,” Hamdard Islamicus, 4(4): 3-28.

Mabry TJ (1998), “Modernization, nationalism and Islam: an examination of Ernest Gellner's writings on Muslim society with reference to Indonesia and Malaysia,” Ethnic and racial studies 21 (1): 64-88 Jan.

Siddique, Sharon and Leo Suryadinata (1981-1982), “Bumiputra and Pribumi: Economic Nationalism (Indiginism) in Malaysia and Indonesia,” Pacific Affairs, 54(4): 662-687 Winter.

*ISLAM IN GENERAL*
Andriolo, Karin R (1998), “Gender and the cultural construction of good and bad suicides,” (Special Issue: Gender, Culture and Suicidal Behavior) Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 28(1): 37-49 Spr.

Billings, Dwight B. and Shaunna L. Scott (1994), “Religion and Political Legitimation,” Annual Review of Sociology, 20: 173-202.

Desker, B. (2002), “Islam and society in South-East Asia after 11 September,”
Australian Journal of International Affairs, 56 (3): 383-394 Nov.

Euben, Roxanne L. (1997), “Comparative Political Theory: An Islamic Fundamentalist Critique of Rationalism,” Journal of Politics, 59(1): 28-55 (Feb.)

Eickelman, Dale F. (1978), “The art of memory: Islamic knowledge and its social reproduction,” Comparative studies in society and history 20: 485-516.

Esposito JL, and JO Voll (2000), “Islam and the west: Muslim voices of dialogue,”
Millennium. Journal of international studies 29 (3): 613-+

Fish, M. Steven (2002), “Islam and Authoritarianism,” World Politics, 55(1): 4-37 (Oct.).

Gade AM (2002), “Taste, talent, and the problem of internalization: A Qur'anic study in religious musicality from Southeast Asia,” History of Religions, 41 (4): 328-368 May.

Gaffney, P. D. (1992), “Popular Islam,” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 524: 38-51 Nov.

Hefner RW (2001), “Public Islam and the problem of democratization,” Sociology of religion 62 (4): 491-514 Win.

Keddie, Nikki R. (1969), “Pan-Islam as Proto-Nationalism,”Journal of Modern History, 41(1): 17-28 Mar.

Khadduri, Majid (1956), “Islam and the Modern Law of Nations,” American Journal of International Law, 50(2): 358-372 Apr.

Qureshi, Tufail Ahmad (1987), “Methodologies of social change and Islamic law, Hamad Islamicus, 10(2): 3-34.

Salame, Ghassan (1993), “Islam and the West,” Foreign Policy 90: 22, Spring.

Siddiqui, Muhammad Yasin Mazher (1987), “Economic imbalances and the role of Islam – an essay in Qur’anic interpretation” Hamad Islamicus 10(2): 35-46.

Zaman, S. M. (1987), “The challenge of the Qur’an – the first fifteen years,” Hamad Islamicus 10(2): 65-84

*ETHNIC RELATIONS*
Akerman, S. F. and R. L M. Lee (1988), “Theory, national policy and management of minority cultures,” Southeast Asian journal of social science, 16(2): 132-142.

Hagendoorn, Louk (1993), “Ethnic categorization and outgroup expclusion: cultural values and social stereotypes in the construction of ethnic hierarchy, Ethnic and racial studies 16(1): 26-51.

Hraba, J. and E. Hoiberg (1983), “Ideational origins of modern theories of ethnicity: individual freedom vs organizational growth, sociological quarterly, 24:381-391.

Nagata, Judith (1974), “What is Malay? Situation selection of ethnic identity in plural society,” American Ethnologist, 1(2): 331-350.

*BURMA*
Ahsan, Syed Aziz al (1993), “Burma’s iron hand towards ethnic minorities, the Rohinya plight,” Asian Profile, 21(4): 312.

Ba Tha (Bathiduang) (1960 “Rowengyese in Arakan,” Guardian (Rangoon), 7: 33-36 (May).

Ba Tha (Bathiduang) (1959), “Shah Shuja in Arakan: origins of Muslims in Arakan,” Guardian (Rangoon), 6: 26-28 (Sept).

Charney, Michael W. (1998) “Crisis and reformation in a maritime kingdom of Southeast Asia: forces of instability and political disintegration in western Burma (Arakan), 1603-1701,” Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient (Leiden) 41, pt.2: 185-219 (May).

Charney, Michael W. (2000), “A reinvestigation of Konbuang-era Burman historiography on the relationship between Arakan and Ava (Upper Burma),” Journal of Asian History (Wiesbaden) 34: 53-68.

Devon, Tonia K. (1980), “Burma’s Muslim minority: out of the shadows?,” Southeast Asia Chronicle, 75: 27-28.

Forbes, Andrew D W (1988), “History of Panglong, 1875-1900 : a "Panthay" (Chinese Muslim) settlement in the Burmese Wa States,” Muslim World 78: 38-50 Jan.

Hanks, Lucien M Jr. (1949), “The quest for individual autonomy in Burmese personality with particular reference to the Arakan,” Psychiatry: Journal for the Study of Interpersonal Processes, 12, pp. 285-300.

Khin Khin Su (1954), “Marriage in the Burmese Muslim Community,” Journal of the Burma Research Society, 36: 25-33.

Longmuir, Marilyn (1998), “Footnote to Burmese economic history: the rise and decline of the Arakan oil fields,” Journal of Burma Studies (DeKalb, IL) 3: 47-76.

Matthew, Bruce (1995), “Religious minorities in Myanmar: hints of the shadow,” Contemporary South Asia, 4(3): 299.

Mendelson, E. M. (1960), “Religion and authority in modern Burma, World Today, 16: 110-118.

Razvi, Mujtaba (1978), “The problem of the Burmese Muslims,” Pakistan Horizon (Karachi) 31(4): 82-93.

Serajuddin, Alamgir Muhammad (1986), “Muslim influence in the Arakan and Muslim names of Arakan kings: a reassessment,” Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, 31: 17-23.

Smith, Martin (1986), “Burma's Muslim borderland: sold down the river,” Inside Asia (London) 9: 5-7 (Jul-Aug).

Siddiq Khan, M. (1936-37), “Muslim intercourse with Burma,” Islamic Culture, Vol. 10 July and Vol. 11 Apr.

van Schendel, Willem (1992), “The Invention of the "Jummas": State Formation and Ethnicity in Southeastern Bangladesh,” Modern Asian Studies (London) 26, pt.1 95-128 (Feb).

Win, U. (1958), “Religion as a factor of cultural difference,” Guardian, 5:33-34, Rangoon.

Yegar, Moshe (1966), “The Muslims of Burma since independence,” Asian and African studies, Jerusalem, 2.

*CAMBODIA*
Bayly, S. (2000), “French anthropology, and the Durkeinmians in colonial Indochina, Modern Asian Studies, 34(3): 581-622 Jul.

Jaspan, M. A. (1970), “Recent developments among the Cham of Indo-China: the revival of Champa,” Asian Affairs, 57(2): 170-176.

Kiernan, Ben (1990), “The Survival of Cambodia's Ethnic Minorities,” Cultural Survival Quarterly (CSQ), 14(3): 64.

Kiernan, Ben (1988), Orphans of genocide: the Cham Muslims of Kampuchea under Pol Pot Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars (Cambridge, MA) 20(4): 2-33 (Oct-Dec).

Manquin, Pierre-Yves (1985), “The introduction of Islam to Champa,” Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 58(1): 1-28.

Marrison, Geoffrey E. (1975), “The Cham language and its relationship to Malay,” Journal of the Malaysian branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 48(2):52-59.

Marrison, Geoffrey E. (1951), “The Chams of Malacca,” Journal of the Malaysian branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 24(1): 90-98.

Scupin, Raymond (1995), “Historical, ethnographic, and contemporary political analyses of the Muslims of Kampuchea and Vietnam,” Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia (Singapore) 10(2): 301-328 (Oct ).

*INDONESIA* [Java] [Sumatra] [Kalimantan] [Sulawesi] [Other]

Abdillah, Masykuri (1996), “Theological responses to the concepts of democracy and human rights: the case of contemporary Indonesian Muslim intellectuals,” Studia Islamika, 3(1): 1-42.

Abdullah, Taufik (1994), “History, political images and cultural encounter: the Dutch in the Indonesian Archipelago,” Studia Islamika, 1(3): 1-24.

Abdul Hadi W. M. (1985), “The contribution of Islam to Indonesia culture and the challenges of modernism,” Prisma: Indonesian Journal of Social and Economic Affairs (Jakarta), 35 :120-131 (Mar 1).

Abusshok, Ahmad Ibrahim (2001), “A Sudanese scholar in the diaspora: life and career of Ahmad Muhammad al-Surkitt I in Indonesia, Studia Islamika, 9(1): 55-86.

Ali-Fauzi, Ihsan (2002), “On being a Marxist Muslim: reading Hasan Raid’s autobiography, Studia Islamika, 9(1): 107-138.

Amiq (1998), “Two Fatwas on Jihad against the Dutch colonization in Indonesia: a prosopographical approach to the study of Fatwa,” Studia Islamika 5(3): 77124.

Anderson, Benedict R. O'G. (1983), “Old State, New Society: Indonesia's New Order in Comparative Historical Perspective,” Journal of Asian Studies, 42(3): 477-496 (May).

Anonymous (1995), “Harmony among believers of living faiths: Christians and Muslims in Southeast Asia,” Religiosa Indonesian Journal on Religious Harmony (Yogyakarta) 1(1): 91-95 (Aug).

Anonymous (1988), Will the real HMI stand up? ,” Tapol (London, England : 1973) 88: 14 (Aug).

Anonymous (1987), “The Usroh movement,” Tapol (London, England : 1973) 79: 2-4 (Feb).

Anonymous (1981), “Islamisation of Indonesia: India's role-report of a seminar,” Bulletin of the Institute of Traditional Cultures (Madras) (Jan-Dec) 109-116

Anonymous (1959), “The religious life of Indonesia,” Asian Review, 55: 309-313, London : East India Association, 1953-1966.

Ariyanto A (2002) “Intergroup attribution bias in the context of Christian-Muslim conflict in Indonesia,” Australian journal of psychology 54 (2): 110-111 Aug.

Azra, Azyumardi (2000), “The transmission of al-Mana’s reformism to the Malay-Indonesian world: the cases of al-Imam and a-Munir,” Studia Islamika, 6(3): 5650.

Azra, Azyumardi (2000), “The sarau and the early reform movement in Minangkabau,” Mizan (Jakarta, Indonesia), 3(2): 64-85.

Azra, Azyumardi (2000), “The Indies Chinese and Sarakat Islam: an account of the anti-Chinese riots in Colonial Indonesia,” Studia Islamika, 1(1): 25-54.

Azra, Azyumardi (2000), “Islam in Indonesian foreign policy: assessing impacts of Islamic revivalism during Soeharto era,” Studia Islamika, 7(3): 1-29.

Bahasoan, Awad (1985), “The Islamic reform movement: an interpretation and criticism,” Prisma: Indonesian Journal of Social and Economic Affairs (Jakarta) 35: 131-161 (Mar)

Bakker, D. (1968), "Active Islam: some aspects of the major Indonesian religious,” South East Asia journal of theology, 9(3): 44-50, Jan

Babcock, Tim, (1981), “Muslim Minahasans with roots in Java: the People of Kampung Jawa Tondano, Indonesia, 32: 74-92

Barnes, R H (1995), “Lamakera, Solor: ethnohistory of a Muslim whaling village of eastern Indonesia,” Anthropos (Salzburg, Austria) 90(4-6): 497-509.

Barton, Greg (1995), “Neo-Modernism: a vital synthesis of traditionalist and modernist Islamic thought in Indonesia,” Studia Islamika, 2(3): 1-75.

Barton, Greg (1997), “Indonesia's Nurcholish Madjid and Abdurrahman Wahid as Intellectual ulama : The meeting of Islamic traditionalism and Modernism in neo-Modernist thought.,” Islam & Christian Muslim relations. 8 323-350 Oct.

Beatty, A. (1996), “Adam and Eve and Vishnu: syncretism in the Javanese slamentan,” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 2: 271-88.

Benda, H. J. (1965), “Continuity and change in Indonesian Islam,” Asian and African studies (Jerusalem), 1: 123-138.

Benda, Harry J. (1958), “Christiaan Snouck Hurgronje and the Foundations of Dutch Islamic Policy in Indonesia,” Journal of Modern History, 30(4): 338-347 (Dec.).

Benda, Harry J., (1955), “Indonesia Islam under the Japanese occupation, Pacific Affairs, 28: 350-362.

Binder, Leonard (1960), “The Islam tradition and politics: the Kijaji and the Alim (a comment on Clifford Geertz’s The Javanese Kijaji),” Comparative studies in society and history, 2(2):250-256, June

Bowen John R. (2000), “Consensus and suspicion: Judicial reasoning and social change in an Indonesian society 1960-1994,” Law and society review 34 (1): 97-127.

Bowen, John R. (1998), “Qur’an, justice and gender: internal debates in Indonesian Islamic Jurisprudence,” History of religions 38(1): 52-78.

Bowen, John R (1989), “Salat in Indonesia : the social meanings of an Islamic ritual,”. Man ns 24(4): 600-619 Dec.

Bowen, John R. (1986), “On the Political Construction of Tradition: Gotong Royong in Indonesia,” Journal of Asian Studies, 45(3): 545-561 (May)

Braginsky, V. I. (1993), “Universe-man-text: the Sufi concept of literature (with special reference to Malay Sufism), Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde, 30: 119-132.

Brenner, Suzanne (1996), “Reconstructing self and society: Javanese Muslim women and ‘the veil’,” American ethnologist, 23(3): 673-697.

Bruinessen M Van 1998 “Islam in Indonesia: A survey of events and developments from 1988 to March 1993. by Aqsha D, van der Meij D, Meuleman JH,”
Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde, 154 (4): 643-645

Bruinessen, Martin van (1994), “The origins and development of Sufi orders (tarekat) in Southeast Asia,” Studia Islamika, 1(1): 1-25.

Bruinessen, Martin van (1995), “Muslim of Dutch East Indies and the caliphate question,” Studia Islamika, 2(3): 115-140.

Bruinessen, Martin van (1995), “Shari’a court, tareket and pesantren: religious institutions in the Banten sultanate,” Archipel, 50: 165-200.

Bruinessen, Martin van (1999), “Global and local in Indonesian Islam,” T¯onan Ajia kenky¯u. [South East Asian studies], 37(2): 158-175.

Bruinessen, Martin van (1991), “The 28th Congress of the Nahdlatul Ulama: power struggle and social concerns,” Archipel (Paris) 41: 185-200

Brumberg, Daniel (2001), “Dissonant politics in Iran and Indonesia,” Political Science Quarterly, 116(3): 381-411 Fall.

Burhanudin, Jajat (2001), “The making of Islamic political tradition in the Malay world,” Studia Islamika, 8(2) 1-54.

Cammack, Mark (1997), “Indonesia’s 1989 religious judicature act: Islamization of Indonesia or Indonesianization of Islam,” Indonesia (Ithaca, N.Y.), 63: 143-168.

Castles, Lance (1966), “Notes on the Islamic school at Gontor,” Indonesia (Ithaca, N.Y.) 1: 30-45.

Christie, Jan Wisseman (1991), “States without cities: demographic trends in early Java,”
Indonesia (Ithaca, NY) 52: 23-40 (Oct).

Cooley, Frank L (1986), “The Struggle of Islam in Modern Indonesia,” Muslim World 76(2): 138. Apr.

Cummings, W. (2001), “Scripting Islamization: Arabic texts in early modern Makassar,” Ethnohistory, 48(4): 559-586.

Dale, Stephen Federic (1988), “Religious suicide in Islamic Asia: anti colonial terrorism in India, Indonesia and the Philippines,” Journal of Conflict Resolution, 32: 37-59.

Davis, Michael (2002), Laskar Jihad and the political position of conservative Islam in Indonesia, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 24(1):12-32 Apr.

Dijk, C. van (1996), “Ulama and politics,” Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde, 152(1): 109-143.

Dijk, C. van (1991), “The reactualization of Islam in Indonesia,” Review of Indonesian and Malaysian affairs. 25(2): 75-83.

Dijk, C. van (1984), “Islam and socio political conflicts in Indonesian history,” Social Compass, 31(1): 5-25.

Dijk, Cees van (1984), “Major political developments in Indonesian in the second half of 1983 and the first half of 1984: the Nahdatul Ulama prepares for a national congress,” Review of Indonesian and Malayan Affairs (Sydney) 18 (Sum) 131-157.

Dijk, Cees van (1983), “Survey of major developments in Indonesia-June 1982 to June 1983: the Nahdatul Ulama crisis and the General Session of People's Congress,” Review of Indonesian and Malayan Affairs (Sydney) 17(1-2): 230-279.

Dobbin, Christine (1994), “Accounting for the failure of the Muslim Javanese business class: examples from Ponorogo and Tulungagung (c.1880-1940), Archipel, 48: 87-101.

Drews, G. W. J. (1968), “New lights on the coming of Islam to Indonesia?,” Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde, 124(4): 433-459

Effendy, Baktiar (1995), “Islam and the state in Indonesia: Munawir Sjadzali and the development of new underpinning of political Islam,” Studia Islamika, 2(2): 97-121.

Faud, Muhammad (2002), “Civil society in Indonesia: the potential and limits of Muhammadiyah,” SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 17(2):n/a (Oct )

Federspiel, Howard M. (1991), “Muslim intellectuals and Indonesia’s national development,” Asian Survey, 31: 232-246.

Federspiel, Howard M. (1991), “The social and political language of Indonesian Islam: the case of Al-Muslimun,” Indonesia (Ithaca, N.Y.)38: 55-73.

Federspiel, Howard M. (1990), “A note on three reference works on Indonesian Islam,” Indonesia (Ithaca, N.Y.) 50: 163-164.

Federspiel, Howard M. (1977), “Islam and nationalism,” Indonesia (Ithaca, N.Y.) 24: 39-85

Federspiel, Howard M. (1973), “The Military and Islam in Sukarno's Indonesia,” Pacific Affairs, 46(3): 407-420 (Autumn).

Federspiel, Howard M. (1970), “The Muhammadijah: a study on an orthodox Islamic movement in Indonesia,” Indonesia, 10: 57-80.

Feillard, Andree (1999), “Female circumcision in Indonesia: to “Islamize” in ceremony or secrecy,” Archipel, 56: 337-367.

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Hirokoshi, Hiroko (1984), “Islamic scholasticism, social conflicts and political power, corporate and non corporate featured of Islamic learned men in West Java,” Social compass, 31(1): 75-89.

Hirokoshi, Hiroko (1975), “The Dar'ul Islam movement in West Java (1948-62): An experience in the historical process,” Indonesia 20: 58-86.

Hisyam, Muhamad (2000), “Islam and Dutch colonial administration: the case of panghulu in Java,” Studia Islamika, 7(1): 91-118.

Kathirithamby-Wells, J (1986), “The Islamic city : Melaka to Jogjakarta, c 1500-1800,” Modern Asian studies. 20(2): 333-351Apr.

Keeler, Ward (1998), “Style and authority in Javanese Muslim sermons,” Australian Journal of Anthropology, 9(2):163-178 Aug.

Kim, Hyung-Jun (1998), “Unto You Your Religion and Unto Me My Religion: Muslim-Christian Relations in a Javanese Village,” SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 13(1): 62 Apr.

Lukens-Bull, Ronald A.. (2001), “Two sides of the same coin: modernity and tradition in Islamic education in Indonesia,” Anthropology & Education, 32(3): 350-72, Sept

Masson, Sophie (2003), “The numinous and the narrow: Java and the Islamists,” (Asia). Quadrant, May 47(5): 32-6.

Miyazaki, Koji (2000), “Javanese-Malay: between adaptation and alienation,” Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia (Singapore) 15(1): 76-99 (Apr).

Muhaimin, A. G. (1999), “The morphology of adat: the celebration of Islamic holy day in north coast Java,” Studia Islamika, 6(3): 101-130.

Munir, Lily Zakiyah (2002), “He is your garment and you are his ...": religious precepts, interpretations, and power relations in marital sexuality among Javanese Muslim women,” Sojourn, Oct 17(2): 191-220.

Newland, Lynda (2001), “Syncretism and the politics of the tingkeban in West Java,” Australian Journal of Anthropology, 12(3): 312-26, Dec.

Newland, Lynda (2000), “Under the banner of Islam: mobilizing religious identities in West Java, Australian journal of anthropology 11(2): 199-211.

Nieuwenhuijze, C. A. O. van (1950), “The Dar ul-Islam Movement in Western Java,”
Pacific Affairs, 23(2): 169-183 (Jun.).

Pranowo, B. (1994) “Islam and party politics in rural Java,” Studia Islamika l(2):3-19.

Ricklefs, M.C. (1992) “Unity and disunity in Javanese political and religious thought of the eighteenth century,” Modern Asian Studies, 26(4): 663-78 Oct.

Ricklefs, M.C. (1984) “Islam in Java; cultural encounter,” History Today, 34: 23-30 Nov

Smith-Hefner, Nancy J. (1989), “A Social History of Language Change in Highland East Java,” Journal of Asian Studies, 48(2): 257-271 (May).

Sidney R (1981), “Arabic instruction and literacy in Javanese Muslim schools,” Prisma: Indonesian Journal of Social and Economic Affairs (Jakarta) 21: 71-80 (Jun).

Singgih, E G (1997), “Contextualisation and Inter-Religious Relationship in Java : Past and Present,”. Asia journal of theology. 11(2): 248-262 Oct.

Stange, Paul (1984), “The logic of rasa in Java,” Indonesia, 38: 113-134.

Turmudi, Endag (1995), “Religion and politics: a study on political attitudes of devout Muslims and the role of the kyai in contemporary Java,” Southeast Asian journal of social science.23(2): 18-41.

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Walkins, Jacob (1969), “The Moslem – Communist confrontation in East Java, 1964-1965,” Orbis 13(3): 822-847.

Wessing, Robert (1994), “Bangotowa, patogu, and Gaddhyngan: perceptions of the tigers among the Madurese,” Journal of Southeast Asian studies 25(2): 368-380.

Wessing, Robert (1993), “A change in the forest: myth and history in West Java,” Journal of Southeast Asian studies, 24(1):1-17.

Woodward, M.R. (1988), “The slametan: textual knowledge and ritual performance in Central Javanese Islam,” History of Religions 28: 54-89.

*SUMATRA (INCLUDING ACEH)*

Alfian (1976), “The Ulama in Acehnese society: a preliminary observation,” Masyarakat Indonesia 3(1) 1-16 (Jun).

Andaya, Leonard Y. (2001), “Aceh’s contribution to standards of Malayness, Archipel, 61: 29-68, Bandung, SECMI.

Andaya, Leonard Y. (2000), “Unravelling Minangkabau ethnicity,” Itinerario (Leiden) 24(2): 20-43.

Anonymous (2000) A reign of terror in Aceh Tapol (London) 157:1-2 (Apr).

Anonymous (1998), Aceh emerges from years of state terror Tapol (London) 148 :1-6 (Sep).

Anonymous (2000), “Aceh sinks deeper into war, Tapol (London) 156: 5-7 (Jan-Feb).

Anonymous (1997), “Aceh still like a war zone Tapol (London) 143: 17-18, 11 (Oct).

Anonymous (1997) Acehnese asylum bid foiled by British diplomats Tapol (London) 139: 11-12 (Feb).

Anonymous (1998), Acehnese want region demilitarized Tapol (London) 147:25-26 (Jul).

Anonymous (1991), Anti-subversion trials in Aceh Tapol (London) no.103 (Feb) 1-5.

Anonymous (1999), Army brutality reigns supreme in Aceh Tapol (London) 151: 12-14 (Mar).

Anonymous (1999), Army shoots scores of people in Aceh Tapol (London) 151: 11-12 (Mar).

Anonymous (2000), Human rights support committee for Aceh meets Tapol (London) 156 11 (Jan-Feb).

Anonymous (1991), Massacres and public executions in Aceh Tapol (London) 105 1-3 (Jun).

Anonymous (1987), Muslim casualty in Aceh Tapol (London) 82:18 (Aug).

Anonymous (1998), Refugees, prisoners and 'disappeared' in Aceh Tapol (London) 147 23-25 (Jul).

Anonymous (1989), Rumblings in Aceh Tapol (London) 96: 10-11 (Dec).

Anonymous (2000) Seeking justice in Aceh going nowhere; No respite in Aceh killings Tapol (London) 157 : 2-5 (Apr).

Anonymous (1990), Slaughter in Aceh Tapol (London) 102: 1-3 (Dec).

Anonymous (1990), Tensions mounting in Aceh Tapol (London) 100 7-9 (Aug).

Anonymous (1993), Terror in Aceh: ruthless repression by Indonesian forces
Impact (Manila) 28(10): 6-10 (Oct).

Anonymous (1987), Troubles hit transmigration site in Aceh Tapol (London) 82: 8 (Aug).

Anonymous (1999), Turmoil in Aceh escalates Tapol (London) 153: 15-17 (Jul).

Anonymous (1997), Waves of arrests in Aceh Tapol (London) 140: 17, 7 (Apr).

Anonymous (2000), What is Jakarta doing about Aceh? Tapol (London) 156: 8-10 (Jan-Feb).

Beiber, tr.; Westpalm van Hoorn tot Burgh, T.C.R. (1879), “Geography of Achin [Achin=Aceh],” Journal of the Straits Branch, Royal Asiatic Society (Singapore) 3 (Jul) 120-123.

Berman, Peter, et al. (1991), “Maternal tetanus immunization in Aceh Province, Sumatra: the cost-effectiveness of alternative strategies,” Social Science and Medicine (New York) 33(2) 185-192.

Boediono; Hasan, Ibrahim (1974), “An economic survey of D.I. Aceh,” Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (Canberra) 10(2 ) : 35-55 (Jul).

Bollac, Burton (2001), “In Indonesian unrest, a rector searches for middle ground and is murderered,” (Safwan Idris) Chronicle of Higher Education, 47(44): A39(3) July 13,

Bowen, John R. (1993), “A modernist Muslim poetic: irony and social critique in Gayo Islamic verse,” Journal of Asian Studies, 52(3): 629-45 August.

Bowen, John R. (1992), “On scriptural essentialism and ritual variation: Muslim sacrifice in Sumatra and Morocco,” (Imagining Identities: Nation, Culture, and the Past) American Ethnologist, 19(4): 656-21 Nov.

Bowen, John R. (1992), “Elaborating scriptures: Cain and Abel in Gayo society,” Man, 27(3): 495-516 Sept.

Bowen, John R. (1989), “Narrative form and political incorporation: changing uses of history in Aceh, Indonesia,” Comparative Studies in Society and History (New York) 31(4) 671-693 (Oct).

Bowen, John R. (1989), “Poetic duels and political change in the Gayo highlands of Sumatra,” American Anthropologist (Washington, DC) 91(1): 25-40 (Mar).

Bowen, John R. (1984), “Death and the history of Islam in highland Aceh,” Indonesia: 21-38.

Brass-Craigie, (1984), “Elke Arts and crafts in Aceh,” Indonesia Magazine (Jakarta) 11 55-59.

Bruner, Edward M. (1961), “Urbanization and ethnic identity in North Sumatra,” American Anthropologist, 63: 508-521.

Chalk, Peter (2001), Separatism and Southeast Asia: The Islamic Factor in Southern Thailand, Mindanao, and Aceh Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 24(4): 241-269.

Christensen D (2000), “Muslim music of Indonesia, Aceh and West Sumatra - Celestial-Harmonies-13156-2 (Margaret J.Kartomi),” Yearbook for traditional music 32: 218-219.

Cowan, H.K.J (1981) An outline of Achehnese phonology and morphology Bulletin of the School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London (London) 44, pt.3 522-549.

Crecelius, Daniel; Beardow, E.A (1979), A reputed Acehnese Sarakata of the Jamal al-Lail dynasty Journal of the Malaysian Branch, Royal Asiatic Society (Kuala Lumpur) 52, pt.2 51-66 (Dec).

Dobbin, Christine (1998), “Islamic fervour as a manifestation of regional personality in colonial Indonesia: the Kamang area, West Sumatra, 1803-1908, Archipel, 56: 295-317.

Deuster PR (2002), “Survey of recent developments,” Bulletin of Indonesian economic studies 38 (1): 5-37 Apr.

Effendi, Tadjuddin Noer (1979), “Pattern of migration to an industrial area: a case study in the Lhokseumawe, Aceh, Sumatera, Indonesia Indonesian Journal of Geography (Yogyakarta) 9, no.37 (Jun) 33-44.

Feener, R. Michael (1999), “Tabut: Muharram observances in the history of Bengkulu,” Studia Islamika, 6(2): 87-130.

Gee, John (2002), “As a result of Jakarta's new autonomy program, Islamic law is introduced in Aceh,” (The U.S. and the Middle East in the Far East). Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, May 21(4): 64-65.

Hiliry, Mas'ud (1977) The role of social and psychological factors on family size in Aceh
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Hill, A. H. (1962), “The coming of Islam to North Sumatra,” Journal of Southeast Asian History, 4(1): 6-21.

Ibrahim Hasan (1976), Rice marketing in Aceh Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (Canberra) 12(3): 77-94 (Nov).

Ito, Takeshi (1978), “Why did Nuruddin ar-Raniri leave Aceh in 1054 A.H?,” Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 134: 489-491.

Jayawardena, Chandra (1977), “Achehnese marriage customs,” Indonesia (Ithaca, NY) 23: 157-173 (Apr).

Jayawardena, Chandra (1977), “Women and kinship in Acheh Besar,” Northern Sumatra Ethnology (Pittsburgh, PA) 16(1): 21-38 (Jan).

Johns, A.H. (1981), “From coastal settlement to Islamic school and city: Islamization of in Sumatra, the Malay Peninsula and Java.” Hamdard Islamicus (Karachi) 4, no.4 (Win) 3-28

Jones, Russell (1988) On Malay manuscripts with reference to Aceh Tenggara: Journal of Southeast Asian Literature (Kuala Lumpur) 21-22 99-110

Kahin, Audrey R. (1996), “The communist uprising in Sumatra: a reappraisal,” Indonesia (Ithaca, N.Y.), 62:19-36

Kamaruzzaman, Suraiya (2000), “Defending women's rights in Aceh,” Tapol (London) 157 (Apr) 6-7.

Kathirithamby-Wells, J (1986), “The Islamic city : Melaka to Jogjakarta, c 1500-1800,” Modern Asian studies. 20(2): 333-351Ap

Kato, Tsuyoshi (1980), “Rantau Pariaman: The World of Minangkabau Coastal Merchants in the Nineteenth Century,” Journal of Asian Studies, 39(4): 729-752 (Aug.)

Keddie, Nikki R. (1987), “Islam and society in Minangkabau and in the middle east,” Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia (Singapore) 2(1): 1-30 (Feb).

Koch, Jacqueline (2001), “In Aceh, Indonesia Stumbles,” (photographs) SAIS Review, 21(2): 39-43 Summer-Fall.

King, Dwight Y.; Rasjid, M. Ryaas (1988) The Golkar landslide in the 1987 Indonesian elections: the case of Aceh Asian Survey (Berkeley, CA) 28, no.9 (Sep) 916-925.

Manguin, Pierre-Yves (1988) “Of fortresses and galleys: the 1568 Acehness siege of Melaka, after a contemporary bird's-eye view,” Modern Asian Studies (London) 22, pt.3: 607-628. (Jul).

McKinnon, E. Edwards (1988) Beyong Serandib: a note on Lambri at the northern tip of Aceh Indonesia (Ithaca, NY) no.46 (Oct) 103-122.

Morris, Eric Eugene (1985), “Aceh under the New Order,” Indonesia Reports (College Park, MD) 6: 1-6 (Apr 20).

Reid, Anthony; Ito, Takeshi (1999) A precious Dutch map of Aceh, c. 1645 Archipel (Paris) 57: 191-208.

Reid, Anthony (1989) “Elephants and water in the feasting of seventeenth century Aceh,” Journal of the Malaysian Branch, Royal Asiatic Society (Kuala Lumpur) 62(2): 25-44.

Reid, Anthony (1969) “Indonesian diplomacy: a documentary study of Atjehnese foreign policy in the reign of Sultan Mahmud, 1870-4,” Royal Asiatic Society. Malaysian Branch. Journal (Kuala Lumpur) 42(216) pt.2: 74-114 (Dec).

Shiraishi, Saya (1983), “Eyeglasses: some remarks on Acehnese school books,” Indonesia (Ithaca, NY) no.36 (Oct) 66-86.

Siegel, James (1998), “Alexander the Great in Atjehnese: cowardice and historical memory,” Archipel (Paris) 56: 237-250.

Stokhof, W.A.L. (1988), “A modern grammar of Acehnese: some critical observations,” Bijdragen Tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Leiden) 144: 323-250.

Stokhof, W.A.L. (1992), “On nasality in Acehnese,” Bijdragen Tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Leiden) 148 247-261.

Suyatno (1985), “The reform movement in great Acheh's rural area Mizan: Indonesian Forum for Islamic and Social Studies (Jakarta) 2(1): 67-78.

Tiourine, Vladimir (1979), “The Muslim State in Atjeh (Northern Sumatra) 1880-1890s,” Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society (Karachi) 27 pt.1:7-16 (Jan).

Tiwon, Sylvia (2000), “From East Timor to Aceh: the disintegration of Indonesia?,” Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars (Oakland, CA) 32, nos.1-2 (Jan-Jun) 97-104.

Salby, Yusny (2001), “The Ulama in Aceh: a brief historical survey,” Studia Islamika, 9(1): 1-54.

Suyatno (1985), “The reform movement in great Acheh's rural area,” Mizan: Indonesian Forum for Islamic and Social Studies (Jakarta) 2(1): 67-78.

Veenstra, J (1989), “Theory and practice of foreign assistance to regional development planning: the case of peripheral rural areas in Aceh,” Indonesia Public Administration and Development (New York) 9(5): 523-542 (Nov).

Wessing, Robert (1988), “The Gunongan in Banda Aceh, Indonesia: Agni's fire in Allah's paradise?,” Archipel (Paris) 35: 157-194.

Wieringa, Edwin (1998), “The drama of the king and the holy war against the Dutch: the koteuah of the Acehnese epic Hikayat Prang Gompeuni,” Bulletin of the School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London (London) 61, pt.2: 298-308.

Winstedt, R.O. (1932), “The early rulers of Perak, Pahang and Acheh,” Journal of the Malaysian Branch, Royal Asiatic Society (Kuala Lumpur) 10, pt.1: 32-44 (Jan).

*KALIMANTAN (BORNEO)*

Deuster PR (2002), “Survey of recent developments,” Bulletin of Indonesian economic studies. 38 (1): 5-37 Apr.

*SULAWESI (CELEBES)*

Andaya, Leonard Y. (1984), “Kingship-adat rivalry and the role of Islam in South Sulawesi,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 15(1): 22-42 (Mar)

George, Kenneth M. (1991), “Headhunting, History, and Exchange in Upland Sulawesi,” Journal of Asian Studies, 50(3): 536-564 (Aug.)

Nourse, Jennifer W. (1996), “The Voice of the Winds Versus the Masters of Cure: Contested Notions of Spirit Possession Among the Lauje of Sulawesi,” Man: The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 2(3): 425-442 (Sep.)

Pelras, Christian (1993), “Religion, tradition and the dynamics of Islamization in South Sulawesi,” Indonesia (Ithaca, N.Y.), 57: 133-154.

Reid, Anthony (1983), “The rise of Makassar,” Review of Indonesian and Malayan Affairs (Sydney) 17(1-2) : 117-160.

Rossler, Martin (1991), “Cultural models and socio-religious change: an example from South Sulawesi,” Antropologi Indonesia,15(49): 66-78.

*IRIAN JAYA*

The rest including Timor and Ambon

Bertrand, Jacques (2002), “Legacies of the authoritarian past: religious violence in Indonesia’s Moluccan islands, Pacific Affairs, 75(1): 57-86.

Broch, Harald Beyer (1996), “Religious consensus and ambiguity in everyday life in Miang Tuu, Bonerate,” Indonesia Circle, 70: 218-236.

Chauvel, Richard (1980), “Ambon’s other half: some preliminary observations on Ambonese Moslem society and history,” Review of Indonesian and Malaysian affairs. 14(1): 40-80.

Clarence-Smith, William Gervase (1998), “The economic role of Arab community in Maluku, 1816-1940,” Indonesia and the Malay world, 26(74): 32-49.

Kiem, Christian (1993), “Re-Islamization among Muslim youth in Ternate town, Eastern Indonesia,” Sojourn (Singapore, Singapore) 8(1): 92-127.

Lape PV (2000), “Political dynamics and religious change in the late pre-colonial Banda Islands, Eastern Indonesia,” World Archeology, 32 (1): 138-155 JUN

Naipospos C (2000), “East Timor in the dynamics of Indonesian politics,” Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars, 32 (1-2): 87-90 JAN-JUN

Probojo, Lany (2000), “Between modernity and tradition: ‘local Islam’ in Tidore, North Maluku, the ongoing struggle of the state and the traditional elites, Antropologi Indonesia, 24(63): 33-44.

Reid, Anthony (1995), “Maluku revisited,” Bijdragen Tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Leiden) 151(1): 132-135

Tule, Philipus (1998), “The indigeneous Muslim minority group in Ma’undai (Keo) of Central Flores: between the house of Islam and the house of culture,” Antropologi Indonesia, 22(56):68-85.

Winn Phillip (2002), “'Everyone searches, everyone finds': Moral discourse and resource use in an Indonesian Muslim community,” Oceania. 72 (4): 275-292 JUN

Winn, Phillip (1998), “Banda is the blessed land: sacred practice and the identity in the Banda Islands, Antropologi Indonesia, 22(57): 71-80.

*LAOS*
Ireson, Carol J., and W. Randall Ireson, (1991), “Ethnicity and development in Laos,” Asian Survey, 31 (10): 920-937 Oct.

*MALAYSIA*
Abaza, Mona (1999), “Intellectuals, power and Islam in Malaysia: S.N. al-Attas or the beacon on the crest of a hill,” Archipel (Paris) 58: 189-217.

Abdul Kadir Haji Din (1982), “Economic implications of Moslem pilgrimage from Malaysia,” Contemporary Southeast Asia 4(1): 58-75 Jun.

Abdul Hadi W. M. (1985), “The contribution of Islam to Indonesia culture and the challenges of modernism,” Prisma: Indonesian Journal of Social and Economic Affairs (Jakarta) 35: 120-131 (Mar).

Abdullah Alwi Haji Hassan (1980), “Kelantan: Islamic legal history before 1909,” Malaysia in history.23: 10-26.

Abdullah, Kamarulnizam (1999), “National security and Malay unity: the issue of radical religious elements in Malaaysia,” Contemporary Southeast Asia, 21(2): 261-3 August.

Abdul-Rahman, Abdul Rahim and Andrew Goddard (1998), “An interpretive inquiry of accounting practices in religious organizations,” Financial Accountability & Management, 14(3): 183-201 August.

Ackerman, Susan E. (1991), “Dakwah and Minah Karan: class formation and ideological conflict in Malay society,” Bijdragen Tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Leiden) 147: 193-215.

Ackerman, Susan E. (1988), “Theory, national policy and the management of Minority cultures,” Southeast Asian journal of social science. 16(2): 132-142.

Affendi, Abdelwahab (1993), “Eclipse of reason: the media in the Muslim world,” (Power of the Media in the Global System) Journal of International Affairs, 47(1): 163-193 Summer.

Ahmad, Abu Talib (2002), “Japanese policy towards Islam in Malaya during the occupation: a reassessment,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 33(1): 107-22.

Ahmad, Abu Talib (1999), “Research on Islam and Malay-Muslims during the Japanese occupation of Malaya, 1942-45,” Asian Research Trends (Tokyo) 9: 81-119.

Ahmad, Aijaz (1982), “Class and colony in Mindanao,” Southeast Asia Chronicle, 82: 4-11.

Alatas, Syed F (1985), “Notes on various theories regarding the Islamization of the Malay Archipelago,” Muslim World 75:162-175 Jul-Oct.

Al-Heeti KN (2000), “The attitudes of non-Muslim toward Islam and Muslims in Malaysia,” International journal of psychology = Journal international de psychologie 35 (3-4): 71-71 Sp. Iss. SI Jun-Aug.

Ali, Ameer (1984), “Islamic revivalism in harmony and in conflict: the experience in Sri Lanka and Malaysia,” Asian Survey 24(3): 296-313 Mar.

Anonymous (1986), “Islamisation a radical change under Mahathir,” Islamic herald 10(6): 40-44.

Bakar, M. A. (1981), “Islamic revivalism and the political process in Malaysia,” Asian Survey, 21: 1040-1059.

Banks, David J (1990), “Resurgent Islam and Malay rural culture : Malay novelists and the invention of culture,” American Ethnologist 17:531-548 Aug.

Barraclough, Simon (1983), “Managing the challenges of Islamic revival in Malaysia: a regime perspective,” Asian Survey, 23(8): 958-975.

Batumalai, S (1995), “Learning the Faith of My Neighbours From a Malaysian Perspective,” Asia Journal of Theology 9: 63-70 Apr.

Batumalai, S (1991), “Malaysian theology : an understanding of conversion from a Malaysian perspective,” Asia Journal of Theology 5 : 119-129 Apr.

Brennan, Carolyn (2001), “Religion, cultural identity, and Kelantan's dikir barat (Part 2 religious discourses and the state),” Australian Journal of Anthropology, 12(3): 302-311 Dec.

Bowie, Datuk Paddy (2001), “Malaysia's year of the snake,” Asian Affairs, 32(2): 153 June.

Bousfield, John (1993), “Adventures and misadventures of the new sufis: Islamic spiritual groups in contemporary Malaysia,” Sojourn, 8(2): 328-344.

Carsten, Janet (1991), Children in Between: Fostering and the Process of Kinship on Pulau Langkawi, Malaysia, Man, New Series, 26(3) : 425-443. (Sep).

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Christie, Jan Wisseman (1984-1985), “Trade and early state formation in maritime Southeast Asia: Kedah and Srivijaya,” Jebat (Kuala Lumpur) 13: 43-56.

Christie, Jan Wisseman (1993), “Trade and value in pre-Majapahit Java,” Indonesia Circle (London) 59-60: 3-17 (Mar).

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Hamayotsu K (2002), “Islam and nation building in Southeast Asia: Malaysia and Indonesia in comparative perspective,” Pacific Affairs, 75 (3): 353-+ Fall.

Hamid, Ahmad Fauzi Abdul (2001), “Sufi undercurrents in Islamic revivalism: Traditional, post-traditional & modern images of Islamic activism in Malaysia,” Islamic Quarterly 45 (2): 119-137.

Hamid, Ismail (1982), “Islamic influence on Malay culture in Malaysia and Indonesia,” Islamic culture 56(4): 275-282.

Hamid, I. (1982), “A survey of theories on the introduction of Islam in the Malay Archipelago,” Islamic Studies, 21:89-100

Ham¯id, Ism¯a'il (1986), “The earliest centers of Islamic studies in the Malay world,” Hamdard Islamicus 9: 73-79 Spr.

Healey L (1999), “Gender, power and the ambiguities of resistance in a Malay community of peninsular Malaysia,” Women's studies international forum. 22 (1): 49-61 Jan-Feb.

Hirschman, Charles (1987), “The meaning and measurement of ethnicity in Malaysia: an analysis of census classifications,” Journal of Asian studies. 46(3): 555-582.

Hooker, V. M. (1994), “Transmission through practical example: women and Islam in 1902s Malay fiction,” Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 67(2): 93-118.

Hooker, M.B (1974) “Adat and Islam in Malaya,” Bijdragen Tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Leiden) 130(1): 69-90.

Hooker, M.B (1969), “The relationship between the adat and state constitutions of Negri Sembilan,” Royal Asiatic Society. Malaysian Branch. Journal (Kuala Lumpur) 42(216): pt.2 155-172 (Dec)

Hui, Lim Mah (1980), “Ethnic and class relation in Malaysia,” Journal of contemporary Asia. 10(1/2): 130-154.

Huff TE (2001), “Globalization and the Internet: Comparing the Middle Eastern and Malaysian experiences,” Middle East journal 55 (3): 439-458 Summer.

Ismail, Abdul Ghani, (1972), “Changing landscapes--the history of Islam in Malaysia Southeast Asian archives 5 : 42-53 Jul.

Ismail, Abdul Ghani (1972), “Changing landscapes--the history of Islam in Malaysia,” Southeast Asian Archives (Kuala Lumpur) 5: 42-53 (Jul).

Jaffer Hussain, S. (1988) “Freedom and sanctity of contract: common law and syariah--some reflections,” Jurnal undang-undang = Journal of Malaysian and Comparative Law (Kuala Lumpur) 15 (1-2): 43-56.

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Umpa, Saira Rakiin (1990), “The autonomous region in Muslim Mindanao as a contemporary issue in public management education,” Philippine Journal of Public Administration (Manila) 34(2): 164-173 (Apr).

Washburn, Lindy (1983), “Hadji Jemila [profile of a Philippine Muslim woman]
Dansalan Quarterly (Marawi City, Philippines) 4(3) :125-150 (Apr).

Washburn, Lindy (1980), “Muslim resistance, with or without the elite,” Southeast Asia Chronicles, 75: 18-21 Oct.

Warren, James Francis (1997), “ The Sulu Zone, the world capitalist economy and the historical imagination: problematizing global-local interconnections and interdependencies,” Southeast Asian Studies / Tonan Ajia Kenkyu (Kyoto) 35(2): 177-222 (Sep).

Warren, James Francis (1996), “Looking back on 'the Sulu zone': state formation, slave raiding and ethnic diversity,” Southeast Asia Journal of the Malaysian Branch, Royal Asiatic Society (Kuala Lumpur) 69(1) : 21-36.

Warren, Jim (1978) “Who were the Balangingi Samal? Slave raiding and ethnogenesis in nineteenth-century Sulu,” Journal of Asian Studies (Ann Arbor, MI) 37(3): 477-490 (May).

Warren, James F (1977), “Slave markets and exchange in the Malay world: the Sulu Sultanate, 1770-1878,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 8(2): 162-175 (Sep).

Warren, James F (1977), “Sino-Sulu trade in the late eighteenth and nineteenth century,”
Philippine Studies (Quezon City) 25: 50-79 (1st qtr 1).

Warren, Jim (1977), “Balambangan and the rise of the Sulu Sultanate, 1772-1775,” Journal of the Malaysian Branch, Royal Asiatic Society (Kuala Lumpur) 50(1): 73-93.

Wernsted, F. L. and P. Simkins (1965), “Migration and settlement of Mindanao,’ Journal of Asian Studies, 25:83-103.

Williams, Mark (1997), “Causality, power, and cultural traits of the Maguindanao
Philippine Sociological Review (Manila) 45(1-4): 34-63 (Jan-Dec).

Woolman, David S. (2002), “Fighting Islam's Fierce Moro Warriors: America's first war with suicidal Islamic warriors took place a century ago in the Philippines and rings familiar today as the Moros continue what they call 'the longest, bloodiest struggle for freedom in history',” Military History, 19(1): 34-41 April.

*THAILAND*
Albritton, Robert B., et al. (1996), “Electoral participation by southern Thai Buddhists and Muslims,” South East Asia Research (Brighton, England) 4(2): 127-156 (Sep).

Albritton, Robert B. (1999), “Political diversity among Muslims in Thailand,” Asian Studies Review (Oxford, England; Malden, MA) 23, no.2 (Jun) 233-246.

Anonymous (1980), “Muslim insurgency in the southern provinces – a grave problem area but still time and room for manoeuvre,” Asia research bulletin. 10(3) pt 6: 712-715.

Alpern, Stephen (1974), “The Thai Muslims,” Asian Affairs: An American Review (New York) .4: 246-254 (Mar-Apr).

Banks, David J. (1980), “Politics and ethnicity on the Thai-Malay frontier: the historical role of the Thai speaking Muslims of Kedah,” Kabar seberang sulating Maphilindo. 7: 98-113.

Bougas, Waynes (1990), “Patani in the beginning of XVII century,” Archipel, 39: 113-138.

Bougas, Wayne A (1986), “Some early Islamic tombstones in Patani,” Journal of the Malaysian Branch, Royal Asiatic Society (Kuala Lumpur) 59, pt.1: 85-112 (Jun).

Burr, Angela (1988), “Thai-speaking Muslims in two southern coastal finishing villages: some processes of interaction with the Thai host society,” in Andrew D. W. Forbes, ed, The Muslims of Thailand: historical and cultural studies, special issue South East Asian review. 13(1/2): 53-86.

Burr, Angela (1988), “The relationship between Muslim peasant and urban religion in Songkhla,” South East Asian Review (Bihar, India) 13(1-2):123-134 (Jan).

Burr, Angela (1984), “The relationship between Muslim peasant religion and urban religion in Songkhla,” Folklore studies 43 (1) 71-83.

Burr, Angela (1977), “Group ideology, consciousness and social problems: a study of Buddhist and Muslim concepts of sin in two southern Thai coastal fishing villages,” Anthropos (Fribourg, Switzerland) 72(3-4): 433-446.

Burr, Angela (1972), “Religious institutional diversity--social structural and conceptual unity: Islam and Buddhism in a southern Thai coastal fishing village,” Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) 60, pt.2 :183-215 (Jul).

Chusiri Chamoraman (1988), “A group of Thai Muslims who were amongst the earliest settlers of Songkhla,” South East Asian Review (Bihar, India) 13(1-2 ): 47-52 (Jan).

Diller, A. V. N. (1988), “Islam and southern Thai ethnic reference,” ,” in Andrew D. W. Forbes, ed, The Muslims of Thailand: historical and cultural studies, special issue South East Asian review. 13(1/2): 155-167.

Farouk, Omar (1988), “The Muslims of Thailand: a survey,” South East Asian Review (Bihar, India) 13(1-2): 1-30 (Jan).

Forbes, Andrew D.W. (1988), “The Yunnanese (Ho•) Muslims of north Thailand,” South East Asian Review (Bihar, India) 13, nos.1-2 (Jan) 87-104.

Forbes, Andrew D.W. (1989), “Thailand's Muslim minorities: assimilation, secession or co-existence?,” South East Asian Review (Bihar, India) 14(1-2):167-182 (Jan).

Forbes, Andrew D.W (1982), “Thailand's Muslim minorities: assimilation, secession, or coexistence,” Asian Survey (Berkeley, CA) 22(11): 1056-1073 (Nov).

Gowing, Peter G. ( 1975), “Moros and Khaek: the position of Muslim minorities in the Philippines and Thailand,” Southeast Asian Affairs (Singapore) 7-40.

Haemindra, Nantawan (1976-7), “The problem of Thai muslims in the four Southern provinces of Thailand,” Journal of Southeast Asian studies. 7(2): 197-225 and 8(1): 85-105.

Heinze, Ruth-Inge (1988), “Socio-psychological aspects of the work of Thai-Muslim bomohs in Pattani,” South East Asian Review (Bihar, India) 13(1-2): 135-154 (Jan).

Hewison, Kevin (1986), “Thailand's Malay-Muslims: the deep south,” Inside Asia (London) 9:30-32 (Jul-Aug).

Ishii, Yoneo (1994), “Thai Muslims and the royal patronage of religion,” Law and society review, 28(3): 453-460.

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Islam, Syed Serajul (2000), “The liberation movement of Muslims in Patani Raya of Thailand,” Asian Profile (Hong Kong) 28(5): 401-410 (Oct).

Islam, S. S. (1998), “The Islamic independence movements in Patani of Thailand and Mindanao of Philippines, Asian Survey, 38(5): 441-456.

Jha, Ganganath (1989), “The Muslim separatist movement in southern Thailand from an Indian viewpoint,” South East Asian Review (Bihar, India) 14(1-2): 183-200 (Jan).

Kanha Sangrayayingyos (1996) , “Little response towards literary defiance: a case of the Thai Muslims,” Tenggara: Journal of Southeast Asian Literature (Kuala Lumpur) 36-37: 204-207.

Knodel J, Gray RS, Sriwatcharin P, Peracca S (1999), “Religion and reproduction: Muslims in Buddhist Thailand,” Population studies. 53 (2): 149-164 Jul.

Lertrit, Sawang (1993), “Muslim women and their changing roles: a case-study of Pattani,” Muang Boran journal. (Bangkok) 19(1): 45-61 (Jan-Mar).

Matheson, Virginia and M. B. Hooker (1988), “Jawi liteterature in Patani: the maintenance of Islamic tradition (part 1),” Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. 61(254): 1-86.

Mathur, Y. B. (1968), “Muslims in Siam, 1900-1925, Studies in Islam [Indian Institute of Islamic Studies] 5: 220-231, Oct.

McVey, Ruth (1989), “Identity and rebellion among southern Thai Muslims,” South East Asian Review (Bihar, India) 14(1-2): 33-52 (Jan).

Mingmongkol, Santi (1980), “Communists and Thailand's "Muslim problem" Southeast Asia Chronicle (Berkeley, CA) 75: 22-25 (Oct).

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Prachuabmoh, Chavivun (1989), “The role of women in maintaining ethnic identity and boundaries: a case of Thai Muslims (the Malay-speaking group) in south Thailand,” South East Asian Review (Bihar, India) 14(1-2):113-150 (Jan).

Razvi, Mujtaoa ( 1979), “Thai Muslims,” Pakistan Horizon (Karachi) 32(3): 59-66.

Satha-anand, Chaiwat (1993), “Kra-ze: a theatre for renegotiating Muslim identity, Sojourn, 8(1): 195-218.

Satha-anand, Chaiwat (1985), “Thailand: a mosaic of ethnic tensions under control,” Ethnic studies report, 3(1): 22-31.

Satha-anand, Chaiwat (1992), “Pattani in the Eighties: academic literature and political stories,” Sojourn, 7(1): 1-38.

Scupin, Raymond (1998), Muslim Accommodation in Thai Society Journal of Islamic Studies 9: 229-258 Jul .

Scupin, Raymond (1988), “Cham Muslims in Thailand,” South East Asian Review (Bihar, India) 13,(1-2): 105-110 (Jan).

Scupin, Raymond (1988), “Popular Islam in Thailand,” South East Asian Review, (Bihar, India) 13(1-2): 31-46 (Jan).

Scupin, Raymond (1988), “Language, hierarchy and hegemony: Thai Muslim discourse strategies,” Language Sciences (Tokyo) 10(2): 331-351.

Scupin, Raymond (1987), “Interpreting Islamic movements in Thailand,” Crossroads (DeKalb, IL) 3(2-3): 78-93.

Scupin, Raymond (1986), “Thailand as a plural society: ethnic interaction in a Buddhist Kingdom,” Crossroads (De Kalb, Ill.) 2(3): 115-140.

Scupin, Raymond (1980), “Islam in Thailand before the Bangkok period,” Journal of the Siam Society, 68(1): 55-71.

Scupin, Raymond (1980), “Islamic reformism in Thailand,” Journal of the Siam Society, 68(2): 1-10.

Scupin, Raymond (1980), “The politics of Islamic reformism in Thailand,” Asian Survey, 20(12): 1223-1235.

Scupin, Raymond (1982), “The social significance of the Hajj for Thai muslims,” Muslim World, 62(1): 24-33.

Scupin, Raymond (1977), “Thai Muslims,” Sawaddi (Bangkok) (Sep-Oct) 11-12, 30-31

Serajul Islam, Syed (1998), “The Islamic independence movements in Patani of Thailand and Mindanao of the Philippines,” Asian Survey (Berkeley, CA) 38(5): 441-456 (May).

Serajul Islam, Syed (2000), “The liberation movement of Muslims in Patani Raya of Thailand,” Asian Profile (Hong Kong) 28(5): 401-410 (Oct ).

Sinha, Arun Kumar (1987-1988), “Thai political authority and Muslim ethnic group,” Journal of the Bihar Puravid Parishad (Patna) 11-12, pt.2: 211-220 (Jan-Dec).

Suhrke, Astri (1989), “The Muslims of Southern Thailand,” South East Asian review. 14(1/2): 1.

Suhrke, Astri (1970-71), “The Thai Muslims: some aspects of minority integration,” Pacific Affairs, 43(4): 531-547.

Suhrke, Astri (1977), “Loyalists and separatists: the Muslims in Southern Thailand,” Asian Survey, 17(3).

Suhrke, Astri (1975), “Irredentism contained: the Thai-Muslim case,” Comparative Politics (New York) 7(2 ): 187-203 (Jan).

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Kobkhua Suwannathat-Pian (1995), “The provincial administrative reform and Islamic legal autonomy in South Siam, 1892-1925,” Jebat (Kuala Lumpur) 23: 67-82.

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Thomas, M. Ladd (1985), “Cultural factors affecting the rural development interface of Thai bureaucrats and Thai Muslim villagers,” Contemporary Southeast Asia (Singapore) 7(1): 1-13 (Jun).

Thomas, Ladd (1974), “Bureaucratic attitudes and behavior as obstacles to political integration of Thai Muslims,” Southeast Asia: An International Quarterly (Carbondale, IL) 3(1): 545-566 (Win).

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*VIETNAM*
Kryukov, M.V. (1990), “Ethnic continuity of the Mon-Khmer mountain groups of South-Vietnam,” Cahiers du monde russe, 31 (2-3): 443-454 Apr-Sep.

Manguin, Pierre-Yves (1985), “The introduction of Islam into Champa,” Journal of the Malaysian Branch, Royal Asiatic Society (Kuala Lumpur) 58, part 1: 1-29.

Pelley, P. (1998), “Barbarians’ and ‘younger brothers’: the remaking of race in postcolonial Vietnam, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 29(2): 374-91

Scupin, Raymond (1995), “Historical, ethnographic, and contemporary political analyses of the Muslims of Kampuchea and Vietnam,” Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia (Singapore) 10(2): 301-328 (Oct ).

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*SOUTHEAST ASIA*
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Dawisha, Adeed (1983), Islam in foreign policy: some methodological issues, in Dawisha, Adeed (ed), Islam in foreign policy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Hamilton DS35.7 .I84 1983

Geertz, Clifford (1963), The social-cultural context of policy in Southeast Asia, in Hnderson, William, ed. Southeast Asia : problems of United States policy, Cambridge, Mass, pp45-70, Hamilton Asia DS518.8 .H4

Hagesteijn, Ren’ee (1996) Lack of limits: cultural aspects of state formation in early continental Southeast Asia In: Claessen, Henri J.M.; Oosten, Jarich G., eds. Ideology and the formation of early states. Leiden; New York: E.J. Brill, 1996. 444p. (Studies in human society, v.11.) 187-204 Hamilton Hawaiian GN492.6 .I34 1996

Hooker, M. B. (1983), Muhhamadan law and Islamic law, in M. B. Hooker (ed) Islam in South-East Asia, Leiden : Brill, Hamilton Asia BP63.A4 S653 1983

Horvatich, Patricia (1995), Muted, menaced, misunderstood : anthropological constructions of Muslim women in Southeast Asia / In Religion and society in the modern world : Islam in Southeast Asia, Collected papers from a conference held in Jakarta, Indonesia, May 29-31, 1995, Hamilton Asia BP15 .R45 1995

Reid, Anthony (1998) National and ethnic identities in a democratic age, in Oh, Myung-Seok and Kim Hyung-Jun (eds), Religion, ethnicity and modernity in Southeast Asia, Seoul : Seoul National University Press, Hamilton Asia BL2050 .R43 1998

Reid, Anthony (1993) Islamization and Christianization in Southeast Asia: the critical phase, 1550-1650, In: Reid, Anthony, ed. Southeast Asia in the early modern era: trade, power, belief. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1993. 286p151-179 Hamilton Asia DS526.4 .S68 1993

Roff, William R. (1984) The Meccan Pilgrimage: Its Meaning for Southeast Asian Islam
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Roff, William R (1970), South-East Asian Islam in the nineteenth century, In: P.M. Holt et al., ed. The Cambridge history of Islam, v.2: the further Islamic lands, Islamic society, and civilization Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 155-181 Hamilton DS35.6 .C3

Saeed, Abdullah (1994), A fresh look at freedom of belief in Islam, In: Kingsbury, Damien; Barton, Greg, eds. Difference and tolerance: human rights issues in Southeast Asia. Geelong, Vic., Australia: Deakin University Press, 1994. 148p. 27-37 Hamilton Asia JC599 .A78 D53 1994

von der Mehden, Fred R. (1996) Religion and security in Southeast Asia, In: Carpenter, William M.; Wiencek, David G., eds. Asian security handbook: an assessment of political-security issues in the Asia-Pacific region. Armonk, N.Y.; London: M.E. Sharpe, 1996. xv, 301p. (An east gate book.) 98-103 Hamilton Asia UA830 .A842 1996

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Abdul-Samad, M.A.(1991), Modernism in Islam in Indonesia with special reference to Muhammadiyah In: Ricklefs, M.C., ed. Islam in the Indonesian social context. Clayton, Vic., Australia: Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, Monash University, 81p. 1991 57-68 Hamilton Asia Folio BP63.I5 I846 1991

Adnan, Zifirdaus, (1990), "Islamic Religion: Yes, Islamic (Political) Ideology: No! Islam and the State in Indonesia," in Arief Budiman, ed., State and Civil Society in Indonesia (Clayton: Center of Southeast Asian Studies, Monash University, Monash Papers on Southeast Asia, no. 22, 1990), pp.441-477; Hamilton Asia DS664.4 .S78 1990

Andaya, Leonard Y. (1993), Cultural state formation in eastern Indonesia, In: Reid, Anthony, ed. Southeast Asia in the early modern era: trade, power, belief. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1993. 286p. 23-41 Hamilton Asia DS526.4 .S68 1993

Anderson, Benedict R (1977), Religion and politics in Indonesia since Independence In: Anderson, Benedict R., Mitsuo Nakamura and Mohammad Slamet. (eds) Religion and social ethos in Indonesia. Melbourne: Monash University, 1977 21-32 Hamilton Asia BL2110 .R45

Arps, B. 1992. Yusup, Sri Tanjung and fragrant water: the spread of a popular Islamic poem in Banyuwangi, East Java. In V.J.H. Houben, H.M.J. Maier & W. van der Molen (eds). Looking in odd mirrors: the Java Sea Leiden: Vakgroep Talen en Culturen van Zuidoost-Azie en Oceanie Hamilton Asia DS646.18 .L66 1992

Barton, Greg (1996) Islam, Pancasila and the middle path of Tawassuth: the thought of Achmad Siddiq In: Fealy, Greg; Barton, Greg, eds. Nahdlatul Ulama, traditional Islam and modernity in Indonesia. Clayton, Vic., Australia: Monash Asia Institute, 1996. 293p. 1996 110-138 Hamilton Asia JQ779 .A53 N34 1996

Barton, Greg (1996).The liberal, progressive roots of Abdurrahman Wahid's thought
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Bowen, John R. (1999), Legal reasoning and public discourse in Indonesian Islam
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Bowen, John R. (1992), Islam in Indonesia: a case study of religion in society In: Cohen, Myron L., ed. Asia, case studies in the social sciences: a guide for teaching. Armonk, N.Y.; London: M.E. Sharpe, 1992. 626p. (Columbia project on Asia in the core curriculum) 91-104 Hamilton Asia H62.5.U5 A83 1992

Bowen, John R. (1992), Family and kinship in Indonesia In: Cohen, Myron L., ed. Asia, case studies in the social sciences: a guide for teaching. Armonk, N.Y.; London: M.E. Sharpe, 1992. 626p. (Columbia project on Asia in the core curriculum) 81-90 Hamilton Asia H62.5.U5 A83 1992

Bruinessen, Martin van (1996), “The 28th Congress of the Nahdlatul Ulama: power struggle and social concerns,” In: Fealy, Greg; Barton, Greg, eds.. Nahdlatul Ulama, traditional Islam and modernity in Indonesia. Clayton, Vic., Australia: Monash Asia Institute, 293p. 1996 139-162 Hamilton Asia JQ779 .A53 N34 1996

Bruinessen, Martin van (1996), “Traditions for the future: the reconstruction of traditionalist discourse within NU [Nahdlatul Ulama],” In: Fealy, Greg; Barton, Greg, eds.. Nahdlatul Ulama, traditional Islam and modernity in Indonesia. Clayton, Vic., Australia: Monash Asia Institute, 293p. 1996 163-189 Hamilton Asia JQ779 .A53 N34 1996

Bruinessen, Martin van (1995) Tarekat and tarekat teachers in Madurese society In: Dijk, Kees van; Jonge, Huub de; Touwen-Bouwsma, Elly, eds. Across Madura Strait: the dynamics of an insular society. Leiden: KITLV Press, 237p. 1995 91-117 Hamilton Asia DS647 .M25 A274 1995

Crouch, Harold (2002), The recent resurgence of political Islam in Indonesia In Crouch, Harold (ed) Islam in Southeast Asia : analysing recent developments / Singapore : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Hamilton Asia Folio BP63.A38 I87 2002

Crouch, Harold (1981), Indonesia, In Ayoob, Mohammed (ed.) The Politics of Islamic reassertion, New York : St. Martin's Press. Hamilton DS35.7 .P64 1981

Christie, Jan Wisseman (1983), Raja and Rama: the classical state in early Java In: Gesick, Lorraine, ed. Centers symbols and hierarchies: essays on the classical states of Southeast Asia. New Haven: Yale University Southeast Asia Studies, 1983. 243p. 9-44 Hamilton Asia JQ96.A91 C46 1983

Ecklund, Judith L. (1979), “Traditional or non traditional: Adat, Islam and local control on Lombok,” In Davis, Gloria (ed) What is modern Indonesian culture? : papers presented to the Conference on Indonesian Studies, July 29-August 1, 1976, Indonesian Studies Summer Institute, Madison, Wisconsin, Hamilton Asia DS625 .C64 1976

Feillard, Andree (1996). Traditionalist Islam and the army in Indonesia's New Order: the awkward relationship In: Fealy, Greg; Barton, Greg, eds.. Nahdlatul Ulama, traditional Islam and modernity in Indonesia. Clayton, Vic., Australia: Monash Asia Institute, 293p. 1996 42-67 Hamilton Asia JQ779 .A53 N34 1996

Feillard, Andree, (1997), Traditionalist Islam and the State in Indonesia: The Road to Legitimacy and Renewal," in Hefner, Robert W. and Patricia Horvatich, Islam in an era of nation-states : politics and religious renewal in Muslim Southeast Asia, pp.141-145. Hamilton Asia BP173.7 .I849 1997

Fealy, Greg (1996). Wahab Chasbullah, traditionalism and the political development of Nahdlatul Ulama In: Fealy, Greg; Barton, Greg, eds.. Nahdlatul Ulama, traditional Islam and modernity in Indonesia. Clayton, Vic., Australia: Monash Asia Institute, 293p. 1996 1-41 Hamilton Asia JQ779 .A53 N34 1996

Fealy, Greg (1996). The 1994 NU [Nahdlatul Ulama] Congress and aftermath: Abdurrahman Wahid, Suksesi and the battle for control of NU In: Fealy, Greg; Barton, Greg, eds.. Nahdlatul Ulama, traditional Islam and modernity in Indonesia. Clayton, Vic., Australia: Monash Asia Institute, 293p. 1996 257-277 Hamilton Asia JQ779 .A53 N34 1996

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Hefner, Robert W. (1998), Markets and justice for Muslim Indonesians In: Hefner, Robert W., ed. Market cultures: society and morality in the new Asian capitalisms. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1998. vii, 328p. 224-250 Hamilton Asia HN720.5.Z9 M66 1998

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*SOUTHEAST ASIA*
Anonymous (2003), “Incense, silk, and Jihad – The nature of Islam in South-East Asia,” Economist, 367(8236): 37-39, 05/31/2003,

Hassan al-Turabi (1992), “The Islamic awakening second wave,” New Perspectives Quarterly, 9(3): summer

Vatikiotes, Michael (2002), “A tale of two Madrassas,” Far Eastern economic review 165(25): 58-60 June 27

Vatikiotes, Michael (1993), “Hearts and minds: new think tank seeks to modernize Islam,” Far Eastern economic review. 156(20): 32, May 20.

Vatikiotes, Michael (1993), “The golden mean: faith in religion invoked to cope with modern pressures,” Far Eastern economic review. 156(41): 23-24, Oct 14.

*BURMA*
Ahmed, Zubair (2001), “'Burmese refugees smuggling arms'” (Bangladesh has accused Burma's Rohingya refugees of smuggling arms and drugs into their country), BBC News, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/1146229.stm

Anonymous (2001), “Rohingya deny arms smuggling accusations,” BBC News, Wednesday, 31 January, 2001, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/1146322.stm

Anonymous (2001), “Myanmar’s Rohingya ultras nabbed in Bangladesh,” (DHAKA: Two Rohingya separatists, who are fighting for a separate homeland in Arakan of Myanmar, were arrested by police in Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh) The Times of India, 01/24/2001

Anonymous (1997) “The Buddha cracks: Myanmar. ” (Buddhist monk attacks against Muslims after crack found in holy statue) Economist, 342(8010): 45, March 29

Anonymous (1997), “Burmese stepping up security after Buddhist raid on mosque,” (tensions between Muslims and Buddhists continue to grow in Myanmar) New York Times, v146 pA6(N) pA6(L) col 5 (8 col in) March 24, 1997

Anonymous (1993) “Welcome back, we didn't mean it,” (persecution of Muslims in Myanmar) Economist, 326(7794): 35, Jan 16

Anonymous (1992) “When a welcome wears thin: Bangladesh and Myanmar,” Economist, 324(7776): 38, Sept 12

Anonymous (1992) “Many Muslims reported killed by Burmese. (Arakan province, Myanmar) The New York Times March 8, v141 s1 p10(N) col 4 (5 col in)

Anonymous (1992) “Buddhists against Muslims,” Economist, 322(7751): 38, March 21

Lawson, Alastair (2002), “Burma's forgotten refugees,” BBC News, Wednesday, 6 March, 2002, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/1852093.stm

*CAMBODIA*

Mydans, Seth (2002), “U.S. fears Islamic militancy could emerge in Cambodia,” New York Times, Dec 22, 2002 p8(N) p10(L) col 3 (20 col in)

*INDONESIA* [Java] [Sumatra] [Sulawesi]

Anonymous (2003), An ace in the hole; Indonesia, (Islam in Indonesia) The Economist, 367(8321): pNA April 26, 2003

Anonymous (2002), “Indonesia's Muslims back terror law,” BBC News, Monday, 21 October, 2002, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/2345449.stm

Anonymous (2002), “Mosque and state: two models of Islam vie for shot at curing Indonesia’s,” (JAKARTA, Indonesia -- Nursanita Nasution, an anti-porn crusader, and Syafii Maarif, a University of Chicago-educated historian, both believe that Islam offers the best hope of rescuing this increasingly fractured) Wall Street Journal, 01/08/2002

Anonymous (2002), “The challenge for moderate Islam,” Economist (London, England : 1843) 363: 37 June 22

Anonymous (2000), “Indonesian’s unholy war,” Economist (London, England : 1843) 355: 46 June 24

Anonymous (1993), An Islamic awakening (Survey of Indonesia), The Economist, 327 (7807):14 April 17, 1993

Cohen, M. (2000), “Spite Islands [conflict in Molluccan Islands fuels tension across Indonesia,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 163(3): 16-18 Jan 20

Cohen, M. (1995), “Test of faith: politics intrudes into blasphemy, Far Eastern Economic Review, 158: 27-28 Aug 24

Crossette, Barbara (1988), “Moslem intellectuals across Indonesia search for middle way,” (Moslems try to make their religion socially and politically relevant) New York Times, March 15, v137 p6(N) pA13(L) col 1 (15 col in)

Dahlby, Tracy, (2001) Indonesia living dangerously (ethnic and religious conflict) National Geographic, 199(3): 74 March

Dhume, Sadanand (2003), “Radical appeal,” (Indonesian Islamic fundamentalists) Far Eastern Economic Review, 166(13): 19, April 3

Dhume, Sadanand (2003), “The New Mainstream,” Far Eastern Economic Review, Jan 9, http://www.feer.com/articles/2003/0301_09/p046current.html

Loebis, Zamira (2000), “Wahid's Army of Loyal Believers,” (Asia/The Muslim Factor)(Hasyim Waheed head of the Muslim organisation Barisan Ansor Serbaguna, subgroup of Nahdlatul Ulama), Time, 155(26): 23 July 3

Mcbeth, John (2002), “What if He Isn't Guilty?,” Far Eastern Economic Review, November 07, 2002, http://www.feer.com/articles/2002/0211_07/p016region.html

Mcbeth, John (2002), “The Case for Islamic Law,” (It's not only extremists who admire Islamic law. In Indonesia, a surprising number of moderate Muslims, worried about a collapse of moral values, would like to see a bigger role for sharia), Far Eastern Economic Review, http://www.feer.com/articles/2002/0208_22/p012region.html

McBeth, J. (1996), “Coming together: new groupings point to widespread political unease, Far Eastern Economic Review, 159: 24 Feb 15.

Vatikiotis, M. and J. McBeth (2001), “From chaos to despair,” Far Eastern Economic Review 164(6): 16-19 Feb 15

*JAVA*
Aznam, Suhaini (1992) “Fires of religious dissent,” (Indonesia) Far Eastern Economic Review, Dec 24, 155(51-52): 15

*SUMATRA (INCLUDING ACEH)*

Kermani N (2002), “The flower children of Banda Aceh: Why Western double standards, not Muslim extremists, are the greatest threat to global security,” TLS, the Times literary supplement. (5196): 16-17 NOV 1 2002

Ravich, Samantha F. (2000), “Eyeing Indonesia through the Lens of Aceh,” (Aceh, Indonesia) The Washington Quarterly, v23(3): p7 Summer

*SULAWESI (CELEBES)*

Mydans, Seth (2002), “Jihad seethes, and grows, on Indonesian island,” (Sulawesi), The New York Times, pA3(N) pA3(L) col 1 (35 col in) Jan 10, 2002

The rest including Timor and Ambon

Cohen, M. (1995), “God and country: attacks on Muslim in Timor prompt backlash,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 158: 22-23 Oct 26

*MALAYSIA*
Anonymous (2003), “The greening of Malaysia,” (politics in Malaysia; Islamic opposition, Economist, 367(8318) pNA, April 5

Anonymous (2000), “Inside the new politics [fear of growth of Islamic fundamentalism in the north]”, Economist 355(8165): 42 April 8

Anonymous (2000), “Fear and loathing in Malaysia’s heartland,” [opposition must do well in Muslim states to beat Mahathir Mohamad, Economist, 352(8134): 29-30 Aug 28

Anonymous (1997), “Beauty and the priests [prime minister of Malaysia takes on Islamic religious court], Economist, 344: 31-32 Aug 23

Anonymous (1997), “Closed for prayers [Kelantan becomes more Islamic],” Economist, 341: 47 Oct 26

Anonymous (1995), “Thank god, it’s Friday [Kelantan follows Islamic values],” Economist, 336: 28 Jul 1

Anonymous (1994), “A butterfly upon a wheel: [Islamic sect sees itself as victim of government authoritarianism],” Economist, 332: 35-36 Sept 10

Anonymous (1994), “Holier than them [government fears Shia missionary organization, Al Arqam] Economist, 332: 33-34 Jul 23

Anonymous (1994), “Malaysia’s dangerous brew [playing politics with religion is not smart] Economist, 332: 35-36 Sept 10

Anonymous (1993), “No cause for celebration: liquor curbs strike a nerve in the malay heartland,” Asiaweek 19(34) 25 Aug 23.

Anonymous (1992), “cultural clean-up,” Asiaweek 18(23) 31 Jun 5

Anonymous (1992), “Hudad law controversy: chronology of events,” Aliran monthly, 12(4): 3-7.

Anonymous (1992), “Islam and the law,” Asiaweek 18(23): 27-31 Jun 5.

Anonymous (1992), “Legal challenge,” Asiaweek 18(16): 40 April 17.

Anonymous (1992), “Out of Malaysia,” Asiaweek 18(48) 39 Nov 27.

Anonymous (1992), “The rocket goes to the moon: DAP holds historic dialogue with Kelantan PAS led government,” Aliran Monthly, 12(2): 2-5

Anonymous (1992), “Triumph of the moderates,” Asiaweek 18(49) 45 Dec 4

Anonymous (1991), “Malaysia; PAS principles. (Parti Islam se-Malaysia),” Economist 1991 319(7704): 42-3 April 27

Das, K. (1980), “Chosen ones who went amok,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 110: 10-11 Oct 24

Elegant, S. (2000), “Bound by tradition,” [discrimination against Muslim women in Mayalsia, Far Eastern Economic Review, 163(30):64-66 July 27

Gardels Nathan (2002), “Muslim "ulamas" stand in the way of modernization,” (The West and Islam)(Interview) New Perspectives Quarterly, 19(2): 56-58s Spring

Hiebert, M. (1997), “A woman’s place” [Muslim women caught in between Malaysia’s modernization efforts and religious practices] Far Eastern Economic Review, 160: 44-46 Dec 18

Hiebert, M. (1995), “Islam or investment” [state told to vote money or vote religion] Far Eastern Economic Review, 158: 20-21 Mar 30

Holland, L. (2001), “Party of Islam? Well, sort of,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 164(25): 26-27 June 28

Jayasankaran, S. (2002), “A Plan to End Extremism,” (Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad is backing several extremely controversial initiatives against Islamic extremism. If he succeeds, it will mean radical changes in the lives of Malaysia's youth), Far Eastern Economic Review, December 26, 2002 - January 02, 2003, http://www.feer.com/articles/2002/0212_26/p012region.html

Jayasankaran, S. (2002), “Fertile ground,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 165(30): 6 Aug 1

Jayasankaran, S. (2002), “A death hurts the Islamic opposition,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 165(26): 15 July 14

Jayasankaran, S. (2000), “Question of faith: concern grows that the ruling party may seize the Islamic initiative to win votes,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 163(42): 32 Oct 19

Jayasankaran, S. (1999), “Politics of the pulpit: Mosque becomes political platforms for the opposition,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 162(37): 22 Sep 16

Jayasankaran, S. (1998), “Forbidden love: cross-cultural romance sparks Muslim anger,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 161(21): 15 Feb 4

Jayasankaran, S. and M. Hiebert (1997), “Malaysian dilemmas [economic success creates problems even as life improves]” Far Eastern Economic Review, 160: 18-20 Sep 4

Jayasankaran, S. (1997), “New convictions: Islamic groups run into government opposition [militant Shia theology creates unrest in Malaysia]” Far Eastern Economic Review, 159: 21 July 11

Jayasankaran, S. (1996), “Blunt message: Mahathir meets Islamic opposition head-on Far Eastern Economic Review, 159: 21-2 Aug

Jayasankaran, S. (1995), “About face: Mahathir backs Islamic ‘rehabilitation’ center Far Eastern Economic Review, 158: 16 Jul 6

Jayasankaran, S. (1995), “Close encounter” [Muslim leader denies violating religious law] Far Eastern Economic Review, 158: 20 Feb 16

Kent, Jonathan (2003), “Malaysian Islamist calls for stonings,” (The spiritual leader of Malaysia's main Islamist opposition party, Pas, has called for people convicted of sex crimes to be stoned to death in public), BBC News, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/2648569.stm

Noor, F. A. (1999), “Malaysia: Islam vs secularism?,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 162(25): 32 June 24

Segal, Jeffrey (1982), “Funds for the fathful: after careful preparation, Malaysia is set to open its first Islamic bank,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 118: 58, 60-61 Dec 17

Suthasasna, Arong (1989) Thai society and the Muslim minority South East Asian Review (Bihar, India) 14, nos.1-2 (Jan) 91-112

Tasker, Rodney (1980), “Keeping Islam in balance: the government acts as extremists endanger delicate equilibrium in Malaysia,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 110: 34-36 Nov 28

Vatikiotis, M. (1994), “Radical chic: Islamic fringe groups gain influence among the elite,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 157: 33 May 26

Zulkifli Alwi (1992), Casting the first stone: theological debate on hudad law gives politicians a field day,” Malaysian business, 23-26, June 16.

*SINGAPORE*
Arnold, Wayne (2001), “Digital marriage divide,” (Muslim organizations in Singapore say declaring a divorce on a cell phone text message doesn't make it legitimate) The New York Times August 12, 2001 s0 pBU4(N) pBU4(L)

Tsuruoka, D. (1994), “Memories of violence,” Far Eastern Economic Review,” 157: 28 Aug 11

Tsuruoka, D. (1994), “In the name of security: government moves to ban radical Islamic sect” Far Eastern Economic Review,” 157: 25 Aug 11

Tasker, R. (1994), “Premier vs. preacher: the Malaysian government steps up its campaign against the banned Al-Arqam Islamic sect, detaining its leader Ashaari Muhammad after his deportation from self-exile in Thailand,” Far Eastern Economic Review,”157: 14-15 Sept 15

*BRUNEI*
Hussainmiya, B. A. (1994), “Philosophy for a rich, small state,” (Brunei) Far Eastern Economic Review, 157(6):31 Feb 10, 1994

Vatikiotis, Michael (1993), “Lord of the rigs. (Brunei's Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah manipulates culture and religion to keep his status as Eastern Asia's only absolute monarch) (Asian Royalty) Far Eastern Economic Review, 156(17): 22 April 29, 1993

*PHILIPPINES*
Anonymous (2003), “True voice for Mindanao and Muslim Filipinos,” [Rep. Abdulgani ‘Gerry” Salapuddin, lone Distric of Basilian Deputy House Speaker for Mindanao], Philippines Free Press, July 26, 2003, 30: 13-16

Anonymous (2001), “South Sea trouble; The Philippines.” (The politics of separatism in the Philippines)(issue of autonomy for island of Mindanao) Economist, , 2001 pNA August 11

Anonymous (1986), “The Moro peace move,” Asiaweek (Hongkong) 12(37): 10-11 (Sep 14)

Hookway, James (1999), “Weak Minadanao economy fuels Islamic rebel group,” Asian Wall Street Journal, Jun 14.

Tasker, Rodney (1977) Moro rebels--Marcos tries it his way Far Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong) 98(41) : 19-20 (Oct 14, 1977)

Tasker, Rodney (1977), “The Moro rebellion; who calls the shots?”, Far Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong) 95(2): 18-20 (Jan 14,)

*THAILAND*
Fairclough, G. (1994), “Hidden hands: politicians and army blamed for bombings in the south, Far Eastern Economic Review 157: 20 June 9

Forbes, Andrew (1980), “Legacy of resentment,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 108: 21-22, June 20

McBeth, John (1980), “Separation is the goal and religious the weapon,” Far Eastern Economic Review 108:18-21

McBeth, John; Das, K. (1980), “A frontier of fear and factions: Muslim separatists and communist guerillas prey on villagers compounding problems in Thailand's Islamic deep south,” Far Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong) 108(26): 16-21 (Jun 20)

Sricharatchanya, Paisal (1981), “Muslims move in, the CPM’s role as boss of the Thai border is under threat from Pulo separatists,” Far Eastern Economic Review 114: 23-24, 26, Oct 9

Tasker, R. (1997), “Border Breakthrough: Malaysia and Thailand team up to battle insurgents,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 161: 18 Feb 12

Vitikiotis, M. (1996), “Ties of faith: Muslims want to integrate—but also to keep identity,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 159: 29-30 April 11

*VIETNAM*
Anonymous (2003), “Vietnam 'repressing minorities'” BBC News, Tuesday, 21 January, 2003, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/2680937.stm

Arthurs, Clare (2003), “Vietnam tightens grip on religion,” BBC News, Friday, 24 January, 2003, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/2690495.stm

Arthurs, Clare (2002), “Vietnam hill tribe men jailed,” (A Vietnamese court has sentenced eight people to long jail terms for having contact with what the Communist Party regards as hostile forces in the United States) BBC News, Thursday, 26 December, 2002, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/2606271.stm

Arthurs, Clare (2002), “Hanoi admits role in hilltribes crisis,” (More than a year after ethnic unrest in Vietnam's central highlands erupted into protests, the communist authorities have admitted for the first time that a failure of economic and social policy is partly responsible for the region's problems) BBC News, Wednesday, 12 June, 2002, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/2041062.stm

Anonymous (2001), “Ethnic unrest in Vietnam's highlands,” Wednesday, 7 February, 2001, BBC News, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/1158595.stm

Mydans, Seth (2000), “Vietnam: hostage let go,” (Muslim rebels still hold 19 mostly foreign tourists)(International Pages) New York Times, July 15, 2000 s0 pA4(N) pA4(L) col 4 (1 col in)

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Journals: location and call number
Akademika. Hamilton Asia- AS486.U54 A13
Aliran monthly Hamilton Asia Folio DS591 .A45
Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science Hamilton Main H1 .A4
Annual Review of Sociology Hamilton HM1 .A763
American Anthropologist, Hamilton Main GN1 .A5
American ethnologist. Hamilton Main GN1 .A53
American Journal of International Law Hamilton Main JX1 .A7
American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences Hamilton Main DS35.3 .A44
American Universities Field Staff Reports, Southeast Asia Series, Sinclair Main- D6 .A54
Ampo. Hamilton Asia, DS889.3.U6 A53
Antropologi Indonesia, Hamilton Asia, GN1 .B44
Anthropology and education quarterly, Hamilton Main LB45 .C67a
Anthropology Today Hamilton Main GN1 .R69
Anthropos (Salzburg, Austria) Hamilton Main GN1 .A7
Archipel, Hamilton Asia, DS501 .A64
Archipelago Hamilton Asia DS651. A72
Arts of Asia, Hamilton Asia, N8 .A772
ASEAN Law and Society Journal (Quezon City) UH Law: Main Collection K1 .S72
Asia (New York) Hamilton Asia, DS1 .A4712
Asian and African studies (Jerusalem), Sinclair Main DS1 .A4731
Asian Wall Street Journal Hamilton Asia- MICROFILM S90007
Asia journal of theology. Hamilton Asia, BR1 .A84
Asia research bulletin. Hamilton Asia, DS1 .A477
Asia Pacific Review Hamilton Asia, DS501 .A67
Asian affairs, an American review. Hamilton Asia- DS33.4.U6 A85
Asian journal of women's studies Hamilton Asia, HQ1726 .A13
Asian and Pacific Migration Journal,APMJ Hamilton Pacific- JV8490 .A127
Asian profile Hamilton Asia DS1 .A4746
Asian research trends Hamilton Asia DS1 .A86
Asian Review, Hamilton Main DS1 .A7
Asian studies (Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines) Hamilton Asia- DS1 .A52
Asian Survey, Hamilton Asia DS1 .A594
Asian studies review. Hamilton Asia DS32.9.A8 A75a
Asian thought & society. Hamilton Asia DS1 .A74
Asiaweek Hamilton Asia DS1 .A87
Atlantic, Sinclair Library AP2 .A8
Australian journal of anthropology. Hamilton Main GN1 .A9
Australian Journal of Education Hamilton Main L91 .A8
Australian journal of psychology Hamilton Main- BF1 .B74
Australian journal of international affairs. Hamilton Main- DU80 .A947
Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde, Hamilton Asia DS611 .B5
Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas Hamilton Asia- BX1656 .B6
British journal of sociology Hamilton Main- HM1 .B75
Bulletin of the American historical collection Hamilton Asia DS651 .A43
Bulletin of concerned Asian scholars Hamilton Asia DS1 .B833
Bulletin of Indonesian economic studies Hamilton Asia HC446 .A88
Bulletin of the Institute of Traditional Cultures of South and S.E Asia, Madras Hamilton Asia AS472.M13 A15
Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London Hamilton Asia PJ3 .L6
Cahiers du monde russe Hamilton Main- DK1 .C2
Chronicle of Higher Education Hamilton Folio- LB2300 .C57
Civil & Military Law Journal (New Delhi) Hamilton Asia K.I4 C582CI
Comparative Politics (New York) Hamilton Main JA1 .C66
Comparative studies in society and history, Hamilton Main H1 .C73
Contemporary drug problems UH Law: Main Collection HV5800 .C66
Contemporary review (London, England) Hamilton Main AP4 .C7
Contemporary Southeast Asia Hamilton Asia DS520 .C65
Contributions to Southeast Asian ethnography Hamilton Asia GN635.A75 C66
Critique of anthropology Hamilton Main GN1 .C73
Crossroads (De Kalb, Ill.) Hamilton Asia DS501 .C76
Current history. (Philadelphia, P.A..), Hamilton Main D 501 .N5
Dansalan quarterly. Hamilton Asia- HN720.M5 D37
Diliman Review (Quezon City, Philippines) Hamilton Asia AP8 .D54
Dialog (Jakarta, Indonesia : 1978) Hamilton Asia AP95.I5 D42
Economic and Political Weekly Hamilton Asia HC431 .E326
Economic development and cultural change, Hamilton Main HC10 .C453
Economist (London, England : 1843) Hamilton Main HB1 .E6
Economy and Society, Hamilton Main H1.E36
Ethnic studies report Hamilton Asia GN301 .E84
Ethnic and racial studies Hamilton Main HT1501 .E73
Ethnohistory, Hamilton Main- E51 .E8
Ethnomusicology Sinclair Main- ML1 .E77
Explorations in economic history Hamilton Main- HB615 .E8
Far Eastern economic review. Hamilton Asia HC411 .F191
Far Eastern quarterly. [Journal of Asian studies] Hamilton Asia DS501 .J68
Financial Accountability & Management Hamilton Main HJ101 .F56
Folklore studies Hamilton Asia GR1 .A88
Foreign affairs (Council on Foreign Relations) Hamilton Main D410 .F761
Foreign affairs Malaysia. Hamilton Asia, DS596.3 .F67
Foreign relations journal. [Philippine Council for Foreign Relations] Hamilton Asia DS686.5 .F67
Guardian (Rangoon),, Hamilton Asia, AP8 .G78
Hamdard Islamicus Hamilton Asia, BP1 .H344
History of religions Hamilton Main BL1 .H5
History Today Hamilton Main D 1 .H818
IIAS yearbook, Hamilton Asia Reference-DS1 .I35
Indonesia (Ithaca, N.Y.) Hamilton Asia DS611 .I55
Indonesia Circle Hamilton Asia DS611 .I3946
Indonesia and the Malay world, (formerly Indonesia Circle) Hamilton Asia DS611 .I3946
Indonesian quarterly Hamilton Asia- DS611 .I525
Indonesian Review of International Affairs Sinclair Main- DS638 .I626
Inside Asia Hamilton Asia- DS1 .I5
Islamiyat. Hamilton Asia- DS36.85 .I82
Intimasi, Sinclair Main- DS597 .I58
International journal of psychology = Journal international de psychologie Hamilton Main BF1 .A158
International journal of sociology of the family. Hamilton Asia- HQ1 .I58
International Review of Mission Hamilton Main BV2351 .I6
Internationale Politik (Bonn, Germany : 1995) Hamilton Main- D839 .E86
Islam & Christian Muslim relations. Hamilton Main BP172 .I787
Islamic culture Hamilton Asia- DS36 .I74
Islamic herald Hamilton Asia- BP1 .I675
Islamic Quarterly Hamilton Main D198 .I8
Islamic studies. Hamilton Asia- BP1 .I72
Issues & studies. Hamilton Asia- DS701 .I833
Itinerario (Leiden) Hamilton Asia- JV2501 .I88
Jebat. Hamilton Asia DS591 .J42
Journal of Anthropological Research (Albuquerque, NM) Hamilton Main GN1 .S6
Journal of Asian history (Wiesbaden). Hamilton Asia DS1 .J687
Journal of Asian studies. (formerly Far Eastern Quarterly) Hamilton Asia- DS501 .J68
Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. Hamilton Asia AS492 .S62
Journal of developing societies. Hamilton Asia- DS1 .J693
Journal of Asian and African studies. Hamilton Asia DS1 .J67
Journal of Burma studies Hamilton Asia DS527.9 .J68
Journal of Conflict Resolution Hamilton Main JX1901 .J6
Journal of comparative family studies, Hamilton Main HQ1 .J58
Journal of contemporary Asia. Hamilton Asia DS1 .J68
Journal of Dharma Hamilton Asia BL1 .J62
Journal of History (Manila), Hamilton Asia DS651 .P4942
Journal of International Affairs, Hamilton Main JX1 .C6
Journal of Modern History Hamilton Main D1 .J6
Journal of Race Development, (cont. as Journal of international relations), Sinclair Main JX1 .J6
Journal of Religious History Hamilton Main BR140 .J65
Journal of social, political and economic studies Hamilton Main H1 .J563
Journal of Southeast Asian History, Hamilton Asia DS501 .J65
Journal of Southeast Asian studies. Hamilton Asia DS501 .J652
Journal of the American Oriental Society Hamilton Main PJ2 .A6
Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh. Hamilton Asia AS599.A8 A3
Journal of the Bihar Puravid Parishad (Patna) Hamilton Asia DS485 .B5 B484a
Journal of the Burma Research Society Hamilton Asia DS485.B79 B81
Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient Hamilton Asia HC411 .J6
Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society. Hamilton Asia DS376 .P296
Journal of Politics Hamilton Main JA1 .J826
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (continues as Man)
Hamilton Main GN1 .J687
Journal of the Siam Society, Hamilton Asia DS561 .S5
Journal of Tropical Geography (Kuala Lumpur) Hamilton Asia G515 .M35
Journal for the scientific study of religion. Hamilton Main BL1 .J6
Jurnal antropologi dan sosioloji Sinclair DS591 .J47
Kabar seberang sulating Maphilindo. Hamilton Asia DS501 .K33
Kinaadman. (Wisdom) Hamilton Asia. DS651 .K56
Law and society review UH Law: Main Collection K12 .A93
Language Sciences (Tokyo) Hamilton Main- P1 .L314
Malaysia in history. Hamilton Asia DS591 .M347
Malaysian business Hamilton Asia HC445.5.A1 M33
Man - journal of the royal anthropological institute Hamilton Main GN1 .M25
Manusia dan masyarakat. Hamilton Asia GN635.M4 M27
Malaysian Journal of Economic Studies Hamilton Asia HB1 .K35
Masyarakat Indonesia Hamilton Asia. H8 .M36
Middle East journal Hamilton Main- DS1 .M5
Millennium. Journal of international studies Hamilton Main- JX1 .M54
Military History, Hamilton Government Docs ELECTRONIC FORMAT http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS3864
Mindanao Journal (Marawi City, Philippines) Hamilton Asia. DS688.S9 M55
Mirror (Singapore) Hamilton Asia Folio DS598.S7 A214
Mizan (Jakarta, Indonesia) Hamilton Asia BP63.I5 M59
Modern Asian studies. Hamilton Asia DS1 .M58
Moro kurier [Iligan City, Philippines : Moro People's Resource Center] Hamilton Asia. DS666.M8 M69
Moussons Hamilton Asia HN690.8 A3
Muang Boran journal Hamilton Asia DS568 .M82
Muslim world.(Hartford Conn.) Hamilton Main DS36 .M7
National midweek. Hamilton Asia DS651 .N28
National geographic. Hamilton Main G1 .N27
Negara. Hamilton Asia HN700.6 .A54
New Perspectives Quarterly Hamilton Main E839.5 .N379
New Republic Hamilton Main AP2 .N4
New York Times Hamilton Main MICROFILM S90021
New Zealand International Review Hamilton Folio D839 .N485
Nusantara. Hamilton Asia, H8 .N92
Oceania. Hamilton Pacific- DU28 .O3
off our backs Hamilton Folio HQ1101 .O34
Orbis (Louvain, Belgium) Hamilton Main P2 .O7
Pacific Affairs, Hamilton Asia, DU1 .P13
Pacific review (Oxford, England) Hamilton Asia, DS501 .P346
Pacific Viewpoint Hamilton Main- AS741 .P3
Pakistan Horizon (Karachi) Hamilton Asia- DS376 .P32
Past & Present, Hamilton Main- D1 .P35
Pilipinas. Hamilton Asia- DS651 .F55
Philippine development forum Hamilton Asia HC451 .P528
Philippines Free Press Hamilton Asia Folio DS651. P64
Philippine Journal of Public Administration (Manila) Hamilton Asia- JA26 .P5
Philippine political science journal Hamilton Asia- JQ1 .P55
Philippine quarterly of culture & society Hamilton Asia DS651 .P45
Philippine review of business and economics. Sinclair Main- HC451.A1 P35
Philippine Social Sciences Review (PSSR) Hamilton Asia- H8 .P5
Philippine Sociological Review Hamilton Asia- DS651 .P462
Philippine Studies (Quezon City) Hamilton Asia- DS651 .P623
Political Science Quarterly Hamilton Main H1 .P8
Population and development review. Hamilton Main HB848 .P62
Population studies Hamilton Main- HB881.A1 P67
Prisma (Jakarta, Indonesia : 1975) Hamilton Asia, HC446 .P73
Psychiatry, interpersonal and biological processes Hamilton Main RC321 .P93
Public policy (Quezon City, Philippines) Hamilton Asia- JQ1409.5.P64 P83
Quadrant Hamilton Main AP7 .Q8
Quest Sinclair Main DS401 .Q84
Race and Class, (London, Institute of Race Relations), Hamilton Main HT1501 .R25
Religiosa Indonesian Journal on Religious Harmony (Yogyakarta) Hamilton Asia- BL2110 .R35
Review of Indonesian and Malaysian affairs. Hamilton Asia DS611 .S94
Review of religious research. Hamilton Main BL1 .R485
Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland. Hamilton Asia, DS1 .R71
SAIS Review Hamilton Main D839 .S36
Salam (Marawi, Philippines) Sinclair Main- DS666.M7 S33
Sarawak Museum journal. Hamilton Asia, DS646.36 .A35
Sawaddi. Hamilton Asia- DS561 .S29
Silliman journal Hamilton Asia- AS540 .S5
Singapore journal of tropical geography. Hamilton Asia- G905 .S56
Studia Islamika Hamilton Asia- BP1 .S82
Studies in conflict and terrorism. (Formed by the union of: Conflict; and: Terrorism.) Hamilton Main HV6431 .T46
Sociological analysis (Sheffield, England) Hamilton Main HM1 .S674
Social analysis (Adelaide, S. Aust.) Hamilton Main HM1 .S58
Social compass Hamilton Main-. HN30 .S62
sociological quarterly Hamilton Main-. HM1 .S69
Sociology of religion Hamilton Main HN51 .S63
Sojourn (Singapore, Singapore) Hamilton Asia, HN690.8 .A55
Solidarity. [Manila, Philippines, Solidaridad Pub. House] Hamilton Asia, DS651 .S6
South East Asia journal of theology, Hamilton Asia BV4019 .S43
Southeast Asia chronicle. Hamilton Asia- DS521 .I64
South East Asia research Hamilton Asia DS520 .S63
Southeast Asian archives Hamilton Asia- CD2010 .S65
Southeast Asian affairs Hamilton Asia DS502 .S76
South East Asian review. Hamilton Asia DS501 .S756
Southeast Asian journal of social science. Hamilton Asia HN661 .S59
Southwestern social science quarterly, Hamilton Main, H1 .S65
Speeches. Singapore Hamilton Asia J618.S5 R18
Silsilah [Zamboanga City, Philippines: Islamo-Christian Silsilah Dialogue Movement] Hamilton Asia BP172 .S55
Studia Islamika, Hamilton Asia BP1 .S82
Studies in comparative international development Hamilton Main, HD82 .S79
Studies in family planning. Hamilton Main HQ763 .S78
Studies in Islam / [Indian Institute of Islamic Studies] Hamilton Asia BP1 .S83
Studies in Third World Societies (Williamsburg, VA) Hamilton Main, HN980 .S8
Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, Hamilton Main, RC574 .L54
Swiss Review of World Affairs, Sinclair Main D839 .S9
Sulu studies. Hamilton Asia DS688.S9 S9
Sumber Hamilton Asia HC445.5.A1 S86
Tambara: Ateneo De Davao University Journal, Hamilton Asia DS651 .T36
Tapol (London, England : 1973) Hamilton Pacific DS611 .T17
Tenggara. [Kuala Lumpur, Raybooks Magazines] Hamilton Asia- DS501 .T43
T¯onan Ajia kenky¯u. [South East Asian studies], Hamilton East DS501 .K96
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie Hamilton Main, HC10 .T55
Time, Hamilton Main AP2 .T37
TLS, the Times literary supplement. Hamilton Main, MICROFILM S90028
Third world quarterly. Hamilton Main HC59.7 .T458
Tropical doctor Hamilton Main RC960 .T764
Unitas (Manila, Philippines) Hamilton Asia- LH7.M28 U5
Urban Studies Hamilton Main HT101 .U7
Washington Quarterly Hamilton Main D839 .W33
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, Hamilton Main DS63.1 .W28
Women's studies international forum. Hamilton Main HQ1101 .W74
World Archeology Hamilton Main CC1 .W67
World Today, Hamilton Main D410 .W63
Yearbook for traditional music Sinclair Closed Shelves ML26 .I5445

 
   

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