SulTeng Statue

                                                                                                                          Statue, Bada Valley. Photo Kal Muller

Druce, Stephen. 2017. The decentralised Austronesian polity. Of Mandalas, Negaras, Galactics, and the South Sulawesi kingdoms. Suvannabhumi 9(2):7-34.

Druce, Stephen. 2016a. Orality, writing and history. The literature of the Bugis and Makasar of South Sulawesi (Introduction to Special Issue). International Journal of Asia Pacific Studies 12(1):1-5. http://dx.doi.org/10.21315/ijaps2016.12.s1.1

Druce, Stephen. 2016b. Transmitting the past in South Sulawesi. The Hikajat Sawitto and other Bugis and Makasar historical works. International Journal of Asia Pacific Studies 12(1):73-117. http://dx.doi.org/10.21315/ijaps2016.12.s1.5

Druce, Stephen, 2014. Dating the tributary and domain lists of the South Sulawesi kingdoms. in: Ampuan Haji Brahim bin Ampuan Haji Tengah (ed.) Cetusan minda sarjana. Sastera dan budaya. Brunei: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, pp. 145-156. 

Druce, Stephen, David Bulbeck and Irfan Mahmud. 2005. A transitional Islamic Bugis cremation in Bulubangi, South Sulawesi. Its historical and archaeological context. Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs, 39(1):1-22.

Esteban, Ivie Carbon. 2013. Reframing and decolonizing the narrative genre of Sinrilik from Makassar, Indonesia. Social Science Diliman 9(2):26-48.

Esteban, Ivie Carbon. 2010. The narrative of war in Makassar. Its ambiguities and contradictions. Sari - International Journal of the Malay World and Civilisation 28(1):103-123.

Fakhri, Suryatman, Budianto Hakim and Ratno Sardi. 2015. Exploration of prehistoric sites in the Karama watershed, West Sulawesi, Indonesia. From early occupation until the metal age. Journal of Indo-Pacific Archaeology 39:18-25.

Friedericy, H.J. 1933. De standen bij de Boegineezen en Makassaren. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde van Nederlandsch-Indië 90(1):447-602.

Gallop, Annabel Teh. 2010. The Boné Qur’an from South Sulawesi.  In: Margaret S. Graves and Benoît Junod (eds) Treasures of the Aga Khan Museum. Arts of the book and calligraphy. Istanbul: Aga Khan Trust for Culture and Sakip Sabanci University & Museum, pp.162-173.

George, Kenneth. 1993. Dark trembling, Ethnographic notes on secrecy and concealment in highland Sulawesi. Anthropological Quarterly 66(4):230-39.

George, Kenneth M. 1991. Headhunting, history and exchange in upland Sulawesi. Journal of Asian Studies 50(3):536-64.

Gibson, Thomas. 1995. Having your house and eating it. Houses and siblings in Ara, South Sulawesi. In: Janet Carsten and Stephen Hugh-Jones (eds) About the house. Buildings, groups, and categories in holistic perspective. Essays on an idea by C. Lévi-Strauss. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.197-213.

Glover, Ian. 1976. Ulu Leang Cave, Maros. A Preliminary Sequence of post-Pleistocene Cultural Development in South Sulawesi. Archipel 11(1):113-54.

Gremmen, W.H.E. 1990. Palynological investigations in the Danau Tempe depression, southwest Sulawesi (Celebes). Modern Quaternary Research in Southeast Asia 11:123-34.

Hasanuddin. 2016. Nilai-nilai sosial dan religi dalam tradisi megalitik di Sulawesi Selatan. Kapata Arkeologi 12(2):191-198.

Hasanuddin. 2011. Megalithic sites in the district of Sinjai, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 31:76-84.

Henley, David,  see download menu (click on name for bibliography).

Henley, David and Ian Caldwell. 2008. Kings and covenants. Stranger kings and social contract in Sulawesi. Indonesia and the Malay World 37(105): 269-91.

Hickson. 1887. Notes on the Sengirese. Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and ireland 16:136-43.

Jukes, Anthony, 2015. Nominalized clauses in Makasar. Nusa 59:21-32.  http://hdl.handle.net/10108/86505

Jukes, Anthony. 2013a. Aspectual and modal clitics in Makassarese. NUSA: Linguistic studies of languages in and around Indonesia Vol.55 pp.123 -33.  http://hdl.handle.net/10108/74329

Jukes, Anthony. 2013b. Voice, valence and focus in Makassarese. NUSA: Linguistic studies of languages in and around Indonesia Vol.54 pp.67 -84.   http://hdl.handle.net/10108/71806

Koolhof, Sirtjo. 2008. Sureq versus lontaraq. The great divide? Language and text in the Austronesian world. Studies in honor of Ülo Sirk. Y. Lander and A. Ogloblin. Berlin, Lincome Europe, pp. 327-38.

Koolhof, Sirtjo. 2007. Sureq, Lontaraq, Toloq. Manuskrip dan ragam sastera Bugis. Sari 25:171-86.

Koolhof, Sirtjo.  2004. The sleeping giant. Dynamics of a Bugis epic (South Sulawesi, Indonesia). In: J. Jansen and H. M. J. Maier (eds) Epic adventures. Heroic narrative in the oral performance traditions of four continents. Münster: Lit Verlag, pp. 98-111.

Koohof, Sirtjo. 1999. The 'La Galigo'. A Bugis encyclopaedia and its growth. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 155(3):362-87.

Koolhof, Sirtjo and Roger Tol. 1993. The delight of the Dutch Compagnie. On the Toloqna Musuq Boné by Daéng ri Aja. Jambatan. Tijdschrift voor de geschiedenis van Indonesië 11(3):99-108.

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