Special Issue of International Journal of Asia Pacific Studies 


Orality, Writing and History: The Literature of the Bugis and Makasar of South Sulawesi.

edited by Stephen C. Druce

Contents:

Orality, Writing and History: The Literature of the Bugis and Makasar of South Sulawesi (Introduction to Special Issue), by Stephen   C. Druce

Christian Pelras and His Work: 17 August 1934–19 July 2014, by Campbell Macknight.

Orality and Writing among the Bugis, by Christian Pelras (transl. Campbell Macknight)

The Media of Bugis Literacy: A Coda to Pelras, by Campbell Macknight

Transmitting the Past in South Sulawesi: The hikajat Sawitto and Other Bugis and Makasar Historical Works, by Stephen C. Druce 

Family Matters: Bugis Genealogies and Their Contribution to Austronesian Studies, by Ian Caldwell and Kathryn Wellen

The Inside View on Makassar’s 16th to 17th Century History: Changing Marital Alliances and Persistent Settlement Patterns, by David Bulbeck

The Pau-paunnaIndale Patara: Sufism and the Bugis Adaption and Transformation of the Hikayat Inderaputera, by Nurhayati Rahman

Narratives of Sexuality in Bugis and Makasar Manuscripts, by Muhlis Hadrawi

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