SulTeng Statue

                                                                                                                          Statue, Bada Valley. Photo Kal Muller

Druce, Stephen,  see download menu (click on name for bibliography).

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. 2016. Vertebrate fauna from Gua Sambangoala, Southeast Sulawesi. Terra Australis 48:153-69.  https://press.anu.edu.au/publications/series/terra-australis/archaeology-sulawesi#tabanchor

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.

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.

Gaynor, Jennifer. 2017. Tiworo in the seascape of the spice wars. Bulletin de l'Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient 103:237-56.

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.

George, Kenneth M. 1990. Felling a song with a new ax: Writing and the reshaping of ritual song performance in upland Sulawesi. Journal of American Folklore 103:3-23.

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.

Hadrawi, Muhlis. 2016. Narratives of sexuality in Bugis and Makasar manuscripts. International Journal of Asia Pacific Studies 12(1):187-206.  http://dx.doi.org/10.21315/ijaps2016.12.s1.9

Hadrawi, Muhlis and Nuraidar Agus 2018. Wanuwa and the communalism system of ancient Soppeng. A manuscript-based study. In: Wahab, Mohd Rohaizat Abdul et al. Selected topics on archaeology, history and culture in the Malay World. EBSCO Publishing via Australian National University, pp.73-85.

Hakim, Budianto, Sue O’Connor and David Bulbeck. 2016. Black drawings at the cave site of Gua Pondoa, Southeast Sulawesi: The motifs and a comparison with pigment art elsewhere in Sulawesi and the broader Western Pacific region. Terra Australis 48:79-92. https://press.anu.edu.au/publications/series/terra-australis/archaeology-sulawesi#tabanchor

Hakim, Budianto, Muhammad Nur and Rustam. 2009. The sites of Gua Pasaung (Rammang-Rammang) and Mallawa. Indicators of cultural contact between the Toalian and Neolithic complexes in South Sulawesi. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 29:45-52

Halikowski-Smith, Stefan. 2010. No obvious home: The flight of the Portuguese “tribe” from Makassar to Ayutthaya and Cambodia during the 1660s. International Journal of Asian Studies 7(1):1–28.

Hasanuddin. 2016a. Prehistoric sites in Kabupaten Enrekang, South Sulawesi. Terra Australis 48:171-89. https://press.anu.edu.au/publications/series/terra-australis/archaeology-sulawesi#tabanchor

Hasanuddin. 2016b. 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.

Susan Hayes and Gert van den Bergh. 2016. Cave art, art and geometric morphometrics: Shape changes and the babirusa of Sulawesi. Terra Australis 40:43-59. https://press.anu.edu.au/publications/series/terra-australis/archaeology-sulawesi#tabanchor

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

Henley, David and Ian Caldwell. 2019. Precolonial citizenship in South Sulawesi. Citizenship Studies 23(3):240-55.

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.

Idrus,Nurul Ilmi. 2004. Behind the notion of Siala. Marriage, adat and Islam among the Bugis in South Sulawesi. Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context 10: n.p.

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

Pradiptajati Kusuma and others. 2017.  The last sea nomads of the Indonesian archipelago: genomic origins and dispersal. European Journal of Human Genetics 25:1004–10. 

Kispal-van Deijk, Gabrielle. 2103. Ubiquitous but elusive: The Chinese of Makassar in VOC times. Journal of Asian History 47(1):81-103

Knaap, Gerrit. 2006. All about money: Maritime trade in Makassar and west Java around 1775. Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 49(4):482-508.

Koolhof, Sirtjo,  see download menu (click on name for bibliography).

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.