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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; Nuraidar Agus and Hasanuddin. 2022. Possible traces of early Malay settlement in South Sulawesi. Indonesia and the Malay World 50:1-13.

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. 2016a. 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, Stuart Hawkins, David Bulbeck, Ian Caldwell, Stephen Druce and Campbell Macknight. 2016b. Material culture at Allangkanangnge ri Latanete in relation to the origins of Bugis kingdoms. 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,  see download menu (click on name for bibliography).

Hasanuddin , Bernadeta AKW , Andi Muhammad Syaiful , Lutfi Yondri , Iwan Sumantri , Muhammad Nur , Supriadi , Rustan , Isbahuddin , Khairun Al Ansyary , Khaidir  Sirajuddin. 2020. Interaction between the Toalean and Austronesian  cultures in the Mallawa Area, Maris district, South Sulawesi. Journal of Info-Pacific Archaeology 44:329-49.

Hayes, Susan 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

Kusuma, Pradiptajati  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.Lapian, Adrian. 2003. Laut Sulawesi: The Celebes Sea, from center to peripheries. Moussons 7:3-16.

Leirissa, R. 2000. The Bugis-Makassarese in the port towns; Ambon and Ternate through the nineteenth century. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 156(3):619-33.

Liebner, Horst. 2005. Indigenous concepts of orientation of South Sulawesi sailors. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 161(2/3):269-317.

Liebner, Horst. 1993. Remarks on the terminology of boatbuilding and seamanship in some languages of South Sulawesi. Indonesia Circle 59/60:18-45.

Lineton, Jacqueline. 1975. Pasompe’ Ugi’: Bugis migrants and wanderers. Archipel 10(1):173-201.

Lijf, J.M. van. 1953. Het graf van de Luwuse vorst Matinroë ri Malangke (met platen). Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 109(4):379-381. Plates can be found in Chamsi-Pasha 2008 (under Theses).

Lopez, Ariel. 2018. Kinship, Islam, and raiding in Maguindanao, c.1760-1780. In: Charney, Michael and Kathryn Wellen (eds) Warring societies of pre-colonial Southeast Asia: Local cultures of conflict within a regional context. Copenhagen: NIAS Press.

Louys, Julien,Michael Herrera, Stuart Hawkins, Ken Aplin, Christian Reepmeyer, Felicitas Hopf, Stephen C Donnellan, Sue O’Connor and Daud A Tanudirjo. 2016. Neolithic dispersal implications of murids from late Holocene archaeological and modern natural deposits in the Talaud Islands, northern Sulawesi. Terra Australis 48:223-42. https://press.anu.edu.au/publications/series/terra-australis/archaeology-sulawesi#tabanchor

Lowe, C. 2003 The magic of place: Sama at sea and on land in Sulawesi, Indonesia. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 159(1):109-133.

Lucas, A. & C. de Jong. 2000. Mukhdi Akbar; The struggle for religious recognition of a mystical movement in Selayar, South Sulawesi. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 156(3):561-87