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Philippines: Muslim South

(see also , Philippines, Philippines: US Colonial Period, Philippines: Marcos Era & Philippines since 1986)

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CIA World Factbook. Includes map.

New Internationalist Profile

UN Development Program, Human Development Indicators

World Guide

On the Web: Articles

American Troops Will Begin Tighter Operations with Filipinos. Eric Schmitt, NY Times(6/20/02).

On the Web: Specialized Sites

Moro National Liberation Front (Bibliography)

WWW Virtual Library

In the Library: Articles

Amoroso, Donna J. "Inheriting the 'Moro problem': Muslim authority & colonial rule in British Malaya & the Philippines," in J. Go & A. L. Foster (eds.) The American Colonial State in the Philippines: Global Perspectives (Durham NC: Duke, 2003), pp. 118-47.

Bacho, Peter. "The Muslim secessionist movement," Journal of International Affairs 41 (sum-fall 1987):153-64.

Bello, Walden. "Counter-insurgency’s proving ground: Low-intensity warfare in the Philippines," in Klare & Kornbluh (eds.) Low Intensity Warfare (NY, 1988), pp. 136-57.

__________. "A 'second front' in the Philippines," Nation (3/18/02):18-22.

Kiefer, Thomas M. "Resurgent Islam & ethnic minorities in the Philippines," in Southeast Asian Tribal Groups & Ethnic Minorities (Cultural Survival Report 22; Cambridge MA, 1987), pp. 109-15.

Majul, Cesar Adib. "Ethnicity & Islam in the Philippines," in Guideri et al. (eds.) Ethnicities & Nations

Margold, Jane A. "From ‘cultures of fear & terror’ to the normalization of violence: an ethnographic case," Critique of Anthropology 19,1 (1999):63-88.

May, R.J. "The Moro movement in the Southern Philippines," in K.M. de Silva et al. (eds.) Asian Panorama (New Delhi, 1990), pp. 498-517.

Razon, Felix. "The Filipino Muslims & their struggle for self-determination," in Razon & Hensman, The Oppression of the Indigenous Peoples of the Philippines (Copenhagen, 1976), pp. 42-55.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Bauzon, Kenneth. Liberalism & the Quest for Islamic Identity in the Philippines (Manila, 1991).

Bello, Walden & Severina Rivera. The Logistics of Repression & Other Essays. The Role of U.S. Assistance in Consolidating the Martial Law Regime in the Philippines (Washington, 1977).

Broad, Robin with John Cavanagh. Plundering Paradise. The Struggle for the Environment in the Philippines (Berkeley, 1993).

Che Man, W.K. Muslim Separatism: The Moros of the Southern Philippines & the Malays of Southern Thailand (Quezon City, 1990).

Collins, Joseph. The Philippines: Fire on the Rim (San Francisco, 1989).

Gaspar, Karl; Elpidio A. Lapad & Ailynne J. Maravillas. Mapagpakamalinawon: A Reader for the Mindanawon Peace Advocate (Davao City: Alternate Forum for Research in Mindanao, 2002).

George, T.J.S. Revolt in Mindanao. The Rise of Islam in Philippine Politics (Kuala Lumpur: Oxford, 1980).

Glang, Alunan C. Muslim Secession or Integration? (Manila, 1969).

Goodno, James B. The Philippines. Land of Broken Promises (London, 1991).

Gowing, Peter G. (ed.) Understanding Islam & Muslims in the Philippines (Manila, 1988).

__________ & Robert D. McAmis. The Muslim Filipinos: Their History, Society & Contemporary Problems (Manila, 1974).

Hedman, Eva-Lotta E. & John Sidel. Philippine Politics & Society in the 20th C.: Colonial Legacies, Post-Colonial Trajectories (NY: Routledge, 2001), chap. 8.

Jocano, F. Landa (ed.) Filipino Muslims: Their Social Institutions & Cultural Achievements (Quezon City, 1983).

Kelly, Philip. Landscapes of Globalization: Globalized Development in the Philippines (NY: Routledge, 2000).

Kessler, Richard J. Rebellion & Repression in the Philippines (New Haven, 1989).

Lawyers Committee for Human Rights. Vigilantes in the Philippines: A Threat to Democratic Rule (NY, 1988).

__________. Out of Control. Militia Abuses in the Philippines (NY, 1990).

Madale, Nagasura T. The Muslim Filipinos. A Book of Readings (Quezon City, 1981).

Majul, Cesar Adib. The Contemporary Muslim Movement in the Philippines (Berkeley, 1985).

Mastura, Datu Michael O. Muslim Filipino Experience. A Collection of Essays (Manila, 1984).

May, R.J. & F. Nemenzo (eds.) The Philippines after Marcos (London, 1985).

McKenna, Thomas M. Muslim Rulers & Rebels. Everyday Politics & Armed Separatism in the Southern Philippines (Berkeley, 1998).

Molloy, Ivan. The Conflicts in Mindanao. Whilst the Revolution Rolls On, the Jihad Falters (Clayton, Victoria, 1983).

Muslim, Macapado Abaton. The Moro Armed Struggle in the Philippines: The Nonviolent Autonomy Alternative (Marawi City: Mindanao State U., 1994).

Schirmer, Daniel B. & Stephen R. Shalom (eds.) The Philippines Reader. A History of Colonialism, Neocolonialism, Dictatorship, & Resistance (Boston, 1987).

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