Entries below was updated 21 March 2015:
- Pacifying the Moros: American Military Government in the Southern Philippines, 1899-1913 by Charles Byler, Ph.D.
- ON SULU’S CLAIM TO BRITISH NORTH BORNEO – by Santanina C. Tillah (Philippine Law Journal)
THE ROLE OF ISLAM IN THE HISTORY OF THE FILIPINO PEOPLE”‘ CESAR ADIB MAJUL – A paper prepared for the Silver Jubilee of the Philippine National Historical Society. August 7, 1966.
- Ethnic Background of the Tidung: Investigation of the Extinct Rulers of Coastal Northeast Borneo (An Ethno-Historical Reconstruction) -By Mika OKUSHIMA
TheBoats of the Tawi- Tawi Bajau, Sulu Archipelago, Philippines- H. ARLO NIMMO (H. Arlo Nimmo is a professor in the Department of Anthropology at California State University, Hayward). Received 20 February 1990
Rodney C Jubilado, Hanafi Hussin & Maria Khristina Manueli
– This paper was presented in the 2nd International Conference on Filipino as a GlobalLanguage at Hilton Hotel, San Diego, California, USA on January 15-18, 2010. The original title of this paper was“The Other Filipinos: Teaching Philippine Culture in Malaysia”
- TAUSUG CULTURAL ORIENTATION – Technology Integration Division 2013
Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center
- COMPREHENSIVE ACTION PLANS OF THE SULU-SULAWESI MARINE ECOREGION – A Priority Seascape of the Coral Triangle Initiative (ADB)
- Assessment of Coastal Fisheries in the Malaysian Sabah portion of the Sulu Sulawesi Marine Ecoregion – Report Submitted to WWF Malaysia by Rooney Biusing, Buhavan InfoTech,, P.O.Box 757, 89507 Penampang, Sabah, Malaysia. Email: email@example.com, 31st August 2001
- SULU FUND FOR MARINE CONSERVATION FOUNDATION,Inc. – founded in 1997 to support marine conservation in the Philippines.
–Conservation Approach: The Case of Sea Turtles in Sulu-Sulawesi Marine Ecoregion–Factors influencing coral recruitment patterns in the Sulu Sea marine corridors – J.R. Garcia and P.M. Aliño
- SUSTAINING SULU PEOPLE’S IDENTITY OF POWER, HISTORY AND CULTURE THROUGH THEIR VISUAL ARTS – By Dr. Abraham P. Sakili (University of the Philippines)
Historiography of the moro kulintang – by Isaac Donoso Jimenez, Trans 12 (2008)
CONFLICT/ISSUES AND CONCERNS:
- Philippine-Malaysia Dispute over Sabah: A Bibliographic Survey by Erwin S. Fernandez (Department of Filipino and Philippine Literature, University of the Philippines, Diliman)
- Policy Brief on Border Trade in Sulu (Focus: Revenue) – by International Alert (AusAid funded project), 2014
Sultan of Sulu’s Sabah Claim: Reminiscence of a ‘Long Lost’ Sovereignty by Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli and Maizatun binti Mustafa – Journal of Social Science for Policy Implications
Persistent Themes in the History of Sulu Moros – Asiri J. Abubakar (Asian Center, University of the Philippines)
The Sabah-Sulu Crisis Threatens the Palm Oil Supply-Chain by Khor Yu Leng (March 2013)- ISEAS Perspective is published electronically by the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.
by MYRTHENA L. FIANZA (Department of Political StudiesMindanao State University (Main campus, Marawi) Philippines
Abu Sayyaf: The Father of the Swordsman (A review of the rise of Islamic insurgency in the southern Philippines)Garrett Atkinson. March, 2012
The Past Is Always Present: The Moros of Mindanao and the Quest for Peace by Astrid S. Tuminez, Ph.D.(Senior Research Fellow Southeast Asia Research Centre City University of Hong Kong)
- CASE CONCERNING SOVEREIGNTY OVER PULAU LIGITAN AND PULAU SIPADAN – International Court of Justice (Nov. 1999)
MINDANAO AND THE SULU ARCHIPELAGO- WRITENET Independent Analysis by Eva-Lotta E. Hedman(Commissioned by United Nations, High Commissioner for Refugees, Emergency and Technical Support Service, March 2009)–Asia Report N°225 – 15 May 2012 by International Crisis Group–Ateneo de Zamboanga University Research Center and Notre Dame University Research Center, June 2005–A case study of bridging leadership in the Philippines produced in cooperation with the Asian Institute of Management (2002)Toward Peace in the Southern Philippines- A Summary and Assessment of the USIP Philippine Facilitation Project, 2003–2007–Understanding and Engaging the Muslims of the Southern Philippines – A RAND Graduate School Dissertation by Diana L. Dunham-Scott, 2012–A PRIMER ON THE PHILIPPINE SHARI’A COURTS –Produced under the “Project: Development of a Comprehensive IEC Plan for the Shari’a Justice System” funded by The Asia Foundation, Grant No. 30394-26-330-26-29804.–CONFLICT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM IN THE PHILIPPINES – A SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT FROM THE ASIA FOUNDATION TO THE UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT01 JANUARY 2007– 30 JUNE 2007–WEALTH AND RESOURCES:––Department of Energy, Philippines. September 2002–NATURAL ENVIRONMENT:–New Species from Sulu Archipelago (“Proof that Sulu has no land bridge to either Borneo or Mindanao”)–An Analysis on the Characteristics of Chlorophyll in the Sulu Sea – Knowledge Repository of South China Sea Institute––SULU STATISTICS:–SULU QUICKSTAT (Monthly Update of Most Requested Statistics) As of March 2013 – NSO–DISASTER MANAGEMENT:–– Background: The Low Pressure Area (LPA) which prevailed since January 31, 2011 to February 07, 2011 brought heavy rains in Sulu and Tawi-Tawi that triggered the occurrence of flashfloods, big waves and storm surge which affected 14 barangays in the municipalities of Jolo, Patikul, H Panglima Tahil, Old Panamao and Pangutaran.–MORO IDENTITY–
- CONFLICT AND COMPROMISE IN THE SOUTHERN PHILIPPINES: The Case of Moro Identiry by Harber, John D. ( NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL Monterey, California, 1998)
- The Bangsamoro Reframes the Muslim-Filipino Identiry – By Renato T. Oliveros PhD, The Guidon.Feb. 8, 2013
- Colonial Agents and the Constitution of Moro Identity Chapter 5 America’s Moros, Muslim Rulers and Rebels: Everyday Politics and Armed Separatism in the Southern Philippines by Thomas M. McKenna, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS, 1998
- Moro Identity in the Philippines: An Analysis of the Effects of Colonialism and Islam on the Moro Insurgency – by Paul Doherty (December 16, 2012).
Contesting Land and Identity In The Periphery: The Moro IndigenousPeople of Southern Philippines by MYRTHENA L. FIANZA, Department of Political Studies Mindanao State University (Main campus, Marawi) Philippines
- The Bangsamoro Struggle for Self-Determintation: A Case Study-S. Jubair (2004), A Nation under Endless Tyranny
- Islam and the Politics of Identity -By Federico V. Magdalena Center for Philippine Studies, University of Hawaii
- CHILDREN OF THE EVER-CHANGING MOON : ESSAYS BY YOUNG MORO WRITERS (The writers in this anthology have created a unique expression of their Moro identity. The essays herein reflect the writers’ struggle with issues of identity, religion, relationships, loss, tradition, and change. Like the thin crescent of the rising moon, the selection reveals different facets of their “Moro-ness).” ANVIL PUBLISHING, 2007
- EVOLVING BANGSAMORO IDENTIRY – By FR. JUN MERCADO.January 25, 2013 Source:http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/292023/opinion/blogs/evolving-bangsamoro-identity
- Cultural Citizenship in Island Southeast Asia- Edited by Renato Rosaldo (Nation-building and the construction of citizenship, so often conducted—or coerced—from the center, are all too commonly studied from the center as well. This book moves the view of cultural citizenship to the periphery—specifically to the perspective of hinterland groups in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Sarawak, East Malaysia—to show that notions of nationhood and citizenship are not given, but created in dialogue between the state and local communities). Browse pages 7, 8, 16, 18, 21, 23, 26, 30, 31, 44 (Chapter 4 – Moro, Muslim or Filipino), 45, 47, 48, 53, 54, 56, 58, 63, 65, 69)
The State-Moro Armed Conflict in the Philippines:Unresolved National Question or Question of Governance?- by RIZAL G. BUENDIA (PhD, is Associate Professor at the Political Science Department, De La Salle University-Manila, Philippines.
A Comparative Perspective of the Rise of Basque and Moro Nationalism (From Incipience to the Period of the Dictatorship) by TERESA S. ENCARNACION TADEM
THE POLITICS OF ETHNICITY AND MORO SECESSIONISM IN THE PHILIPPINES-By Rizal G. Buendia Working Paper 146,November 2007Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Perth, Australia