- From War Dance to Theater of War: Moro-Moro Performances in the Philippines – A Doctoral Thesis of Nikki Serranilla Briones, National University of Singapore (2010)
- 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
- Politics of Religious and Ethnic Identity: The Case of Southern Thailand and Southern Philippines – by See Hoon Peow
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