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  • Shrouded: Islam, War, and Holy War in Southeast Asia.
    Barter, Shane, and Ian Zatkin-Osburn (2014)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 53:1: 187-201. Critique by Isak Svensson 55:1: 185-189. Reply 55:1: 190-193.

    Assesses different ways of seeing how religiously-inspired cases of violence are. Examines 3 Southeast Asian secessionist wars that include Muslims.

    Associated Search Terms: Malaysia; Islam, Thailand; Indonesia, Aceh; War; Islam, Philippines; Islam, Malaysia; Violence; Philippines, Mindanao; Thailand; Islam, Indonesia
  • The Harvest Ritual in North Central Mindanao.
    Madigan, Francis C. (1964)
    Sociological Analysis 25:4: 231-237.

    Describes a non-Christian animist rite performed by Christians in Misamis Oriental & Buikdnon Provinces.

    Associated Search Terms: Folk religion; Philippines, Mindanao; Syncretism; Rural
  • Folk-Rituals of the Misamis-Buikdnon Area: A Preliminary Report.
    Madigan, Francis C., and Zenaida N. Rebolos (1963)
    Philippine Sociological Review 11:1/2: 155-159.

    Describes health & food-related ceremonials; suggests they impede the acceptance of scientific agricultural practices, even among Christian farmers.

    Associated Search Terms: Syncretism; Science; Rural; Philippines, Mindanao; Folk religion
  • Tamontaka: A Sociological Experiment.
    Madigan, Francis C., and Nicholas P.Cushner (1958)
    American Catholic Sociological Review 19:4: 322-336.

    Based on 1957 interviews with people who remembered an 1872-99 missionary experiment by Spanish Jesuits in Tamontaka, a rural village in a Moslem area. They bought slave children & raised them as Christians rather than try to convert adult Moslems.

    Associated Search Terms: Missions; Slavery; Philippines, Mindanao, Tamontaka; Catholic, Philippines
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