Muslim Rulers and Rebels


  Introduction  Extraordinary and Everyday Politics in the Muslim Philippines
 collapse sectionChapter 1  The Politics of Heritage
 National Sentiment, Social Distance, and the Problem of Adherence
 Interrogating Hegemony
 Hegemony, Nationalism, and the Investigation of Armed Separatism
 collapse sectionChapter 2  People and Territory in Cotabato
 The Land
 collapse sectionThe People
 The Magindanaon
 The Iranun
 The Tiruray
 Contemporary Cotabato: The Region and City
 The Community of Campo Muslim
 collapse sectionChapter 3  Islamic Rule in Cotabato
 Representations of the Precolonial Order
 collapse sectionPrecolonial Governance and its Idealization in Cotabato
 From Heterarchy to Hierarchy:The Decline of Local Descent Groups
 Islamization and the Myth of Sanctified Inequality
 collapse sectionIdeological Incorporation and Rank Competition within the Aristocracy
 Ruling Ideas and the Incorporation of Subordinates
 collapse sectionInterpreting Political Relations in Precolonial Cotabato
 Alternative Sources of Political Control
 Summary: The Bases of Traditional Rule
 collapse sectionChapter 4  European Impositions and the Myth of Morohood
 A Tributary Mode of Production
 External Acquisitions and the Flow of Tribute
 Precolonial Cotabato and European Mercantile Expansion
 Spanish Aggression and the Myth of a Unified "Moro" Resistance
 collapse sectionChapter 5  America's Moros
 collapse sectionCotabato Under Spanish and American Rule: The Emergence of a Collaborationist Elite
 Colonial Policy and the Cotabato Triumvirate
 Datu Piang
 Datu Ignacio Ortuoste
 Datu Sinsuat Balabaran
 Colonial-Era Datus and the Continuation of "Traditional" Rule
 collapse sectionColonial Agents and the Constitution of Moro Identity
 Datu Salipada K. Pendatun
 collapse sectionChapter 6  Postcolonial Transitions
 Christian Immigrants and the Peripheralization of Rural Muslims
 Muslim Migration to Cotabato City
 collapse sectionPostcolonial Datus and the Persistence of Autocratic Rule
 Datu Udtug Matalam
 Islamic Identity in the New Republic
 collapse sectionChapter 7  Muslim Separatism and the Bangsamoro Rebellion
 collapse sectionThe Emergence of a Muslim Counterelite
 The Commission on National Integration and the Generation of Muslim Separatism
 Middle Eastern Educations and the Formation of an Islamic Counterelite
 Datu Udtug Matalam and the Muslim Independence Movement
 collapse sectionSectarian Violence in Cotabato
 Episode 1: "Toothpick" and the Tiruray Resistance
 Episode 2: Provincial Elections, Ilaga Terror, and the Manili Massacre
 Episode 3: Repudiating the Ampatuans
 Episode 4: "The Battle of Buldun"
 The Aims and Consequences of Sectarian Violence
 collapse sectionMartial Law and the Bangsamoro Rebellion
 The Activation of the Moro National Liberation Front
 The Insurgency in Cotabato
 Rebel Leadership in Cotabato
 Magindanaon Datus and the Rebellion
 The War of Representations
 collapse sectionChapter 8  Regarding the War from Campo Muslim
 The Bangsamoro War and the Meaning of Campo Muslim
 collapse sectionThe Construction of Campo Muslim
 The Case of Kasan Kamid
 The Case of Imam Akmad
 Patterns of Immigration to Campo Muslim
 The War in Campo Muslim
 collapse sectionThe War from Campo Muslim
 The Experiences of Rank-and-File Insurgents
 Rank-and-File Perspectives: Rebel Songs in Campo Muslim
 Divine Mercy and Divergent Evaluations: The Rebellion According to its Ordinary Adherents
 collapse sectionChapter 9  Unarmed Struggle
 The Rise of an Independent Ulama and Islamic Renewal
 collapse sectionThe MILF and the New Opposition Alliance
 Child Sponsorship and Christian Hegemony in Campo Muslim
 The Counterelite Consolidated: The MILF-ULAMA-Professional Coalition
 Traditional Elites and the Post-Rebellion Establishment
 The Struggle for Moral Authority in Cotabato
 collapse sectionPopular Opinions and Pragmatic Responses
 Scrutinizing the Independent Ulama
 Disregarding Traditional Authority
 collapse sectionChapter 10  Muslim Nationalism after Marcos
 The Tagumpay Ng Bayan Rally: Popular Protest and the Ascendancy of the Muslim Counterelite
 Muslim Mass Action: The MILF "Prayer Rally"
 collapse sectionIslam, Populism, and Electoral Politics: The 1988 Provincial Elections
 The Islamic Party of the Philippines
 Islamic Arguments in the Radio Campaign
 Islamic Populism and Cultural Pluralism
 collapse sectionMunicipal Elections in Cotabato City: The Limits to Islamic Unity
 Local Elections and the Muslim Urban Poor
 collapse sectionChapter 11  Resistance and Rule in Cotabato
 Ruling Ideas and The Popular Imagination
 collapse sectionColonial Subjection and the Constitution of Philippine Muslim Identity
 Strategic Maneuvers and Unauthorized Inventions
 Popular Participation in the Bangsamoro Rebellion
 Unarmed Struggle and Islamic Renewal

 collapse sectionNOTES
 Introduction Extraordinary and Everyday Politics in the Muslim Philippines
 Chapter 1 The Politics of Heritage
 Chapter 2 People and Territory in Cotabato
 Chapter 3 Islamic Rule in Cotabato
 Chapter 4 European Impositions and the Myth of Morohood
 Chapter 5 America's Moros
 Chapter 6 Postcolonial Transitions
 Chapter 7 Muslim Separatism and the Bangsamoro Rebellion
 Chapter 8 Regarding the War from Campo Muslim
 Chapter 9 Unarmed Struggle
 Chapter 10 Muslim Nationalism after Marcos
 Chapter 11 Resistance and Rule in Cotabato
 collapse sectionGlossary
 collapse sectionIndex

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