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Author Gaynor, Jennifer L., author

Title Intertidal history in island Southeast Asia : submerged genealogy and the legacy of coastal capture / Jennifer L. Gaynor
Published Ithaca : Southeast Asia Program Publications, an imprint of Cornell University Press, 2016
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Description 1 online resource (ix, 227 pages) : illustrations
Series Book collections on Project MUSE
Contents Introduction : geographies of knowledge and archipelagic belonging -- The northern littoral route and Makassar's hinterseas -- That nasty pirates' nest : Tiworo and two wars over the spice trade -- Sama ties to Boné and narrative incorporation -- Stakes and silences : Lawi's capture during the Darul Islam rebellion -- Conclusion : maritime history in an archipelagic world
Summary "Intertidal History in Island Southeast Asia shows the vital part maritime Southeast Asians played in struggles against domination of the seventeenth-century spice trade by local and European rivals. Looking beyond the narrative of competing mercantile empires, it draws on European and Southeast Asian sources to illustrate Sama sea people's alliances and intermarriage with the sultanate of Makassar and the Bugis realm of Boné. Contrasting with later portrayals of the Sama as stateless pirates and sea gypsies, this history of shifting political and interethnic ties among the people of Sulawesi's littorals and its land-based realms, along with their shared interests on distant coasts, exemplifies how regional maritime dynamics interacted with social and political worlds above the high-water mark"-- Publisher's Web site
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes In English
Subject Bajau (Southeast Asian people) -- History.
Bugis (Malay people) -- History.
Seafaring life -- Indonesia -- Sulawesi -- History.
Bone (Sulawesi Selatan, Indonesia) -- History.
Makassar (Indonesia) -- History.
Sulawesi (Indonesia) -- History.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2017471215
ISBN 0877272301 (electronic bk.)
9780877272304 (electronic bk.)