Nativizing the Imperial: The Local Order and Articulations of Colonial Rule in Sulu, Philippines 1881-1920
This study is of how local legitimacy anchored and influenced
colonial regimes in the southern Philippine archipelago of Sulu
in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. In
particular, it explores how the internal contest to establish a
native moral order defined the dimensions of Sulu’s
incorporation into the American Empire upon its arrival in 1899.
It also provides further insight into a general pattern of
native-colonial interaction throughout...[Show more]
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