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Bibliography Project of works related to topics and study of Islam

and Muslim Societies in the Philippines


The bibliography project serves as the imprint legacy and corpus of proud scholars working on
Islam and Muslims in the Philippines. This document will be updated regularly.
For contribution, please use the reference style shown below
and email them to us at iis@up.edu.ph. Thank you.

Abubakar, Carmen A. (1987). Muslim-Christian Relations: A Moro Perception. Manila,


Philippines: Solidaridad Publishing House.

Abubakar, Carmen A. and Macrina A. Morados. (2006). The Convention on the Rights of the
Child and Islamic Law: Convergences and Divergences, the Philippine Case. Quezon
City, Philippines: Office of Muslim Affairs.

Angeles, Vivienne S. M. (2013). Islam in the Philippines. Oxford Bibliographies, available at


http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780195390155/obo-
9780195390155-0102.xml.

Cayamodin, Jamel R. (2013). Political Culture: An Analytical Study of the Meranao Political
Culture in Lanao del Sur, Philippines. Saarbrcken, Germany: LAP Lambert Academic
Publishing.

Gamon, Alizaman D. (1998) Islamization of Education in the Philippines. i-epistemology.net,


available at https://i-epistemology.net/v1/education/98-islamization-of-education-in-the-
philippines.html

Gowing, Peter G. (1964). Mosque and Moro: A Study of Muslims in the Philippines. Manila:
Philippine Federation of Christian Churches.

Gowing, Peter G. (1978). Muslim Filipinos: Heritage and Horizon. Quezon City, Philippines:
New Day.

Isidro, Antonio, and Mamitua Saber, eds. (1968). Muslim Philippines. Marawi City, Philippines:
Mindanao State University.

Jocano, F. Landa, ed. (1983). Filipino Muslims: Their Social Institutions and Cultural
Achievements. Quezon City: Asian Center, University of the Philippines.

Madale, Nagasura, ed. (1981). Muslim Filipinos: A Book of Readings. Quezon City, Philippines:
Alemar-Phoenix.

Majul, Cesar Adib. (1966). The Role of Islam in the History of the Filipino People. Manila,
Philippines: Converts to Islam Society of the Philippines.

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Majul, Cesar Adib. (1971). Islamic Influences in the Philippines and Cultural and Religious
Responses to Development and Social Change. Manila, Philippines: Converts to Islam
Society of the Philippines.

Majul, Cesar Adib. (1971). Muslims in the Philippines: Past, Present and Future Prospects.
Manila, Philippines: Converts to Islam Society of the Philippines.

Majul, Cesar Adib. (1972). The Historical Background of the Muslims in the Philippines and the
Present Mindanao Crisis. Caloocan, Philippines: Convislam Press.

Majul, Cesar Adib. (1973). Muslims in the Philippines, 2nd Ed. Quezon City, Philippines: Asian
Center by the University of the Philippines Press.

Majul, Cesar Adib. (1985). The Contemporary Muslim Movement in the Philippines. Berkeley,
USA: Mizan Press.

Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. (2000). Rethinking the Ideal of the Educated Person: An Alternative
from the Maranao-Filipino Oral Epic Darangen. Journal of Thought, 35(3), 67-79.

Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. (2001). Religious Identity, Autonomy, and National Integrity:
Implications for Educational Policy from Muslim-Christian Conflict in the Philippines.
Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 12(4), 435-448.

Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. (2002). Religion, Diversity and Public Education: Challenges for
Teacher Education in the U.S. and Philippines. Silliman Journal, 42(2), 12-37.

Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. (2003). Teaching Between the Cross and the Crescent Moon: Islamic
Identity, Postcoloniality and Public Education in the Southern Philippines. Comparative
Education Review, 47(4), 468-492.

Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. (2004). Islamization or Secularization? Educational Reform and the
Search for Peace in the Southern Philippines. Current Issues in Comparative Education,
7(1), 1-8. Retrieved from http://www.tc.columbia.edu/cice/articles/jm171.htm:1-8.

Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. (2005). Faith in School: Educational Policy Responses to Ethno-
Religious Conflict in the Southern Philippines, 1935-1985. Journal of Southeast Asian
Studies, 36(1), 67-86.

Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. (2005). Islamic Identity, Postcoloniality and Educational Policy:
Schooling and Ethno-Religious Conflict in the Southern Philippines. New York: Palgrave
Macmillan.

Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. (2006). "Reclaiming an Ideal: The Islamization of Education in the
Southern Philippines," Comparative Education Review, 50(3): 410-430.

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Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. (2006). Between the Cross and the Crescent Moon: The Education of
Muslim Filipinos. In R. Griffin (Ed.), Education in the Muslim World (pp. 271-288).
Oxford, UK: Symposium Books.

Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. (2006). Reclaiming an Ideal: The Islamization of Education in the
Southern Philippines. Comparative Education Review, 50(3), 410-430.

Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. (2007). Reclaiming an Ideal: The Islamization of Education in the
Southern Philippines. In K. Wadad, & V. Billeh (Eds.), Islam and Education: Myths and
Truths (pp. 104-124). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. (2008). Islam and Educational Policy Reform in the Southern
Philippines. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 28(4), 369-381.

Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. (2009). Prophetic Pragmatism? Post-Conflict Educational Development


in Aceh and Mindanao. Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education: An International
Journal, 3(4), 245-259.

Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. (2010). The Prophet and the Engineer Meet Under the Mango Tree:
Leadership, Education and Conflict in the Southern Philippines. Educational Policy,
24(1), 28-51.

Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. (2012). Islamic education in the Philippines. In John L. Esposito
(Ed.), Oxford Islamic Studies Online. Oxford University Press. Retrieved from
http://www.oxfordislamicstudies.com/article/opr/t343/e0012

Milligan, Jeffrey Ayala. (2017). Islamic Education in the Philippines. In H. Daun, & R. Arjmand
(Eds.), Handbook of Islamic Education. Springer, pp. 1-16.

Sadain, Mehol K. (1994). Global and Regional Trends in Islamic resurgence: Their Implications
on the Southern Philippines. Pasay City, Philippines: Foreign Service Institute.

Sadain, Mehol K. (1995). The Concept of Human Rights in Islam and Its Relevance to the
Movement for Self-determination by the Muslims in the Southern Philippines. Manila:
Philippine Commission on Human Rights.

Sadain, Mehol K. (1997). An International Perspective on the Philosophy of Islamic


Fundamentalism: Designing a Philippine Framework for Its Positive Utilization. Pasay
City, Philippines: Foreign Service Institute.

Wadi, Julkipli M. (2010). Introduction, Islam and Philippine Society: The Writings of Cesar
Adib Majul, Asian Studies Journal, 46(1).

Wadi, Julkipli M. (2012). The Philippines and Bangsamoro Polity: Breaking the Sisyphean
Ordeal, Asian Studies Journal, 48(1).

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Wadi, Julkipli M. (2013). Mindanao Conflict and the Sabah Question: History and Dynamics,
Building Peace in Mindanao: Special Issue, Silsilah Bulletin, 27(2).

Wadi, Julkipli M. (2014). Challenge and Responsibility of Philippine Muslim Community, A


Legal Handbook, 1st Ed., Quezon City, Philippines: National Commission on Muslim
Filipinos.

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