Publications

Books

Authored

[1] 2022  L’islamisation du Sud philippin 15e-20e. Une histoire sociale et culturelle des sultanats, Paris : EFEO, collection Monographies.https://publications.efeo.fr/fr/livres/963_les-sultanats-du-sud-philippin

[In preparation] The ones who remember: mnemonic communities and the 1965-66 events in Indonesia. (expected 2023)

Edited

[In preparation with Quan Tran] Memory Studies in Southeast Asia. A Handbook, Leiden, Brill (under contract, 2023).

Peer-reviewed articles

[under review]  “Dressing up the monarch: representations of authority in the Sulu sultanate royal tradition (18th- 21st).”, Journal of Southeast Asia Studies

[under review]  “Public History in the Philippines. When Practical and Intellectual History Meet. The Case of Bagong Kasaysayan”

[6] with Arlo Griffiths “The Laguna Copper Plate. Luzon, Java and the Notion of a Malay World”, Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints [accepted]

[5] 2020 “Filmed memories of 1965” [introduction and coordination of film reviews on 1965 in Indonesia], Archipel 99, 19-21.

[4] 2019   “Panorama des études philippines en Europe. Reflexions sur les dyamiques actuelles”, Archipel 98, 35-48.

[3] 2015   “Lignées et légitimité au sein du sultanat de Magindanao, Philippines, XVIe–  XVIIe”Péninsule 71, 235-256.

[2] 2014   “Silenced Fighters: An Insight into Women Combatants History in Aceh”, Archipel 87, Special issue on Aceh, 273-306.

[1] 2006   “Artaud et le théâtre balinais: les spectacles de 1931”, Revue d’histoire du théâtre, 58 (2), 125-148.

Book chapters

[In preparation] “The White Rajah’s Letters from Sarawak”, In Judith E. Bosnak & Rick Honings (ed.), The Malay Archipelago through Travellers’ Eyes (1800-1900).

[In preparation] “The cultural memory of Islam in Mindanao and Sulu”, In Jocelyn Martin & Joyce Arriola (ed), Handbook of Memory studies in the Philippines.

[In preparation] “Religion and State in the Philippines. The sultanates of Mindanao and Sulu (16th-20th)”, in Deirdre de la Cruz, Adrian Hermann, and Giovanni Maltese (Eds.). The Philippines as a Site of Religion: Local Identities and Global Entanglements.

[5] [Under review] “Genealogy, places and memory in the Austronesian world”, In Quan Tran and Elsa Clavé (ed) Memory Studies in Southeast Asia. A Handbook, Leiden, Brill. 

[4] 2020  “Heroines, Forgotten and Silenced Fighters : Insights into Women Combatants’ History in Aceh”, in T. Rettig and V. Lanzona (ed.), Women Warriors in Southeast Asia, London: Routledge.

[3] 2018  “On the Footsteps of Islam in the Philippines: Islamic Epigraphy, Chinese Trade and Exchange Networks in Southeast Asia”, in I. Donoso (ed.), More Islamic than we Admit, Manila : Vibal Foundation, 17 p.

[2] 2016  “Jalons pour une histoire du théâtre indonésien moderne”, in R. Madinier (dir.), Indonésie contemporaine, Bangkok/Paris : Irasec, 415-423.

[1] 2011  Clavé, E. and al., “Aceh : les déséquilibres et les tensions de la province à la veille du tsunami” in F.Lavigne and R. Paris (ed.), Tsunarisque, Paris : Publications de la Sorbonne, 199-212.

Dictionnary and encyclopedia entries

[2] 2020  “Sources pour l’histoire de l’islamisation des Philippines”, “La plaque de Laguna”, “Sarsila/Tarsila” in N. Kouamé, E.P. Meyer et A. Viguier  (dir.), Encyclopédie des historiographies: Afriques, Amériques, Asies. Volume 1: Sources et genres historiques, Paris: Presses de l’INALCO.      https://books.openedition.org/pressesinalco/21819

[1] 2013  “Historiennes philippines”, “Femmes journalistes aux Philippines”, in Dictionnaire universel des femmes créatrices, Paris : Des femmes.

Book reviews

[7] 2021 Racial Difference and the Colonial Wars of 19th Century Southeast Asia, Farish Noor & Peter Carey (ed.), Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press (Archipel 101)

[6] 2021 L’image de la famille dans les littératures modernes d’Asie du Sud-est, Monique Lajoubert (dir.), Paris, Les Indes Savantes (Archipel 101)

[5] 2018  Le Long remord de la conquête, Romain Bertrain, Paris, Seuil (Archipel 95)

[4] 2015  Philippines contemporaine, William Guéraiche (dir.), Bangkok, Irasec (Lettre de l’Afrase, Autumn 2014), (in English in BKI, 2015)

[3] 2012  Falling into the Lesbi World: Desire and Difference in Indonesia, Evelyn Blackwood, Honolulu, University of Hawaii Press (Genre, sexualité & société 8)

[2] 2009  The Future in the Balance, Essays on Globalization and Resistance, Walden Bello, Quezon City, UP Press, 2001, xx-312 (Péninsule 58, 2009, 50-53)

[1] 2009  The Many Ways of Being Muslim: Fiction by Muslim Filipino, Coeli Barry (ed.), Cornell University/Anvil Press, 2008, 216 p (Archipel 78, 2009, 260-261)

Publications in professional newsletters or catalogues

[6] 2022 “Numismatic in insular Southeast Asia”, Survey of Numismatic Research 2014-2019.

[5] 2017  “Facing History. The International People Tribunal on 1965”, with Andy Füller, Inside Indonesia (online).

[4] 2014  “Goûter les Philippines…à Sulu”, Special issue on Food in Southeast Asia, Lettre de  l’Association francaise pour la recherche en Asie du Sud-est,  Spring 2014, 9-11.

[3] 2009  “Sainteté et Islam à Sulu”, Lettre de l’Association francaise pour la recherche en Asie du Sud-est, Printemps 2009, 15-17.

[2] 2008  “Images of the Past, Realities of the Present, the Acehnese Inong Balee”, IIAS Newsletter, 48:10-11.

[1] 2006  “Religion et reconstruction à Aceh”, Lettre de l’Association francaise pour la recherche en Asie du Sud-est, Printemps 2006: 13-14.

Public outreach

[3] 2020  Dictionnaire de l’insolite en Indonésie, Paris : Cosmopole (revised edition, first print 2010)

[2] 2016  “Mythes et réalités des femmes en Aceh”, Le Banian 22, Dezember 2016, 80-91.

[1] 2015  La parole libérée. Indonésie 1965-66 Les victimes parlent, Paris: Réseau Indonésie (édition)

Translation

[4] La femme-muscade (collection of short-stories) [unpublished]

[3] 2018  “Hamzah de Barus”, Jentayu, hors série n°3, Journal on Southeast Asian Literature, Autumn 2018.

[2] 2014  “En attendant maman”, Jentayu 1, Journal on Southeast Asian Literature, Autumn 2014.

[1] 2006  L’homme-grenouille, mit Azhari Ayub, Banda Aceh: Comité du Livre/Komunitas Tikar Pandan.