H. Arlo Nimmo

Cultural anthropologist

Other Writings

1.     1965.  Social Organization of the Tawi-Tawi Badjaw.  MA Thesis.  University of Hawaii.

2.     1965.  “Social Organization of the Tawi-Tawi Badjaw.”  Ethnology IV (4): 421- 439.

3.     1966.  “Themes in Badjaw Dreams.”  Philippine Sociological Review XIV (1): 49-56.

4.     1967.  “The Sea Nomads: Description and Analysis.”  Philippine Studies   XXV (1): 209-212. (Book Review)

5.     1968.  “Reflections on Bajau History.”  Philippine Studies XVI (1): 32-59.

6.     1968.  “Songs of the Sulu Sea.”  ETC.  XXV (4): 489-494.

7.     1968.  “The Bajau of Sulu – Fiction and Fact.”  Philippine Studies XVI (4):  771-775.

8.     1969.  The Structure of Bajau Society.  PhD Thesis.   University of Hawaii.

9.     1970.  “Posong, Trickster of Sulu.”  Western Folklore XXIX (3): 185-191.

10.     1970.  “Bajau Sex and Reproduction.”  Ethnology IX (3): 251-262.

11.     1971.  “Bajau:  Gentle Boat-Dwellers of the Philippines.”  Nomads of the World, 72-91.  Washington, D. C.: National Geographic Society.

12.     1972.  “You will remember us because we have sung for you.”  Philippine Studies XX (2): 299-322.

13.     1972.  “Bajau Communities in Southeastern Sulawesi, Indonesia.”  Borneo  Research Bulletin IV (2): 42-43.

14.     1973.  “A Tribe of Ancient Mariners Comes Ashore.”  Natural History 82  (10): 334-45.

15.     1973.  “The Tausug: Violence and Law in a Philippine Moslem Society by Thomas M. Kiefer.”  Man, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute VII (2): 333-334.  (Book Review)

16.     1974.  “The Isneg, edited by Hubert Reynolds and Fern Babcock Grant.” Man, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute IX (1): 153-154. (Book Review)

17.     1974.  “Studies in Philippine Anthropology, edited by Mario D. Zamora.”  Man, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute IX (2): 343. (Book Review)

18.     1975.  “The Shamans of Sulu.”  Asian and Pacific Quarterly VII (1): 1-9.

19.     1976.  “A Functional Interpretation of Bajau Songs.”  In Directions in Pacific Traditional Literature, edited by Adrienne L. Kaeppler and H. Arlo Nimmo, 289-309.  Honolulu:  Bishop Museum Press.

20.     1976.  “People of the Current.”   American Anthropologist 78: 717-718. (Film Review)

21.     1977.  “Bajoe:  A Sama Community at Watampone, Sulawesi.”  Borneo Research Bulletin IX (2): 102-105.

22.     1977.  “The Bajau of Sulu.”  In Filipino Heritage I: 261-265.

23.     1978.  “The Relativity of Sexual Deviance: A Sulu Example.”  In Papers in Anthropology XIX (1): 91-98.

24.     1979.  “Lim.”  Asian and Pacific Quarterly XI (2): 49-59. (Short Story)

25.     1980.  “Miss Dutton.” Forum XXI (3): 9-13. (Short Story)

26.     1981.  “A Death in Sunshine.”  Asian and Pacific Quarterly XIII (1): 61-74. (Short Story)

27.     1984.  “Bajau.”  In Muslim Peoples I: 75-80.  Edited by Richard V. Weekes.  Westport: Greenwood Press.

28.     1984.  “Lim.”  Short Story International 8 (46): 124-142. (Short Story)

29.     1986.  “Pele, Ancient Goddess of Contemporary Hawaii.”  Pacific Studies 9 (2): 121-179.

30.     1986.  “Pele, Hawaii’s Enduring Volcano Goddess.”  C. E. Smith Museum Bulletin 3:3-6.

31.     1986.  “Recent Population Movements in the Sulu Archipelago: Implications to Sama Culture History.”  Archipel 32: 25-38.

32.     1987.  “Pele’s Journey to Hawai`i: An Analysis of the Myths.”  Pacific Studies 11 (1): 1-42.

33.     1987.  “The Bajao: Seagoing Nomads.”  American Anthropologist 89 (1): 54-255. (Film Review)

34.     1990.  “Religious Beliefs of the Tawi-Tawi Bajau.”  Philippine Studies 38 (1): 3-17.

35.     1990.  “Religious Rituals of the Tawi-Tawi Bajau.”  Philippine Studies 38 (2): 166-198.

36.     1990.  “The Cult of Pele in Traditional Hawai`i.”  Bishop Museum Occasional  Papers 30: 41-87.

37.     1990.  “The Boats of the Tawi-Tawi Bajau, Sulu Archipelago, Philippines.”  Asian Perspectives 29 (1): 51-88.

38.     1994.  “Richard L. Stone.”  Death Notices.  Anthropology Newsletter (January): 50.

39.     1994.  “Fiction – Another Approach to Anthropology.”  Suwa! 11 (2): 2, 4.

40.     1995.  “The Relativity of Sexual Deviance.”  In Human Sexuality edited by Andrei Simic, Patricia A. Omidian and Alan J. Almquist, 234-239.  Dubuque:  Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company.

41.     1998.  “Jean Treloggen Peterson.”  Death Notices.  Anthropology Newsletter (October): 24.

42.     1999.  “The Bajau Laut: Adaptation, History, and Fate in a Maritime Fishing Society of South-eastern Sabah.”  American Anthropologist 101 (2): 461-462.  (Book Review)

43.     1999.  “Dawn Ryan.”  Death Notices.  Anthropology Newsletter (April): 30.

44.     2005.  “The Mi‘râj.”  In Silungan Baltapa.  The Voyage to Heaven of a Sama Hero.  By Nicole Revel, H. Arlo Nimmo, Alain Martenot, Gèrard Rixhon, Talib Lim Sangogot and Olivier Tourny, 105-123. Paris: Geuthner.

45.     2010.  “The H. Arlo Nimmo and Tarabasa Idji Collection.”  In Voices from Sulu: A Collection of Tausug Oral Traditions.  Edited by Gerard Rixhon, 363-401.  Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press.

46.     2012.  “Singing the News. A Sama Song Tradition.”  In Oceans of Sound. Sama Dilaut Performing Arts.  Edited by Birgit Abels, Hanafi Hussin and Matthew Santamaria, 37-72.  Göttingen Studies in Musicology.  Volume 3. Georg Olms Verlog: Hildesheim.

47.     2012.  “Gerard (Gerry) Rixhon.”  In Memorium.  Anthropology News (53) 10:32-33.

48.     2013.  “The Andrews Sisters: An Appreciation.”  Windy City Times (February 6).

49.     2013.  “Remembering Frank Lynch.”  In IPC at 50: Celebrating Social Science Research and Training, 103-104. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press.

50.     2014.  “Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen.  The Andrews Sisters (1938).”  National Recording Registry. Library of Congress.  Washington, D.C.

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