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1Romeo Jr. Jumao-as Toring. The Dynamics of the Fish Trade in Cebu City. AghamTao, 2017, Volume 25(2):231-254

2Amper, Bonifacio M.. Ati Migration and Trade in Ethnomedicines in Cebu. AghamTao, 2014, Volume 23:80-94

3BARMM (Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao) adalah daerah otonom di Filipina, yang terletak di bagian barat daya pulau Mindanao

4Mauss, Marcel. 1992. Pemberian: bentuk dan fungsi tukar menukar di masyarakat kuno (Pengantar dan penerjemah: Parsudi Suparlan). Jakarta: Yayasan Obor Indonesia. Hal 48

5Ibid. Hal. 44

6Materi visual dari buku ini bisa diakses bebas di tautan https://epress.nus.edu.sg/seaways/

7To most Malaysians and Filipinos, the Sulu Sea is essentially inert; it is a border to be guarded, as well as a passive source of livelihood, sustenance and a passage for scattered maritime communities. Both governments problematise the same sea as a vulnerable, exploitable and porous border-land, one that is seen to be impossible to protect from criminal infiltration. However, when irregular migrants apply the word persekutuan to the area, the water is radically transfigured into a living entity, one with the power to intervene on their behalf, and with whom they can expect to negotiate for protection and luck. The Malaysian state’s policies of detention and deportation, which take place within the physical context of the Sulu Sea, reinforce migrants’ supernatural dependence on the sea, by pushing them to continuously negotiate with the sea for shelter, safety, protection, as well as a sense of identity and belonging amidst what is always a precarious existence. The sea and the community live in symbiosis, both benefiting in different ways from each other—the epitome of a pelagic alliance. (Somiah, 2021:5-6)

8Pauwelussen, Annet P. 2015. The Moves of a Bajau Middlewoman: Understanding the Disparity between Trade Networks and Marine Conservation. Anthropological Forum: A Journal of Social Anthropology and Comparative Sociology

9Kadir, Hatib Adbul. 2022. Heather Sutherland dan Sejarah Perdagangan Indonesia Timur. https://www.kompas.id/baca/buku/2022/01/09/heather-sutherland-dan-kajian-perdagangan-indonesia-timur

 10Ichi, Mahmud, 2018. Kala Perusahaan Tambang Silih Berganti Eksploitasi Pulau Gebe. 

https://www.mongabay.co.id/2018/08/23/kala-perusahaan-tambang-silih-berganti-eksploitasi-pulau-gebe-bagian-1/

11Laarhoven, Ruurdje. “Letter from Sultan Kuda of Manguindanao (r.1699-1702) concerning the trading activities of Chinese nakhoda and the need for military support, 16 November 1699”. In: Harta Karun. Hidden Treasures on Indonesian and Asian-European History from the VOC Archives in Jakarta, document 17. Jakarta: Arsip Nasional Republik Indonesia, 2014

12Bevins, Vincent. 2022. Metode Jakarta: Amerika Serikat, Pembantaian 1965, dan Dunia Global Kita Sekarang (Penerjemah: Pradewi Tri Chatami). Jakarta: Marjin Kiri. Hal. 179-180

13Maimunah, Siti & Sarah Agustiorini. 2020. From the commons to extractivism and back: The Story of Mahakam River in Indonesia. https://undisciplinedenvironments.org/2020/10/15/from-the-commons-to-extractivism-and-back-the-story-of-mahakam-river-in-indonesia/

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