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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
The revival of bulang weaving in North Sumatra2019 Asian textiles (73): 14-18
  • Sandra Niessen
Power Evangelism in a Protestant context? Reflection after a workshop in Samosir/Indonesia2018 International review of mission 107 (1): 142-58
  • Claudia Währisch Oblan
H6/KFO [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-8582in thematic issue 'Pentecostal mission theology'
Jules Claine chez les Batak (1891): un récit controversé2018 Archipel (96): 39-67
  • Daniel Perret
*H6/KX [ARCHIPEL-]ISSN 0044-8613
Terbalik: writing a textile wrong2012 Textiles Asia 4 (1): 3-10
  • Sandra Niessen
H1/KGG [TEXTILES ASIA. Newsletter-]
Living with the ancestors2011 A4: Magazin für aussereuropäische Kunst und Kultur Afrika, Australien, Asien, Amerikas [indexed selectively] (12): 80-5, vi
  • Gert Chesi
H6 [MAGAZIN-]1817-2091English summary
An unknown group: the Batak Kalasan of Sumatra2010 Arts & cultures : 178-95
  • Jean Paul Barbier-Mueller
From Singa to Naga Padoha, the making of a magical creature2009 Indonesia and the Malay world 37 (108): 163-81
  • Willem Westerkamp
H6/KX [INDONESIA-]1363-9811in special issue 'Southeast Asian collections in European museums'
From museum collections to field research. An ethnographic account of Batak basket-weaving knowledge, Palawan island, Philippines2009 Indonesia and the Malay world 37 (108): 203-24
  • Dario Novellino
H6/KX [INDONESIA-]1363-9811in special issue 'Southeast Asian collections in European museums'
From 'impregnation' to 'attunement': a sensory view of how magic works2009 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 15 (4): 755-76
  • Dario Novellino
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987French summary
'Go back to the Batak, it's safe there': tourism in north Sumatra during perilous times2007 Indonesia and the Malay world 35 (103): 257-71
  • Andrew Causey
H6/KX [INDONESIA-]1363-9811
Narrating 'the modern': colonial-era southern Batak journalism and novelistic fiction as overlapping literary forms2007 Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 163-4: 476-506
  • Susan Rodgers
H6/KX [BIJDRAGEN-]0006-2294
Dental pathology, wear, and diet in a hunting and gathering forest-dwelling group: the Batak people of Palawan Island, the Philippines2006 Dental anthropology 16 (1): 15-22
  • Christy G. Turner II
  • James F. Eder
H1/HCCT [DENTAL-]1096-9411
Transformation of Mandailing cultural identity and leadership2003 Journal of the Malaysian branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 76 (1): 55-79
  • Abdur-Razzaq Lubis
H6/KWY 'ROYAL-'0128-5483
Batak-Handschriften aus der Sammlung des Linden-Museums2003 Tribus 52: 166-205
  • Uli Kozok
The trans-Sumatra trade and the ethnicization of the [Batak]2002 Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 158 (3): 367-409
  • Leonard Y. Andaya
On writing the not-to-be-read: literature and literacy in a pre-colonial [tribal] society2000 Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 156 (1): 33-55
  • Uli Kozok
The seals of the last Singamangaraja2000 Indonesia and the Malay world 28 (82): 254-79
  • Uli Kozok
Conservation without condescension: the case of Palawan island, Philippines1999 Indigenous perspectives 2 (1): 40-61
  • Dario Novellino
in special issue 'Indigenous peoples in the web of life'
Horas. Aspekte religiös-erotischer Symbolik der Batak, Nordsumatra1997 Anthropos. Anthropos Institut, Sankt Augustin 92 (4/6): 409-31
  • Johann Angerler
English summary
Einige Batakhandscriften im Linden-Museum Stuttgart1991 Tribus 40: 151-6
  • P Voorhoeve