© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI: 10.1163/156853110X490926 Asian Journal of Social Science 38 (2010) 239–257 brill.nl/ajss Lake and Land at Lindu: Imposition, Accommodation and Contestation in the Revaluation of Resources in Upland Central Sulawesi Greg Acciaioli Th e University of Western Australia Abstract Th is article examines how non-local frameworks and interventions have set the parameters of the local exercise of agency in regard to the use and valuing of resources in the upland valley of Lindu. Exploiting opportunities opened up by contemporary interventions, the indigenous To Lindu have revitalised their local custom (adat) as a community resource management system under the aegis of furthering conservation. Th is move has elicited various reactions from the migrants who have settled in Lindu in the last ﬁ ve decades. While largely accommodating their practices to customary regulation of ﬁ shing in Lake Lindu by the indigenous Lindu adat coun- cils, these migrants have nevertheless continued to contest the imposition of customary restric- tions on land ownership and limits on individual cultivation of land. Th ese strategies of imposition of customary regulation by the indigenes and corresponding accommodations and contestations on the part of the migrants are also embedded in
Asian Journal of Social Science – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2010
Keywords: ethnic interaction; adat; Indonesia; regional autonomy; Bugis; indigenous peoples; conservation; Sulawesi; national parks; development; resource management
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