Ty Matejowsky examines the rise and popularity of corporate fast food in the provincial Philippines from an anthropological... Læs mere
A sensational collection of traditional and exotic recipes that captures the essence of the cuisine. Features a concise introduction about life in the Philippines, with information about the region, the geography, festivals, history and culinary traditions.
Drawing on a rich collection of both American and newly discovered Japanese sources as well as official records and wartime diaries, John Gordon chronicles the Americans' desperate defence of the besieged Philippines.
The first comprehensive history of European studies on Philippine languages, this book gives a synoptic view of... Læs mere
The question: can - or should - the United States try to promote reform in client states in the Third World is at the heart of this book. The book focuses on three case studies of reformist intervention in Asia: China 1946-1948; the Philippines 1950-1953; and Vietnam 1961-1963.
Drawing on participatory action research conducted in Sierra Leone, Kosovo and the... Læs mere
Explores Taiwan's critical placein a rapidly changing world as a key flash-point between the United States and China
In fighting the Philippine-American War, America relied heavily on twenty-five... Læs mere