Shows how the complex interplay of feminism, nationalism, empire, and modernity helped shape conceptions of the transpacific Filipina
Getting food, water, and services to the millions who live in the world's few dozen megacities is one of the twenty-first century's most... Læs mere
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.
Explores the complex relationship between Filipinos and the US by looking at the politics of immigration,... Læs mere
Caught betwixt the Asian continent and the hegemonic power of the United States, the Philippines occupies a... Læs mere
**Selected as a semi-finalist in the 2007 IACP Cookbook Awards**
Gapultos, a food blogger-turned-gourmet food trucker, brings the exotic--yet easy-to-make--flavors of the Philippines into every home. He demonstrates that Filipino cuisine can be prepared in any kitchen--from Manila to Los Angeles and everywhere in-between.
Pilipino Cultural Nights at American campuses have been a rite of passage for youth culture and a source of local... Læs mere
This volume is a poignant and often troubling study of migrant Filipina domestic workers who leave their own families behind to do the mothering and caretaking work of the global economy in countries throughout the world.
This study examines the everyday politics of a rice farming village in central Luzon.... Læs mere