A comprehensive introduction to thousands of years of Asian political and diplomatic history, offering crucial historical underpinning to the contemporary rise of China.
An unusual ethnography of Catholic sisters in the Philippines
This interdisciplinary collection examines the complex nature of disaster-typhoons, floods, earthquakes, and... Læs mere
In fighting the Philippine-American War, America relied heavily on twenty-five... Læs mere
This work explores the Huk rebellion, a peasant revolt in the Philippines. Drawing on a wide array of documents and... Læs mere
Michael Billig examines the decline of the Filipino sugar industry within both the dynamic context of... Læs mere
The people of Kulbi-Kenipaqan lived on the fringes of the modern world following traditional... Læs mere
Selection of background information was culled for historical value to contemporary political, economic, and cultural life of the Filipino people.... Læs mere
Explores Taiwan's critical placein a rapidly changing world as a key flash-point between the United States and China
Taking a close look at Subic Bay-former U.S. military base, now a Freeport Zone- Victoria Reyes argues that its... Læs mere
This book examines how pigs are entangled in the constitution of relations between humans and between humans and spirits among the Ifugao of Northern Luzon in the Philippines. The book applies concepts like relational personhood, assemblages, and performativity to argue that p...