An argument that subaltern experiences that are devalued and overlooked in progressive late-twentieth-century Philippine literature have been essential to the social and economic changes wrought by globalization.
Tells the stories, in unprecedented detail, of sixteen surviving Filipino ""comfort women"". M. Evelina Galang began researching these stories... Læs mere
Examines how and why American colonial rule transformed social and spatial relations across the Cordillera, creating a... Læs mere
The Little FilipinoCookbook featuressome of the most popular dishes from across the archipelago, from adobo (meaty stew) to sinigang (hot and sour soup), and lumpia (fried spring rolls) to kinilaw (raw fish salad).
Looks at the sequence of events that ultimately led to the passage of legislation that markedly altered the rules that govern public procurement in the Philippines. This study attempts to distill operationally, useful lessons for managing the politics of a reform process.
Historian Lonn Taylor built a career as a curator in history museums, including the Smithsonian Institution. This book stands out from... Læs mere
"This book examines colonial education as a technology of U.S. power in the Philippines and Japan, tracking discourses on U.S. tutelage in policy, textbooks, short stories, novels, films, and essays by writers in the Philippines, Japan, and the diaspora"--
The Global South is the epicentre of workers' struggles today
Moving the view of cultural citizenship to the perspective of hinterland groups in Indonesia, the Philippines and Sarawak, East Malaysia, this text shows that notions of nationhood and citizenship are not given, but created in dialogue between the state and local communities.