This portrait of environmental politics chronicles the devastating destruction of the Philippine countryside and... Læs mere
This book complicates our understanding of Mindanao's history and ethnography, and outlines the beginning of an autonomous history for the marginalized Lumad peoples.
Shares the author's experiences from the first days of World War II until the end of hostilities. He saw and endured the pain brought... Læs mere
Stranded in the Philippines is based on the memoirs of Professor Henry Roy Bell and his wife Edna. After graduation from... Læs mere
This book is about the ways in which disaster-affected communities perform their misery to secure... Læs mere
Presents an ethnography of Filipino gay men in New York that explores their sexual and national identities. This book challenges beliefs about the progressive development of a gay world and the eventual assimilation of all queer folks into gay modernity.
A collection of 30 stories and recipes from expat Filipino chefs, home cooks, and writers that serves as a delicious, accessible introduction to the complex and adaptable, though perennially overshadowed, cuisine that is Filipino food.