detail from Labels for Hair Ribbons by Manuel Ocampo a delectable selection of oriental appetizers
Monday, October 25, 2004


: . Philippine Matters

"New" Philippine Studies materials online


Unrestricted access:
Foreignness and Vengeance: On Rizal's "El Filibusterismo"
by Vicente Rafael

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The Good Imperialists? American Military Presence in the Southern Philippines in Historical Perspective
by Patricio N. Abinales

American Colonial Empire: The Limit of Power's Reach
by Julian Go
Items and Issues 4, 4 (Winter 2003-2004), 18-23

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Art and Politics in the Balagtasan
by Virgilio S. Almario

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Emigration, Labor and Capital: the Filipinos and the Japanese in the First Half of the Twentieth Century
by Lydia N. Yu-Jose

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Which Anti-Communisms? Reflections from the Philippines
by Patricio N. Abinales

"A Piece of History": Juan Luna's Parisian Life and the Production of Property
by Patrick Flores

On the Historiography of Southeast Asia and the Philippines: The "Golden Age" of Southeast Asian Studies -- Experiences and Reflections
by Reynaldo C. Ileto

For subscribers or subscribing institutions:
Nitroglycerine in the Pomegranate
by Benedict Anderson
New Left Review 27 (May-June 2004), 99-118

In the World-Shadow of Bismarck and Nobel
by Benedict Anderson
New Left Review 28 (July-August 2004), 85-129

Jupiter Hill
by Benedict Anderson
New Left Review 29 (September-October 2004), 91-120

The Blood Compact: International Law and the State of Exception in the 1896 Filipino Revolution and the US Takeover of the Philippines
by John D. Blanco
Postcolonial Studies 7, 1 (2004), 27-48

Bastards of the Unfinished Revolution: Bolívar's Ismael and Rizal's Martí­ at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
by John D. Blanco
Radical History Review 89, 1 (May 2004), 92-114

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"Racism" and Colonialism: Meanings of Difference and Ruling Practices in America's Pacific Empire
by Julian Go
Qualitative Sociology 27, 1 (Spring 2004), 35-58

A Globalizing Constitutionalism? Views from the Postcolony, 1945-2000
by Julian Go
International Sociology 18, 1 (2003), 71-95

The Malevolence of "Benevolent Assimilation": Cultural Critique in Early Philippine Literature in English
by Jennifer McMahon
World Englishes 23, 1 (2004), 141-153

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Who are the Cuyonon? Ethnic Identity in the Modern Philippines
by James F. Eder
Journal of Asian Studies 63, 3 (August 2004), 625-648

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When the Light of the Home is Abroad: Unskilled Female Migration and the Filipino Family
by Maruja Milagros B. Asis, Shirlena Huang, and Brenda S.A. Yeoh
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 25, 2 (2004), 198-215

Alienation and Labor Export in the Context of Globalization: Filipino Migrant Domestic Workers in Taiwan and Hong Kong
by Ligaya Lindio-McGovern
Critical Asian Studies 36, 2 (June 2004), 217-238

At the Cost of Women: The Family and the Modernization-Building Project of the Philippines in Globalization
by Rhacel Salazar Parreñas
Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 5, 1 (April 2003), 29-44

Runaway Brides: Anxieties of Identity among Trafficked Filipina Entertainers in South Korea
by Sallie Yea
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 25, 2 (July 2004), 180-197

Recently uploaded to Project Gutenberg
True Version of the Philippine Revolution
by Don Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy

The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803 (Volume 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8)
edited by Emma Helen Blair and James Alexander Robertson

The Philippines: Past and Present, Volume 1
by Dean C. Worcester

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