[Blueboard] PHILIPPINE STUDIES QUARTERLY listing (fwd)
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Tue May 21 08:23:13 PHT 2002
To help in preparing your reading or research lists, or to simply know
what's being written we present here the major articles published in the
PHILIPPINE STUDIES QUARTERLY, beginning with:
Vol 49, First Quarter, 2001
GOLD MINING IN BENGUET: 1900-1941 by Olivia M. Habana
The mining and trade of gold were among the most crucial economic
activities of the Ibaloy and Kankanay Igorots of the Benguet province.
DIOS-DIOS IN THE VISAYAS by Sophia Marco
In the 1880s messianic movements called dios-dios proliferated in several
provinces in Luzon and Visayas.
PALAWAN ATTITUDES TOWARD ILLNESS by Dario Novellino
The classification of the plant world of Palawan and their therapeutic use
of plants and conceptions of illness have been widely studied elsewhere;
the object of this essay is to draw the reader's attention to a particular
view of agency and to a specific perception of human-nature relation, as
they are expressed in Palawan ideas of illness and in their
RIZAL AND POLTERGEISTS IN DAPITAN by Jose S. Arcilla, SJ
At noon of 26 June 1892, the mailboat from Hong Kong docked in Manila.
Aboard were Rizal and his sister, Lucia.
This issue also contains commentaries on American education and
literature by Isabel Pefianco Martin and being a Filipino writer in the US
by Leonard Casper, as well as reviews of Abinales' Making Mindanao by Eric
Casino, Norman's We Band of Angels by Olivia M. Habana, and Manlapaz'
Angela Manalang-Gloria: A Literary Biography and The Complete Poems of
Angela Manalang-Gloria by Myrna Pena-Reyes.
PHILIPPINE STUDIES is published quarterly at the Ateneo de Manila
University Press. Subscriptions and contributions ARE WELCOME! Write to:
The Editor, Philippine Studies, Ateneo de Manila University Press, P.O.
Box 154, Manila 1099. Or drop by at the Press, Bellarmine Hall, Tel
See you soon!
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