[Blueboard] New from the Ateneo Press
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The following titles are available at the Ateneo Press-Jescom booth, 26th Manila International Book Fair, ongoing until September 4, 2005, World Trade Center, Roxas Blvd. cor Gil Puyat Ave., Pasay City. Book fair hours are from 10 am to 8 pm. Gate passes may be reserved at or picked up from the Ateneo Press office at Bellarmine Hall (4265984, 4266001 ext 4612/4; unipress at admu.edu.ph).
ASIAN COOPERATION: Problems and Challenges in the New Century by Lydia Yu Jose et al.,
Ateneo Center for Asian Studies (c2005, 6 x 9 inches, 182 pages, ISBN BK 971-92296-8-3)
This volume discusses the challenges to Asian cooperation from the points of view of political,
economic, and sociological disciplines. It approaches the issue of cooperation from different levels: national, bilateral and regional.
With contributions from Lydia N. Yu-Jose, Rodolfo C. Severino, Ellen H. Palanca, Fernando Aldaba, Johanna Zulueta, Josefa Petilla, Pauline Rebucas, Telibert C. Laoc, and Gerard Rixhon.
COMANAGEMENT IN PRACTICE: The Challenges and Complexities of Implementation in the Northern Sierra Madre Mountain Region, edited by Denyse J. Snelder and Eileen C. Bernardo (c2005, 6 x 9 inches, 320 pages, ISBN BK 971-550-482-5)
This book summarizes the lessons learned from previous studies and project activities in the
northern Sierra Madre Mountain Region in order to draw conclusions on various aspects of
comanagement. One of the main challenges is how to arrive at, and maintain, a fruitful partnership between government institutions and individual, or collective, resource
users sharing power, responsibilities, and benefits over natural resources. Changes in
organizational culture and social norms may be essential to create long-term sustainability in
natural resource management.
With contributions from Wagayway Q. Agatep, Dante M. Aquino, Alejandro Belen, Eileen C. Bernardo, Alex A. General, Hans H. de Iongh, Hanneke van Lavieren, Tessa Minter, Delia Magana, Ben S. Malayang III, Domingo M. Paguirigan, Gerard A. Persoon, Jan Sevink, Denyse J. Snelder, Lilian Spijkerman, Gerhard M. Van den Top, and Perla A. Vissoro.
LITERATURE OF VOICE: Epics in the Philippines, edited by Nicole Revel, with a Foreword by Bienvenido F. Nebres, SJ (c2005, 6 x 9 inches, 228 pages ISBN BK 971-92296-7-5)
The lectures in this collection have the seal of different voices from the university, from the
highlands, and from the sea... Part 1 brings together the general lectures and specific researches conducted among the Sama and Sama Dilaut in Tawi-Tawi, the Tala-andig
Bukidnon in Mindanao, the Ifugao, the Itneg, and the Ilocano in Northern Luzon. Part 2 is a
small anthology of excerpts from seventeen epics in the original language presented together with its English or Filipino translation. An Inventory of the sixty-six epics appears in an annex.
The video-CD of the book contains excerpts of the evening performances during the conference
held on 29 and 30 June 2000, featuring the epic poetry of the Tala-andig Bukidnon, Kalinga, and the Sama Dilaut.
With contributions from Margarita R. Cembrano, Lourdes Saquing Dulawan, Norma A. Respicio, Nicole Revel, Gerard Rixhon, Talib Lim Sangogot, Irene Saway-Llesis, Victorino L. Saway and Fernando N. Zialcita
MAY TIBOK ANG PUSO NG LUPA by Bienvenido A. Ramos. WIth a critical introduction by Roberto T. Anonuevo. (c2005, 384 pp, 5 x 7 in, ISBN 971-550-483-3)
Hinihimay ng premyadong nobelang ito ang sapin-saping problema ng mga magsasaka, at ang matagal nang usapin hinggil sa repormang agraryo. Sa pamamagitan ng malikhaing rekonstruksiyon ng isang bayan at ng makukulay na tauhan, ipinamalas sa akda ang hanggahang nagbubukod sa mga maylupa't kasama; ang tunggalian ng mga paniniwala't ideolohiya; at ang matitimyas na pangarap at damdamin tungo sa pagkakaisa.
Si Bienvenido A. Ramos, premyadong manunulat, ay isinilang noong Enero 15, 1934, sa Atlag, Malolos, Bulacan.
PATTERNS OF CONTINUITY AND CHANGE: Imaging the Japanese in Philippine
Editorial Cartoons, 1930-1941 and 1946-1956, by Helen Yu-Rivera (c2005, 6 x 9 inches, 292 pages, ISBN BK 971-550-477-9)
In this book, Helen Yu-Rivera challenges the conventional use of written documents in delineating the course of Philippines-Japan relations. This book highlights the perspective of the popular press instead of the commonly solicited viewpoints of policy makers. More important, the author reads the editorial cartoons as symbolic language where images and text reveal more than what they signify at a cursory glance.
Helen Yu-Rivera is Assistant Professor in Art Studies, UP Diliman, Quezon City.
Maricor E. Baytion
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