Publications

2015

Sumpong: Spirit Beliefs, Murder, and Religious Change among Eighteenth-Century Aeta and Ilongot in Eastern Central Luzon

By Dizon, Mark Alexander C.

Dizon, Mark. 2015. Sumpong: Spirit Beliefs, Murder, and Religious Change among Eighteenth-Century Aeta and Ilongot in Eastern Central Luzon. Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints 63(1): 3–38.

Visible Japanese and Invisible Filipino: Narratives of the Development of Davao, 1900s to 1930s

By Jose, Lydia Y., Dacudao, Patricia Irene N.

Yu Jose, Lydia N. and Patricia Irene Dacudao. 2015. Visible Japanese and Invisible Filipino: Narratives of the Development of Davao, 1900s to 1930s. Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints 63(1): 101–129.

Controlling Nature, Disciplining Human Nature: Floods in Singapore and Metro Manila, 1945–1980s

By Pante, Michael D.

Loh Kah Seng and Michael D. Pante. 2015. Controlling Nature, Disciplining Human Nature: Floods in Singapore and Metro Manila, 1945–1980s. Nature and Culture 10(1): 36–56.

2014

Tawid-Dagat: Pag-ugat sa Maritimong Nakaraan ng Pilipino, 67,000 t.n. – 900 MK

By Isorena, Efren B.

Isorena, Efren B. 2014. Tawid-Dagat: Pag-ugat sa Maritimong Nakaraan ng Pilipino, 67,000 t.n. – 900 MK. Philippine Social Sciences Review 65(1): 1–33.

A Collision of Masculinities: Men, Modernity and Urban Transportation in American-Colonial Manila

By Pante, Michael D.

Pante, Michael D. 2014. A collision of masculinities: Men, modernity and urban transportation in American-colonial Manila. Asian Studies Review 38(2): 253–273.

Mobility and Modernity in the Urban Transport Systems of Colonial Manila and Singapore

By Pante, Michael D.

Pante, Michael D. 2014. Mobility and Modernity in the Urban Transport Systems of Colonial Manila and Singapore. Journal of Social History 47(4): 855–877.

Prolonged Decline: Intramuros during the American Colonial Period

By Pante, Michael D.

Pante, Michael D. 2014. Prolonged Decline: Intramuros during the American colonial period. In Manila: Selected papers of the 22nd annual Manila Studies Conference, ed. Bernardita Reyes Churchill, Marya Svetlana T. Camacho, and Lorelei D.C. de Viana, 78–108. Manila: Manila Studies Association; National Commission for Culture and the Arts.

Migration Revolution: Philippine Nationhood and Class Relations in a Globalized Village

By Aguilar Jr, Filomeno V.

Aguilar, Filomeno V. Jr. 2014. Migration revolution: Philippine nationhood and class relations in a globalized village. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press.