Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints vol 62, no 2 (2014) is out!


The theme of this issue is “Development Discourse.”

Table of Contents:


The Komedya of International Development in Camiguin Island: Ethnographic Stories on Program Impact and Sustainability
by Andrés Narros

Practicing “Enlightened Capitalism”: “Fil-Am” Heroes, NGO Activism, and the Reconstitution of Class Difference in the Philippines
by Faith R. Kares

Typhoon Ondoy and the Translation of Disaster Expertise in Barangay Banaba, Marikina Valley
by Loh Kah Seng

The “Filipino First” Policy and the Central Bank, 1958–1961: Island of State Strength and Economic Decolonization
by Yusuke Takagi


“As The Days Go By: Throbs of Grateful Hearts”: Reeducation Under the Japanese of Filipino POWs at Camp Del Pilar, Dau, Pampanga, 1942
by Grant K. Goodman


Erik Akpedonu and Czarina Saloma’s Casa Boholana: Vintage Houses of Bohol
Review Author: Romeo B. Galang, Jr.

Roland Sintos Coloma, Bonnie McElhinny, Ethel Tungohan, John Paul C. Catungal, and Lisa M. Davidson, eds. Filipinos in Canada: Disturbing Invisibility
Review Author: Resto S. Cruz I

Kale Bantigue Fajardo’s Filipino Crosscurrents: Oceanographies of Seafaring, Masculinities, and Globalization
Review Author: Joanne V. Manzano

Oona Paredes’s A Mountain of Difference: The Lumad in Early Colonial Mindanao
Review Author: Mark Dizon


Rev. John N. Schumacher SJ, 1927–2014
by Reynaldo C. Ileto, Vicente L. Rafael, Coeli Barry, Francis A. Gealogo, Maricor M. Baytion, and Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr.

Michael D. Pante
Instructor, Department of History
Associate Editor, Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints
Ateneo de Manila University

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