Daily Lives Of Civilians In Wartime Asia

Author: Stewart Lone
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
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23; Teodoro A. Agoncillo, Malolos: The Crisis of the Republic, Quezon City:
University of the Philippines, 1960 (reprinted by the University of the Philippines
Press, 1997); see also Elmer A. Ordoñez, The Philippine Revolution and Beyond,
2 vols., Manila: Philippine Centennial Commission, 1998. 18. Corpuz, Roots, vol.
2, chaps. 18–19; and Corpuz, Saga and Triumph, chaps. 9–15; Foreman,
Philippine Islands, chap. 23; Agoncillo, Malolos; see also Ordoñez, Philippine
Revolution and ...

Post Colonial National Identity In The Philippines

Author: Greg Bankoff
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351742094
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McFarlane, B., 'The Philippines and Vietnam under Economic Reform 1982–98:
A Comparison', Philippines Studies Association of Australia conference,
Townsville, June 1998. Mercene, R., 'US Focus in Centennial Message', Today,
12 June 1998. Michael M., 'Reflections on the Philippine National Awakening:
The Moro problematics as a factor' in E. Ordonez (ed.), The Philippine Revolution
and Beyond, vol. 2, Manila, 1998. Miller, D., On Nationality, Oxford, 1995. Mulder,
N., “'This ...

Love Passion And Patriotism

Author: Raquel A. G. Reyes
Publisher: NUS Press
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14 IS 18 19 Press, 1999); Elmer A. Ordonez, The Philippine Revolution and
Beyond, 2 Vols. (Manila: Philippine Centennial Commission, National
Commission for Culture and the Arts, 1998). Nineteenth-century ilustrado
nationalism has recently been approached through the lenses of race and racial
science by Filomeno V. Aguilar, Jr., "Tracing Origins: Ilustrado nationalism and
the racial science of migration waves," The Journal of Asian Studies 64, no. 3 (
August 2005): 605-37.

Chinese And Chinese Mestizos Of Manila

Author: Richard Chu
Publisher: BRILL
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In The Philippine revolution and beyond: Papers from the international
conference on the centennial of the 1896 Philippine revolution, Vol. 2, ed. Elmer
A. Ordoñez, 620–40. Manila: Philippine Centennial Commission [and] National
Commission for Culture and Arts. Pax Romana Secretariat Bulletin. 1966–1967.
December. Pe, Susan L. 1983. The Dominican ministry among the Chinese in the
Parián, Baybay, and Binondo, 1587–1637. MA thesis, Ateneo de Manila
University. Pei, Ying ...

Beyond The Nation

Author: Martin Joseph Ponce
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814768075
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Cruz's dissertation contains one ofthe few recent analyses of The Filipino Rebel,
and my reading necessarily builds off of her incisive feminist reading. ... and
Patriotism: Sexuality and the Philippine Propaganda Movement, 1882–1892 (
Singapore: NUS Press, and Seattle: University ofWashington Press, 2008); and
Mina Roces, “Reflections on Gender and Kinship in the Philippine Revolution,
1896–1898,” in The Philippine Revolution of1896: Ordinary Lives in
Extraordinary Times, ed.

Beyond The Borders Of Baptism

Author: Michael L. Budde
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In his July 27 letter to Mariano Ponce, Rizal spoke of 'our arduous mission which
is the formation of the Filipino nation.'”18 This aspiration finally took concrete form
in the creation of the Filipino nation-state with the declaration of the 1898
Philippine Revolution. This emergence of Filipino identity produced fissures in
Catholic identity. Because of the dissociation of the Catholic Church from the
Spanish colonial government brought about by the revolution and the anti-
Catholic and ...

Revolutionary Spirit

Author: John Nery
Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
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The Buru Quartet (named after the island prison camp where Pramoedya was
detained for 10 years, and where the stories began as oral narratives) privileges
Rizal and the Philippine revolution; in particular, the second volume uses Minke's
multi—stage discovery of Philippine history as crucial moments in the plot line
and as milestones in his own ... Beyond the sheer number, it is the role these
historical markers play in the evolution of Minke's thinking that attracts our

Staging The World

Author: Rebecca E. Karl
Publisher: Duke University Press
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1900, translated into Japanese in 1901 and into Chinese in 1902, was perhaps
the single most influential text for post-1902 Chinese interpretations of the global
and Chinese significance of the Philippine revolution.58 Moving beyond the
American and Japanese geopolitical arguments, Ponce
directedChineseattentionto anexperience ofcolonialismthat spokedirectly to
Chinese intellectuals. Indeed, for Chinese intellectuals it was Ponce who first
persuasively cast colonialism as a ...