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Call for Papers: Remains of a Dictatorship International Conference

 
THE REMAINS OF A DICTATORSHIP:
AN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE PHILIPPINES
UNDER MARCOS

Organized by
Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints
and the
Dean’s Office, School of Social Sciences, Loyola Schools
Ateneo de Manila University
Quezon City, Philippines
3–4 August 2017
CALL FOR PAPERS

The Marcos era (1965–1986) was a tumultuous period in Philippine history. In 1969 Ferdinand Marcos became the first postwar president to be reelected after serving a full term as president (1965–1969), but his historic victory came on the heels of a long, bloody campaign period and a controversial election. Protests intensified during his second and supposedly final term. On 23 September 1972, a year prior to what was meant to be his final year in Malacañang, he announced that he had declared martial law two days earlier. The proclamation plunged the nation in fear and confusion. The regime oversaw the arrests of thousands, the silencing of the press, the closure of both houses of Congress, and the suspension of the ongoing constitutional convention. With martial law legitimated by a decision of the Supreme Court domestically and the support of the United States internationally, the regime entrenched itself. In due course the Marcos state orchestrated the politicization of the military, the corruption of state institutions, the massive distortion of the economy through crony capitalism, and the murder and forced disappearances of hundreds of activists and various oppositors. The Marcos state also propagated its own brand of official nationalism, and it had its supporters. State repression, however, was met with resistance from various fronts, inlcuding the spread and intensification of armed resistance and secessionist movements. The assassination of Benigno Aquino Jr. on 21 August 1983 became a critical conjucture that stoked public outrage, intensified protests, nurtured an alternative press, and shook the country’s social foundations, culminating in the EDSA People Power of 1986 that overthrew Marcos and forced his escape and that of his family to Hawai’i, where Marcos died in 1989.
 
Posted: 2016-12-01 More...
 

The Grand Design of Capital Cities and the Early Plans for Quezon City

 

To launch vol. 64, issue no. 1, of

Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints

We invite you to a talk by

 

Yves Boquet, Ph.D.

Professor of Geography, Université de Bourgogne, and

Secretary-General, Association of French Geographers

 

on

 

The Grand Design of Capital Cities and the Early Plans for Quezon City

Wednesday, 13 April 2016 | 5:00 pm

Ateneo de Manila University

Faber Hall 302

 

 

 
Posted: 2016-04-08 More...
 

The Peopling of the Philippines: Evidence from our DNA

 

To launch vol. 63, issue no. 4, of

Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints

We invite you to a talk by

Prof. Frederick C. Delfin

DNA Analysis Laboratory, Natural Sciences Research Institute, University of the Philippines Diliman, and 

International Max Planck Research School, Leipzig School for Human Origins, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology

on

 

 
Posted: 2015-11-17 More...
 

Forthcoming articles in Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints

 

Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem, “Technocracy and the Politics of Economic Decision Making during the Pre–Martial Law Period (1965–1972)”

The technocrats in the administration of Pres. Ferdinand E. Marcos prior to martial law (1965–1972), rather than apolitical as portrayed in the literature, were sensitive to politics of economic policy making, particularly as some policies affected negatively the interests of some of the country’s traditional elites.

 

Maria Kristina S. Gallego, “Philippine Kinship and Social Organization from the Perspective of Historical Linguistics”

Based on reconstructions of proto-Philippine terminologies, this article characterizes early Philippine kinship as bilateral with possible quasi-lineages, favoring achieved over hereditary chiefdom. These features support the reconstruction of the proto–Malayo-Polynesian system advanced by George Peter Murdock (1949).

 
Posted: 2015-08-20 More...
 

“Disasters in History: The Philippines in Comparative Perspective”

 

Was the storm surge spawned by Typhoon Yolanda in November 2013 totally unprecedented or did similar disasters occur 100 years ago? What did the Mount Pinatubo eruption in 1990 have to do with rats and locusts in the devastated areas? How were disasters reported in the news at the turn of the twentieth century and even earlier? What role did observatories and meteorological analysis play in empire building? What role did climate and disasters have in influencing or even shaping Philippine history? How do we reconcile a territorially delimited national history with the fact that political geography does not confine natural hazards to the nation-state?

These are just some of the questions that were discussed in the recently concluded conference-workshop, “Disasters in History: The Philippines in Comparative Perspective,” held on 24 and 25 October 2014 at the Ateneo de Manila University. Organized by the journal Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints and the Department of History, in partnership with the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, the conference-workshop was a unique gathering of scholars and research scientists in the natural and social sciences from leading universities in the Philippines as well as Australia, Belgium, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

 
Posted: 2014-10-30 More...
 

REGISTRATION for the Disasters in History: The Philippines in Comparative Perspective

 

An International Conference-Workshop

REGISTRATION FEE (inclusive of meals, refreshments, and conference materials)

 

FOR PHILIPPINE PARTICIPANTS

Early bird rate P2,500 (Until 25 August)

Regular Rate: P3,500  (26 Aug 2014–10 Oct 2014)

Late and on-site registration: P5,500 (from 11 Oct 2014)

 

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Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints Editorial Office

Room 202 CCS Building, Social Development Complex

Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108

 

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COMPANY NAME: ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY

ACCOUNT NAME: Name of Paying Participant

REFERENCE NO.: Disasters in History Conference

SUBSCRIBER NO.: 099 (Code of Philippine Studies)

MODE OF PAYMENT: Cash/Check/Debit Account

AMOUNT OF PAYMENT: PhP xxx.xx

 

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Checks can be sent to:

Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints Editorial Office

Room 202 CCS Building, Social Development Complex

Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108

 

FOR OVERSEAS PARTICIPANTS:

Early bird rate US$70 (Until 25 August)

Regular Rate: US$100 (26 Aug 2014–10 Oct 2014)

Late and on-site registration: US$120 (from 11 Oct 2014)

 

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Please visit our website (www.philippinestudies.net) and register for free. Once registered, please follow these steps:

Select "User Home." Under "My Account," click "Manage My Subscriptions." Under "Subscriptions," proceed to "Individual Subscription," and choose "Purchase New Subscription."

For "Subscription Type," select "Disasters in History Conference (FOREIGN Participants)." Then click "Continue" and you will be directed to the payment process by PayPal.

Feel free to send an email to (philippinestudies.soss@ateneo.edu) or (info@philippinestudies.net) for further inquiries and concerns. We will be glad to assist you.

 

 

 
Posted: 2014-08-06
 

Disasters in History: The Philippines in Comparative Perspective

 

Disasters in History:

The Philippines in Comparative Perspective

An International Conference-Workshop

 

24–25 October 2014

Ateneo de Manila University

Quezon City, Philippines

 

Call for Papers

The Department of History, School of Social Sciences, Ateneo de Manila University and the journal Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints invite papers to be presented in an international conference-workshop on “Disasters in History: The Philippines in Comparative Perspective” to be held on 24–25 October 2014 at the Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Philippines.

The conference aims to gather historians, climate scientists, and other scholars to present and discuss papers based on new research and perspectives in the study of disasters. Papers that are explicitly historical, ethnographic, and/or comparative in orientation are most welcome.

The conference is intended to cover the histories of various disasters brought about by earthquakes, tsunamis, typhoons, volcanic eruptions, drought, and other natural hazards as historically experienced by various groups, classes, and communities in the Philippines and other parts of Asia Pacific. We invite papers that offer comparative perspectives on how different societies with differing levels of vulnerability have prepared for, confronted, experienced, and moved on from disasters in different historical periods. Papers dealing with other parts of Asia Pacific are encouraged to relate the discussion to the Philippines.

The conference aims to foster closer academic and scholarly ties and relationships between and among scholars in the Philippines and Asia who are engaged in similar and parallel projects that study disasters in history.

Selected papers that pass the refereeing system will be included in a special issue of Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints, the quarterly published by the Ateneo de Manila University since 1953. Articles in this journal are indexed and abstracted in several global databases such as Historical Abstracts, Project MUSE, Scopus, and JSTOR. Other publications may also be planned.

 

Keynote Speaker

Greg Bankoff, Professor of Modern History at the University of Hull, will deliver a keynote address. Professor Bankoff writes on environment–society interactions with respect to disasters, natural hazards, human–animal relation, development, resources, and community-based disaster management. Among his various publications are Cultures of Disaster: Society and Natural Hazard in the Philippines (2003) and the coedited volume Flammable Cities: Urban Conflagration and the Making of the Modern World (2012). A recent article is titled “Storm over San Isidro: Civic Community and Disaster Risk Reduction in the Nineteenth Century Philippines,” Journal of Historical Sociology (2012). A list of his publications may be found in http://www2.hull.ac.uk/fass/history/our-staff/greg-bankoff.aspx.

Gemma Teresa T. Narisma, Associate Professor in the Department of Physics, School of Science and Engineering of the Ateneo de Manila University, will also keynote this conference. An atmospheric scientist, Dr. Narisma is Associate Director for Research at the Manila Observatory, where she heads the Regional Climate Systems Program. Her work is geared toward assessing the potential impacts of climate change (whether due to land use or global warming or both) on society, especially in the Philippines, with the goal of providing science-based support to disaster risk mitigation, climate change adaptation, and sustainable development planning. In 2012 the Philippine National Academy of Science and Technology (NAST) named her an Outstanding Young Scientist (OYS). In 2013 she received the TOWNS (The Outstanding Women in the Nation’s Service) Award for Atmospheric Science.

 

Submission Guidelines

Interested paper presenters are requested to submit a 250-word abstract. Panel proposals are also welcome, and should include a brief description of the proposed panel as well as the abstracts of the individual papers in the panel.

Please submit abstracts and panel proposals by 25 June 2014. Submissions must be in Word format, and include the presenter’s name, institutional affiliation, and email address.

 

Inquiries as well as panel and paper proposals can be addressed to:

 

Francis A. Gealogo, PhD <fgealogo@ateneo.edu>

Chair, Department of History, School of Social Sciences

Ateneo de Manila University

 

Angelli F. Tugado, PhD <atugado@ateneo.edu>

Office Manager, Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints

School of Social Sciences, Ateneo de Manila University

 

Travel and Conference Subsidy


Participants are encouraged to seek funds for travel and conference participation from their home institutions.

Paper presenters will arrange their own flight and hotel accommodations in Manila.

 

Registration Fee (inclusive of meals, refreshments, and conference materials)

****                                      Overseas Participants       Philippine-based Participants

Early bird rate                         US$ 70                           P2,500

(until 25 Aug 2014)

Regular rate                            US$100                          P3,500

(25 Aug 2014–10 Oct 2014)

Late and on-site registration      US$120                         P5,500

(from 11 Oct 2014)

 

Please inform the organizers by 10 October 2014 of any dietary restrictions so that special meals can be prepared.

 

 

 

 

 
Posted: 2014-01-28
 

Historiography and Nation since Pasyon and Revolution: Conference in Honor of Prof Reynaldo C Ileto

 

Historiography and Nation since Pasyon and Revolution:

Conference in Honor of Professor Reynaldo C. Ileto

Organized jointly by

Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints and the Department of History, Ateneo de Manila University

and

Southeast Asian Studies and "Toward Sustainable Humanosphere in Southeast Asia" Research Program
Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University

To be held at the Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City, Philippines, 8–9 February 2013

The publication of Professor Reynaldo C. Ileto’s Pasyon and Revolution: Popular Movements in the Philippines, 1840–1910 by the Ateneo de Manila University Press in 1979 was a watershed event in Philippine historiography. It reshaped the contours of Philippine history and many other disciplines. Ileto’s ideas on “history from below” inspired an entire generation of Filipino historians to critically evaluate historical sources, interrogate long-held theoretical assumptions, and adopt fresh perspectives in the study of Philippine history. Pasyon and Revolution rose to become one of the most influential books in Southeast Asian Studies.

This international conference aims to assess the influence of Professor Ileto in general, and of Pasyon and Revolution in particular, on Philippine historiography, on studies of nationalism and social movements, on theories of colonialism and postcolonialism, and on area studies and scholarship beyond the Philippines.

Scholars from the Philippines as well as Australia, Canada, India, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America will present over 60 scholarly research papers in this landmark conference.

The opening program will be held at the Leong Hall Auditorium, starting at 8:30 AM. Registration begins at 7:30 AM.

Interested participants who will not present papers are welcome to attend. Please consult http://www.philippinestudies.net to register. The registration fee for Philippine participants is P4,000 and US$100 for overseas participants. On-site registration is P5,500, with no assured conference packet.

The Philippine Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has endorsed this conference in a memorandum dated 5 October 2012.

The tentative conference program may be downloaded below.

Reynaldo Ileto conference program

 
Posted: 2013-02-06
 

Commission on Higher Education Endorses PSHEV Journal Subscriptions

 

Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints has been declared by the Philippine Commission of Higher Education (CHED) Journal Accreditation Service as one of the CHED Accredited Research Journals for 2011 to 2014, under Category A-2.

In a memorandum dated 24 September 2012, the Chairperson of the CHED endorsed the journal for library subscription of all public and private higher education institutions in the Philippines.

 
Posted: 2012-10-18 More...
 

CHED ENDORSES INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION

 

In a memorandum  dated 5 October 2012, the Chairperson of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has endorsed the international conference on

Historiography and Nation since Pasyon and Revolution: Conference in Honor of Professor Reynaldo C. Ileto

Organized jointly by Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints and the History Department Ateneo de Manila University

as well as the Southeast Asian Studies and "Toward Sustainable Humanosphere in Southeast Asia" Research Program, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University

to be held at the Ateneo de Manila UniversityQuezon City, Philippines, 8–9 February 2013

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION BY NON-PAPER PRESENTERS

The publication of Professor Reynaldo C. Ileto’s Pasyon and Revolution: Popular Movements in the Philippines, 1840–1910 by the Ateneo de Manila University Press in 1979 was a watershed event in Philippine historiography, recently given due recognition by the Ateneo de Manila University with the Gawad Tanghal ng Lahi awarded to Professor Ileto.

This defining moment in 1979 has reshaped the contours and directions not only of Philippine history but also of many other disciplines. Professor Ileto’s ideas on the writing of “history from below” were trail blazing, inspiring an entire generation of Filipino historians to critically evaluate historical sources, interrogate long-held theoretical assumptions, and adopt fresh perspectives in the study of Philippine nationalism and social movements. Deservedly, Professor Ileto is one of the most awarded and recognized Filipino historians of the contemporary generation.

Beyond the Philippines, Pasyon and Revolution has been considered one of the most influential books in Southeast Asian Studies by the editorial team of Sojourn: The Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia. It was the only book written by a Southeast Asian scholar and published by a Southeast Asia-based university press that found inclusion in the prestigious list. Beyond Southeast Asia, the book has caused scholars specializing on other countries in other parts of the world to take notice of Philippine studies and its relevance to their own fields of scholarship.

Over three decades have passed since the publication of Pasyon and Revolution. This international conference aims to assess the influence of Professor Ileto in general, and of Pasyon and Revolution in particular, on Philippine historiography, on studies of nationalism and social movements, on theories of colonialism and postcolonialism, and on area studies and scholarship beyond the Philippines. Scholars from the Philippines, Southeast Asia, and other parts of the world are expected to present over seventy papers in this landmark conference.

This call for participation is addressed to those who wish to attend the conference but not present papers. Interested parties are requested to complete and submit the registration form, and remit their registration fees, as soon as possible. Please note the following deadlines:

For Philippine participants: Until 1 October 2012: P3,500. After this date: P4,000.
For overseas participants: Until 1 October 2012: US$85. After this date: US$100.

On-site registration: P5,500, with no assured conference packet.

Please download the registration form at http://www.philippinestudies.net. The instructions for remittance of the registration fee are also found on this site.

Please direct all other inquiries to:

Dr. Francis A. Gealogo <fgealogo@ateneo.edu>
Philippine Studies Journal Office/Department of History
Telephone (632) 4673656 · Telefax (632) 4266001 extn 4619

Dr. Caroline Sy Hau < hau@cseas.kyoto-u.ac.jp >
Southeast Asian Studies Journal Office
Telephone (075) 7537344 · Fax (075) 7537356

 
Posted: 2012-09-13
 

REGISTRATION for the Conference in Honor of Professor Ileto

 

REGISTRATION FEE (inclusive of meals, refreshments, and conference materials)

Registration form for Paper Presenters
Registration form for Non-Paper Presenters

FOR PHILIPPINE PARTICIPANTS

Until 1 October 2012: P3,500. After this date: P4,000. On day of Conference: P5,500.

Cash Payment to Journal Office

Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints Journal Office
Room 202 CCS Building, Social Development Complex
Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108

Metrobank Payment

To pay, please include the following details on the payment slip:

COMPANY NAME: ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY
PARTICIPANTS NAME: Name of Paying Participant
SUBSCRIBER NO.: 099 (Code of Philippine Studies)
MODE OF PAYMENT: Cash/Check/Debit Account
AMOUNT OF PAYMENT: PhP xxx.xx

Check Payment

Checks can be sent to:

Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints Journal Office
Room 202 CCS Building, Social Development Complex
Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108

FOR OVERSEAS PARTICIPANTS:

Until 1 October 2012: US$85. After this date: US$100. On day of Conference: P5,500.

Paypal

Please visit our website (www.philippinestudies.net) and register for free. Once registered, please follow these steps:

Select "User Home." Under "My Account," click "Manage My Subscriptions." Under "Subscriptions," proceed to "Individual Subscription," and choose "Purchase New Subscription."

For "Subscription Type," select "Reynaldo Ileto Conference (FOREIGN Participants)." Then click "Continue" and you will be directed to the payment process by PayPal.

Check payment

Checks can be sent to:

Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints Journal Office
Room 202 CCS Building, Social Development Complex
Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108

Feel free to send an email to (info@philippinestudies.net) or (philippinestudies@admu.edu.ph) for further inquiries and concerns. We will be glad to assist you.

 

 
Posted: 2012-09-06
 

Philippine Studies in Project MUSE

 

Starting with vol. 59, no. 1 (2011), Philippine Studies is now a part of Project MUSE. If your university's library subscribes to Project MUSE, then you can have full text, subscription access to the current content of Philippine Studies. Do check with your library now!

 

 
Posted: 2011-09-28
 

Special Double Issue: Vol. 58, Nos. 1-2, March-June 2010

 

The special double issue (vol. 58, nos. 1-2, March-June 2010) is now available, with articles on the history of the Catholic Church and other aspects of Philippine history. This special double issue is  a festschrift in honor of Fr. John N. Schumacher, S.J. Copies have been sent to  overseas subscribers.

The formal presentation of the festschrift to Father Schumacher will be held on 17 June 2010, on the occasion of his 83rd birthday.

 

 
Posted: 2010-03-31
 

ONLINE PAYMENT FACILITY NOW AVAILABLE

 
Subscribers of Philippine Studies who are based outside the Philippines may now renew their subscriptions online. The first step requires that the user must register on this site. Confirmation is sent to the subscriber's nominated email address.

Once successfully registered, the subscriber can click the USER HOME button on top of the page. This allows the MY ACCOUNT page to be displayed. To renew subscription, click the "Renew Subscription" button. The PAYPAL FEE PAYMENT page will appear, and the subscriber simply follows the instructions of PayPal.

The subscriber will receive a confirmation notice through email once the payment is accepted.

Some subscribers may opt not to use this facility. They can choose to send their check payment through the postal service.

Institutional subscribers who have existing accounts with agents should first contact their agents, who will coordinate with our journal office.

Subscribers based in the Philippines may renew their subscription by making over the counter payments at any branch of Metrobank. To pay, please include the following details on the payment slip: COMPANY NAME (Ateneo de Manila University); SUBSCRIBER NAME (Name of Paying Client); REFERENCE NO. (Year and Type of Subscription); SUBSCRIBER NO. (099-code of Philippine Studies); MODE OF PAYMENT (Cash/Check/Debit Account); AMOUNT (PhPxxx.xx). The receipt of the transaction must then be sent to our journal office either through the post office or as an email attachment. Subscribers who wish to follow this system of payment may contact our journal office for details by sending an email to philstudies@admu.edu.ph or to info@philippinestudies.net. They may also call our office at (02)426-6001 local 4619 or (02)467-3656.

The editorial team of Philippine Studies is doing its best to facilitate the renewal of subscriptions.

Thank you for your support for Philippine Studies.

Philippine Studies ISSN 0031-7837; E-ISSN 2012-2489

Philippine Studies is published by the Ateneo de Manila University

 
Posted: 2010-01-19
 

OPEN ACCESS TO ISSUES FROM 1953 TO 2006

 

All articles and reviews published in Philippine Studies prior to 2007 are available at no cost. Online access to single issues and individual articles published since 2007 is available only to paid subscribers; nonsubscribers can access these articles for a fee. Please consult the terms and conditions for accessing the online edition of Philippine Studies.

 



Philippine Studies ISSN 0031-7837; E-ISSN 2012-2489

Philippine Studies is published by the Ateneo de Manila University

 
Posted: 2010-01-19
 


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