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Philippine Studies: Home Fuel: A History, Vol. 55, No. 4, 2007

Editor’s Introduction
Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr., Pages 417–418


Lighting a Fire: Home Fuel in Manila, 1850–1945
Daniel F. Doeppers, Pages 419–447

Warfare by Pulong: Bonifacio, Aguinaldo, and the Philippine Revolution Against Spain
Glenn Anthony May, Pages 449–477

History and the Prewar Cebuano Novel
Erlinda K. Alburo, Pages 479–508

Illegal Fishing and Masculinity in the Philippines: A Look at the Calamianes Islands in Palawan
Michael Fabinyi, Pages 509–529

Book Reviews

“All the Conspirators”
Luis H. Francia, Pages 531–533

“Five Faces of Exile: The Nation and Filipino American Intellectuals”
Jonathan Chua, Pages 533–536

Philippine Studies Team, Page 537

Index to Volume 55
Pages, 539–541



Philippine Studies: Science in the Philippines, Vol. 55, No. 3, 2007

Editor’s Introduction
Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr., Pages 285–286


Science in the Philippines
Warwick Anderson, Pages 287–318

Between Modernization and Modernism: Community and Contradiction in the Paracolonial Short Story
Philip Joseph Holden, Pages 319–343

Philippine Financial Standing in 1921: The First World War Boom and Bust
Vicente Angel S. Ybiernas, Pages 345–372

Philippine Exporters and the Japanese Market: A Micro Perspective on Philippines-Japan Trade
Rosalina Palanca-Tan, Pages 373–394

Book Reviews

“The Anthropology of Christianity”
Julius J. Bautista, Pages 395–398

“The First Islamization of the Philippines (From the 13th Century up to the 19th Century
Nikki Serranilla Briones, Pages 398–399

“People, Profit, and Politics: State-Civil Society Relations in the Context of Globalization”
Enrique Niρo P. Leviste, Pages 400–402

Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery: The Manila Observatory
Archives of the Philippine Province of the Society of Jesus, Pages 403–412

Philippine Studies Team, Pages 413–414



Philippine Studies: Global Householding, Vol. 55, No. 2, 2007

Editor’s Introduction
Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr., Pages 155–156


The Globalization of Householding and Social Reproduction in Pacific Asia
Mike Douglass, Pages 157–182

Going Global: Housholding and the Demographic Transition in Taiwan
Liling Huang, Pages 183–210

Global Householding, Gender, and Filipino Migration: A Preliminary Review
Emma Porio, Pages 211–242

Sustaining the Household in a Globalizing World: The Gendered Dynamics of Business Travel in Singapore Households
Shirlena Huang, Brenda S. Yeoh, Paulin Straughan, Pages 243–274

Review Essay

The Empire of Right: U.S. Imperial Exceptionalism in a Global Frame
Oscar V. Campomanes, Pages 275–280

Philippine Studies Team, Pages 281–282



Philippine Studies: Battle of Mactan, Vol. 55, No. 1, 2007

Editor’s Introduction
Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr., Pages 1–2


The Battle of Mactan and the Indigenous Discourse on War
Jose Amiel Angeles, Pages 3–52

Woman's Worth: The Concept of Virtue in the Education of Woman in Spanish Colonial Philippines
Marya Svetlana T. Camacho, Pages 53–87

The Economic Significance of the Chinese in the Philippines: An Analysis of its Overstatement
Rupert Hodder, Pages 88–115

Pangasinan - An Endangered Language? Retrospect and Prospect
Victoria B. Anderson, James N. Anderson, Pages 116–144

Book Reviews

“Colonial Pathologies”
Aaron Rom O. Moralina, Pages 145–147

“The Blood Government”
Ma. Teresa Pineda Tinio, Pages 148–151

Philippine Studies Team, Pages 281–282