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Philippine Studies: Basketball Fandom, Vol. 58, No. 4, 2010

Editor’s Introduction
Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr., Pages 447–448


Rooting for the Underdog: Spectatorship and Subalternity in Philippine Basketball
Lou Antolihao, Pages 449–480

(En)Countering Martial Law: Rhythmanalysis, Urban Experience in Metro Manila, and Ilokano Literature (1980–1984)
Roderick G. Galam, Pages 481–522

The 1919 and 1935 Rice Crises in the Philippines: The Rice Market and Starvation in American Colonial Times
Yoshihiro Chiba, Pages 523–556

Research Notes

Rizal’s “tagalische Verskunst” Revisited: Mistaken Conjectures and an Annotated Transcription
Ramon Guillermo, Pages 557–585

Book Reviews

“Body and Sexuality: Theological–Pastoral Perspectives of Women in Asia”
Mark Joseph T. Calano, Pages 587–590

“Of Dreams, Sweat, and Tears: The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Modern Filipino Heroes”
Jorge V. Tigno, Pages 591–594

“Shadows from the Rising Sun: An American Family’s Saga During the Japanese Occupation of the Philippines”
Olivia Anne M. Habana, Pages 594–597

“The Philippines through European Lenses: Late 19th Century Photographs from the Meerkamp van Embden Collection”
Meynardo P. Mendoza, Pages 597–600

Index to Volume 58
Pages, 600–604



Philippine Studies: Agoncillo's History Textbook, Vol. 58, No. 3, 2010

Editor’s Introduction
Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr., Pages 311–312


History of the Filipino People and Martial Law: A Forgotten Chapter in the History of a History Book, 1960–2010
Vernon R. Totanes, Pages 313–348

Our Men in Manila: The Secret Agent Film Craze of the 1960s in the Philippine Postcolonial Imagination
Michael G. Hawkins, Pages 349–381

Going Global, Veiling the Poor: Global City Imaginaries in Metro Manila
Boris Michel, Pages 383–406

Research Notes

Muslim Palawan: Diversity and Difference on the Periphery of Philippine Islam
James F. Eder, Pages 407–420

Book Reviews

“Fine Description: Ethnographic and Linguistic Essays”
Aileen Toohey, Pages 421–424

“Repensar Filipinas: Política, Identidad y Religión en la Construcción de la Nación Filipina”
Glòria Cano, Pages 424–429

“Re-shaping the World: Philip II of Spain and His Time”
Randolph Joseph H. de Jesús, Pages 429–434

“Love, Passion and Patriotism: Sexuality and the Philippine Propaganda Movement, 1882–1892”
Warwick Anderson, Pages 434–436


Rev. Joseph A. Galdon, S.J. 1928–2010
Eduardo Jose E. Calasanz, Pages 437–442

Dr. Andres B. Masipiqueña 1954–2010
Jan van der Ploeg, Dante M. Aquino, Pages 443–446



Philippine Studies: Festschrift in honor of Fr. John N. Schumacher, S.J., Vol. 58, No. 1-2, 2010

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


Pedro Peláez, Leader of the Filipino Clergy
Roberto Blanco Andrés, Pages 3–43

The Tagalog Revolts of 1745 According to Spanish Primary Sources
Fernando Palanco Aguado, Pages 45–77

The Pacto de Sangre in the Late Nineteenth-Century Nationalist Emplotment of Philippine History
Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr., Pages 79–109

Jesuit Linguistic Battles, ca. 1898–1932: Language, Power, and the Filipino Soul
Antonio Francisco B. De Castro, S.J., Pages 111–146

Time, Identity, and Nation in the Aglipayan Novenario ng Balintawak and Calendariong Maanghang
Francis A. Geólogo, Pages 147–168

Guillermo Tolentino’s “Grupo de Filipinos Ilustres” and the Making of a National Pantheon
Mojares B. Resil, Pages 169–184

Mapping Religious and Civil Spaces in Traditional and Charismatic Christianities in the Philippines
Jose Mario C. Francisco, S.J., Pages 185–221

Research Note

Heroes, Historians, and the New Propaganda Movement, 1950-1953
Reynaldo C. Ileto, Pages 223–238

Documentary Sources

The Manila Archbishop’s Visitation of Parishes, 1773–1775 A Look into the Lives of the Common People
Salvador P. Escoto, Pages 239–272


The Making of a Church Historian and a Filipino: A Conversation with Fr. John N. Schumacher, S.J.
Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr., Pages 273–296


Bibliography: John N. Schumacher, S.J.
John N. Schumacher, S.J., Pages 297–310