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Philippine Studies 2011









Philippine Studies: Rizal@150, Vol. 59, No. 4, 2011

Guest Editor's Introduction
Caroline S. Hau, Pages 425–428


“Filibustero”, Rizal, and the Manilamen of the Nineteenth Century
Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr., Pages 429–469

The Problem of “Indio” Inferiority in Science: Rizal’s Two Views
Ramon Guillermo, Pages 471–493

The Afterlives of the “Noli me tángere”
Anna Melinda Testa de Ocampo, Pages 495–527

The Rizal Bill of 1956 Horacio de la Costa and the Bishops
John N. Schumacher, Pages 529–553



Philippine Studies: Preconquest Math, Vol. 59, No. 3, 2011

Editor’s Introduction
Filomeno Aguilar Jr., Pages 289–290


Mathematical Ideas in Early Philippine Society
Ricardo Manapat, Pages 291–336

Counting and Marking Time: From the Precolonial to the Contemporary Tagalog World
Damon L. Woods, Pages 337–365

Social and Spiritual Kinship in Early-Eighteenth-Century Missions on the Caraballo Mountains
Mark Dizon, Pages 367–398

Research Notes

Counting People: Nineteenth-Century Population History of Four Manila “Arrabales” Using the “Planes de Almas”
Francis A. Gealogo, Pages 399–423



Philippine Studies: Headhunting and Christianity, Vol. 59, No. 2, 2011

Editor’s Introduction
Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr., Pages 153–154


Headhunting, Christianity, and History among the Bugkalot (Ilongot) of Northern Luzon, Philippines
Shu-Yuan Yang, Pages 155–186

Peripheral Pockets of Paradise: Perceptions of Health and Geography in Early Twentieth-Century Manila and its Environs
Michael D. Pante, Pages 187–212


A Puzzle about “Padrones”: Tribute in the Eighteenth-Century Spanish Philippines
Bruce Cruikshank, Pages 213–238

Reply to Cruikshank
Luis Alonso Álvarez, Pages 239–249

Research Notes

The Art of “Pusô”: Palm Leaf Art in the Visayas in “Vocabularios” of the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Centuries
Elmer I. Nocheseda, Pages 251–272

Book Reviews

Elmo Gonzaga, “Globalization and Becoming-Nation: Subjectivity, Nationhood and Narrative in the Period of Global Capitalism”
By Gary Devilles, Pages 272–274

Rundell D. Maree, “Ibatan: A Grammatical Sketch of the Language of Babuyan Claro Island”
By Jesus Federico C. Hernandez, Pages 274–277

Alfred W. McCoy, “Policing America’s Empire: The United States, the Philippines, and the Rise of the Surveillance State”
By Ricardo Trota Jose, Pages 277–284

Nicanor G. Tiongson, “Salvador F. Bernal: Designing the Stage”
By Jonathan Chua, Pages 285–288



Philippine Studies: Ilustrado, Vol. 59, No. 1, 2011

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


“Patria é intereses”: Reflections on the Origins and Changing Meanings of “Ilustrado”
Caroline Sy Hau, Pages 3–54

The Cavite Mutiny: Toward a Definitive History
John N. Schumacher, S.J., Pages 55–81

Managing a Massacre: Savagery, Civility, and Gender in Moro Province in the Wake of Bud Dajo
Michael C. Hawkins, Pages 83–105


Benedict Anderson, Comparatively Speaking: On Area Studies, Theory, and “Gentlemanly” Polemics
Filomeno V. Aguilar, Caroline Sy Hau, Vicente Rafael, Teresa Tadem, Pages 107–139

Book Reviews

“Things Fall Away: Philippine Historical Experience and the Makings of Globalization” by Neferti X. M. Tadiar
Vicente Rafael, Pages 141–148

“The Philippines: Mobilities, Identities, Globalization” by James A. Tyner
Dina Marie B. Delias, Pages 148–151