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Philippine Studies 2012









Philippine Studies: Rizal and Clausewitz, Volume 60, Number 1, 2012

Editor's Introduction
Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr., Pages 1–3


Moral Forces, Philosophy of History, and War in José Rizal
Ramon Guillermo, Pages 5–32

Collaboration and Resistance Catalino Hermosilla and the Japanese Occupation of Ormoc, Leyte (1942–1945)
Satoshi Ara, Pages 33–68

Let them Eat Rats! The Politics of Rodent Infestation in the Postwar Philippines
Patricio N. Abinales, Pages 69–101


On Studies of the History of the Philippines in China
Bao Maohong, Pages 102–116

Research Note

Deforestation in the Philippines, 1946–1995
Bao Maohong, Pages 117–130

Book Reviews

Filomeno Aguilar Jr., with John Estanley Z. Peñalosa, Tania Belen T. Liwanag, Resto S. Cruz I, Jimmy M. Melendrez, “Maalwang Buhay: Family, Overseas Migration, and Cultures of Relatedness in Barangay Paraiso”
By Bagasao Ildefonso, Pages 131–134

Richard T. Chu, “Chinese and Chinese Mestizos of Manila: Family, Identity, and Culture, 1860s–1930s”
By Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr., Pages 134–138

William Pomeroy, “Bilanggo: Life as a Political Prisoner in the Philippines 1952–1962”
By Sarah Raymundo, Pages 139–143

Curtis Whitefield Tong, “Child of War: A Memoir of World War II Internment in the Philippines”
By Lydia N. Yu Jose, Pages 143–146

Maria Luisa F. Torres, “SipatSalin: TransFigurations”
By Vincenz Serrano, Pages 147–149