Philippine Studies: Have We Gone Beyond St. Louis?

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UP Press, 2008 - 775 Seiten
These essays by Philippine and U.S.-based scholars illustrate the dynamism and complexities of the discursive field of Philippine studies as a critique of vestiges of "universalist" (Western/hegemonic) paradigms; as an affirmation of "traditional" and "emergent" cultural practices; as a site for new readings of "old" texts and "new" popular forms brought into the ambit of serious scholarship; and as a liberative space for new art and literary genres.
 

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Inhalt

The Evolution of Bayan
30
Mexican Philippine Relations in Traditional Folk Theater
55
The Pastoral Theme in Colonial Politics and Literature
68
Modes of Filipino Resistance
88
Shakespeare and
113
American Colonial Masculinity and the
134
The Case of Lina Flor
144
Philippine Bourgeois Theater
163
Changing
444
Performativity the Bakla and the Orientalizing Gaze
455
A Nation Searching for a Language Finds a Language
475
Our Body Poetic
481
The Rizal Dance Hall Murder
503
A Study of MaYi Theatre Companys
514
Invisible Stragglers
537
Flagging the Nation in Cristina Pantoja Hidalgos Recuerdo
568

Philippine Film during the Marcos Era 227 Joel David
244
The Three Centennial
265
Apparently Cubism
299
The reconstruction of social space in Conchitina Cruzs
316
New Tales for Old
335
The Use of Fantasy in the
363
Of Strongmen and the State
391
Messianic Politics in Contemporary
404
Carlo Vergaras Zsazsa Zaturnnah and the Tradition of 427 Subversion in Philippine Komiks
427
Memory and SelfRepresentation in
600
Southeast Asian Diaspora Writers in Australia
620
Another World is Possible Cultural Studies and
651
Abjection in Philippine Colonial and
665
Filipinos Are Punny
683
Costume Metaphors in Filipino American
714
Book of Abstracts 737
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