Monthly Archives: April 2018

WOMEN’S LIBERATION IN THE PHILIPPINES (circa 2007)


WOMEN’S LIBERATION IN THE PHILIPPINES: A Balikbayan’s Report (circa 2007) By E. San Juan, Jr. , Fellow, Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas, Austin …Power resides in the people. What we did was our heritage… We decided to rebel, to rise … Continue reading

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E. San Juan, CARLOS BULOSAN: Revolutionary Filipino Writer in the U.S.–paperback edition out, from Peter Lang, Inc.


Carlos Bulosan–Revolutionary Filipino Writer in the United States: A Critical Appraisal is an in‐depth, critical evaluation of Bulosan’s major works in the context of the sociopolitical changes that configured his sensibility during the Depression, the united‐front mobilization prior to World … Continue reading

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New Foreword to the reprint of E. San Juan, SUBVERSIONS OF DESIRE: Prolegomena to Nick Joaquin, University of Santos Tomas UNITAS issue, 2018.


Foreword  to the 2018 reprint of SUBVERSIONS OF DESIRE, U.S.T. Press by E San Juan, Jr.   With the 2017 launching of The Woman Who Had Two Navels and Tales of the Tropical Gothic as a Penguin Classic, Nick Joaquin’s status … Continue reading

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