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INTERVIEW: E. SAN JUAN, Jr. on the advent of the Duterte presidency


Scholar: ‘Feudal-authoritarian’ mindset led to Duterte win By: Marvin Bionat @inquirerdotnet INQUIRER.net U.S. Bureau 12:34 AM May 17th, 2016 PORTSMOUTH, New Hampshire –E. San Juan, Jr., a prolific Filipino intellectual, has written close to 60 books on various topics, including … Continue reading

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EXCAVATING THE BULOSAN RUINS (reposted from KRITIKA KULTURA 23 (2014)


EXCAVATING THE BULOSAN RUINS: WHAT IS AT STAKE IN RE-DISCOVERING THE ANTI-IMPERIALIST WRITER IN THE AGE OF U.S. GLOBAL TERRORISM? E. San Juan, Jr., Professorial Lecturer, Polytechnic University of the Philippines     Abstract Based on research in the unpublished … Continue reading

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C.L. R. JAMES: BEYOND POST-COLONIAL THEORY


Beyond Postcolonial Theory: The Mass Line in C. L. R. James’s Works   BY E. SAN JUAN, Jr. One of the many facets of the career of Mzee C. L. R. James is precisely the awareness that African freedom will … Continue reading

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SPOORS OF IMPERIALISM AND COLONIALISM IN THE PHILIPPINES: An Outline History


SPOORS OF IMPERIALISM & NEOCOLONIALISM IN THE PHILIPPINES: Sketch of a Synoptic Reconaissance   by E. San Juan, Jr. Philippines Cultural Studies Center The history of the Philippines as a colony and neocolony can be divided into three parts. The … Continue reading

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VIOLENCE, NATIONALISM, THE POSTCOLONIAL STATE: Essay by E. San Juan Jr.


NATIONALISM, THE POSTCOLONIAL STATE, AND VIOLENCE by E. SAN JUAN, Jr. Fellow, Center for the Humanities, Wesleyan University It has become axiomatic for postmodernist thinkers to condemn the nation and its corollary terms, “nationalism” and “nation-state,” as the classic evils … Continue reading

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SISA’S VENGEANCE by E. San Juan, Jr reviewed by Prof Paulino Lim


RIZAL AS A WAGNERIAN OPERA A Review of E. San Juan, Sisa’s Vengeance: A Radical Interpretation of Jose Rizal  (ConnecticutL Philippine Cultural Center, Connecticut, 2014). by Paulino Lim, Emeritus Professor, California State University, Long Beach, CA Decentering in Psychology is … Continue reading

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SISA’S VENGEANCE by E. San Juan Jr., reviewed by Francis Macansantos


RIZAL THE FEMINIST A Book Review of Sisa’s Vengeance by Francis C. Macansantos E, San Juan, Jr. was one illustrious young poet of the sixties, showing mastery of the medium in both Filipino and English. He has since reinvented himself … Continue reading

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