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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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THE FILIPINO PEASANT IMAGINATION VERSUS THE U.S. “CIVILIZING MISSION”


THE FILIPINO PEASANT IMAGINATION VERSUS THE AMERICAN ‘”CIVILIZING MISSION” Thanks to the Library of Congress and other sponsors of this historic celebration of this Filipino writer’s achievement, Carlos Bulosan—let’s call him Allos, as though we were his kasamas in Binalonan, … Continue reading

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POLITIKANG SEKSUWAL SA NEOKOLONYANG PILIPINAS


PUKAWIN NG PUKPOK ANG PULOT-PUKYUTAN: POLITIKANG SEKSUWAL SA PANAHON NG TERORISMONG NEOLIBERAL — ni E. San Juan, Jr. ANG tao ba ay katumbas lamang ng kanyang katawan, o bahagi nito? Ang kasarian ba ay walang iba kundi organong seksuwal? Seks … Continue reading

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RE-VISITING CARLOS BULOSAN’S LIFE AND WORKS (during Filipino-American History Month)


EXCAVATING THE BULOSAN RUINS: WHAT IS AT STAKE IN RE-DISCOVERING THE ANTI-IMPERIALIST WRITER IN THE AGE OF U.S. GLOBAL TERRORISM? by E. SAN JUAN, Jr. Numerous Filipino-American organizations in California celebrated the signing of Assembly Bill 123 by Governor Jerry … Continue reading

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On FRANTZ FANON & C.L.R. JAMES: Beyond Transnationalism by E. San Juan, Jr.


F BEYOND TRANSNATIONALISM:  Lessons from Frantz Fanon and C.L. R. James   by E. SAN JUAN, Jr. My final prayer: O my body, make of me always a man who questions! –Fanon, Black Skin, White Masks Despite his intricately nuanced … Continue reading

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On the Language Question in the Philippines–Filipino or English?


Sneaking into the Philippines, through the Rivers of Babylon: ON THE LANGUAGE QUESTION IN THE PHILIPPINES by E. SAN JUAN, Jr. Fellow, Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas I’m Miss American Dream since I was 17 Don’t matter if I … 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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