Index to authors
Abinales, Patricio N. Let them eat rats! The politics of rodent infestation in the postwar Philippines. 60:69–101.
Aguilar, Filomeno V. Jr. Benito Lim, Philippine citizenship through mass naturalization, a dictator’s largesse? Interview. 60:391–415.
———. Review of Chinese and Chinese Mestizos of Manila: Family, Identity, and Culture, 1860s–1930s, by Richard T. Chu. 60:134–38.
Ara, Satoshi. Collaboration and resistance: Catalino Hermosilla and the Japanese occupation of Ormoc, Leyte (1942–1945). 60:33–68.
Arcilla, José S. SJ. Review of Filipinas, un país entre dos imperios, ed. María Dolores Elizalde and Josep M. Delgado. 60:555–58.
Bagasao, Ildefonso. Review of Maalwang Buhay: Family, Overseas Migration, and Cultures of Relatedness in Barangay Paraiso, by Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr., with John Estanley Z. Peñalosa, Tania Belen T. Liwanag, Resto S. Cruz I, Jimmy M. Melendrez. 60:131–34.
Bao Maohong. Deforestation in the Philippines, 1946–1995. Research Note. 60:117–30.
———. On studies of the history of the Philippines in China. Commentary. 60:102–16.
Bulaong, Oscar G. Jr. Review of Translation and Revolution: A Study of Jose Rizal’s Guillermo Tell, by Ramon Guillermo. 60:301–4.
Cano, Glòria. Review of El costo del imperio asiático: La formación colonial de las islas Filipinas bajo dominio español, 1565–1800, by Luís Alonso Álvarez. 60:291–96.
Caronan, Faye C. Memories of US imperialism: Narratives of the homeland in Filipino and Puerto Rican homes in the United States. 60:337–66.
Cruz, Resto S. I. Figures of migration: Gender, kinship, and the politics of representation. 60:513–54.
Galam, Roderick G. Communication and Filipino seamen’s wives: Imagined communion and the intimacy of absence. 60:223–60.
Guillermo, Ramon. Moral forces, philosophy of history, and war in José Rizal. 60:5–32.
Habana, Olivia Anne M. Review of Orientalists, Propagandists, and Ilustrados: Filipino Scholarship and the End of Spanish Colonialism, by Megan C. Thomas. 60:419–22.
Jugo, Celeste Aida Abad. Review of Stories from Another Time, by Benjamin Bautista. 60:416–19. [End Page 567]
Kelly, Philip F. Migration, transnationalism, and the spaces of class identity. 60:153–86.
Lopez, Mario Ivan. Progressive entanglements: Religious intimacy in Japanese–Filipino marriages. 60:261–90.
Maceda, Teresita Gimenez. Review of Amazons of the Huk Rebellion: Gender, Sex, and Revolution in the Philippines, by Vina A. Lanzona. 60:559–62.
Okada, Taihei. Underside of independence politics: Filipino reactions to anti-Filipino riots in the United States. 60:307–35.
Pante, Michael D. The Cocheros of American-occupied Manila: Representations and persistence. 60:429–62.
Raymundo, Sarah. Review of Bilanggo: Life as a Political Prisoner in the Philippines 1952–1962, by William Pomeroy. 60:139–43.
Sarmiento, Ramon Felipe A. The Dolor’s Traslacion: Ritual as conflict and compromise. 60:463–88.
Seki, Koki. Difference and alliance in transnational social fields: The pendular identity of the Filipino middle class. 60:187–222.
Serrano, Vincenz. Review of SipatSalin: TransFigurations, by Maria Luisa F. Torres. 60:147–49.
Suh, Jungho. The past and future of community-based forest management in the Philippines. 60:489–511.
Tan, Jean P. Review of Faith on the Move: Toward a Theology of Migration in Asia, ed. Fabio Baggio and Agnes M. Brazal. 60:296–301.
Veneracion-Rallonza, Ma. Lourdes. Review of Women’s Movements and the Filipina: 1986–2008, by Mina Roces. 60:563–66.
Yu Jose, Lydia N. Review of Child of War: A Memoir of World War II Internment in the Philippines, by Curtis Whitefield Tong. 60:143–46.
Zulueta, Johanna O. Living as migrants in a place that was once home: The Nisei, the US Bases, and Okinawan society. 60:367–90.
Index to articles
The Cocheros of American-occupied Manila: Representations and persistence. Michael D. Pante. 60:429–62.
Collaboration and resistance: Catalino Hermosilla and the Japanese occupation of Ormoc, Leyte (1942–1945). Satoshi Ara. 60:33–68.
Communication and Filipino seamen’s wives: Imagined communion and the intimacy of absence. Roderick G. Galam. 60:223–60.
Difference and alliance in transnational social fields: The pendular identity of the Filipino middle class. Koki Seki. 60:187–222.