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Index to Volume 61
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Index to authors

  • Aguilar, Filomeno V. Jr. Rice and magic: A cultural history from the precolonial world to the present. 61:297–330.

  • Barbaza, Remmon E. Review of Verbal Arts in Philippine Indigenous Communities: Poetics, Society, and History, by Herminia Meñez Coben. 61:251–54.

  • Barretto-Tesoro, Grace. The changing meanings of objects: Calatagan and archaeological research in the Philippines. 61:263–96.

  • Burns, Adam D. Retentionist in chief: William Howard Taft and the question of Philippine independence, 1912–1916. 61:163–92.

  • Cano, Glòria. LeRoy’s The Americans in the Philippines and the history of Spanish rule in the Philippines. 61:3–44.

  • Claudio, Lisandro E. Postcolonial fissures and the contingent nation: An antinationalist critique of Philippine historiography. 61:45–75.

  • Coello, Alexandre. Corruption, greed, and the public good in the Mariana Islands, 1700–1720. 61:193–222.

  • Dizon, Mark. Review of Hernando de los Ríos Coronel and the Spanish Philippines in the Golden Age, by John Newsome Crossley. 61:255–58.

  • Elizalde, María Dolores. The Philippines at the Cortes de Cádiz. 61:331–62.

  • Gibson, Thomas. The hero legend in colonial Southeast Asia. 61:437–76.

  • Guillermo, Ramon. Citing a Southeast Asian classic: Citation analysis of Vicente Rafael’s Contracting Colonialism. Symposium. 61:507–20.

  • Guillermo, Ramon and Maria Eliza Agabin. A German travels to the north in 1878: Golden anitos, bird-scaring machines, and the tree of justice. Translation. 61:521–52.

  • Inarejos, Juan Antonio. ‘‘Moral influence’’ in Asia: Political practice and electoral corruption in the Spanish Philippines. Translation. 61:223–49.

  • Kueh, Joshua. Adaptive strategies of Parián Chinese: Fictive kinship and credit in seventeenth-century Manila. 61:362–84.

  • Macdonald, Charles J-H. The Filipino as libertarian: Contemporary implications of anarchism. 61:413–36.

  • Mendoza, Meynardo P. Binding the islands: Air transport and state capacity building in the Philippines, 1946 to 1961. 61:77–104.

  • Mojares, Resil B. The spaces of Southeast Asian scholarship. Professorial Address. 61:105–24.

  • Rafael, Vicente L. Contracting Colonialism and the long 1970s. Symposium. 61:477–94.

  • Totanes, Vernon R. Contracting Colonialism: From thesis to book to ebook. Symposium. 61:495–506.

  • Weston, Nathaniel P. The Philippine Revolution in the Proceedings of the Berlin Society for Anthropology, Ethnology, and Prehistory from 1897 to 1900: Five translations. Research Note. 61:385–410.

  • Woods, Shelton. Gray love: The career of Gov. John Early in the Cordilleras. 61:129–62.

Index to articles

  • Adaptive strategies of Parián Chinese: Fictive kinship and credit in seventeenth-century Manila. Joshua Kueh. 61:362–84.

  • Binding the islands: Air transport and state capacity building in the Philippines, 1946 to 1961. Meynardo P. Mendoza. 61:77–104.

  • The changing meanings of objects: Calatagan and archaeological research in the Philippines. Grace Barretto-Tesoro. 61:263–96.

  • Corruption, greed, and the public good in the Mariana Islands, 1700–1720. Alexandre Coello. 61:193–222.

  • The Filipino as libertarian: Contemporary implications of anarchism. Charles J-H Macdonald. 61:413–36.

  • Gray love: The career of Gov. John Early in the Cordilleras. Shelton Woods. 61:129–62.

  • The hero legend in colonial Southeast Asia. Thomas Gibson. 61:437–76.

  • LeRoy’s The Americans in the Philippines and the history of Spanish rule in the Philippines. Glòria Cano. 61:3–44.

  • The Philippines at the Cortes de Cádiz. María Dolores Elizalde. 61:331–62.

  • Postcolonial fissures and the contingent nation: An antinationalist critique of Philippine historiography. Lisandro E. Claudio. 61:45–75.

  • Retentionist in chief: William Howard Taft and the question of Philippine independence, 1912–1916. Adam D. Burns. 61:163–92.

  • Rice and magic: A cultural history from the precolonial world to the present. Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr. 61:297–330.

Index to other titles

  • Citing a Southeast Asian classic: Citation analysis of Vicente Rafael’s Contracting Colonialism. Symposium. Ramon Guillermo. 61:507–20.

  • Contracting Colonialism and the long 1970s. Symposium. Vicente L. Rafael. 61:477–94.

  • Contracting Colonialism: From thesis to book to ebook. Symposium. Vernon R. Totanes. 61:495–506.

  • A German travels to the north in 1878: Golden anitos, bird-scaring machines, and the tree of justice. Translation. Ramon Guillermo and Maria Eliza Agabin. 61:521–52.

  • “Moral influence” in...



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