- Index to Volume 66
Index to authors
Aguilar, Filomeno V. Jr. Review of Being Catholic in the Contemporary Philippines: Young People Reinterpreting Religion, by Jayeel Serrano Cornelio. 66:249–53.
Aguirre, Arjan P. Review of The Duterte Reader: Critical Essays on Rodrigo Duterte’s Early Presidency, by Nicole Curato, ed. 66:542–45.
Alvarez, Kerby C. Review of Cyclones & Earthquakes: The Jesuits, Prediction, Trade, & Spanish Dominion in Cuba & the Philippines, 1850–1898, by Aitor Anduaga. 66:95–99.
Bautista, Victor Felipe. The pervert’s guide to historical revisionism: Traversing the Marcos fantasy. 66:273–300.
Bertulfo, Donald Jay, Ronald U. Mendoza, and Jerome Patrick Cruz. From megaproject to white elephant: Lessons from the Philippines’s Bataan Nuclear Power Plant. 66:335–74.
Brillon, Cherish Aileen A. Review of The End of National Cinema: Filipino Film at the Turn of the Century, by Patrick F. Campos. 66:99–103.
Camacho, Marya Svetlana T. Review of Weaving Cultures: The Invention of Colonial Art and Culture in the Philippines, 1565–1850, by René B. Javellana. 66:126–29.
Camposano, Clement C. Facebook and the intricacies of migrant self-making among Ilonggo OFWs in South Korea. 66:19–47.
Concepcion, Mary Grace R. Writing the self and exigencies of survival: Autobiography as catharsis and commemoration. 66:301–34.
Crailsheim, Eberhard. Review of Forced Migration in the Spanish Pacific World: From Mexico to the Philippines, 1765–1811, by Eva Maria Mehl. 66:261–65.
Cruz, Jerome Patrick, Ronald U. Mendoza, and Donald Jay Bertulfo. From megaproject to white elephant: Lessons from the Philippines’s Bataan Nuclear Power Plant. 66:335–74.
Cuenca, Mary Donna Grace. Review of Gendering the Trans-Pacific World: Diaspora, Empire and Race, by Catherine Ceniza Choy and Judy Tzu-Chun Wu, eds. 66:245–49.
Curaming, Rommel A. Review of Passionate Revolutions: The Media and the Rise and Fall of the Marcos Regime, by Talitha Espiritu. 66:115–19.
Donoso, Isaac. Aljamiado hispanofilipino: The Spanish language in Philippine Jawi script. 66:49–76.
Espia, Juhn Chris P. Review of The Neo Abu Sayyaf: Criminality in the Sulu Archipelago of the Republic of the Philippines, by Bob East. 66:111–15.
Gatmaytan, Augusto B. Living with the promise of violence: The state and indigenous people in a militarized frontier. 66:219–44.
Labiste, Ma. Diosa. Review of Taking the Square: Mediated Dissent and Occupation of Public Space, by Maria Rovisco and Jonathan Corpus Ong, eds. 66:265–69. [End Page 547]
Lasco, Gideon. “Little brown brothers”: Height and the Philippine–American colonial encounter (1898–1946). 66:375–406.
Llobet, Ruth de. Review of History of San Pablo: Reviewed, Rewritten, and Retold, by Francis Gealogo, ed. 66:254–57.
Lucas, Renato B. Review of Interrogations in Philippine Cultural History: The Ateneo de Manila Lectures, by Resil B. Mojares. 66:130–33.
Madrona, Severo C. Jr. Review of The Diplomat-Scholar: A Biography of Leon Ma. Guerrero, by Erwin S. Fernandez. 66:119–22.
Martin, Jocelyn. Martial law as Philippine trauma: Group culture, the sacred, and impunity in three memoirs. 66:453–80.
Mendoza, Ronald U., Donald Jay Bertulfo, and Jerome Patrick Cruz. From megaproject to white elephant: Lessons from the Philippines’s Bataan Nuclear Power Plant. 66:335–74.
Navera, Gene Segarra. Metaphorizing martial law: Constitutional authoritarianism in Marcos’s rhetoric (1972–1985). 66:417–52.
Neri, Enrico I. and Ann M. Pobutsky. Research Note. Patterns of Filipino migration to Guam: United States military colonialism and its aftermath. 66:77–94.
Nery, Leo Angelo. “Feminine invasion”: Women and Philippine pharmacy in the early twentieth century. 66:137–72.
Ordoñez, Matthew. Review of Debate on Federal Philippines: A Citizen’s Handbook, by Eduardo Araral, Jr., Paul D. Hutchcroft, Gilberto M. Llanto, Jonathan E. Malaya, Ronald U. Mendoza, and Julio C. Teehankee. 66:534–37.
Osteria, Tristan Miguel. Review of In the Shadows of the American Century: The Rise and Decline of U.S. Global Power, by Alfred W. McCoy. 66:257–61.
Perez, Micah Jeiel R. Review of Playing with the Big Boys: Basketball, American Imperialism, and Subaltern Discourse in the Philippines, by Lou Antolihao. 66:529–33.
Pobutsky, Ann M. and Enrico I. Neri. Research Note. Patterns of Filipino migration to Guam...