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    Looking Back 12Textbook history didnt teach me much about World War II, the Japanese were portrayed as evil, but not as bad as the Spanish who shot Rizal. From this viewpoint the U.S. liberated us twice: first from the Spanish in 1898, then the Japanese in 1945. Extended stays in Japan made me rethink many things personal and historical that resulted in...
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    A short Tagalog poem written by a young lady from San Roque, Cavite in 1898 described first-hand the war waged by Emilio Aguinaldo against the Spaniards. She said the gunfire during battle resembled the terrible rumble of thunder, yet through all the noise she could distinguish the sound made by particular guns.
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    Hindsight is the lowest form of intelligence–except for historians. In this handy collection of Ambeth Ocampo's "Looking Back" column pieces, the popular historian digs deep and looks back carefully at events, places and important people who make up the country's history.
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    Responding to the need for contextualized inquiry, Researching Philippine Realities is a practical manual that accompanies students and scholars in writing qualitative, quantitative, or humanities research.The book guides the reader from the broad basics of forming a question and argument to the specific concepts of writing a literature review and a...
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    Ang Sanghiyang ay isang ritwal-sayaw na kilala bilang sayaw sa apoy, kung saan nagkakaroon ng altered state of consciuoness o paghihiwalay ng isipan at katawan. sa aklat na ito, dadalhin ang konseptong sanghiyang sa diskurso ng internet gamit ang agham panlipunan at humanidades. Penomenon at diskurso ang dalawang sangay na magkaiba ngunit magkaulayaw na...
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    From Grain to Nature is an attempt to narrate an "alternative version" of the origin of Philippine environmental discourse via the social biography of its most important cultural crop-rice. By tracing the discursive events that led to the genetic evolution of this crop, Dennis Erasca weaves a story of rice using a triptych of images-rice as a political...
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    Good governance leads to orderly and progressive communities. But what should it look like in our times? Both ordinary citizen and public official have responsibilities to fulfill and rewards they can experience together as a city. Let Urbanidad: Responsible Living, Rewarding Life tell you what the Bible says about it, how it was done, and how you, too,...
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    Here in this book are fascinating and wonderful secret destinations for any serious traveler who wants to discover Bohol. Its writers offer fresh and unaccustomed ways of knowing the place, from viewers' decks that neither just give horizon or expanse, nor height or depth. Instead you are let in into hearts of families, into sanctuaries, into their...
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    Ikaw ba ay nalulungkot at walang makausap? Walang makalandian sa text at Facebook? O mas malala—walang makainuman?Puwes, Espiritu ang aklat para sa 'yo—isang masaya at magaang cocktail mix ng maiiksing pagbabalik-tanaw at pira-pirasong meditasyon sa pilosopiya at kasaysayan ng alak at kalasingan, kasama ang ilang practical tips para sa matiwasay na...
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    History is more complex than our textbooks make it out to be. History is not about memorizing ‘facts' or reacting emotionally, but being critical of facts and various narratives.In Two Lunas, Two Mabinis, popular Philippine historian, teacher, and columnist Ambeth R. Ocampo recalls his conversation with Teodoro Agoncillo and his take on the two faces of...
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    1898 reminds us that it is one thing to gain independence and quite another to know what to do with that independence.
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    A history of food is fascinating not so much because of the scents, colors, and flavors of food but the way in which food shapes people and how people shape the food they eat . . . A history of ice cream in the Philippine is not just a catalog of taste but an alternative way of looking at how Filipinos have changed to become the nation we want to be....

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