Asian Studies 34 (1998) - Centennial Issue

The Philippine Revolution (1896-1901) within the context of Asian history: A comparative study of anti-colonial movements in Asia, 1857-1918 
Oscar L. Evangelista

Text and politics: Transactions of power in the early provincial Philippines 
Danilo M. Gerona

The politicization of the Philippine Catholic Church 
Edgardo Dagdag

The ideas of Gregorio Sancianco: A blueprint for economic development in the 19th century Philippines
Aurora Roxas-Lim

How CPR could have averted the Vietnam War 
Armando S. Malay, Jr.

Deceptive nationalism and the 1998 Philippine Centennial Commemoration: A Philippine Muslim's view 
Abraham P. Sakili

Bhinneka Tinggal Eka: The development of a national language in the Philippines 
Juan R. Francisco

El cuerpo, razon at kapangyarihan / The body, reason and power:
Filipino elite cosmologies of state under the American Colonial Rule, 1890s-1920s
 

Julian Go III

Bayani at Pagpapakabayani
Prospero Covar


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