"This issue of Asian Studies is one of a series of retrospective issues featuring the best articles published in the journal over the last five decades. The papers reprinted here, written during the late 1960s and the 1970s, are some of the landmark and path-breaking works on Philippine history and society...
The collection of papers in this issue of Asian Studies set fresh standards on research methodologies and opened up new areas in the study of Philippine history and society. Unparalleled and still classic references in their fields, these papers inspired a generation of scholars. It is hoped that veteran academics can look back at these work and the historical context(s) in which they were written, perhaps with the benefit of hindsight; and that younger scholars can use these articles as a guide, if not inspiration, for their own research on Philippine history and society."
- Ricardo Jose, PhD
Philippine History and Society in Retrospect
Introduction Ricardo Trota Jose
Rapid Change among Igorot Miners (1974)
William Henry Scott
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