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Philippine History and Society: Spanish Colonial Period

Written by UP - Asian Center.

These researches discuss the socio-political and historical developments in the Philippines under Spanish colonialism. Some of the papers look into the Filipino uprisings against the Spaniards; development of the Philippine society; and Philippine relations with other countries during the Spanish rule.

Philippine historical documents in the National Archives of Mexico 
(1966) - ASJ 4:1

Philippine masonry to 1890 
John N. Schumacher
 (1966) - ASJ 4:2

Guardia de Honor: Revitalization within the Revolution 
David Sturtevant (1966) - ASJ 4:2

Dutch relations with the Philippines:a survey of sources in the General State Archives, The Hague, Netherlands 
M.P.H. Roessingh (1967) - ASJ 5:2

A proto-political peasant movement in Spanish Philippines: The Cofradia de San jose and the Tayabas Rebellion of 1841 
David Sweet (1970) - ASJ 8(1)

General Artemio Ricarte y Garcia: a Filipino Nationalist 
Maria Pilar S. Luna
 (1971) - ASJ 9:2

The Cursillo Movement: Its impact on Philippine society 
Purificacion G. Bautista (1972) - ASJ 10:2

The Encomienda in early Philippine colonial history 
Eric Anderson (1976) - ASJ 14:2

The Spanish-defined separatismo in Taal, 1895-96 
Manuelito Recto (1976) - ASJ 14:2

The de Manila a Dagupan 
Michael Gonzalez (1979) - ASJ 17

A comparison between the taxation systems in the Philippines under Spanish rule and Indonesia under Dutch rule during the 19th century 
Willem Wolters (1983) - ASJ 21

Dutch relations with the Philippines, 1600-1800 
M. Roessingh (1983) - ASJ 21

The Inquilinos of Cavite and class structure in the late 19th century 
Soledad Buhler (1983) - ASJ 21

Nationalism in the 19th century Manila 
Romeo Cruz (1990) -ASJ 28


Apolinario Mabini and the establishment of the national church 
Aurora Roxas-Lim (1999) - ASJ 35

The trade mission to Siam in 1718 in the context of Filipinas-Siam relations and Southeast Asian history 
Ferdinand Llanes (1999) - ASJ 35


Maria Clara and the market: Women and change in 19th century Philippines 
Norman Owen (2000) - ASJ 36:1

From Cádiz to La Liga: The Spanish Context of Rizal's Political Thought
George ASENIERO (2013) ASJ 49:1

The Emergence of Asian Intellectuals
Resil MOJARES (2013) ASJ 49:2


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