Filipinos in China before 1500
     William Henry SCOTT

Ang Kasaysayang Panlipunan ng Pilipinas: Isang rekonstruksiyon mula sa mga diksyunario't bukabularyong tagalog 1600-1914: A reconstruction of Philippine social history from tagalog dictionaries and vocabularies, 1600-1914
     Isagani R. MEDINA

The Inquilinos of Cavite and Filipino Class Structure in the Late Nineteenth Century
     Soledad Borromeo BUHLER

Dutch Relations with the Philippines, 1600-1800 

A Comparison between the Taxation Systems in the Philippines under Spanish Rule and Indonesia under Dutch Rule during the 19th century

Caves and Bathing Places in Java as Evidence of Cultural Accommodation (pp.107-130, 131-156, 157-166, 167-175)
     Aurora Roxas LIM

The Development of the Shi'a Concept of the Imamate
     Vivienne S.M. ANGELES


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