The Asianization of Anthropology

Faith Healing in the Philippines: An historical perspective
     Zeus A. SALAZAR

Developmentalism and the "New Society": The Repressive Ideology of Underdevelopment 
     A.R. MAGNO

In the Mountain-Womb
     Michael Manuel GONZALEZ

Potensiya, Bisa, at Anting-anting (Decoding belief system encoded in folklore)
     Prospero R. COVAR

Ang Pananaw sa Buhay at Weltanschauung na Mahihiwatigan sa Sikolohiya ng Wikang Tagalog 
     Virgilio G. ENRIQUEZ and Amelia B. ALFONSO

The War of National Liberation in Kampuchea, 1954-1970
     M. Ragos ESPINAS

A Spaniard's Diary of Mangalore, 1776-1777 
     Salvador P. ESCOTO

Asian Studies: Journal of Critical Perspectives on Asia is an open-access, peer-reviewed academic journal published since 1963 by the Asian Center, University of the Philippines Diliman. Promoting original and penetrating research, it offers novel and alternative interpretations of Asian experiences, helps deepen the understanding of the region, and enlivens debates on issues affecting Asian peoples and societies. One of the pioneering journals of its kind in Asia, Asian Studies offers a critical, multidisciplinary platform where scholars, practitioners, and activists can publish research that draws on the theories and perspectives from the social sciences, humanities, or cultural studies. Published twice a year, the journal welcomes full-length research articles; commentaries and documents; reviews (films, books, novels, exhibits, plays, websites, etc.); poetry and short fiction; and travel narratives. View content and submission guidelines @ Submissions are welcome year-round. Send inquiries/manuscripts to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.