Resources for the study of Philippine history
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- Re-reading Philippine History
- By Sharon Delmendo, from H-AMSTDY list, 27 October
1995. There are some terrific articles in the new
volume Discrepant Histories, edited by
Vincente Rafael and published simultaneously in the US by
Temple UP and in the Philippines by Anvil Publishers.
- Political map of the Philippines
- Maegellan Geographx, 1997. A simple political map of the
Republic of the Philippines.
- Center for Philippine Studies, University
of Hawai'i at Manoa
- SEASIA-L list, 26 June 2001. In 1975, the Hawai'i
State Legislature established the first and only Center
for Philippine Studies in the United States at the
University of Hawai'i at Manoa.
- IBON Jacket on Wages, Labor and
- IBON, 24 August 2001. The IBON Jacket on Wages, Labor
and Workers is a compilation of all available reading
materials on labor popularized in the issues of IBON Facts
and Figures, English and Filipino, IBON Special Releases,
Inst. of Political Economy journals and primers, and
Perspectives. Appended list of available labor-related