Vol 62, No 2 (2014)

Development as Komedya

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Table of Contents

Editor's Introduction

Editor's Introduction PDF
Filomeno V. Aguilar, Jr. 147–48


The Komedya of International Development in Camiguin Island: Ethnographic Stories on Program Impact and Sustainability PDF
Andrés Narros 149–74
Practicing “Enlightened Capitalism”: “Fil–Am” Heroes, NGO Activism, and the Reconstitution of Class Difference in the Philippines PDF
Faith R. Kares 175–204
Typhoon Ondoy and the Translation of Disaster Expertise in Barangay Banaba, Marikina Valley PDF
Loh Kah Seng 205–31
The “Filipino First” Policy and the Central Bank, 1958–1961: Island of State Strength and Economic Decolonization PDF
Yusuke Takagi 233–61

Research Note

“As The Days Go By: Throbs of Grateful Hearts”: Reeducation Under the Japanese of Filipino POWs at Camp Del Pilar, Dau, Pampanga, 1942 PDF
Grant K. Goodman 263–78

Book Reviews

Erik Akpedonu and Czarina Saloma Casa Boholana: Vintage Houses of Bohol PDF
Review Author: Romeo B. Galang, Jr. 279–83
Roland Sintos Coloma, Bonnie McElhinny, Ethel Tungohan, John Paul C. Catungal, and Lisa M. Davidson, eds. Filipinos in Canada: Disturbing Invisibility PDF
Review Author: Resto S. Cruz I 284–88
Kale Bantigue Fajardo Filipino Crosscurrents: Oceanographies of Seafaring, Masculinities, and Globalization PDF
Review Author: Joanne V. Manzano 289–92
Oona Paredes A Mountain of Difference: The Lumad in Early Colonial Mindanao PDF
Review Author: Mark Dizon 293–96


Rev. John N. Schumacher SJ, 1927–2014 PDF
Reynaldo C. Ileto, Vicente L. Rafael, Coeli Barry, Francis A. Gealogo, Maricor M. Baytion, and Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr. 297–308

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