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Vol 63, No 1 (2015)

Sumpong and Spirits

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Table of Contents

Editor's Introduction

Editor's Introduction PDF
Filomeno V. Aguilar, Jr. 1–2


Sumpong Spirit Beliefs, Murder, and Religious Change among Eighteenth-Century Aeta and Ilongot in Eastern Central Luzon PDF
Mark Dizon 3–38
Medicalizing Gutom Hunger, Diet, and Beriberi during the American Period PDF
Theresa Ventura 39–69
Japanese Solidarity Discourse on the Philippines during the Second World War PDF
Takamichi Serizawa 71–100
Visible Japanese and Invisible Filipino Narratives of the Development of Davao, 1900s to 1930s PDF
Lydia N. Yu Jose and Patricia Irene Dacudao 101–29

Research Note

Can Communists Laugh? Recalling Vanishing Leftist Ditties of the Marcos Era PDF
Patricio N. Abinales 131–52


Lydia N. Yu Jose, 1944–2014 PDF
Ricardo T. Jose 153–56