Filipino studies: Palimpsests of nation and diaspora

Martin F. Manalansan (Editor), Augusto F. Espiritu (Editor)

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Abstract

After years of occupying a vexed position in the American academy, Philippine studies has come into its own, emerging as a trenchant and dynamic space of inquiry. Filipino Studies is a field-defining collection of vibrant voices, critical perspectives, and provocative ideas about the cultural, political, and economic state of the Philippines and its diaspora. Traversing issues of colonialism, neoliberalism, globalization, and nationalism, this volume examines not only the past and present position of the Philippines and its people, but also advances new frameworks for re-conceptualizing this growing field. Written by a prestigious lineup of international scholars grappling with the legacies of colonialism and imperial power, the essays examine both the genealogy of the Philippines' hyphenated identity as well as the future trajectory of the field. Hailing from multiple disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, the contributors revisit and contest traditional renditions of Philippine colonial histories, from racial formations and the Japanese occupation to the Cold War and "independence" from the United States. Whether addressing the contested memories of World War II, the "voyage" of Filipino men and women into the U.S. metropole, or migrant labor and the notion of home, the assembled essays tease out the links between the past and present, with a hopeful longing for various futures. Filipino Studies makes bold declarations about the productive frameworks that open up new archives and innovative landscapes of knowledge for Filipino and Filipino American Studies.

Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherNew York University Press
Number of pages419
ISBN (Electronic)9781479829415
ISBN (Print)9781479829057
StatePublished - Jan 1 2016

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Philippines
colonial age
present
genealogy
neoliberalism
World War II
cold war
academy
nationalism
migrant
social science
Palimpsest
Diaspora
globalization
labor
history
economics
Colonialism

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Manalansan, M. F., & Espiritu, A. F. (Eds.) (2016). Filipino studies: Palimpsests of nation and diaspora. New York University Press.

Filipino studies : Palimpsests of nation and diaspora. / Manalansan, Martin F. (Editor); Espiritu, Augusto F. (Editor).

New York University Press, 2016. 419 p.

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Manalansan, MF & Espiritu, AF (eds) 2016, Filipino studies: Palimpsests of nation and diaspora. New York University Press.
Manalansan MF, (ed.), Espiritu AF, (ed.). Filipino studies: Palimpsests of nation and diaspora. New York University Press, 2016. 419 p.
Manalansan, Martin F. (Editor) ; Espiritu, Augusto F. (Editor). / Filipino studies : Palimpsests of nation and diaspora. New York University Press, 2016. 419 p.
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