vol. 62, no. 1 (2016)
The Journal of History


Description

The Journal of History is the official publication of the Philippine National Historical Society (first named Philippine Historical Society), an organization of historians and practitioners of history, organized in February 1941. It is a nationally refereed journal that publishes selected papers from the National Conferences on National and Local History of the Philippine National Historical Society which have been recommended by an Editorial Advisory Board. The Journal publishes articles on local/regional and national history presented by young and upcoming scholars as well as recognized historians and other specialists on Philippine culture and society. It promotes studies of local history in the context of national history and encourages multidisciplinary study in related social science disciplines. All the articles in the following journal issues of The Journal of History are for open access:

Publisher: Philippine National Historical Society


Category: History |

ISSN 0117-2840 (Print)

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Articles


Casa Real de Iloilo: The Tale of a Heritage Provincial Capitol

Demy P. Sonza

The Life and Works of Pedro Casanave

Nereo C. Lujan

One Island, One Region: A History of Dominance and Union in Negros Island

Earl Jude Paul L. Cleope

Perspectives on Visayan Women from Francisco Ignacio Alcina’s Historia de las Islas e Indios de Bisayas

Marya Svetlana T. Camacho

Doctrina Christiana: National Treasure, World Treasure

John N. Crossley

Transcribing the UST Baybayin Documents: Shedding Light on Early 17th-Century Philippine Writing

Regalado Trota Jose

Romancing the Monreal Stones: Transcriptions, Decipherments, Translations, and Some Notes

Rolando O. Borrinaga

Using Franciscan Missionaries’ Writings in Writing Local History

Grace Liza Y. Concepcion

From Lands Far Away: Manila’s Migrants from the Visayas, Mindanao and Other Islands during the 1880s-1890s

Marco Stefan B. Lagman

Towards an Open-ended Understanding of Nationhood: The Discordant Imaginings of Rizal, Bonifacio, and (Isabelo) de los Reyes

Clement C. Camposano

Jewish Refugee Rescue in the Philippines, 1937-1941

Bonnie M. Harris

Exploring Interethnic Relations in a Time of War: The Case of Baguio

Maria Nela B. Florendo

The Strategies and Operations of the Guerrillas in Laguna during the Second World War

Marcelino M. Macapinlac Jr.

Tsutomu Sawamura and his Contributions to the Philippine Wartime ‘National Cinema’

Nick Deocampo

‘With a Spirit Apostolically Bold’: Mindanao’s First Christian Century

Greg Hontiveros

The Jawi Texts as Indigenous Written Heritage of Muslim Filipinos

Calbi A. Asain

Ba’i a labi: Noblesse Oblige of Female Royal Title Holders in Meranao Society

Labi Hadji Sarip Riwarung

First Stages and Subtleties of the GPH-MILF Peace Negotiations

Tirmizy E. Abdullah


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