vol. 8, no. 1 (2012)


The Manila is the official publication of the Manila Studies Association, non-profit professional organization devoted to the study and research of all aspects of Manila studies and also to help, through the dissemination of relevant historical literature.

Publisher: Manila Studies Association

Potential Citation/s: 269

Category: History | Literature | Education & Educational Research |

ISSN 2094-5159 (Print)

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Front Matter



American Health Service Vis-á-Vis Plague Incidence in the Philippines

Eden M. Gripaldo

Discipline: Philippine History

Table Wars: Home Economics Becomes an Accidental Advocate for Philippine Culture, 1904-1922

Felice Prudente Santamaria

Discipline: Philippine History

Reforming Women’s Education in Mid-Nineteenth Century Manila

Marya Svetlana T. Camacho

Discipline: Philippine History

The University of Santo Tomas Printing Press in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century (As Reflected in the Collections of the UST Archives and the Rare Book Section of the UST Central Library)

Regalado Trota Jose

Discipline: Philippine History

A Wartime Legacy: The University of Santo Tomas and Its Continuing Mission of Education during World War II, 1941-1945

Jose Victor Z. Torres

Discipline: Philippine History

The Golden Age of Philippine Theater: An Unintended Consequence of the Japanese Occupation of Manila

Marcelino M. Macapinlac Jr.

Discipline: Philippine History

The Martyrdom at De La Salle College during the Japanese Occupation of the Philippines

Jose Victor D. Jimenez

Discipline: Philippine History

The Manila Teachers’ Movement: History, Challenges, Prospects

Noel Christian A. Moratilla

Discipline: Philippine History

The Vitas Tenement Housing Project from the Diosdado Macapagal Administration to the Present: A Case Study on the Urban Poor’s Protracted Struggle for Decent Housing in the City of Manila

Marco Stefan B. Lagman

Discipline: Philippine History

An Overview of Binondo’s History

Teresita Ang See | Richar T. Chu

Discipline: Philippine History

Hijos de Enero 9: Quiapo’s Black Nazarene Procession as a Male Rite of Passage

Jose Alain Austria

Discipline: Philippine History