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The Empty Center and the International Style – Part 1

The following was a talk given in 2003, in Scottsdale, Arizona, for the 9th Annual National Conference of the Asian Studies Development Program, an initiative of the East-West Center, Univesity of Hawai’i, Manoa. ¬†READ PART 2. The “empty center” refers … Continue reading

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NVM Gonzalez: “As in myth…”–Part 1

The following article originally appeared in The Virginia Quarterly, Vol. 60:1 (Winter 1984): 102-118.¬† Widely considered one of the best single articles on Gonzalez and Philippine culture, it has been widely reprinted, including in a University of the Philippines commemorative … Continue reading

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