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Submissions from 2021

Meteor garden: The search for a theory of dubbing within the Filipino context, Raquel Sison Buban

Sapagkat ang kapeng barako ay para sa mga ‘barako’ lamang? Isang feministang pagbasa(g) sa indie pelikulang Barako ni Manolito Sulit, Marian A. Caampued

500 years of Christ and equality, Michael Charleston B. Chua

500 years of valor and victory, Michael Charleston B. Chua

A building you must see before you die, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Aguinaldo's real sentiment about Revolt of the masses, Michael Charleston B. Chua

All about Enrique, who was not a Filipino, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Andres Luna, mall builder, Michael Charleston B. Chua

'Batang munti', Michael Charleston B. Chua

'Batikan': Tattooing in early Philippine history, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Can historians be objective?, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Cebu on the road to nationhood, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Cebu's significance to national history, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Cheers for Pigafetta and Felice, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Cheers for Pigafetta and Felice, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Cigarette labels as history lesson, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Cigarette labels as history lesson, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Commemoration as self-reflection, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Documents reveal a truly national revolution, Michael Charleston B. Chua

History is a science, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Humabon: Quintessenial Filipino 'pulitiko', Michael Charleston B. Chua

is Metropolitan Theater really changing its name?, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Kalayaan or kasarinlan, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Lapulapu, Mariano Ponce and public history, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Laurel: Crisis leadership and humanity, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Made in FEU, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Noynoy Aquino in history, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Our collective stories at the Museo ng Muntinlupa, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Our collective stories in the Museo ng Muntinlupa, Michael Charleston B. Chua

'Pamumunong bagani': A Filipino brand of leadership, Michael Charleston B. Chua

'Pamumunong bagani': A Filipino brand of leadership, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Panagtawo ha Homonhon (Humanity in Guiuan), Michael Charleston B. Chua

Resuming the Magsaysay Awards, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Rizal @160: The Filipino doctor as humanitarian, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Rizal or Bonifacio?, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Santo Niño lang sakalam, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Sensus fidelium, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Tattooing as expression of faith and identity, Michael Charleston B. Chua

The brave bubwit, Michael Charleston B. Chua

The Marcos half-century, Michael Charleston B. Chua

The Marcos half-century (2), Michael Charleston B. Chua

The newspaper more persecuted than 'La Solidaridad', Michael Charleston B. Chua

The quincentennial as self-reflection, Michael Charleston B. Chua

The Santo Niño in the world of the pintados, Michael Charleston B. Chua

The Santo Niño is 'returned,' 500 years after, Michael Charleston B. Chua

The worldfamous bamboo organ, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Toward a more inclusive history, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Tower of Babel, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Two kings, two manuscripts, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Unraveling the historical lies on the Philippine-American War, Michael Charleston B. Chua

US capitol insurrection happened here 20 years ago, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Why we watch America, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Young guardians of the Nazarene, Michael Charleston B. Chua

Revisionism and never again, Antonio P. Conteras

Broken promises and the culpability of blind loyalty, Antonio P> Contreras

Academic freedom and social impact of universities, Antonio P. Contreras

A crisis in truth seeking, Antonio P. Contreras

A different kind of survey, Antonio P. Contreras

A gold that trolled, Antonio P. Contreras

A government above the law, Antonio P. Contreras

An epic failure unworthy of our vote, Antonio P. Contreras

Another policy experiment, Antonio P. Contreras

A (not so) hypothetical scenario and what the political opposition needs to do, Antonio P. Contreras

An unfair comparison, Antonio P. Contreras

A public admission of guilt and cluelessness, Antonio P. Contreras

A revocation of trust, Antonio P. Contreras

A social scientist's take on vaccine efficacy, Antonio P. Contreras

A tough balancing act and an unbalanced presidency, Antonio P. Contreras

A weakened generation, Antonio P. Contreras

A wrong reading of the surveys, Antonio P. Contreras

Beyond fear-mongering, Antonio P. Contreras

Catholicism, higher education and workers' rights, Antonio P. Contreras

Communist rebellion and terrorism are not the same, Antonio P. Contreras

Confused conservatism, Antonio P. Contreras

Congressional trespassing, Antonio P. Contreras

Constitutional infirmity and infirm presidents, Antonio P. Contreras

Covid-19 forecasting, Antonio P. Contreras

Deconstructing marriage as an inviolable social institution, Antonio P. Contreras

Defending the 'hapag ng bayan': Let us not throw the baby out with the bathwater, Antonio P. Contreras

Democracy and the challenges of a pandemic, Antonio P. Contreras

Deserving to be flogged, and not just f lagged, Antonio P. Contreras

Desperate choices, Antonio P. Contreras

Dirty politics, Antonio P. Contreras

Disrespecting the voters, Antonio P. Contreras

Dubious rating system, Antonio P. Contreras

Electoral possibilities, Antonio P. Contreras

Epistemic trespassing, Antonio P. Contreras

Essential learning and leisure, Antonio P. Contreras

Fairness in history, Antonio P. Contreras

Fit to be thrown out as trash, Antonio P. Contreras

Food porn and idiocy during a pandemic, Antonio P. Contreras

From epistemic trespassing to epistemic hearings, Antonio P. Contreras

Giving Afghanistan a chance, Antonio P. Contreras

He showed up, and it was insanely worse, Antonio P. Contreras

Honoring the dead, Antonio P. Contreras

Hypocrisy and the move to cancel Toni Gonzaga, Antonio P. Contreras

Ideology 101, Antonio P. Contreras

Idolatry and gullibility, Antonio P. Contreras

Ignoring, misusing and abusing science, Antonio P. Contreras

In defense of teachers, Antonio P. Contreras