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- DescriptionThe volume examines the critical interfaces between the personal and political that frame the utopian visions of Bai Ren's fictional autobiography about the education of Filipi-Chinese sojourners; Robert Francis Garcia's firsthand account of the communist purges; Cesar Lacara's memoirs of a veteran revolutionary; Zelda Soria's feminist narratives; Peter Bacho's velistic dissection of Filipi-American identity crisis; and Rey Ventura's ethgraphy of illegal migrant workers in Japan. They illuminate the ongoing transformation and redefinition of the Philippine nation-state while highlighting the ways in which the individual and collective experiences, struggles, dreams, and aspirations of Filipis serve to rethink and reinvent tions of belonging, sacrifice, learning, labor, and love that underpin the theory and practice of nation-making.
- Author(s)Caroline S. Hau
- PublisherAteneo de Manila University Press
- Date of Publication01/05/2005
- SubjectSocial Studies: General
- Place of PublicationMetro Manila
- Country of PublicationPhilippines
- ImprintAteneo de Manila University Press
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