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Weather and Forecasting     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 41)
Weather, Climate, and Society     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 14)
Web Ecology     Open Access   (Followers: 3)
Wetlands     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 24)
Wilderness & Environmental Medicine     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 2)
Wildlife Australia     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 1)
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews - Climate Change     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 33)
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews : Energy and Environment     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 8)
William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
World Environment     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 4)
World Journal of Environmental Engineering     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Zoology and Ecology     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 2)
Землеустрій, кадастр і моніторинг земель     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
气候与环境研究     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 1)

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  • Pig Is Money: Aremag (Funerals) among the Ibaloy of Upper Loacan (Itogon,
           Benguet)

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      Abstract: Among the Ibaloy of Upper Loacan1 (Itogon, Benguet), death is seen as a form of life. The dead no longer reproduce sexually, but their numbers increase. Above all, they act and react in response to the practices of the living. Their bodies are placed in graves near the house, not in a cemetery. From their postmortem places, the deceased protect or punish. They may take possession of a living person’s body to express themselves, as witnessed in shepo (spirit possession), which happens especially when rules are not respected or when funerals are not conducted properly. Like the living, the deceased feed on pigs and need a multitude of things in their lives after death.This article aims to contribute to the field of ... Read More
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  • The Father of Filipino Austerity: Central Bank Governor Miguel Cuaderno
           and Anti-inflationary Ideology in the 1950s

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      Abstract: The 1950s were a crucial period for the development of economies in Asia. After postwar reconstruction, many of its states began to plan not just for recovery but also for development and industrialization. Many of these states were newly independent, making the decade a crucial period for defining postcolonial economic policy.New central banks, symbols of these states’ economic independence, became important nodes of economic policy during this period. In Southeast Asia most of these banks were established in the mid-century, and they oversaw postwar and postindependence monetary policy (Hamilton-Hart 2003, 2). The bureaucratic arrangements and policies of these banks were varied, and, as Natasha Hamilton-Hart ... Read More
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  • Circulating Ideas in an Intraimperial Network: From Mercantilism to
           Liberalism through Basque Enlightenment Thought in the Philippines

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      Abstract: Although the study of the circulation of Enlightenment ideas is an expanding field, the mainstream view of Hispanic Enlightenment has totally neglected the Basque variant in the Philippines. No doubt, this omission is partly due to the fact that the Enlightenment has been often considered as a cosmopolitan and unitary movement, coupled with the strong tendency to approach it from a “national” perspective, which has been prevalent since Roy Porter and Mikulas Teich (1981) suggested to analyze the siècle des Lumières in its “national context.” Yet, fortunately, historians have pushed beyond these horizons to look at the impact of Basque Enlightenment thought in Mexico, Cuba, and Spain (Torales 2001; Astigarraga 2003 ... Read More
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  • The Pioneering Alatco Bus Company: Mobility in
           Early–Twentieth-Century Bicol

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      Abstract: Life in the Bicol Region for most residents is structured around constant movement, so efficient transportation has always been crucial even to ordinary Bicolanos. A critical period in the history of mobility in the region is the first half of the twentieth century, which saw the beginnings of motorized inland mobility. Fr. James O’Brien (1993, 14–16), who pioneered and inspired historical and cultural research in the Bicol Region, recounted the toils of travelling by land in the early twentieth century. In Camarines Sur, a group of students from Caramoan attending their high school in Naga had to go to the town of Goa and trek Mount Isarog to Calabanga, then walk or ride a cart for hours before reaching the ... Read More
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  • A Contribution to the History of the Jesuit Press in Manila through a
           Study of Graphic Art (1622–1768)

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      Abstract: The Jesuit press was one of the three active presses when the printing industry began in the Philippines during the early decades of Spanish colonial rule; the Jesuits published their first work in 1623 and operated the press until the expulsion of the order from all Spanish territories in 1768. Together with the Dominican and Franciscan press, the Jesuit press rendered evangelical and civil work for the Spanish Crown in the Philippines from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century.Analyzing the history of printing in the Philippines requires consideration of a unique set of contexts. As it was for other Spanish colonies, the press in the Philippines was established for the purpose of maintaining colonial ... Read More
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  • The Zanjeras of Ilocos: Cooperative Irrigation Societies of the
           Philippines ed. by José A. Rivera (review)

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      Abstract: Although sociedades zanjeras or irrigation associations in Ilocos have been the subject of studies in the last hundred years, their significance and value remain obscure, if not ignored, even in the Philippines. Prof. Emer. José A. Rivera, an expert in community irrigation systems from the University of New Mexico, tries to remedy this lacuna in his concise introduction to this community-driven resource management institution in northwest Luzon with pictures and appendixes of transcribed and translated Spanish and Ilocano documents. The challenges posed by global climate changes make it more compelling to learn how persistent and resilient the zanjeras are in the face of modernization and urbanization. They have ... Read More
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  • City of Screens: Imagining Audiences in Manila’s Alternative Film
           Culture ed. by Jasmine Nadua Trice (review)

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      Abstract: City of Screens: Imagining Audiences in Manila’s Alternative Film Culture by Jasmine Nadua Trice, an assistant professor of Cinema and Media Studies at the University of California at Los Angeles, is a snapshot of a particular time in Philippine cinema when alternative or independent movies became a beacon of hope for the local film industry and when articulations of developing an audience for these movies became a focal point of discourse.The early 2000s is a popular time period among Filipino film scholars because of the excitement generated by independent movies that brought a much-needed boost to the flagging film industry. These early studies of independent cinema focused on their means of production ... Read More
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  • Manila, City of Islands: A Social and Historical Inquiry into the Built
           Forms and Urban Experience of an Archipelagic Megacity by Edwin Wise
           (review)

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      Abstract: In Manila, City of Islands, urban sociologist Edwin Wise takes on the ambitious task of capturing the distinctive urbanism that characterizes Manila, a city that is as fragmented as it is layered. Wise, who earned a PhD in Sociology from La Trobe University and has lectured on Asia-Pacific cities, defines urbanism as the particular relationship between the urbs, or the built form of the city, and civitas, or the social associations in the city (4). The distinction and tension between the spatial urb and the social civitas guide the book’s analysis of Manila’s historical and contemporary urbanisms and Wise’s proposals for addressing the city’s persistent problems.Wise refers to Manila as an archipelagic city because ... Read More
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  • Index to Volume 69

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      Abstract: Aguilar, Filomeno Jr. V. and Philip Vergel Ay-ad. Escuela Náutica de Manila: Scientific education in the Spanish Philippines. 69:109–44.Aguilar, Filomeno Jr. V., Ma. Elizabeth J. Macapagal, and Christian Jil R. Benitez. Learning without reading Noli me tángere: The Rizal Law in two public high schools. 69:325–60.Anduaga, Aitor. Circulating ideas in an intraimperial network: From mercantilism to liberalism through Basque Enlightenment thought in the Philippines. 69:561–90.Arcilla, Chester Antonino C. Review of Neoliberalizing Spaces in the Philippines: Suburbanization, Transnational Migration, and Dispossession, by Arnisson Andre Ortega. 69:145–49.Ay-ad, Philip Vergel and Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr. Escuela Náutica de ... Read More
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  • Editor’s Introduction

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      Abstract: Circulation is integral to the viability of all forms of currency. What a particular society considers as money needs to be constantly exchanged among individuals for it to gain stability as a conduit for transactions involving goods and services. Hence, the value of a currency, whether it comes in the form of salt, shells, or cryptocurrency, is largely independent of the object used as money but rather is significantly influenced by the community that uses it. The theme of this issue shows this fundamental but oft-neglected link between the social and the economic. It presents a different side of the Philippine economy, evincing how ethnographic and historical perspectives offer valuable insights that allow us to ... Read More
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