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Mga Eksilo, Inang Bayan at Panlipunang Pagbabago
Edited by Maruja M.B. Asis
Co-published with the Scalabrini Migration Center


Articles focus on exiles and exile communities, and explore how the exile experience has contributed to the process of social change in the homeland.

300 pages  1999

 Managing Technology for Global Competitiveness:
The Philippine Experience

Edited by Epictetus E. Patalinghug, Jose P. Tabbada, and Elvira A. Zamora

Articles discuss the level of the country’s technological development in a globalizing economy and challenges to industries’ competitiveness.

 Housing the Urban Poor: Policies, Approaches, Issues 
By Ma. Lourdes Rebullida, Dolores Endriga, Geraldine Santos
Co-published with the Urban Research Consortium

This is the third in a series of modules that tackle and present the problem of housing for the urban poor.

65 pages  1999

 European Studies: Essays by Filipino Scholars 
By Vyva Victoria Aguirre

Contains articles on Asia’s economic relations with Europe, analyses of EU treaties that have impact on the Philippines, European influences on local culture, among others.

 Jesuit Missionary Letters from Mindanao, Vol. 3
Edited, translated, and annotated by Jose S. Arcilla, S.J.

In the 1500s, Jesuit missionaries were enjoined to write about their missions

“…how long are the days of summer or winter, if shadows fall on the left or on the right… if there are other seemingly curious things, like unknown plants and animals, of what size, etc. This…can come either in the letters or separately. “

Letter of St. Ignatius Loyola to Fr. Gaspar Barceo,
Rome, 24 February 1554.