Publications for the May 31, 2000 Booklaunching
Bukidnon Myths and Rituals
By Carmen Ch. Unabia
A vivid and detailed description of the belief systems as seen in the various myths and rituals that the Bukidnons practice.
Edited by Leonardo Liongson, Guillermo Tabios, and Peter Castro
Focuses on the structural, institutional, and cultural issues related to flooding and flood control in Metro Manila; includes a historical background of the perennial flooding problem.
By Elizabeth Protacio Marcelino, Ma. Teresa C. de la Cruz, Faye A.G. Balanon, Agnes Z.V. Camacho, Jay Yacat
Lists relevant materials from foreign and local sources published from 1976 to 1997.
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.
By Ma. Lourdes Rebullida
The volume presents the alternative resource recovery paradigm in environmental solid waste management for sustainable development and its implications for policy and people’s action.
Edited by Eduardo C. Tadem
Presents analyses of Indonesia’s political and economic crises; includes proceedings of forums on Indonesian and East Timor problems.
By Elizabeth Protacio Marcelino, Ma. Teresa C. dela Cruz, Agnes Zenaida V. Camacho, Faye A.G. Balanon
Using case studies, this book describes the use of torture among children in the Philippines; examines its impact; and assesses local and international efforts to protect and assist recovery of survivors.
202 pages 2000