"The ‘unfinished revolution’ of 1943? Rethinking Japanese occupation and postwar nation-building in the Philippines "
Professor Reynaldo C. Ileto
(Professor, National University of Singapore)
Sophia University COE Program:
Towards Area-Based Global Studies (AGLOS)
AGLOS Talk series Friday 6 December 2002 from 5pm
Ichigaya Campus, Main Building, Room 402
Professor Ileto received his Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1975. Among his research interests include: the Philippine revolution and American war; southern Tagalog local history; history and nation-building; Tagalog "awit" literature; history of religion and anticolonial movements in Southeast Asia; and Southeast Asian historiography.
He has published many books and articles including, Filipinos and Their Revolution: Event, Discourse, and Historiography (Ateneo de Manila University Press and University of Hawaii Press, 1999), which won first prize in the 1999 Philippine National Book Awards competition; and Pasyon and Revolution; Popular Movements in the Philippines, 1840-1910 (Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1979, 5th printing, 1998), which won the Benda Prize in Southeast Asian Studies
in 1984 as well as the Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Prize in 1985.
Ileto is presently Professor of Southeast Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore, as well as Adjunct Professor of Asian Studies at the Australian National University.
The lecture will be given in English, and open to the public. Advanced registration via email would be helpful, but not strictly necessary.
The Ichigaya Campus (NOT Yotsuya) is located at 4 Yonbancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0081, opposite the Annex (bekkan) of Nihon TV. Nearest stations are Ichigaya and Kojimachi.
Institute of Asian Cultures
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