Paper examining American representations of the "nature" and "character" of Filipinos during the Philippines-American War [1899-1902]
To whom it may concern:
I am looking for a panel to join for the OAH's sponsored symposium at the 2011 AHA conference in Boston(January 2010). My paper examines American representations of the "nature" and "character" of Filipinos during the Philippines-American War [1899-1902], paying special attention to the methods and language employed within published sources. I argue that these discourses were fluid, dynamic,and that their specific contours and content were both challenged and partially shaped by Filipinos' own actions.
If anyone is forming a panel that could use a paper on this topic, or if your work touches on similar themes, please feel free to contact me--I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.
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