Master of Arts in History
(Ethnohistory and Local History)

About the Program

The MA History program seeks to advance the History discipline in the College of Social Sciences through graduate-level instruction and curriculum innovation. The MA History program equips the students with theoretical and methodological foundations in the discipline of history and provides them with relevant exposure and training on ethnohistory and local history. Barber and Berdan (1998) define ethnohistory as “an interdisciplinary field that studies past human behavior and is characterized by a primary reliance on documents, the use of input from other sources when available, a methodology that incorporates historiography and cultural relativism, and a focus on cultural interaction.” The crux of ethnohistory as a field of study is change in a culture – its nature and causes. On the other hand Local History is a field of study with focus on a defined spatial unit, e.g., region, province, town, or locality.

Drawing from the niches of UP Baguio in ethnic and indigenous studies, the MA History integrates into the program the institution’s research strengths and expertise, and harmonizes interdisciplinary collaborations, by offering a set of courses that emphasize collaboration with other social science disciplines and auxiliary sciences.

The institution of the MA History program is in line with the vision of the University to develop itself as a graduate university, a research university, and a public service university. The need to institute such a program is also due to the pursuit of UP Baguio’s vision and the College of Social Science’s commitment to engaged scholarship, teaching, research and extension; and to sustain the delivery of innovative and relevant programs. In addition, instituting this program (Ethnohistory and Local History) is of particular importance especially to Northern Luzon and the Cordillera region, which lack a specifically disciplinal graduate degree offering in History.

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OBJECTIVES AND LEARNING OUTCOMES:

The MA History program is expected to produce graduates with the following competencies:

(1) Knowledge of the various forms of historical and historiographical inquiry and practice with a mastery of primary sources;

(2) Critical and creative thinking on the complexity of and multidisciplinarity in history;

(3) Ability to generate and communicate historical researches and related outputs;

(4) Integration of history to its applied and public functions; and,

(5) Appreciation of the various layers of human experience, from ethnic, local, and national histories, to their regional and global scales.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, a graduate must be able to:

  1. examine the various forms of historical and historiographical inquiry and practice;
  2. apply critical and creative thinking on the complexity of and multidisciplinarity in history;
  3. produce ethnohistorical and local history researches and related outputs that are based on well-defined historical problems, sound methodologies and historical evidence;
  4. integrate history to its applied and public functions, specifically on the areas of teaching, cultural and heritage work, and public service; and,
  5. recognize the pluralities of human experience in relation to the several layers of community-building (i.e., ethnicities and localities, nation, region, and the international community).

MA History of UP Baguio requires a comprehensive examination, and is more flexible with the language requirement where a student, on his/her own, may take language courses necessary for him/her to pursue his/her research topic.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE:

The MA History program has a total of 36 units broken down according to the following components.

CoursesNumber of Units
Core Courses15
History Electives9
Other Required History Course6
Electives6
Total number of units36 units

COURSE STRUCTURE

Core Courses

Course NumberCourse TitleNumber of Units
Hist 201Philosophy of History3
Hist 202Historical Methodology3
Hist 203Philippine Historiography3
Hist 204Philippine Ethnohistory3
Hist 205Local History3
Total:15
History Electives (In consultation with the program adviser may be taken in other CUs with graduate courses in History)
Course NumberCourse TitleNumber of Units
Hist 20916th Century Philippines3
Hist 210Colonial Philippines3
Hist 211Filipino Nationalism3
Hist 212Contemporary Philippines3
Hist 254Southeast Asian History3
Hist 255Global History3
Hist 260Public History3
Hist 298Special Topics (may be taken twice provided the topics are different)*3
*History 298 will focus on topics like Historical Pedagogy, issues and interpretations of Philippine History, Northern Luzon and Cordillera Histories, History and the Social Sciences and other areas in history.

Other Required History Course

Course NumberCourse TitleNumber of Units
Hist 300Master’s Thesis*6
*Before enrollment in History 300, all academic requirements should have been fulfilled and proof of language proficiency (if necessary) should have been submitted. Electives Two (2) electives (in consultation with adviser; will be taken from graduate courses of other disciplines/programs within or outside the social sciences domain, within UP Baguio or other CUs provided the electives will enhance student’s research needs)

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS:

Course NumberCourse TitleCourse Description
Hist 201Philosophy of HistoryPerspectives and approaches to the interpretations and writing of history
Hist 202Historical MethodologyHistorical methodology and methods of historical research with emphasis on archival and oral history
Hist 203Philippine HistoriographyCritical analysis of historiographies produced during and on different historical periods of Philippine history
Hist 204Philippine EthnohistoryHistoriographic analysis of primary sources on the histories of Philippine indigenous peoples with emphasis on the Cordillera
Hist 205Local HistoryPerspectives, approaches, methods, and sources on local history
Hist 209Pre-16th Century PhilippinesEarly communities in the Philippines from prehistoric times until pre-European contact in the 16th century
Hist 210Colonial PhilippinesHistory of the Philippines from the Spanish, American to the Japanese colonization
Hist 211Filipino NationalismReadings on primary and selected secondary sources on Filipino Nationalism from the 19th century to the Second World War
Hist 212Contemporary PhilippinesEvents, issues, and sources of Philippine history since the end of the Second World War
Hist 254Southeast Asian HistoryThemes and debates in Southeast Asian history and Historiography
Hist 255Global HistorySelected theme(s) of social processes resulting from human interactions between and among societies and world regions across temporal and spatial contexts
Hist 260Public HistoryConcept and nature of public history and its practice in the Philippines
Hist 298Special Topics in HistoryRecent trends, issues, and areas in historical and historiographical inquiry and practice
Hist 300Master’s ThesisThesis in History

CURRICULUM

A student in the program may pursue a regular load of 9-12 units per semester or a part-time load of 6 units per semester, and a thesis for 6 units for a total of 36 units.

A. Full-time

First Year
First SemesterNo. of UnitsSecond SemesterNo. of Units
Hist 2013Hist 2023
Hist 2033Hist 2043
Hist 2053Hist Elective 23
Hist Elective 13Elective 13
Total no. of units12Total no. of units12
Second Year
First SemesterNo. of unitsSecond SemesterNo. of Units
History Elective 33Hist 300*6
Elective 23
Total no. of units6Total no. of units6
Total Units for the Program36
*Student should have completed all course requirements before enrolling in History 300. Proof of language proficiency (when necessary) should be submitted prior to enrollment in thesis.

B. Part-time

First Year
First SemesterNo. of UnitsSecond SemesterNo. of Units
Hist 2013Hist 2023
Hist 2033Hist 2043
Total no. of units6Total no. of units6
 
Second Year
First SemesterNo. of UnitsSecond SemesterNo. of Units
History 2053History Elective 23
History elective 13Elective 13
Total no. of units6Total no. of units6
 
Third Year
First SemesterNo. of UnitsSecond SemesterNo. of Units
History Elective 33History 300*6
Elective 23  
Total no. of Units6Total no. of Units6
Total Units for the Program36
*Student should have completed all course requirements before enrolling in History 300. Proof of language proficiency (when necessary) should be submitted prior to enrollment in thesis.

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FACULTY MEMBERS

Leah E. Abayao

Leah E. Abayao

Position: Professor, Dean
Email: leabayao@up.edu.ph
Categories: DHPH
Professor in History
Department of History and Philosophy
College of Social Sciences

Senior Fellow, The Frick Collection-New York City, USA,
Research Fellow, Linden Museum – Stuttgart, Germany,
Research Fellow, University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, USA,
Visiting Scholar, Katholieke Universitet Leuven, Belgium,
Ph.D. in History, University of the Philippines Diliman,
M.A. Social Development Studies, University of the Philippines,
B.A. Social Sciences Majors in Anthropology and History, University of the Philippines.

Research Interests

Indigenous Knowledge, Community Heritage, Philippines Cordilleras, Indigenous Peoples

Extension Work

Community Archives (with the National Archives of the Philippines), 2014 – present
External Evaluator, National Commission on Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Mapping Program, 2020 – present
CHED Kabadang Research and Publication Capacity Building, 2021 – present
International Indigenous Student Exchange Program (with York University, 2021 – present
Go Global SDGs in Action Student Challenge (with York University), 2022 – present

Publications

ORCID 0000-0001-5505-336X
Scopus Author ID: 11940079500 & 57402054500

Ronan Q. Baculi, Giovanni M. Malapit & Leah E. Abayao. 2022. Atmospheric pressure plasma deposition of silver nanoparticles on bark fabric for bacterial growth inhibition, The Journal of The Textile Institute, DOI: 10.1080/00405000.2021.2024378

Abayao, Leah. 2021. “Policy Landscape for Customary Forest Management in the Philippine Cordilleras.” Philippine Journal of Public Policy: Interdisciplinary Development Perspectives.

Abayao, Leah. 2020. Disaster Risk Governance in Northern Philippine communities: Issues and Prospects in Climate Change Talks. In Chou, K.-T., Hasegawa, K., Ku, D., & Kao, S.-F. (Eds.). (2020). Climate Change Governance in Asia (1st ed.). Routledge.

Abayao, Leah, Akanisi Sobusobu Tarabe, Vuthy Lic, Prasert Trakansuphakon. 2020. Forest Policies and Indigenous Peoples’ Traditional Knowledge and Practices on Sustainable Forest Management: Fiji, Cambodia and Thailand. Tebtebba Foundation.

Abayao, Leah. 2019. Indigenous Studies as a platform for Internationalization in Higher Education. Proceedings of the Indigenous Peoples Education conference. University of the Philippines Baguio.

Abayao, Leah. 2018. Cordillera Objects in the Philippines Collection (of the Linden Museum). In Co-creation Labs: Illuminating Guests, Artists and New Voices in European Museums of World Culture. Sanstein Verlag and Linden- Museum Stuttgart.

Tolentino, Delfin (Editor), Abayao, Leah, Amores, Analyn, Martin, Marlon. 2017. Ifugao People of the Earth, ArtPost Asia.

Abayao, Leah. 2014. Spirituality and the (re) constructions of indigenous traditions. InUnsettling Discourses: The Theory and Practice of Indigenous Studies. Cordillera Studies Center, UP Baguio. 2014; Pages 127-134.

Abayao, Leah. 2013. Probing Indigenous Peoples Rights to Education. The Cordillera Review: Journal of Philippine Culture and Society. Vol. III, No. 1-2, March – Sept. 2011. Cordillera Studies Center, UP Baguio, Philippines.

Enkiwe-Abayao, Leah and Rebeca Rios-Kohn. 2013. Breaking the Silence on Violence against Indigenous Girls, Adolescents and Young Women (Asia Pacific section) United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

Abayao, Leah.2005. Mainstreaming Intercultural Education: the case of UP Baguio’s Educational Assistance Program, Higher Education Policy 18, 409–411. Palgrave.

Abayao, Leah. 2006. Articulating Indigenous Peoples’ Culture in Education. In Indigenous Education and Empowerment: International Perspectives. Eds. Duane Champagne and Ismael Abu-Saad. Alta-mira Press, Oxford UK.

Abayao, Leah. 2001. Indigenous knowledge on Forest management and Conservation of Medicinal Plants among the Ifugaos of Northern Luzon. KASARINLAN Journal, University of the Philippines Press.

Abayao, Leah. 2000. Ifugao Ethnomedicine in History. The Journal of History. Volume 46, No. 1-4.

Enkiwe-Abayao, Leah, Jo Ann Guillao, Mikara Jubay-Dulay and Helen Magata. 2012. Reclaiming Forests and Coasts: Indigenous Peoples Cope with Climate Change. In Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples – Country Case Studies on Local Mitigation and Adaptation Measures Series. United Nations University – Institute of Advance Studies, Traditional Knowledge Initiative. 

Abayao, Leah, Sombolinggi, Rukka. 2010. Indigenous Peoples and the dynamics of development programs: The case of the East Kalimantan Communities Empowerment Program (EKLCEP). In Assessing the first decade of the World’s Indigenous People, 1995-2004. Vol. 1: The Southeast Asia Experience.

Abayao, Leah. 2009. Mayoyao Ethnohistory, 1850 – 1960. The Journal of History. “Philippine Ethnohistories: The Luzon Cordillera and Beyond”. Volume LV, January – December.

Leah E. Abayao

Professor, Dean

Professor in History Department of History and Philosophy College of...

Charita A. Delos Reyes

Position: Professor
Categories: DHPH

Academic Background

Exchange Visiting Scholar for Advanced Research (PAEF-Fulbright Commission), The University of Maryland at College Park, 2017-2018
Visiting Scholar, The University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, 2017
Ph.D History, University of the Philippines, 2014
Exchange Visiting Scholar (PAEF-Fulbright Commission), The George Washington University, Sigur Center for Asian Studies, Elliott School of International Affairs, Washington D.C., 2011-2012
MA History, University of the Philippines, 2004
MA Educational Administration and Supervision, Saint Louis University, 2001 (cum laude)
BS Political Science, Saint Louis University, 1989 (magna cum laude)

Publications

“The Town-Gown Linkage and the Genesis of Post-War Baguio University Town,” The Cordillera Review: Journal of Philippine Culture and Society 7, no. 1 (March, 2017): 23-72.

Delos Reyes, Charita Arcangel. “Educating Mokimok and Chainus: The Ibaloys at the Bua School, 1901-1940.” In CHIVA: A Reader on Ibaloy History and Culture, edited by Jimmy B. Fong. UP Baguio: Cordillera Studies Center, 2017, pp. 35-60.

“Decompartmentalizing History and the Problem of Historical Inquiry.” Social Science Teaching, Research and Practice: Consolidating Lessons and Charting Directions 2. Edited by Lorelei Crisologo. Mendoza. Baguio City: College of Social Sciences and the Cordillera Studies Center, University of the Philippines Baguio, 2016, pp. 85-99.

“Mula sanitarium tungong paaralan:Kasaysayan ng Pagbabagong-anyo ng Kaligiran ng Lungsod ng Baguio.” Sa Shuntug: Mga Kabundukan sa Kasaysayan at Kalinangang Pilipino. Patnugot, Lars Raymund C. Ubaldo. Manila: NCCA at ADHIKA ng Pilipinas, Inc., 2015: 66-78.

“The Genesis of a University Town: The Case of Baguio City, 1946-1973.” Conference Proceedings of the International Symposium on Education and Psychology, ISEP 2014-Fall 2014, Meiji University, Surugadai Campus, Tokyo, Japan, November 12-14, 2014. Published by the Knowledge Association of Taiwan (KAT), Taipei, Taiwan. ISSN 2236-6275 (CD Version)

“Urbana at Felisa: Ideological Reproduction of Femininity in Philippine Education, 1864-1938.” Philippine Social Sciences Review 64, no. 2 (July-December 2012): 49-75.

“From Physical Recreation to Digitisation: A Social History of Children’s Games in the Philippines.” In Negotiating Childhoods. Edited by Hopkins, Lucy; McLeod, Mark; and Wendy Turgeon. Brill, 2010 (print); 2020 (eBook): 99-109. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1163/9781848880467_011

“Ang Information and Communications Technology (ICT) at ang Neokolonyal na Eduksayon sa Pilipinas (1945-Kasalukuyan).” In Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies 17, no. 2 (2002): 139-166.

Charita A. Delos Reyes

Professor

Academic Background Exchange Visiting Scholar for Advanced Research (PAEF-Fulbright Commission),...

Maria Nela B. Florendo

Position: Professor
Categories: DHPH

Academic Background

Visiting Scholar, University of Memphis, 2016 – 2017
Visiting Scholar, University of Michigan, 2008
PhD History University of the Philippines, 1992
MA, University of the Philippines, 1984
BS, University of the Philippines, 1979

Publications

“Integrating Indigenous People’s History in a General Philippine History Syllabus” Journal of History LXV (2019)

“Northern Luzon: Historical Interpretation of Regional Space” in Journal of History Vol. LXIV (2018):67-86.

“Space, Agency, and Narratives of Identity: The Indigenous Peoples of the Cordillera, Northern Luzon, Philippines” in Regional Journal of Southeast Asian Studies Vol. 1 (2016):30-65.

“Interethnic Relations in a Time of War: The Case of Baguio” in Journal of History Vol. LXII. “Challenges in the Writing of Local History Research in the Cordillera” in the Local History Network Journal, National Historical Commission of the Philippines, June 2015.

“If Church Ruins Could Speak: RE-thinking Reduccion and the Plaza Complex in Northern Cordillera.” Journal of History Vol. LXI 2015: 78-96.

Maria Nela B. Florendo

Professor

Academic Background Visiting Scholar, University of Memphis, 2016 – 2017...

Raymundo D. Rovillos

Position: Professor
Categories: DHPH

Academic Background

Ph.D History, University of the Philippines, 2005
MA Social and Development Studies, University of the Philippines, 1996
BA Social Sciences (History and Political Science), University of the Philippines, 1986

Publications

“Constructing the Boundaries of Places, Spaces and Identities in Abra (1823-1904)” Vol. VI, No. 1 March 2016. The Cordillera Review: Journal of Philippine Culture and Society. Baguio City: UP Baguio Cordillera Studies Center.

“History of Small-scale Mining in Fidelisan, Sagada, Mountain Province.” A Chapter of Main Report: Small-scale Mining in Sagada, Mountain Province: A Case Study. Completed in March 2015.

Raymundo D. Rovillos

Professor

Academic Background Ph.D History, University of the Philippines, 2005 MA...

Adonis Ramy L. Elumbre

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: alelumbre@up.edu.ph
Categories: DHPH

Academic Background

Adonis Elumbre is an Assistant Professor at the Department of History and Philosophy of the College of Social Sciences, University of the Philippines Baguio. He is currently on leave and pursuing a doctorate in Southeast Asian History at Universität Hamburg, Germany. His dissertation examines European ethnological imaginaries of late 19th century Filipinos. He holds an international masters in ASEAN (Southeast Asia) Studies from Universiti Malaya, Malaysia and a BA in History from UP Diliman. He has taught History, Social Sciences, and Social and Development Studies in UP Baguio. He also taught in UP Los Baños and served placement at the External Relations Division of the ASEAN Secretariat, Indonesia.

Research Interests

Southeast Asia and ASEAN
International and Diplomatic History
Intellectual History and Historiography
History of Anthropology and Ethnohistory
19th Century and Contemporary Philippines

Academic Organizations

Lifetime Member, Philippine Historical Association (PHA)
Lifetime Member, Pambansang Samahan sa Sikolohiyang Pilipino (PSSP)
Philippine International Studies Organization (PHISO)
Asosasyon ng mga Dalubhasa, May Hilig, at Interes sa Kasaysayan (ADHIKA)
Association for Asian Studies

Extension Services

Community Archives Project of the National Archives of the Philippines
Resource Person for seminars and trainings on topics in history and international studies
Editorial and refereeing work for journal and book publications

Publications

Area Studies at Araling Kabanwahan sa Konteksto ng Agham Panlipunan sa Kontemporanyong Panahon. In M.D.dL. Jose, A.M. Navarro and J.A. Ong (eds.), Araling Pang-Erya at Araling Kabanwahan, 62-96. Manila: Department of Social Sciences, University of the Philippines Manila, 2021.

Discursive Experiments in Vernacularizing International Studies in the Philippines. In F.A. Cruz and N.M. Adiong (eds.), International Studies in the Philippines: Mapping New Frontiers in Theory and Practice, 102-120. Oxon and New York: Routledge, 2020. https://www.taylorfrancis.com/chapters/edit/10.4324/9780429056512-8/discursive-experiments-vernacularizing-international-studies-philippines-adonis-elumbre

Conjunctures on ‘ASEAN Citizenship,’ 1967-2017: Identities, Ideas, Institutions. Asian International Studies Review, 20(1), 63-89. June 2019. https://brill.com/view/journals/aisr/20/1/article-p63_9.xml?language=en

Muling Pagtanaw sa Konsepto ng Pagkalalaki: Pagkatao at Sekswalidad sa Loob at Labas ng Pilipinas (co-author). In R.Pe-Pua (ed.), Handbuk ng Sikolohiyang Pilipino; Bolyum 2: Gamit, 164-185. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 2019.

Towards an Intellectual History of the Social Sciences. In L.C. Mendoza (ed.), Social Science Teaching, Research, and Practice; Vol. 1, 243-258. Baguio: College of Social Sciences and Cordillera Studies Center, University of the Philippines Baguio, 2016.

Kaisipan at Karanasan sa Ugnayang Panlabas ng Katipunan, 1892-1897. SALIKSIK 3(2), 142-168. January 2015. https://ejournals.ph/function/author.php?id=5705

Interpreting ASEAN Developmental Regionalism through Discursive Institutionalism. Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies 29(1), 75-108. June 2015. https://journals.upd.edu.ph/index.php/kasarinlan/article/view/4571/4114

The Times and Narratives of Pedro Paterno: A Study on Intellectualism (Review Essay). Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 45(1), 131-133. February 2014. https://www.jstor.org/stable/43863063?refreqid=excelsior%3A9cb6dcd61281309fb634969389231746

Kasaysayang Pampook at Kasaysayang Pambansa sa Historiograpiyang Pilipino. In A.M. Navarro, M.F.Y. Orillos, J.S. Reguindin, and A.L. Elumbre (eds.), Kasaysayang Pampook: Pananaw, Pananaliksik, Pagtuturo, 408-434. Quezon City: Limbagang Pangkasaysayan, 2012.

Adonis Ramy L. Elumbre

Assistant Professor

Academic Background Adonis Elumbre is an Assistant Professor at the...

Jose Mathew P. Luga

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: jpluga@up.edu.ph
Categories: DHPH

Academic Background

Jose Mathew Luga finished his MA in History from the University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman, and his BA in Social Sciences (History) at UP Baguio. His research interests and publications focus on Local Histories and Life Histories during the Philippine Revolution and the Japanese Occupation. Recently, he has been awarded the 2021 Gawad Tsanselor Most Outstanding Junior Faculty for UP Baguio.

Research Interests

Local History (Baguio and Northern Luzon)
Life History
Japanese Occupation

Academic Organization

Member, Caloocan Historical and Cultural Studies Association

Extension Services

Salikultura: Sali Kayo sa Kultura ng Research. Organized by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts. Via Zoom Video Conference, 26 November 2021.

“Kwento-kwento: Tunay o Misteryo?” full episode of Youth for Truth. Aired October 30, 2021 at IBC TV 13. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1n3N8lde6xs.

“Gintong Kuwento ni Yamashita” segment in Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho. Aired April 16, 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lu63qYRfB70&t=16s.

Publications

Luga, Jose Mathew P. & Abbey Rose A. Celada. Pagtugon sa Hamon ng Kasaysayan: Araling Asyano 7. Makati City: DIWA Learning Systems, Inc., 2021.

____ & Abbey Rose A. Celada. Pagtugon sa Hamon ng Kasaysayan: Araling Asyano 7, Gabay sa Pagtuturo. Makati City: DIWA Learning Systems, Inc., 2021.

“Periodizing the Japanese Occupation: Baguio City at the Eve of Liberation, 1944-1945.” Journal of Philippine Local History and Heritage 6, no. 2. August 2020.

“Alimokon: Mateo Noriel Luga, the Life History of a Revolutionary.” Journal of Philippine Local History and Heritage 3, no. 2. August 2017.

“Mga kwento nina lolo’t lola: Ang pangaraw-araw na buhay sa Baguio noong panahon ng Hapon (1941-1945).” In Saliksik E-Journal 5, blg. 2, edited by Roderick C. Javar (November 2016): 149-189. https://ejournals.ph/article.php?id=11416.

Jose Mathew P. Luga

Assistant Professor

Academic Background Jose Mathew Luga finished his MA in History...

Analyn B. Muñoz

Position: Assistant Professor
Email: abmunoz@up.edu.ph
Categories: DHPH

Academic Background

Candidate, Ph.D. in History, University of the Philippines Diliman
M.A. in History, University of the Philippines Diliman, 2012
B.A. History, University of the Philippines Diliman, 2005

Research Interests

Environmental History, Cultural History, Women’s History, Japanese Occupation of the Philippines

Academic Organizations

Treasurer/Board member of Asosasyon ng mga Dalubhasa, May Hilig, at Interes sa Kasaysayan (ADHIKA) ng Pilipinas, Inc.

Extension Services

Balik Kasaysayan Program (Department of Education)
Community Archives (with the National Archives of the Philippines)

Publications

“Ang Ilog Pasig bilang Daluyan ng Sakit sa Kasaysayan at Panitikang Pilipino,” Araling Pasig monograph. Limbagang Pangkasaysayan, 2021.

“Pangayawan sa Ilog Pasig ng mga Bisaya sa Panahon nina Salcedo at de Goiti,” Pangangayaw: Ang Pangingibang Bayan at Paghahanap ng Ginhawa sa Kasaysayan at Kalinangang Pilipino ng ADHIKA ng Pilipinas, Inc. and National Commission for Culture and the Arts, 2021.

“Gerilya, Pamahalaan, at Sibilyan: Kuwento ng Pagmamalasakitan sa Gitna ng Digmaan,” Tambayayong: Ang Bayanihan sa Kalinangan at Kasaysayang Pilipino ng ADHIKA ng Pilipinas, Inc. and National Commission for Culture and the Arts, 2020.

“Missing Pasig: The Manila River during the Late Nineteenth Century and Contemporary Times,” Manila: History, Culture, and Heritage by Manila Studies Association, Inc., National Commission for Culture and the Arts and Philippine National Historical Society, 2020.

“Ang Ilog Pasig sa mga Banyagang Batis ng Ika-19 na Dantaon,” Diliman Review, Volume 2 Number 2, 2017.

“Imaheng Negrito Bilang Pagkakakilanlang Pilipino sa Digmaang Pilipino-Amerikano,” Saliksik: Saysay ng Salaysay: Multidisiplinaryong E-Journal, Tomo 6 Bilang 1, Mayo 2017.

“Mula Philippine Constabulary Tungong Bureau of Constabulary: Pagbabagong-Mukha ng Institusyon sa Panahon ng Hapon,” KAGAWARAN: Mga Institusyon at Paglilingkod-bayan sa Kasaysayan at Kalinangang Pilipino, 1898 – 1946 ng ADHIKA ng Pilipinas, Inc. and National Commission for Culture and the Arts, 2017.

“Challenges and Issues in Reconstructing the History of Aeta Guerrillas of Luzon during the Japanese Occupation” in Social Science Teaching, Research and Practice: Consolidating Lessons and Charting Directions, vol. 2, (2016).

“Kontemporanyong Timog Silangang Asya sa Napapanahong Diskurso ng Etnisidad, Border, at Estado,” (Dr. Leah Enkiwe-Abayao, co-author), Saliksik: Saysay ng Salaysay: Multidisiplinaryong E-Journal, Tomo 4 Bilang 2, Nobyembre 2015.

“Ang Ugnayang Maynila-Morong sa Kasaysayan ng Pambansang Pakikidigma ng mga Pilipino” sa Shuntug: Mga Kabundukan sa Kasaysayan at Kalinangang Pilipino ng ADHIKA ng Pilipinas, Inc. and National Commission for Culture and the Arts, 2015.

“Ang mga Pakikibaka ng mga Ayta noong Ikalawang Digmaang Pandaigdig: Isang Panimulang Kasaysayan.” Hasaan: Opisyal na Journal sa Filipino ng Unibersidad ng Santo Tomas, Tomo II, 2015.

“Ang Diwa ng Gerilyaismo sa Panahon ng Ikalawang Digmaang Pandaigdig sa Bayan ng Morong”, Kasaysayang Pampook:Pananaw, Pananaliksik, Pagtuturo UP Likas, 2012.

“Ang Kababaihang Marking ng Morong, Rizal” Daluyan-Espesyal na Isyu sa Kasaysayan, 2010.

Analyn B. Muñoz

Assistant Professor

Academic Background Candidate, Ph.D. in History, University of the Philippines...

Contact Information:

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College of Social Sciences
University of the Philippines Baguio
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