Maria Nela B. Florendo
Professor of History
Department of History and Philosophy
College of Social Sciences
Visiting Scholar, University of Memphis, 2016 – 2017
Visiting Scholar, University of Michigan, 2008
Ph.D., History University of the Philippines, 1992
M.A., University of the Philippines, 1984
B.S., University of the Philippines, 1979
“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.