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Title: The early years of Philippine studies, 1953 to 1966
Authors: Luyt, Brendan
Keywords: Philippine
Issue Date: 2019
Source: Luyt, B. (2019). The early years of Philippine studies, 1953 to 1966. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 50(2), 202-221. doi:10.1017/S0022463419000237
Series/Report no.: Journal of Southeast Asian Studies
Abstract: The academic journal has been a key element of the scholarly world for some time and as a key component of this world it deserves historical examination. But this has not often been forthcoming, especially for regions of the world outside the Anglo-American core. In this article I examine the content of the early years of Philippine Studies. Founded in 1953, it has survived and prospered up to the present day as a vehicle for scholarly studies of the Philippines. The content of the early years of Philippine Studies (1953–66) reflected a desire on the part of its editors and many of its authors and supporters to create a Philippine society based on the teachings of the Catholic Church, one that would be strong enough to create a middle path between communism and liberalism. Articles published during this period advocated social reform based on the teachings of the Catholic Church; these articles also aired warnings about the communist threat to the Philippines and the world. But alongside these materials were literary and historical studies that also, but in a more indirect fashion, supported the project of Catholic-inspired social reform.
ISSN: 0022-4634
Rights: © 2019 The National University of Singapore. All rights reserved. This paper was published by Cambridge University Press in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies and is made available with permission of The National University of Singapore.
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