Allegories of Resistance: The Philippines at the Threshold of the Twenty-First Century

Allegories of Resistance The Philippines at the Threshold of the Twenty First Century None

  • Title: Allegories of Resistance: The Philippines at the Threshold of the Twenty-First Century
  • Author: E. San Juan Jr.
  • ISBN: 9789715420488
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Paperback
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    About "E. San Juan Jr."

    1. E. San Juan Jr.

      Epifanio San Juan, Jr is a Filipino cultural critic and public intellectual His works span a broad spectrum of fields and disciplines, from cultural studies, comparative literary scholarship, ethnic and racial studies, postcolonial theory, semiotics to philosophical inquiries in historical materialism.San Juan applies a Gramscian approach and a critical Marxist optic on cultural events and texts in the Philippine historical process of national liberation He is also notable for being the first Filipino male intellectual to have engaged with feminist discourse in his Filipina Insurgency Writing Against Patriarchy Giraffe Books, 1999 In 1999, San Juan received the Centennial Award for Achievement in Literature from the Cultural Center of the Philippines because of his contributions to Filipino and Filipino American Studies.

    481 thoughts on “Allegories of Resistance: The Philippines at the Threshold of the Twenty-First Century”

    1. San Juan brings a great diversity of analytical tools to the table in providing insight into/critiquing the role of the Phillipines in the resistance of global capital etc. San Juan is a fierce nationalist and wary of the quasi-fascict methods and reductive sloganeering any revolutionary movement (and make no mistake, Juan favors revolution over reform--his interests lie in the intersection of revolution and cultural texts). His arguments are tremendously alert to contemporary events. However, J [...]


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