vol. 59, no. 1 (2013)
The Journal of History
The Journal of History is the official publication of the Philippine National Historical Society (first named Philippine Historical Society), an organization of historians and practitioners of history, organized in February 1941. It is a nationally refereed journal that publishes selected papers from the National Conferences on National and Local History of the Philippine National Historical Society which have been recommended by an Editorial Advisory Board. The Journal publishes articles on local/regional and national history presented by young and upcoming scholars as well as recognized historians and other specialists on Philippine culture and society. It promotes studies of local history in the context of national history and encourages multidisciplinary study in related social science disciplines.
All the articles in the following journal issues of The Journal of History are for open access:
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Some Thoughts on History... And Ecology
Ben Iii S. Malayang
Early Settlements in San Juan, Batangas, Philippines – Some Hypothesesâ€¨
The Historical Geography of Los Baños during the Japanese Occupation
Marcelino M. Macapinlac Jr.
The Philippine Plaza Complex: Reconciling Conservation of Historical and Heritage Structures and Sites with Demands of Urban Growth
Meliton B. Juanico
Notes on the History of Eastern Negros to the End of the Spanish Regime
T. Valentino S. Sitoy Jr.
Fire and the Changing Cityscape of Dumaguete City
Earl Jude Paul L. Cleope
Public History and The Philippines: The Case of the Western Visayas
Matthew J. Riley
The Rise and Fall of Leyte Pueblos (1768-1914)
Rolando O. Borrinaga
Framing the Land of the Heathen: The Zamboanga Mission in the Photographs of the Alliance Missionaries
Servando D. Halili Jr.
Cultural and Historical Sites and Landmarks in Sulu and Tawi-Tawi
Calbi A. Asain
The Fairest of the Fair Sex: The Española as Model for the Mestiza Filipina
Erlinda K. Alburo
Of Noli Me Tángere, the Revolution and the Birth of the Native ‘Filipino’
Regan P. Jomao-as
The Complexity of Anti-colonial Movements in Southeast Asia beyond the Confines of the Nation
Maureen Cristin S. Justiniano
Reconstructing the Environment of Illegal Gambling Activity in 19th Century Manila through the Juegos Prohibidos
Marco Stefan B. Lagman