Balikbayang Sinta: An E. San Juan Reader
Ateneo University Press, 2008 - 369 páginas
Balikbayang Sinta represents an epochmaking anthology of San Juan's recent interventions into cultural studies in this stage of corporate-led globalization. From his pioneering introduction of Georg Lukac's essays, Marxism and Human Liberation (1972), to his engagement with the debate of racial formations in the last decades of the twentieth century, San Juan has inserted the Philippines into the contemporary discourse on the crisis of the humanities and modern letters. Hailed as a scholar of world-historical significance, San Juan sums up forty years of critical reflection on the burning topics of his time in this gathering of essays and interviews.
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Escaping the Anglo Quarantine
The Subalterns Speak
Critique and Revolution
Look Homeward Angel
Souvenirs from the Diliman Period
Remapping the Filipino Diaspora in
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