Philippines: Tribal Peoples
(see also Philippines, Philippines: US Colonial Period, Philippines: Marcos Era & Philippines since 1986)
On the Web: Specialized Sites
Anon. "Philippines: nightmare in the highlands," IWGIA Newsletter 33 (3/83):69-86.
__________. "Philippines: first National Indigenous Meeting" & "Army invades tribal areas of Luzon," IWGIA Newsletter 38 (7/84):114-23.
__________. "Philipines: the Igorot quest for self-determination," IWGIA Newsletter 43-44 (9-10/85):273-78.
Aparicio, Teresa. "Philippines: organization & indigenous models of ethnodevelopment," IWGIA Newsletter 55-56 (10-12/88):79-98.
Barclay, Paul. "'They have for the coast dwellers a traditional hatred': governing Igorots in Northern Luzon & Central Taiwan, 1895-1915," in J. Go & A. L. Foster (eds.) The American Colonial State in the Philippines: Global Perspectives (Durham NC: Duke, 2003), pp. 217-55.
Bedford, Michael. "Mangyans forced to evacuate homeland in Philippines," Cultural Survival Quarterly 12,3 (1988):21-22. Mindoro.
Brannon, Johnny. "Ifugao teachers hit the trail," Filipinas (10/93).
Brett, June Prill. "Stone walls & waterfalls: irrigation & ritual regulation in the Central Cordillera, northern Philippines," in Hutterer, Rambo & Lovelace (eds.) Cultural Values & Human Ecology in Southeast Asia (Ann Arbor, 1985), pp. 125-55. Bontoc (Tukukukan) people.
Brown, Elaine C. "Pundasyon Hanunoo Mangyan school: participatory education in the Philippines," Cultural Survival Quarterly ?, 2 (1985):6-9.
Chaput, Donald. "The miner warriors of the Philippines," Philippine Studies 35,1 (1987):51-70.
Delegation of the Philippine Indigenous Organizations. "Life is even worse under Aquino," IWGIA Newsletter 51-52 (10-12/87):38-84.
Eder, James F. "No water in the terraces: agricultural stagnation & social change at Banaue, Ifugao," Philippine Quarterly of Culture & Society 10,3 (1982):101-16.
__________. "The Batak of the Philippines," Cultural Survival Quarterly 8,3 (fall 84):26-28.
__________. "Tribal Filipinos, ancestral lands & cultural survival: the 'Negrito' case," Pilipinas 9 (fall 87):1-9.
Edgerton, Ronald K. & Becky Richards Edgerton. "Growing up in a frontier town: the Bukidnon experience in Malaybalay," Philippine Quarterly of Culture & Society 10,3 (1982):117-40. Mindanao.
Eggan, F. & Alfredo Pacyaya. "The Sapilada religion: reformation & accomodation among the Igorots of northern Luzon," Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 18 (1962):95-113.
In the Library: Non-Fiction Books
Anti-Slavery Society. The Philippines: Authoritarian Government, Multinationals & Ancestral Lands (Indigenous Peoples & Development No. 1; London, 1983).
Barton, Roy F. Philippine Pagans: The Autobiographies of Three Ifugaos (London, 1938).
__________. The Kalingas: Their Institutions & Custom Law (Chicago: U. of Chicago, 1949).
Botengan, Kate C. Bontoc Lifeways: A Study in Education & Culture (Manila,1976).
Bundok, Pedro. Democracy among the Mountaineers (Manila, 1973).
Cawed, Carmencita. The Culture of the Bontoc Igorots (Manila, 1965).
Claerhout, Alfonso. The Songs of a People: Igorot Customs in Eastern Luzon (Chicago: U.; of Chicago, 1967).
Cole, Fay-Cooper. The Tinguian: Social, Religious & Economic Life of a Philippine Tribe (Chicago: U. of Chicago, 1922).
Conklin, Harold C. Ethnographic Atlas of Ifugao: A Study of Environment, Culture & Society in Northern Luzon (New Haven: Yale, 1980).
Dozier, Edward P. Mountain Arbiters: The Changing Life of a Philippine Hill People (Tucson: U. of Arizona, 1966).
__________. The Kalinga of Northern Luzon, Philippines (NY, 1967).
Dumia, Mariano A. The Ifugao World (Manila, 1978). As seen by an Ifugao author.
Eder, James F. On the Road to Tribal Extinction: Depopulation, Deculturation & Adaptive Well-Being among the Batak of the Philippines (Berkeley: U. of California, 1992).
Garvan, John M. The Negritos of the Philippines (Horn: Berger, 1964).
Gibson, Thomas. Sacrifice & Sharing in the Philippine Highlands: Religion & Society among the Buid of Mindoro (London, 1986).
Schlegel, Stuart. Wisdom from a Rainforest: The Spiritual Journey of an Anthropologist (Athens: U. of Georgia, 1998).
Zamora (ed.) Studies in Philippine Anthropology (Quezon City, 1967).
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