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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

PHA publishes latest volumes of the Historical Bulletin

by Arleigh Ross Dela Cruz

The Philippine Historical Association announces the publication of its latest volumes of The Historical Bulletin. Volume 44, the latest issue of the Historical Bulletin, is a special anniversary issue to celebrate the fifty-fifth founding anniversary of the Philippine Historical Association. This year’s volume, with a theme entitled Fifty-Five Years of Lighting the Flame of History, puts together scholarly researches written by all the presidents of the Philippine Historical Association from 1955 up to the present.  Just last year, Historical Bulletin Volume 43 was launched in the 2009 Philippine Historical Association Annual Conference. Volume 43  is a compilation of lectures delivered in the series of seminar-workshops on the effective teaching of the Rizal course in the classroom.  The volume contains a number of articles about the biography and literary works of Dr. Jose Rizal. 

The Historical Bulletin is the   official journal of the Philippine Historical Association. Published annually by the Philippine Historical Association, the Historical Bulletin is a refereed journal that provides a venue for historical research and scholarship among its members.   

Official Journal of the Philippine Historical Association
Vol. XLIV: January-December 2010
Issue Editor: Celestina P. Boncan, PhD

Celestina P. Boncan: Philippine Historical Association1955-2010: Fifty-Five Years of Lighting the Flame of History
Gabriel F. Fabella: For a Truer Philippine Historical Perspective                                
Nicolas A. Zafra : The Cry of Balintawak as a Historical Problem
Esteban A. de Ocampo:  Interpretations of the Ideals and Teachings of Our National Heroes
Ricardo A. Arcilla: Rizal on Youth
Dalmacio Martin: Humor in Our History
Gregorio F. Zaide : Rafael Palma as Scholar and Historian
Celedonio A. Ancheta: Simeon A. Ola (1865-1952) 
Sixto Y. Orosa: Gregorio del Pilar
Gloria M. Santos:  The Philippine Struggle for Independence, 1896-1898: Its Impact on the Visayan Region
Celedonio O. Resurreccion: The Rules of Evidence as Innovative Approach to the True Identity of Pigafetta’s Mazaua
Diosdado G. Capiño: Teaching History for National Unity
Ma. Minerva A. Gonzalez: Women in the Struggle for Independence
Bonifacio S. Salamanca: The Changing Strategy for National Survival during the Commission Era, 1902-1916
Filipinas E. Pineda: The Moral and Spiritual Character of the Filipino: A Reassessment
Romeo V. Cruz: America’s Colonial Desk and the Philippines, 1898-1934
Rosario M. Cortes: The Role of Pangasinan in the Revolutionary Period, 1896-1898
Oscar L. Evangelista: The Formation of the Philippine National Community in Historical Perspective: Problems and Prospects
Napoleon J. Casambre: Manuel L. Quezon as Resident Commissioner (1909-1916)
Cesar P. Pobre: A Strategy for Good Governance
Milagros C. Guerrero: New Trends in Teaching History 
Epitacio S. Palispis: Ang Bayan ng Baler: Isang Kasaysayan 
Pablo S. Trillana III: A Sense of National Destiny: Historical-Spiritual Perspectives
Ambeth R. Ocampo: Historical Agencies: National Hysterical Institute
Evelyn A. Miranda: The Role of Spanish Religious in the Urbanization of Laguna Towns along the Bai Area
Celestina P. Boncan: Philippine Socio-Economic Conditions in 1896: Prosperity vs. Poverty as Preconditions of the Revolution
Evelyn A. Songco: Understanding Philippine Basic Education from 1972 to 1982 Using Multi-Disciplinary Approach