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All the best Philippines studies resources in one place

For some time I’ve been collecting and organising links to digital sources on the Philippines on this page. It’s been ‘under construction’ for about two years and I’ve finally got around to finishing the damn thing after a conversation with a Philippine scholar at a recent workshop.

This is the kind of digital bibliography that I would have loved to have at my fingertips when I began my research and it’s very much skewed towards themes that are dear to my heart. But now that I’m setting Philippine studies to one side for a while, I can safely say that the page is in a form that is mostly final. Click here and enjoy!

P.S. Below are a few images that appear in one of the texts included on the resources page. They’re from the English edition of Paul de la Gironière’s 1853 memoire Vingt années aux Philippines: Souvenirs de Jala-Jala. 

"A native woman seized by a cayman" from Paul P. de Gironière, Twenty Years in the Philippines (1854)

“A native woman seized by a cayman” from Paul P. de Gironière, Twenty Years in the Philippines (1854)

From Paul P. de la Gironière, 'Twenty Years in the Philippines' (1854)

From Paul P. de la Gironière, ‘Twenty Years in the Philippines’ (1854)

From Paul P. de la Gironière, 'Twenty Years in the Philippines' (1854)

From Paul P. de la Gironière, ‘Twenty Years in the Philippines’ (1854)

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