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Two articles are featured in this maiden issue of Aninawon, the monograph series of the Ateneo Institute of Anthropology:

"Reinventing the Lumad: Constraints and Prospects of Being Indigenous" 

by Ulysses S. Cabayao, S.J.


"The Mindanao Lumad Social Movement" by Karl M. Gaspar, C.S.s.R.

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an Aghamtao article
was published in déjà lu!

Mangahas, Maria F., Cynthia Neri Zayas, Erlinda Burton, Pamela Cajilig, Eizel Hilario, Padmapani Perez, and Suzanna R. Rolden. 2018. "Continuing Alongside the Katutubo – Current Challenges to Filipino Anthropology". Aghamtao 26: 101-120.

"Déjà Lu ("Already read") is an initiative of the World Council of Anthropological Associations that aims at pluralizing the dissemination of anthropological knowledge on a global level. It is a journal that respects the academic decisions made by the reviewers of the author's community of origin to avoid the imposition of hegemonic international styles or canons. The idea is simple: we republish articles selected by the journals of the associations members of the WCAA (and other relevant journals in the field) and give them global visibility by means of our international networks."

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Dr. Augusto Gatmaytan of the Ateneo Institute of Anthropology has published an article in Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies. Dr. Gatmaytan's article is part of an on-going project in the Third World Studies Center, "Violence, Human Rights, and Democracy in the Philippines." More details and research outputs are found here.

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UGAT members have contributed two chapters in the recently published book Southeast Asian Anthropologies: National Traditions and Transnational Practices edited by Eric Thompson and Vineeta Sinha, published by NUS Press.

Click on the book cover for an open-access copy of the book.

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