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Filipino Diaspora: Partial Bibliography

 

Alves, Anna, Reme Grefalda, Lucy M. Burns
      
& Theodore Gonzalves, Towards a
      
Cultural Community: Identity,
      Education and Stewardship in Filipino
      
American Performing Arts. (First Fruits,
      
2003)

Almirol, Edwin Boado. Ethnic Identity and
      
Social Negotiation: A Study of a Filipino
      
Community in California.
Thesis,
      University of Illinois at Urbana-
      
Champaign, 1977.

Aquino, Valentin. The Filipino Community in Los Angeles.
      M.A. Thesis, University of Southern California, 1952.

Ave, Mario Paquia. Characteristics of Filipino Social Organizations
      
in Los Angeles
. M.A. Thesis, University of Southern California,
      
1956.

Abaya, Hernando. The Making of a Subversive, A Memoir. Quezon
      
City, Philippines: New Day, 1984.

Bascara, Victor. “Zigging and zagging across temporal and textual
      
realms: On Writing Histories about the Philippines in American
      
Studies.” American Quarterly 59, no. 4 (2007): 1247-1254.

Bautista, Veltisezar B. The Filipino Americans (1763-present): their
      
history, culture, and traditions
. Naperville, IL: Bookhaus Pub.,
      
2002.

Buell, Evangeline Canonizada. Twenty Five Chickens and a Pig
      
for a Bride: Growing up in a Filipino Immigrant Family.
San
      
Francisco, CA: T'Boli Publishing, 2006.

Bloch, Louis. Facts about Filipino immigration into California.
      
San Francisco: State Dept. of Industrial Relations, 1930.

Clariza, Sabino H. A Needs Assessment of Filipino World War II
      
Veterans in San Jose, California. M.S.W. Thesis, San Jose
      
State University, 1999.

Crouchett, Lorraine Jacobs. Filipinos in California: From the Days
      
of the Galleons to the Present
.  CA: Downey Place Pub. House,
      
1982.

Dorita, Mary. Filipino Immigration to Hawaii. M.A. Thesis, University
      
of Hawaii, 1954.

Escoda, Isabel Taylor. Letters From Hong Kong: Collected Radio
      
Essays of an Expatriate Filipino.
Manila: Bookmark, 1989.

Espiritu, Augusto Fauni.  Five Faces of Exile: The Nation and
      
Filipino American Intellectuals
. California: Stanford University,
      
2005.

Frank, Sarah. Filipinos in America. Minneapolis: Lerner
      
Publications Co., 2006.

Galedo, Lillian. Roadblocks to Community Building: A Case Study
      
of the Stockton Filipino Community Center Project.
CA:
      
University of California, Davis, Asian American Studies Division,
      
1970.

Gaspar, Karl. “On Sabbatical: The Face of the Filipino in the
      
Diaspora.” Mindanews. http://www.mindanews.com/index.php?
      (accessed June 28, 2008).

Grefalda, Reme-Antonia et al. Our Own Voice: Filipinos in the
      
Diaspora.
Manila: Philippines Women's University Center for
      
Culture, Arts and Music, 2003.

Habal, Estella. San Francisco's International Hotel : mobilizing the
      
Filipino American community in the anti-eviction movement.

      
Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2007.

Igloria, Luisa A. ed. Not Home, But Here: Writing
      
from the Filipino
Diaspora. Manila: Anvil, 2003.

Ignacio, Emily Noelle. Building Diaspora:
      
Filipino Community Formation On The
      
Internet.
NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2005.

Labrador, Roderick N. “From Sunbelt to
      
Snowbelt: Filipinos in Canada.“ Journal
      
of Asian American Studies
3, no. 1 (2000):
      113-115

Letters in exile: An Introductory Reader on the History of Pilipinos
      
in America.
CA: Resource Development and Publications,
      
UCLA Asian American Studies Center, 1976.

Macadangdang, Fortunato U. A Selective Bibliography of Filipino
      
Experiences in America
. San Jose: San Jose State University
      
Library, 1973.

Manalansan, Martin F., IV. Global Divas: Filipino Gay Men in
      
the Diaspora
(Philippine Edition). Manila: Ateneo University
      
Press, 2006.

Manalo, Salud T. A survey of the health needs of the elderly
      
Filipinos in a Filipino community center in northern California
.
      
M.A. Thesis, San Jose State University, 1977.

Mariano, Honorante. The Filipino Immigrants in the United States.
      
M.A. Thesis, University of Oregon, 1933.

Mendoza, Susanah. Between the Homeland and the Diaspora:
      
The Politics of Theorizing Filipino and Filipino American
      
Identities.
NY: Routledge, 2001.

Mingming, Evelyn. Directory of Filipino community resources on
      
Oahu
. Honolulu: University of Hawaii, 1975.

Necesito, Rodolfo I. The Filipino Guide to San Francisco. San
      
Francisco: Technomedia, 1978.

Nemenzo, Gemma. Heart in Two Places: An Immigrant's Journey.
      
Manila: Anvil Publishing, 2007.

Obando, Aquilino B. A Study of the Problems of Filipino Students
      
in the United States. San Francisco: R and E Research
      
Associates, 1974.

Okamura, Jonathan. Imagining the Filipino American Diaspora:
      
Transnational Relations, Identities, and Communities (Asian
      
Americans, Reconceptualizing Culture, History, Politics).
NY:
      
Routledge, 1998.

“Philippine Studies and the Centennial of the Diaspora.”
      
University of California San Francisco.
      
www.pacificrim.usfca.edu/research/ (accessed June 28, 2008).

Pido, Antonio J. A. The Pilipinos in America: Macro/Micro
      
Dimensions of Immigration and Integration
. New York: Center
      
for Migration Studies, 1985.

Rodriguez, Proculo. Prize catch: Story of a Filipino expatriate in the
      
U.S.A. S.l.: s.n., 1985.

Root, Maria P. P., ed. Filipino Americans: Transformation and
      
Identity.
CA: Sage Publications, 1997.

Saito, Shiro. The overseas Filipinos : a working bibliography /
      
by Shiro Saito; prepared for the Conference on Filipino
      
Migration sponsored by East-West Center Population Institute,
      
June 10-14, 1974
. Honolulu: S.n., 1974.

San Juan, E. Jr., On the Presence of Filipinos in the United States.
      
Salinas, California: SRMNK Publishers, 2006.

San Juan, E., Jr. “Trajectories of the Filipino Diaspora.”
      
International Centre for Ethnic Studies.
      
http://www.ices.lk/publications/esr/articles_jul00/ESR_2_-Juan.4.pdf
      (accessed June 28, 2008).

San Juan, E., Jr. and Epifanio San Juan.
      
From Exile To Diaspora: Versions Of The
      
Filipino Experience In The
United States.
      
Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1998.

Santa Clara Valley  Chapter of the Filipino
      
American National Historical Society.
      
A Patchwork in the American Quilt. San
      Jose, CA: The Society, 1996.

Santa Clara Valley  Chapter of the Filipino
      
American National Historical Society.
      
Filipino Americans: forever our legacy. San Jose, CA:
      
The Society, 1999.

Santa Clara Valley  Chapter of the Filipino American National
      
Historical Society. Generation Insights: Reflected Memories.
      
San Jose, CA: The Society, 1992.

Santa Clara Valley  Chapter of the Filipino American National
      
Historical Society. Growing up Brown. San Jose, CA:
      
The Society, 1993.

Seguritan, Reuben S. We Didn't Pass Through the Golden Door:
      
The Filipino American Experience
. Manila: Maharlika Heritage
      
Books, 1997.

Stefoff, Rebecca. In the heart of Filipino America : immigrants from
      
the Pacific Isles.
NY: Chelsea House, 1994.

The Fall of the I Hotel [videorecording]. San Francisco: Crosscurrent
      
Media, National Asian American Telecommunications
      
Association, 1983. A Curtis Choy documentary film,
      
http://www.oovrag.com/ books/i-hotel.shtml

Tiongson, Antonio T. Jr., et al, eds. Positively No Filipinos Allowed:
      
Building Communities and Discourse.
Philadelphia: Temple
      
University Press, 2006.

Tyner, James A. Made in the Philippines: Gendered Discourses and
      
the Making of Migrants.
NY: Routledge, 2004.

Udo, Annabelle. “Nurturing the Filipino Diaspora through
      
Literature.” Asianweek.
      http://www.asianweek.com/2007/11/06/nurturing-the-filipino.
      (accessed June 28. 2008).

“Understanding the Filipino Exodus/Diaspora.” San Diego
      
Independent Media Center.
      http://sandiego.indymedia.org/en/2007/03/125235.shtml
      
(accessed June 28, 2008).

Vallangca, Caridad Concepcion. The second wave: Pinay & Pinoy
      
(1945-1960).
San Francisco: Strawberry Hill Press, 1987.

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