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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,

Almirol, Edwin Boado. Ethnic Identity and
Social Negotiation: A Study of a Filipino
Community in California.
      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,

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.,

Buell, Evangeline Canonizada. Twenty Five Chickens and a Pig
for a Bride: Growing up in a Filipino Immigrant Family.
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,

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,

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.
University of California, Davis, Asian American Studies Division,

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
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
NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2005.

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

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
NY: Routledge, 2001.

Mingming, Evelyn. Directory of Filipino community resources on
. 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).
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
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.
      (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.
      (accessed June 28. 2008).

“Understanding the Filipino Exodus/Diaspora.” San Diego
Independent Media Center.
(accessed June 28, 2008).

Vallangca, Caridad Concepcion. The second wave: Pinay & Pinoy
San Francisco: Strawberry Hill Press, 1987.

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