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Hazardousness of place : a new comparative approach to the Filipino past

Bankoff, Greg

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© Ateneo de Manila University. The historiography of the Philippines has been largely bounded by the nation-state, which has defined how its past has been conceived and to whom its peoples are mainly compared. A more transnational environmental history, however, seeks to situate the archipelago within the context of the daily threats that its peoples have to face. This article focuses on the hazardous nature of living in the islands and explores the ways in which Filipinos have adapted to natural hazards as a frequent life experience over time.

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Bankoff, G. (2016). Hazardousness of place : a new comparative approach to the Filipino past. Philippine studies, historical & ethnographic viewpoints, 64(3-4), 335-357. https://doi.org/10.1353/phs.2016.0032

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Oct 19, 2016
Online Publication Date Oct 28, 2016
Publication Date 2016-12
Deposit Date Dec 22, 2016
Publicly Available Date Dec 22, 2016
Journal Philippine studies : historical and ethnographic viewpoints
Print ISSN 2244-1093
Electronic ISSN 2012-2489
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 64
Issue 3-4
Pages 335-357
DOI https://doi.org/10.1353/phs.2016.0032
Keywords Historiography; Philippines; Disasters; Risk; Adaptation
Public URL https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/446631
Publisher URL http://www.philippinestudies.net/ojs/index.php/ps/article/view/4318
Copyright Statement ©2017 University of Hull
Additional Information Authors' accepted manuscript of article published in Philippine studies : Historical and ethnographic viewpoints, 2016, v.64 issue 3-4.

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