Comments for Pinoy Weekly http://pinoyweekly.org/new Philippine news, analysis, and investigative stories Mon, 12 Jan 2015 15:34:28 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.1 Comment on FQS and the continuing tradition of the revolutionary youth by FQS and the continuing tradition of the revolutionary youth | The Philippine Online Chronicles http://pinoyweekly.org/new/2015/01/fqs-and-the-continuing-tradition-of-the-revolutionary-youth/comment-page-1/#comment-189715 Mon, 12 Jan 2015 15:34:28 +0000 http://pinoyweekly.org/new/?p=33109#comment-189715 […] First published at PinoyWeekly […]

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Comment on Tunay na mukha ng kahirapan, dapat makita ni Pope Francis sa pagdating niya by Who is the security threat against Pope Francis in the Philippines? | novam vitam a viginti octo http://pinoyweekly.org/new/2015/01/tunay-na-mukha-ng-kahirapan-dapat-makita-ni-pope-francis-sa-pagdating-niya/comment-page-1/#comment-188085 Tue, 06 Jan 2015 14:22:55 +0000 http://pinoyweekly.org/new/?p=33060#comment-188085 […] the true state of the poor from Francis. They, as well as organizations representing marginalized sectors in the country, are urging him to make ‘surprise visits’ (something that is not new to the […]

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Comment on 10 istoryang pinalampas ng midya sa 2014 by Pinoy Weekly http://pinoyweekly.org/new/2015/01/10-istoryang-pinalampas-ng-midya-sa-2014/comment-page-1/#comment-186797 Sat, 03 Jan 2015 02:49:27 +0000 http://pinoyweekly.org/new/?p=32983#comment-186797 Salamat po! Itinama na namin.

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Comment on Go Ahead! by Mammon 2015 Germany | germany news & upcoming events http://pinoyweekly.org/new/2014/12/go-ahead/comment-page-1/#comment-186670 Fri, 02 Jan 2015 17:49:09 +0000 http://pinoyweekly.org/new/?p=32872#comment-186670 […] read more » […]

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Comment on 10 istoryang pinalampas ng midya sa 2014 by Raymond Basilio http://pinoyweekly.org/new/2015/01/10-istoryang-pinalampas-ng-midya-sa-2014/comment-page-1/#comment-186564 Fri, 02 Jan 2015 08:21:33 +0000 http://pinoyweekly.org/new/?p=32983#comment-186564 Magandang araw!

Ang panawagan po ng ACT ay itaas ang sahod ng mga guro mila P18,549 patungong P25,000 bawat buwan, hindi po P20,000.

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Comment on Bagong libro ni E. San Juan, Jr. Ilulunsad* by PHILIPPINES STUDIES CENTER http://pinoyweekly.org/new/2013/11/bagong-libro-ni-e-san-juan-jr-ilulunsad/comment-page-1/#comment-181232 Thu, 18 Dec 2014 16:07:50 +0000 http://pinoyweekly.org/new/?p=26545#comment-181232 ;
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AMBIL, E. San Juan’s new book of cultural provocations, now available

Departing from his last neoconceptualist poetry collection, Mendiola Masaker (2014), U.S.-based author E. San Juan, Jr. crafted this new offering of anti-poems, experimental graphic word-art, and “unexpressive” writing. AMBIL , the book’s title, signifies irony, ambiguity, subversive or iconoclastic meanings critical of author-centered, institutional standards.
San Juan’s point of departure is conceptualist art inspired by constructivist, surrealist avantgarde modes initiated by Duchamp, Schwitters, and Fluxus artists. In one project. the poet seeks to renew or resituate conventional proverbs and banalities by using satiric and parodic techniques to defamiliarize orthodox conventions. The poet also strives for Brechtian alienation-effekts. AMBIL rejects institutionalized art, commodified spectacles validated with prizes, honors, awards. It seeks to provoke critical resistance to consumerized culture and the narcotic fetishistic spectacles saturating the corporate mass media and the neoliberal public sphere.
In line with his previous critiques of traditional Filipino poetics, San Juan extends his inventions or installations found in Alay sa Paglikha ng BukangLiwayway (Ateneo U Press, 2000). This new work elaborates the experiments in three subsequent volumes: Sapagkat Iniibig Kita (UP Press, 2004). Ulikba (UST Publishing House 2012) and Kundiman sa Gitna ng Karimlan (2014). Ultimately, AMBIL seeks to disrupt the status quo and provoke the emergence of the new in situations of quotidian life that violate orthodoxies and conformisms.
Emeritus professor of English, Comparative Literature and Ethnic Studies, San Juan was previously a fellow of the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute, Harvard University; and of the Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas. He has taught at the University of the Philippines, Ateneo de Manila University, Leuven University (Belgium), Tamkang University (Taiwan), University of Trento (Italy), Brooklyn College, Wesleyan University, and Washington State University. His recent books are In the Wake of Terror (Lexington), Critique and Social Transformation (Mellen), US Imperialism and Revolution in the Philippines (Palgrave), Toward Filipino Self-determination (SUNY), Critical Interventions (Lambert), and Between Empire and Insurgency: the Philippines in the New Millennium (U.P. Press, 2015).–#
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