Research Center for Culture, Arts, and Humanities researchers Asst. Prof.…
ARRIOLA, Joyce L.
ARRIOLA, Joyce L.
Professor Joyce L. Arriola, PhD is the Teodoro F. Valencia…
- Doctor of Philosophy in Communication (Best Dissertation Award), University of the Philippines – Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines, 2013
- Doctor of Philosophy in Literature (Summa cum Laude), University of Santo Tomas – Manila, Philippines, 2003
- Master of Arts in Communication, major in Journalism, University of the Philippines – Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines, 1998
- Master of Arts in Literature, University of Santo Tomas – Manila, Philippines, 1995
- Bachelor of Arts in Literature (Cum Laude), University of Santo Tomas – Manila, Philippines, 1988
- Joyce L. Arriola is currently the Director of the UST Research Center for Culture, Arts and Humanities. She is also a Member of the CHED Technical Committee for Literature. Her book Postmodern Filming of Literature: Sources, Contexts and Adaptations won the 2007 National Book Award for Film/Film Criticism. Her research interests include postcolonial and postmodern literary, media and cultural studies.
- Postcolonial and Postmodern Philippine Literary, Media and Cultural Studies
- Member of the Board of Directors, Philippines Communications Society (2019-2021)
- Executive Committee Member, National Committee for Literary Arts, National Commission for Culture and the Arts (2018-2019)
- Member, Technical Committee for Literature, Commission on Higher Education
- Treasurer, Cultural, Literary and Art Studies Society, Inc.
- Auditor, Philippines Communication Society
- Regular Member, National Research Council of the Philippines
- Member, Asia-Pacific Writers and Translators; Asian Media Information Centre
- Lifetime Member, American Studies Association of the Philippines, Philippine Studies Association, Manila Studies Association
- JAKA Professorial Chair Holder – 2005, 2004
- “The Prevalent Cinematic Adaptation in the Woman’s Film of the 1950s.” NRCP Journal, Vol. XVI, No. 1. December 2016
- “Visual Artists as Literary Artists: Fantasy and Folklore in 1950s Komiks-to-Film Adaptations.” Plaridel: A Journal of Communication, Media, and Society, Vol. 13 No. 1. June
- “Public Opinion and the Press: Tracing and Exploring the Politics of Mediation.” PCS Review. December 2015.
- “Semiotics of Filipino Komiks-to-Film Adaptation: Decoding Lapu-Lapu (1954),” International Journal of Comic Art, Spring/May 2014.
- “Korido-Komiks into Film: Sourcing, Adapting and Recycling the Bernardo Carpio Story.” Humanities Diliman (Scopus-Listed), Vol. 11 No. 1. June 2014.
- “The Role of Language and Literary Adaptations in Shaping Early Tagalog Cinema: A Study in Popular-Linguistic Nationalism” Philippine Journal for Language Teaching. Vol. LI. December 2011.
- “A Third Way to Film the Story: A Filipino Film Adaptation of a Work of Literary Journalism.” Southeast Asia Research (ISI-Cited). Vol. 18, No. 2, June 2010
- Postmodern Filming of Literature: Sources, Contexts and Adaptations Manila: UST Publishing House, 2006.