The book entitled “Pelikulang Komiks” by Professor Joyce L. Arriola,
ARRIOLA, Joyce L.
ARRIOLA, Joyce L.
Arriola of Artlets, Graduate School looks back at research journey, highlights sharing, mentoring as peak of scholarship
Prof. Joyce L. Arriola, PhD, former Chair of the Department
- 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.