RCCAH research fellows launch books, publish research papers

The research fellows of Research Center for Culture, Arts, and Humanities (RCCAH) published their research-related books and creative works on various publications and anthologies, both international and local, during the first term of Academic Year 2018-2019.


Center for Creative Writing and Literary Studies resident fellow Assoc. Prof. John Jack Wigley, PhD released his latest book of short stories entitled, “Hantong: Mga Kuwento,” while Mr. Paul Castillo launched his first book of poems entitled “Walang Isang Salita”. Castillo recently bagged the first place in Tula category in the Carlos Palanca Memorial Award held last September 2018; and Mr. Emmanuel de Leon, PhD, from Department of Philosophy, launched his first book entitled “Mga Tomasino sa Pilosopiyang Filipino”.

De Leon also bagged the Julian Cruz Balmaseda Awardee in 2018 and was feted “Aklat ng Bayan Awtor ng 2019” by the Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino for his dissertation, on which his book was based.

Research Papers

Asst. Prof. Henry Felix Herrera of Architectural Studies published his work entitled, “Sampaloc Skywalk: An Innovative and Alternative Pedestrianization Strategy Along Espana Boulevard” on the issue of Manila, a research journal of National Commission for Culture and Arts Studies Conference. Meanwhile, RCCAH resident fellow Dr. Jorge Mojarro Romero’s work entitled “La linguistica misionera y las polemicas identitarias: la Obra del P.Marcilla” appeared on Archivo Agustiniano de Villadolid.

Moreover, Romero’s research paper entitled “El estudio de la literatura Hispanofilipina durante el siglo XX” appeared on the second issue of El Colegio de Mexico’s Nueva Revista de Filologia Hispanica.

Lastly, RCCAH resident fellow Assoc. Prof. Ma. Alexandra Inigo Chua, PhD, contributed three chapters for Saysay Himig, a coursebook on Philippine Music History.

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