Course Title: Philippine Arts and Culture Course Description



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Course Title: Philippine Arts and Culture

Course Description: Approaches to Philippine arts and culture

The course aims to:



  1. Broaden the understanding of the relationship of Philippine art and culture

  2. Provide an overview of critical approaches in the study of Philippine art and culture

  3. Reinforce a sense of being Filipino through the arts and humanities

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course, students should be able to:



  1. Apply critical approaches in the study of Philippine art and culture;

  2. Examine issues in Philippine art in various contexts; and

  3. Analyze the interrelationship of the arts and disciplines in the Philippine experience.

Course Outline:

  1. The Relationship of Philippine Art and Culture

Historical contexts of understanding art and culture

Art as representation of culture

Art as construct and the negotiated meaning of culture


  1. Critical Approaches to Art and Culture

Historical

Anthropological

Sociological

Psychological

Formalism and Semiotics

Cultural Materialism




  1. Art as Cultural Text

Art as Social Practice

Art as Popular Culture

Art and the Other Disciplines


  1. The Local and Global Contexts of Philippine Arts

Art and the Regions

Art and the Nation

Art in Diaspora

Art and Transnationalism



References: (Faculty may draw their reading requirements from this list or may add their own)

Abad, Gemino, Ed. A Native Clearing: Filipino Poetry and Verse From English from the ‘50s to the



present. Quezon City: University of the Philippine Press, 1994.

---------. A Habit of Shores. Filipino Poetry and Verse From English, ‘60s to the ‘90s. Quezon

City: University of the Philippine Press, 1999.



-----------. Upon Our Own Ground. Filipino Short Stories in English, 1956-1972 (2 volumes). Quezon

City: University of the Philippine Press, 2008.



---------- and Hidalgo, Cristina, Eds. The Likhaan Anthology of Philippine Literature in English from

1900 to the Present. Quezon City: University of the Philippine Press, 1998.

----------- and Manlapaz, Edna, Eds. Man of Earth: An Anthology of Filipino Poetry and Verse From



English, 1905 – mid 1950s. Quezon City: Ateneo De Manila University Press, 1989

Abueg, et al. Mga Agos sa Disyerto. Mandaluyong: National Bookstore, Inc, 1974.

Almario, Virgilio. Taludtod at Talinghaga: Mga Sangkap ng Katutubong Pagtula. Pasig City: Anvil,

1991.


Appadurai, Arjun. The Social Life of Things. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986.

Barry, Coeli. “Introduction.” In The Many Ways of Being Muslim: Fiction by Muslim Filipinos.

Ed by Coeli Barry. Manila: Anvil, 2008.

Barthes, Roland. Mythologies, Hill and Wang, 1972.

Cañete, Reuben R. Ed. Suri-Sining: The Art Studies Anthology. Manila: The Art Studies Foundation,

2011.


Carreon, et al. mga editor. Sigwa: Isang Antolohiya ng Maikling Kuwento. Lungsod Quezon: UP Press,

1992.


CCP Encyclopedia of Philippine Art. (All volumes). Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1994.

Chua, Jonathan. The Critical Villa: Essays in Literary Criticism. Quezon City: Ateneo De Manila

University Press, 2003.

De La Paz, Cecilia and Patrick D. Flores. Sining at Lipunan. Quezon City: Sentro ng Wikang Filipino,

2014.

Encarnacion, Rosario and Rodrigo Perez III. Folk Architecture. QC: GCF Books, 1989.



Enriquez, Elizabeth, issue editor, “Media and Gender Identity,” Plaridel Journal: A Philippine Journal

of Media, Communication, and Society. 10:2. 2013.

Fernandez, Doreen. Palabas: Essays in Philippine Theater History. Quezon City: Ateneo De Manila

University Press, 1996.

Garcia, J Neil and Remoto, Danton, Eds. Ladlad: An Anthology of Philippine Gay Writing. Pasig City:

Anvil Publishing, 2007.

Gatbonton, Juan, et.al. Eds. Art Philippines. Pasig: Cruxible Workshop, 1992.

Gonzalez, N.V.M. “Kalutang: A Filipino in the World.” In Work on the Mountain. Quezon City:

The UP Press, 1995.

Guillermo, Alice. Sculpture in the Philippine: From Anito to Assemblage and Other Essays, Manila:

Metropolitan Museum of Manila, 1991.

Hau, Caroline. Necessary Fictions: Philippine Literature and the Nation. Ateneo De Manila University

Press, 2000.

Hernandez, Eloisa. Digital Cinema in the Philippines 1999-2009. Quezon City: University of the

Philippines Press, UP College of Mass Communication, 2014.

Hidalgo, Cristina. Looking for the Philippines: Travel Essays. Quezon City: UP Press, 2009.

_______. “Fabulists and Chroniclers” and “New Tales for Old.” In Fabulists and Chroniclers.

Quezon City: The UP Press, 2008.

________. “Genre Fiction, Pinay Style.” In Over a Cup of Ginger Tea: Conversations on the Literary



Narratives of Filipino Women. Quezon City: The UP Press, 2006.

Igloria, Luisa. “Writing from the Filipino Diaspora. ” In Not Home, But Here: Writing from the Filipino



Diaspora. Manila: Anvil, 2003.

Jurilla, Patricia May. Tagalog Bestsellers of the Twentieth Century. Ateneo De Manila University

Press, 2009.

Karp, Ivan and Steven Lavine, eds. Exhibiting Cultures. Smithsonian Institutions, 1991.

Layton, Robert. The Anthropology of Art. 2d ed. Cambridge: Cambridge U Press, 1991.

Lico, Gerarld, Arkitekturang Filipino: A History of Architecture and Urbanism in the Philippines. QC:

UP Press, 2008.

Lopez, Salvador P. Literature And Society. University Publishing Co., 1940.

Lumbera, Bienvenido. Revaluation: Essays on Philippine Literature, Cinema and Popular Culture.

Quezon City: Index Press, 1984.

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----------. Tagalog Poetry, 1570-1898. Quezon City: Ateneo De Manila University Press, 1986.

----------. Writing the Nation: Pag-akda ng Bansa. Quezon City: University of the

Philippine Press, 2000.

----------- and Lumbera, Cynthia, eds. Philippine Literature: A History and Anthology. Pasig City: Anvil

Publication, 1997.

Maceda, Jose. Gongs and Bamboo: A Panorama of Philippine Music Instruments, Quezon City: UP

Press, 1998.

Manuud, Antonio. Brown Heritage; Essays on Philippine Cultural Traditions and Literature. Quezon

City, Ateneo University Press, 1967.

Mojares, Resil. Origins and Rise of the Filipino Novel. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press,

1983.


Mulder, Niels. Inside Philippine Society: Interpretations of Everyday Life. Quezon City: New Day,

1998.


Ong, Charson. “A Bridge Too Far: Thoughts on Chinese Filipino Writing.” In Intsik: An

Anthology of Chinese Filipino Writing. Ed. Caroline Hau. Manila: Anvil, 2000.

Pison, Ruth. Alternative Histories: Martial Law Novels as Counter-memory. University of the

Philippines Press, 2005.

Reyes, Soledad. From Darna to Zsazsa Zaturnah. Essays on Literature and Popular Culture. Pasig City:

Anvil Publishing Co., 2009.

--------- . “Introduction.” Narratives of Note. Manila: UST Press, 2012.

______. “The Novel (2008) and it’s Context.” Narratives of Note. Manila: UST Press, 2012.

Sakili, Abraham, Space and Identity: Expressions in the Culture, Arts and Society of the



Muslims in the Philippines, 2003.

Salanga, Alfredo Navarro et. al. eds. Kamao: Panitikan ng Protesta 1970-1986.  Manila : Center for

Literature, Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1987.

Scott, William Henry, Barangay: 16th Century Philippine Culture and Society. Quezon City: Ateneo de

Manila University Press, 1994.

Teodoro, Luis V. In Media Res: In the Middle of Things, Essays on the Philippine Press and Media.

Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, UP College of Mass Communication, 2012.

Tiongson, Nicanor G., issue editor, “Media and History,” Plaridel Journal: A Philippine Journal of



Media, Communication, and Society. 10:1. 2013.

---------, Ed. Tuklas Sining: Essays on Philippine Arts. Manila: Cultural Center of the Philippines, 1992.

---------, Ed. The Urian Anthology: 2000-2009, The Rise of the Philippine New Wave Indie Film.

Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 2013.

Tolentino, Rolando at Josefina M.C. Santos. Media at Lipunan. Quezon City: University of the

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-----, issue editor, “Queer Media and Representations,“ Plaridel Journal: A Philippine Journal of

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Activities
The course will involve the following activities: reading literary texts, listening to music, watching films or videos, theater plays, music concerts and dance performances, visits to galleries and museums, experiencing artistic structures and works in the immediate environment, and cultural mapping. A short community integration/educational integration for research purposes and field trip to artistic/cultural sites is recommended.


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