Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Aghamtao 21

Aghamtao: Journal of the Ugnayang Pang-Aghamtao, Inc. (UGAT) / Anthropological Association of the Philippines
Volume 21 / 2012


Agham Taong Kaagapay:
Anthropology Cares for its Publics

Articles 

Engaging with the OFW’s in Hongkong: How was it public anthropology?
Enrique G. Oracion

Playing with money, gambling with life: Mahjong and cardgames in the “Looban” Mlang North Cotabato
Maria Stella R. Salazar

The Appropriation of Anthropology in Market Research: Dilemmas and possibilities of an Asian practitioner
Pamela Gloria Cajilig

Training Iraya Mangyan community working groups in ethnography: Anthropology and the CADT process
Diana Josefa O. San Jose

Tungo sa kultura ng pakikisangkot Isang Pagninilay sa Pagpapalakas ng Katutubong Lente ng Antropolohiya
Jane DC. Austria-Young

Reflections on the recently concluded peace accord among the Banwaons of Agusan del Sur
Maria Easterluna S. Canoy

Source

http://www.css.pssc.org.ph/

ISSN: 0188-4857

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Agta Cimaron Agta Tabangnon of Donsol

September  8, 2012

UGNAYANG PANG-AGHAM TAO, INC.

To whom it may concern,

Good day!

I am a nephew of Milagros Tonga Musa or "lola lagring" (as many addressed her) from Dancalan, Donsol, Sorsogon one of the members of your respected association way back 1980's according to her. She became one of the researchers during her time when she was with your association. I am glad and proud when I have learned that she also contributed her studies and researches that was sponsored by your association here in Bicol. She authored the book "Agta Cimaron Agta Tabangnon of Donsol" in 80's respectively ( my apology if I don't give the exact title). At present, she is still an active chieftain here in Bicol. Since her personal copy of her book was lost many years ago by a certain agta member here in Bicol, she was really upset and dissapointed of its lost. I saw her eagerness and willingness to have a copy again of her book that is why I don't waste a time writing you about this. I would like to help my "auntie" have a copy of the book again. Now that she was around 60 years old I want her to be happy and this is the only way I believe would make her really happy.

With full of hope that my wish would be granted with the help of this e-mail, it is our pleasure if you give us another copy and recognize her as a member whom once gave a big contribution to your association and to the agta community as well.

God bless and more power!

Respectfully yours,


Hilda T. Nacion
nephew