Thursday, November 27, 2014

Aghamtao 23

Aghamtao: Journal of the Ugnayang Pang-Aghamtao, Inc. (UGAT) / Anthropological Association of the Philippines
Volume 23 / 2014

Rethinking and Remaking Forms of Knowledge 

A Disappearing Tradition: Gapas (Cotton, Gossypmium hirsutum) as Textile and Medicine in Santander, Cebu
Zona Hildegarde S. Amper

Cosmology of Mandaya
Emmanuel S. Nabayra

Traditional Ecological Knowledge of the Wild Yam buloy (Dioscorea divaricata) and its value to the Magbukun Ayta Community
Ma. Dolores Tongco 
Will McClatchey 
Eulalio Malicsi 
Miguel Quitain 
Alberto Malunic 
Mercedes Cayetano 
Josefina Alejo 
Berlinda Restum 
Emilita Restum, and the 
Magbukun Ayta Community

Ati Migration and Trade in Ethnomedicines in Cebu
Bonifacio M. Amper Jr.

Anthropology of, for and with design: A Philippine Perspective
Pamela G. Cajilig 
Diego S. Maranan

Appropriations and Adjustments: Badjau Indigenous Laws amidst Philippine State Laws
Robert V. Panaguiton

The Politics of Generosity: Traffic in Goods Resistance and the Crafting of Selves within the Contemporary Transnational Filipino Household
Clement Castigador Camposano


Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Aghamtao 23


A message from the AghamTao Editorial Board:

Dear UGAT Conference Participants, fellow UGAT members, and others in the anthropology community,

Greetings of peace, good cheer, and our best wishes for 2014!

This is to invite you to submit an article for AghamTao, the official journal of the Ugnayang Pang-AghamTao, Inc.

We encourage you to engage the theme of the issue (Forms of Knowledge: the Critical Work of Anthropology). Articles should be accompanied by an abstract of not more than 250 words. The minimum length for an article submission is 3,000 words. For referencing style please consult previous issues of AghamTao (Vols. 16-22).

The deadline is on or before February 28, 2014. Please email submissions in MS Word .doc format to both the following addresses: , with “AghamTao Vol. 23 Submission” on the subject line.

AghamTao is a peer-reviewed journal with CHED accreditation. The regular issue is launched in October during the annual conference and is also one of the benefits of membership in the UGAT.

Thank you and we are looking forward to your submissions!