INDEX
Page numbers in italics indicate illustrations or photographs.
Act 74 (1901), 11
African American and African diaspora
studies, 8; feminist scholarship in, 17,
108, 116
African Americans, racism and, 159
Agoncillo, Teodoro, 156
Aguilar, Delia, 211
Aguinaldo, Emilio, 43, 46, 46–47, 123,
243n26
Agustin, Marcos V. ‘‘Marking,’’ 167, 171–
78, 180–82, 254n58
Agustin, Yay. See Panlilio, Yay
Ahmad, Dohra, 116
Alfon, Estrella, 64, 65
Almedilla, Joan, 224
Alzona, Encarnación, 157, 162, 212
American studies, 7–8, 14–15, 16–17,
237–38n10, 239n27
American Studies Association, 239n27
Amorsolo, Fernando, 248n76
Amos, Tori, 219
Anderson, Benedict: ‘‘Forms of Con-
sciousness in Noli Me Tangere,’’ 246n25;
‘‘Hard to Imagine,’’ 247n27; Imagined
Communities, 246n18; The Spectre of Com-
parisons, 16, 71, 76
An-Lim, Jaime: ‘‘The Filipino Rebel,’’ 112,
249n4
Anthony, Susan B., 21
Anzaldúa, Gloria, 198
Aquino, Benigno, 228
Arguilla, Lydia: Fruto’s tribute to, 62–64;
omission from canon, 65; ‘‘Our Men
Writers Are Not So Hot’’ (with Lopez),
61–62; Panlilio’s letter to, 167–68,
178–79
Arguilla, Manuel: Fruto’s tribute to, 62–
64; place in canon, 65, 238n24
Army Forces Western Pacific
(afwespac), 167–68
Arrizón, Alicia, 85
Arroyo, Gloria Macapagal, 189
Asian American studies: feminist scholar-
ship in, 17–18, 107–8, 116; of Japanese
occupation, 153–54; literary canon,
192; tensions with Pacific studies, 15;
topics in, 146; transnational studies,
14–15, 239n26
Asociación Feminista Filipina, 20, 105,
209, 211
Association for Asian American Studies,
15
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