This publication lists in Part 1 the names, qualifications and interests of Filipinists in Australia and a few former residents who have made significant contributions to Philippine studies in Australia and/or continue to take an active interest in such studies.
Part 2 lists Dissertations on the Philippines undertaken at Australian Universities, with a small section of theses undertaken at Universities outside of Australia by people who are currently residing in Australia, or who are former residents who have made significant contributions to Philippine studies in Australia and/or continue to take an active interest in such studies.
Part 3 is an extensive bibliography of both published and unpublished material generated by primarily people listed in Parts 1 and 2. This material is grouped under particular classifications. Index/Keywords included.
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About the Author
Dr. Paul Mathews is an anthropologist and sociologist who has worked on Philippine issues for 25 years, and also spent 2 years in Taiwan. He has written extensively about Philippine society and culture in such areas as health, gender relations and sexuality, values, and economic development. He is currently freelancing, following a Research Fellowship at the Australian National University. He is Secretary of the Philippine Studies Association of Australasia, and former Managing Editor of Pilipinas, A Journal of Philippine Studies.