The Cordillera Review

The official research journal of the University of the Philippines Baguio. TCR is a multidisciplinary journal devoted to studies on Philippine culture and society. Given the geographical location and research thrust of the University of the Philippines Baguio, TCR puts an emphasis on research pertaining to the Cordillera region and other parts of Northern Luzon, Philippines. It encourages submission of comparative studies and papers that contribute to the debate on theoretical and methodological approaches to the study of indigenous and upland societies. It also accepts reviews of recent publications related to Cordillera and Philippine Studies. Although it cannot accommodate scientific or empirical papers in the hard sciences, the journal welcomes articles on science and technology that relate to Philippine issues and concerns.

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The Cordillera Review Volume 3 Numbers 1 and 2

March - September 2011
Governance Issues and the NCIP
ALEJANDRO N. CIENCIA, JR.

Exploring the Financial Footprints of NCIP
SANTOS JOSÉ O. DACANAY III
Official Development Assistance and Indigenous Peoples
RAYMUNDO D. ROVILLOS
Customary Laws, Ancestral Land Titling and NCIP’s Quasi-Judicial Powers
NIMREH L. CALDE
ADSDPP as Roadmap to Sustainable Future of IP Communities
CORAZON L. ABANSI
Indigenous Peoples’ Right to Self-Governance and Empowerment
MAILEENITA A. PEÑALBA
Probing Indigenous Peoples’ Rights to Education
LEAH E. ABAYAO

 

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The Cordillera Review Volume 2 Number 2

September 2010
Gold Work, Filing and Blackened Teeth:Dental Modifications in Luzon
Thomas J. Zumbroich and Analyn Salvador-Amores

Public Finance and the Challenges of Autonomy: The Case of the Cordillera Administrative Region
Santos Jose O. Dacanay III
Imaging the Igorot in Vernacular Films Produced in the Cordillera
Ruth M. Tindaan

 

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The Cordillera Review Volume 2 Number 1

March 2010
The Buntuk Origin Myth: Explorations in Buaya Mythology
Jules De Raedt

 

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The Cordillera Review Volume 1 Number 2

September 2009
Textiles that Wrap the Dead: Some Ritual and Secular Uses of the Binaliwon Blanket of Upland Kalinga, Northern Luzon
Rikardo Shedden

Policy Innovations and Effective Local Management of Forest in the Philippine Cordillera Region
Lorelei Crisologo Mendoza
Governing Indigenous People: Indigenous Persons in Government Implementing the Indigenous Peoples' Rights Act
Padmapani L. Perez

Exploring the Capabilities of Selected Muslim Women in Baguio City, Northern Philippines
Ma. Theresa R. Milallos and Rozel Balmores

Exploring the Pangasinan-Cordillera Connection: The Pangasinenses and the Ibaloi
Erwin S. Fernandez
Filipino Writers in the United States: Toward a Contemporary Revaluation
E. SAN JUAN, JR.

 

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