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- 2018 [published 2020]. Review of <i>State and Society in the Philippines</i> (2nd ed.) by Patricio N. Abinales and Donna J. Amoroso. <i>Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies</i> 33 (2): 125-133. [https://www.journals.upd.edu.ph/index.php/kasarinlan/article/view/7070/6155]
  
 
- with Joel Ariate Jr. 2019. "Internal Affairs: The Fate of Authors from the University of the Philippines Accused of Plagiarism, 1990s to 2010s." <i>Science Editing</i> 6 (2): 128-136. [https://www.escienceediting.org/upload/kcse-173.pdf]  
 
- with Joel Ariate Jr. 2019. "Internal Affairs: The Fate of Authors from the University of the Philippines Accused of Plagiarism, 1990s to 2010s." <i>Science Editing</i> 6 (2): 128-136. [https://www.escienceediting.org/upload/kcse-173.pdf]  

Latest revision as of 02:04, 19 March 2020

Miguel Paolo P. Reyes is a university research associate at the Third World Studies Center, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines Diliman. He is an associate editor of Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies, and served as a managing editor of Asian Democracy Review (currently on a publication hiatus). Prior to joining TWSC in January 2010, he had been an assistant in research and/or publications projects of other research institutes in UP. As researcher-in-charge for the Asian Democracy Index project in the Philippines[1], he (co-)authored a number of papers on the state of Philippine democratization within the administration Benigno Aquino III. His recent work includes research on the Marcos regime—resulting in publications, both academic and popular, on state propaganda and historical revisionism in favor of the Marcoses—and the political economy of rail-based mass transit in the Metro Manila. Having a degree in comparative literature from the University of the Philippines Diliman, he also writes—and writes about—speculative fiction.

Academic Publications

- 2018 [published 2020]. Review of State and Society in the Philippines (2nd ed.) by Patricio N. Abinales and Donna J. Amoroso. Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies 33 (2): 125-133. [1]

- with Joel Ariate Jr. 2019. "Internal Affairs: The Fate of Authors from the University of the Philippines Accused of Plagiarism, 1990s to 2010s." Science Editing 6 (2): 128-136. [2]

- 2018. "Producing Ferdinand E. Marcos, the Scholarly Author." Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints 66 (2): 173-218. [3]

- with Ricardo Jose. 2012/2013 [published 2017]. "Why Marcos Pa Rin! [editors’ introduction]." Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies 27(1-2)-28(1-2): 1-18. [4]

- with Claire Berja [Clarinda Lusterio Berja]. 2016. “Stagnant Democratization in the Face of Resilient Elites.” In Keewoong Lee (ed.), Democracy in Asia: Change, Reality and Tasks, 2011-2014, 42-57. Seoul: Korea Democracy Foundation.

- with Clarinda Lusterio Berja and Joshua Hans B. Baquiran. 2015. "Arrested Corruption, Deepening Democracy? The 2014 CADI Asian Democracy Index Survey in the Philippines." Asian Democracy Review 4, 91-110. [5]

- with Clarinda Lusterio Berja and Joshua Hans B. Baquiran. 2014. "Democratization Halfway Through the Term of Another President Aquino: The 2013 ADI Survey in the Philippines. Asian Democracy Review 3, 127-149. [6]

- with Clarinda Lusterio-Berja and Erika M. Rey-Saturay. 2013. "Regressing, Stagnant, or Progressing? The 2012 CADI Asian Democracy Index Survey in the Philippines. Asian Democracy Review 1, 134-180. [7]

- 2013. “El Filibusterismo and Jose Rizal as ‘Science Fictionist.’” Humanities Diliman 10(2), 29-55. [8]

- with Clarinda Lusterio-Berja and Ma. Celine Anastacia P. Socrates. 2012. “The CADI Asian Democracy Index: 2011 Country Report – The Philippines.” Asian Democracy Review 1, 134-180. [9]

- 2012. “Rating Philippine Democratization: A Review of Democratization Metrics.” Asian Democracy Review 1, 182-198. Research note. [10]

- 2011. “‘Southeast Asian Perspectives on Food Sovereignty:’ Outcomes and Observations.” Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies 26 (1-2), 223-251. Workshop synthesis. [11]

Fiction

- 2018 (November 30). 820 [story number]. Nanoism. Short story [flash fiction]. [12]

- 2018 (October 26). 815 [story number]. Nanoism. Short story [flash fiction]. [13]

- 2018 (May 9). 793 [story number]. Nanoism. Short story [flash fiction]. [14]

- 2018 (March 4). “Somewhere in Central Manila, for Under a Minute on Christmas Eve.” Sunday Times Magazine, F2. Short story. [15]

- 2017. "Sa Mundong Disente't Dalisay." Diliman Review 61(2), 104-116. [16]

- 2017 (November 8). 768 [story number]. Nanoism. Short story [flash fiction]. [17]

- 2017. “Strike.” Plural: An Online Prose Journal 6, 144-158. Short story. [18]

- 2015. “Isang Ulit Pa.” Plural: An Online Prose Journal 3, 57-60. Short story. [19]

Creative Non-fiction

- 2017. “Vignettes of East Asia in a Year of Transition.” Asian Studies: Journal of Critical Perspectives on Asia, 115-119. [20]

Awards and Recognitions

Gawad Tsanselor sa Natatanging REPS (2015)

References