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ISBN:9712705935
Author: Vicente L. Rafael,Ambeth R. Ocampo
ISBN13: 978-9712705939
Title: Luna's Moustache
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Language: English
Publisher: Anvil Publications, Philippines (1997)
Pages: 220

Luna's Moustache by Vicente L. Rafael,Ambeth R. Ocampo



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He served as the Chairman of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (2002-2011) and concurrently Chairman of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts in (2005-2007).

7. 67 beğenme · . 74 kişi bunun hakkında konuşuyor. Filipino historian, journalist, and author. 20 Şubat, 11:30 ·. Herkese Açık. 14 Yorum · Haberin Tam Boyutu. Place of Bonifacio's execution as I found it in 1997 (it has since been renovated into a theme park-resort).

He became the chair of the Philippines' National Historical Institute in 2002 and of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts in 2005. Ocampo has won three National Book Awards for the Essay, Literary HIstory, and Bibliography and a Premio Manuel Bernabe awarded by the then Centro Cultural de la Embajada de Espana en Filipinas.

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Quote of the day. Training is everything. The peach was once a bitter almond; cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education. Known for: Rizal Without the Overcoat (1990). Bonifacio's bolo (1995). Luna's moustache (1997). Mabini's ghost (1995). Meaning and history (2001).

The task of awakening the past to the concerns of the present is of course the avowed concern of every historian. But with Ambeth, this act of communing with the dead weight of the past tends to focus on an obsessive, one might even say fetishistic, delight in the details of everyday life. This brings us to (one of the qualities) of Ambeth's essays: the careful attention they devote to the common, the overlooked, the ordinary, what we might think of as the splendid basura of the archives: the sari-sari, the tira-tira, the anu-ano, as well as the diumano of the past... In other words, Ambeth sees history not only as a set of documents to be decoded but as an entire array of objects to be fondled and felt. Yet rather than order these objects into a static, museum-like classifactory system, he lets them simply hang, suspended between speculation and and spectatle. In this way, his concern with the everyday and the ordinary yields a veritable historical sensorium that restores to the past its haunting, not-quite-dead-nor-alive quality.