Familiar Concepts, New Contexts

This week, Marcy returns to Tagalog mythology to showcase the daughters of a very familiar figure. Maybe too familiar, but don't worry about for now.


Sources:
1. Jocano, F. "Notes on Philippine Divinities," Philippine Folk Literature: The Myth, Daminan Eugenio, UP Press, 2001. https://www.asj.upd.edu.ph/mediabox/archive/ASJ-06-02-1968/jocano-notes-philippine-divinities.pdf
2. “Bathala's Daughters: The Demigods Mayari, Hanan & Tala.” THE ASWANG PROJECT, 14 May 2018, www.aswangproject.com/bathalas-daughters-demigods-mayari-hanan-tala/.

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Jose Rizal - A Beginning in His Own Way

Welcome to Season 2. Marcy starts it off by looking at a pretty important (and very familiar) historical figure, Jose Rizal and seeks to explain one reason why--in her mind--he was so important.


Sources:
1. Francia, Luis H. “José Rizal: A Man for All Generations.” The Antioch Review, vol. 72, no. 1, 2014, p. 44., doi:10.7723/antiochreview.72.1.0044.
2. Jose Rizal's entry on the Encyclopedia Brittanica.
3. Jackson, Michael. The Politics of Storytelling: Violence, Transgression, and Intersubjectivity. Museum Tusculanum Press, 2006.
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