Jeepneys - The Places They've Been

Maybe this isn't the best topic for a podcast episode, but Marcy loves Jeepneys. So you think she would have known more about the subject before doing this episode? Nope. It's not something you might be inclined to think about.


Sources:
1. Otsuka, Keijiro, et al. “Community and Market in Contract Choice: The Jeepney in the Philippines.” Economic Development and Cultural Change, vol. 34, no. 2, 1986, pp. 279–298., doi:10.1086/451528.
2. Syed, Saira. “End of the Road for Jeepneys in the Philippines?” BBC News, BBC, 30 July 2013, www.bbc.com/news/business-23352851.

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The Frog Princess

How about story time? What about one you already know? Or that is--at least--familiar....


Sources:
1. "The Frog Princess" inRamos, Maximo D. Philippine Myths, Legends, and Folktales. Phoenix Pub. House, 1990. pg 33-36

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The Buried Treasure

How about story time?


Sources:
1. Ramos, Maximo D. Philippine Myths, Legends, and Folktales. Phoenix Pub. House, 1990.


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The Danger of Noli Me Tangere

Today, Marcy bring up what she sees as one of the main (and most dangerous when the book was released) themes of this culture defining novel.

Not so much Good vs Evil but Real vs Appearance.
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Reflections on Maria Clara

There's one character of Noli Me Tangere that stood out to Marcy, so she wantes to take the time to talk about that today.

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Kapampangan Origins - The Cusp of New Horizons

Today, Marcy is going to finish up the last of the origin myths, but it's alright because it's ending on a grand note, perspective wise. While also laying down the ground work for all that is coming next on this feed.

See you on April 25th!

Source:
https://www.aswangproject.com/formation-of-the-world-kapampangan-mythology/

New PODCAST!!!!! The Oracle of Dusk

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Kapampangan Origins - Looking Elsewhere

[It wasn't just life this time... It was also a research issue, but I made it work, I hope.]

And so begins our last origin story. As Marcy expands her scope upwards to the universe. And across the island, you could say.
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It's Almost Like Romeo and Juliet...

[Welp, life happened again... ] It was supposed to be the month of love, so that meant closing out with a love story. A tragic one involving a man who loved his country and a great deal of women. Jose Rizal was a playboy, yes, but there's always the girl that got away... Or was taken away by disapproving parents. Therein lies the tragedy.

Sources:
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https://news.abs-cbn.com/ancx/culture/spotlight/12/30/18/all-the-girls-rizal-loved-before
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Interlude #5 - Valentine's Day

It's the season of love. So what does Valentine's Day mean to Filipinos? Well, it's a familiar sentiment to be sure.

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Loves of Long Ago

It's February! The month of love... It shouldn't be. There should be other things for that, but here we are. Trying to make the most of it. So let's start with a legend, shall we? Legendary dating types, am I right? (Definitely not)

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Mindanao Origins Part 2 - Still on Shaky Ground

Today, Marcy tries to finish up a story that resists being told. But being assembled in the wrong way, it seems.

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Mindanao (Uncertain and misplaced...) Origins

Today: an origin story that doesn't quite fit right. It seems like things are perpetually going array in this podcast corner... And yet, Marcy finds yet a new kind of problem along her way. Just kidding, H. Otley Beyer has disappointed her before. OF COURSE, he managed it again.

Source:
Origin Myths Among the Mountain Peoples of the Philippines by H. Otley Beyer

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Interlude #4 - A Christmas Special

Marcy wants to try to explain all Filipino Christmas traditions in one shot. Yeah... we were skeptical too, but she thinks she can pull it off.

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A Christmas-y Origin Story

'Tis the season. But we were also talking about origin stories, right? Luckily Marcy has a compromise. So let her tell you a story of a trip to the Philippines gone awry, that laid the foundtion for this podcast, and happened around Christmas!

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Ilocano Origins Part 2 - The Adventures Continue

Today, Marcy tells you a little bit more about the Ilocano people and tells you some more stories about Aran and Angalo. Not in the order. But also in that order. Let's take this chance to mix it up a little bit.

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Ilocano Origins - Meet Aran and Angalo

We've got another origins story for you! The Ilocano have a different type of story, though. They have many little ones and some larger than life characters.

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Interlude #3 - Something Spooky

Would it be a true thirteenth episode if something didn't go wrong in production right? Who knows? Anyway, in honor of Halloween here's a story about a Filipino ghost: the White Lady. Something scary this way comes. Are your car doors locked?

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Ipugao Origins Part 2 - New Days Ahead

Today, it's part 2 of the (assembled) Ipugao creation story as well as some other aspects of their beginnings, like a society you've never heard about and a revolt.

A shallow dive yes, but there's always time for more later.
Cole, Mabel Cook. Philippine Folk Tales (Chicago: A. C. McClurg and Company, 1916), pp. 99-101.
Beyer, H. Otley. ORIGIN MYTHS AMONG THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLES OF THE PHILIPPINES (From the Division of Ethnology, Bureau of Science, Manila, P. I.)


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Ipugao (Igorot) Creation: A Tale from the Mountain

Today, Marcy is bringing you an origin story, free without the troubles she ran into last time. Maybe she's got a different set of issues, but you know... she's come to expect that...

Sources:
Mabel Cook Cole, Philippine Folk Tales (Chicago: A. C. McClurg and Company, 1916), pp. 99-101.
Origin Myths Among the Mountain People of the Philippines by H. Otley Beyer (From the Division of Ethnology, Bureau of Science, Manila, P. I.)

And check out The Aswang Project www.aswangproject.com if you want to find some stories for yourself
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Interlude #2 - Tongues

There's an elephant in the room... Or so Marcy thinks, but none of you have seemed to notice. Still, she wants to talk about it now.

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