Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific
Monograph 1: The Philippines at the Turn of the Sixteenth Century




First published November 2011
Copyright © Malcolm W. Mintz 2011
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National Library of Australia
Cataloguing-in-publication entry
Mintz, Malcolm W. (Malcolm Warren), 1941-

The Philippines at the turn of the sixteenth century
with particular reference to the Bikol region

Bibliography ISBN: 978-0-646-56819-5


Introduction
Contents
  1. War and conflict
  2. Food
  3. Christianity
  4. Crime and punishment
  5. Childhood
  6. Rice
  7. Money, Weights and Measures
  8. Jewellery and Body Ornamentation
  9. Metals and Metalworking
  10. Health and Personal Hygiene
  11. Fibre, Cloth and Clothing
  12. Stars and Seasons
Bibliography


Malcolm Mintz received his PhD in Linguistics at the University of Hawai'i where he also did a minor in Southeast Asian Studies. Subsequently he spent three years teaching Linguistics at University Sains Malaysia in Penang and, until the year 2000, was employed at Murdoch University where he developed and coordinated a program of Malay and Indonesian language. Since then Dr. Mintz has been an Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Asian Studies, University of Western Australia. Dr Mintz has also taught in the United States, the Philippines and Papua New Guinea. He carries out research on Malay and Indonesian as well as the Philippines and has published a number of books and articles related to these areas.


Cover Design: Malcolm W Mintz
Cover Image: A page from Marcos de Lisboa, Vocabulario de la lengua Bicol, Pueblo de Sampaloc: Convento de Nuestra Señora de Loreto, 1754, p. 665.

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