About the Journal
The Cordillera Review is an open-access internationally refereed electronic journal published biannually by the University of the Philippines through its research arm, the Cordillera Studies Center. It is a multidisciplinary journal devoted to the publication of both local and international studies on Philippine culture and society. Given the geographical location and research about the Cordillera Region and other parts of Northern Luzon, Philippines. However, it encourages submission of national and global comparative studies and papers that contribute to the debate on theoretical and methodological approaches to the study of indigenous and upland societies such as in issues of:
- ethnicity and identity politics
- systems of representation
- political economy of language, literature and culture
- history and political dynamics
- cultural policy
- environmental politics
- diasporic practices
- artistic and intellectual traditions, etc.
Although it cannot accommodate scientific or empirical papers in the hard sciences, the journal welcomes articles on science and technology that illuminate issues and concerns in Philippine society especially in indigenous communities in the country and elsewhere in the world.
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International Editorial BoardJon Hendrik Zeigler Remme, PhD
University of Oslo, NorwayOona Paredes, PhD
University of California Los Angeles, USAB. Lynne Milgram, PhD
OCAD University, CanadaDeirdre McKay, PhD
Keele University, United KingdomYeoh Seng Guan, PhD
Monash University, MalaysiaPriscilla S. Macansantos, PhD
University of the Philippines BaguioSantos Jose O. Dacanay III, PhD
University of the Philippines BaguioJunley L. Lazaga
University of the Philippines Baguio
International Advisory BoardWilfredo V. Alangui, PhD
Professor, University of the Philippines BaguioMaria Nela B. Florendo
Professor, University of the Philippines BaguioDorothea Hilhorst, PhD
Professor, Erasmus University Rotterdam, NetherlandsElsa Stamatopoulou, PhD
Professor, Columbia University, USA
In alignment with the University of the Philippines’ “principal responsibility to provide a favourable environment to explore knowledge for the benefit of the public in general” as articulated in the University’s Intellectual Property Rights Policy of 2011, The Cordillera Review provides open access to all its content. To ensure and facilitate access for readers and researchers, articles are available for viewing and download from the TCR website, provided that the end user observes proper citation of the Journal as original source and that the downloaded material is neither modified nor used for commercial purposes. The Cordillera Review, published by the University of the Philippines Baguio through its research arm, the Cordillera Studies Center, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.