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Pingkian Volume 6, Number 1 (September 2021)

Format: 
Size: 
102 pages
ISBN: 
2244-3142
Publisher: 
Year: 
2021
Price:
$15.00 (CAD)

This journal will be available to ship in early November

pingkian

noun \piŋ-kē-ən\

* flint

* nom de plume of revolutionary Emilio Jacinto

* metaphor for struggle

 

From the Philippines, PINGKIAN (piŋ-kē-ən), Journal for Emancipatory and Anti-imperialist Education, is published by the Congress of Teachers/Educators for Nationalism and Democracy (CONTEND) and the International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS) Commission 11: Struggles of teachers and other education workers against imperialism and for an alternative future. A PDF version of this journal can also be downloaded from https://pingkianjournal.wordpress.com/

 

Table of Contents, Volume 6 Number 1

Editor’s Note
Ma. Diosa Labiste

Keynote Addresses
Engels and Lenin: Theorists of the General Antagonism
J. Moufawad-Paul

Engels and Lenin, Two great revolutionaries: Their Relevance to the Philippine National Democratic Struggle
Julieta de Lima

Articles
Nationalism in History Writing: Revisiting Teodoro A. Agoncillo and the Nationalists After Him
Francisco Jayme Paolo A. Guiang

Panel Proceedings
A Panel Discussion on Friedrich Engels’s The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State
Ma. Diosa Labiste, Gert Ranjo-Libang, Donna Miranda, Judy Taguiwalo

Reviews
Jose Maria Sison’s On the Philosophy of Marxism-Leninism-Maoism
Jerry Imbong

Jose Maria Sison’s Critique of Philippine Economy and Politics
Phoebe Zoe Maria Sanchez

Graduation Address
Padayon ta sa Pakigbisog: A Challenge and Message of Lumad youth
Chricelyn Empong, Jose Monfred Sy, Tilde Acuña Parangal

Para Kay Rjei Manalo (1990-2020)
Ana Christina M. Bibal, Anca Paje, Tilde Acuña

Call For Papers

 

 

The cover

“Food for revolutionary thought & practice” (Tilde Acuña, 2021) 8.25” x 5.875” metallic pen on black board paper. The work re-draws a painting by Parts Bagani, guerrilla & artist, who was recently murdered by military and police operatives in South Cotabato. To complement CONTEND’s celebration of the lives & works of Lenin and Engels in this issue of PINGKIAN, this rendering adds two comrades into the frame, reading digital and physical copies of Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism & The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State, while waiting for sinaing (cooked rice).