Ateneo Press to launch 21 new titles in Harvest 2016


The Ateneo de Manila University Press, in cooperation with the Rizal Library, will unveil a total of 21 new books next month, a haul that includes titles on theology, history, media studies, science, and anthropology, among others, in addition to literary titles and even an illustrated guide to birdwatching.

Harvest 2016: The Ateneo de Manila University Press Grand Launch will be held on November 8, Tuesday, 4 PM, at the Rizal Library (5/F).

University President Fr. Jett Villarin, SJ, and University Press Director Karina Bolasco will lead in the ceremonial presentation of first copies to the authors, many of whom will be on hand to receive the copies. A book signing session will end the program.

The 21 titles, which will be available at 10-percent off during the launch, are:

  • Imagining the Creator God by George de Schrijver, SJ
  • Lilok ng Lilo: Mga Tula by Lamberto Antonio
  • The Second Plenary Council of the Philippines: Quo Vadis?, edited by Eric Marcelo Genilo, Agnes Brazal, and Daniel Franklin Pilario
  • Kritikal na Espasyo ng Kulturang Popular, edited by Gary Devilles and Rolando Tolentino
  • Motherless Tongues: The Insurgency of Language amid Wars of Translation by Vicente Rafael
  • The Philippines: A Natural History by Colin Rees
  • Susumaton: Oral Narratives of Leyte, edited by Merlie Alunan
  • For the Chosen Few: A Guide to Classroom Supervision by James O’Donnell, SJ
  • Batang Rizal at iba pang dula by Christine Bellen
  • Sibod: Ideology and Expressivity in Binanog Dance, Music, and Folkways of the Panay Bukidnon by Maria Christine Muyco
  • Central Banking as State Building: Policymakers and Their Nationalism in the Philippines, 1933–1964 by Yusuke Takagi
  • Sulyap sa aking pinanggalingan (Glimpses into my beginnings) by Roque Ferriols, SJ; edited by Leovino Ma. Garcia and translated into English by Soledad Reyes
  • Sangkatauhan, Sangkahayupan: Mga Kuwento by Alvin Yapan
  • Out of the Shadows: Violent Conflict and the Real Economy of Mindanao, edited by Francisco Lara and Steven Schoofs
  • The Politics of Clan Reunions: Ritual, Kinship, and Cultural Transformation among Kankanaeys of Northern Luzon by Gaston Kibiten
  • Colonial Manila, 1909-1912: Three Dutch Travel Accounts, edited and translated by Otto Van den Muijzenberg
  • A Visit to Manila and Its Environs by J.A.B Wiselius, translated by Geert Van Der Linden, with an introduction by Otto Van den Muijzenberg
  • Outsourceable Selves: An Ethnography of Call Center Work in a Global Economy of Signs and Selves, by Alinaya Fabros
  • A Field Guide to Flight: Identifying Birds on Three School Grounds by Amado Bajarias
  • Keywords: Essays in Philippine Media Cultures and Neocolonialisms by Rolando Tolentino
  • Friend Zones: An Anthology of Short Stories for Young Adults, edited by Cyan Abad-Jugo

The event is open to the public. Those interested may RSVP to Gemma Roces at (+63) 426 6001 loc 4613 or


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