Jon Davidann's The Limits of Westernization: American and East Asian Intellectuals Create Modernity, 1860-1960 (Routledge, 2019) recently won the Kenneth W. Baldridge Prize for the most outstanding history book by a resident of Hawai'i published between 2017-2019. Here are the Baldridge Committee's comments.
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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PHILIPPINE STUDIES
[ICOPHIL XI 2020]
XI CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE ESTUDIOS FILIPINAS
IKA-XI PANDAIGDIGANG KONGRESO NG ARALING FILIPINAS
21-23 September 2020
21-23 de Septiembre del 2020
Aula Magna, Facultad de Filosofίa y Letras
Universidad de Alicante,
San Vicente del Raspeig, España
Theme: Philippine Studies Across Borders, Across Discipline