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more islamic than we admit more

islamic
I slam was the first cultural trend in the Archipelago and Islamic Culture had
and has a dramatic role in Philippine Civilization. Despite being known as the
only predominantly Christian country in Asia, the Philippines was similarly the
than
we
easternmost edge of the classical Islamic world. The contact with the Spaniards admit
and the legacy of al-Andalus will prove an essential element in defining Islamicity
in the Philippines. Nowadays, modernity has triggered a conundrum identity
for Muslims in the Philippines. Thus, from armed conflict to new conversions,
Filipino Muslims have struggled to define a coherent history in the context of
Asia. This book is the first attempt to analyze in a broad sense the capital elements
towards an Islamic identity in the Philippine islands, in order to have a synopsis
that can reconcile Philippine Islam within the history of Islamic civilization

INSIGHTS
INTO
PHILIPPINE
CULTURAL
HISTORY MORE
islamic
THAN WE ADMIT
ABOUT THE EDITOR Isaac Donoso Jimnez is a professor at the Philippine
Normal University. He has credits in Arab Philology (2001), Hispanic Philology Edited
(2003), and Humanities (2003) from the University of Alicante in Spain, and a Master by INSIGHTS INTO PHILIPPINE CULTURAL HISTORY
of Arts degree in Islamic Studies (2008) from the University of the Philippines. In
2004 and 2008, he won the Ibn al-Abbar Research Award for the project Romanos Isaac
Filipins del Regne de Valncia, a study and translation of Philippine romances about Donoso
the kingdom of Valencia. He edited theanthology More Hispanic than We Admit:
Insights into Philippine Cultural History (2008) and Jess Balmoris novel Los
pjaros de fuego (2010). At present, he is the Spanish editor of the online digital Edited by Isaac Donoso
library Filipiniana.net, and is finishing his doctorate degree at the University of
Alicante with a thesis on the Islamization of the Philippine archipelago.

FILE: CHINESE-FILIPINO/PHILIPPINE STUDIES/CULTURAL HISTORY


more islamic than we admit more
islamic
I slam was the first cultural trend in the Archipelago and Islamic Culture had
and has a dramatic role in Philippine Civilization. Despite being known as the
only predominantly Christian country in Asia, the Philippines was similarly the
than
we
easternmost edge of the classical Islamic world. The contact with the Spaniards admit
and the legacy of al-Andalus will prove an essential element in defining Islamicity
in the Philippines. Nowadays, modernity has triggered a conundrum identity
for Muslims in the Philippines. Thus, from armed conflict to new conversions,
Filipino Muslims have struggled to define a coherent history in the context of
Asia. This book is the first attempt to analyze in a broad sense the capital elements
towards an Islamic identity in the Philippine islands, in order to have a synopsis
that can reconcile Philippine Islam within the history of Islamic civilization

INSIGHTS
INTO
PHILIPPINE
CULTURAL
HISTORY MORE
islamic
THAN WE ADMIT
ABOUT THE EDITOR Isaac Donoso Jimnez is a professor at the Philippine
Normal University. He has credits in Arab Philology (2001), Hispanic Philology Edited
(2003), and Humanities (2003) from the University of Alicante in Spain, and a Master by INSIGHTS INTO PHILIPPINE CULTURAL HISTORY
of Arts degree in Islamic Studies (2008) from the University of the Philippines. In
2004 and 2008, he won the Ibn al-Abbar Research Award for the project Romanos Isaac
Filipins del Regne de Valncia, a study and translation of Philippine romances about Donoso
the kingdom of Valencia. He edited theanthology More Hispanic than We Admit:
Insights into Philippine Cultural History (2008) and Jess Balmoris novel Los
pjaros de fuego (2010). At present, he is the Spanish editor of the online digital Edited by Isaac Donoso
library Filipiniana.net, and is finishing his doctorate degree at the University of
Alicante with a thesis on the Islamization of the Philippine archipelago.

FILE: CHINESE-FILIPINO/PHILIPPINE STUDIES/CULTURAL HISTORY


more islamic than we admit more
islamic
I slam was the first cultural trend in the Archipelago and Islamic Culture had
and has a dramatic role in Philippine Civilization. Despite being known as the
only predominantly Christian country in Asia, the Philippines was similarly the
than
we
easternmost edge of the classical Islamic world. The contact with the Spaniards admit
and the legacy of al-Andalus will prove an essential element in defining Islamicity
in the Philippines. Nowadays, modernity has triggered a conundrum identity
for Muslims in the Philippines. Thus, from armed conflict to new conversions,
Filipino Muslims have struggled to define a coherent history in the context of
Asia. This book is the first attempt to analyze in a broad sense the capital elements
towards an Islamic identity in the Philippine islands, in order to have a synopsis
that can reconcile Philippine Islam within the history of Islamic civilization

INSIGHTS
INTO
PHILIPPINE
CULTURAL
HISTORY MORE
islamic
THAN WE ADMIT
ABOUT THE EDITOR Isaac Donoso Jimnez is a professor at the Philippine
Normal University. He has credits in Arab Philology (2001), Hispanic Philology Edited
(2003), and Humanities (2003) from the University of Alicante in Spain, and a Master by INSIGHTS INTO PHILIPPINE CULTURAL HISTORY
of Arts degree in Islamic Studies (2008) from the University of the Philippines. In
2004 and 2008, he won the Ibn al-Abbar Research Award for the project Romanos Isaac
Filipins del Regne de Valncia, a study and translation of Philippine romances about Donoso
the kingdom of Valencia. He edited theanthology More Hispanic than We Admit:
Insights into Philippine Cultural History (2008) and Jess Balmoris novel Los
pjaros de fuego (2010). At present, he is the Spanish editor of the online digital Edited by Isaac Donoso
library Filipiniana.net, and is finishing his doctorate degree at the University of
Alicante with a thesis on the Islamization of the Philippine archipelago.

FILE: CHINESE-FILIPINO/PHILIPPINE STUDIES/CULTURAL HISTORY