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ABOUT THE FANHS JOURNAL
FANHS published the first volume of the FANHS Journal in 1988 (under the name Ala-Ala, which means “memories, remembrance, or gift in Filipino). The second volume (1992) was named “FANHS Forum,” and with the third volume (published in 1994 under Dr. Pilapil’s editorship), it was renamed the FANHS Journal.The FANHS Journal is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal published by FANHS. The journal is published biennially (one volume every other year) but our hope is to eventually be able to publish one volume every year. The goal of the journal is to promote the mission of FANHS by publishing, disseminating, and promoting research related to Filipino American history. The journal publishes research by community-based and academic historians as well as personal histories.

FANHS Journal Editorial Board (2020 – 2023)

Joan May T. Cordova, Dumaguete, Philippines EJR David, Anchorage, AK
Alex Edillor, Delano, CA
Dorothy Fujita-Rony, Irvine, CA
Emily Lawsin, Detroit, MI
Abraham (Abe) Menor, Santa Clara, CA Kevin Nadal, New York, NY
Gayle Romasanta, Stockton, CA
Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales, San Francisco, CA

 


 

FANHS Journal Editorial Board 2016-2018

Virgilio R. Pilapil, M.D., Editor-in-Chief, FANHS National President Emeritus and Founding President of FANHS Midwest Chapter
Dr. Joan May T. Cordova, FANHS National President Emerita and Consultant @ForCommunities
Dr. Patricia Espiritu Halagao, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and FANHS Trustee
P. Emraida Kiram, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and FANHS Trustee
Prof. Emily P. Lawsin, University of Michigan and FANHS National Vice President
Felicisima C. Serafica, PhD, Associate Professor Emerita of Psychology, The Ohio State University


COLLABORATING WITH OUR ANCESTORS: CONTINUING THE LEGACY OF FANHS JOURNAL EDITOR VIRGILIO R. PILAPIL, M.D. 

The Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS) is excited to share its first issue of the FANHS Journal (Vol 10, 2020) under its new co-editors, Dr. Terese Guinsatao Monberg and Dr. Patricia Espiritu Halagao. This Special Issue, “Collaborating with our Ancestors,” pays tribute to the memory and work of our previous editor, Virgilio R. Pilapil, MD, (1938 – 2019), who edited the journal for twenty-five years. The editors highlight Gil’s enduring legacy as a community-based historian and editor in shaping the FANHS Journal and FANHS research more broadly. By analyzing Gilʻs work across place and time, the editors hope to use this issue as a model for the kinds of content they are looking for in the future. They hope you will join them in continuing the legacy of FANHS Journal Editor, Virgilio Pilapil, M.D. 

FREELY AVAILABLE

Due to the generosity of FANHS National and other donors, we are able to make this Special issue freely available. Please download a PDF copy of the journal or click on the E-publication book.  A limited number of hard copies are available for purchase for $25 + mailing costs. For more information and publication guidelines, contact FANHSjournal@gmail.com. Please help us promote FANHS and the FANHS Journal by sharing widely.


A limited number of previous issues of the FANHS Journal  are available through the FANHS National Office in Seattle or the FANHS Midwest Chapter:

Volumes 7, 8: $10.00 member, $12.00 general
Volumes 2, 3, 4, 5:   $8.00 members, $10.00 general
Volume 1: $3.00 members, $4.00 general
(Vol.1 available as photocopies only, original is out-of-stock)

FANHS chapters may purchase Journals at $7 discount for each, when buying 10 Journals or more, except Vol. 1



Images of America History Books

The Images of America series chronicles the history of small towns and downtowns across the country. Many FANHS members authored books in the 17-book series that feature the story of Filipinos across America. Each title features more than 200 vintage images, capturing often forgotten bygone times and bringing to life the people, places, and events that defined a community. Books are available through Arcadia Publishing or your local bookstore or online book seller. A limited number of books are available from the FANHS National Office in Seattle (by appointment only), at the FANHS National Museum, or from some FANHS Chapters.

 

Filipinos in Carson and the South Bay
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Filipinos in Chicago
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Filipinos in Hawaiʻi 
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Filipinos in Washington, D.C.
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Filipinos of Greater Philadelphia