|Cordova, J. M., and A. Canillo. 1984 and 2000. Voices: A Filipino American Oral History. Stockton, CA : Filipino Oral History Project.||An example of oral history as curriculum, Voices has been dramatized and interpreted by students and teachers throughout the United States, most notably by FACS, of Salem High in Virginia Beach.||forour
|FANHS Hampton Roads Chapter. 2004. eds. J. M. T. Cordova and E. Lawsin. In Our Aunties’ Words: The Filipina Spirit of Hampton Roads. San Francisco: T’boli Press.||An intergenerational production team of students and community members conducted oral histories and designed this first publication by FANHS Hampton Roads Chapter, a resource on Filipina women’s history.||www.fanhs-hr.org|
|FANHS Hampton Roads Chapter. 2007. ed J. M. T. Cordova. In Our Uncles’ Words: We Fought for Freedom. San Francisco: T’boli Press.||Produced by an intergenerational team that included students, In Our Uncles Words includes oral history excerpts, narratives by older adults, and a scholarly narrative that places Filipino veterans’ experiences into historical context.||www.fanhs-hr.org|
|Lawsin, E. and Galura, J. 2002. Filipina Women in Detroit: 1945-1955, Oral Histories from the Filipino American Oral History Project of Michigan. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan OCSL Press.||Oral history publication created through the University of Michigan service-learning projects is also a curriculum resource with extensive bibliographies, timelines, and a syllabus.||www.umich.edu/
Halagao, P.E., Cordova, J. M., Tintiangco-Cubales, A. (2009) Critical Review of K-12 Filipino American Curriculum. AAPI Nexus: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Policy, Practice and Community, 7 (10) pp. 1-23.