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Joseph Scalice

  • PhD Southeast Asian Studies
  • Lecturer
  • San Francisco State University Department of History
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Research interests

Southeast Asia The Philippines Marxism

About

I am a lecturer currently teaching at UC Berkeley and San Francisco State University. I am particularly interested in the history of the Communist Party of the Philippines in the latter half of the twentieth century and in the ways in which class consciousness affected the various participants in the 1896 Philippine Revolution against Spain.

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Publications (3)

  • Pamitinan and Tapusi: Using the Carpio legend to reconstruct lower-class consciousness in the late Spanish Philippines

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  • Reynaldo Ileto’s Pasyon and Revolution Revisited, a Critique

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  • Marxism and Philippine Theology

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Professional experience

Lecturer

San Francisco State University Department of History

August 2018 - Present

Lecturer

University of California, Berkeley, Department of South and Southeast Asian Studies

September 2017 - Present

Graduate Student Instructor

University of California - Berkeley

September 2006 - August 2017(11 years)

Education

Ph.D, South and Southeast Asian Studies

University of California - Berkeley

January 2010 - July 2017(8 years)

M.A., South and Southeast Asian Studies

University of California - Berkeley

September 2006 - December 2009(3 years)

B.A., Interdisciplinary Studies Field Major

University of California - Berkeley

January 2003 - May 2006(3 years)