I am a lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley, in the department of South and Southeast Asian Studies and at San Francisco State University in the Department of History. I received my Ph.D in South and Southeast Asian Studies in 2017 from UC Berkeley. My areas of expertise are Philippine history and literature, as well as Communist movements throughout the Southeast Asia region.
My wikipedia edits focus on aspects of the Philippine Revolution against Spain, the Philippine-American War, and twentieth century Philippine political developments. I also edit in the area of Tagalog literature.
My publications include
- "A Planned and Coordinated Anarchy: The Barricades of 1971 and the "Diliman Commune"," Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints 66 (04):481-516
- "Pamitinan and Tapusi: Using the Carpio legend to reconstruct lower-class consciousness in the late Spanish Philippines," Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 49 (02):250-276
- "Reynaldo Ileto's Pasyon and revolution revisited, a critique," Sojourn Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 33 (1):29-58
Additional information regarding my academic work can be found at my home page: http://josephscalice.com.