MINDANAO BOOKS 2000 to Aug 2012
Carolyn O. Arguillas/ MindaNews
yearly list published in www.mindanews.com
(This list of books, monographs and journals is as of 10 August 2012; The 2012 list will be updated along with the 2013 list within the week.
If your publication between 2000 and 2012 is not listed here, our apologies. Please email title and other details at firstname.lastname@example.org)
1. Mindanao Statecraft and Ecology: Moros, Lumads, and Settlers Across the Lowland-Highland Continuum. Eric S. Casino with a foreword by Datu Michael O. Mastura. Notre Dame University Press
2. BangsaMoro Society and Culture. James Kamlian. Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension of the Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT)
3. Generating Energies in Mount Apo (Cultural Politics in a Contested Environment. Fr. Albert E. Alejo, SJ. Ateneo de Manila University Press.
NOTE: Finalist in the National Book Awards for Social Science in 2000.
4. Making Mindanao (Cotabato and Davao in the formation of the Philippine nation-state. Patricio N. Abinales. Ateneo de Manila University Press
5. Jesuit Missionary Letters from Mindanao (first three volumes of a seven-volume series). Edited, translated and annotated by Jose Arcilla, S.J., University of the Philippines Center for Integrative and Development Studies
6. Bukidnon Myths and Rituals. Carmen Ch. Unabia. University of the Philippines Center for Integrative and Development Studies
1. Kalinaw Mindanaw: The Story of the GRP-MNLF Peace Process, 1975-1996. BR Rodil. AFRIM .
2. Into the Mountain: hostaged by the Abu Sayyaf. Jose Torres, Jr. Claretian Publications
NOTE: The book won the National Book Award for Journalism in 2002.
3. Mindanao Ethnic Communities (a compilation of seven preliminary studies on selected ethnic groups in Mindanao, written mostly by members of the communities themselves) UP in Mindanao and the UP Center for Integrative and Development Studies (UPCIDS).
Johanna Joyce Guardados on the “Bagobo Clata of Calinan”
Mercedes Alan on the “Manuvu of Baguio District
Marcelino Onggo on “Matigsalog of Marilog District”
Liezl Cruz on “Isama of Samal Island”
Dorothy Lobos on “Kalagan of Tagum City”
Amihan Cruz on “Mandaya of Davao del Norte”
Manuel Ompang on “Mandaya of Davao del Sur”
4. Walking Together Seeking Peace: The Local Church of Mindanao-Sulu Journeying in Dialogue with the Muslim Community (1965-2000). Fr. William LaRousse. Claretian Publications.
5. The PEACE PAradigm of Development: An Agenda for Mindanaoans. Rex T. Linao
6. Magosaha: An Ethnography of the Tawi-Tawi Sama Dilaut. H. Arlo Nimmo. Ateneo de Manila University Press
7. Aristrocrats of the Malay Race: A History of the Bangsa Moro in the Philippines. Nasser T. Marohomsalic (Published through a grant from Mindanao State University System).
1.Mapagpakamalinawon (Peaceableness): A Reader for the Mindanawon Peace Advocate. Bro. Karl M. Gaspar, CSsR, Elpidio A. Lapad and Ailynne J. Maravillas. Alternate Forum for Research in Mindanao (AFRIM) and the Catholic Relief Services-Philippines
2.Mapagpakamalinawon: Balasahon alang sa mga Nagtinguha’g Mindanawon nga Kalinaw. AFRIM and the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Philippines.
3.Lady of the Fort. Dr. Grace Rebollos and Fr. Angel Calvo. University Press of the Western Mindanao State University (WMSU
4.Return to the Native: the proceedings of the 8th Iligan National Writers’ Workshop, edited by Jaime An Lim, Christine Godinez-Ortega and Anthony L. Tan. Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology
5. Qudarat: Lord of the Pulangui. A tale of Maguindanao. Jorge Ma Cui Perales. UST Publishing House (its copyright was 2001 but was released in 2002)
6. The Shaman Woman’s Dream (How can we worship God without the forest?). Agnes N. Miclat-Cacayan. Davao City’s Hinabi Women’s Circle
7. 365 days of Health and Wellness Guide: a self-help book on health, wellness and spirituality. Espie Chinel Aparis. University of Mindanao’s Fitness and Wellness Centre
8. Sang-awun sa Dabaw 1848-1950s. Rogelio “Noning” L. Lizada. Self-published.
“Sang-awun” is a Dinabaw term for “Once upon a time.”
9.Turning Rage into Courage: Mindanao under Martial Law. A compilation
of essays, poems and songs of the martial law period in Mindanao and
written by Mindanawons of that period and ‘martial law babies.’ Edited by Carolyn O. Arguillas. MindaNews Publications.
10.The Dapitan-Balingasag Mission. Volume 4. Jesuit Missionary Letters from Mindanao. Edited, translated and annotated by Jose Arcilla, S.J., University of the Philippines Center for Integrative and Development Studies
11. The Surigao Mission. Volume 5. Jesuit Missionary Letters from Mindanao. Edited,
translated and annotated by Jose Arcilla, S.J., University of the Philippines Center for Integrative and Development Studies
12. The Embarrassment of Slavery. Michael Salman. Ateneo de Manila University Press.
(has a 2001 copyright but released in 2002).
13. The BangsaMoro People’s Struggle against Oppression and Colonialism. Salamat Hashim. Edited, annotated and introduced by Nu’ain bin Abdulhaqq. Agency for
14. Referendum: Peace, Civilized, Diplomatic and Democratic Means of solving the Mindanao Conflict. Salamat Hashim. Edited, annotated and introduced by Nu’ain bin Abdulhaqq. Agency for Youth Affairs-MILF.
15. History of the Moro and Indigenous Peoples in Minsupala. Ben J. Kadil. Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension, Marawi City
16. Suk Tandaan Nangak Subanän. Ang Mitolohiya, mga pagtoo ug mga ritwal ug
seremonyas sa mga Subanän. Bertam Tiemeyer, OFM as “tighikay”
(a 1081-page book in Subanan and Cebuano. Published by the Franciscan Province of San Pedro Bautista in the Philippines in 2001, it was released in 2002.
17. Iranun and Balangingi: Globalization, Maritime Raiding and the Birth of Ethnicity. Francis Warren. New Day Publishers
18. Mindanao Forum. Official journal of the MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology Vol. XIV, No. 1, June 1999, was released only in November 2002.
“Mindanao Forum” contains 10 research works, mostly on Lumads —
B.R. Rodil’s “Research Methodology: Documenting The Manobo Matigsalug Ancestral
Domain Claim;” “The Danlag Ancestral Domain Claim In Tampakan, South
Cotabato;” and “The Ancestral Domain Claim Of The Manobo Matigsalug;” “The
Ancestral Domain Claim of the Impahanong Amusig Tribal Council Organization” by the research team headed by B.R. Rodil with Luz C Sevidal-Castro & Maria Cecilia Tangian as members; “The Ancestral Domain Claim of The Higaunon in Cauyonan, Opol, Misamis Oriental” by the research team headed by Nimfa L. Bracamonte with Grace M. Majorenos & Sulpecia L. Ponce as members.
The book also features
Sacred History of the Kingdom of Tagoloan [Source: Datu Poona Pinto of Panoroganan, Boto Comunog, Tribal Historian, Descendant of Mampenao and Poona Pinto (Chieftain) of Tagoloan as told to his foster son Datu Sandigan sa Bayog & Rogelio M. Cabiladas, Tampuda Program Officer]
Beliefs of the Sama Dilaut and the various aspects of this in their Daily Life. By Sheilfa Alojamiento, Mucha Shim Quiling Arquiza, Rizalina Tiannok Enriquez & Matilda Ros;
Child-Rearing Practices Among The Mamanuas Of Pangaylan, Santiago, Agusan del Norte. By
Nimfa S. Lagdamen-Bracamonte;
Certificate of Ancestral Domain Claims (CADC) Issued in Mindanao & Palawan by Region, as of June 6, 1998;
Islamized And Lumad Populations And Other Identifiable Indigenous Inhabitants In Mindanao, Sulu And Palawan Based On Mother Tongue By Municipality, 1990 Census.
1.Davao 1890-1910: Conquests and Resistance in the Garden of the Gods. By Macario D. Tiu. Published by the UP Center for Integrative and Development Studies
2. Understanding Mindanao Conflict. Patricio P. Diaz. MindaNews Publications
3. In War, The Real Enemy Is War Itself. Fr. Roberto C. Layson, OMI. Edited by Gus Miclat and Adam Rudkin. Initiatives for International Dialogue.
4. The Rise and Fall of the Sulu Islamic Empire, 1675-1919. By Dr. A.K. Hedjazi and Mrs. Sururul Ain (Shirley) Ututalum Hedjazi of Fountain Hills, Arizona.
5. Sige Daw! Stories of Cancer Survivors and Caregivers. Amuma Cancer Support Group Foundation, Inc. and the Ateneo de Davao University Research and Publication Office.
6. Kasaysayan: an introduction to Davao Oriental history, culture, arts. Edited by Fr. Roland F. Sayma.
7. Violence and Christianization in Manoboland . By Fr. Rafael Tianero, OMI. Notre Dame University Press.
8. In the Presence of my enemies. By American missionary and former Abu Sayyaf
hostage Gracia Burnham. Distributed in the Philippines by OMF Literature, Inc.
9. 140 days of terror (in the clutches of the Abu Sayyaf. Former Presidential Adviser on Flagship Projects Robert Aventajado (under Estrada administration). Anvil.
10. Mindanao on the Mend. Edited by: Fr. Eliseo R. Mercado, Jr., OMI and Margie Moran-Floriendo. Anvil Publishing and Southern Philppines Center for Arts and Ecology (SPACE).
11. Community-based development-oriented peace and rights-based education for
the Bangsamoro. A consolidated report of the Consultations on Comprehensive Mindanao Education Program and on Developing a Community-based and Development-oriented Madaris for the Bangsamoro. Asian Muslim Action in the Philippines (Amanphil), Maal Jamaa Development Foundation,Incorporated; Maranao Peoples Development Center, Incorporated; Moro Tiakap Foundation, Incorporated; Asian Muslim Aciton Network-Jolo. Edited by Mucha-Shim Quiling Arquiza. Produced and published with support from OXFAM-Great Britain
12. The Mindanao Peace Process: a supplement to “Compromising on autonomy.”
Part of a series of journals reviewing peace initiatives worldwide. This edition by Prof. Rufa C. Guiam. Series editor: Celia McKeon. Conciliation Resources London.
13. Sky Rose and Other Stories. Macario D. Tiu. Tubao Book series of the Davao Writers Guild
14. Qontrapuntal. Cebuano poems with English versions. Don Pagusara. Tubao Book series of the Davao Writers Guild.
15. Writing to the music of pestle-on-mortar. The proceedings of the 10th Iligan National Writers Workshop. Edited by Jaime An Lim, Christine F. Godinez-Ortega. Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology
16. English- Chavacano Dictionary. Fr. John Chambers, SJ. Ateneo de Zamboanga Press.
17. The Sharia Courts in the Philippines: Women, Men, Muslim Personal Laws. Isabelita Solamo-Antonio. Published by the Pilipina Legal Resources Center, Inc (PLRC)
18 Ehem! A Manual for Deepening involvement in combating Corruption. Research and Publication Office of the Ateneo de Davao University for the Committee on the Evangelization of Culture of the Philippine Province of the Society of Jesus. First edition May 2003. Second edition October 2003.
19. Agham Mindanaw, a new journal on science and technology. Edited by Dr. Lourdes Simbol, Agham Mindanaw is the official journal of the Engineering and Architecture Division, Natural
Science and Mathematics Division, and the Computer Studies Division. Ateneo de Davao
Universitys Research and Publications Office.
20. Rough Edges. Orlando P. Carvajal. SunStar
21. Hegemony: world political and economic order. Sylvia Valdivia-Marfori.
22. Dare to bare. Sylvia Valdivia-Marf
23. Breaking the links between economics and conflict in Mindanao. Sylvia Concepcion, Larry Digal, Rufa Guiam, Romulo dela Rosa and Mara Stankovitch for International Alert, first presented at the “Waging Peace” conference in Manila in December 2003
24. Bata de Calle. A photobook on the streetchildren of Zamboanga City. Stichting Kapatirn of The Hague, Netherlands and Alay Kalinga Center of Zamboanga City, with text by Mucha-Shim Quiling Arquiza, Fr. Angel C. Calvo, cmf, Mercelina Carpizo-Orque and Maisie Faith Digaposo
25. Sultanate of Sulu: The Unconquered Kingdom. Clemencio Montecillo Bascar. University Press of the Western Mindanao University
26. GRP-MILF Peace Negotiations; Signed documents (January 27, 1997 – March 28, 2003). Moro Islamic Liberation Front.
1. Mindanao and Sulu in Question and Answer. BR Rodil. Mindanao Coalition of Development NGOs
2. The Minoritization of the Indigenous Communities of Mindanao and the Sulu Archipelago. AFRIM (Alternative Forum for Research in Mindanao)
3. To be poor and obscure: Spiritual journey of a Mindanawon. Karl Gaspar. Center for Spirituality-Manila
4. Mapagpakamalinawon: Babasahin para sa mga Naghahangad ng Kapayapaang Mindanawon. Karl Gaspar. AFRIM.
5. Lilinaon. Official literary folio of the University of the Philippines in Mindanao.
6. A Cagayan de Oro Ethnohistory Reader: Prehistory to 1950. Antonio J. Montalvan. Published in Cagayan de Oro
7. War in My Eyes. Solomon Pimentel. Published in Cagayan de Oro Ciy .
8. The Ata-Manobo: At the crossroads of tradition and modernization. Rolando O. Bajo. CARD-Davao, Kapalong, Davao del Norte
9. Davao Yearbook 2004. SunStar Davao
10. Butuan of a thousand years. Greg Hontiveros. Butuan City Historical & Cultural Foundation, Inc.
11. Beyond Paper Autonomy: The challenge in Southern Philippines. Benedicto R. Bacani. Notre Dame University College of Law
12. Tio Doroy’s Field. Prima Guipo Hower. Primah Publishing Company, Tampa, Florida, USA.
14. Tatlong Dekada, Sari-saring istorya Book 3. Canada Fund for local initiatives in the Philippines
15. Community Immersion: Toward Becoming Agents of Community Empowerment. Rex T. inao. Great Books Trading
16. The Great Island Studies in the Exploration and Evangelization of Mindanao. Fr. Miguel Bernad, Sj. Ateneo de Manila University Press
17. Logical Thinking. Ryan Maboloc, Elvi Tamayo and Reyante Pilapil. Ateneo de Davao Research and Publications Office
18. Being Human. Ryan Maboloc, Ian Parcon and Pascua. Ateneo de Davao Research and Publications Office
19. Crimes and Penalties at a Glance. Ma Eugenia Atienza Salvana. QC Central Professional Books, Inc
20. Writing under the rule of the lawless: the 10th Iligan National Writers Workshop. Edited by Christine F. Godinez Ortega, MSU-IID Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension\
21. People on Guerrero St. Leoncio P. Deriada. Sequiban Press and Publishing House, Iloilo City
22. Tambara. Ateneo de Davao University journal, published by Nov. 2004.
23. Breaking Promises, Making Profits. Mining in he Philippines: A Christian Aid and Piplinks Report
24. Bantay Ceasefire 2003 (2003 reports of the Grassroots-led missions monitoring the ceasefire between the Philippine Government and the MILF). Mindanao People’s Caucus
25. Report on the Implementation of the 1996 Final Peace Agreement between the government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF). Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process
26. The Tangkal Transformation: A passage to self sufficiency. Movimondo. Text and photos by Bobby Timonera.
27. Facing a New Mindanao with old problems. Mindanao Interfaith People’s Conference
28. Towards a Culture of Peace. United Nations Multi-Donor Proramme (UNMDP-3).
29. National Survey on the participation of women in peace, governance and development. Social Weather Station, commissioned by the Mindanao Commission on Women.
30. Agham-tao e-journal: Weaving Rootwork and Network. Mindanawon Initiatives for Cultural Dialogue and Ateneo de Davao Research and Publications Office
1.Mindanao Studies Publication. Mindanao Studies Consortium Foundation, Inc. A compendium of the various studies already done on Mindanao. Includes three-volume Annotated Bibiliography of Mindanao Studies, Directory of Resource Centers and Researchers in Mindanao and Kamalig 1.0, CD-ROM version of the Annotated Bibliography and Directory
2. Davao: Reconstructing History from Text and Memory. Macario D. Tiu. Mindanao Coalition of Development NGOs (Mincode) and the Research and Publication Office of the Ateneo de Davao University.
NOTE: This won the National Book Award for History in 2006.
The citation reads: “In this book, the centrality of Davao to the Philippines and maritime Southeast Asia is presented and argued forcefully and masterfully from an interdisciplinary perspective. Perhaps the study’s most significant contribution to the increasing number of works constituting Mindanao studies derives from its angle of vision — Davao, in all its complexity, comes out alive as a site for various encounters that have shaped its history until the present period. Davao Is not seen as an inert, dark frontier, but a community in the center of things shaping its own destiny.
“Moreover, by extensively utilizing local myths and folklore, Macario Tiu offers an alternative to ‘official history’ even as he proceeds to demonstrate the wealth of insights such texts from the indigenous communities possess as indices to the consciousness of the people of Davao.
“Davao: Reconstructing History from Text and Memory is an incisive, textured and multilayered narrative that is bound to influence the way we view historical studies.”
3. A Mindanao Story: troubled decades in the eye of the storm. (ret Maj. Gen.) Delfin Castro. Published by Castro.
4. History of Mindanao. Vol. 1 (up to end of Spanish regime). Reuben R. Canoy. International School, Cagayan de Oro City.
5. Mindanao: Where the Castilian lion roared last. Clemencio Montecillo Bascar. Western Mindanao State University Press, Zamboanga City.
6. Maguindanao: the crescent that Spain failed to plunder. Clemencio Montecillo Bascar. Western Mindanao State University Press, Zamboanga City.
7. Sultanate of Sulu: Its establishment in the historical, political and legal implications.
Compilation of Emmanuel Mangubat’s columns in two volumes. Western Mindanao University Press, Zamboanga City.
8. Davao Pioneers and Public Servants. R. Dennis J. Garcia, MD, MHSA. Leon and Milagros Garcia Foundation. Davao City.
9. One Man’s vision. Josefina C. San Pedro. Published by the University of Mindanao Press. Davao City.
10. The Lademora Story and the Lost Command as Soldiers of Death. Rodrigo Belarmino Sevilla. Foreword by Fidel V. Ramos.
11. The Mindanao Conflict. Edited by Kamarulzaman Askandar and Ayesah Abubakar. Southeast Asian Conflict Studies Network (SEACSN), Penang, Malaysia. Contains research
papers presented at SEACSN Regional Conference in January 2004.
12. Mystic Wanderers in the Land of Perpetual Departure. Karl M. Gaspar, CSsR. Institute of Spirituality of Asia in Quezon City, the Center of Spirituality for the O’Carmelite congregation.
13. From Crisis to Hope. Cotabato Archbishop Orlando B. Quevedo, OMI. President, Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines, 1999-2003. CBCP.
14. Does God exist? In search of a critical faith for contemporary Filipinos. Apolinar Henry T.
Fernandez, Marco K. Pineda and Daniel P. Eloja. Ateneo de Davao University Research and Publications Office.
15. Dynamics and Directions of the GRP-MILF Peace Negotiations. Soliman M. Santos, Jr. Alternative Forum for Research in Mindanao (Afrim), Davao City.
16. Forging Sustainable Peace in Mindanao: The Role of Civil Society. Steven Rood. East-West Center Washington. Also available online at
17. Conflicting Laws, Overlapping Claims: The politics of Indigenous Peoples’ Land Rights in
Mindanao. Aida Vidal. Alternative Forum for Research in Mindanao (Afrim), Davao City.
18. Choices of Response to Inter-kin Group Conflict in Northern Mindanao. Erlinda Montillo Burton, Moctar Matuan, Guimba Poingan, Jay Rey Alovera. Research Institute for Mindanao
Culture, Xavier University and Institute for Peace and Development in Mindanao, Mindanao State University, Davao City.
19. Halaw: Travails of Filipino Deportees in Malaysia. Magdalena C. Cabaraban and Ederlinda M. Fernandez. Ateneo de Davao University Research and Publication Office with
the Mindanao Working Group on Reproductive Health, Gender and Sexuality.
20. Sikami’n Lumad: Panitikan ng Katutubong Mindanaw. (We, the Lumads: New writings by Indigenous Peoples of Mindanao). Ateneo de Davao University’s Research and Publication Office for Mindanawon Initiatives for Cultural Dialogue.
21. Philippine Literature: A Mindanao Reader. Edited by Pamela R. Castrillo, Don Pagusara and Macario D. Tiu 1st edition. Ateneo de Davao University Research and Publication Office.]
22. Writing in the time of terror and the (mis)management of grief. Proceedings of the 12th
Iligan National Writers’ Workshop. Edited by Christine Godinez-Ortega. Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology
23. Habagat at Niyebe. Mga Tulang Nalikom Mula sa Pakikihamok sa Loob at Labas ng Aking Bayan. Edgar Bacong. Tuluyang Pinoy (Philippine Center, Zurich) and the Mindanao News
and Information Cooperative Center. Introduksyon by Don Pagusara. (printed 2005 but still to be launched).
24. Frankie goes to town. Jo Bacani Angeles. Davao Writers Guild
25. Feature Writing for Reporters. Aurelio Pena. Davao City.]
26. Coffee and Dreams on a Late Afternoon: Tales of Despair and Deliverance in Mindanao. Rafael “Nikki” Rivera Gomez. Published by the University of the Philippines Press.
27. Out of the Lion’s Den (Travails and Triumphs of a Public Servant). Perfecto R. Yasay, Jr. New Day Publishers. Foreword by Jovito R. Salonga.
28. Autonomy and Peace Review. Institute for Autonomy and Governance, Cotabato City.
29. Peace and Culture Journal. Institute of Cultural Studies for Western Mindanao and Ateneo Peace Institute. Ateneo de Zamboanga University Press.
30. Tambara. Ateneo de Davao University journal, Davao City.
31. Agham Mindanaw: Volume 2 Edited by Lourdes Simpol, PhD and Nina Ingle, PhD Peer-reviewed journal (Natural Science). Ateneo de Davao University Research and Publications Office.
32. MINDAyawan Journal of Culture & Society, vol. 2. Capitol University. Cagayan de Oro City.
33. Kinaadman Journal, Vol. XXVII. Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan. Cagayan de Oro City.
1.Fly on the Wall. A collection of her “Wayward and Fanciful” columns. Gail Ilagan.
2. Fiesta sa Mindanao: The colorful festivals of Mindanao, Philippines. Bobby Timonera. A publication of http://www.mindanews.com, the book is printed in the United States by Lulu,
described as “the web’s premier independent publishing marketplace for digital
3. The Hairy Fruit. Rambutan: Ang mabalahibong prutas. Mary Ann Ordinario-Floresta, illustrations by Kora Dandan-Albano. First printing of first edition, 2006. ABC Educational Development Center, Plaridel St. Kidapawan City
4. A State of Constant Beginnings. Proceedings of the 12th Iligan National Writers Workshop. Edited by Christine Godinez-Ortega. 2006. Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology.
5. Diary of the War. WW II Memoirs of Lt. Col. Anastacio Campo. Annotated by Maria Virginia Yap-Morales. Ateneo de Manila University Press.
6. Give Peace a Chance: the story of the GRP-MNLF Peace Talks. Abraham Iribani (posthumous). Philippine Council for Islam and Democracy.
7. Church, State and Civil Society in Postauthoritarian Philippines: Narratives of Engaged Citizenship. Fr. Antonio F. Moreno, SJ.
(Moreno used the Dioceses of Malaybalay and Negros as cases for comparative
analysis. His outstanding presentation of lay participation in the Church
through the Basic Ecclesiastical Community Movements provides a glimpse of how
democratic decision-making practices in the local church has formed people for
responsible political exercises both in the local and national levels)
8. Anthropological Transculturalism: Understanding Context and Diversity in Health Care. By Antonio J. Montalvan, Capitol University Press, Cagayan de Oro City.
9. The enemy of war is war itself. (2nd edition) By Fr. Roberto C. Layson, OMI. Published by the Initiatives for International Dialogue. This second edition is edited by Carolyn O. Arguillas and Brady Eviota.
10. Blood. Pangayaw: The right to kill. Pio Gabad Arce. OMF Literature Inc. and Tribal Mission Foundation, International
11. Tambara Vol. 23 (academic journal of the Ateneo de Davao University). Edited by Macario D. Tiu and Gail T. Ilagan. Ateneo de Davao University, December 2006
12. GS Research Journal. Official Publication of the Graduate ASchool. Notre Dame University, Cotabato City. Volume 1, No. 4. Edited by Dr. Nida P. Rodriguez, Dean. Dr. Norma T. Gomez, Dr. Ester O. Sevilla, Dr. Dolores S. Daquino, Dr. Oscar N. Kinazo, Prof. Estrella Cantallopez. December 2006.
13. Autonomy and Peace Review. (Four quarterly issues in 2006). Institute for Autonomy and Governance, Cotabato City.
1. Children of the Ever-changing Moon: Essays by young Moro writers. Edited by Gutierrez Mangansakan II. Published by Anvil Publishing, Inc.
Authors: Pearlsha Abubakar, Gonaranao B. Musor, Sahara Alia Jauhali Silongan, Samira Ali Gutoc, Sarah Matalam-Alvarez, Ayesah Abubakar, Allyson Banga-an, Sittie Djalia Turabin-Hataman, Ayesha Merdeka Alonto-Datu Ramos, Mucha-Shim Quiling Arquiza, Sittie Jamairah
Disomimba, Nefertari Al-Raschid-Arsad, Loren Hallilah Lao, Farida D. Mending, Zainudin Malang and Gutierrez Mangansakan II.
2. The Long Road to Peace: Inside the GRP-MILF Peace Process. Salah Jubair. Institute of Bangsamoro Studies, Cotabato City.
3. Broken Peace? Assessment of the 1996 GRP-MNLF Peace Agreement. Amina Rasul. Philippine Council for Islam and Democracy and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
4. Radicalization of Muslim Communities in Southeast Asia. Edited by Amina Rasul.
Philippine Council for Islam and Democracy and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
5. Tausug & Kesultanan Sulu (in Bahasa Malaysia). By Asreemoro (formerly of Basilan, educated in Sabah, Malaysia). Published by RNH Marketing Sdn Bhd, Selangor, Malaysia.
6. Rido: Clan Feuding and Conflict Management in Mindanao. Edited by Wilfredo Magno Torres III. The Asia Foundation.
7. Voices from Moroland: Perspectives from Stakeholders and Observers on the Conflict in the Southern Philippines. Edited by Peter Kreuzer and Rainer Werning. Strategic Information and Research Development Center. Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
8. Insights on Referendum, Ancestral Domain and the Right to Self-Determination Edited by Alvaro O. Senturias, Jr. Southern Christian College, Midsayap, North Cotabato.
9. Mindanao Ethnohistory Beyond nations: Maguindanao, Sangir, and Bagobo Societies in East Maritime Southeast Asia. By Shinzo Hayase. Ateneo de Manila University Press.
(Originally published in Japanese by Iwanami Shoten, Publishers, Tokyo, Japan in 2003.
English language edition published in 2007. Translated into English with the help of Dr. Motoe-Terami-Wada. Published with the assistance of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research).
10. Checkpoints & Chokepoints: Learning from Peace and Development Paradigms and Practices in Mindanao. Mindanao Studies Consortium Foundation Inc.
11. Fixing Society: The Inside World of Fixers in the Philippines. Ronnie V. Amorado. Research and Publication Office. Ateneo de Davao University.
NOTE: Awarded Outstanding Book Award of the National Academy of Science and Technology.
12. The Barbarians’ Book of Remembrance. Ateneo de Davao Hish School Batch 1957. Dr. Romeo Du. Research and Publications Office. Ateneo de Davao University.
13. The House on Calle Seminario. Josie Carballo Tejada. The Davao Writers’ Guild’s Tubao Series
14. The Road to Resolving the Conflict in the South. By Maj. Danilo E. Estranero, PA. Rotary Club of Pasay Central.
15. Digital Logic Circuits with Verilog HDL. By Rafael U. Gaid and Francisco Glover, SJ. Research and Publication Office. Ateneo de Davao University.
16. Communications I AM and FM. By Rafael U. Gaid and Francisco Glover, SJ. Research and Publication Office. Ateneo de Davao University.
17. Landas. A condensed report on the Peacebuilding and the non-formal education programs for Mindanao Youth. Consuelo Foundation.
18. Writing Against the Current. Proceedings of the 13th Iligan National Writers Worshop. Edited by Christine Godinez Ortega. Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology.
19. Enemies of God: Heretical Writings in the Philosophy of Religion. Ambong Fernandez. Davao. MS Lopez Printing and Publishing.
20. Bioethics for Contemporary Health Care Professionals. Ambong Fernandez. Davao. MS Lopez Printing and Publishing.
21. Treasures of the Davao Museum. Pamela R. Castrillo. Edited by Macario D. Tiu. Published by the Davao Museum Foundation, Inc. and the National Commission on the Culture and the Arts (in 2006 but released in 2007).
22. Langkit. Official Journal of the College of Arts and Social Sciences. Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology. First issue.
23.Tambara. Volume 24. Ateneo de Davao University Journal. Edited by Albert E. Alejo, SJ. Published by the Ateneo de Davao University.
24. Mindanao Law Journal. The Official Publication of the Ateneo de Davao Law Sachool. Maiden Issue. Research and Publications Office, Ateneo de Davao University.
25. Right to Self-Determination. Autonomy and Peace Review. Volume 3, Issue No. 1(Jan-March 2007). Quarterly Publication of the Cotabato City-based Institute for Autonomy and Governance and Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
26.International Experiences of Self-determination. Autonomy and Peace Review. Volume 3, Issue No. 2 (April-June 2007). Quarterly Publication of the Cotabato City-based Institute for Autonomy and Governance and Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
27. New Thinking in the Mindanao Peace Process. Autonomy and Peace Review. Volume 3, Issue No. 3 (July-Sept 2007). Quarterly Publication of the Cotabato City-based Institute for Autonomy and Governance and Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
28. Charter Change, Federalism and the Mindanao Peace Process. Autonomy and Peace Review. Volume 3, Issue No. 4 (Oct-Dec 2007). Quarterly Publication of the Cotabato City-based Institute for Autonomy and Governance and Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
29. Towards Strengthening the Fiscal Capabilities of ARMM. A Policy Paper. By INCITE Gov (International Center for Innovation, Transformation and Excellence in Governance) and LGSPA (Local Governments Support Program-ARMM). 2007
30. Peace-building in times of Institutional Crisis. Ten years of the GRP-MNLF Peace Agreement. By Paul Oquist and Alma Evangelista. United Nations Development Programme. November 2006 but released 2007
1. Dar-ul Salam: A Vision of Peace for Mindanao. Pressia Arifin-Cabo, Joel Dizon and Khomenie Mantawel. Photography by Bobby Timonera. Kadtuntaya Foundation Inc. (KFI) and Deutscher Entwicklungsdienst
(DED) German Development Service. 2008
2. Interfaith dialogue and education toward a culture of peace: A response to the Mindanao conflict: Mindanao community-based institute on peace education conference. Gerard James Y. Ebal, ed. Zamboanga City: Ateneo Research Center – Publication Desk, Ateneo de Zamboanga
3. Selected Khutba: A guide to social development for the Muslim communities in the Philippines. Nash Maulana, ed. Davao City: LocalGovernance Support Program in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao. 2008
4. Rise Mindanao! Stories of Peacebuilding and Development from The Land of Promise. Nicole van Zurk (a VSO dutch volunteer). Photographs by Bobby Timonera. VSO PEACE Mindanao, Iligan City. 2008
5. Making the Difference. Kapamagogpa, Inc. Iligan City. 2008
6. Living peace: Stories of hope & collective action towards building a culture of peace in Mindanao. Madonna T. Virola and Marides V. Virola. Gail T. Ilagan, ed. Davao City: GoP-UN ACT for Peace Programme. 2008
7. Pieces for Peace: The MOA and the Mindanao Conflict. Preface by Atty. Nasser A. Marohomsalic. Philippine Council for Islam and Democracy. Magbassa Kita Foundation. Konrad Adenauer Stiftung. 2008
8. Islamic Model for Peace Education. Preface by Ms Amina Rasul. Philippine Council for Islam and Democracy. The Asia Foundation. Magbassa Kita Foundation. Mandaluyong City, Philippines. 2008
9. Iqra. Santanina Rasul [story of her involvement in literacy juxtaposed with first hand account of the history of armed conflict between Moro (MNLF) and state]. Magbassa Kita Foundation, Inc. 2008.
10. Building Peace in Aceh, Mindanao and Southern Thailand. Proceedings of the Consolidation for Peace Seminar 2. Penang, Malaysia: Research and Education for Peace, Universiti Sains Malaysia. 2008
11. Pooviyan woy Gantangan. Balaod ug Paghusay sa mga Obo Monuvu sa Apo Sandawa. Era Umpan Colmo Espana. Mindanawon Initiatives for Cultural Dialogue. Davao City. 2008
12. Babatokan ng mga tipanud (Istorya sa mga unang tao). Datu Aguido Sucnaan, Sr. and Datu Rudy T. Onlos. Tagum City: Tagum City Federation of Barangay Tribal Council, Inc. City Government of Tagum. 2008
13. People of the Middle Ground: A Century of Conflict and Central Mindanao, 1880-1980. Ronald K. Edgerton. Ateneo de Manila University Press. 2008
14. Ordinary Men, Extraordinary Lives: The Alexian Brothers in the Philippines. Melotte de Castro. Christine Diaz. Research and Publications Office, Ateneo de Davao University. 2008
15. Tausug & the Sulu Sultanate. Asreemoro. Kuala Lumpur: Saba Islamic Media. 2008
16. The Moro Reader: History and Contemporary Struggles of the Bangsamoro People. Bobby M. Tuazon, ed. Quezon City: Policy Study Publication and Advocacy (PSPA) Center for People Empowerment in Governance (CenPEG). 2008
17. Federalizing the Philippines: A Primer. Sen. Aquilino Pimentel. Philippine Normal University Press. 2008
18. Fire & Faith in Writing. Proceedings from the 14th Iligan National Writers Workshop. Edited by Christine Godinez-Ortega. 2008. Iligan. Published by MSU-IIT OVCRE. Iligan City. 2008
19. Davao Harvest 2. Ricardo M. de Ungria and Tita Lacambra Ayala, eds. National Commission on Culture and the Arts through the Davao Writers Guild. Davao City. 2008
20. Keepers of Dreams: Stories and Images of the Bukidnon Tribe. H. Marcos C. Mordeno, ed. Kitanglad Integrated NGOs, Inc. Malaybalay City, Bukidnon. 2008
21. Ang Gakit ni Noebong, ug Ubang Mga Sugilanon. Satur P. Apoyon. National Commission on Culture and the Arts through the Davao Writers Guild. Davao City. 2008
22. Rebels of Mindanao. Tom Anthony. Beaufort Books. 2008
23. Fly On The Wall 2. Gail Ilagan. CSI Printing Press. Davao City. 2008
24. Surgeons Do Not Cry. Ting Tiongco. University of the Philippines Press. Quezon City. 2008
25. The joys of dislocation: Mindanao, Nation and Region. Patricio N. Abinales. Anvil Publications, Pasig City. 2008
26. Making Theater: The craft of the Stage. Steven Patrick C. Fernandez. IPAG. 2007 released in 2008.
27. Mga Piling Dulang Mindanao: Unang Aklat. Arthur P. Casanova, ed. UST Publishing House. 2007 but released 2008. |
NOTE: Winner of 2008 National Book Award on Anthology.
28. Philippine Neo-Ethnic Choreography: A Creative Process. Agnes Locsin. 2008
29. Ang Batang Makulay. (set of 3 coloring books on Pinoy games, Filipino values and Children’s rights). Illustrated by Kublai. ABS-CBN’s Bantay Bata and Research and Publication Office, Ateneo de Davao University. 2008
30. Proceedings of the 1st scientific conference on the Agusan Marsh. Butuan City,
Agusan del Norte, Philippines, 21-23 May 2007. Jurgenne H. Primavera, ed. UNESCO Jakarta Office: Philippine Council for Aquatic and Marine Research and Development. 2008
31. Research Journal of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Gail Tan Ilagan, ed. Ateneo de Davao University. Davao City. 2008
32. Tambara Vol. 25. Ateneo de Davao University journal. Albert E. Alejo, SJ, M. Isabel S. Actub and Gail Tan Ilagan, eds. Davao City: Ateneo de Davao University. 2008
33. Tambara 25-year index of articles (1984-2008). Albert E. Alejo, SJ, M. Isabel S. Actub and Gail Tan Ilagan, eds. 2008. Davao City: Ateneo de Davao University. 2008
34. Mindanao Nursing Journal, maiden issue. Dr. Marleonie Bauyot, ed. San Pedro College. Davao City. 2008
35. Educational Research Journal. Vol. 1. Heidi K. Gloria, ed. Philippine Association of Graduate Education in Region 11. 2008
1. Bakwit: The Power of the Displaced. by Jose Jowel Canuday. Ateneo de Manila University Press. 2009
(NOTE: Won the National Book Award for Social Sciences)
2. Land Tenure Stories in Central Mindanao. Local Governments Support Program in ARMM (LGSPA), Kadtuntaya Foundation, Inc. (KFI) and MedNet. 2009
3. Raey of Hope: A “Shahid” in the midst of God’s poor. Eliseo R. Mercado, Jr., OMI and Wijawati H. Rainu Oblates of Mary Immaculate Philippine Province Printed in Davao City. 2009
4. Seeing through a split vine. Col. Ernesto Aradanas. Eastern Mindanao Command. Davao City. 2009
5. Peace for Mindanao. Proceedings of the Consolidation for Peace 3 (COP3) for Mindanao .
Edited by Kamaruizaman Askandar and Ayesah Abubakar. Research and Education for Peace, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Japan International Cooperation Agency, Southeast Asia Conflict StudiesNetwork. Penang, Malaysia. 2009
6. The Promise of Hilal: Stories of Good Governance in the ARMM. Local Governments Support Program in ARMM. 2009
7. Voices of Dissent: A Postscript to the MOA-AD Decision. Nasser Marohomsalic, Datu Michael Mastura, Soliman Santos, Fr. Joaquin Bernas, Atty. Sedfrey Candelaria and Fr. Eliseo “Jun” Mercado, Amina Rasul. Magbassa Kita Foundation, Inc. and Philippine Council for Islam and Democracy
8. Managing Performance in Peacebuilding: Framework for Conflict-Sensitive Monitoring and Evaluation, Starjoan D. Villanueva, Performance Measurement Specialist of the ACT for Peace. by UN-GoP Action for Conflict Transformation (ACT) forPeace. 2009
9. Peace Frames & Tapestries: Frontliners’ Perspectives on Peacebuilding Dimensions
Badrudin K. Abdul, Alhajar B. Abdulgafor, Abadia Abdulgani, Arcid S. Abdukahal, Jainab A. Abdulmajid, Oting A. Agting, Engr. Abdulrakman K. Asim, Khanappi K. Ayao, Nurisa U. Bakil, Mama D. Binangon, Hameedah Erlinda Ola-Casan, Hadja Giobay S. Diocolano, Kublai Elias, Rene Jamih , Edwina T. Jumsali, Bai Monina K. Macarongon, Radzma Jannaral-Suhaili, and Emily A. Trumat Edited by I. Julio Cesar L.Benitez.n UN-GoP Action for Conflict Transformation (ACT) for Peace. 2009
10. Kadtabanga: The Struggle Continues. Nash B. Maulana. UN-GoP Action for Conflict Transformation (ACT) for Peace. 2009
11. J. Marquez School of Peace Enriched Lesson Plans (2 books [Grades 1-III and Grades IV-VI])
Written by teachers of the school: Adelaida B. Dumandagan, Sinforiana G. Cadungog, JocelynT. Lacerna, Teresita M. Lising, Leonila S. Fernandez, Muntaz Tabai S. Guiamla, Mergie D. Benedicto, Salik A. Sulaiman, Rosalinda G. Maramara, Sarina D. Ali, Lou-Zelle Hershey R.
Mejia, Lindy N. Bantilan, Veronica L. Laranjo, Jainal Abidin P. Ismael, Angelina E. Seguerra, Merlina F. Sanggacala, Marivic O. Belotindos, Riza L. Baldove-Gasang, Rahiema R. Kamal, Apolonia P. Usman, Edna B. Hatague, Schenette C. Nillas, Mary Grace A. Berdeprado,
Raida J. Kamid, Marylou A. Mangansakan, Cecilia P. Rosete, Georgita G. Jeremias, Almira A. Torres, Conchinita T. Nimer, Benilda N. Acosta, Ernie V. Sarmiento, Lolita F. Dalinding, Delia B. Rodil, Anita S. Cabalan, Shirley R. Sumagaysay, and Jocelyn D. Cresencio-Aportadera
UN-GoP Action for Conflict Transformation (ACT) for Peace. 2009 12. Barangay Governance for Peace and Development Teresita V. Tajanlangit and Atty. Anthony Vitor UN-GoP Action for Conflict Transformation (ACT) for Peace. 2009
13. Empowering Communities for Self-Determination. Local Governments Support Program in ARMM. 2009
14. A field guide on Barangay Governance and Planning for ARMM Communities. Local Governments Support Program in ARMM. 2009
15. Strategic Local Economic Development: A Guide for Local Governments. Local Governments Support Program in ARMM. 2009
16. WaSH Field Guide: A Governance Approach to the Delivery of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Services (WaSH). Local Governments Support Program in ARMM. 2009
17. Manual on the Local Planning process: Formulating the CDP (Comprehensive Development Plans) and ELA (Executive and Legislative Agenda) in ARMM. Local Governments Support Program-ARMM. 2009
18. Batbat Hi Udan (The Story of Udan). Telesforo S. Sungkit Jr. 2009
19. About Us: Proceedings of the 16th Iligan National Writers Workshop. Edited by Christine Godinez-Ortega Mindanao State University-Iligan Institue of Technology OVCRE. 2009
20. In My Own Little Corner: Stories and Screenplays. Jeanne Lim (Dabawenya Palanca prize winner) National Commission for Culture and the Arts/Davao Writers Guild Tubao
Book Series. 2009
21. Tradisyon: Two Screenplays. Jeanne Lim. NCCA/DWG Tubao Book Series. 2009
22. Women Loving: Stories and a Play. Jhoanna Cruz. Anvil Publishing, Inc. 2009
23. Philosophy of Man: The existential drama. Ryan C. Maboloc. Rex Bookstore. 2009
24. Gen. Alexander B. Yano (ret): The Man who Dared to Dream. Ernie T. Bhagwani. 2009
25. Onay: an autobiography. By Gen. Alexander B. Yano. 2009.
26. Electric Dreams Come True. Moresco 1: Four Decades of Empowering People.
Text, photos and book design by Bobby Timonera. Moresco 1. 2009
27. Diwalwal: Bundok ng Ginto. Edgardo M. Reyes.
28. You Can Die Any Time: Death Squad Killings in Mindanao. Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch New York. April 2009
29. Inclusive Peace in Muslim Mindanao: Revisiting the Dynamics of Conflict and Exclusion.
Francisco J. Lara, Jr. and Phil Champain. International Alert. June 2009
30. Past, present and future in Mindanao: Analysis of the MNLF and MILF peace and
reintegration processes. Peacebuilding Papers (Quaderns de Construcció de Pau)
Albert Caramés Boada School for a Culture of Peace (Escola de Cultura de Pau)
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona Ministerio de Asuntos y Exteriorers y de Cooperacion, AECID, and Agencia Catalana de Cooperacio al Desenvolupament. July 2009
31. Cycle of conflict and neglect: Mindanao’s displacement and protection crisis. Frederik Kok Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre and Norwegian Refugee Council Geneva
32. Shattered Lives: Beyond the 2008-2009 Mindanao Armed Conflict. Amnesty International
Amnesty Internatonal Publications. London. 2009
33. Mindanao Forum. Edited by Christine Godinez-Ortega. MSU-IIT. 2008 but released in 2009
34. MindanaoForum: Language and Literature. Edited by Christine Godinez-Ortega and Luzviminda Cagas de la Cruz. MSU-IIT. 2008 but released in 2009
35. The Human Image in the Arts Inro to Humanities. Steven Patrick C. Fernandez. IPAG Arts Resource Management, Inc.
36. Tambara Vol. 26. Ateneo de Davao University Journal. Edited by Gail Ilagan, M. Isabel S. Actub and Rex Rola Research and Publications Office. Ateneo de Davao University
37. Mindanao Focus Journal 1, 2009. After the claim, who’s in control? Women’s changing resource access and control in titled ancestral domains. Ma. Lisa T. Alano. AFRIM Publications
38. Mindanao Focus Journal 2, 2009. We, Us, Ours : Toward unifying Mindanao people’s agenda for peace and development. AFRIM. AFRIM Publications. Davao City
39. Corruption and Communion. Fr. Albert E. Alejo, SJ Research and Publication Office
Ateneo de Davao University
40. Primer on International Humanitarian Law in the Philippine Context . Soliman M. Santos, Jr. Civil Society Initiatives for International Humanitarian Law (CSI-IHL)
1. Soldiers for Peace. Text and photos by Bobby Timonera. Edited by Gail Ilagan. Balay Mindanaw Foundation, Inc.
2. GRP-MILF Peace Drafts 2010: Comments and Analysis. Patricio P. Diaz and Rudy Buhay Rodil.
MindaNews Publications with the assistance of The Asia Foundation
3. War Wounded: Combat Stress Sequelae of 10ID Soldiers. Gail Tan Ilagan. Ateneo de Davao University Research and Publications Office
4. Batasan Adansil: Customary Laws of the Higaonon Tribe in Iligan City. Intellectual Property of the Higa-onon Tribe of Iligan City Kasabuwa hu Kalinaw daw kalambuan (Kagsabuwa, Inc) with the support of DED (German Development Service) and Technical assistance from City mayor’s Office – Office of the Maranao, Higaonon and Other Cultural Communities 87 pages, written in Bisaya
5. GRP-MILF Peace Process: Compilation of Signed Agreements & Other Related Documents (1997-2010). MILF Peace Panel in conjunction with The Asia Foundation
6. Orthodoxy and History in the Muslim Mindanao Narrative 1890-2006. PN Abinales.
Ateneo de Manila University Press.
7. Primed and Pursposeful: Armed Groups and Human Security Efforts in the Philipines.
Soliman Santos, Jr. and Paz Verdades M. Santos with Octatvo A. Dinampo, Herman Joseph S. Kraft, Artha Kira R. Paredes and Raymund Jose G. Quilop. A joint publication of the South_South Network for Non-State Armed group Engagement and the Small Arms Survey.
8. Challenges to Human Security in Complex Situations: The case of conflict in the Southern Philippines. Editors. Merlie B. Mendoza and Victor M. Taylor. Published by the Asian disaster Reduction and Response Network with funding support from AusAid.
9. Referendum on Political Options for the Bangsamoro: Study Papers on the Legal and Historical Basis. Mindanao Peoples’ Peace Movement with the financial assistance of
Mensen met een Missie, The Netherlands.
10. Noor-US Salam: Women of Faith, Light of Peace. Proccedings of the Regional Conference of Women Peace Advocates. 24-27 January 2010. Philippine Council for Islam and Democracy
11. The NUCP Story: Now the work begins. Philippine Council for Islam and Democracy=
12. About Us. Proceedings of the 17th Iligan National Writers’ Workshop.Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research & Extension’s Multimedia Information & Dissemination Unit (OVCRE-MMIDU) Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology.
13. Making Theatre: The Craft of the Stage. Steven Patrick C. Fernandez. Integrated Performing Arts Guild-ARM
14. The Masses are Messiah: Contemplating the Filipino Soul. Karl M. Gaspar, CSsR.
Institute of Spirituality in Asia, Quezon City.
15. Voices from Sulu: A Collection of Tausug Oral Traditions. Compiled and edited by Gerard Rixhon.
Storytellers: Mullung (Muhammad Absari Salahuddin), Muhan Julasman, Hatib Mama and Panglima Adjarani Kuja’asan). Ateneo de Manila University Press. Quezon City.
16. Soldiers as Peacemaekers, Peackeepers and Peacebuilders. (ret) Lt. Gen. Benjamin Dolorfino. Limited edition. Institute of Autonomy and Governance in Cotabato City is reprinting
copies of the book to make it accessible to more readers.
17. Ehemplo: Spirituality of Shared Integrity in Philippine Church and Society. Albert E. Alejo, SJ.
Institute of Spirituality in Asia
18. PacMan: Behind the scenes with Manny Pacquiao. The Greatest Pound for Pound Fighter in the World Gary Andrew Poole. Da Capo Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts
19. Agaw Dilim, Agaw Liwanag. Lualhati Milan Abreu. University of the Philippines Press.
20. Sarena’s Story: The Loss of a Kingdom. Criselda Yabes. University of the Philippines Press.
21. Compilation of AFRIM Publications : Peace and development. AFRIM Publications
22. Compilation of AFRIM Publications : Banana Issues in Mindanao. AFRIM Publications
23. Compilation of AFRIM Publications : Agrarian Reform in Mindanao. AFRIM Publications
24. Chavacano de Zamboanga, Compendio y Diccionario (Chavacano-English and English-Chavacano).written and compiled by Dr. Rolando Arquiza Santos. Edited by Dr. Claribel Concepcion and Dr. Aireen Barrios-Arnuco. Ateneo de Zamboanga University Press
25. Expanding Spaces for Change, Peace and Development Communities: A decade of Building Peace in Mindanao. ACT for Peace Programme
26. Peace Modules. Mindanao Team of the Catholic Relief Services. ACT for Peace Programme
27. Enriched Lesson Plans. Team of Peace Educators in the Caraga Region. ACT for Peace Programme
28. Essence of Islamic Leadership and Governance: A tool for Personal and Societal Transformation. Alkhaulan Hashim with contributions from James Alih Abdul, Professor Alih Aiyub, Nurhasan Danial, Engineer Earl-Darren Asmad and the development advocates of Western Mindanao. ACT for Peace Programme
29. Conflict-Sensitive Peace Promoting Barangay Development Plan. Dolores Corro, Jose Dax Evaristo Tibus and April Jhim dela Cruz. ACT for Peace Programme
30. Mindanao Forum Vol. 22 no. 1 (June 2009). Issue editor: Dr. L.C. Sevidal Castro.
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research & Extension’s Multimedia Information & Dissemination Unit (OVCRE-MMIDU). Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology
31. Mindanao Forum Vol. no. 2 (December 2009). Editor: Christine Godinez-Ortega
32. Mindanao Forum Vol. 23 no. 1 (June 2010)/ Editor: Christine Godinez-Ortega
33. Kinaadman: A journal of the Southern Philippines. Published by the Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan (the 2010 volume XXXII is a Fr. William F. Masterson SJ Centennial
34. La Sallian Research Forum vol 14 nos. 6 and 7 and vol 15 nos. 1 and 2, published by La Salle University, Ozamiz City
35. The Mindanao Forum: Official Journal of MSU-IIT volume XXIII No. 2.
36. They Own the People. The Ampatuans, State-Backed Militias, and Killings in the Southern Philippines.
37. Fact-finding during Armed Conflict. Report of the 2009 Verification Mission to the Philippiens to investigate Allegations of Anti-Personnel Landmine Use by the Moro
Islamic Liberation Front. Chris Rush (Part 1 and 3); Mission Team (Professir Eric David, Phil
Halford and Chris Rush (Part 2). Geneva Call
38. Towards a Mindanao People’s Peace Agenda, Initiatives for International Dialogue
1. Mindanao into the 21st Century: A photographic journey. Edited by Bobby Timonera. MindaNews Publications 2011
2. Troubled Odyssey: The GRP-MILF Peace Process. Patricio P. Diaz. MindaNews Publications 2011
3. Fields of Hope: Stories of Inter-religious Dialogues and Peace-building. Fr. Roberto C. Layson, OMI. MindaNews Publication 2011
4. In Defense of and Thinking Beyond the GRP-MILF MOA-AD: A Peace Advocate’s Essays on the Controversial Memorandum of Agreement onAncestral Domain. Soliman M. Santos, Jr. Alternate Forum for Research in Mindanao. 2011
5. Bangsamoro sa malapitan: Pagpupunyagi sa sariling pagpasya. Lualhati Milan Abreu. Edited by Bonifacio P. Ilagan. Center for People Empowerment in Governance. Quezon City.
6. Tibay ng Loob: The Mindanao Resilient Communities Project Report. Gail Tan Ilagan, Nelly Z. Limbadan and Ericson D. Batican. Alternate Forum for Research in Mindanao. 2011
7. The tale of Tabunaway and Mamalu. Kadtunataya Foundation, Inc. Cotabato City and Evangelischer Entwicklungsdienst Church Development Service. 2011
8. Peace Warriors: On the trail with Filipino Soldiers. Criselda Yabes. Anvil Publishing, Inc. 2011.
9. The Davao We Know. 19 essays. Compiled and edited by Lolita R. Lacuesta. Anvil Publishing, Inc. 2011
10. Heartwood: A Chapbook of Poems. Jhoanna B. Cruz . Davao City Road Map Series, 2011.
11. Tala Mundi. The Collected Poems of Tita Agcaoili Lacambra Ayala. Tita Lacambra Ayala. Edited and with critical introduction and guideby Ricardo M. de Ungria. University of Santo Tomas Publishing House. 2011
12. The Best of Dagmay 2007-2009. Ricardo M. De Ungria, Macario D. Tiu, Jhoana Lynn B. Cruz and Domique Gerald M. Cimafranca, eds. 2010. Davao Writers Guild Tubao Book Series. National Commission for Culture and the Arts
13. The Poetry of Place: Proceedings of the 17th Iligan National Writers Worskshop. Edited by Christine F. Godinez-Ortega. Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology. 201
14. Haileystones. Kristelle Alina Rizardo Omar. MindaNews Publications. 2011
15. Colors of the Soul: Poetry and Paintings in the Spiritual Journey. Marjorie T. Guingona, SAC. Claretian Publications.
16. Fractional Lives. Marfori, Margarita. Davao Writers Guild Tubao Book Series. Manila: National Commission for Culture and the Arts.
17. Kakistocracy: The Rule of the Unprincipled, Unethical and Unqualified. Ronnie V. Amorado. Ateneo de Davao University Research and Publication Office. 2011
18. La Parroquia: Te Catholic Chruch in Zamboanga 1910-2010. Aireen Barrios Arnuco and Ma. Christina A. Canones. Edited by Jonathan A. Siason and Pamela R. Castrillo. Ateneo de Zamboanga Press. 2011
19. Manobo Dreams in Arakan: A People’s Struggle to Keep Their Homeland. Karl Gaspar, CSsR. Ateneo de Manila University Press. 2011.
20. Revolutionary Spirit: Jose Rizal in Southeast Asia. John Nery. Ateneo de Manila University Press. 2011
21. Engaging Men and Boys in Gender Equality: Vignettes from Asia and Africa. Selangor: Aurelio Camilo B. Naraval, Gail Ilagan, AKM Masud Ali, Faustine Ngarambe ad Alvin Concha. International Council on Management and Population Programme and New York: United Nations Population Fund. 2011
22. Mga Pahimangno ni Fye We sa Bulan. Donabelle G. Celebrad and Kiblawan CADEP learners and facilitators. Edited and translated by Rosalinda C. Tomas, Gladys Mebrano-Garcia, and Karl Gaspar, CSsR. Center for Social Development Research and Br. Polycarp Institute for
Community Development Foundation, Inc. Davao City. 2011
23. The Church. Roawie L. Quimba, Teresita M. Francisco, and Amalia M. Sagaral. Blue Patriarch Publishing House, Davao City. 2011
24. Jesus Christ. Roawie L. Quimba. Blue Patriarch Publishing House. Davao City.
25. Tambara vol 28. 2011. Edited by Gail T. Ilagan, Pamela R. Castrillo and Patricio N. Abinales. Davao City: Ateneo de Davao University (peer reviewed by an international pool of subject matter experts).
26. Prospects for peace in the Aquino administration. Autonomy and Peace Review. Institute of Autonomy and Governance. Cotabato City. January to March 2011
27. Upholding the Indigenous Peoples Right to Self-Determination. Institute of Autonomy and Governance. Cotabato City. April to June 2011
28. Revisiting the Shari’ah Courts in the Philippines. Parido “Phardz” Rahman Pigkaulan in Autonomy and Peace Review. Institute of Autonomy and Governance. July to Sept. 2011.
1. Kalinaw. Kalipay. Gugma (3 coloring books). Illustrations by Kublai Millan. Peacebuilders Communityy.
2. Nur Misuari: An authorized biography, Tom Stern. Anvil Publishing, Inc.
3. Tipik. Hinagpat nga mga nagkadaiyang tipik sa malahutayong kalinaw nga iya sa Mindanaw. Kublai Ponce Millan. Poetry by Bro. Karl M. Gaspar, CSsR. With prologue by Philip Somozo and postcript by Stella Estremera. Printed by ImageWorld Digital, Davao City. 180 pages