Ph.D. Julieta C. Mallari's research while affiliated with University of the Philippines and other places

Publications (2)

Article
When the Spanish colonizers reached Pampanga, a province in the northern part of the Philippines, the meeting between the East and the West meant an impact of the grafted civilization over the conquered people. Religious and cultural hybridization (Bhaba 1994) inevitably took place in Pampanga. Kapampangan verbal art modestly welcomed an alien coun...
Article
This paper focuses on the metaphorical categories of the Sinukwan legendsthat could account for the ethnocentric qualities of the Kapampangans (people ofPampanga, a province in the northern part of the Philippines) and their behavioralpatterns as a distinct race. According to oral accounts, Sinukwan, supposedly the firstinhabitant in Pampanga, was...

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... The focus of this study is similar in revealing the political control manifested by the novels. Mallari (2009) likewise probes on the ethnocentricity of the Kapampangans through her paper on 'King Sinukwan Mythology and the Kapampangan Psyche' which details the powerful force transmitted by the legendary king of the Kapampangans to affirm their own distinct affinity as a race thereby associating the myth with the present qualities of the people. Indeed, the influence of Aring Sinukwan greatly penetrates into the novels not only his qualities which are transported to the characters but also the socio-political circumstances of his existence. ...