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Hau Caroline Sy

Hau Caroline Sy
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research field  (1): Literature - General
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 2019 - 2022 Network Analysis on Elite Circulation in Southeast Asia
  • 2017 - 2020 Reconsidering State-Building in Southeast Asia
Papers (22):
  • Caroline S. Hau. Transregional Southeast Asia: Perspectives from an Outlier. Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints. 2020. 68. 1. 3-28
  • Caroline S. Hau. Tales of the Unexpected, or The Art of Border-Raiding in a Time of Uncertainty. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies. 2020. 21. 1. 127-144
  • For Whom are Southeast Asian Studies?. Asian Studies: Journal of Critical Perspectives on Asia. 2020. 56. 1. 59-98
  • Dovie Beams and Philippine Politics: A President’s Scandalous Affair and First Lady Power on the Eve of Martial Law. Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints. 2019. 67. 3-4. 595-634
  • Caroline-sy Hau. Did Padre Damaso Rape Pia Abla?: Reticence, Revelation, and Revolution in Jose Rizal's Novels. Philippine Studies. 2017. 65. 2. 133-197
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Books (33):
  • "Democratizing Luxury: ‘Sex and Shopping’ Novels in Japan and the United States," States and Societies in Motion, edited by Khoo Boo Teak and Jafar Suryomenggolo, 72-103.
    Leiden: Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences Press 2020
  • Demigods and Monsters: Stories
    University of the Philippines Press 2019
  • Tiempo Muerto
    Ateneo de Manila University Press 2019
  • Interpreting Rizal
    Ateneo de Manila University Press 2018
  • Elites and Ilustrados in Philippine Culture
    Ateneo de Manila University Press 2017
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Lectures and oral presentations  (61):
  • Commencement Address
    (Asian Center, University of the Philippines 2020)
  • For Whom are Southeast Asian Studies?
    (Frank Golay Memorial Lecture 2019)
  • Keynote Speech, Transregional Southeast Asia: Perspectives from an Outlier
    (European Association of Southeast Asian Studies Conference 2019)
  • Keynote Speech, Tales of the Unexpected, or the Art of Border Raiding in a Time of Uncertainty
    (Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Conference 2019)
  • Post-EDSA Philippine Studies: Issues and Challenges
    (Conference for Young Scholars of Philippine Studies in Japan 2017)
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Awards (10):
  • 2021/03 - Philippine Studies Group of Association of Asian Studies (USA) Grant Goodman Prize in Historical Studies Lifetime Achievement Award
  • 2019/11 - Manila Critics Circle and National Book Development Board of the Philippines 38th National Book Award of the Philippines Best Book of Literary Criticism/Literary History, "Interpreting Rizal"
  • 2018/10 - Manila Critics Circle and National Book Development Board of the Philippines 37th National Book Award, Philippines Best Book of Literary Criticism/Literary History, "Elites and Ilustrados in Philippine Culture"
  • 2017/10 - Manila Critics Circle and National Book Development Board of the Philippines 36th National Book Award, Philippines Best Anthology (Bilingual), "Remembering/Rethinking EDSA"
  • 2016/10 - Manila Critics Circle and National Book Development Board of the Philippines 35th National Book Award, Philippines Cirilo F. Bautista Prize for Best Book of Short Fiction in English, "Recuerdos de Patay and Other Stories"
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