About the book:
“Understandably, there is more of the literary than any of the other arts here. From these pieces put together, the reader is invited to form a picture of the bigger Cebuano culture of which they speak…Outside of Cebu no one seems to know— or care—about what we are doing here. At the same time, one may be so caught up in local happenings that one doesn’t give a thought to other events of the kind in the rest of the country. This lack of connection is somehow addressed by the pieces in this book.” [from the “Preface”]
Publisher: University of San Carlos Press
Publication Date: 2015
Size: 150 x 230mm
About the author:
Dr. Erlinda Kintanar-Alburo has been teaching language, literature and research at the University of San Carlos, where she was director of the Cebuano Studies Center from 1996 until 2011. She has presented papers in local and international conferences, written numerous journal articles and edited various anthologies of Cebuano literature for the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, the Cebuano Studies Center and the Women in Literary Arts – Cebu (WILA). She has served as head, adviser, founding member and/or board member in national professional groups in Philippine Studies, History, Anthropology, Cultural and Literary Research; as well as in local groups like the WILA, the Akademiyang Bisaya, Hamiling Binilin and the Creative Cebu Council. She sits in the Cultural and Historical Affairs Commission of Cebu City and of the Language Commission of Cebu province. For her work in cultural advocacy, especially in the promotion of Cebuano and Cebuano literature, she has received achievement awards, like those given by the 1st Taboan Literary Arts Festival (2010), the UP Dept. of English/Comparative Literature (2011) and the National Research Council of the Philippines (2011).