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This new literary collection features 20 writers, mostly emerging
voices from the northern Mindanao area.   Prefaced with an essay
on the ‘region’ as a critical concept in viewing contemporary
Philippine literature, it is a helpful resource for courses related to
writings from the regions, contemporary literature in the
Philippines, Philippine literary criticism and creative writing.
Funded by CHED, this project was undertaken by Xavier’s DELL
(Department of English Language and Literature) as Center of
Development for Literature.

 

 

 

 

 

Tinubdan:  New Voices from Northern Mindanao

Literary Anthology
Edited by Arlene Yandug, Ma Elena Paulma, and Lilia Cotejar
Copyright 2021
ISBN 978-971-9094-29-6
210 mm x 140 mm
258 pages
Price: Php 310.00

camiguin

This combines ethno-historical research on Camiguin island with
fictional elements.  Evoking the lush natural environment and
cultural atmosphere of the island, the book delves into the
island’s past, beginning with the lives of early Manobo
inhabitants.  The second part tells how the Christian missionary
center was established by the Augustinian Recollects, then
followed by an account on Camiguin’s legendary warrior and
healer, Datu Mehong.  The last part of the book recounts the
infamous volcanic eruption in 1871.

 

 

 

 

 

The Untold Stories of Camiguin Island

by Andrés Narros Lluch
Copyright 2020
ISBN 978-971-9094-30-2
213 mm x 138 mm
134 pages
Php 380.00

songs sprung from native soils

The book provides a critical framework with which to view
Mindanaoan literature. By way of interview, it presents the
writers’ personal backgrounds, their influences and creative
processes. The rich information in these conversations
complements the introduction which critiques the unbalanced
cultural and literary development in the Philippines in the light of
the center-region discourse.    The writers interviewed are:
Leoncio Deriada, Noralyn Mustafa, Jaime An Lim, Christine
Godinez-Ortega, Calbi Asain, Lia Lopez-Chua, Telesforo Sungkit Jr,
and Almayrah Tiburon.

 

 

 

 

Songs Sprung from Native Soils

by Ricardo de Ungria
Copyright 2019
ISBN 978-971-0094-31-9
228 mm x 153 mm    
371 pages
Price: Php 550.00

X75 Cofeetable Book

Through pictures and words, we tell the story of Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan. This narrative of 75+ years celebrates the academic life and community spirit, the times and challenges that have shaped Xavier over the years. In our telling of this story, we remember with gratitude all those who came to form and be formed while here at Xavier. We honor the men and women who devoted their lives to this mission, teaching us in countless ways “to prepare for sacrifice” and to offer our lives “for God and country.”

This story has been compiled from various sources, the most significant of which was Fr Miguel A Bernad’s “Significant Dates,” a chronicle of milestones in the life of the University. Another source was the gathered input from faculty members, students and alumni who drew variously from memorabilia, brochures, yearbooks, Xavier University studies, official documents, and the like to portray a meaningful arc of the life and growth of the University.

In faith, we hold these events not to be merely accidental or without purpose. We believe Xavier University to be more than just a school. It is also a place in which God moves and inspires and calls us.

We are humbled to be part of this Ignatian tradition and noble enterprise. In sharing our story with you, we invite you to rejoice with us. By the grace of God, we have never stopped learning how to love and serve. And by the love of God, we shall continue to give “our hands in help, our hearts in love, and our lives that other men might live.” This is the truth of our hope and very desire.

Veritas liberabit vos.

X75+ Cofeetable Book

Copyright 2010
ISBN 978-971-9094-07-4
225 mm x 225 mm
252 pages
Price: Php 1,000.00

KJ41 f

Kinaadman is a refereed journal produced yearly by Xavier University Press. It publishes multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary articles or studies in the social sciences and humanities, particularly those concerning Mindanao. Its target readers are the workers in the academe and other social organizations which are interested in the various aspects of Philippine life especially in the southern part of the Philippines.

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

Kinaadman Journal Volume 30 – to present

Copyright 2008 - 2019
ISSN 0115-6012
148 mm x 210 mm
336 pages | 107 pages
Price: Php 350.00 per volume

KJ29 f

Kinaadman is a refereed journal produced yearly by Xavier University Press. It publishes multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary articles or studies in the social sciences and humanities, particularly those concerning Mindanao. Its target readers are the workers in the academe and other social organizations which are interested in the various aspects of Philippine life especially in the southern part of the Philippines.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Kinaadman Journal Volume 1 – 29 & Index Volume

Copyright 1979 - 2007
ISSN 0115-6012
148 mm x 210 mm
228 pages | 240 pages
Price: Php 200.00 per volume