This two-part post is an interview on teaching English as a Foreign Language in a private university in Pakistan and in a public university in Herat.
This is the story of an American’s adventures among the indigenous people of the Indonesian highlands, the Damudani or Dani tribe.
This is the second of a two-part account of my life in Tagaytay, Cavite after moving from Metro Manila.
I first interviewed Richie Quirino about his books and video on Filipino jazz in “A Jazz Musician and Jazz Journalist.” , where I discovered a two-volume work by Helena Blavatsky, the society’s founder.
Bridges: Intercultural Conversation 1 and 2 is available in PDF files at the textbook page.
I’m a staunch believer in using materials designed to meet the particular needs of particular students—their
Donna Miscolta and I did an interview after the publication of her first book (Signal 8 Press, 2011), a novel dealing with a Filipino’s immigration to the United Sates and his subsequent family life
In Part 1 of this interview, Susan Quimpo talks about her family’s activism during martial law and the initial impetus for the memoir. In Part 2 she continues with a description of writing the book
Author interview with Susan Quimpo, editor and co-author of the family memoir “Subversive Lives,” which tells the story of an anti-Marcos activist family during martial law.
This is a story of love, perseverance, courage and faith—an adventure which began when Chris lost his legs above the knee. He and Geri struggled to maintain their active lifestyle, working, traveling,