Looking For The Prehispanic Filipino
William Henry Scott's 'Looking for the Prehispanic Filipino and Other Essays in Philippine History' covers a range of subject matter, focusing on the identification of the forces that determine patterns of cultural accommodation, struggle, political as well as economic change during the first century of Spanish colonization. In these essays, the Filipinos are seen neither as passive objects of colonial rule nor as victims of early Spanish policy. Rather they are seen as actors who have responded to their environment as well as events in a manner that have helped determine their destiny in history.
New Day Publishers, Philippines
First printing, 1992
Second Printing, 1994
Softcover / 8.75 x 5.75 inches / 172 pages / BW