Pantayong Pananaw and Bagong Kasaysayan in the new Filipino Historiography. A History of Filipino Historiography as an History of Ideas.
|Other Titles:||Pantayong Pananaw und Bagong Kasaysayan in der Neueren Philippinischen Historiography. Die Geschichte der philippinischen Historiographie als eine Ideengeschichte unterschiedlicher Sichtweisen.||Authors:||Reyes, Portia||Supervisor:||Wagner, Wilfried||1. Expert:||Wagner, Wilfried||Experts:||Bechtloff, Dagmar||Abstract:||
In the context of philippinische Historiographiegeschichte as Ideengeschichte, the Filipino Pantayong Pananaw would be defined; then, illustrated as the times´ philosophy, methodology, and perspective of history, which begun the country´s new history and historiography, Bagong Kasaysayan. PP and BK embody therewith the Filipino historians´ emic indigenization movement --- pag-aangking mula sa loob, which proceeded towards the start of an actual Filipino historiography, Pagsasakasaysayang Pilipino.The ancient Filipino concept for history is kasaysayan, meaning significant story(ies); chosen, important narratives --- orally transferred through folklore, genealogies, songs and rituals --- of the communities. Political colonization and intellectual compartmentalization starting 1565 discontinued this. Concept kasaysayan was repressed; placed in its stead was historía, narratives of colonizing foreigners, who had contacts with the native inhabitants --- the eventually recognized Philippine history and historiography. Historía was continually perpetuated by Filipino (foreign) educated historians; which, in turn, led to the average Filipino´s foreign conception of his own history. However, this trend was broken starting the 1970´s. Pantayong Pananaw was introduced. For the historian, this is a metaphorical return to himself and to his people. For the discipline, this is the operational Filipino written historical discourse´s start. The historian must methodologically create a significant Filipino history, Bagong Kasaysayan. This meant, creation of history, about, by, for the Filipino, in Filipino; the commencement of Pagsasakasaysayang Pilipino; the realization of disciplinal indigenization --- a political stand; part of the people´s exertions in independently determining their pride and person, in regaining mastery of their probable future, especially in the midst of today´s mythos globalizing community.
|Keywords:||Pantayong Pananaw; Bagong Kasaysayan; Filipino Historiography; Emic Indigenization||Issue Date:||3-Sep-2002||Type:||Dissertation||Secondary publication:||no||URN:||urn:nbn:de:gbv:46-diss000003894||Institution:||Universität Bremen||Faculty:||Fachbereich 08: Sozialwissenschaften (FB 08)|
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