More than a year ago, the UPB Kasarian Gender Studies Program has set-up a book center that addressed the needs of students, faculty members, and interested researchers about gender-related topics and other matters concerning gender, sexuality, population, development, and other perspectives.
Kasarian has now a collection of 121 books that tackles on different aspects mentioned earlier. The KASARIAN has also a collection of newsletters, magazines, annual reports, and journals that may be utilized for future researches and may serve as relevant literatures for such endeavors.
Kasarian is working its way to increase their book collection by subscribing to different organizations and publishing companies that release reading materials. It envisions a generation of people that are delving in the field of gender-related topics and at the same time, interested in pursuing studies regarding gender.
Below is the list of books and reading materials with their corresponding accession number available for room-use in the KASARIAN office.
Voices of the People in 2 Communes, The Population and Development International-PDI Hanoi; 7th Floor, 42 Lo Duc Street, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Invisible Borders: Reportage from Our Mekong, Inter Press Service (IPS) Asia-Pacific 25 Ratchawithi Soi 22 Dusit, Bangkok 10300 Thailand. 2003.
Living Collections, ISIS International-Manila, 3 Marunong Street, Brgy. Central, Quezon City 1100, Philippines. 1997.
Stivens, Maila. “Why Gender Matters in Southeast Asian Politics”, Monash. Aristoc Press Pty. Ltd. Glen Waverley, Australia. 1991.
Ostergaard, Lise “Gender and Development: A practical guide”, Mackays of Chatham PLC, Chatham, Kent. 1992
Shanley, Mary Lyndon and Pateman, Carole “Feminist Interpretations and Political Theory”, Polity Press, Cambridge, UK. 1991
Coole, Diana “Women in Political Theory”, Wheatsheaf Books. 1998.
Brown, Wendy “Politics, Manhood and Political Theory”, Rowman & Littlefield, Totowa, New Jersey. 1988
Tinker, Irene “Persistent Inequalities: Women and World Development”, Oxford University Press, New York. 1990.
Parker, Russo, Sommer and Yaeger “Nationalisms and Sexualities”, Routledge, Chapman and Hall, Inc. United States of America. 1992
Hirsch, Marianne and Keller, Evelyn Fox “Conflicts in Feminism”, Routledge, Chapman and Hall, Inc. 1990.
Kintanar, T. (editor) (2001).Women's Bodies, Women's Lives: An Anthology of Philippine Fiction and Poetry on Women's Health Issues. Quezon City: University Center for Women's Studies, University of the Philippines.
Santos, Aida F. Violence Against Women in Times of War and Peace, Gender, Reproductive Health, and Development Monograph Series; UP Center for Women's Studies. University of the Philippines. Copyright 2002.
Alunan, Merlie M. “Kaaging Bisaya: Gender Research in the Visayas”, Gender, Reproductive Health and Development Project; UP Center for Women's Studies and the Ford Foundation. 2002.
Facts for Life, Philippine National Edition,: Philippine Information Agency (PIA) in cooperation with the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), Manila. Philippines. 1989.
Batangan, Ma. Theresa Ujano, Henrietta Cabado-Espanola, and Michael Tan. Love and Desire:Young Filipinos and Sexual Risks. The UP Center for Women's Studies and the Ford Foundation. University of the Philippines. Copyright 2001.
Finding Common Ground Through Dialogue: The National Summit of Religious Leaders Toward a Culture of Peace. United Nations Development Programme and The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Progress; Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu, Philippines. September 5-7, 2005.
Bagamaspad, Anavic, Erlinda Castro-Palaganas, Jennifer Josef, Leticia Tolentino, Marilu Cardenas. Mainstreaming Indigenous Health Knowledge and Practices. University of the Philippines- Center for Integrative and Development Studies, Diliman, Quezon City: Philippines. 2001.
Wanted: Magic.. What women want to know about lesbian sexual health, safe sex and other matters. Lesbian Advocates Philippines (LeAP!), Inc.; 58-E Kamias Road, Quezon City Philippines.
Changing Lenses: Women's Perspectives on Media. ISIS International-Manila; 3 Marunong Street, Brgy. Central, Quezon City 1100, Philippines.1999.
Palaganas, Erlinda Castro “Health Consequences of Gender-Based Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices”, The University of the Philippines Baguio Cordillera Studies Center Baguio City: The Department of Health-CAR and UP Baguio KASARIAN Gender Studies Program. Copyright 2004.
Danguilan, Marilen J. “Making Choices in Good Faith: A Challenge to the Catholic Church's Teachings on Sexuality and Contraception”, Woman Health Philippines. 1993.
Pudno a Pasamak ken Karbengan ti Babbai: CEDAW Praymer,National Commission on the Role of the Filipino Women (NCRFW) and UNIFEM CEDAW Southeast Asia Program-Philippines with the support from the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA). Philippines. 2006.
Datuin, Flaudette May V. “The Spaces of Masculinity and Femininity in the Visual Arts: Bohol, Dumaguete and Palawan”, Gender, Reproductive Health, and Development Monograph Series; UP Center for Women's Studies. University of the Philippines. Copyright 2002.
RATED R: Stories of Abortion, Risk and Restoration. Philippines: Likhaan Center for Women's Health Inc..
Sad Tales (of) The Womb: Women's Experience on Childbirth, Family Planning and Abortion. (). Philippines: Likhaan Center for Women's Health Inc..
Science Diliman.Vol.3, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City1101, Philippines. 1990.
Encanto, Georgina Reyes “Constructing the Filipina: A History of Women's Magazines”, TheUniversity of the Philippines Press; E. de los Santos St., UP Campus, Diliman, Quezon City 1101. 1981-2002
Guzman, O. d. (2008). Teaching CEDAW: A Compendium of Teacher's Guidelines on Integrating a human Rights Framework in the College Curriculum and Sample Course Syllabi with CEDAW Application. Quezon City: UP Center for Women's Studies- University of the Philippines.
Torres, Amaryllis Tiglao “Love in the Time of Ina Morata”, Gender, Reproductive Health and Development Monograph Series 2002. UP Center for Women's Studies; University of the Philippines.
Carbon, Ph.D., Hector P. “SAYAP: A Hat which became a Town 1900-1980. A Study on the Local History of Midsayap”, Philippines.2003.
Mojica, Mariluz “Contemporary Issues in STD-HIV/AIDS Research and Prevention: Focus on the Philippine Experience”, A Publication of the UP Center for Women's Studies and the Ford Foundation. 2002.
Paguntalan, Aileen May C. “Nimble Fingers, Clenched Fists: Dynamic Structure, Agency and Women's Spaces in a Manufacturing Company”, A Publication of the UP Center for Women's Studies and the Ford Foundation.
Yue, Chia Siow “A Gender Agenda: Asia-Europe Dialogue 3, Economic Empowerment for Gender Equality”, Asia-Europe Foundation and Japan Center for International Exchange. Copyright 2006.
Reyes, Diwata “Women's Issues in Medical Practice”, Gender, Reproductive Health and Development Project Book Series; UP Center for Women's Studies and the Ford Foundation. 2002.
Guerrero, Sylvia H. “Women and Gender in Population and Development”, Gender, Reproductive Health, and Development Project Book Series; University Center for Women's Studies, University of the Philippines, Quezon City, Philippines. 2001.
Sexuality in Southeast Asia and China: Emerging Issues. (2007). Nakhon Pathom 73170 Thailand: The Southeast Asian Consortium on Gender, Sexuality and Health c/o Center for health policy Studies.
"Realizing Indigenous Women's Rights: A Handbook on the Cedaw". Tebtebba Foundation, No.1 Roman Ayson Rd., 2600 Baguio City, Philippines. 2013.
Penelope, Julia and Valentine, Sarah. FINDING THE LESBIANS: Personal Accounts From Around The World. The Crossing Press Freedom, CA 95019. 1990.
Tauli-Corpuz, Victoria “Good Practices on Indigenous People's Development”, Tebtebba Foundation, No.1 Roman Ayson Rd., 2600 Baguio City, Philippines. 2006.
Andersen, M., & Collins, P. (1995).RACE, CLASS, and GENDER: An Anthology. 2nd edition. United States: Wadsworth Publishing Company.
Singco-Holmes, Margarita Go “A Different Love: Being Gay in the Philippines”, Anvil Publishing, Inc., 3rd Floor, Rudgen II Building 17 Shaw Boulevard, Pasig, Metro Manila. Copyright 1993.
Romero-Medina, Amanda, Chandra K. Roy, and Victoria Tauli-Corpuz “Beyond the Silencing of the Guns”, Tebtebba Foundation, No.1 Roman Ayson Rd., 2600 Baguio City, Philippines. 2004.
Sobritchea, Carolyn I. “Gender Violence: Its Socio-Cultural Dimensions”, A Publication of the UP Center for Women's Studies. Copyright 2001.
“People's Communication for Development”, ISIS International-Manila with the support of the International Development Research Center (IDRC); 3 Marunong Street, Brgy. Central, Quezon City 1100, Philippines.
Hoy, P., Schor, E., & DiYanni, R. (1990).WOMEN'S VOICES: Visions and Perspectives. United States: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company.
Kintanar, T. (2001).Women's Bodies, Women's Lives: An Anthology of Philippine Fiction and Poetry on Women's Health Issues. Quezon City: University Center for Women's Studies, University of the Philippines.
“Training for Transformation”
Bonner, Christine, Martha Chen, James Heintz, Renana Jhabvala, Francie Lund, and Joann Vanek “Progress of the World's Women 2005”, United Nations Development Fund for Women ; 304 East 45th Street, 15th Floor New York 10017: USA. 2005.
Maychin, Janet and Pasimio, Judy A. “Gender and Identity- Based Politics”, Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD) 3rd Floor, YMCA Building, 11 Sermsuk Road, Soi Mengrairasmi, Santitham, Chiangmai, 50300, Thailand: Bali, Indonesia
“Innovations in Informal Education: The Challenge for Teacher Training Institutions”, Bureau of Non-formal Education Department of Education; 3rd Floor, Mabini Building DepEd Complex, Meralco Avenue 1600 Pasig City, Philippines. 2001.
Nair, K. Prabhakar “Empty Promises...Empty Stomachs : Impact of the Agreement on Agriculture (AoA) and Trade Liberalization on Food Security”, Pesticide Action Network (PAN) Asia and the Pacific in collaboration with Asia Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD).
Reyes, Socorro L. “Legislative Advocacy for a New Anti-Rape Law in the Philippines”, Women in Politics Research and Documentation Project of the Center for Legislative Development (CLD); Room 217 PSSC Building, Commonwealth Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines. December. 1997.
Conda, Atty. Eleonor, and Francisco, Josefa “Monitoring the Philippine Government's Implementation of the Platform for Action: Focus on Legislative Initiatives on Violence Against Women in the 10th Congress (1995-1998)”, Women in Politics Research and Documentation Project of the Center for Legislative Development (CLD); Room 217 PSSC Building, Commonwealth Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines. December. 1997. (Occasional Paper No.2)
Ball, Haley, Josefina Cabigon, Rubina Hussain, Fatima Juarez, Jennifer Nadeau, Susheela Singh “Unintended Pregnancy and Induced Abortion in the Philippines”, Guttmatcher Institute 120 Wall Street New York. 2006.
Imposing Misery: The Impact of Manila's Contraception Ban on Women and Families. (2007). Philippines: Linangan ng Kababaihan, Inc. (Likhaan).
“TheFriendly Classroom for a Small Planet: A Handbook on Creative Approaches to Living and Problem Solving for Children”, New Society Publishers, 4527 Springfield Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19143. Copyright 1988.
“Breaking the Silence: the Realities of Family Violence in the Philippines and Recommendations for Change”, Women in Development-Inter-agency Committee Fourth Country Programme for Children; U.P. Center for Women's Studies Foundation, Inc.: United Nations Children's Fund. September 1996.
“Media and Sexuality: Between Sensationalism and Censorship”, AIDS Society of the Philippines with the support of the Rockefeller Foundation. 2002.
“Cross Border : Sexuality in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region. An Executive Summary”, Institute for Health Sciences, Kunming Medical College and the Rockefeller Foundation; Yayasan Galang, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. 2002.
“ISIS and Other Guides to Health: Helpful Hints on the road to Well-Being”, ISIS International: Manila. 1974.
“Proceedings of the National Conference on Mining”, Tebtebba Foundation, No.1 Roman Ayson Rd., 2600 Baguio City, Philippines.
“Celebrating Diversity, Heightening Solidarity”, Asian indigenous Women's Network; Indigenous People's International Centre for Policy Research and Education.: Baguio City, Philippines. 2004
Mendoza, Tetay, Acebuche, Joel. "Anong Pangalan mo sa Gabi?: at iba pang tanong sa mga LGBT." UP Center for Women's Studies. Magsaysay Avenue, corner Ylanan Street, Diliman 1101, Quezon City, Philippines. 2013.
“Unmasked: Faces of Discrimination Against Lesbians in the Philippines”, Lesbian Advocates Philippines (LeAP!), Inc., 58-E Kamias Road, Quezon City: Philippines. 2004.
Bautista, Victoria A., and Nicolas, Eleanor E. “Book of Readings: Primary Health Care”, CPA Publications University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City in cooperation with UP Public Administration Research and Extension Services Foundation, Inc. (UPPAF). 1996.
“Hidden Health: Exploring the Knowledge, Attitudes, Beliefs and Practices of Filipino Lesbians on Sexual and Reproductive Health”, Lesbian Advocates Philippines (LeAP!), Inc., 58-E Kamias Road, Quezon City: Philippines. 2004.
“NGO_Women@asia-net. A Regional Study”, ISIS International-Manila, 3 Marunong Street, Brgy. Central, Quezon City 1100, Philippines.2002.
Mananzan OSB, S. M. (2001).Ang Pangkababaihang Isyu sa Pilipinas. Manila: Raintree Publishing Inc..
Veneracion, Cynthia C. "Field-level management of malaria and schistosomiasis: experiences from two Philippine barangays" Institute of Philippine Culture, Ateneo De Manila University, Quezon City. 1994.
Veneracion, Cynthia C. “Partnership Building and Planning for Community Health and Development: PCHD Experiences, 1990-93”, Institute of the Philippine Culture, Ateneo de Manila University: Quezon City, Philippines. 1993.
Veneracion, Cynthia C. “Implementing Projects and Activities for Community Health Development”, PCHD Experiences, 1991-93”, Institute of Philippine Culture Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City. 1994
Veneracion, Cynthia C. “PCHD Community Project Implementation, 1991-93: Experiences from Camarines Sur”, Institute of the Philippine Culture, Ateneo de Manila University: Quezon City, Philippines. 1993.
Taylor, Alastair M., and Wallbank, T. Walter “Civilization: Past and Present”, Vol.2; Scott Foresman and Company: U.S.A. 1949.
Friedan, Betty “The Foundation of Age”, Simon & Schuster Inc.; Simon & Schuster Building Rockefeller Center 1230 Avenue of the Americas New York. Copyright 1993.
Bell, Alan P., Sue Kiefer Hammersmith, Martin S. Weinberg. “Sexual Preference: Its Development in Men and Women”, Indiana University Press: Bloomington, U.S.A.1981.
“Our Health Our Lives: A Philippine Health Manual for Community Workers”, GMT Press and Philippine Graphic Arts: National Ecumenical Health Concerns Committee, National Council of Churches in the Philippines 879 Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines. 1981/1989.
Whyte, William Foote “The Social Structure of an Italian Slum”, The Street Corner Society: The University of the Chicago Press, Ltd., London.1943.
George, S. (1998).MEN ON MEN 2: Best New Gay Fiction. New York and Scarborough, Ontario: The New American Library of Canada Limited.
Hamilton, Jane “A Map of the World”, Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, Inc. 1540 Broadway, New York.1995.
Fort, Bertrand and Ryan, Peter “ASEF Cultures & Civilisations Dialogue 2005/2006”, Asia Europe Foundation 31 Heng Mui Keng Terrace Singapore 119595. Copyright 2006.
Dew, Robb Forman “The Family Heart: A Memoir of When Our Son Came Out”, Addison- Wesley Publishing Company: Canada. 1994.
Rogers, Susan Fox "Sportsdykes: stories from on and off the field" St. Martin's Press, New York. 1994.
Boyd, Malcolm “Take of the Masks”, New Society Publishers 4722 Baltimore Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19143. Copyright 1984.
Fort, Bertrand and Peter Ryan “Human Rights and Ethnic, Linguistic and Religious Minorities”, Asia-Europe Foundation 31 Heng Mui Keng Terrace, Singapore. Copyright 2006.
Tan, M. (1988).DYING FOR DRUGS: Pill Power and Politics in the Philippines. Quezon City: HAIN- Capitol Publishing House.
Joeres, R., & Laslett, B. (1991).A Studio of One's Own. Woodland, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Ching, Lim Li and Ho, Mae-Wan “The Case for A GM-Free Sustainable World: Independence Science Panel”, Institute of Science in Society PO Box 32097 London NW1 0XR, UK & Third World Network 121-S Jalan Utama 10450 Penang, Malaysia. 2003.
“Community Action Against Sex Trafficking: A Trainer's Manual”, Kalayaan, Inc., #41 Maginhawa Street, Teachers Village , Quezon City, Philippines. February 1999.
Morrison, T. (1992).Race-ing Justice, En-gendering Power. New York City: Random House Inc..
Alma, R. (2002).(A)lamat at (H)istorya. UP Jubilee Student's edition. Pilipinas: University of the Philippines Press.
Mananzan, Sr. Mary John “The Filipino Women: Before and After the Spanish Conquest in the Philippines”, Institute of Women's Studies; Manila, Philippines. Copyright 2003.
Mananzan, Sr. Mary John “The Woman Question in the Philippines”, Institute of Women's Studies; Manila, Philippines. Copyright 1997.
Bauman, Z. (1998).Community: Seeking Safety in an Insecure World. 350 Main Street, Malden, USA: Blackwell Publishing Inc.. (Original work published )
"What say Does the Individual Have?”, PANORAMA DDR- Auslandspresseagentur GmbH “First Hand Information” department Wilhelm Pieck Strasse 49, Berlin. 1987.
Warren, P. (1974).The Front Runner. New York City: William Morrow and Company Inc..
Kemp, Melody “Working for Life”, ISIS International-Manila, 3 Marunong Street, Brgy. Central, Quezon City 1100, Philippines. 1999.
“Trials and Triumphs: Communities Fighting Poverty Through KALAHI-CIDSS”, KALAHI-CIDSS: KKB Project; Development of Social Welfare and Development Batasan Hills, Quezon City. 2009.
Katz, Jonathan Ned “Gay/Lesbian Almanac: A New Documentary”, Harper and Row, Publisher's, Inc., 10 East 53rd Street, New York. 1983.
“Webster's Collegiate Thesaurus”, G. & C. Merriam Company, Publishers: Springfield, Massachusetts, U.S.A.1976.
“World Book Encyclopedia”, Vol.10; World Book Inc. 233 North Michigan Chicago .U.S.A.
Stewart, R. (1997). Ideas that Shaped Our World. San Diego California: Thunder Day Press.
Jimenez-David, Rina “Women's Experiences in Media”, ISIS International-Manila, 3 Marunong Street, Brgy. Central, Quezon City 1100, Philippines. 1996.
Veridiano, Ferdinand V. “Communicative Competence in Development Discourses: The Case of the San Roque Dam Project”, College of the Social Sciences University of the Philippines, Baguio. August 2006.
de Vela, Tesa Casal et al.. "Positioning in global feminist critical collaboration: self-reflexive talk among manila-based feminists" ISIS International-Manila, Manila. 2006.
“Gender, Governance and Democracy”, Vol.3; ISIS Monograph Series 1: ISIS International-Manila, 3 Marunong Street, Brgy. Central, Quezon City 1100, Philippines. 2005.
George, Susan “Questionable Compatibility: Trade and Liberalization & Food Security”, No Short-Cut to Food Security; Monograph Series #1; ISIS International-Manila; 3 Marunong Street, Brgy. Central, Quezon City 1100, Philippines.1996.
Shiva, Dr. Vandana “Caliber of Destruction: Globalization, Food Security and Women's Livelihoods”, No Short-Cut to Food Security; Monograph Series #3; ISIS International-Manila; 3 Marunong Street, Brgy. Central, Quezon City 1100, Philippines.1996.
Karl, Marilee “Inseparable: The Crucial Role of Women in the Food Security”, No Short-Cut to Food Security; Monograph Series #4; ISIS International-Manila; 3 Marunong Street, Brgy. Central, Quezon City 1100, Philippines.1996.
Europe for Women. (2009). Luxemburg: Publications Office of the European Union.
Kabilsingh PH.D., Chatsumarn “Women in Buddhism”, Dance of Her Spirit Monograph Series #1; ISIS International-Manila 3 Marunong Street, Brgy. Central, Quezon City 1100, Philippines and Institute of Women's Studies, St. Scholastica College, Manila. Philippines.
“Women's Perspective on Population Issues”, ISIS International-Manila, 3 Marunong Street, Brgy. Central, Quezon City 1100, Philippines. 1993.
Azarcon de la Cruz “Women in the News: A Guide for Media. A Gender Toolkit”, ISIS International-Manila, 3 Marunong Street, Brgy. Central, Quezon City 1100, Philippines. 2004.
Maranan, Luchie B. "A Voice of Hope in a Time of Darkness: The Songs of Susan Fernandez-Magno". Modern Heroes for the Filipino Youth. The Bookmark Inc. 264 Pablo Ocampo Sr. Ave., San Antonio Village 1203 Makati City, Philippines. 2014.
“Our Harvest in Peril: A Sourcebook on Indigenous People's Food Security”, EED Philippine Partners' Task Force on Indigenous Peoples' Rights (EED-TFIP) c/o Sibol ng Agham at Teknolohiya, Inc. (SIBAT) 4th and 5th Floors, #40 Matulungin Street Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines. 2004.
McGlenn, Bruce, and Orzech, Michelle “Islands of Hope”, Izaak Walton League of America Sustainability Education Program 707 Conservation Lane Gaithersburg, MD; America.
For Freedom and Social Justice: Social Democratic Platforms and Practical Politics Since the Middle of the 19th Century. (2009). Philippines: Friedrich-Elbert-Stiftung.
Gender Studies for Men: Understanding Gender, Published in 2000 by Kali for Women and in 2003 by Women Unlimited (an associate of kali for women) K-36 Hauz Khas Enclave, Ground Floor New Delhi 110 016. Copyright 2000, Kamla Bhasin, 2004.
Co, Edna “Beating the Drums: Advocacy for Policy Reform in the Philippines”, Advocacy Working Group (AWG): Oxfam Great Britain; Philippine Copyright 1999.