Rene R. Escalante

     Full Time Associate Professor
   Graduate Studies Coordinator
   Liga Historia Faculty Adviser

SPECIALIZATION:

Land Reform, American Studies, Philippine History
and American Period in Philippine History

ACADEMIC INFO:

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN HISTORY
University of the Philippines Diliman

MASTER OF ARTS IN PHILOSOPHY
Ateneo de Manila University

BACHELOR OF ARTS MAJOR IN PHILOSOPHY
St. Camillus College Seminary

PUBLICATIONS:

“Masonry and the Philippine Revolution”
Pithaya.  Quezon City: Department of History,
U.P. Diliman, 1997.

  “Mass Media: A Guardian of Public Funds”
Pintig Diwa
.  Manila: St. Scholastica’s  College, 1997.

  “The Internal Reasons of the Collapse
of the Malolos Republic”

Philippine Stufies
. Quezon City:
Ateneo de Manila University, 1998.

“The Mabini-Calderon Debate:
Power Play in the Malolos Congress”

Pintig Diwa Centennial
.
Manila:  Sta. Scholastica’s  College, 1998.

The American Friar Lands Policy:
Its Framers, Context and Beneficiaries
. 
Manila:  De La Salle University Press, 2002.

“Real Patronato de Indias and the
Philippine Revolution”

Ideya
vol.3 (2002): 47-60.

“The State of the Friar Lands of Cavite
on the Eve of American Occupation”
 
Unabia, P. Teresita and Victor Emmanuel R. Cuarto
eds.  Cavite: Cultura e Historia. 
Cavite: Cavite Studies Center (2002): 101-124.

  “A Comparative Study of the American Land
Reform Program in Japan and the Philippines”

A Research Project Submitted to Sumitomo Foundation (2003).

“The Augustinian Haciendas in Cebu, 1899-1910”
Philippiniana Sacra
vol. 28 (2003): 61-92.

 “The Making of the First American Archbishop of Manila”
 
Pilipinas: A Journal of
Philippine Studies
. Vol. 37 (2001).

 From Revolution to Land Redistribution.
 Asia Pacific Social Science Review Vol.5 No.1 /June 2005

"A SHORT HISTORY OF HACIENDA DE TALISAY OF CEBU,
1738-1908"

"ANG REAL PATRONATO DE INDIAS AT
ANG REBOLUSYONG FILIPINO"

"PACIFICATION THROUGH LAND REDISTRIBUTION:
THE CASE OF HACIENDA DE IMUS"

"THE ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION OF THE PHILIPPINES
DURING THE REIGN OF THE BOURBON DYNASTY"

"THE RISE AND FALL OF THE SUGAR INDUSTRY,
1834-1896"

"THE ROLE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
IN MANAGING SCHOOLS OF THE FUTURE"

“THE IMPACT OF THE TYDINGS MCDUFFIE ACT
OF PHILIPPINE SUGAR INDUSTRY, 1934-1937"

"JEREMIAH HARTY:
THE MAKING OF THE FIRST
AMERICAN ARCHBISHOP OF MANILA"

AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS:

(2002-2003)
Recipient of Sumitomo Research Grant

(2004)
Recipient of Philippine Young Scholar Grant
given by the International Institute of

Asian Studies, University of Leiden, The Netherlands

(2004)
Recipient of a Research Grant from the
Ministry of Education Culture and Sports of
Spain.