Michael Salman

Associate Professor

Fields of interest: United States History: Philippine History, Comparative History of Slavery and Abolition, Imperialism.

Education: Ph.D. Stanford University, 1993

  • "In our Orientalist Imagination: Historiography and the Culture of Colonialism in the United State", Radical History Review, Spring 1991.
  • "'Nothing Without Labor': Penology, Discipline, and Independence in the Philippines Under United States Rule" in Vicente L.  Rafael, ed. Disprepant Histories: Translocal Essays on Filipino Cultures, Anvil Press, Manila and Temple U.P., 1995.
  • The Embarrassment of Slavery: Controversies Over Bondage and Nationalism in the American Colonial Philippines. University of California Press, forthcoming 2000.
  • "Ancient Philippine Slavery and Modern Ideology: Historical and Historiographical Issues in the Grounding of Philippine Studies." Pilipinas: A Journal of Philippine Studies, Fall 1999.
  • From Prison to School, From Colony to Nation: Civilizing Discipline in the American Colonial Philippines. Book manuscript in preparation

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