THE UNIVERSITY of Santo Tomas Publishing House, Asia’s oldest existing press, launched 20 titles at the UST Thomas Aquinas Research Complex auditorium last Dec. 10.

The launching was in connection with the UST press’ “400 books for UST’s 400th” project, which seeks to release 40 new titles every year for 10 years until 2011, when UST marks its 400th anniversary as Asia’s oldest university. The first 20 titles for this year were launched last September during the Philippine Bookfair at SM Megamall.

The titles included:

Literature and criticism. Passional by Ophelia Dimalanta, Persona by Ligaya Rubin, Bangsa by Aurora Yumul, Misa Para sa Isa by Ruth Elynia Mabanglo, In the Dark: Three Plays and an Essay by Glenn Sevilla Mas, My Pledge of Love Cannot Be Broken: Essays by Judge Simeon Dumdum Jr., Galaw ng Asoge, Isang Nobelang Tagalog by Cirilo Bautista, Talinghaga ng Gana: Ang Banal sa mga Piling Tulang Tagalog ng Ika-20 Siglo by Rebecca Añonuevo, and Bloom and Memory: Essays on Literature, Culture, and Society by Jose Wendell Capili.

Spiritual. Heaven’s Kitchen by the Varsitarian.

History and social science. History and Culture, Language and Literature: Selected Essays of Teodoro A. Agoncillo, edited by Bernardita Churchill, Clio on Elephant by Jose Victor Torres, On the Trail of Dominican Engineers, Artists, and Saints in the Cagayan Valley and Batanes by Florentino Hornedo, Stories from the Margins: The Other Narrative of the Philippine Spanish Revolution by Cornelio Baseora, and The Kalibugans, the Moros of the Zamboanga Peninsula: An Inquiry into social Fission, Hybridity, and Ethnicity by Rolando Esteban.

Journalism and the media. The UST Varsitarian Campus Press Style Book; and Gothic Telemovies and Mulat: Mga Isyung Panlipunan sa mga Dulang Pantelebisyon by Frank Rivera.

Medicine and health.Radiographic Examination of the Adult Chest by Dr. Jose S.L. Valencia and The Philippine Medical Association in Nation Building: Service to the People for a Healthy Philippines by Dr. Eduardo de la Cruz and Dr. Perla
Santos Ocampo-Valencia.


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