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Resil Mojares

Name  Resil Mojares

Role  Historian
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Books  Waiting for Mariang Makiling
Awards  Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Short Story

Resil B. Mojares is a Filipino ambassador, historian, and critic of Philippine literature. He has a Ph.D. in Literature from the University of the Philippines, Diliman. A retired Professor at the University of San Carlos (USC) in Cebu City, he was a founding director (1975–96) of USC's Cebuano Studies Center, a pioneering local studies center in the Philippines.

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Mojares has authored books on Philippine history, literature, and politics, including studies on three eminent Filipino intellectuals (Pedro Paterno, T.H. Pardo de Tavera, and Isabelo de los Reyes).

He has been a recipient of six Philippine National Book Awards. His books include The War Against the Americans: Resistance and Collaboration in Cebu Province; Aboitiz: Family & Firm in the Philippines; House of Memory: Essays; and Vicente Sotto, The Maverick Senator (Cebuano Studies Center, 1992).

Mojares has been a visiting professor at Kyoto University, the National University of Singapore, and the University of California at Los Angeles where he lectures on "The Philippine Novel" and "Topics in Philippine Cultural History".

Mojares is writing the history of Cebu Province for the Cebu Town History Project.

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