Here representation arises from niche records recorded during an investigation visit to the National Pinoy Archives with the Filipino-american domestic historic country (described henceforth as FANHS) in Dallas, Arizona.
Dorothy Cordova, executive manager, FANHS
I can’t identify why I happened to be shaking on December 18, . Possibly it had been because I happened to ben’t dressed in adequate layers to help keep hot inside my data trip to Washington; or possibly it has been because I happened to be concerned meet up with Dorothy Cordova — the executive manager of FANHS and widow of Fred Cordova, whoever Filipinos: forgotten about Asian people (1983) is one of the first scholarly functions to address institution for the Filipino American group. In retrospect, I’m not just amazed Fred’s monograph moved on institution, while the archive is positioned in a former Roman Chatolic school right beside Immaculate pregnancy Church. Continue reading “Ethnography of Dwelling Records: Queer Filipino-american Catholics”