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A biweekly podcast where Eman La Viña gives his take on Philippine history and the misconceptions that often surround it. Because if there’s one thing about history, it’s this: things are always a bit more complex. Facebook and Twitter: @phzpodcast Instagram: @philippinehistoryzofficial

Philippine History Z Eman La Viña

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A biweekly podcast where Eman La Viña gives his take on Philippine history and the misconceptions that often surround it. Because if there’s one thing about history, it’s this: things are always a bit more complex. Facebook and Twitter: @phzpodcast Instagram: @philippinehistoryzofficial

    009 Rizal in Europe

    009 Rizal in Europe

    Jose Rizal goes to Europe and writes Noli Me Tangere - and returns to the Philippines a wanted man. Also, how we may have been wrong about Maria Clara all along.BIBLIOGRAPHY: https://bit.ly/36W4d08MUSIC:Sardana by Kevin MacLeodLink:...

    • 28 min
    008 Pepe: The Young Rizal

    008 Pepe: The Young Rizal

    Before there was Jose Rizal, there was Pepe, a young boy from Calamba. Also, how this boy experiences racism and police brutality a century before Black Lives Matter.BIBLIOGRAPHY: https://bit.ly/3l9sCoQMUSIC:Sardana by Kevin MacLeodLink:...

    • 24 min
    007 The Ilustrados

    007 The Ilustrados

    Sent to study in Spain, a group of young Filipinos, among them a future national hero, will open their eyes to the reality of colonialism. Also, we take a look at the life and accomplishments of one of Philippine history’s most controversial figures:...

    • 24 min
    006 GOMBURZA

    006 GOMBURZA

    If it weren’t for a mutiny, three priests would not have gone down in history as inspiring a revolution. Also, how a gambling addiction can kill you in an unexpected way.BIBLIOGRAPHY: https://bit.ly/36M9TvjMUSIC:Sardana by Kevin MacLeodLink:...

    • 24 min
    005 Changing Tides

    005 Changing Tides

    Before the EDSA Revolution or the Arab Spring, protest movements led by reformists threaten to upend the old order in Spanish Philippines, aided by a liberal government. Also, how a colonel’s wife arguably became the “first lady” of the...

    • 29 min
    004 A New Century

    004 A New Century

    A new government in Spain brings forth new changes to the Philippines, with the introduction of tobacco and the birth of a new Filipino identity. Also, meet a Spaniard who would be one of the first “Filipinos”: The Filipino Count, Luis Rodriguez...

    • 25 min

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