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This research guide provides access to a broad range of resources in the Philippines studies. It was developed in support of the JMO curriculum, and as a portal to highlight the many resources available to begin an in depth study of the Philippines.

What's in the Guide?

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This Research Guide provides links to a broad range of resources, including books, eBooks, databases, and journals. It was developed in support of the JMO curriculum and serves as a portal to highlight the resources available at the NWC Library.

Use the hyperlinks below (or tabs at the top of this page) to navigate through the pages of this guide. 

Please note: you'll need to log in from your iPad, via Blackboard or a CAC/networked computer, to access all library resources. 

Suggested Search Terms

These suggested terms will help you begin to find relevant resources.  Use these subject terms as a starting point in your research (and to help familiarize yourself with catalog and database searching). 

  • Filipinos.
  • Philippines.
  • Philippines -- Bibliography.
  • Philippines -- Civilization.
  • Philippines -- Economic Conditions.
  • Philippines -- Emigration and Immigration.
  • Philippines -- Foreign Relations -- United States.
  • Philippines -- History.
  • Philippines -- Politics and Government.
  • Philippines -- Relations -- United States.
  • Philippines -- Social conditions.
  • Philippines -- Social Life and Customs.
  • Ethnic Conflict -- Philippines.
  • Islam -- Relations -- Christianity.
  • Muslims -- Philippines.
  • Natural resources -- Philippines.
  • Sustainable development -- Philippines.
  • Environmental policy -- Philippine.
  • Philippines--History, Local.
  • Philippines--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
  • Philippines--Colonization--History.

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Material and external links contained herein are made available for the purpose of peer review and discussion and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Naval War College, Department of the Navy or the Department of Defense

Annotated Bibliography-Philippines