Docot, Dada. (Book Chapter, Forthcoming 2023). Postcolonial Monuments in the Hometown: Decolonization and the Im/Possibilities of Repair. In Philippine Studies: Plural Entanglementses. S. Acabado, D. Docot, C. Camposano, eds. Ateneo de Manila Press (Forthcoming 2023)
Docot, Dada, S. Acabado, and C. Camposano. (Introduction Chapter to a Collection, Forthcoming 2021). Philippine Stdies Beyond the Capital. In Philippine Studies: Plural Entanglementses. S. Acabado, D. Docot, C. Camposano, eds. Ateneo de Manila Press (Forthcoming 2023)
Acabado, Stephen, D. Docot, and C. Camposano. (Co-edited Collection). Philippine Studies: Plural Entanglements. Ateneo de Manila Press (Forthcoming 2023)
Docot, Dada and Matthew C. Go. Grave Reverberations: COVID-19 and Postcolonial Sanitation Regimes in the Philippines. TBA.
Docot, Dada. “Filipino Teachers’ Multiple Exposures to Precarity in China.” TBA.
Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
Docot, Dada. 2021. Carceral and Colonial Memory during Pandemic Times in the Philippines: A Long Letter of Solidarity from the Diaspora. Commoning Ethnography 4, no. 1: 23-52. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26686/ce.v4i1.7089 Download
Docot, Dada. 2019. Taking the Long Route: Ethnographic Metacommentary as Method in the Anthropological Film Practice. Current Anthropology 60, no. 6: 774-795. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1086/706564 Download
Docot, Dada. Remittances. 2022. SAGE Encyclopedia of Filipina/x/o American Studies. K. Nadal, A. Tintiangco-Cubales, E.J.R. David, Pp. 813-815. SAGE: Thoysand Oaks, California.
Dennis, Dannah, Dada Docot, Danielle Gendron, and Ilana Gershon. 2022. “The Worst of Anthro Job Ads for 2021.” American Anthropologist, 1–6. https://doi.org/10.1111/aman.13781.
Open-Access Doctoral Manuscript
Docot, Dada. 2018. “Anthropology of the hometown: the workings of migration and intimacy in the Town of Dollars, Philippines.” University of British Columbia. DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.14288/1.0371908 Download
Docot, Dada. 2017. Bamboo Baskets Industry in Nabua, Camarines Sur. In Kabansayan: Contemporary Arts from the Regions – Bikol, Philippines. T. Valiente and D. Gonzaga, eds. Pp. 25-28. Naga City, Philippines: Ateneo de Naga University Press, Philippines.
Docot, Dada. 2008. On Identity and Development: Filipino Women Entertainers in Transit in Japan. In Development in Asia: Interdisciplinary, Post-Neoliberal, and Transnational Perspectives. D. Nault, ed. Pp. 107-134. Florida, USA: Brown Walker Press. Download
Docot, Dada. “Anthropology, Empire, and Philippine Studies into Conversations about Conflict, Security, and Human Rights,” Tokyo College Blog, August 3, 2022. LINK
Docot, Dada and Mark Sanchez, [OPINION] “Responding to the Anti-Terror Law from the United States,” Rappler, July 22, 2020. LINK
Docot, Dada. [OPINION] “Anti-Black attitudes Among Filipinos in the Context of the U.S. Empire,” Rappler, June 23, 2020. LINK
Docot, Dada. [OPINION] “Extraordinary Occupational Hazards: PH Migrants During the Pandemic,” Rappler, April 25, 2020 LINK
Docot, Dada [OPINION] “Demystifying the Campus Visit,” Conditionally Accepted Column, Inside Higher Ed, February 7, 2020. LINK
Invited Art Writing
Docot, Dada. “By What Signs.” Franz Kaka Gallery, Toronto, Canada, June 2018. Download
Docot, Dada. “The Women in Our Lives: Response to Perla/Pervize.” Postscript at Artspeak Gallery, Vancouver, October 2017. Download
Docot, Dada. “Notes from the Town of Dollars, Philippines.” Bulaklak ng Paraiso (Flower of Paradise), Centre A Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Vancouver, Canada, March 2016. Download
Docot, Dada. 2020. “Southeast Asian Anthropologies: National Traditions and Transnational Practices.” Edited by Eric C. Thompson and Vineeta Sinha. International Journal of Asian Studies 1, no. 3. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1479591420000522 Download
Docot, Dada. 2019. “A Duterte Reader: Critical Essays on Rodrigo Duterte’s Early Presidency. Edited by Nicole Curato.” Pacific Affairs 92, no. 3: 627-629. Download
Docot, Dada, Jessica Hallenbeck, Paige Patchin, Paul Pickell, and Duncan Ranslem. 2013. “Cruel Optimism.” Gender, Place & Culture 20, no. 4: 551-552 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/0966369X.2013.795723 Download
Docot, Dada. 2008. “Organizational Micropolitics: An Ethnographic Study of a Filipino-run Community Organization in Tokyo.” University of Tokyo.
Docot, Dada. 2003. “From Dusk to Dawn: Returned Filipino Women from Japan,” Department of Journalism, University of the Philippines.
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