Robert R. Reed

Associate Professor
Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1972
bobandsydreed@yahoo.com

Interests: cultural and historical geography, non-Western urbanism, geography of religion, Southeast Asia. Mr. Reed's current research projects are: (1) The Iglesia ni Cristo: origin and diffusion of an independent church in the Philippines and abroad; (2) Antipolo: a pilgrimage center in the Philippines; (3) Filipino immigration to the United States since 1965; and (4) colonial and contemporary urbanism in Vietnam.

Recent publications include: From Suprabarangay to Colonial Capital: Reflections on the Hispanic Foundation of Manila, in Nezar AlSayyad (ed.), Forms of Dominance: On the Architecture and Urbanism of the Colonial Experience (London: Avebury), pp. 45-81, 1993; The Challenges of Highland Development in Vietnam (Honolulu: Program on Environment, East-West Center). A collection edited by A. Terry Rambo, Robert R. Reed, Le Trong Cuc, and Michael R. DiGregorio, 1995; From Highland Hamlet to Regional Capital: Reflections on the Colonial Origins, Urban Transformation, and Environmental Impact of Dalat, in A. Terry Rambo, Robert R. Reed, Le Trong Cuc, and Michael R. DiGregorio (eds.), The Challenges of Highland Development in Vietnam (Honolulu: Program on Environment, East-West Center), pp. 39-62, 1995; Preface (with David L. Szanton) in Working Papers No. 2 (Agrarian Thermidor. Rural Dynamics and the Agrarian Question in Vinh Phu Province, Vietnam), No. 3 (Recent Urbanization and Environmental Change in Viet Tri City, Vietnam), No. 4 (Environment and Industrial Renovation in Vietnam) and No. 5 (Gourou's Symbiotic Villages Revisited). (Berkeley: Institute of International Studies, University of California), 1995; Recent Urbanization and Environmental Change in Viet Tri City, Vietnam. Preliminary Research Observations (with M. DiGregorio. P. Tuong Vi, P. Sullivan, D. Szanton, et al.). Working Paper No. 3 (Recent Urbanization and Environmental Change in Viet Tri City, Vietnam). (Berkeley: Institute of International Studies, University of California), 1995; Critical Issues in Philippine Research: A Selected and Annotated Literature Review on the Women's Movement, Conflict in Luzon's Cordillera Central, Muslim Autonomy, and Recent Political Resistance. Occasional Paper No. 19 (Berkeley: Centers for South and Southeast Asia Studies, University of California). An annotated bibliography funded by The Henry B. Luce Foundation, 1996 (Co-editor with J.N. Anderson and G.L. Sardalla).


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