Selected Publications

2016
<p>Migrations and Mediations: The Emergence of Southeast Asian Diaspora Writers in Australia (1972-2007)</p>
Capili, Jose Wendell P.

Migrations And Mediations: The Emergence Of Southeast Asian Diaspora Writers In Australia (1972-2007)

. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 2016. Print.
2015
<p>Remembering the dead</p>
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “

Remembering The Dead

”. World Poetry Yearbook 2014. Chongqing, People’s Republic of China: Earth Culture Press, 2015. 293. Print.
“Hometown”
Capili, Jose Wendell P. ““Hometown””. World Poetry Yearbook 2014. Chongqing, People’s Republic of China: Earth Culture Press, 2015. 293. Print.
<p>Ember</p>
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “

Ember

”. World Poetry Yearbook 2014. Chongqing, People’s Republic of China: Earth Culture Press, 2015, 2015. 292. Print.
2014
<p>Hugging the Shore</p>
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “

Hugging The Shore

”. World Poetry Yearbook 2013. Chongqing City (P.R.China): The International Poetry Translation and Research Centre (IPTRC), 2014. 254. Print.
<p>Cadenza</p>
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “

Cadenza

”. World Poetry Yearbook 2013. Chongqing City (P.R.China): The International Poetry Translation and Research Centre (IPTRC), 2014. 253. Print.
<p>Migrancy&nbsp;</p>
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “

Migrancy 

”. The Second Genesis: An Anthology Of Contemporary World Poetry (Anuraag Sharma, Editor). Ajmer (India): Arawlii, , 2014. 318. Print.
<p>Cronulla Beach&nbsp;</p>
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “

Cronulla Beach 

”. The Second Genesis: An Anthology Of Contemporary World Poetry (Anuraag Sharma, Editor). Ajmer (India): Arawlii , 2014. 317. Print.
2013
<p>Review of America's Informal Empires: Philippines and Japan (edited by Kiichi Fujiwara and Yoshiko Nagano)</p><p>&nbsp;</p>
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “

Review Of America's Informal Empires: Philippines And Japan (Edited By Kiichi Fujiwara And Yoshiko Nagano)

 

”. Published In Asian Studies: Journal Of Critical Perspectives On Asia, 49:2 (2013) 2013: 182-185. Print.Abstract
Despite attempts to problematize and reconsider the roles of commerce and culture in shaping America’s informal empires in West Pacific, it remains a puzzle why, after World War II, America privileged Japan—“the enemy”—over the Philippines—“the friend” and erstwhile colony. Japan’s economy grew by leaps and bounds, enough to create a dent in global affairs during the latter half of the twentieth century. In sharp contrast, America chose to maintain the Philippine ruling elite, which contributed greatly to political instability, economic collapse and over-all sorry state throughout the archipelago from the late 1960s onwards. Still, Fujiwara and Nagano’s book creates an opening for future scholars to explore many possible paradigms of understanding on the subject. Many other hows and whys of informal empires deserve to be constructed, deconstructed and reconstructed in the context of America’s dangerous precedents.
2012
Early literary figures and professors of the English department
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “Early Literary Figures And Professors Of The English Department”. The University Of The Philippines Forum (November-December 2012) 2012: 22-23. Print.
2011
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “

Hugging The Shore

”. Philippines Free Press 2011: 39. Print.
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “

Cronulla Beach (Poem)

”. Philippines Free Press 2011: 30. Print.
<p>S.P. Lopez and the Mentoring of Tom Inglis Moore</p>
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “

S.p. Lopez And The Mentoring Of Tom Inglis Moore

”. The University Of The Philippines Forum (July-August 2011) 2011: 14-15. Print.
2010
The Great Australian Landscape (poetry, with Japanese translation)
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “The Great Australian Landscape (Poetry, With Japanese Translation) ”. The 2010 International Pen Anthology Of Poetry (Commemorative Publication Of The 76Th International Pen Tokyo Congress 2010). Tokyo: Japan PEN Club, 2010. 18-19. Print.
2008
The Emergence of Filipino Diaspora Writers in Australia
The Emergence Of Filipino Diaspora Writers In Australia”. “The Emergence Of Filipino Diaspora Writers In Australia”. Salu-Salo: In Conversation With Filipinos (Anthology Of Filipino-Australian Writing (Jose Wendell P. Capili And John Cheeseman, Editors) . Blacktown and Liverpool, New South Wales (Australia): Blacktown Arts Centre and Casula Powerhouse, 2008. 11-40. Print.
In One House: Southeast Asian Diaspora Writers in Australia and the Role of Literary Awards, Grants and Fellowships
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “In One House: Southeast Asian Diaspora Writers In Australia And The Role Of Literary Awards, Grants And Fellowships”. Philippine Studies: Have We Gone Beyond St. Louis? (Priscelina Patajo Legasto, Editor). Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 2008. 620-650. Print.
<p>Si Lupito at ang Barrio Sirkero / Lupito and the circus village.</p>
(Story), Rowald Almazar, et al.

Si Lupito At Ang Barrio Sirkero / Lupito And The Circus Village.

Taguig: Canvas, 2008. Print.
<p>Salu-Salo : In Conversation with Filipinos : An Anthology of Philippine-Australian Writings</p>

Salu-Salo : In Conversation With Filipinos : An Anthology Of Philippine-Australian Writings

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Salu-Salo : In Conversation With Filipinos : An Anthology Of Philippine-Australian Writings

. Jose Wendell P Capili & Cheeseman, John. Casula and Blacktown, New South Wales (Australia): Casula Powerhouse and Blacktown Arts Centre, 2008. Print.
2007
<p>The Great Australian Landscape</p>
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “

The Great Australian Landscape

”. At Home In Unhomeliness: The Philippine Pen Anthology Of Postcolonial Poetry In English (Jose Neil C. Garcia, Editor) . Manila: Philippine Center of the International PEN and University of Santo Tomas Publishing House, 2007. 13. Print.
<p>Subjectivity</p>
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “

Subjectivity

”. At Home In Unhomeliness: The Philippine Pen Anthology Of Postcolonial Poetry In English (Jose Neil C. Garcia, Editor) . Manila: Philippine Center of the International PEN and University of Santo Tomas Publishing House, 2007. 16. Print.

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