Selected Publications

2019
UP In Popular Culture (POP-UP): Alumni in Pageantry
Capili, Jose Wendell P.UP In Popular Culture (POP-UP): Alumni in Pageantry”. Carillon (July 2018-May 2019) 2019: , 3, 34-35. Print.
Konteksto at Diskurso
Capili, Jose Wendell P.Konteksto at Diskurso”. Sa Madaling Salita: Kasaysayan at Pag-unlad ng Wikang Pambansa (Rommel B. Rodriguez at Choy S. Pangilinan, mga editor). Quezon City: Sentro ng Wikang Filipino-UP Diliman, 2019. 78-88. Print.
2018
Hugging the Shore
Capili, Jose Wendell P.Hugging the Shore”. The Achieve Of, The Mastery: Filipino Poetry and Verse from English, mid-'90s to 2016 (Edited by Gemino H. Abad and Mookie Katigbak-Lacuesta). 1st ed. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 2018. 18 . Print.
Resentment
Capili, Jose Wendell P.Resentment”. The Achieve Of, The Mastery: Filipino Poetry and Verse from English, mid-'90s to 2016 (Edited by Gemino H. Abad and Mookie Katigbak-Lacuesta). 1st ed. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 2018. 17. Print.
UP @ the movies
Capili, Jose Wendell P.UP @ the movies”. University of the Philippines Carillon University Alumni Magazine, 2018: , 2 (January-June 2018), 24-25. Print.
2017
Contemporary Production Processes: Restructuring our Understanding of Philippine Telenovelas vis-a-vis Koreanovelas
Capili, Jose Wendell P.Contemporary Production Processes: Restructuring our Understanding of Philippine Telenovelas vis-a-vis Koreanovelas”. HanPil (한필): Occasional Papers on Korea and the Philippines 1March 2017 (2017): , 1, March 2017, 137-141. Print.
Pan-Asian sports and the emergence of modern Asia, 1913-1974 by Stefan Huebner
Capili, Jose Wendell P.Pan-Asian sports and the emergence of modern Asia, 1913-1974 by Stefan Huebner”. Social Science Diliman 13.1 (2017): , 13, 1, 78-81. Print.
Raising UP’s Image in Hong Kong
Capili, Jose Wendell P.Raising UP’s Image in Hong Kong”. University of the Philippines Carillon Alumni Magazine 2017: , 1 (June-December 2017), 20-21. Print.
2016
A Home to National Artists, National Scientists and highly-acclaimed luminaries
Capili, Jose Wendell P.A Home to National Artists, National Scientists and highly-acclaimed luminaries”. UPDate Magazine 2016: , 3, 1-4 (January-June 2016), 14-15, 24. Print.
Migrations and Mediations: The Emergence of Southeast Asian Diaspora Writers in Australia (1972-2007)
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
Remembering the dead
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.
Ember
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “Ember”. World Poetry Yearbook 2014. Chongqing, People’s Republic of China: Earth Culture Press, 2015, 2015. 292. Print.
2014
Hugging the Shore
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.
Cadenza
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.
Migrancy 
Capili, Jose Wendell P. “Migrancy ”. The Second Genesis: An Anthology of Contemporary World Poetry (Anuraag Sharma, editor). Ajmer (India): Arawlii, 2014. 318. Print.
Cronulla Beach 
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
Review of America's Informal Empires: Philippines and Japan (edited by Kiichi Fujiwara and Yoshiko Nagano) 
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: , 49, 2, 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: , 13, 5, 22-23. Print.
2011
Capili, Jose Wendell P.Hugging the Shore (poetry)”. Philippines Free Press 2011: , 102, 21, 39. Print.

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