E. San Juan, Jr. is a Filipino activist, poet, writer, video/filmmaker and editor. He is the author of several books on race and cultural studies, and published the literary writings of Carlos Bulosan, a Filipino labor organizer and writer. His Carlos Bulosan and the Imagination of the Class Struggle, was the first full-length critical assessment of Bulosan’s works. He was recently visiting professor of English and Comparative Literature, University of the Philippines; and a former fellow of the W.B. Du Bois Institute, Harvard University. His recent books are U.S. Imperialism and Revolution in the Philippines (Palgrave Macmillan) and Peirce’s Pragmaticism: A Radical Perspective (Lexington Books).
Martial Terror in the Neocolony: Plight of Philippine Women Political Prisoners
On the Wobblies, on the Philippines and on Disability Rights
Against the Current, No. 116, May/June 2005
Race from the 20th to the 21st Century: Multiculturalism or Emancipation?
Against the Current, No. 78, January/February 1999
The Limits of Postcolonial Criticism: The Discourse of Edward Said
Against the Current, No. 77, November/December 1998
Who's Got the News?
Against the Current, No. 42, January/February 1993
Theorizing Anti-Racist Struggle
Against the Current, No. 34, September/October 1991