Luis Zuriel P. Domingo

Luis Zuriel P. Domingo

Position: Assistant Professor
Categories: DHPH
Assistant Professor in History
Department of History and Philosophy
College of Social Sciences

Academic Background

M.A., History, University of Santo Tomas, 2022
A.B., History, University of Santo Tomas, cum laude, 2015

Research Interests

History of Nationalism in Southeast Asia, Revolutionary Movements, Cold War

Academic Organizations

Association for Asian Studies (AAS)

Association of Southeast Asian Studies (ASEAS-UK)

New York Southeast Asia Network

London School of Economics and Political Science Southeast Asia Centre – Early Career Researcher Network

Philippine National Historical Society


Selected Publications:

2023. Book Review of ‘What Kapitan Tiago Served and Padre Damaso Ate: Studies on Jose Rizal, His World, and His Works’ by Jose Victor Z. Torres. Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia 35 (March).

2022. Book Review of ‘Diasporic Cold Warriors: Nationalist China, Anticommunism, and the Philippine Chinese, 1930s-1970s’ by Chien-Wen Kung. LSE Review of Books and LSE Southeast Asia (October).

2022. Book Review of ‘Empire’s Mistress, Starring Isabelo Rosario Cooper’ by Vernadette Vicuña Gonzalez. Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 37:2 (July).

2021. Book Review of ‘Underground Asia: Global Revolutionaries and the Assault on Empire’ by Tim Harper. Asian Studies: Journal of Critical Perspectives on Asia 57:2 (September).

2021. Korean pop music a threat to contemporary Filipino identity? Globalization, Nation, and Interrogations in Philippine Culture and Identity. Asia Review 11:2 (August).

Selected Public Writing:

2023. A history of Philippine Independence Day. LSE Southeast Asia, 12 September.

2023. The Women’s World Cup and understanding Filipino-America. Rappler, 03 August.

2023. Ascending hill station. Ti Similla, April-June.

2022. On the red-tagging of bookshops. Rappler, 23 March.

2022. On the lack of public historians and intellectual spaces. Rappler, 02 January.

2021. On the Filipino obsession with patriotism and heroism. Rappler, 07 December.