"Origins of the Philippine city: a comparative inquiry concerning indigenous Southeast Asian settlement and Spanish colonial urbanism." (Glacken)
b. 25 March 1940, Livingston, Montana. m. Sydney; ch. Michael, David, Daniel.
B.A. Dartmouth College (Geography/Asian Studies) 1962; M.A. Univ. of California, Berkeley (Geography) 1966.
Univ. of California, Berkeley (since 1970) Associate Professor.
Ford Foundation Southeast Asia Research Fellowship, 1973; Indo-American Fellowship (Fulbright Senior Scholar Award), Council for International Exchange of Scholars, 1981.
Books and Monographs:
Hispanic Urbanism in the Philippines: A Study of the Impact of Church and State. Journal of East Asiatic Studies, Vol. 11, pp. 1-222, March 1967.
City of Pines: The Origins of Baguio as a Colonial Hill Station and Regional Capital. Research Monograph No. 13. Berkeley: Center for South and Southeast Asia Studies, University of California. 1976.
Colonial Manila: The Context of Hispanic Urbanism and Process of Morphogenesis. University of California Publications in Geography No. 22. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 129 pp., 1978.
"Corn." In Robert E. Huke (ed.), Shadows on the Land: An Economic Geography of the Philippines. Manila: Bookmark, Inc., pp. 242-267, 1963.
"Tobacco." In Robert E. Huke (ed.), Shadows on the Land: An Economic Geography of the Philippines. Manila: Bookmark, Inc., pp. 347-467, 1963.
"A commentary on Rabindranath Tagore's view of nationalism." University College Journal, No. 5, 1st Semester, pp. 116-133, 1963-64.
"Swidden in Southeast Asia." Lipunan, 1(1):24-52, 1965.
"Shifting cultivation in Southeast Asia." Proceedings of the Graduate Academy of the University of California, Vol. 2, 1963-64.
"The colonial origins of Manilaand Batavia: desultory notes on nascent metropolitan primacy and urban systems in southeast Asia." Asian Studies, 5(3):543-562, 1967.
"Origins of the Philippine City: an abstract." Historical Geography Newsletter, 2(1):36-37, 1972.
"The colonial hill station in Southeast Asia and the Philippines." Historical Geography Newsletter, 2(2), Fall, 1972.
"The primate city in Southeast Asia: conception definitions and colonial origins." Asian Studies, 10(3):283-320, 1972.
"Indigenous urbanism in southeast Asia." In Y.M. Yeung and C.P. Lo (eds.), Changing South-Fast Asian Cities: Readings on Urbanization. Singapore: Oxford University Press, pp. 14-27, 1976.
"Remarks on the colonial genesis of the hill station in Southeast Asia: with particular reference to the cities of Buitenzorg (Bogor) and Baguio." Asian Profile, 4(6):545-591, 1976.
"Hispanic Manila: colonial images and Philippine realities." In Dilip Basu (ed.), Rise and Growth of Colonial Port Cities in Asia. Santa Cruz: Center for South Pacific Studies, University of California, pp. 169-177, 1978.
"The colonial genesis of hill stations: the Genting exception." The Geographical Review, 79(4):463-468, 1979.
"From suprabarangay to colonial capital: reflections on the urban metamorphosis of Manila." In Dilip Basu and Thomas Metcalf (eds.), Colonial Port Cities in South and Southeast Asia. U.C. Press (forthcoming)
"From Meru to metropolis: perspectives on the urban experience in southeast Asia." Journal of Urban History. (Forthcoming)