Narratives of the Coconut in Our Memory: The Coconut Industry in Philippine Literature and History, 1940-2018 (69623)

Session Information: Cultural Studies & History
Session Chair: Nairita Ghosh

Saturday, 20 May 2023 14:05
Session: Session 3
Room: Room 705
Presentation Type:Oral Presentation

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The main purpose of this study is to contribute in the history of the coconut industry in the Philippines. It employed historical (historiography) and literary methods (textual, contextual, subtextual, and intertextual) in the analysis of texts to understand the recollections about the coconut industry in historical and literary narratives and to determine their use in shaping the essence, dignity, and identity of coconut farmers in the Philippines. Then, from the analysis conducted on the recollections of the coconut in the historical and literary narratives from 1940 to 2018, this study discovered the ideas and knowledge that can be the foundation for the strengthening of the coconut industry in the future. Likewise, this study investigated and highlighted the value of coconut farmers in the Philippines, particularly, their major role in the cultivation of the coconut as the tree of life and their role in the development of the coconut industry which is the source of the country's wealth.

Romeo Peña, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Philippines

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Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00