Michael C. Hawkins, BA, PhD
Michael C. Hawkins, BA, PhD

Michael C. Hawkins, BA, PhD

Associate Professor
College of Arts and Sciences

Academic Appointments

Department

  • History

Position

  • Associate Professor

Publications and Presentations

Books

  • Making Moros: Imperial Historicism and American Military Rule in the Philippines’ Muslim South. Dekalb:, Northern Illinois University Press, 2013
  • Filipino Tapestry: Language Through Culture, co-authored with Rhodalyne Gallo-Crail. Madison:, University of Wisconsin Press, 2012
  • Tagalog Verb Dictionary, co-authored with Rhodalyne Gallo-Crail. Dekalb:, Northern Illinois University Press, 2011

Articles

  • Hawkins, Michael C. Review of The Philippines. Securing Paradise: Tourism and militarism in Hawai'i and the Philippines By Vernadette Vicuna Gonzalez Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2013., Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 45, 467-469, 2014
  • “Life and Times: The Temporal Habitations of R.A. Kartini,”, Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice, 14, no.1, 35-50, 2014
  • “Masculinity Reborn: Chivalry, Misgyony, Potency and Violence in the Philippines’ Muslim South, 1899-1914,”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 44, no.2, 250-265, 2013
  • Hawkins, Michael Contestations of Memory in Southeast Asia [Review], SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 28, 152-155, 2013
  • “Frontier Justice, Colonial Justice, and the Spaces in Between in the Southern Philippines, 1898-1913,”, Siliman Journal, 53, no 1, 2012
  • “David Barrows and Perceptions of Historical Consciousness in the Colonial, SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 27, no 1, 153-167, 2012
  • “Frontier Justice, Colonial Justice, and the Spaces in Between in the Southern Philippines, 1898-1913,”, Siliman Journal, 53, 2012
  • Hawkins, Michael C. Managing a massacre savagery, civility, and gender in moro province in the wake of bud dajo, Philippine Studies, 59, 83-105, 2011
  • Hawkins, Michael Our present concern: historicism, teleology, and contingent histories of a more democratic global past, Rethinking History, 15, 373-392, 2011
  • “Questions of Victimization and Agency in the Immigrant Experience: A Case Study of Three Chicago-Area Filipina Migrant Laborers,”, Phillipine Quarterly of Culture and Science, 38, 2010
  • "Rethinking Imperial Impact and Autonomous History in Modern China: A Historiographical Survey,", Yearbook of Private International Law, 103-115, 2009
  • “The Maulana’s Message: An Afternoon at the Sharief Alawi Mosque,”, Journal of Southern Philipines, 165-174, 2008
  • “Imperial Historicism and American Military Rule in the Philippines’ Muslim South,”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 39, 411-429, 2008
  • “Muslim Integration in the Philippines: A Historiographical Survey,”, Asia-Pacific Social Science Review, 8, 19-31, 2008
  • “Exploring Colonial Boundaries: An Examination of the Kartini-Zeehandelaar Correspondence,”, Asia-Pacific Social Science Review, 7, 1-14, 2007
  • “Soraya the Converted: A Conversation With a Maranao Muslim Woman in the Southern Philippines,”, Siliman Journal, 48, 2007
  • “Disrupted Historical Trajectories and Indigenous Agency: Rethinking Imperial Impact in Southeast Asian History,”, SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 22, 274-285, 2007
  • “Colonial Boundaries: An Exploration of R.A. Kartini’s Reformist Ideologies,”, The South East Asian Review, 1, 1-12, 2007
  • “Imperialism and Notions of Indigenous Inadequacy in the Philippines,”, Siliman Journal, 1, 35-47, 2006
  • Vicente L. Rafael, Nationalism and the Technics of Translaion in the Philippines. Durham: Duke University Press, 2005., Journal of Southeast Asian Language Teaching, 12, 2006
  • “Beginnings of a Promised Land: Jews in Colonial America,”, Americana, 45-57, 2002

Editing and Reviews

  • Hawkins, Michael C. The Philippines. Securing Paradise: Tourism and militarism in Hawai'i and the Philippines, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 45, 467-469, 2014
  • Hawkins, M. C. Imagining Vietnam and America: The Making of Post Colonial Vietnam, 1919-1950., Asia-Pacific Social Science Review, 10, 143-144, 2010
  • Paul A. Kramer, The Blood of Government: Race, Empire, the United States and the Philippines., The University of North Carolina Press, 2006

Presentations

  • “Muhammad and the Origins of Islam,” “Institutionalization and its Challenges,” “Islam and Empire,” “The Challenges of Modernity, Identity, and Nation,” A four-part lecture series given by invitation at US Strategic Command (STRATCOM), Offutt Airforce Base, Bellevue, NE, 2015
  • “First Showing: Negotiating Empire at the Greater America Exposition, 1899,” Presented by invitation at the Northern Illinois University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies Weekly Lecture Series, Dekalb, Illinois, 2014
  • “The Moro Experience at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair,” presented and discussed by invitation at the Kripke Center Seminar on Religion and US Empire, 2013
  • “Cultural Foundations of China – Philosophical Traditions and the Dynastic System,” “Western Impact, Opium Wars, and Attempts at Recovery,” “Mao’s China – The Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution,” “Deng Xiaoping, Reform and Opening, and the Making of Post-Mao China,” A four-part lecture series given by invitation at US Strategic Command (STRATCOM), Offutt Airforce Base, Bellevue, NE, 2013
  • “A Historical Review of Western Approaches to Alternate Dispute Resolutions Concerning China and Tibet,” Presented at the 8th Inernational Convention of Asia Scholars, Macao, 2013
  • “Preserving Savagery and Domesticating Violence in the Philippines’ Muslim South, 1899-1914,” Presented at the 9th International Conference on the Philippines: The Philippines and the World, Michigan State University, Lansing, MI, 2012
  • “Replicated Immersion Learning: Intersections of Language and Culture,” Presented by invitation at the USA John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, Dec. 2011 Commander’s Offsite, Camp Mackall, North Carolina. Presided over by Maj. Gen. Bennet S. Sacolick, USSF, PSYOPS, etc., 2011
  • “Managing a Massacre: Savagery, Civility and Gender in the Philippines’ Muslim South (1906),” Presented by invitation at the Northern Illinois University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies Weekly Lecture Series, Dekalb, Illinois, 2011

Research and Scholarship

Grant Funding Received

  • Magis Faculty Course Adaptation Grant
  • Magis Faculty Research Grant
  • Magis Core Development Grant