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Hall, Rosalie A.

Research:

East Asian Development Network (EADN) Research Grant. Project Title:  Camouflage and Tandong: Identity Construction among Muslim Women in the Philippine Army and the Police. April 2010-March 2011.

 

National Science Foundation (US), Project Leader: Dr. Roy Licklider. New Armies from Old: Merging Competing Militaries after Civil Wars. Participating Researcher (Philippines). May 2010 to December 2010.

 

International Sociological Association Research Committee 01 (Military Profession). Project Leader: Dr. Giuseppe Caforio. Asymmetric Warfare Project. Philippine collaborator. May 2010-December 2010. 

 

Fulbright Advanced Research and Lecturing Award. Project Title: Democratic Governance of the Armed Forces under post 9/11 US-Philippine Military Relations. 7 September 2009 to 6 February 2010. 

 

Asian Public Intellectual (API) Regional Project. “Community-Based Initiatives towards Human-Ecological Balance” Batanes, Philippines and Yogyakarta, Indonesia filed visits. November 2008-November 2011.

 

Toyota Foundation Southeast Asian Research and Exchange Program (SEASREP) Comparative and Collaborative Research Grant. “From Rebels to Soldiers: An Analysis of the Philippine and East Timorese Policy Integrating Former Moro National Liberation Front and Falintil Combatants into the Armed Forces” 15 April 2008 to 15 April 2009.

 

University of the Philippines Creative and Research Scholarship Grant. “Civil-military Relations in Disaster Rescue, Relief and Rehabilitation Activities : the Case of Brgy. Guinsangon, St. Bernard, Leyte. 1 April 2008 to 31 March 2009.  

 

University of the Philippines Returning Ph.D. grant. “The New Roles of the Philippine Military and their Effects on Civilian Supremacy.” April 30, 2008 to April 29, 2009. 

 

Nippon Foundation Asian Public Intellectual (API) Follow-Up Grant. "Civil-Military Cooperation in International Humanitarian and Civil Emergency Activities by Japanese Security Forces in Indonesia and the Philippines" August 2007 to February 2008; extended to October 2008 for publication of Tokyo workshop proceedings

 

University of the Philippines Oil Spill Research Project 07-18 “Communicating 

Disaster Management: Documentation, Assessment of Good Practices and Reform Initiatives by Stakeholders in the Solar I Oil Spill in Guimaras, Philippines.” October 2007 to September 2008 

 

Sasakawa Peace Foundation Building a Better Asia (BABA) Program. "Comparative Research Project on High School History Textbooks from 1950-1999 in Select Asian Countries: A Follow Up." January to September 2008

 

Sasakawa Peace Foundation Building a Better Asia Program. Research: "Comparative Research Project on High School History Textbooks in Select Asian Countries." April to November 2007.

 

Austrian Exchange Services’ North-South Dialogue Program. November 2006- April 2007. University of Innsbruck, Austria. Research: Civil-Military Relations in International Humanitarian and Civil Emergency Activities of the Austrian Armed Forces. 

 

Nippon Foundation Asian Public Intellectual (API) Program. Research: “Redefining the Role of the Japanese Self Defense Forces: Lessons in Forging a Global Identity.” Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan. November 2004-August 2005

 

University of the Philippines Center for Integrative and Development Studies. Research: “Democracy in the Trenches: Re-imposing Civilian Supremacy in Counterinsurgency Operations in Three Iloilo Communities.” 2003-2004

 

 

Publications:

Hall, Rosalie and Zeya Thu. “Beyond the Nation: Southeast Asia and ASEAN Perspectives in High School History Textbooks from the Philippines and Myanmar” in Proceedings of the International Conference on Language, Literature and Culture in ASEAN: Unity in Diversity. 4-5 August 2008. Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.

 

Hall, Rosalie and Anita Cular. “Civil-military relations in disaster rescue and relief operations: Response to the mudslide in southern Leyte, Philippines.” Scientia Militaria: South African Journal of Military Studies 38,2 (2010): 62-88.

 

Hall, Rosalie. “Boots on Unstable Ground: Democratic Governance of the Armed Forces under post 9/11 US-Philippine Military Relations” Asia Pacific Social Science Review 10,2 (2010): 25-42.

 

Hall, Rosalie. “From Rebels to Soldiers: An Analysis of the Philippine and East Timorese Experiences Integrating Former Insurgents/Combatants into their Military” PSSC Social Science Information 37 (January-December 2010): 5-35.

 

Hall, Rosalie. “Governance during Disaster: Intra-governmental and Non-governmental coordination in the 2006 Guimaras Oil Spill.” Philippine Political Science Journal 51,54 (2010): 117-152.

 

Hall, Rosalie. Author. "Whose Job, What Job? Security Sector Performance in a Local Communist Frontline in Central Philippines." In Advances in Military Sociology: Essays in Honor of Charles C. Moskos. 2009. Emerald Group Publishing Ltd: London

 

Hall, Rosalie. Case Study Writer. “Security Forces in Iloilo" in Developing a Security Sector Reform Index in the Philippines: Towards Conflict Prevention and Peace Building. published by the Institute for Strategic and Development Studies (ISDS), United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP). 2009.

 

Hall, Rosalie. “Disaster in a Conflict Area: The Indonesian Military’s Role in the 2004 Tsunami Response in Aceh Province”; “Civil-Military Cooperation in International Disaster Response: the Japan Self Defense Forces’ (JSDF) Deployment in Aceh, Indonesia” In Civil-Military Cooperation in Emergency Relief. Rosalie Arcala Hall, editor. 2009. Quezon City: Central Book Supply. ISBN 978-971-001-003-2.

 

Hall, Rosalie. “To Send or Not to Send? Austrian Neutrality Redefined and Implications for the Overseas Deployment of its Armed Forces” Danyag (UP Visayas Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences) Volume 14, No.1 (2009), pp. 13-24.

 

Hall, Rosalie. “Civil-military cooperation in international disaster response: the Japanese Self-Defense Forces deployment in Aceh, Indonesia.” Korean Journal of Defense Analysis 20, 4 (December 2008): 383-400.

 

Hall, Rosalie. "Living in the Shadow of Violence: Local Civil-Military Engagements in  Anti-Communist Insurgency Operations in Central Philippines" Asian Security 3, 3 (September 2007): 228-250.

 

Hall, Rosalie. “Democracy in the Trenches: Re-imposing Civilian Supremacy in Counterinsurgency Operations in the Philippines” PSSC Social Science Information 34, 1 and 2 (January-December 2006)

 

Hall, Rosalie. “Politics in the Frontline: Local Civil-Military Engagements in Anti-Communist Insurgency Operation in Three Iloilo Communities” Philippine Political Science Journal 27, 50 (2006): 1-30

 

Hall, Rosalie. “The Changing Landscape of Security Policy Making in Japan” OSS Digest. 3rd and 4th Quarter (2005)

 

Hall, Rosalie. “Exploring New Roles of the Philippine Military: Implications to Civilian Supremacy.” Philippine Political Science Journal 25, 48 (2004): 107-130.

 

 

Papers Presented in Conferences:

“Camouflage and Tandong: Womanhood and Ethnicity in the Philippine Army and Police” Philippine Political Science Association Conference. April 29-30, 2011 Bacolod City, Philippines.

 

“Modern Soldiery Interrogated: Cataloguing the Local Military’s Tasks and their Perception of Local Civilian Actors” 11th National Convention on Statistics. October 4-5, 2010. Edsa Shangrila Hotel, Pasig City.

 

"The Integration and Reintegration of the MNLF to the Military as a Peace Investment" Colloquium on Peace Negotiations and Lex Pacificatoria. September 13, 2010. Balay Kalinaw, UP Diliman.

 

"From Rebels to Soldiers: An Analysis of the Philippine Policy Integrating Former Moro National Liberation Front Combatants into the Armed Forces" New Armies from the Old: Merging Competing Military Forces after Civil Wars Conference. August 31-September 1, 2010. US Army War College, Carlisle, PA, USA.

 

“Camouflage and Tandong: Identity Construction among Muslim Women in the Philippine Army and Police” 2009/2010 EADN Annual Forum. August 3-4, 2010. Bangkok, Thailand.

 

 “Beyond Fighting: Reconstruction, Development and Humanitarian Assistance in the US-Philippine Anti-terror Campaign in Southern Philippines” Fourth APISA Congress. November 12-13 2009. Makati City, Philippines.

 

“Democratic governance of the military under  post 9/11 US-Philippine military relations” ; “From Rebels to Soldiers: An Analysis of Philippine and East Timorese Policy Integrating Former Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) and Falintil Combatants into the Armed Forces”  Inter University Seminar of the Armed Forces and Society. October 23-25, 2009. Chicago, IL. 

 

“From Rebels to Soldiers: An Analysis of Philippine and East Timorese Policy Integrating Former Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) and Falintil Combatants into the Armed Forces” American Political Science Association Meeting. September 3-6, 2009. Toronto, Canada.

 

“From Rebels to Soldiers: Identity Politics among Former Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) and Falintil Integrees into the Armed Forces” Philippine Political Science Association Conference. April 3-4, 2009. General Santos City, Philippines.

 

“Civil-Military Cooperation in International Humanitarian and Civil Emergency Activities by Japanese Forces in Indonesia”;  “Whose Job, What Job? Security Sector Performance in a Local Communist 

Frontline in Central Philippines” International Sociological Association Research Committee 01. International Conference on “Armed Forces and Conflict Resolution in a Globalized World” July 14 -17, 2008, Seoul, Korea

 

“Beyond the Nation: Perspectives on Asia in High School History Textbooks.” Philippine Political Science Association Conference. April 11-12, 2008. Dumaguete City, Philippines.

 

“Civil-Military Interaction during International Humanitarian and Disaster Relief Operations by Japanese Security Forces.” Workshop on Civil-Military Cooperation in Emergency Relief. January 22, 2008. Tokyo Foundation. Tokyo, Japan.

 

“Civil-Military Cooperation in International Humanitarian and Civil-Emergency Activities by Japanese Security Forces in Indonesia and the Philippines.” Asian Political and International Studies Association. Third Congress. November 23-25, 2007. Delhi, India.

 

“Exploring New Roles for the Philippine Military: Implications for Civilian Supremacy.” Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society. October 26-28, 2007. Chicago, USA.

 

“Civil-Military Cooperation in International Humanitarian and Civil Emergency Activities by Japanese Security Forces in Indonesia.” Mainstreaming Human Security: The Asian Contribution.  October 4-5, 2007. Bangkok, Thailand.

 

"Living in the Shadow of Violence: Local Civil-Military Engagements in  Anti-Communist Insurgency Operations in Central Philippines" at the War on Our World Conference. June 19-21, 2007. Manchester, UK.

 

 “Challenging the National Narrative: The Left and Counterinsurgency War in Panay Island” Philippine Political Science Association Conference. Zamboanga City, Philippines. October 27-28, 2006.

 

“Local Civil-Military Engagements in Anti-Communist Insurgency Operations in Central Philippines” American Political Science Association Conference. Philadelphia, USA. August 31-September 3, 2006.

 

“Popular, Pacifist, Patriotic and Partisan Voices: The Changing Security Debate in Japan” Democracies in Asia Conference. Ateneo de Manila Center for Asian Studies. Manila, Philippines. August 25, 2006.

 

 “The Changing Landscape of Security Policy Making in Japan” Second Asian Political and International Studies Association Congress. City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. November 14-16, 2005.

 

“Politics in the Frontline: Local Civil-Military Relations in Anti-Communist Insurgency Operations in Three Iloilo Communities.” Philippine Political Science Association Conference, Manila, Philippines. October 22-23, 2004.

 


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