Something I Hadn't Thought About Before
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When the new thing you learned is that something exists... A religious icon you had seen dozens of times before but never thought about. Check out @hugotPodcasting on Twitter! Sources: Sison, Antonio D. (2015). "Afflictive Apparitions: The Folk Catholic Imaginary in Philippine Cinema". Material Religion. Routledge. 11 (4): 421–442. Jaime C. Laya (2001). Letras Y Figuras. Manila: Anvil. pp. 89–90. ISBN 978-971-27-1143-5. Elizabeth H. Pisares (1999). Daly City is My Nation: Race, Imperialism and the Claiming of Pinay / Pinoy Identities in Filipino American Culture. University of California Press. p. 58. OCLC 43832108 ---- Transcript available on our website: www.miscellanymedia.online/transcripts Music for this Episode by Sounds Like an Earful: Soundslikeanearful.com Twitter: @MiscellanyMedia Tumblr: miscellanymedia Support the project: www.ko-fi.com/mmstudios And check out The Oracle of Dusk or Aishi Online wherever you are listening to this podcast
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