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PhD Literature, Screen and Theater Studies at the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 2009
MPhil Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge, 1996
Diploma (Japanese Language, Culture and Affairs), University of Tokyo, 1994
MA Comparative Literature, University of the Philippines Diliman, 1993
BA Journalism, University of Santo Tomas, 1988

Jose Wendell Capili


Biography

Jose Wendell P. Capili was educated at the University of Santo Tomas (UST), University of the Philippines (UP) , The University of Tokyo, The University of Cambridge and The Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies (RSPAS), Australian National University (ANU), where he earned his PhD on the emergence of Southeast Asian Diaspora Writers in Australia from 1972 to 2007.

He is a Professor of English, Creative Writing and Comparative Literature at the College of Arts and Letters (CAL), UP Diliman (UPD) and the Assistant Vice President for Public Affairs and Director, Office of Alumni Relations (OAR), University of the Philippines System.

He was a holder of the UP Carlos P. Romulo Professorial Chair (1998-1999, 2000-2001) and the UP Centennial Professorial Chair / Grant (2008-2009, 2009-2010, 2010-2011). Previously, he was Program Development Associate to the UP Diliman Chancellor (1997-1999, 1999-2001); and UP CAL Associate Dean for Administration and Development (2000-2003, 2003-2004), Associate Dean for Research, Creative Works and Publications (April-May 2007) and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs (2007-2009).

He received Carlos Palanca, Cultural Center of the Philippines , USTETIKA, UP Outstanding Student Artist, UP International Publication, UP Diliman Gawad Chancellor and UP creative writing grant awards for his poetry and essays as well as scholarships, grants and fellowships from the Cambridge Trust, British Council, The Japanese Ministry of Education (Monbusho), The University of Hong Kong, Korea Foundation, Asia-Europe Institute and Cultural Centre of The University of Malaya (UM), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), University of Kyoto, UP and ANU in the fields of creative writing, literature, social anthropology and history.

His books are: A Madness of Birds (poems, University of the Philippines Press, 1998); Bloom and Memory (essays, University of Santo Tomas Publishing House, 2002), Mabuhay to Beauty! (pop culture, Milflores Publishing, 2003), From the Editors: Migrant Communities and Emerging Australian Community (Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, 2007) and Salu-Salo: In Conversation with Filipinos (with John Cheeseman, Blacktown and Liverpool, New South Wales, Australia: Blacktown Arts Centre and Casula Powerhouse, 2008). With John Jack Wigley, he translated and edited Lupito and the Circus Village (written by Rowald Almazar, artworks by Jose Santos III, Manila: University of Santo Tomas Publishing House, 2008).

His poems, reviews, creative/critical essays, newspaper articles and academic papers were published in Australia, Austria, England, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and the United States, including Anagram (Johns Hopkins University), Ani (Cultural Center of the Philippines), Budhi (Ateneo de Manila), Bulawan (National Commission on Culture and the Arts), Business Mirror, Caracoa, Diliman Review (UP), Korea Times, Korea Herald, Literary Review (Farleigh Dickinson University), Mabuhay (Philippine Air Lines), Manila Chronicle, Philippine Daily Globe, The Philippine Daily Inquirer, The Philippines Free Press, Philippine Graphic, Philippine Studies (Ateneo de Manila), Poet's Voice (University of Graz, Austria), Sands and Coral (Silliman University), Solidarity, Southeast Asian Review of English (Malaysia), Sunday Inquirer Magazine, Westerly (University of Western Australia) and the PEN International Poetry Anthology (Japan PEN).

In 2005, Capili was a visiting scholar at The National University of Singapore, The University of Sydney, The University of Western Australia, The University of Melbourne, and The University of Queensland. His poems and critical essays were read and featured during the 2000 British Council Seminar on the Contemporary Writer at the University of Cambridge, the inaugural Hong Kong International Literary Festival at the Fringe Club and the University of Hong Kong (2001), the 2007 & 2008 Sydney Writers' Festival at Casula Powerhouse and Liverpool Regional Museum, and the 76th PEN International Congress at Keio Plaza Hotel, Japan P.E.N. Club and Waseda University (Tokyo, 2011).

Administrative Positions

Assistant Vice President for Public Affairs and Director of the Office of Alumni Relations, UP System (2011-present)

Assistant Vice President for Public Affairs and Director of the Information Office, UP System (2009-2011)

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, UP College of Arts and Letters (2007-2009]

Associate Dean for Research, Creative Works and Publications, , UP College of Arts and Letters (April-May 2007)

UP CAL Associate Dean for Administration and Development,, UP College of Arts and Letters (2000-2003, 2003-2004)

Program Development Associate to the UP Diliman Chancellor (1997-1999, 1999-2001)

Courses handled

College of Arts and Letters (CAL)

Graduate

CW 400 Doctoral Dissertation

CW 340 Creative Nonfiction I

CW 341 Creative Nonfiction II

CW 300 Master's Thesis

CW 240 Creative Nonfiction I

CW 241 Creative Nonfiction II

CL 400 Doctoral Dissertation

CL 350 Seminar: Philippine Literatures In English

CL 300 Master's Thesis

CL 250 Philippine Literatures in English I

CL 298 Directed Readings: Literatures from the Diaspora (Japan, Australia, United States)


Undergraduate

CL 200 Undergraduate Thesis

CL 150 The Literature of the Philippines in English I

CL 145 The Literature of Japan

CL 121 Critical Approaches to Literature I

CL 100 Introduction to Comparative Literature

CL 50 Survey of Philippine Literature in English

CW 200 Undergraduate Thesis

CW 198 Special Problems (Creative Writing and Popular Culture)

CW 140 Creative Nonfiction I

CW 141 Creative Nonfiction II

CW 120 Poetry I

CW 121 Poetry II

CW 100 Introduction to Creative Writing

CW 10 Creative Writing for Beginners

Comm I Communication Skills I

Comm II Communication Skills II (Types of Academic Discourse)

Hum 1 (English) Literature, Society & the Individual

Hum 1 (Filipino) Tao, Panitikan at Lipunan


Center for International Studies (CIS)

Undergraduate

Japan Studies 101 Japanese Culture And Society I

Japan Studies 100 An Overview Of Contemporary Japanese Culture And Society

SEA 30 Asian Emporiums: Networks of Culture & Trade in Southeast Asia


College of Science (CS)

Undergraduate

STS Science, Technology and Society



Asian Center / Tri-College Philippine Studies Program

Graduate

PS 400 Doctoral Dissertation

Publications

Books:

Poetry

A Madness of Birds, (Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press, 1998)

Essays

Bloom and Memory, (Manila: University of Santo Tomas Publishing House, 2002)

Popular culture

(as editor) Mabuhay to Beauty!, (Quezon City: Milflores Publishing, 2003)

Anthology

(as editor) From the Editors: Migrant Communities and Emerging Australian Literature, (Liverpool, New South Wales, Australia: Casula Powerhouse, 2007)

(as co-editor, with John Cheeseman) Salu-Salo: In Conversation with Filipinos, (Blacktown and Liverpool, New South Wales, Australia: Blacktown Arts Centre and Casula Powerhouse, 2008)

Translation

(translated and edited with John Jack Wigley) Lupito and the Circus Village (translation of Si Lupito at ang Barrio Sirkero written by Rowald Almazar, artworks by Jose Santos III), (Manila: University of Santo Tomas Publishing House, 2008)

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