Brief Profile

Si Madilene B. Landicho ay Assistant Professor sa UP Departamento ng Antropolohiya. Nagtapos siya ng BA at MA Anthropology sa parehong institusyon. Ang kanyang interes sa pananaliksik ay nakatuon sa kasarian at sekswalidad, antropolohiya ng katawan, aralin sa Timog-Silangang Asya, kaalamang-bayan at etnolinggwistiks. Siya ay naglilingkod rin bilang tagapayo ng UP Anthropology Society at ng LGBT San Nicolas.

Ilan sa kanyang itinuturong mga kurso ay Peoples of the Philippines, Introduction to Philippine Culture, Peoples of Southeast Asia and Oceania, Social Anthropology, at Field Methods in Social Anthropology, gayundin ang mga GE subject na Exploring Gender and Sexuality at Anthropology of the Body.

Research Interest and Specialization

Kasarian at Sekswalidad, Antropolohiya ng Katawan, Aralin sa Timog-Silangang Asya, Kaalamang-Bayan at Etnolinggwistiks

Geographical Areas / Field Sites

Batangas, Batanes, Puerto Princesa Palawan


  • Alaga sa Hilot: Unraveling Local Knowledge, Practices, and Experiences on Pregnancy and Childbirth in a Community in Batangas, Philippines (
  • Dalisay, S.N.M., and M.B. Landicho. (2018). Intangible Cultural Heritage for Disaster Preparedness, Recovery and Resilience Against Natural Hazards in a Community in San Nicolas, Batangas The Philippines. In W. Iwamoto, M. Ohnuki, and Y. Nojima (Eds.), Preliminary Research on ICH Safeguarding and Disaster Risk Management in the Asia-Pacific Region. Osaka, Japan: International Research Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region (IRCI).
  • Tiatco, S.A.P., M.B. Landicho, and J. R. Javier. (2018). Recuperating and Reimagining the Palo-Palo in Batanes, Philippines: From Colonial Legacy to Performance of Solidarity. Asian Theatre Journal.
  • Dalisay, S.N.M., M.A.E. Quizon, and M.B. Landicho. (2014). Structural Drivers of Genders and Sexualities: Continuity and Change in the Philippines from 1985 to 2010. In P. Boonmongkon and T.T. Ojanen (Eds.), Mobile Sexualities: Transformations of gender and sexuality in Southeast Asia. Nakhon Pathom, Thailand: The Southeast Asian Consortium on Gender, Sexuality and Health.


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