Room No. 1324
University of the Philippines – Diliman
Tel:+63 (2) 981-8500 loc 2114
Geographical Areas: Mindanao, Southeast Asia
Efenita M. Taqueban teaches social anthropology, with interests in gender, global political economy, and social suffering. Her masters thesis drew from the stories of induced abortion by mothers from an urban poor community in Manila. With focus on research, she also serves as a legal advocate.
2015 With Nikos Dacanay, Mary Luz Feranil and Ryan Silverio
Cybercafes and Community ICT Training Centers: Empowering Migrant Workers in Thailand. In Public Access ICT across Cultures. Francisco J. Proenza, ed. Pp 341-371. Massachusetts: MIT Press.
2013 A Way Out in Eden: Maternal Health Crisis in Manila. Philippine Social Science Review 65/2 : 1-43.
2013 Community Health Worker. In Figures of Southeast Asian Modernity. Barker, Joshua; Harms, Erik; Lindquist, Johan, eds. Pp 41-43. Hawaii: University of Hawaii Press.
2013 Taking Stock: A Survey of AIDS Response for MSM and TG People in the Philippines. Quezon City: Health Action Information Network and the United Nations Development Program.
2012 Salam: Of Dislocation, Marginality and Flexibility. Social Science Diliman; Jul-Dec 2012, Vol. 8 Issue 2: 1-27.