is a lecturer in the History Department and the Associate Director for
the Center for Southeast Asian Studies. He has extensive research and
residence in the Philippines, with interests in 19th and 20th century
Philippine social, political, and demographic history. He teaches the
introductory course on Southeast Asia.
History 244: Introduction to Southeast Asia (cross-listed in Geography, Languages & Cultures of Asia, Political Science, and Sociology)
History 246: Refugees of the 'Cold' War: Southeast Asians in
America (cross-listed in Asian American Studies, and Languages & Cultures of Asia)
--"Accounting for Souls: Ecclesiastical Sources for the Study
of Philippine Demographic History," and "The Growth of Population
in Cebu during the Spanish Era: Constructing a Regional Demography
from Local Sources" with P. Xenos, in Population and History:
The Demographic Origins of the Modern Philippines. (Madison/Quezon
City: Center for Southeast Asian Studies and Ateneo de Manila University
--"Patron as Client: Warlord Politics and the Duranos of Danao,"
in An Anarchy of Families (Madison: Center for Southeast
Asian Studies), 1993.
Dr. Cullinane can often be found, Monday through Friday, from 10am-5pm
in the Center for Southeast Asian Studies in 207 Ingraham except for
when he is teaching his course (Tuesday/Thursday, 9:30-11:00am).
How to contact Professor Cullinane:
207 Ingraham Hall
1155 Observatory Drive
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison, WI 53706