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Quimpo Nathan Gilbert

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Official title
Associate Professor
Bldg. 3K, Room 425
Research projects
Democracy, democratization and democratic governance -- (current)/
Conflict and peace studies -- (current)/
Political corruption -- (current)/
Civil society -- (current)/
  • Contested Democracy: An Alternative Interpretation of Philippine Politics
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Paper presented at the Philippine Political Science Association (PPSA) conference, Cebu City, Philippines, November 8, 2002., 2002-01
  • The New Philippine Left and Participatory Local Governance
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Paper presented at the 4th European Association for South East Asian Studies (EuroSEAS) Conference, September 2, 2004, Paris, France., 2004-01
  • Contending Versions of the Civil Society Argument
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Paper presented at the 7th International Conference on the Philippines (ICOPHIL), Leiden, the Netherlands, June 17, 2004., 2004-01
  • Clientelist and Predatory Politics in Asia’s Flawed Democracies
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Paper presented at an international conference on “Prospects for Democracy in East Asia for the 21st Century: Issues, Threats and Challenges,” sponsored by the Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA), Novotel Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia, November 28- 29, 2008., 2008-01
  • The Return of the Predatory Regime
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Paper presented the 8th International Conference on Philippine Studies (ICOPHIL), Philippine Social Science Center, Quezon City, Philippines, July 23-25, 2008., 2008-01
  • The Presidency, Political Parties and Predatory Politics in the Philippines
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Paper presented at the “International Joint Symposium: Designing Governance for Civil Society,” Keio University, Hiyoshi, Japan, November 22-23, 2009., 2009-01
  • New Aquino Government Faces Daunting Challenges to Democratic Reform
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Paper presented at the 2nd Philippine Studies Conference of Japan (PPSJ), International Congress Center Epochal, Tsukuba, Japan, November 13, 2010., 2010-01
  • Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand: Free from the Scourge of Predatory Rule?
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Paper presented at the 6th European Association for South East Asian Studies (EuroSEAS) Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden, August 26-28, 2010., 2010-01
  • Oligarchic Rule, Ethnocratic Tendencies and Armed Conflict in the Philippines
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Paper presented at a workshop on “East Asian Human Security and Post-Conflict Development in Comparative Perspective,” May 18, 2012, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea., 2012-01
  • The Limits of Post-Plunder Reform in the Philippines’ Oligarchic Democracy
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Paper presented at the annual conference of the Association for Asian Studies, March 15-18, 2012, Toronto, Canada., 2012-01
  • Dealing with the MILF and Abu Sayyaf: Who’s Afraid of an Islamic State?
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Public Policy/3(4)/p.pp. 38-62, 1999-01
  • Colonial Name, Colonial Mentality and Ethnocentrism
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Public Policy/4(1)/p.pp. 1-49, 2000-01
  • Three-cornered Diplomatic Battle at OIC: GRP, MNLF, MILF
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Philippine Human Rights Forum/9(2)/p.pp. 29-37, 2000-01
  • Back to War in Mindanao: The Weaknesses of a Power-based Approach in Conflict Resolution
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Philippine Political Science Journal/(44)/p.pp. 99-126, 2000-01
  • Review: Popular Development and Democracy – Case Studies with Rural Dimensions in the Philippines, Indonesia and Kerala
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Journal of Contemporary Asia/34(2)/p.pp. 277-78, 2004-01
  • Agonized Choice: The Participation of the Left in Elections (Translated into German)
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Sudostasien/12(3)/p.pp. 62-67, 2004-01
  • The Use of Human Rights for the Protraction of War
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Kasarinlan/21(1)/p.pp. 34-54, 2006-01
  • The U.S. and the Southern Philippines’ Quagmire
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    International Political Economy/(20)/p.pp. 33-46, 2008-01
  • Political Parties and Corruption
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Southeast Asian Affairs/p.pp. 277-294, 2007-01
  • The Left, Elections and the Political Party System in the Philippines
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Critical Asian Studies/37(1)/p.pp. 3-28, 2005-01
  • Options in the Pursuit of a Just, Comprehensive and Stable Peace in the Southern Philippines
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Asian Survey/41(2)/p.pp. 271-289, 2001-01
  • The Philippines: Predatory Regime, Growing Authoritarian Features
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    The Pacific Review/22(3)/p.pp. 335-353, 2009-01
  • Oligarchic Patrimonialism, Bossism, Electoral Clientelism and Contested Democracy in the Philippines
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
    Comparative Politics/37(2)/p.pp. 229-250, 2005-01
  • The Philippines: predatory regime, growing authoritarian features
    Quimpo Nathan Gilbert
    PACIFIC REVIEW/22(3)/pp.335-353, 2009-01
  • The Philippine Left: Still Struggling to Make a Comeback
    Quimpo Nathan Gilbert
    Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Philippines, 2017-12
  • Duterte’s ‘War on Drugs’: The Securitization of Illegal Drugs and the Return to National Boss Rule
    Quimpo Nathan Gilbert
    A Duterte Reader: Critical Essays on His Early Presidency, 2017-08
  • Subversive Lives: A Family Memoir of the Marcos Years
    Quimpo Nathan Gilbert
  • “In Memory of Ateneo’s Martyrs and Other Victims of Martial Law Repression.” In Down from the Hill, Ateneo de Manila in the First Ten Years under Martial Law, 1972-1982
    Cristina Jayme Montiel; Susan Evangelista (eds.); +QUIMPO...
  • "Philippines: The 'People Power’ Revolution of 1896." In Revolutionary Movements in World History: From 1750 to the Present, vol. 2
    James V. DeFronzo (ed.); +QUIMPO Nathan Gilbert
  • “Barrio Utrecht.” In In De Olde Worlde: Views of Filipino Migrants in Europe
    Filomenita Mongaya Hǿ gsholm (ed.); +QUIMPO Nathan G...
  • “CPP-NDF Members in Western Europe: Travails in Pursuing International Relations Work.” In Brokering a Revolution: Relational Dynamics of a Philippine Insurgency
    Rosanne Rutten (ed.); +QUIMPO Nathan Gilbert
  • "What Muslim Mindanao Really Means to Arroyo.” In Crisis and Change
    Focus on the Global South; +QUIMPO Nathan Gilbert
  • “The Philippines: Predatory Regime, Growing Authoritarian Features.” In Contemporary Authoritarianism in Southeast Asia: Structures, Institutions and Agency
    William Case (ed.); +QUIMPO Nathan Gilbert
  • “Popular Politics of Representation: New Lessons from the Pioneering Projects in Indonesia, Kerala, and the Philippines.” Co-authored with Olle Törnquist and P.K. Michael Tharakan. In Rethinking Popular Representation
    Olle Tö rnquist Neil Webster and Kristian Stokke (ed...
  • “Tragedy at Sea.” In Tibak Rising: Activism in the Days of Martial Law
    Ferdinand C. Llanes (ed.); +QUIMPO Nathan Gilbert
  • “Mindanao, Southern Philippines: The Pitfalls of Working for Peace in a Time of Political Decay.” In Autonomy and Ethnic Conflict in South and South-east Asia
    Rajat Ganguly (ed.); +QUIMPO Nathan Gilbert
  • “Country Report: The Philippines.” In Countries at the Crossroads 2011: An Analysis of Democratic Governance
    Jake Dizard; Christopher Walker; and Vanessa Tucker (eds....
  • The US and the War on Terror in the Philippines
    Patricio N. Abinales; Nathan Gilbert Quimpo (eds.); +QUIM...
  • The Politics of Change in the Philippines
    Yuko Kasuya; Nathan Gilbert Quimpo (eds.); +QUIMPO Nathan...
  • Subversive Lives: A Family Memoir of the Marcos Years
    Susan F. Quimpo; Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
  • Contested Democracy and the Left in the Philippines after Marcos
    Nathan Gilbert Quimpo
Conference, etc.
  • Is the Philippines Turning into a Developmental State?
    Quimpo Nathan Gilbert
    10th Iinternational Conference on Philippine Studies/2016-07-06--2016-07-08
  • Can the Philippines' Wild Oligarchy Be Tamed?
    Quimpo Nathan Gilbert
    CSEAS Tonan Talk, Kyoto University/2014-06-16--2014-06-16
  • 'Revolutionary Taxation': Has the CPP-NPA Taken a Turn to Organized Crime?
    Quimpo Nathan Gilbert
    Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA) Annual Conference/2013-09-20--2013-09-21
2017-10 -- 2018-02Seminar on Southeast Asian Studies III-BUniversity of Tsukuba.
2017-10 -- 2018-02Internship IUniversity of Tsukuba.
2017-04 -- 2017-08Internship IUniversity of Tsukuba.
2017-10 -- 2017-12Special Seminar on International Public Policy IVUniversity of Tsukuba.
2017-10 -- 2017-12Research Methods and Academic Writing IUniversity of Tsukuba.
2018-02 -- 2018-03Internship IUniversity of Tsukuba.
2017-10 -- 2018-02Research Workshop for Public Policy IIIUniversity of Tsukuba.
2017-10 -- 2017-12Special Seminar in Area Studies I (JDS/ABE seminar)University of Tsukuba.
2017-10 -- 2017-12Seminar on Method of Social Science IUniversity of Tsukuba.
2017-12 -- 2018-02Special Seminar on Central Eurasian Studies IUniversity of Tsukuba.

(Last updated: 2017-06-19)