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1 General Editor and Publisher

• 2 Contributors to Encyclopedia Rizaliana maiden edition (2008)

• 3 Notes

• 4 References

• 5 See also

[pic] | |The Encyclopedia Rizaliana is one of the more recent subject-specific encyclopedias in the English language. As the name suggests, it is published mainly for those who would like to know and learn more about the Philippines' foremost patriot, Dr. Jose Protasio Rizal: his life, his various works, and his past and continuing influences. It is, however, also sold in other countries as well, where Rizal had been and where he is highly esteemed. The maiden one-volume edition (2008) of the encyclopedia has about 700 articles, many of them of the short-entry variety (100 words or less) but some running to considerable length (the "comics by and about Rizal" article is over 300 words long with illustrations). The work's coverage of Philippine and World geography and history may be considered too short and pales in comparison to the works of Ambeth Ocampo. Written by nine contributors, the Rizaliana includes over 900 index entries, 150 cross-references, tables, maps, and black-and-white line art and color images. The contributors feel that they need not sign their specific contributions, and the references were incorporated within the articles.

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The general editor, Prof. Jose Fadul, a U.P. Diliman graduate but currently based at the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, was responsible for the general format of the work. He has also contributed substantially to the project itself. A review made mention that "the contributors, except for two or three, as virtually unknown in the academic field." It should be noted however that a number of other Rizal scholars and Rizalists were earlier invited and agreed to contribute, but they have died just months before the Encyclopedia Rizaliana project formally commenced[1][2].

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