Everyone knows that feeling when a song—written by someone else in some other place or time—sees you so completely in the present. But how does that happen?
Oscar Tantoco Serquiña Jr.
Oscar Tantoco Serquiña Jr. is a PhD candidate in theater studies at the University of Melbourne, where he is working on a dissertation that explores sites of speech study, training, and performance in the Philippines from the 20th to the 21st centuries. He is also a faculty member in the department of speech communication and theater arts at the University of the Philippines. His essays have appeared in Theatre Research International, Humanities Diliman, Kritika Kultura, the Philippine Political Science Journal, and the Philippine Humanities Review.