Aghamtao is the official journal of the Ugnayang Pang-Aghamtao, inc. (UGAT), the Anthropological Association of the Philippines. Beginning with its maiden issue in 1978 devoted to a stocktaking of Anthropology in the Philippines, Aghamtao continues provide a forum for the scholarship and practice of anthropology in the Philippines. Aghamtao comes out as a regular issue in October, an from time to time may have a second special issue. All submissions undergo a double-blind peer review process.
- Savoring our food can save us: Counting the global with local by Fernando Zialcita
- Harvesting activity and food culture of tamiluk (Bactronophous thoracites) in the Philippine mangrove forests by Takashi Tsuji
- Precarity of corn farming and food security in the uplands of Cebu by Bonifacio M. Amper, Jr. and Zona Hildegarde S. Amper
- Tuslob buwa: From poor man’s meal to ‘Cebuano’ exotic hotpot dish by Romeo J. Toring, Jr.
- “Bring adobo!” – Food and Filipino migrant identity in Hong Kong by Josef Adriel Olindan De Guzman
- A slice of the homeland: the Filipino Sunday market in Turin, Italy by Raymond Aquino Macapagal
- Philippine and Japanese food habits and food systems by Cynthia Neri Zayas
- E. Arsenio Manuel’s early life and childhood, 1909-1927 by Brandon Joseph Macapagal Reilly