Banwa Publications is managed by the research communication section of the Office of Research, University of the Philippines Mindanao.

Journals

  • BANWA Archives (2004-2013)

    The multidisciplinary journal BANWA has been publishing biannual issues containing research in the various fields since 2004. Since the change in format in 2013, the journal is now published as two subjournals: Series A for Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Series B for Natural and Applied Sciences and Economics and Management. This section contains previous articles published by the journal prior to 2013.
  • BANWA Series A

    Banwa is a multidisciplinary, open-access, peer-reviewed journal published biennially by the University of the Philippines Mindanao. Series A publishes scholarly and creative works in the fields of arts and humanities and the social and behavioural sciences, particularly in anthropology and sociology, architecture and design, communication and media studies, history, linguistics and languages, literature and literary studies, philosophy and religious studies, and visual and performing arts. As a regional journal, Series A has preference for, but is not limited to, scholarly and creative works about or relevant to Mindanao.

  • BANWA Series B

    Banwa is an open-access, peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal published annually by the University of the Philippines Mindanao. Series B publishes works on the natural and applied sciences and other allied fields, particularly in the disciplines of biological and agricultural sciences, chemistry, earth sciences, physics, applied mathematics, computer science, agricultural economics and management, and envrionmental studies.

  • BANWA Compendium of Research and Creative Works

    As the research management and planning office of the University of the Philippines Mindanao, the Center for the Advancement of Research in Mindanao (CARIM) is tasked to track the research productivity of the university in line with UP’s mandate as a research university and to comply with the data requirements of various government agencies. With this, CARIM is continually producing the BANWA Compendium of Research and Creative Works, which documents publications, presentations, research projects, creative works, and student theses produced in the university.

  • BANWA Supplements

    This series of publications include materials (e.g., conference abstracts) that are not published in the journals and monographs of Banwa.