Biag ni Lam-ang is an epic poem of the Ilocano people from the Ilocos region of the Philippines.
Damiana Ligon Eugenio (September 27, 1921 – October 10, 2014) was a Filipino female author and professor who was known as the Mother of Philippine Folklore, a title she received in 1986.
Felipe Landa Jocano (February 5, 1930 – October 27, 2013) was a Filipino anthropologist, educator, and author known for his significant body of work within the field of Philippine Anthropology, and in particular for documenting and translating the Hinilawod, a Western Visayan folk epic.
Gilda Cordero-Fernando is a writer and publisher from the Philippines.
The indigenous religious beliefs of the Tagalog people (sometimes referred to as Anitism,Almocera, Ruel A., (2005) Popular Filipino Spiritual Beliefs with a proposed Theological Response. in Doing Theology in the Philippines. Suk, John., Ed. Mandaluyong: OMF Literature Inc. Pp 78-98 or, less accurately, using the general term "animism") were well documented by Spanish missionaries, mostly in the form of epistolary accounts (relaciones) and as entries in the various dictionaries put together by missionary friars.
There have been several models of early human migration to the Philippines.
Zeus Atayza Salazar is a Filipino historian and philosopher of history best known as a leading proponent of the historical movement known as "Pantayong Pananaw.".