About the Journal
LUKAD is the official biannual open access journal of Philippine Normal University – South Luzon, Philippines. It is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary journal.
The journal seeks to publish research articles, monographs, and book reviews across the different topics with special emphasis but not limited to the following:
- Technology and Livelihood Education
- Culture and Heritage
- Sustainable Education
- Critical History
- Local History
The word lukad is a Tagalog term that refers to a meticulous and laborious way of extracting coconut meat from the coconut shell by using different technological tools and processes. This term is appropriate for the Philippine Normal University – South Luzon (PNUSL) because of its distinct local characteristic and identity. PNUSL is geographically located in the coconut basket of the Philippines – Lopez, Quezon. As a National Center for Teacher Education, its mission is to link technology and livelihood education to philosophical, sociological, historical, psychological and political contexts.