Lecture (by Zoom) Announcement: "Hierarchies of Misery in Rodrigo Duterte's Philippines" - Nicole Curato, March 23, 9 a.m. (Tokyo time)

Dear H-Asia members,

Greetings from Tokyo.

I’m writing to let you know that Professor Nicole Curato, one of the most productive and engaged scholars working on the intersection of politics and society in Asia, will be speaking (via Zoom) at Waseda’s Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies (GSAPS) on  March 23, 2021 at 9 a.m. Tokyo time (11 a.m. in Sydney time; 8 a.m. in Singapore; March 22: 8 p.m. Eastern Daylight time, 5 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time).

Book Launch: 'Thinking and Working Politically in Development: Coalitions for Change in the Philippines'

Dear colleagues,

LSE Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre would like to invite you for the following book launch event next week:

 

Book Launch: 'Thinking and Working Politically in Development: Coalitions for Change in the Philippines'

February 10th (Wednesday), 12:00-13:30 GMT

CUHK MAICS online talks on Islamic femininity and revolutionary pan-Asianism in Jan 2021

The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s MA in Intercultural Studies Program invites everyone to two Zoom talks on Islamic femininity and revolutionary pan-Asianism in Jan 2021. For inquiries, please contact yueqianwu@cuhk.edu.hk.

 

"Philippine Asianist Thought and Southeast Asian Pan-Asianist Action in the ‘Periphery’ of Asia at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,” Dr. Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz (University of Cambridge), Jan 13, Wed, 12pm (Hong Kong time)

CUHK MAICS online talks on Islamic femininity and revolutionary pan-Asianism in Jan 2021

The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s MA in Intercultural Studies Program invites everyone to two Zoom talks on Islamic femininity and revolutionary pan-Asianism in Jan 2021. For inquiries, please contact yueqianwu@cuhk.edu.hk.

 

"Philippine Asianist Thought and Southeast Asian Pan-Asianist Action in the ‘Periphery’ of Asia at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,” Dr. Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz (University of Cambridge), Jan 13, Wed, 12pm (Hong Kong time)

Member book, Mark Blasius and Richard T. Chu (eds.), More Tomboy, More Bakla Than We Admit: Insights into Sexual and Gender Diversity in Philippine Culture, History, and Politics

To my esteemed colleagues, 

I am happy to announce the publication of More Tomboy, More Bakla (Gay) Than We Admit: Insights into Sexual and Gender Diversity in Philippine Culture,History, and Politics (Vibal Foundation, Inc., 2020). 488 pp. ISBN 97859715975071451 (Softbound), ISBN 97859715975071558 7 (Hardbound), ISBN 97859715975073750 7 (e-book). 

Announcement of Activities of the Museo ng Kaalamang Katutubo (MusKKat) - December 2020

The Museo ng Kaalamáng Katutubò (MusKKat) is a foundation engaged in a museum development project. It has coconvened a conference on human movements with eminent archaeologists and anthropologists, mounted an internal exhibition, presented lectures, engaged in a community outreach project among an Aeta community in Pampanga, embarked on partnerships and memberships with national and international cultural and educational agencies and institutions, and is active on social media.

The following are our upcoming events this December 2020:

 

| New book release| A Warrior's Armament and Ornament: The Edwin R. Bautista Collection of Philippine Bladed Weapons

ABOUT THE MUSEO NG KAALAMÁNG KATUTUBÒ (MUSKKAT)
The Museo ng Kaalamáng Katutubò (MusKKat) is a foundation engaged in a museum development project. It has coconvened a conference on human movements with eminent archaeologists and anthropologists, mounted an internal exhibition, presented lectures, engaged in a community outreach project among an Aeta community in Pampanga, embarked on partnerships and memberships with national and international cultural and educational agencies and institutions, and is active on social media.

University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) History Department Philippine Church History webinars

The University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) History Department will be holding a series of webinars on Philippine Church History from February to April 2021, as their contribution to the 500 years of Philippine-Spanish relations and the founding of Christianity in the Philippines in 2021. 

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