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Isang Taon ang Lumipas, Mga Ala-alang Walang Kupas

19-06-2016 Students' Corner

  Isang Taon ang Lumipas, Mga Ala-alang Walang Kupas -Kelvin Meneses (AFS 2015) Kung ipagpapalagay nating totoo ang oras, kulang-kulang isang taon mula nang simulan naming makibahagi sa pamayanan ng Pila at Paete. Ang bundok, ang dagat, ang ilog, ang mga pilapil, ang buko at iba pang pagkain, at ...

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IN THE MEDIA

TWSC LECTURE: Assessing the Status of Indigenous Peoples' Rights under…

Published on Feb 3, 2016 by the Third World Studies Center (TWSC), UP Diliman Ginanap ang unang fo...

TWSC LECTURE: Local Knowledges and Sense-Making of Natural Disasters

Published on Nov 3, 2014 by the Third World Studies Center (TWSC), UP Diliman "A Tradition of Resil...

TEDxDiliman: Life, learning and the Filipino martial arts | Felipe…

Published on Nov 11, 2014 This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the ...

NTG: Dr. Nestor Castro explains Filipino practices and traditions related…

Dr. Nestor Castro explains Filipino practices and traditions related to Undas   NTG: Halloween a...

Beyer Museum Talks

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May 18, 2016  4pm - Click to Read Details

Announcements

CONTRIBUTIONS IN PHILIPPINE ANTHROPOLOGY

“REVISITING FIELDWORK: ON BECOMING A FEMINIST ETHNOGRAPHER”
Carolyn I. Sobritchea,PhD Professor and Former Dean, Asian Center, UP Diliman


WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BE A FILIPINO WOMAN ANTHROPOLOGIST?

As a student of anthropology in the late sixties and early seventies, I learned that fieldwork was the most important qualification for becoming a genuine anthropologist.. READ MORE >>