On November 22 (Saturday), if you are a student of history, anthropology, archaeology, or ancient oriental ceramics found in shipwrecks, burial sites, or heirlooms in the Philipines, you might want to come to the talk @AyalaMuseum. You can learn a lot about Yuan blue and white ceramics and use it for dating archaeological sites in the Philippines. This lecture is open to the public. Entrance fee gives you the opportunity to attend the lecture and view the magnificent Villanueva ceramic collection. Important resource speakers such as Rita Tan will definitely be there and you will have rare access to important resource people regarding the topic. Ph200 for students with University I.D..
Greetings from Global Development Network!
We are pleased to announce the Call for Proposals for GDN's new global research project initiative "Doing Research". The project in this phase will support 6 to 7 country case studies, from developing countries around the world, which seek to conduct in-depth analysis of the research environment in economic and social science disciplines in developing countries. The project is supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Government of France and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.