Romancing The Culture: F. Landa Jocano and the Quest for Self-Definition

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This 2014, the UP Department of Anthropology celebrates the centennial of the first Anthropology course taught in the Philippines: Anthropology I (General Anthropology). In line with this, the Department is launching 'The History of Philippine Anthropology Lecture Series' under the H. Otley Beyer Museum Talks.

 

This Thursday, January 30, 2014, we commemorate and celebrate the life and works of Dr. F. Landa Jocano in a talk entitled:

About the Speaker:

Felipe Jocano, Jr. is Assistant Professor at the UP Department of Anthropology. A man who wears many hats, he is an ethnographer, arnis mentor, undergraduate coordinator, Anthropology Society adviser, doting husband to Juliet and a father to Philip. His research interests range widely, from the philosophy of anthropology and medical anthropology to the anthropologies of gender, media, food, bodies, folklore and martial arts.

Poster Design credits: Luisa Narciso