WHY ISN’T the subject of Philippine Studies not conducted in Filipino, the national language?
ANCER invites collectives working across the creative fields in Southeast Asia to submit proposals for its research camp in Singapore this November 2016.
The journal envisions to provide a space for critical discussion and creative dialoguing among scholars, practitioners, and culture bearers in the fields of Philippine Arts, Heritage, History, Culture, and Education.
a. Local History Writing Seminar Qualification of the Proponent: 1. Non-governmental organizations; 2. Public/ private universities/colleges; 3. Local government units Requirements for submission: 1. Seminar Module; 2. Program of activities with date and venue of implementation; 3. Curricula vitae of speakers; 4. Profile of target participants; 5. Expected output of activity; 6. Detailed line-item budget. continue reading
view all announcements MISO 05.27.2015 The Philippine National Volunteer Service Coordinating Agency (PNVSCA), once again takes the lead in recognizing champions of volunteerism as it launches the 2015 Search for Outstanding Volunteers (SOV). The yearly search aims to give recognition to the continue reading
Back to Article List BASILIO ESTEBAN S. VILLARUZ As a process of retrieving information on the ways of dancing, dance research occupies a limited sector in Philippine scholarship. By the ephemeral nature of dance, this scholarship is still to be fully oriented to understand and cope with the art and its practice. More developed continue reading
The National Committee on Historical Research (NCHR), under the Subcommission on Cultural Heritage (SCH), is one of the 19 national committees under the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the cultural arm of the government. It is composed of representatives from the National Historical Institute, national historical associations and local historical societies, universities continue reading
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Back to article list A Multi-level Event in Search of the Filipino June 21, 2004 The Heritage Academies of Phil. Inc. (HAPI) presents a multi-level event to probe into the Filipino psyche. The project consists of arts exhibitions, rituals, film showings and round-table discussions-cum-workshops lined-up in support of an international conference titled “Pagkataong Pilipino-Looking for continue reading
view all press releases 01.22.2015 To give due recognition to gender-fair practices in Movie, Print and Broadcast Media, the Gender Equality Committee (GEC) has launched a nationwide search for recipients of GAD Transformation and Institutionalization through Mainstreaming of Programs, Agenda Linkages and Advocacies (GADtimpala) Awards. The GADtimpala Awards is an incentive awards system that recognizes continue reading
The National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage (NRICH) of Korea announces the inauguration of the “2017 Asia Cooperation Program on Conservation Science”.
The Young Historian’s Prize aims to recognize outstanding works by young Filipino historians who are 21-40 years of age.