An Invitation: 22nd Annual Manila Studies Conference, UST, August 27-29, 2013

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Department of History, University of Santo Tomas, España, Sampaloc, Manila

August 27-29, 2013, Thomas Aquinas Research Complex (TARC) Auditorium


Andres Bonifacio and the Katipunan Revolution in Manila; In Commemoration of the Bonifacio Sesquicentennial

Gil G. Gotiangco, Jr., II, University of the Philippines Diliman

Linking the Philippines and the World:  Archaeology and Prehistory of the Philippine Islands

Mary Jane Louise A. Bolunia, National Museum of the Philippines

 In Search of a Pottery Chronology in Prehistoric Philippines: A Discussion of Issues and Current Practices in the Analysis of Prehistoric Earthenware Assemblages in the Country     

Eliza Romualdez-Valtos, Kapisanan ng Archaeologists ng Pilipinas, Inc.

Reading the Foundation Dates of Spanish-Era Parishes in a Different Key

Paul A. Dumol, University of Asia and the Pacific

Christianity by the Lake: The First Missions around the Bai Region, 1578-1628

Grace Liza Concepcion,  University of Asia and the Pacific

Taking Christianity into Northern Luzon: The Expeditions of 1591

John N. Crossley, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

 Representing Filipino Women in Early Spanish Colonial Philippines

Marya Svetlana Camacho, University of Asia and the Pacific

The Scenes of the Life of Christ in the Rosario daiichi of 1623: the Earliest Known Philippine Estampitas

Regalado Trota Jose, Archives of the University of Santo Tomas

Institutional Action against Chinese Traders in Spanish Philippines

Tina S. Clemente, University of the Philippines-Diliman

 Tiples:  Soldiers’ Orphaned Sons in Manila’s Cathedral and Royal Chapel

Romeo B. Galang, Jr., Far Eastern University

Replanning Post-British Occupied Manila

Lorelei D.C. De Viana, Far Eastern University

Reviving a Vanishing Tidal Stream:  Estero de Paco Experience

Arlen A. Ancheta, University of Santo Tomas

A Prolonged Death: Intramuros during the American Colonial Period, 1898–1941

Michael D. Pante, Ateneo de Manila University

Decadent Desire and Darkness: Mapping Gay Manila in Ishmael Bernal’s “City After Dark”

Ferdinand M. Lopez, University of Santo Tomas

American Influences on Philippine Cinema

Nick Deocampo, Film Maker and Author


For More Information Visit or Contact:
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Tel: (02) 921-4575 Telefax: (02) 926-1347


~ by Martin Gaerlan on June 17, 2013.

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