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Communicating the message of the marginalized: Media’s coverage of the Bangsamoro peace process in Southern Philippines

Monday, February 1 5:30 to 7:00 pm Room 120, CK Choi Building, UBC Institute of Asian Research 1855 West Mall, Vancouver 2015 McLuhan Fellow, Joseph Morong, is a senior reporter of GMA Network. A journalist for over fifteen years, he was awarded this fellowship for his excellent reportage of the issues surrounding the peace process … Continue reading

“Methods and Messiness” by Dr Martin Manalansan
Lectures/Workshops

“Methods and Messiness” by Dr Martin Manalansan

How do we make sense of the messiness in the methods we use to carry out our research? The workshop will be led by Dr. Martin Manalansan. It will focus on the methods and methodology of conducting transnational research anchored in the everyday experiences and struggles of racialized im/migrants. With Dr. Manalansan’s long-standing and rich … Continue reading

Photos: “What Is The Role of the Sexual in Diaspora?”
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Photos: “What Is The Role of the Sexual in Diaspora?”

PANEL: “The Ruse of Visibility: Queer Filipinos/as and the Canadian Multicultural State” – Dr. Robert Diaz, Assistant Professor of English Ontario College of Art and Design University “Queering Filipino-Canadian studies: an auto-critique and research agenda” – Dr. John Paul Catungal, SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow and Killam Honourary Fellow Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice and Department of … Continue reading

WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE SEXUAL IN DIASPORA? Featuring Dr. Robert Diaz, Assistant Professor of English Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCAD)
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WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE SEXUAL IN DIASPORA? Featuring Dr. Robert Diaz, Assistant Professor of English Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCAD)

A lecture by Dr. Robert Diaz and paper presentations from emerging scholars and community members around the central question of ‘What is the role of the sexual in diaspora?’ with a particular focus on the Filipino diaspora in Canada and on the themes of migration, colonialism, empire building, race, gender and sexuality. Continue reading