March 12-13: Philippine-Canadian Crosscurrents Third Installment with Professor Kale Bantigue Fajardo
Lectures/Workshops

March 12-13: Philippine-Canadian Crosscurrents Third Installment with Professor Kale Bantigue Fajardo

As part of the 2013 UBC Philippine Studies Series: “Philippine-Canadian Crosscurrents Series” at the UBC Green College, you are invited to join in two upcoming events at the University of British Columbia with Professor Kale Bantigue Fajardo. Professor Fajardo is an Associate Professor of American Studies and Asian American Studies at the University of Minnesota, Twin … Continue reading

Reading Sessions

Aug 24 Reading Session: Martin F. Manalansan’s Global Divas

UBC Philippine Studies Series Reading Session Friday, August 24, 2012 1-3:00 pm (Free coffee. Bring snacks to share) at Room 121, UBC Liu Institute for Global Issues Assigned Reading: Chapters 1, 4 and 6 of Global Divas: Filipino gay men in the diaspora by Martin F. Manalansan Session Moderator: Teilhard Paradela, PhD Student in History … Continue reading

Art Exhibits and Performances

Need to send gifts para sa inyong mina-Mahal? Dahil Mahal mabuhay dito sa Vancouver, inihahandog ng UBC Philippine Studies Series ang proyekto na libreng padala!

[Download the poster as a PDF] Update: the date of the Manila art show is now September 13. UBC Philippine Studies Series is launching an art exhibit called Mahal 3: Packing & Unpacking Balikbayan Box Flows. If you ship your gifts/padala through us, we’ll send it to the Philippines for free as part of our … Continue reading

Academic Papers

Entablado: the pedagogical value of setting Philippine oral traditions on stage

By Chaya Erika Go – 4th year anthropology undergraduate The word ‘entablado’ –which in Filipino means a stage, coming from the same Spanish word which means a raised wooden platform- rings in my memory ideas relating to a school recital or concert, where students dutifully perform a well-rehearsed programme for their eager parents in the … Continue reading