Lecture Presentation: Echoing Sonic Modernities – Migrant Manila Musicians across Asia – Pacific, 1869 – 1948
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Lecture Presentation: Echoing Sonic Modernities – Migrant Manila Musicians across Asia – Pacific, 1869 – 1948

Echoing Sonic Modernities: Migrant Manila Musicians across Asia-Pacific, 1869 -1948 By meLê yamomo, Assistant Professor (University of Amsterdam) Discussant: Dr. Alejandra Bronfman, Associate Professor (University of British Columbia) UBC Liu Institute – Third Floor Boardroom 6476 NW Marine Drive 21 August 2014 (Thursday) 13.00 – 14.30 Lunch will be served at 12.30 noon. RSVP recommended: … 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

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Photos and Video from Open Lecture: Exploitation and Resistance of Filipino Migrant Domestic Workers in Global Cities

Photos from Open Lecture: Exploitation and Resistance of Filipino Migrant Domestic Workers in Global Cities Video of the Lecture by Dr. Ligaya McGovern Links Dr. Ligaya McGovern’s faculty page at the University of Indiana Canada-Philippines Solidarity for Human Rights’ website and Facebook page Continue reading

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May 7 Open Lecture: Exploitation and Resistance of Filipino Migrant Domestic Workers in Global Cities

[Download the poster as a PDF] The UBC Philippine Studies Series, the Liu Institute for Global Issues and the Canada-Philippines Solidarity for Human Rights present the open lecture “Globalizing Asian Women’s Reproductive Labor: Exploitation and Resistance of Filipino Migrant Domestic Workers in Global Cities” with Dr. Ligaya McGovern, Department of Sociology, Indiana University Monday May … Continue reading