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Forum No. 1 (Series 2001) - Talakayan Ukol sa Pantayong Pananaw

October 31, 2001 

Fr. Jose Rhommel B. Hernandez, O.P.

Ph.D. candidate, UP History


Forum No. 2 – Power, Discourse and the Continuing Search for a Philippine Nationalist Historiography

September 14, 2002

Francis A. Gealogo, Ph.D.

Ateneo de Manila University


Forum No. 3 – The Inside (True) Story of the Tadhana Project

October 5, 2002

Samuel K. Tan, Ph.D.

Former Chairman and Executive Director, National Historical Institute


Forum No. 4 – Labor in a Time of Revolution: Poblete’s Obreros and the Road  to Baguio, 1899-1908

October 19, 2002

Greg Bankoff, Ph.D.

University of Auckland, New Zealand and Wageningen University, Netherlands


Forum No. 5 (Series 2003) – Ukay-ukay: Negotiating Business and Identity Trends through Second-hand Clothing in the Philippine Cordilleras

August 6, 2003

B. Lynne Milgram, Ph.D.

Anthropologist, York University, Ontario College of Art and Design


Forum No. 6 – Is the Suffragist an American Colonial Construct? Defining ‘The Filipino Woman in Colonial Philippines

August 30, 2003

Mina Roces, Ph.D.  

University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia


Forum No. 7 –  The Balangiga Conflict: Causes, Impact, and Meaning

                           The Balangiga Bells

September 24, 2003

Rolando O. Borrinaga, Ph.D.

School of Health Sciences, UP Manila, Palo Leyte


Bob Couttie  

Balangiga Research Group


Forum No. 8 – Subversive Identities: Cell Phones and Sex-Texts

October 11, 2003

Raul Pertierra, Ph.D.  

Ateneo de Manila University and UP Diliman


Forum No. 9  Japanese Settlements in the Cordillera

October 25, 2003

Patricia O. Afable, Ph.D.

Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.


Forum No. 10 (Series 2004) –  The Tasaday Meet the 21st Century

February 29, 2004

John Nance

author of books on the Tasaday and Chair of Friends of Tasaday, Inc.


Forum No. 11 – Castillian, or the Colonial Uncanny: Translation and the Vernacular Theater

November 10, 2004

Vicente L. Rafael, Ph.D.

University of Washington, Seattle, Washington State, USA


Forum No. 12 – Becoming Spanish Subjects: Chinese Society in the Spanish Philippines, 1750-1820

November 15, 2004

Nariko Sugaya

Ehime University, Matsuyama-shi, Japan


Forum No. 13  The Role of the Black Legend in the US Occupation Activities of The Philippine Islands

November 27, 2004

William Summers, Ph.D.

Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, USA


Forum No. 14 (Series 2005) – Mindanao: A Perspective on Youth, Inter-Ethnic Dialogue, and Conflict Resolution in the Southern Philippines

August 5, 2005

Susan D. Russell, Ph.D.

Northern Illinois University and Philippine Studies Group (PSG), Association for Asian Studies (AAS), USA


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