LIVE | PIQC | Session 12: Documentation of Early Filipinos | Panel A and B
This Session revisits our Pre-Colonial Ancestors through the use of multi and interdisciplinary methodologies in unearthing and reliving the lives and conditions of Ancient Filipinos.
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Watch Panel A: Documentation of Early Filipinos
Early Filipino Ancestors, we have we have Dr. Victor Paz of the University of the Philippines Diliman Archeological Studies Program give us an overview of how to imagine our ancestors using Archeology, followed by Prof. Nicholas Michael Sy of the UP Diliman Department of History with his analysis of belief systems in Luzon using demographic sources during the 17th Century, and Prof Analyn Muñoz of the University of the Philippines Baguio Department of History and Philosophy with her work on the Peoples of the Ilog Pasig and their relationship with the historic waterway. Dr. Randy Madrid, President of ADHIKA ng Pilipinas, Inc., and Director of the Center for West Visayan Studies of UP Visayas will moderate this panel.
Watch Panel B: Focus on Luzon
Focus on Luzon, we have multi-awarded playwright and independent scholar Floy Quintos who will discuss his findings of the Anito in Pre-colonial Sculptures, Prof. Joel Mallari of Holy Angel University with his recounting of the Kapampangan pre-colonial experience through language, Prof. Jeffrey James Ligero of the University of the Philippines Los Baños with his discussion of the Lantak or the early pre-colonial forms of firemaking, and Dr. Ma. Mercedes Planta of the University of the Philippines Diliman on Pre-Colonial Medicine and Associated Folk Practices. Mr. Christian Joseph Bonpua of the Jesuit House Museum of Cebu will moderate the panel.
Session 12 is convened by the ADHIKA ng Pilipinas, Inc. and the National Historical Commission of the Philippines.
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