Everyone is invited to (RE)PRODUCING THE SELF: Body, Text, Memory and Technology on Monday, September 25, 2017, from 1:30- 4:30pm, at Palma Hall Pavilion 1, room 1131. The event is part of BAHAGINAN,  a series of research fora organised by the College of Arts and Letters.   “Writing to Live, Living to Write: The Self in Philippine Martial […]

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  As contemporary performance aesthetics focus more and more towards the (re)presentation of the performance process as crucial part, if not, as central to the totality of the performance experience – from Brecht to Boal, to Bourriard to Ranciere – Con.Currents attempts at interrogating as well as capturing the flow and transformation of ideas, bodies […]

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  Philippines Humanities Review, journal of the College of Arts and Letters, publishes its latest issue. Political Candidates’ Credibility and the Filipino Youth’s Voting Behaviors: Gauging the Influences of Ethos in the 2016 Philippine National Elections Jose Carlo Garcia de Pano Anyo at Diyalektika: Tungkol sa Future Fiction U.Z. Eliserio Si Mabait at ang mga […]

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