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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The UP Diliman College of Arts and Letters (CAL) commemorates the first anniversary of the Faculty Center Fire (April 1, 2016), this first week of April (CAL WEEK). The Department of Art Studies contributes to CAL Week through an exhibit that explores the narratives of loss and responses to the FC fire, in the context […]

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  Everyone is invited to attend a research forum organized by the College of Arts and Letters on April 7, 2017. The lectures will be given by scholars Nerissa Balce and Ferdinand Lopez. Nerissa Balce is a cultural studies scholar based in Long Island, New York. She is an associate professor of Asian and Asian […]

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