Department of Art Studies professor Cecilia De La Paz publishes her most recent essay, “The Discourse of Disasters in Philippine Festivals: Culture, Local Governance and the Construction of Historical Memory.” The essay comes out in  The Consequences of Disasters: Demographic, Planning, and Policy Implications, an anthology edited by Helen James  and  Douglas Paton, published by Charles C. Thomas. […]

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  CAL profs Neil Garcia, Norma Respicio and Galileo Zafra have received the National Book Award for their publications in 2014. The Postcolonial Perverse Vol. 1, UP Press, by J. Neil Garcia (Literary Criticism/Literary History) Journey of a Thousand Shuttles, The Philippine Weave, National Commission for Culture and the Arts, by Norma Respicio (Art Category) Ambagan […]

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CAL faculty Oscar Tantoco Serquina, Jr., Patrick D. Flores, and Rina Angela Corpus publish new essays in Kritika Kultura, a refereed electronic journal, this year. The works “Fall of Grace: Nora Aunor as Cinema” and “Between Countries and Dreams” by Flores, “Emancipating the Writing Life” by Corpus, and “We Have Intimated Too Much of Ourselves […]

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The Philippine Humanities Review, Special Edition, “CAL GE Lecture Series: Tatak UP” gathers together the lectures delivered during the UP Diliman College of Arts and Letters (UPD CAL) lecture series on general education (GE). The lecture series sought to examine the evolution and framework of the University’s GE program and to lay the groundwork for […]

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Writings of Department of Art Studies professors Patrick D. Flores and Clod Marlan Krister Yambao are featured in the February 2015 issue of Kritika Kultura, an internationally refereed journal. Flores’ essay, “The Zobel Nexus,” examines the role of Fernando Zobel in shaping the discourses of  culture and art history in the Philippines as an artist, […]

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