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Humanities Diliman Vol. 19 No. 1 (Jan-June 2022)

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We are pleased to announce the publication of Humanities Diliman Vol. 19 No. 1 (Jan-June 2022). This issue features the following articles: “Locating the Asog: A Historical Account of Philippine Gay Identity in the Spanish Colonial Period” by Francis Luis M. Torres; “Contextualizing Duterte’s Rhetoric: The Rhetorical Situation of President Rodrigo Duterte’s Public Addresses on the Philippine’s Federal Shift” by Charles Erize P. Ladia; “The 1943 Bengal Famine and the Re-Enactment of Memory: A Study of Ashani Sanket (Distant Thunder, 1973) and Akaler Sandhane (In Search of a Famine, 1980)” by Jigisha Bhattacharya; and “A Critique of the Theme Park Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar Based on Some Principles of Heritage Conservation and Contending Perspectives” by Hannah Grace R. Lopez, Generoso B. Pamittan, Jr., and Feorillo A. Demeterio III.

It includes a monograph by Leslie Anne L. Liwanag and Michael Charleston “Xiao” B. Chua titled “Ang Paghiraya sa Bansa ni Don Belong: Pagsusuri ng mga Akda ni Isabelo de los Reyes sa Kanyang Yugto ng Transisyon (1897–1912).” Reviews by Arwin Q. Tan (on Mary Talusan’s Instruments of Empire) Ramon Guillermo (on Rommel Curaming’s Power and Knowledge in Southeast Asia) complete the issue.

Humanities Diliman is a Scopus-indexed, peer-reviewed, open-access journal published semi-annually by the UP Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Development. The issue may be accessed here: https://journals.upd.edu.ph/index.php/humanitiesdiliman/issue/view/878.

Call for Participants for the Design and Development of a Mental Health Mobile Application

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Call for Submission of ELC Applications, First Semester A.Y. 2022-2023

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The OVCRD, through the Office of Extension Coordination, is now accepting applications for Extension Load Credit (ELC) for the First Semester AY 2022-2023.

An online application form for ELC using the Google Form: https://bit.ly/ELC_f0rm2021 is provided that can be filled up within a few minutes. All submissions must be done electronically. This will hopefully discourage physical consultations and hardcopy submissions.

To download a pdf copy of Annex A, please click here.

To download a pdf copy of the General Guidelines for ELC Application, please click here.

To download a pdf copy of the ELC Form 2 (Report), please click here.

 

[Announcement] Call for Nominations – Search for the College of Engineering Deanship

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Memorandum No. GAC 22-019 Call for Proposals to the UPD Extension Grant 2022

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To download a pdf copy of the Extension Grant Guidelines, please click here.

To download a pdf copy of the Extension Grant Application Form, please click here.

Virtual Launch of Kaway-Kawayan: Bamboo Musical Instruments Teaching Modules Volume 1

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In celebration of the rich bamboo music heritage of the Philippines and its upcoming Independence Day commemoration, the UP Center for Ethnomusicology presents Kaway-Kawayan Para Sa Kalayaan: Virtual Launch of Bamboo Musical Instruments Teaching Modules Volume 1 on the 10th of June 2022, at 3:00 PM.

A collection of music lessons on bamboo music integrating the content and performance standards of the Philippine K to 12 music curriculum of 2013, the module sets are one of the publications produced from the DOST-FPRDI’s Bamboo Music Instruments Innovation Research and Development Program.

The launch aims to highlight the process of creating the 15 modules for elementary and high school levels, from ethnographic activities in eight selected bamboo music field sites, to the writing of the modules by music educators from the Philippine Society for Music Education (PSME).

The online event will also feature bamboo music performances by DOST-FPRDI Himig Agham Kawayan, UP College of Music Staff Shakers, DMMMSU-Kawayan Iti Amianan, Sining Tanglawan ng San Jose del Monte Performing Group, and Mr. Paul Jason Santiago.

written by Starr Abelardo

Department of Science and Technology
DOST – Philippine Council for Industry, Energy, and Emerging Technology Research and Development (DOST-PCIEERD)
DOST – Forest Products Research and Development Institute (DOST-FPRDI)

in cooperation with
Philippine Normal University
University of the Philippines
Philippine Society for Music Education
University of the Philippines Center for Ethnomusicology

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OVCRD Memorandum No. GAC 22-016: [DOST] EURAXESS ASEAN – Developing Effective Mentoring Schemes for Researchers

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UP Primer for Online Conference

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The UP Primer for Online Conference is a response to the challenge of adopting virtual modes of collaboration in research and creative work. It aims to provide relevant information and best practices for both academic and professional societies planning to organize an online conference. It is hoped that the primer could serve as a catalyst paving the way for more conferences that are accessible and affordable, especially for novice researchers and artists.

The UP Primer for Online Conference is a joint extension project of the following UP Diliman offices: Office of the Chancellor, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Development, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Interactive Learning Center Diliman, and Office of International Linkages Diliman.

To download a pdf copy, please click UP Primer for Online Conference.

JFM Arts & Culture Grant Open Call for 2022

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The Japan Foundation, Manila Arts & Culture Grant Releases Open Call for 2022

The Japan Foundation, Manila is opening its call for proposals for the JFM Arts & Culture Grant for 2022. Across the areas of film, Japanese studies, literature, music, performing arts, and visual arts, the JFMAC Grant is looking to fund imaginative cultural initiatives that reinforce the solidarity between Japan and the Philippines.

Last year’s 20 grant recipients have successfully implemented programs that bridged the two cultures through different forms. These included diverse projects such as butoh dance workshops by Kapwa-Movement Project, A physical theater-film collaboration project entitled Wor(L)d of My Bodies by Black Canvas, intellectual exchange forums such as Salikhain Kolektib’s Resilience in Context forum, and virtual artist studio visits organized by Load Na Dito, to name a few.

Though most of last year’s programs have been held virtually, this year’s grant is now open to both on-line, on-site, or even projects on hybrid platforms. Now that many restrictions are lifted and more face-to-face interactions are happening, the JFMAC Grant is looking forward to supporting programs with in-person participation.

Successful applicants of the grant are provided with funding, research scholarships, and other forms of support that bring Japanese culture and expertise into their prospective projects. Grantees can avail of the JFMAC Grant’s PHP 50,000.00 support, with possible adjustments based on the proposal that can reach to PHP 150,000.00. This may cover for honorarium, promotion, and other related costs.

For interested applicants who want to know more about the grant, there will be an on-line orientation on 18 May 2022, Wednesday at 3:00PM via zoom. Here, potential grantees may learn about application procedures, Japanese participation requirements, financial obligations, and other pertinent information to help them achieve successful application. Interested participants may register for the orientation via the following link: http://tinyurl.com/JFMAC2022.

Completed applications are due on 1 June 2022 at 11:59 PM. To start, we encourage applicants to read the full details and application guidelines on The Japan Foundation, Manila’s official website: https://jfmo.org.ph/grants/. Applicants can also reach us via email, grants@jfmo.org.ph, for other queries and clarifications.

Learn more about JFMAC Grant

Download Application Form

Register for Grant Orientation

 

 

[Deadline Extended] APRU Carbon Neutral Society – Action Month Invites Early Career Researchers To Engage

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Nomination Deadline Extended to April 25th, 2022

The “Carbon Neutral Society – Action Month” webinar series will highlight a range of research initiatives undertaken by APRU Universities with the common goal of preserving the global environment and achieving a sustainable society. It will focus on the “realization of a decarbonized society” as a means of combating climate change and establishing a sustainable society. By bringing a diverse group of experts and researchers from various research fields, this event aims to facilitate idea exchanges, potential cross-disciplinary collaborations, and solution development.

Registration & Deadline (Asia time)

  • April 20th– Deadline for nominating three ECRs from your university here.
  • April 25th– Deadline for ECR registration (Kyushu University will contact the nominees directly to inform them of the formal registration.)
  • May 15th– Deadline for poster abstract and poster submissions

Register here before May 9th.

For more information, please visit https://www.apru.org/event/apru-carbon-neutral-society-action-month/.

For inquiries, email the International Affairs Department of Kyushu University at intlsenryaku@jimu.kyushu-u.ac.jp.

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