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April 25 - May 01
  • 25
    April 25, 2021
    No events
  • 26
    April 26, 2021

    Transitioning to Online Teaching and Learning in HPEd

    1:30 PM-3:30 PM
    April 26, 2021

    You are invited to attend the Monthly Seminar via Zoom meeting
    When: April 26, 2021 01:30 PM
    Register in advance for this meeting:
    https://bit.ly/2QClZRu
    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

    Source: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1008936862503505/permalink/4108442795886214/

  • 27
    April 27, 2021

    Scripts in Asia: c. 1500–2000

    All day
    April 27, 2021

     

    The Asian Center, University of the Philippines Diliman will be holding an International Conference via Zoom, “Scripts in Asia: c. 1500–2000,” from 27–28 April 2021. The conference is free and open to the public, but Zoom account sign-in required.

    SIGN UP via CONFERENCE PAGE

    TWO KEYNOTE LECTURES

    • The Many Paths from Sound to Sign in Island Southeast Asia

    Campbell Macknight
    Honorary Professor, College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University

    • Jawi: Script, Language, People, Religion

    Mulaika Hijjas, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London

    EIGHT PANELS, TWENTY FOUR PAPERS

    • Scripts as Art
    • Scripts, Conversion and Islamic Education
    • Jawi: History and Collection
    • Scripts and Cross-Cultural Contact
    • Scripts, State and Society
    • Scripts and Technology
    • Scripts: Revival and Continuity
    • Scripts and Christian Missionaries

    HOW TO SIGN-UP

    To view abstracts, speaker profiles, schedules, and Zoom registration details, please visit the conference page. For inquiries, kindly email [email protected]

    Organized by the UP Asian Center, this conference intends to explore the impact of European presence in the various writing traditions of Asia. In what ways were certain languages and especially scripts privileged by colonial states? How is the transition from one writing script to the other reflected in the sources? How do postcolonial societies across Asia view or instrumentalize their varied epigraphical, textual, and codicological traditions?

  • 28
    April 28, 2021

    Scripts in Asia: c. 1500–2000

    All day
    April 28, 2021

     

    The Asian Center, University of the Philippines Diliman will be holding an International Conference via Zoom, “Scripts in Asia: c. 1500–2000,” from 27–28 April 2021. The conference is free and open to the public, but Zoom account sign-in required.

    SIGN UP via CONFERENCE PAGE

    TWO KEYNOTE LECTURES

    • The Many Paths from Sound to Sign in Island Southeast Asia

    Campbell Macknight
    Honorary Professor, College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University

    • Jawi: Script, Language, People, Religion

    Mulaika Hijjas, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London

    EIGHT PANELS, TWENTY FOUR PAPERS

    • Scripts as Art
    • Scripts, Conversion and Islamic Education
    • Jawi: History and Collection
    • Scripts and Cross-Cultural Contact
    • Scripts, State and Society
    • Scripts and Technology
    • Scripts: Revival and Continuity
    • Scripts and Christian Missionaries

    HOW TO SIGN-UP

    To view abstracts, speaker profiles, schedules, and Zoom registration details, please visit the conference page. For inquiries, kindly email [email protected]

    Organized by the UP Asian Center, this conference intends to explore the impact of European presence in the various writing traditions of Asia. In what ways were certain languages and especially scripts privileged by colonial states? How is the transition from one writing script to the other reflected in the sources? How do postcolonial societies across Asia view or instrumentalize their varied epigraphical, textual, and codicological traditions?

    Transforming Southeast Asian Education, Science and Culture in the Digital Age

    10:00 AM-6:30 PM
    April 28, 2021-April 29, 2021
    The SEAMEO Congress 2021 for Education, Science, and Culture in Southeast Asia, hosted by Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) together with the Ministry of Education of Thailand brings together diverse education actors and stakeholders representing the governments of SEAMEO Member Countries as well as public and private educational institutions and agencies. The SEAMEO Congress 2021 serves as a platform for the policymakers, teachers, researchers, and educators to exchange effective policy, fruitful teaching experience, and share new learning paradigms and practices in the digital age.
    Free registration for 9,500 participants only!
    For registration please visit http://congress2021.seameo.org

     

    Binalot Talks “Evidence of long-distance cultural contacts recovered from southern Thailand and Myanmar (late centuries BCE and early centuries CE)”

    1:00 PM-3:00 PM
    April 28, 2021

    28 April, Wed, 1 pm Zoom Meeting

    “Evidence of long-distance cultural contacts recovered from southern Thailand and Myanmar (late centuries BCE and early centuries CE)”

    with  Aude Favereau

    Zoom Meeting:  https://up-edu.zoom.us/j/85446368104
    Meeting ID: 854 4636 8104
    Passcode:  BinalotAPR

    Binalot Talks Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/88989117105/

    Susumaton

    2:30 PM-4:30 PM
    April 28, 2021

     

    The UP Visayas Tacloban College (UPVTC) celebrates Literature Month 2021 with the theme “Quinientos Katuig nga Pagsurat han Filipino nga Kalibutan.”

    The month-long celebration coincides with the quincentenary of the first circumnavigation of the world. Included in the schedule of events are literary discourses, a dramatic performance, and a storytelling session.

    Tsika-LIT, the first feature, is a continuation of the literary conversations started as part of UP Tacloban’s celebration of National Arts Month (February). The Tsika-LIT episode for Literature Month will feature students from the BA Communication Arts (BACA) program discussing selected poems. It will be broadcasted via Bátì UP Tacloban, the college’s community internet radio.

    Next is a conversation about the idea of “history as literature” with insights drawn from the MA thesis of Assistant Professor Efmer E. Agustin. This third “Mana-bana” episode of Bátì UP Tacloban, entitled “The Marvelous: History and Literature”, is part of the conversation series Kaagi, Kabilin, Kultura, one of Bátì’s essential programs.

    On the third week of April, the celebration will spotlight an experimental mediatized verbatim theatre performance. “XXX-sakto nga mga Pulong,” directed by Assistant Professor Popo T. Amascual engages with the elements of a theatrical form to expose stories of online harassment. This show will involve students’ talents taking the Theatre Arts strand of the BACA program.

    Rounding out the Literature Month celebration is “Susumaton,” a pre-recorded storytelling by the students of the Literature 170 (Waray Literature) class of Assistant Professor Jessa A. Amarille. The presentation illuminates the importance of oral narratives, including local myths, legends, and folk tales, which the students retrieved and documented themselves.

    The official social media account of the Division of Humanities will serve as the primary platform for this series of events. As we continue to navigate these trying times, celebrating the arts is certainly one way to keep us afloat.

    Article by PT Amascual.

    Layag sa Karagatan

    3:00 PM-5:00 PM
    April 28, 2021

    Layag sa Karagatan @ UP Diliman Arts and Culture Festival 2021

    KULTURA, AGHAM, AT KASAYSAYAN.

    28 April 2021, 3:00 pm

    Inihahandog ng UPD Opisina ng Tsanselor sa pamamagitan ng UPD OICA ang “Layag sa Karagatan: Kultura, Agham at Kasaysayan”. Pag-uusapan dito ang mga iba’t ibang daloy ng karanasan – ang mga naratibo ng karagatan at alon ng tubig na may epekto sa karanasang Pilipino; mga perspektiba sa materyal na kultura na naka-ugnay sa kaligiran ng karagatan; at ugnayan ng Pilipinas sa iba’t-ibang kultura sa mundo.

    LIBRE lang po ang magparehistro.

    Gaganapin ang conference via Zoom ngunit magkakaroon din ng live streaming sa UP Diliman OICA Facebook page. Upang makatanggap ng Zoom link, mag-register sa link na ito:
    tinyurl.com/LayagSaKaragatan

    Ang mga dadalo ay maaring makatanggap ng opisyal na sertipiko.

    Para sa karagdagang impormasyon, magpadala lamang ng mensahe sa UP Diliman OICA Facebook page.

    #UPDArtsCultureFestival2021
    #Engkwentro
    #PH500
    #NAM2021

  • 29
    April 29, 2021

    Challenges in documenting languages in multilingual contact settings

    10:00 AM-12:00 PM
    April 29, 2021

    The UP Department of Linguistics will be hosting a virtual roundtable discussion on the various approaches and challenges in documenting languages in multilingual contact settings across the Philippines.

    Joining us will be Asst. Prof. Bradley McDonnell of the Department of Linguistics at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UHM), Asst. Prof. Maria Kristina S. Gallego of the UP Department of Linguistics and the Australian National University (ANU), and Asst. Prof. Diane Manzano of the Department of Humanities, University of the Philippines Los Baños. This virtual event will be moderated by Assoc. Prof. Aldrin Lee and Instr. Vincent Christopher A. Santiago.

    The session will be livestreamed on the official Facebook page and YouTube channel of the Department. For more information, email us at [email protected].

    Source: https://upd.edu.ph/event/challenges-in-documenting-languages-in-multilingual-contact-settings/

    "Multilevel Crisis Governance: International and Philippines Responses and Prospects in the Midst of Pandemic Challenges"

    3:00 PM-4:30 PM
    April 29, 2021

    Join us in “Multilevel Crisis Governance: International and Philippines Responses and Prospects in the Midst of Pandemic Challenges,” the third installment of the “Philippine Public Policy in a Time of Pandemic: Confronting the COVID-19 Challenge” series, happening on April 29, 2021 (Thursday), 3:00 to 4:30 PM (PH), via Zoom and Facebook Live.

    This webinar will look at the impact and challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic at different levels of governance (international, regional, national, and local) and the prospects for policy and research on governance in times of crisis.

    📋 Pre-register (Zoom) via bit.ly/COVID-19Forum-3
    ✉️ Email [email protected] for inquiries and for more information

    (This webinar is brought to you by the Governance Cluster, composed of the UP CIDS Program on Social and Political Change, the UP CIDS Program on Data Science for Public Policy, and the UP CIDS Strategic Studies Program.)

    Source: UP CIDS Fb page

  • 30
    April 30, 2021

    Alumni Spotlight

    8:00 AM-10:00 AM
    April 30, 2021

    Features UPV Alumni’s achievements, personal journeys, or present standing in the community. It aims to inspire members of the UPV community in their own journeys in life, and at the same time to illustrate how graduates of the university have and continue to be relevant and productive members of society. The final output will be posted on the official Facebook page of the Office of Alumni Relations for public circulation.

    Contact details for inquiries, email at: [email protected]

     

    Stop COVID Deaths Webinar #50 "Sa Bahay Na Lang: Home Care for Mild COVID-19"

    12:00 PM-2:00 PM
    April 30, 2021

    The University of the Philippines in partnership with
    UP Manila NIH National Telehealth Center and in cooperation with
    UP Philippine General Hospital

    would like to invite you to join the Fight Against COVID-19!

    Registration slots are limited to this SPECIAL EDITION of the STOP COVID DEATHS Webinar Series,
    so sign up NOW:
    bit.ly/StopCOVIDDeathsWebinar50

    Webinar #50
    “Sa Bahay Na Lang: Home Care for Mild COVID-19”
    April 30, 2021 (Friday) 12nn

    Presenters:
    Dr. Jonas Del Rosario
    Head, PGH COVID TeleGabay Program
    UP Philippine General Hospital

    Dr. Amiel Dela Cruz
    Department Chair and Coordinator
    The Medical City COVID Home Care Program

    Reactor:
    Dr. Paulynn Jean B. Rosell-Ubial
    Head, Philippine Red Cross Biomolecular Laboratories
    Former Secretary, Department of Health

    Opening Remarks:
    Dr. Carmencita D. Padilla
    Chancellor, University of the Philippines Manila

    Closing Remarks:
    Dr. Charlotte M. Chiong
    Dean, UP College of Medicine

    ———————————————————–

    Webinar #50
    April 30, 2021
    “Sa Bahay Na Lang: Home Care for Mild COVID-19”
    Special Topic

    New cases of COVID-19 are still at high levels. Many cases are mild and can be managed at home. What are the home management steps that family members need to know? What should be done when more than one member of the family has COVID-19? What should patients do to take care of themselves? What are the danger signals to watch out for – indicating that hospitalization might be needed?

    In this webinar, STOP COVID DEATHS Webinar focuses on home care for mild COVID-19 and how the Philippine General Hospital COVID TeleGabay Project and The Medical City COVID Home Care Program are reaching thousands of patients who prefer to stay home when they test positive for COVID-19, as presented by Dr. Jonas del Rosario of PGH and Dr. Amiel Dela Cruz of TMC. Reactor is Former Health Secretary Paulyn Jean Ubial, who will also share how other organizations are supporting families and health workers on the ground. Opening Remarks by UP Manila Chancellor, Dr. Carmencita D. Padilla and Closing Remarks by UP College of Medicine, Dr. Charlotte M. Chiong.

    Be a source of reliable information for friends, family and neighbors who have mild COVID-19 and can manage themselves at home. Join us this Friday, April 30th at 12 noon!

    Stay Safe. Stay Healthy. Stay Connected!
    Together we can STOP COVID DEATHS!

    "Huruhisgutay 4: Wildlife Conservation and Management"

    1:00 PM-3:00 PM
    April 30, 2021

    UP Tacloban’s Leyte Samar Heritage Center is inviting everyone to watch “Huruhisgutay 4: Wildlife Conservation and Management”, the fourth episode of the Hisgut Kalibungan series. Huruhisgutay 4 focuses on the challenges confronting wildlife conservation and management in Eastern Visayas and beyond.

    Ms. Lisa J. Paguntalan, Executive Director of the Philippines Biodiversity Conservation Foundation, Inc. (PBCFI), is the lead discussant. Prof. Richard B. Parilla from UP Tacloban’s Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Mrs. Ingelina Almaden Lantajo from DENR Eastern Visayas, and Ms. Racelle R. Rescordado from Guiuan Development Foundation, Inc.
    are the panel members.

    Huruhisgutay 4 airs on 30 April 2021 (1:00 PM) here at our Facebook Page and the project’s official webpage at https://tac.upv.edu.ph/hisgut-kalibungan

    For updates regarding Hisgut Kalibungan, like and follow the UPVTC Leyte Samar Heritage Center and UPV Tacloban College
    Facebook Pages and Twitter Account (@UPVTacloban) or visit the project’s official webpage at https://tac.upv.edu.ph/hisgut-kalibungan

    Source: UPVTC Leyte Samar Heritage Center Fb page

    "Pula"

    9:00 PM-11:00 PM
    April 30, 2021

     

    AGKAYKAYSA A LUMABAN!
    Gunitain ang buhay ng dakilang bayani ng Cordillera na si Macliing Dulag sa “Pula,” birtwal na produksyon ng Dulaang UP Baguio.
    Ito ay dulang adaptasyon nina Shem Peter Acal, Louella Artel Ramos, at Nicole Angela Eumag batay sa kwentong “Ang Pangat, ang Lupang Ninuno, at ang Ilog” ni Luchie Maranan.
    Itatanghal bilang bahagi ng selebrasyon ng Cordillera Day ngayong Biyernes, April 30, 9:00 ng gabi sa Facebook Page ng Dulaang UP Baguio.
    Panatilihin nating buhay ang kanyang mga kwento’t alaala.
    #DUPBPula #Pula2021
    Artwork ni Andrea G. Lucido, 2nd year, BFA in Visual Arts

    Mula sa taggapangulo ng Dulaang UP Baguio:

    Ides Josepina D. Macapanpan
    Fine Arts Instructor
    Department of Language, Literature and the Arts
    College of Arts and Communication
    University of the Philippines Baguio
  • 01
    May 1, 2021
    No events