Book Launch “Plural Entanglements: Philippine Studies”
|Date(s)||Thursday, 20 July 2023, 4:00-5:30 pm|
Zoom Webinar (Register here)
|Language||English (English-Japanese simultaneous translation available)|
The field of Area Studies has always been a contentious field. Heated debates on its colonial origins, the positionality of its scholars, and its directions, occasionally arise. In this online launch of “Plural Entanglements: Philippine Studies,” anthropologist Dr. Dada DOCOT will talk about some of these enduring debates and the ethic of scholarly generosity, plurality, and diversity that frames the new edited collection published by Ateneo de Manila University Press. Dr. Grace BARRETTO-TESORO will also introduce their path-breaking chapter featured in the book that uses Indigenous perspectives in rebuilding a chronology that potentially advances a decolonial approach in the study of Asia.
Dada DOCOT（Postdoctoral Fellow, Tokyo College, The University of Tokyo）
Grace BARRETTO-TESORO (Director, School of Archaeology, University of the Philippines)
SATO Jin (Professor, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, The University of Tokyo)
HANEDA Masashi（Director, Tokyo College, The University of Tokyo）
Dada DOCOT (Postdoctoral Fellow, Tokyo College, The University of Tokyo) is a Bicolano anthropologist of the hometown and the Filipino diaspora. She received her PhD in Anthropology from the University of British Columbia (2018) where she co-founded the UBC Philippine Studies Series.
Grace BARRETTO-TESORO (Director, School of Archaeology, University of the Philippines) currently serves as the director of the Archaeological Studies Program, University of the Philippines. She received her PhD in Archaeology at the University of Cambridge in 2007.
|Organized by||Tokyo College, The University of Tokyo|