Monday, November 1, 2021

PIQC Session: Reclaiming Our Place: Reanalyzing Toponymy and Philippine History

Convened by the University of the Philippines Los Baños Department of Social Sciences
15-16 November 2021

The session focuses on Philippine geographic names as symbols of claiming and reclaiming voices and viewpoints.

To accommodate the increasing public demand, an additional 1000 slots are made available starting at 5:00 PM today, 18 October 2021. All 13 Sessions of the Philippine International Quincentennial Conference can now accommodate 2000-attendees each! Register now here!

PIQC is a collaborative project of the National Quincentennial Committee and 15 other agencies, universities, and professional national historical societies. Around 100 Filipino and foreign scholars, diplomats, officials, artists, and scientists will deliver lectures encapsulating the theme “Situating the Filipino and the Philippines in 1521.” Learn more about the conference here: 👇
🎞 Conference Schedule and Briefer []
🤟 Our Partner Institutions []
For queries, please contact:
Philippine International Quincentennial Conference Secretariat
c/o National Quincentennial Committee Secretariat
2nd Floor, National Historical Commission of the Philippines Bldg., T.M. Kalaw St., Ermita, Manila | (+63) (02) 5335-1200 loc. 145

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