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The schedule for the 29th Annual Philippine Studies Forum in Japan to be held at Tsuru Bunka University on 22 and 23 June is now available.


*Pre-registration via Google Form on the above website would be appreciated.

Building No. 6 (Tsuru Humanities Center -THMC), Tsuru University
3-8-1 Tahara, Tsuru-shi, Yamanashi-ken 402-8555 JAPAN (5 minutes walk from the Fujikyu Railway “Tsurubunkadaigakumae Station”)

Style: in-person only

Participation Fee:
– Full-time employee: 3,000 yen
– Student, part-time employee: 2,000 yen

Contact Information: Steering Committee, the 29th Annual Philippine Studies Forum in Japan (APSFJ)

Time Schedule

* Abstracts and moderators of each session will be updated soon.

June 22(Sat)
9:15 Registration
9:55 Opening Explanation (Room 6201)

Session 1: English (Room 6201)
1) Solidifying Ethnicity, Asserting Land Rights and New Inequalities among the Bugkalot of Northern Luzon, Philippines
Shu-Yuan Yang (Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)

2) Challenges on Culture Preservation: The Case of Manobo in Adtuyon, Pangantucan, Bukidnon Sittie Juhanna M. Pandapatan, Christian Paolo Ongayo (Central Mindanao University)
3) Colonization of the body and the senses: Dictatorship and Welfare
山下惠理 Eri Yamashita (東京大学東洋文化研究所)
4) In the Palm of his Hand: Bangka and Fisherfolk Ally in Times of Coastal Precarity
中野一登 Kazuto Nakano (Yale-NUS大学人類学部)

Session 2: English, Filipino (Room 6202)
5) Rebolusyong Pangkultura sa mga Tula ng Kababaihan para sa Paglaya
Ciarra Flores (College of Social Work and Community Development, University of the Philippines Diliman)
6) The Court of Public Opinion: Assessing the Relationship Between Pseudo-Environments, Stereotypes and Public Support for Reintegration and Rehabilitation Policies for Women Ex-convicts in the Philippines
Tumala Hannah Gwyneth Jose (Ritsumeikan University)
7) ‘Dawat’: Filipino women’s context of acceptance in their moments of social rejection as a connection to Wabi Sabi
Wendell Glenn Cagape (Centro Escolar University)
8) The March 2023 UNCEDAW decision and reactions of the Philippine government
沖本直子 Naoko Okimoto (広島市立大学平和学研究科博士後期課程)

Session 3: English (Room 6303)
9) Hope, Uncertainty, and Aspirations: Future imaginaries and ambivalent identities of Filipino women migrants married to Japanese men
Alyssa Sare Manalo (Hiroshima University)
10) Implications of Local Integration Policies to the Return and Reintegration of Filipino Migrants from Japan to the Philippines
Anderson Villa (MSU-General Santos/University of Shizuoka)
11) Finding Foodways and Folkways: Exploring Food Discourse Within the Filipino Diaspora Community Culture in Japan
Christian Ezekiel Fajardo (International Christian University/ University of the Philippines Baguio)
12) Empathetic (Im)mobilities between Filipino Temporary Migrant Workers with the Filipino Community in Japan during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Romeo J. Toring Jr. (Hiroshima University)

Session 4: Filipino (Room 6201)
Panel: Kritikal na Pedagohiya sa Iba’t Ibang Disiplina sa Araling Pilipino
(1) Sa Pagitan ng Paglalarawan at Pagsasalarawan: Mga Interseksyon ng Araling Pampanitikan at Kulturang Bisuwal
Arbeen R. Acuña (Departamento ng Filipino at Panitikan ng Pilipinas, University of the Philippines Diliman)
(2) Pagsasalin sa Akademikong Teatro bilang Gawaing Pagtuturo
Vladimeir B. Gonzales (University of the Philippines Diliman)
(3) Neoklasikal na Ekonomiks sa Araling Kultural: Danas sa Philippine Studies 193
Joanne Manzano (University of the Philippines Diliman)
(4) Pagtuturo ng Accounting sa Konteksto ng Pilipinas Gamit ang Konsepto ng Sari-Sari Store
Remvert Bryan Placido (University of the Philippines Diliman)

Session 5: English, Japanese (Room 6202)
13) “Magkaibigan ang Indonesia at Pilipinas”: Philippine-Indonesian Affinities in Amado V. Hernandez’s Report on the 10th Anniversary Commemoration of the Bandung Conference
Amado Anthony G. Mendoza III (アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科 (ASAFAS), Kyoto University/ Departamento ng Filipino at Panitikan ng Pilipinas, University of the Philippines Diliman)
14) Historical Notes on American Colonial Education in the Moro Province from 1903 to 1913
Kim Rodan Vasquez Pocdol (Suarez National High School)
15) Revisiting Crown Prince Akihito’s 1962 Visit in Manila: A Footnote in Philippine-Japanese Diplomatic History
Kristoffer R. Esquejo (Department of History, University of the Philippines)
16) 史料紹介:日本人が撮影した100年前のフィリピン
青木澄夫 Sumio Aoki(元中部大学教授)

Session 6: English (Room 6303)
17) Historical Accounts of Sand and Gravel Quarrying at Naawan Misamis Oriental
Dinah Kendra A. Lumactad (Mindanao State University -Naawan)
18) Local Governance Initiatives, Practices, and Challenges for Poverty Alleviation Amidst Covid-19 Pandemic in The Province of Bukidnon, Philippines
Marjorie T.Sobradil (Central Mindanao University)
19) Intergovernmental Coordination in the Philippines: Assessment and Ways Forward
Michael A. Tumanut (University of the Philippines Diliman
20) Post-pandemic food discourses in the Philippines: Social entrepreneurs and the corporate food regime
Rafael Noel (Kyoto University)

Session 7: English, Filipino (Room 6201)
21) Community-Based Organizations: Role on Coastal Resource Management in the Sarangani Bay Area of outhern Mindanao, Philippines
Joy C. Calva (Mindanao State University, General Santos)
22) Participatory Coastal Resource Management: An analysis of power, issues, and challenges among various stakeholders of marine resources in Romblon, Philippines
Karen So (Ateneo De Manila University)
23) Climate Precarity and the Material Embodiment of Risk and Uncertainty in Coastal Capiz
Marvin Joseph F. Montefrio (Yale-NUS College)

Session 8: (15:30-18:00) English, Filipino (Room 6202)
24) Exploring Angono Identity through Literature
Alondra Gayle Torres Sulit (Polytechnic University of the Philippines)
25) Reading Sitio La Presa as a Barthesian Myth
Benjamin George P. Meamo III (University of the Philippines Baguio)
26) Laro sa Pahina at Mis en scene: Komparatibong Pagsusuri ng Adaptasyon ng mga Seryalisadong Nobela nina Efren Abueg at Edgardo Reyes
Deidre R. Morales (University of the Philippines Diliman)
27) Scenes from the underground: Revolutionary construction in four Filipino contemporary novels
Francezka Kwe (University of the Philippines)
28) Unraveling the Countermyths of HIV/AIDS Trope through the film Kalel,15
George Vincent Gamayo (Polytechnic University of the Philippines)

Session 9: English, Filipino (Room 6303)
29) IHc= HcR+HcG (Improved Healthcare Condition is equal to Healthcare Reforms and Healthcare Governance)
Anna Girlee V. Visayan (Central Mindanao University)
30) Localizing Memory: Authoritarian violence in Southeast Asian Documentary Cinema
Laurence Marvin S. Castillo (University of the Philippines Los Baños)
31) Maternal and Child Health in Three Indigenous Peoples’ Communities of Southern Mindanao, Philippines
Prescillano D. Campado and Andrea V. Campado (School of Graduate Studies, Mindanao State University – General Santos)

June 23(Sun)
Session 10: English (Room 6201)
32) Remembering violence, forgetting injustice: Digital postmemory of wartime Manila on YouTube
John Lee Candelaria (Hiroshima University)
33) The Challenges of History: Corroborating the differing perspectives of the Japanese Occupation of Northern Luzon, Philippines
Jose Mathew Luga (University of the Philippines Baguio/ International Christian University)
34) “Radio Taiso in the Philippines During World War II (1942-1944)”
Mark Pere Madrona (University of the Philippines Open University)
35) The 1943 Greater East Asia Conference Revisited
Motoe Terami-Wada

Session 11: English (Room 6202)
36) Testimonios de Conversión de los Infieles y la Integración de los Salvajes Aetas: (De)colonizing the Accounts of the Spanish Christian Religious Orders, 1600s – 1700s
Elisor C. Guieb, Jr. (Department of History, Polytechnic University of the Philippines)
37) Ilihan: Historicizing Natural/Traditional Fortress in the Pre-16th Century Philippines
Glarry Jun A. Vedra (Central Mindanao University)
38) Students’ Reflections on Balangiga and Bud Dajo Massacre Historical Narratives Never Taught in Philippine History: The Impact of the Department of Education Order No. 20, Series of 2014
Lorenzo S. Hipolito, Jr (Centro Escolar University)
39) The Persistence of a Colonial Ideology: The Lazy Native and the Nationalist Puritan Prescriptions
Veronica Alporha (University of Hawai’i at Manoa)

Session 12: English, Filipino (Room 6303)
40) Programang Fundamental Education ng UNESCO: Isang Pagtingin sa Kalagayan ng Edukasyon sa Pilipinas Matapos ang Ikalawang Digmaang Pandaigdig
Bella Q. Bardollas
41) Filipino Fables and Moral Education: A Conceptual Exploration
Bernardo N. Caslib, Jr. (University of the Philippines Manila/ Ateneo de Manila University)
42) Enhancing the Vowel Sounds Production of Students Through International Phonetic Alphabet Videos
Glebrose Giame M. Solde (Mindanao State University Naawan)
43) Observations and Insights in Writing an Ilokano Language Textbook in Japanese
RUIZ Frieda Joy Angelica Olay, YAMOTO Kimi, and KITAMURA Donald (Osaka University)

Session 13: English (Room 6201)
Panel: Intimate Stories in Mindanao: The History and Legacy of Christian Filipino Settlement
(1) Filipino Wives of “Davao-Kuo” in the 1930s
Eri Kitada (Ochanomize University)
(2) In View of Female Smugglers: A History of A Port Town in Northern Mindanao and its Networks, 1940s-90s
Kisho Tsuchiya (Kyoto University)
(3) Intimacy and Hostility in the Entangled Settlement: Stories in Wao, Lanao del Sur
Asuna Yoshizawa (Rikkyo University)

Discussant: Jojo Abinales (University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa)

Session 14: Japanese (Room 6202)
Panel: フィリピンにおける環境の政治の現在――都市・農村・森林のフィールドから
(1) 西ビサヤにおけるコーヒー・アグロフォレストリーと「緑の反乱鎮圧」
飯田悠哉 Yuya Iida(愛媛大学)
(2) 連続性の中の変化: 民族間関係のエコロジーにおける洪水の物語
白石奈津子 Natsuko Shiraishi(大阪大学)
(3) 「連帯」はフードシステムを創発できるか:ポストコロナのフィリピンにおけるアグロエコロジーの生産者‐消費者関係
中窪啓介 Keisuke Nskakubo(東京農業大学)
(4) 現代フィリピンの若者気候アクティビストにおけるマルチスケールな環境との争い――親との対立から気候不安の対処まで
芝宮尚樹 Naoki Shibamiya (東京大学)

Session 15: Japanese (Room 6303)
44) フィリピン研究の意義
佐竹 眞明 Masaaki Satake(名古屋学院大学)
45) 大阪府立松原高校のフィリピンスタディーツアーの実践報告
佐藤智美 Tomomi Sato(大阪府立松原高等学校)
46) インフォーマルビジネスの「エボリューション」―高度成長期のサリサリストアに着目して―
竹下友章 Tomoaki Takeshita(日刊まにら新聞)
47) 意識化を援用した越境学習としてのスタディツアー
福田浩之 Hiroyuki Fukuta(特定非営利活動法人アイキャン)

15:10-15:50 総会 General Meeting (Room 6201)

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