College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Written by Rene Estremera.

Reviewed: 26 March 2012
Roundtable Discussion with international participation:

01-02 December 2011: "UNDERCURRENTS: Imagining a Post-Peace Agreement Period in Mindanao", ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS ON PEACEBUILDING. 01 December 2011 (Thurs) 1:00 PM -5:00 PM, Grand Men Seng Hotel. Moderator: Alfredo Ferrariz Lubang. Welcome Remarks: Dr. Emma Ruth Bayogan, Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs, University of the Philippines Mindanao. Message: Professor Osamu Yoshida, Chair of Executive Committee of HiPeC, Professor, Hiroshima University, Japan.Message: Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte Carpio. Roundtable Discussions. Moderator: Dr. Antonio G. Moran, Chair, Department of Social Sciences, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of the Philippines Mindanao. Discussants: Dr. Eric S. Casino, Adjunct Lecturer, Hawaii Pacific University; Dr. Abhoud Syed Lingga, Professor and Executive Director, Institute of Bangsamoro Studies ;Dr. Koki Seki, Professor, Hiroshima University.Synthesis. Prof. Anne Shangrila Y. Fuentes. Closing Remarks. Prof. Ricardo M. de Ungria, Chair, Mindanao Studies Consortium Foundation, Inc. 02 December 2011 (Fri), 8:00 AM -12:20 PM, Research Presentations. Introduction, Moderator: Sheila Tampos, Department of Social Sciences, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of the Philippines Mindanao. "Gender and the Armed Struggles in Mindanao", Dr. Paz Verdades Santos, South-South Network. Discussant: Atty. Raissa Jajurie, Consultant on Gender Issues for the MILF Peace Panel. Introduction, Moderator: Prof. Raymundo Pavo, Department of Social Sciences, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of the Philippines Mindanao. "Bangsamoro peacebuilding: Possibilities of hybrid conflict resolution mechanisms", Ms. Meg Kagawa, Research Fellow, Hiroshima University Partnership Project for Peacebuilding and Capacity Development (HiPeC).Reactors: Prof. Abhoud Syed Lingga, Exec. Director, Institute of Bangsamoro Studies; Prof. Rufa Cagoco Guiam, Mindanao State University General Santos. Introduction, Prof. Dennis R. Coronel, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Sciences, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of the Philippines Mindanao. "A formative case for generating concepts and hypotheses on interfaces of indigenous and state peacebuilding and justice systems", by Dr. Antonio G. Moran and Prof. Shangrila Y. Fuentes, Department of Social Sciences, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of the Philippines Mindanao. Reactors: Atty. Augusto B. Gatmaytan, PhD Candidate, London School of Economics and Political Science; Lualhati Abreu, Research Fellow, AFRIM; Discussions, Synthesis/Closing.

 

    March 26, 2011 to June 30, 2011

    DEPARTMENT OF HUMANITIES

    Journal Publications/Book/Chapter in a Book: 

    Prof. Ricardo M. de Ungria
    •    “Dumaguete Blues” (poem), in Philippines Free Press Magazine, May 21, 2011
    Prof. Jhoanna Lynn Cruz-Daliling
    •    Co-editor, Best of Dagmay 2007 – 2009 Anthology. Davao City: Davao Writers Guild & NCCA, 2011.

    Internationalization:

    Students under the Department of Humanities were chosen as Youth Ambassadors for "Visit Japan: 2011", Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths (JENESYS) Programme, 12-27 April 2011

    BA Communication Arts Program
    1.    Kein Ross C. Tripoli
    2.    Anne L. Eliseo
    3.    Jetka G. Rosos
    4.    Fila Guia Hidalgo
    BA English Program
    1.    Julie Kristine A. de Guzman

    Participation in Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Training Courses/Fora: National

    Prof. Ricardo M. de Ungria
    •    Presentor, “The Philippine International Arts Festival,” “The Accomplishments of the Subcommission on the Arts 2007-2010,” and “The NCCA Mindanao Projects 2008-2010,” NCCA General Assembly, June 21-22, Century Park Hotel, Manila
    •    Panelist, 50th Silliman National Writers Workshop, May 16-20, 2011, Rose Sobrepena Writers Village, Valencia, Dumaguete City

    DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

    Journal Publication/Book/Chapter in a Book:

    Prof. Raymundo R. Pavo, "Filipino Philosophy and Post-Modernity", Phavisminda Journal Volume 10: 30-50. 2011

    Oral Paper/Poster Presentations, International:

    Prof. Raymundo R. Pavo, Paper Presented in International Conference,
    •    Social-Scientist-Philosopher Perspective and Filipino Philosophy. Thomism and Asian Cultures: Celebrating 400 years of Dialogue Across Civilizations. University of Santo Tomas, Manila. May 23-26, 2011.
    Prof. Myfel Joseph D. Paluga,
    •    Folk maps and portable tools for sago forests: Aspects of Agusan Manobo ecological knowledge, (with M Alaba, EE Abadesco, A Adovas). Presented in the Asian University Digital Resource Network (AUDRN) International Conference-Workshop, "Discovering Local Knowledge in the 21st Century, Connecting Classrooms to the World", 9-13 May 2011, Miriam College, Quezon City
    Mr. Jessie G. Varquez Jr.
    •        Participant. Discovering Knowledge in the 21st Century: Connecting Classrooms to the World, Miriam College 9-13 May 2011 (an International conference)

    November 15, 2008 to October 30, 2009

    BOOKS/PUBLICATION

    Prof. Ricardo M. de Ungria
    •    "Davao Harvest 2", co-editor with Tita Lacambra Ayala (Davao City: NCCA, 2008)

    CHAPTER IN A BOOK / JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

    Prof. Myfel Joseph D. Paluga
    •    "Cultural attitudes to animals in Southeast Asia", in "Asian Transformation in Action" (Bangkok: The Nippon Foundation, 2009), pp. 117-127.
    Prof. Myfel Joseph D. Paluga (with Ramon Guillermo)
    •    Barang king banga: A Visayan language reading of the Calatagan Pot Inscription (CPI). Recommended for publication by referees (Editor’s Notice received 3 Feb 2009). Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. Forthcoming.
    Prof. Raymundo R. Pavo
    •    Categories of Thinking: Regressive, Progressive and Digressive Thinking, PHAVISMINDA (Philosophical Association of Visayas and Mindanao), Vol. 8 (2009), pp. 89-103.
    Prof. Ricardo M. de Ungria
    •    “Enriching Knowledge by Publishing in the Regional Languages,” in Asiatic IIUM Journal of English Language and Literature, Vol. 3. No. 1, 2009, pp. 28-39, Asiatic.iium.edu.my
    •    “Time in a Dextrose Bottle: My UP Manila,” in "UP Manila: 100 Years of Heritage, Culture & Arts", edited by Alfred Yuson. Manila: University of the Philippines, 2009, pp. 53 – 83.

    CREATIVE WORKS: FICTION / CREATIVE NON-FICTION

    Prof. Jhoanna Lynn Cruz-Daliling
    •     "Landing" (fiction). Asiatic - IIUM Journal of English Language and Literature. Vol. 3, Number 1, June 2009. pages 176 - 181.
    •     Sapay Koma (creative nonfiction). Belonging. Stories of Relationships. Edited by Erlinda Panlilio. Pasig City: Anvil Publishing, Inc., 2008.
    Prof. Anne Marie Jennifer E. Eligio
    •    “Afterlife” (short story). Ani 54: Spirituality and Healing. Manila: CCP, December 2008.
    Prof. Timothy R. Montes
    •    “Under the Wave” (short story). Davao Harvest 2 Anthology, edited by Ricardo de Ungria and Tita Lacambra Ayala. Davao City: Davao Writers Guild & NCCA, 2008.

    CREATIVE WORKS: POETRY

    Prof. Jhoanna Lynn Cruz-Daliling
    •    “What It Is For” (poetry). Philippines Graphic. Vol. 19, No. 48, May 4, 2009, page 45.
    •     “To Get To Our House” (poetry). Philippines Graphic. Vol. 19, No. 48, May 4, 2009, page 45.
    •     “Leavings” (poetry). Davao Harvest 2 Anthology, edited by Ricardo de Ungria and Tita Lacambra Ayala. Davao City: Davao Writers Guild & NCCA, 2008.
    •     “All Eyes” (poetry). Davao Harvest 2 Anthology, edited by Ricardo de Ungria and Tita Lacambra Ayala. Davao City: Davao Writers Guild & NCCA, 2008.
    Prof. Ricardo M. de Ungria
    •    “Four Poems” in Past and Present: A Philippine PEN Anthology, I. edited by Marjorie Evasco, Suzie Tan, and Lilian Ramos de Leon (Manila: UST Press, 2008)-Released 2009
    •    “The Krag-and-Bayonet Phase (A Love Song)”, in "Train of Thought: Poems from Tulaan Sa Tren" (Quezon City: NBDB, 2008)
    •    “Before the Stillness of Flowers,” “Balai Mintal,” and “Terminal Acoustic,” in Davao Harvest 2, ed. Ricardo M. de Ungria and Tita Lacambra Ayala (Davao City: NCCA)
    •    “Amp” (poem), in "Belonging: Stories of Relationships", ed. Erlinda E. Panlilio (Manila: Anvil Publishing, 2008)

    26 December 2007 – 03 April 2008

    Mr. John B. Bengan
    •    “Mother, Mother,” Very Short Stories for Harried Readers: An Anthology of Flash Fiction, Vol. 1, ed. Vicente Garcia Groyon (Quezon City: Milflores, Inc., December 2007)
    •    “Bad Heart” (short story), Philippines Free Press, Vol. 99, No. 11 (15 March 2008)
    Prof. Jhoanna Lynn B. Cruz-Daliling
    •    “The BJ Queen of Baguio City,” Very Short Stories for Harried Readers: An Anthology of Flash Fiction, Vol. 1, ed. Vicente Garcia Groyon (Quezon City: Milflores, Inc., December 2007)
    •    Editor, Dagmay Literary Folio – Sun.Star Davao (January 2008)
    •    “Salut” (poem), Dagmay Literary Folio – Sun.Star Davao (10 February 2008)
    •    Editor, Dagmay Literary Folio – Sun.Star Davao (March 2008)
    Prof. Ricardo M. de Ungria
    •    Co-editor, Writ-Hop: New Writers Speak Up (Manila: NCCA, 2008)
    Ms. Jean Claire A. Dy
    •    “Chopsticks,” Very Short Stories for Harried Readers: An Anthology of Flash Fiction, Vol. 1, ed. Vicente Garcia Groyon (Quezon City: Milflores, Inc., December 2007)
    •    “Big Yellow” (short story), Philippines Free Press (11 January 2008)
    Prof. Genevieve T. Jorolan-Quintero
    •    Editor, Research and Publication Manual, 1st ed., San Pedro College, 23 January 2008
    Prof. Timothy R. Montes
    •    “The Return,” Very Short Stories for Harried Readers: An Anthology of Flash Fiction, Vol. 1, ed. Vicente Garcia Groyon (Quezon City: Milflores, Inc., December 2007)

    Accepted Abstracts for Paper Presentation in Conferences

    Ms. Arlene C. Largo
    •    Between Churches and Rituals: The persistence of organized religions and the continuity of traditions among the Bagobo of Sitio Kimaymana, 8th ASEAN Inter-University Conference on Social Development, Manila (this May 28-31)
    Prof. Reine Kathyrn D. Taya
    •    Can livelihoods develop into SMEs: The case of the coconut industry in Davao Oriental, Philippines, 8th ASEAN Inter-University Conference on Social Development, Manila (this May 28-31).
    Prof. Myfel Joseph D. Paluga, Prof. Valeriano A. Clamonte Jr.
    * Pagbabagong-pampamahayan dulot ng Migrasyon sa Mindanao, Ika-6 Pambansang BAKAS Seminar-Workshop, Tema: Kalikasan, Kapaligiran, at Kalinangan sa Pag-aaral sa Bagong Kasaysayan, St. Paul College, Makati, MM (this April 23-25, 2008)
    Prof. Myfel Joseph D. Paluga, Dr. Norberto R. Navarrete
    * Karaniwang-hayop ng banwa: Panimulang pag-aaral sa diversiti at papel ng hayop/Animalia sa literaturang makabayan/aktibista, under the theme: Fellow-beings’ in the society of nature:  studies on shared human-animal worlds in the Philippines, International Conference on Philippine Studies, July 23-26, 2008 Philippine Social Science Center, Quezon City
    Prof. Myfel Joseph D. Paluga
    * A study of UP Mindanao BA Social Sciences and BA Anthropology students and the patterns of their job placements, National Social Science Congress VI, Theme:  The Paradox of Philippine Education and Educational Reform: Social Science Perspectives, 7-9 May 2008

    04 April 2008 – 12 July 2008

    Prof. Ricardo M. de Ungria
    •    Co-editor, Writ-Hop: New Writers Speak Up (Manila: NCCA, 2008)
    Prof. Genevieve T. Jorolan-Quintero
    •    “A Cause to Pause” (Learning Object), Interactive Learning Center, UP Mindanao, July 2008
    Ms. Jean Claire A. Dy
    •    Editor in Chief, M. Life & Living in Mindanao Magazine (Launched 08 April 2008 - present)
    Research:   Arch. Ericson P. Europa
    •    Researcher, Philippine Pre-World II Period Architecture in the Mindanao Context: Focus on Architectural Venting Light Screens, Lawig-Diwa Inc., and NCCA, Davao City, June 2008
    Prof. Genevieve T. Jorolan-Quintero
    •    Proponent, Indigenous Games and the Stories They Tell, UP System Research grant, July 2008–July 2009
    Prof. Myfel Joseph D. Paluga (In Press, accepted for publication, May 2008)
    •    Socio-ecological tensions in Paradise: Ambiguities in human-macaque in a Mt. Apo “Natural Park” Village. To come out in Aghamtao (Journal of the Anthropological Association of the Philippines [UGAT]) volume 18.

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