Women in Philippine Archaeology

September 20, 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Mānoa Campus, On Zoom

The establishment of archaeology as a professional discipline in the Philippines was heavily male dominated. This issue is so pervasive that even when female representation increased, especially the accessibility of graduate degree in archaeology and related fields, male archaeologist still overshadows the works of women archaeologists. This panel highlights the contribution of female archaeologists in the Philippines, discussing issues of bias, accessibility, and opportunities. The panel will also talk about how gendered perspectives make archaeological practice more meaningful. Panelists: Marian Reyes (National Museum of the Philippines); Mylene Quinto Lising (Ateneo de Manila University); Sherrenne De Amboy (Polytechnic University of the Philippines); Michelle Eusebio (University of the Philippines); and Andrea Jalandoni (Griffiths University, Australia) Moderator: Grace Barretto-Tesoro (University of the Philippines) This webinar is part of the PEMSEA webinar series, Historicizing Disaster Risk Management: The Ecology of Mt. Isarog and its Environs.

Event Sponsor
Center for Southeast Asian Studies (SPAS), Mānoa Campus

More Information
Sara Loh, N/A, cseas@hawaii.edu, https://www.cseashawaii.org/events/pemsea-panel-7-women-in-philippine-archaeology/

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