Everybody is invited to the last of our webinar series on Martial Law. Dr. Mark J. Sanches, Assistant Professor of Asian Studies from Vandervilt University, will speak on “From Barefoot Lawyers to International Tribunals: Local and International Law against the Marcos Dictatorship.”
Content: In this webinar, the presentor will discuss the ways that legal aid organization like the Free Legal Assistance Group (FLAG) challenged the Marcos dictatorship.
Date and Time: November 2, 2022, Wednesday, 2:00pm Hawaii Time (November 3, Thursday, 8:00am PH Time)
Registration: To attend, please register to this site – https://hawaii.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0ucuGurzMpEt10qYpOJNGpz6UZmJE95H1n
You will receive a confirmation after registering.
Details: For details, see or download the flyer below –
Join us in this 1-hour webinar! Former PBA player and Alaska Aces head coach Alex Compton will share his experiences in learning Filipino as an additional language.
Date: October 11, 2022, 12:00-1:00 pm (HST)
Sponsors: Brought to you by UHM-FILIPINO in collaboration with the UHM Center for Philippine Studies, UHM Ilokano Program, the Filipino Program @University of Michigan Filipino Program, and the Filipino Program @ University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Come and join us in our webinar series this Fall 2022 on Martial Law.
Dr. Josen M. Diaz will talk on “The Crisis of Martial Law” in a different angle. Her presentation reconsiders martial law (in the Philippines) as both a political tactic for navigating a “a world [that] has grown more perilous” and where “problems have become more complex and critical” and as authoritarian historiography.
Date: October 5, 2022, Wednesday, at 4:00 pm Hawaii Standard Time
An invitation to the viewing public. Free screening.
Film showing:Dekada ’70. This film is a multi-awarded film that portrays the struggle against oppression in the Philippines during the period of Martial Law. The event is sponsored by Hawaii Filipinos for Truth, Justice and Democracy.
Date: September 18, 2022, 1:00 pm. Screening starts at 2:00 pm.
Venue: BUSAD A101 Shidler College of Business, UH Manoa, 2404 Maile Way
The University of Hawai’i at Mānoa Center for Philippine Studies, UHM Center for Southeast Asian Studies and UHM Philippine Language and Culture Program in collaboration with Southville International School and Colleges Filipino and Foreign Languages Department proudly present the Pamana ng Lahi Workshop: Teacher Training for Language and Culture.
Everybody is invited to this Zoom lecture. A link will be provided after registering.
Date and Time: August 10, 2022 at 3:00 pm -11:00 pm HST (August 11, 2022 at 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Philippine time)
Aloha! The Mama Sita Foundation, the University of Hawai’i Center for Philippine Studies and Filipino Language and Culture Program, the City College of San Francisco Fiipino Program cordially invite you to the third season of Pinoy Food Stories: Mga Kuwentong Pagkain hosted by Pia Arboleda and Paolo Paculan. Join the second session of the Mga Kuwentong Pagkain: Pinoy Food Stories on May 6, 3:00 pm (Hawaii) / May 7, 9:00 am (Manila) and explore how our interactions with our Asian neighbors through history manifests itself in Filipino food.
This month, our guests include Chonaisa Simbulan (writer and home chef), culinary consultant and chef Datu Pendatun III, and Chinese Filipino heritage advocate Meah See to discuss The Asian Connection: Bridges of Flavor.For those who will miss this session, the recording will be posted on our website: https://pinoyfoodstories.weebly.com/You may also view our past two seasons on that site.Mahalo!