Public Lecture on Race, Citizenship and Filipinos in the US Empire

Public lecture on “Ambiguous Belonging: Race, Citizenship and Filipinos in the US Empire,” by Dr. Katrina Quisumbing King.

Date and time: April 18, 2019, Thursday, 3:00-4:30 pm
Venue: Tokioka Room (Moore Hall 319)
1890 East-West Road, Honolulu, Hawaii

The lecture will discuss the conflicting classification of Filipinos as “foreigners” and yet considered “nationals” of the United States at the time the Philippines was a colony. She will then draw some implications on the treatment of Filipino World War II veterans.
Dr. Quisumbing King is Provost’s Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of Southern California, and soon to be a sociology faculty of Northwestern University in Fall 2020.

More details about the event are found in this Link.

Rizal Conference in Honolulu


Rizalistas and other scholars and enthusiasts of Philippine hero Dr. Jose Rizal are invited to attend this conference, August 23-25, 2019. Yes, right in Honolulu!
This conference is an initiative of the Knights of Rizal-Hawaii Chapter, and UH Center for Philippine Studies. Come and join us!

For more particulars, see brochure below: