On April 30, 2014 at the Mānoa Awards Ceremony in Orvis Auditorium. Chancellor Tom Apple and campus leadership were joined by the awardees and their students, colleagues, family and friends to celebrate their accomplishments. Two professors affiliated with the Center for Philippine Studies, Professor Aurelio S. Agcaoili of Indo-Pacific Languages and Literature and Professor Roderick Labrador of Ethnic Studies were both awarded Chancellor’s Citation for Meritorious Teaching.
Congratulations Aurelio and Roderick! Mabuhay!
Muslim Societies in Asia and the Pacific (MSAP) has just published a short feature article on the digital project undertaken by the Center for Philippine Studies, which is part of the larger eMindanao initiative. This project is an annotated bibliography on the southern Philippines now available online at the CPS website and also published at eMindanao.com for its outreach program that involves participation of institutional partners from Mindanao. It contains a collection of 1,000 articles, books, images, video clips, and other documents available online for viewing and downloading by researchers and scholars interested in the Bangsamoro (term for Muslims in the Philippines), Lumads (other indigenous people), Mindanao economy, polity, history, arts and literature, conflict and the peace process, the Sabah issue, and related topics. Most of the titles listed in the bibliography come with brief abstracts, linked to the full documents from their original sources.
More details from: MSAP, “Annotated Digital Bibliography – On the Southern Philippines from the UHM Center for Philippines Studies” please visit the article MSAP Feature
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