Studying at UH Mānoa enables one to learn about the Philippines and its people, Filipinos in the diaspora, the multiple meanings of the “people power revolution,” aspects of traditional and contemporary culture, and many other topics. For Filipinos and Filipino Americans such study is a means to reconnect with a Filipino heritage and to reestablish ties. For all students it articulates values and traditions important to Filipino identity, fosters an understanding and appreciation of that identity, and develops skills for functioning in Filipino settings. Our faculty members incorporate these dimensions of knowledge in their teaching, while at the same time recognizing and respecting the diverse cultures and peoples in Hawai‘i and the rest of the United States.
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