History Lectures: Philippine History Revisited

Revisit the past with Ayala Museum’s new History Lecture series. The series enables lecture guests to go through different pivotal periods in Philippine history and understand how these events played out in the past, and how they continue to affect us in the present. 
 
Participants can choose to attend the lecture onsite at the newly renovated Ayala Museum or online via Zoom. For guests availing of the onsite lecture pass, tickets are inclusive of museum admission valid until Dec 30, 2022

AUGUST 13, 2022 | PRECOLONIAL PHILIPPINES 
with Dr. Maria Bernadette Abrera 
 
AUGUST 20, 2022 | FOUNDATIONS OF SPANISH RULE  
with Dr. Jose Victor Torres 
 
AUGUST  27, 2022 | PHILIPPINE REVOLUTION 
with Dr. Maria Serena Diokno  
 
SEPTEMBER 3, 2022 | STRUGGLES FOR SOVEREIGNTY     
with Dr. Jose Maria Edito Tirol  
 
❓ Access the FAQs: here 
📞 For express virtual assistant, contact 0917-8412631 on Viber

date_range 13 Aug 2022- 3 Sep 2022
access_time 4:00 PM
location_on Ayala Museum GF & Zoom
payment Onsite Fees per Lecture: P650 Regular P450 Discounted P465 Senior/PWD P1600 Season Pass (all 4 lectures) Online Fees per Lecture: P350 Regular P280 Discounted P250 Senior/PWD P 1000 Season Pass (all 4 lectures)
info_outline Tickets for the lectures can be bought through the links under each topic. For season pass purchases, please click the onsite or online ticket option under Pre-Colonial Philippines.

About the Facilitators

Dr. Maria Bernadette L. Abrera

Speaker

Maria Bernadette Abrera is a Professor of History at the University of the Philippines Diliman. She is currently the Dean of the College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, UP Diliman (2017-present) and previously served as Chair of the Department of History (2012-2017). Her research field is on cultural history, with a focus on indigenous Philippine society and culture, the belief system and religion. She has published on the precolonial concept of the soul and the animist belief system, the practice of seclusion of women, folklore and traditional popular culture and the intangible cultural heritage of Philippine boatbuilding.

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Dr. Jose Victor Z. Torres

Speaker

Jose Victor Z. Torres is a Full Professor at the History Department of the De La Salle University-Manila and an Associate Director for Drama and History at the Bienvenido N. Santos Creative Writing Center in the same university. He graduated with an AB Journalism degree at the University of Santo Tomas (UST) and a M.A. and PhD (magna cum laude) in History at the UST Graduate School. He was a former researcher for the Intramuros Administration before he entered the teaching profession at UST and DLSU-Manila. He is a multi-awarded writer, winning the prestigious Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature five times and the National Book Award for Travel Writing in 2006 for his book: Ciudad Murada: A Walk Through Historic Intramuros. In 2017, he won his second National Book Award for the Essays in English category for his book, To the Person Sitting in Darkness and Other Footnotes of Our Past. He is the author and editor of books on Philippine history and culture and a contributor of articles on history and culture to local magazines and university journals. He has also lectured in both local and international conferences on history and culture.

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Dr. Maria Serena I. Diokno

Speaker

Maria Serena I. Diokno is a professor Emeritus of the Department of History, University of the Philippines Diliman. She specializes in the history of the Philippine Revolution and the Philippine-American War, Philippine Historiography, and Southeast Asian Studies.

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Dr. Jose Maria Edito Tirol

Speaker

Jose Maria Edito K. Tirol, PhD, graduated from the Ateneo de Manila University in 1994 with an AB Interdisciplinary Studies degree, and an MA in History in 1999. For his postgraduate studies, he went to the University of the Philippines-Diliman for a doctorate in Philippine Studies, which he completed in 2015. Dr. Tirol is now on his 27th year working for Ateneo, serving as both an Assistant Professor of the Department of History, and since 2017, Director of the Office of Admission and Aid.

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