[Blueboard] Lecture-Discussion on Migrants to the Coasts

Cecille Bartolome cbart at admu.edu.ph
Thu Apr 25 15:25:07 PHT 2002








THE INSTITUTE OF PHILIPPINE CULTURE
 
and
 
THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY & ANTHROPOLOGY
 
present a lecture-discussion by
 
DR. JAMES F. EDER
 
Migrants to the Coasts: Ethnicity, Community, and Natural Resource Management in Northern Palawan

The coastal fishing and farming communities formed in Palawan by migrants from the Visayas and elsewhere in the Philippines are considered in the context of natural resource management programs with a focus on the multiple interests and actors within communities, on the process of how these actors influence decision-making, and on the institutions that shape the decision-making process. Of particular interest are the roles of ethnicity, gender, and community-state relations.
 
Dr. Eder is Professor, Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University. He has been doing research in Palawan periodically and has been publishing his findings regularly. His latest trip to the area is as a U.S. Fulbright Scholar during January-April 2002. His actual talk may prove more interesting than the formalese blurb might suggest.

All interested persons are invited to join us for an afternoon of stimulating discussions.
 
Monday, April 29, 2002
3:30-5:30 p.m.
Institute of Philippine Culture
Training Room
 
 


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