[Blueboard] Celebrate SOCIAL SCIENCES WEEK

Milet Tendero mtendero at ateneo.edu
Mon Feb 2 17:55:22 PHT 2009


Celebrate SOCIAL SCIENCES WEEK
3-7 February 2009

(log on to www.ateneo.edu for more details)


OPENING ACTIVITY


February 3, Tuesday

1020-1030 a.m.

Opening March with the MMDA Band
a 10-minute march from the Zen Garden (Quad 1) to the Leong Hall steps

sponsored by the SoSS School Board of the Sanggunian ng mga Mag-aaral
ng mga Paaralang Loyola ng Ateneo de Manila


EXHIBITS


February 3-6, Tuesday to Friday

The Pinoy Spirit
an exhibit on photo works of graduates of the Diploma in Photojournalism

SS Foyer and Leong Hall Auditorium Foyer

sponsored by the Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism (ACFJ)
and the Department of Communication



February 3-4, Tuesday to Wednesday

Mindanao for Sociologists and Anthropologists: Challenges and Tasks
an exhibit on Mindanao

The Promenade

sponsored by the Department of Sociology & Anthropology



February 4-6, Wednesday to Friday

The Making of The Nation
an exhibit on Malaysia

MVP Basement

sponsored by the Department of History



TALKS, LECTURES, SYMPOSIA



February 3, Tuesday

430-6 p.m.

The Advertising of Philippine Products
talks by Ms. Karen Go, BBDO Guerrero Phils. Inc and Ms. Sue Ann
Nolido, Leo Burnett Manila

SEC Lecture Hall B

sponsored by the Association of Communication Majors (ACOMM)



February 3, Tuesday

430-6 p.m.

BSP's Measures to Cushion the Global Financial Crisis
a talk by Mr. Bong Silvosa, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

Leong Hall Auditorium

sponsored by the Ateneo Economics Association (AEA)



February 4, Wednesday

3-430 p.m.

101 Stories on the Philippine Revolution by Dr. Ambeth R. Ocampo
book launch

and

America's Forgotten War
a lecture by Dr. Ambeth Ocampo

Leong Hall Auditorium

sponsored by the Department of History



February 4, Wednesday

430-6 p.m.

Doing Social Science Research in Mindanao
a talk by Fr. Albert E. Alejo, S.J., Ateneo de Davao University

Leong Hall Auditorium

sponsored by the Department of Sociology & Anthropology



February 4, Wednesday

430-6 p.m.

American Culture, Foreign Policy, and A Century of Asian Intervention
a talk by Dr. Walter L. Hixson, University of Akron

SS Conference Rooms 1 & 2

sponsored by the Department of History



February 4, Wednesday

430-6 p.m.

Traditional Chinese Musical Instruments
a lecture by Dr. Xu Jian, Sun Yat-sen University

PLDT-CTC 102

sponsored by the Chinese Studies Program



February 5, Thursday

1130 a.m. - 130 p.m.

An Inside Look at Japanese Media
a roundtable discussion with Prof. Takesato Watanabe, Doshisha University

LH 206, Ricardo Leong Center for Chinese Studies Conference Room
2/F Leong Hall
(due to limited seating, please confirm your attendance by February 3,
Tuesday at ext. 5294)

sponsored by the Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism (ACFJ)



February 5, Thursday

130-3 p.m.

Film showing of the critically acclaimed documentary, BUNSO
directed by Ditsi Carolino

and

a Discussion to be facilited by Dr. Liane Pena-Alampay

Leong Hall Auditorium

sponsored by the Department of Psychology



February 5, Thursday

3-430 p.m.

Symposium on Experimental Phenomenology
with main presentor, Fr. Jaime C. Bulatao, S.J.

Leong Hall Auditorium

sponsored by the Department of Psychology



February 5, Thursday

430-6

Public presentation of the Applied Peace Researches in Mindanao:
Stories, videos and Photos by the Social Psychology Action-Research
Laboratory

Leong Hall Auditorium

sponsored by the Department of Psychology



February 5, Thursday

430-6 p.m.

Race and Class in a Divided Nation: The Political Economy of
Development in Malaysia
a talk by Dr. Toh Kin Woon, fellow, Ateneo Center for Asian Studies
(ACAS) and the Asian Public Intellectuals (API) Fellowship Program

SS Conference Rooms 3 & 4

sponsored by ACAS in cooperation with API



February 6, Friday

8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

War, Memories, Monuments and Media: Representatives of Conflicts and
Creation of Histories in Asian
an international symposium

Ching Tan Room (SOM 111)

sponsored by the Japanese Studies Program



February 6, Friday

1030 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Prototypes of Indian Sculpture
a talk by Dr. Jan Van Alphen, Ethnografisch Museum, Antwerp, Belgium

Leong Hall Auditorium

sponsored by the Department of History



February 6, Friday

430-6 p.m.

Film Viewing of the documentary, RIVER OF EXCHANGE: MUSIC OF THE
AGUSAN MANOBO AND VISAYAN SETTLER RELATIONS IN CARAGA, MINDANAO
ISLAND

with

a talk by Dr. Jose S. Buenconsejo, UP College of Music

Leong Hall Auditorium

sponsored by the Department of Sociology & Anthropology



February 6, Friday

430-6 p.m.

The Global Financial Crisis and the Future of Capitalism
a talk by Dr. Walden F. Bello, University of the Philippines-Diliman

Escaler Hall

sponsored by the Department of Political Science and the Department of
Economics



SIMULATED WAR



February 7, Saturday

8 a.m. - 12 p.m.

The Battle of Bellarmine Field
a simulation of the battle of armies of the Ancient, Classical and
Medieval World

Bellarmine Field

sponsored by the Department of History



TRADE FAIR, MORE EXHIBITS AND GAMES



February 3-6, Tuesday to Friday

Trade Fair

SEC Field

sponsored by the Social Marketing class of the Development Studies
Program, in partnership with Sanggunian ng mga Mag-aaral ng mga
Paaralang Loyola ng Ateneo de Manila, Collegiate Society of
Advertising (COSA), LS 127 classes, the Student Business Cluster,
participating NGOs and social enterprises



February 3-6, Tuesday to Friday

"EveryJuan"
SoSS Student Org Cluster Exhibits, Games and More

Zen Garden

sponsored by the Management Economics Organization (MEcO), the Ateneo
Economics Association (AEA), Ateneo Psyche, The Assembly, the
Association of Communication Majors (ACOMM), Ateneo European Studies
Society (AEUS), CELADON, Development Society (DevSoc), and the SoSS
School Board of the Sanggunian ng mga Mag-aaral ng mga Paaralang
Loyola ng Ateneo de Manila


Celebrate SOCIAL SCIENCES WEEK !




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