[Blueboard] IPC lecture series

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Mon Nov 16 13:31:21 PHT 2009


Everyone is cordially invited to the 2009/2010 Institute of Philippine
Culture Lecture Series Featuring the Works of the IPC Merit Research
Award and Visiting Research Associates Programs

Transforming Philippine Organizations: Attitudes, Cognitions, and Strategies
Dr.  Ma. Regina Hechanova
Ateneo Center for Organization, Research and Development/Department of  
Psychology
25 November 2009 (Wednesday), 4:30 to 5:30 pm, IPC Conference Room

The Shaman, His Nephew... and the Captain (A film showing and  
discussion with the director)
Mr. Pierre Boccanfuso
Film Director/Visual Anthropologist, National Center for Scientific  
Research, France
25 November 2009 (Wednesday), 4:30 to 6:30 pm, Escaler Hall

Law-Making and The Church in the Philippines: Do Intermediary  
Institutions Create National-Level Legal Pluralism?
Dr. Philip C. Parnell
Department of Criminal Justice and Anthropology, Indiana University
11 December 2009 (Friday), 4:30 to 5:30pm, IPC Conference Room

Social Networks and Computer Mediated Interactive Communication  
Technologies (CMICT): New Social and Cultural Possibilities or More of  
the Same Thing?
Dr.  Raul Pertierra
Department of Sociology & Anthropology
17 February 2010 (Wednesday), 4:30 to 5:30pm, IPC Conference Room

Moving in and Out of Poverty: Understanding & Social Mobility from the  
Perspectives of the Still-Poor, Now-Poor, Once-Poor, and Never-Poor of  
BASECO, Manila and Payatas B, Quezon City
Dr. Marita Concepcion Castro Guevarra & Dr. Mary Racelis
Department of Sociology & Anthropology and Department of  
Interdisciplinary Studies
24  February 2010 (Wednesday), 4:30 to 5:30pm, IPC Conference Room

Conference on The Rise of China and Its Effects on East Asia and the  
Philippines (March 2010)

China's Macroeconomy and its Impact on Economic Development, Poverty  
Reduction and Income Distribution
Dr. Joseph Anthony Lim
Department of Economics

China's Trade with East Asian Countries: Impact on Regional Trade Integration
Dr. Ellen Palanca
Chinese Studies Program, Confucius Institute and Department of Economics

China's Integration in East Asia and the Role of Intra-Industry Trade
Ms. Elizabeth Tan
Chinese Studies Program

China's New Foreign Policy Thrust of Soft Power: Implications for  
Third World Countries
Mr. Benito Lim
Chinese Studies Program


About the Merit Research Award
With funds from the Ford Foundation, this Program seeks to advance
theoretically grounded social science research among the faculty and
staff of the Ateneo de Manila University.

About the Visiting Research Associates Program
The IPC?s Visiting Research Associates (VRA) Program encourages and
facilitates studies of Philippine society and culture by scholars,
from the Philippines or abroad, who wish to do research in any
discipline of the social sciences or humanities.

Please call local 4651 for inquiries. The IPC Conference Room is
located at Room 203, Frank Lynch Hall, Social Development Complex.
www.ipc-ateneo.org.





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