[Blueboard] AMERICA IS IN THE HEART: HISTORY OF FILIPINO MIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES
Kristine J. Abcede
kabcede at ateneo.edu
Thu Jul 25 08:59:25 PHT 2013
The Department of History would like to invite the public to the lecture of
Prof Noel Pangilinan on AMERICA IS IN THE HEART: HISTORY OF FILIPINO
MIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES
on Monday, 29 July 2013, 430-6pm at the LH 206.
AMERICA IS IN THE HEART:
HISTORY OF FILIPINO MIGRATION TO THE U.S.
Filipino migration to the US began during the early years of the U.S.’
colonization of the Philippines and has continued to this very day.
According to the most recent U.S. Census, there are more than 2. 5 million
Filipinos in the United States, making us the second biggest immigration
group next only to Mexico.
This presentation will try to cover the following concerns:
-What is the current state of the Filipino diaspora to the U.S.?
- What are the historical factors that gave birth to this phenomenon and
helped shape the characteristics of every major Filipino immigration wave
to the US?
-What are the issues confronting Filipino American communities in the US
Noel Pangilinan is a writer / editor and a professor of Philippine Studies
based in New York City. He is a veteran multi-platform journalist with more
than 20 years of experience in managing, editing and writing for print and
online publications. He teaches courses on Philippine history, culture and
language at the College of Mount Saint Vincent in New York City, the alma
mater of the late President Corazon Aquino.
Before he left for the U.S., he was the Editor in Chief of The Freeman
newspaper based in Cebu, and taught journalism courses at UP; two years at
the College of Mass Communication in Diliman and eight at the UP College in
Cebu. He also taught Philippine literature, and Rizal courses for UP’s
Department of Filipino and Philippine Languages.
He was the Editor in Chief of The Philippine Collegian in 1985-86, the
year the Marcos dictatorship was overthrown by the EDSA Revolution. He
holds a bachelor’s degree in Philippine Studies from UP, and a master’s
degree in journalism from Columbia University.
*Kristine A. Sendin*
Department of History
Rm. 208, Leong Hall Bldg.
Ateneo de Manila University
Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Telephone: 4266001 local 5240
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