[Blueboard] Andres Bonifacio and the Problem of Intellectuals, a lecture by Resil B. Mojares

Department of Interdisciplinary Studies [LS] is.soh at ateneo.edu
Wed Nov 26 15:08:25 PHT 2014


The Department of Interdisciplinary Studies invites you to


*ANDRES BONIFACIO AND THE PROBLEM OF INTELLECTUALS*
a lecture by Dr. Resil Mojares, on 1 December (Monday), 4:30-6:00 pm, Faura
AVR



Whose revolution was it?  Estimates of Andres Bonifacio’s place in
Philippine history have been entangled in the issue of social
stratification, as part of the larger debate on the social and intellectual
genealogy of the Philippine revolution.  The lecture revisits this issue by
problematizing notions of "class" and "intellectuals" in late
nineteenth-century Philippines.

 The lecture is the second in the series as part of the of the master
visiting teacher program of the School of Humanities, Ateneo de Manila
University.



Admission is free. *RSVP 4266001 local 5340.*


Resil B. Mojares is the author of *Origins and Rise of the Filipino
Novel *(1983),
*The War against the Americans* (1999), *Waiting for Maria Makiling *
(2002), *Brains of the Nation* (2006), and *Isabelo's Archives* (2013),
among other books in Philippine history, culture, and literature.  In 2013
he was given the Tanglaw ng Lahi award by the Ateneo de Manila University.


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*SCHEDULE OF THE NEXT LECTURES:*

 *Lecture Series by Resil B. Mojares
<http://www.ateneo.edu/ls/soh/interdisciplinarystudies/events/lecture-series-resil-mojares>*


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4266001 loc. 5340/5341

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