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Announcements

  • 05 April 2019

    History Capstone Presentations

    Come listen to the class of 2019 present their hard work!

    April 10
    12:45 – 5:40 PM
    Classroom 13

    Check out the schedule for more information:
    History-Capstone-Presentations-2019

    History Majors – 2018
    Photo by Sean Cham

     

     

     

     

  • 21 March 2019

    Cartoons and International Relations: The South African Story

    Peter Vale (from the University of Johannesburg) will be giving a talk on political cartoons.

    26 March
    7-8:30 PM
    Saga Lecture Theatre

     

  • 18 March 2019

    Writing History Creatively: Lunch Time Talk with Resil Mojares

    As part of the Creative Writing Reading Series on Writing History Creatively, Dr. Resil Mojares will be giving a Lunch Time Talk / Conversation. Dr. Resil Mojares is a historian and a National Artist Award for Literature in the Philippines. His scholarly interests have ranged from urban studies, Southeast Asian intellectual history and the literary essay, among others. Building on his body of work, Resil Mojares joins us for a lunch time talk that explores the ways history can figure in a literary text and outlines his own efforts of writing history that blurs the boundaries between scholarly and literary writing.

    Friday, March 22, 12-1 pm.
    Saga Common Lounge.

    Lunch will be provided

    There are limited spots available, so please register at this link:
    https://bit.ly/ync-mojares-2019

    To get a sense of his work, attendees are encouraged to read two essays by Dr. Mojares: “The Book that Did Not Exist” and “The Dangerous Beauty of the Headhunter”.

    This event is co-sponsored by Creative Writing the Writers’ Centre and History.

    Resil Mojares is the author of such award-winning works as The Origins and Rise of the Filipino Novel (1983), House of Memory (1997), Waiting for Mariang Mailing: Essays in Philippine Cultural History (2002), and Brains of the Nation: Pedro Paterno, T.H. Pardo de Tavera, Isabelo de los Reyes and The Production of Modern Knowledge (2006). He has served as visiting professor in universities in Japan, Singapore, and the United States. He resides in Cebu City where he is Professor Emeritus at the University of San Carlos. He received the National Artist award for Literature in 2018.

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10 April 2019 (Wed) , 12:45 - 5:40 PM
History Capstone Presentations
Come listen to the class of 2019 present their hard work! Check out the schedule for more information: History-Capsto...
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26 March 2019 (Tue) , 7 - 8:30 PM
Cartoons and International Relations: The South Af...
Come hear Professor Peter Vale talk about political cartoons and their role in international relations! His talk will...
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22 March 2019 (Fri) , 12 - 1 PM
Writing History Creatively: Lunch Time Talk with R...
As part of the Creative Writing Reading Series on Writing History Creatively, Dr. Resil Mojares will be giving a Lunc...
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NUS Museum Internship
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