LIVE | PIQC | Session 7 | The Southeast-Latin American Connection | Panel A and B
Session 7 explores the centuries old linkages that began with Magellan’s crossing of the Pacific and blossomed under the shared colonial experience under the Iberian Powers. Often referred to as Asia’s Latin Country, the Philippines continues to have strong cultural and historical ties with its Latin American brethren.
Watch Panel A: Peoples and Heritage in Old Filipinas-Mexico-Peru Network
Peoples and Heritage in Old Filipinas-Mexico-Peru Network, Dr. Paulina Machuca of El Colegio de Michoacán, Dr. Cuauhtémoc Villamar of Siam Society, and Dr. Kristyl Obispado of the University of the Philippines Diliman will delve into the dynamic history of the Philippines and Mexico. This panel will be moderated by Associate Dean Rene Salvania of the University of the East
Watch Panel B: Trade and Cross-Cultural Encounters in “Nuevo Mundo”
Trade and Cross-Cultural Encounters in “Nuevo Mundo”, Dr. Marya Svetlana Camacho of the University of Asia and the Pacific, Dr. Paulo Roberto Pereira (to be read by Dr. Paulo Knauss) of the Universidade Federal Fluminense, Dr. Jaime Rosenblitt of the Biblioteca Nacional de Chile, and Dr. Ezequiel Ramoneda of National University of La Plata will discuss the extensive trade and culture exchanges that occurred in the “Nueva Mundo”. This panel will be moderated by Associate Dean Rene Salvania of the University of the East.
Session 7 is convened by the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Philippines Academic Consortium for Latin American Studies.
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