LIVE | PIQC | Session 8 | Tracing the Maritime Silk Road in the Visayas | Panel A and B
Session 8 re-examines the extensive trade networks of the 15th to 17th century in Southeast Asia and the role of the Visayas in this network. From well-known ties with the rest of insular Southeast Asia, to the more nuanced relationship with China and mainland Asia, the Visayas held strong linkages as evidenced by the multitude of archeological and historical evidence produced by hardworking and pioneering researchers.
Watch Panel A: The Philippines in the Pre-Hispanic World Trade
The Philippines in the Pre-Hispanic World Trade, Dr. John A. Peterson of the University of San Carlos and Visayan researcher Dr. Genesis Velez retrace the geopolitical location of the Philippines in the pre-colonial trade networks of the World and take a more in-depth look into the Visayas-China trade relations. This panel is moderated by Ma. Regina Yoma of the University of San Carlos.
Watch Panel B: The Visayas in East Asian Trade
The Visayas in East Asian Trade, Dr. Jose Eleazar Bersales of the University of San Carlos and Dr. Earl Jude Cleope of the Silliman University take a closer look at the rich trading posts in Cebu and Negros as they related to the greater network in East Asia. This panel is moderated by Ma. Regina Yoma of the University of San Carlos.
Session 8 is convened by the University of San Carlos
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