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DZUP Special Features February 2018 Episodes

Date Episode Guest/Speaker
February 1, 2018 Philippine College Radio Congress 2017: Multilayered: College Radio in a Multimedia World Part 7

Gender sensitivity in broadcasting

Cindy Cruz-Cabrera
Gender and Development Officer, UP Diliman Gender Office
February 2, 2018 The Lost and the Retrieved: Built Cultural Heritage Amidst Conflict

Built cultural heritage in the Philippines amid conflict, Cultural heritage of Turkey amid terrorism

Honey Libertine R. Achanzar-Labor, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, UPM Department of Arts and Communication
Convenor, The Lost and the Retrieved Conference


Gerard Rey Lico, Ph.D.
Professor, UPD College of Architecture
Project Director, Manila Metropolitan Theatre Rehabilitation Project


Cihangir Arslan
President, Pacific Dialogue Foundation
February 6, 2018 The Lost and the Retrieved: Built Cultural Heritage Amidst Conflict

Lessons from eight cases of conflict (re)construction of built heritage in Japan, church bells in the Philippines amid conflict

Leonardo R. Estacio, Jr., Ph.D.
Professor, UPM Department of Behavioral Sciences
Dean, UPM College of Arts and Sciences


Matthew C.M. Santamaria, L.L.D.
Professor, UPD Asian Center

Honey Libertine R. Achanzar-Labor, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, UPM Department of Arts and Communication
Convenor, The Lost and the Retrieved Conference

February 7, 2018 The Lost and the Retrieved: Built Cultural Heritage Amidst Conflict

Myths and legends of the unfinished bridge in South Luzon, Quiapo Church as a cultural heritage before and after World War II

Grace Odal-Devora, Ph.D.
Professor, UPM Department of Arts and Communication

Celia Bonilla
Assistant Professor, UPM Department of Arts and Communication

February 8, 2018 The Lost and the Retrieved: Built Cultural Heritage Amidst Conflict

Escuela Taller de Filipinas' experience in heritage preservation, Balangiga bells

Arch. Jeffrey D. Cobilla
Head, Escuela Taller de Filipinas Technical Team

Reynaldo H. Imperial, Ph.D.
Professor, UPM Department of Social Sciences

Alice B. Adeva
Assistant Professor, UPM Department of Arts and Communication

February 22, 2018 UPAA Alumni Council Meeting

The South China Sea Dispute: Philippine Sovereign Rights and Jurisdiction in the West Philippine Sea

Hon. Antonio T. Carpio,
Senior Associate Justice, Supreme Court
February 23, 2018 UPAA Alumni Council Meeting Part II

The South China Sea Dispute: Philippine Sovereign Rights and Jurisdiction in the West Philippine Sea

Hon. Antonio T. Carpio,
Senior Associate Justice, Supreme Court
February 27, 2018 Talastasan sa Kasaysayan: Memories of People Power

EDSA People Power 1986, Children's literature on People Power and Marcos' Martial Law, Duterte's War on the Memory of People Power I

Neil Martial R. Santillan, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair, Department of History
University of the Philippines Diliman


Karl Ian Cheng Chua, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of History
Ateneo de Manila University


Cleve Kevin Robert V. Arguelles
Chair, Political Science Program
Assistant Professor, Department of Social Sciences
University of the Philippines Manila

February 28, 2018 Talastasan sa Kasaysayan: Memories of People Power

EDSA People Power 1986, Children's literature on People Power and Marcos' Martial Law, Duterte's War on the Memory of People Power I, LGBT narrative in People Power I

Karl Ian Cheng Chua, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of History
Ateneo de Manila University


Cleve Kevin Robert V. Arguelles
Chair, Political Science Program Assistant Professor, Department of Social Sciences University of the Philippines Manila

John Andrew Evangelista
Instructor, Department of Sociology University of the Philippines Diliman

Eulalio R. Guieb III, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair, Department of Broadcast Communication
University of the Philippines Diliman

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