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  BA Speech and Theater Arts
 
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  Silliman University, 1979 (Cum Laude)
 
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'''Administrative Positions'''
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==Administrative Positions==
  
 
Chairperson
 
Chairperson
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'''Courses handled'''
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Graduate
 
Graduate
  
 
   
 
   
 
  
'''Publications'''
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==Publications==
  
“Literature Alive: A Performative Approach To Teaching Literature,”  School and Theatre in the Past and Nowadays (Az iskola szinjatszas multja es jelene), Academia Ludi et Artis, Miskolc, Hungary 2002 Technikai szerkesztes/Edited by Julia Nagy and Csaba Kedves
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“Literature Alive: A Performative Approach To Teaching Literature,”  School and Theatre in the Past and Nowadays (''Az iskola szinjatszas multja es jelene''), Academia Ludi et Artis, Miskolc, Hungary 2002 Technikai szerkesztes/Edited by Julia Nagy and Csaba Kedves
  
 
   
 
   
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A SPAFA Training on the Information Dissemination of the Southeast Asian Performing Arts: A Report, Masks and Voices, Vol. 3 No.1 January to July 1995
 
A SPAFA Training on the Information Dissemination of the Southeast Asian Performing Arts: A Report, Masks and Voices, Vol. 3 No.1 January to July 1995
  
 
   
 
   
 
 
Content Analysis of Malaya Using the Concept of Problematic Situation (An Approach to the Study of Communication), Masks and Voices, June- October 1996.
 
Content Analysis of Malaya Using the Concept of Problematic Situation (An Approach to the Study of Communication), Masks and Voices, June- October 1996.
  
 
        
 
        
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Silent Reading, Chamber Theatre and Acting: A Study on the Effects on Comprehension and Aesthetic Appreciation of Narrative LIterature Masks and Voices, Vol. 1 No.1 January to June 1993
  
Silent Reading, Chamber Theatre and Acting: A Study on the Effects on Comprehension and Aesthetic Appreciation of Narrative LIterature Masks and Voices, Vol. 1 No.1 January to June 1993
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==See Also==
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* [[UP College of Arts and Letters]]
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* [[Department of Speech Communication and Theater Arts]]
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[[Category:UP People]]

Revision as of 22:11, 26 February 2009

PhD Communication
CMC, UP Diliman, 2001
MA Speech Communication
UP Diliman, 1989
BA Speech and Theater Arts
Silliman University, 1979 (Cum Laude)


Belen D. Calingacion


Administrative Positions

Chairperson

Department of Speech Communication and Theatre Arts

UP CAL (June 2004 to present)


Courses handled

Undergraduate

Com 3 (Practical Speech Fundamentals)

Speech 199 (Research)

Speech 200 (Undergraduate Thesis)


Graduate


Publications

“Literature Alive: A Performative Approach To Teaching Literature,” School and Theatre in the Past and Nowadays (Az iskola szinjatszas multja es jelene), Academia Ludi et Artis, Miskolc, Hungary 2002 Technikai szerkesztes/Edited by Julia Nagy and Csaba Kedves


Educational Manual, Animation Tool Kit for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse (co-author), Stairway Foundation, Inc., 2003


A SPAFA Training on the Information Dissemination of the Southeast Asian Performing Arts: A Report, Masks and Voices, Vol. 3 No.1 January to July 1995


Content Analysis of Malaya Using the Concept of Problematic Situation (An Approach to the Study of Communication), Masks and Voices, June- October 1996.


Silent Reading, Chamber Theatre and Acting: A Study on the Effects on Comprehension and Aesthetic Appreciation of Narrative LIterature Masks and Voices, Vol. 1 No.1 January to June 1993


See Also