The University’s History Department, under the College of Arts and Sciences, encourages Rizal, Filipino and Social Studies educators to take part in the seminar-workshop set to highlight the ideas on citizenship by our national hero Dr. Jose P. Rizal in his works “Noli Me Tangere” and “El Filibusterismo”. The workshop begins on April 25, and will culminate on April 27 (Wednesday to Friday). It will be held at the Telengtan Hall, UA&P Campus.

Dr. Paul A. Dumol will head the seminar, with seminar speakers to be Dr. Clement C. Camposano, Dr. Arnel E. Joven and Dr. Marya Svetlana T. Camacho. Dr. Joachim Emilio B. Antonio is also expected to stage “Romance and Revolution: A Play on Jose Rizal in Dapitan” during the 3-day workshop.

Those who intend to attend may also view the event’s program here.

Interested participants may register here.

UA&P faculty and students may attend the workshop free of charge.

On Day 1, April 25, a book launch for “The Nation as Project: A New Reading of Jose Rizal’s Life and Works” will also be held. The book is written by UA&P’s Dr. Dumol and Dr. Camposano, and will be published by Vibal Group, Inc. The launch is set at 3:15 PM to 4:30 PM, and all attendees are invited to witness the event.

For all related inquiries, you may contact Ms. Jam Fernandez or Ms. Danielle Calantuan-Mejos at (02) 637-0912 locals 277 or 278, or visit their pages, or UA&P History Seminar Workshop 2018.