New Quincentennial Lecture Revisits History Periodization

Posted on 27 October 2020
By NQC Secretariat

Dr. Maria Nela Florendo of the University of the Philippines Baguio challenges the monolithic periodization of national history as applied in writing local history. As we approach the 2021 Quincentennial Commemorations in the Philippines (2021 QCP), let us ponder upon how resistances to Spanish colonial rule and ethnic preferences of time enrich our understanding of the past and our identity.

The 11th Quincentennial Lecture Series will be streamed LIVE on 28 October 2020, Wednesday, 10am, on the following Facebook pages:

  1. National Quincentennial Committee
  2. Presidential Communications (Government of the Philippines)
  3. Radio Television Malacañang – RTVM
  4. National Historical Commission of the Philippines
  5. DepEd Philippines
  6. Department of Foreign Affairs, Republic of the Philippines
  7. National Commission for Culture and the Arts
  8. Local Historical Committees Network
  9. Project Saysay

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In 2021, we will commemorate the Philippine part in the achievement of science and humankind in circumnavigating the planet for the first time. Central in this commemoration is the 500th anniversary of the Victory at Mactan on 27 April 2021. These and more are collectively known as the 2021 Quincentennial Commemorations in the Philippines by virtue of Executive Order No. 103 (2020). Know more about the event here: ?

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