Since the time of the Reformist Movement (1870s-1890s), Filipino scholars have been reinterpreting Philippine history from a nationalist/Malay/Asian stand point, so to speak the struggle to an ideal National History. This session extols the development of the research, writings, and understanding on the world of our ancestors.
Emancipating the Philippines from Spanish Colonial History
Moderated by: Dr. Maria Luisa T. Camagay, Philippine Historical Association
Philippine National Anthem
Pacto de Sangre: The Spanish Conquest and Emplotment of Philippine History
Science, Spirituality and Socialism in Don Belong’s Early Writings on the Iglesia Filipina Independiente
Illustrado Pioneers and Nationalist Histories
Moderated by: Dr. David O. Lozada III, Department of History, Ateneo de Manila University