The Southeast Asian - Latin American Connection

Session Schedule

Panel A: Peoples and Heritage in Old Filipinas-Mexic o-Peru Network
23 November 2021 9:00-11:00 p.m
Moderated by: Assoc. Dean Rene Salvania, University of the East / PACLAS
Philippine National Anthem
Welcome Remarks
Assistant Secretary Kira Christianne D. Azucena Department of Foreign Affairs
Introduction of the Speakers
Assoc. Dean Rene Salvania University of the East
The Philippine Heritage in Mexico: A Continuing History
Dr. Paulina Machuca El Colegio de Michoacán
The Manila Galleon system: Cultural Change on Both Sides of the Pacific Ocean
Dr. Cuauhtémoc Villamar Siam Society (Mexico)
Textiles and Other Trade Goods: Spanish America and Asia Pacific Connection in the Sixteenth Century
Dr. Kristyl Obispado University of the Philippines Diliman
Filipinos and Other Asians in Peru
Dr. Francis Navarro Ateneo de Manila University
Opening Remarks
Closing Remarks
Executive Director Romulo Victor Israel Department of Foreign Affairs
Panel B: Trade and Cross-Cultural Encounters in “Nuevo Mundo”
24 November 2021 8:00-10:00 p.m.
Moderated by: Dr. Christian George Francisco, De La Salle University - Dasmariñas / PACLAS
Welcome Remarks
Dr. Ferdinand Llanes Chair PACLAS/ University of the Philippines Diliman
Introduction of the Speakers
Dr. Christian George Francisco De La Salle University - Dasmariñas
Legislating Bridewealth and Brideprice: Making Cross Cultural Connections in the Colonial Hispanic World
Dr. Marya Svetlana Camacho University of Asia & the Pacific
The Stay of Magellan's Fleet in Rio de Janeiro: Mariners and Natives in Guanabara Bay
Paulo Roberto Pereira Universidade Federal Fluminense
The Stay of Magellan's Fleet in Rio de Janeiro: Mariners and Natives in Guanabara Bay
Dr. Paulo Knauss Universidade Federal Fluminense
Los Tres Niveles del Comercio Triangular en el Pacífico, 1575-1634 / The Three Levels of Triangular Trade in the Pacific, 1575-1634
Dr. Jaime Rosenblitt Biblioteca Nacional de Chile
Unlikely Contacts between Southeast Asia and South America. Argentine and Philippine Relations during the XVII and XVIII Centuries (1600 - 1810)
Dr. Ezequiel Ramoneda Institute of International Relations of the National University of La Plata
Open Forum
Closing Remarks
Dr. Fernando N. Zialcita PACLAS/Ateneo de Manila University
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