Philippines from the inside (and) out
|Thursday 6th December||3:30-4:45||G11 3.60|
What is the state of affairs in the Philippines? Filipino writers discuss the complexities of contemporary affairs from an insider’s perspective, as well as the writer’s personal and ethical responsibilities in narrating to the ‘outside’ world.
Join Jose Dalisay, Marby Vilaceran and Luna Cleto, moderated by Roland Tolentino.
See detailed biography of panelists here.
Individual session tickets: $18 Full Price // $15 Concession.
This session is also included in a day pass or a 3 day program pass. Day Pass: $50 Full Price // $45 Concession. Program Pass: $120 Full Price // $100 Concession.
Marby Villaceran is a Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of the Philippines. She has a BA and MA in Creative Writing, plus a PhD in Sociology.
Luna Sicat Cleto teaches Creative Writing in Filipino at the University of Philippines in Dillman. She has published extensively in Filipino.
Jose Dalisay Jr., has published more than 30 books of fiction and nonfiction. His second novel, Soledad’s Sister, was shortlisted for the inaugural Man Asian Literary Prize in 2007. Dalisay is a professor of English and Creative Writing at the University of the Philippines.
Rolando B. Tolentinois faculty of University of the Philippines Film Institute and the Director of the UP Institute of Creative Writing. His research interests include Philippine literature, popular culture, cinema and media, interfacing national and transnational issues.
Please choose your ticket type below - Single Session, Day Pass or a Festival Program Pass.
This session is also included as part of a day pass or three day program pass. Day Pass - $50 Full Price // $45 Concession. Gives access to all session on the day of your selection, excluding workshops.
Full three day program pass - $120 Full Price // $100 Concession. Gives access to all sessions excluding workshops.