In The Pipeline

In the Pipeline: January 2014

In the Pipeline is a monthly roundup of upcoming conferences, lectures, and other events to get up to speed on the social sciences. Interested parties may contact the editorial staff by clicking on “Contact Us” on the left sidebar or by emailing thedailyopium@gmail.com

Image from TWSC's FB Account

Image from TWSC’s FB Account

The Third World Studies Center will hold A public lecture by Dr. Maria Makabenta Ikeda and Dr. Aysun Uyar Makibayashi on 13 January 2014 (Monday) 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm at Room 204, Diliman Interactive Learning Center, Magsaysay Avenue corner Apacible Street, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City

Drs Ikeda and Makibayashi will talk about “Regional Development and Social Entrepreneurship in the Philippines: Turning Migration Strategy on Its Head” and “International Migration Regimes and Human Security” respectively. Click here for more details.

Image taken from TWSC FB Account

Image taken from TWSC’s FB Account

The Third World Study Center presents a public forum on “Pag Meron Ka Nito, Wala Kang Talo! Ang mga Abugado, ang Hudikatura, at ang mga Arkitekturang Legal ng Awtoritaryanismong Marcos” on the 15th of January 2014 (Wednesday), 1:00 to 4:00 PM at Pulungang Claro M. Recto, Bulwagang Rizal, Kolehiyo ng Arte at Literatura, Unibersidad ng Pilipinas-Diliman.

For more information, click here.

Image courtesy of Ibon Foundation’s Facebook Page

Also on the 15th of January 2014 (Wednesday), the IBON Foundation’s Yearend Birdtalk features a discussion of the important events and challenges of the year that was, in light of what could the country and its people be facing in 2014, starting 1:00 PM at Balay Kalinaw, University of the Philippines Diliman. If interested, you may want to check out there Facebook page.

Image courtesy of the TWSC Writeshop Call for Applications Facebook Event Page

The Third World Studies Center calls for applications for its 2013 Writeshop to be held on 28-30 May 2014. Ten applicants will be selected, who may be social science graduate students, early career researchers, and junior faculty members from any Philippine higher education institution. For more details on the said writeshop, click here.

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