Philippine Association for the Study of Culture, History and Religion, (PASCHR) in partnership with the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) under its Program on Culture and National Identity, conducts the First International Conference at the Isabela State University, Cauayan City, Isabela, from January 28 to 30, bearing the theme “Reaffirming the Identity of Asia in Culture, History and Religion.”
In preparation for the 2015 ASEAN Integration, the conference aims to uphold the identity of each Southeast Asian country and strengthen their respective culture, history and religion through academic and cultural exchanges. The conference will present the characteristics of the Asean region in terms of language and literature, cultural songs and dances, architecture and engineering, religion’s rights and rituals, colonial history healing practices and social organization.
The two-day conference will be participated in by Filipino and foreign educators, researchers, historians from academic institutions. A call for paper presentations was conducted October of 2014 and an Early-Bird Registration was held in November 30, 2014.
For interested participants who were unable to register earlier, an on-site registration for
worth P4,000 happens on January 28.
PASCHR is established in the Philippines under umbrella of the regional organization South and Southeast Asian Association for the Study of Religion and Culture based in New Delhi.
For more information, you may call Dr. Gabriel Luna at 0905-6834141or 0930-3453400 or Dr. Esmeralda Sanchez at 0942-3839543/0927-2381983. Visit PASCHR blogspot or e-mail email@example.com.