As one of the consortium of five Filipino and four European institutions that compose the “Capacity building for Legal and Social Advancement in the Philippines“ or Calesa Consortium under the Erasmus+ Capacity Building High Education Project (609668-EPP-1-2019-1-ES-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP [2019 – 2012/001 – 001]) of the European Union, the University of San Agustin is hosting the Seminar on Global History and the Construction of Global Citizenship this 18-20 to 23-26 May 2022 at the Hotel Sta. Monica, University of San Agustin, Iloilo City.
Among the dignitaries who are gracing the event is the Coordinator of the CALESA Project, Dr. Jose Manuel de Torres Perea, of the Facultad de Derecho, Universidad de Malaga, Spain.
This CALESA Seminar is the first international event that the University is holding after the hiatus brought about by the CoVid-19 pandemic. The Seminar covers a wide range of topics about global citizenship construction and global history.
The roster of speakers is as follows:
Prof. Fernando Wulff Alonso, Universidad de Malaga
Topics: Introduction: The historiographic currents of global history; Human
beings in the world; Urban revolutions in the Eurasian continent and Africa; Main processes in a planetary view; The first globalization around the change of era; Universal religions; East Asia from a global perspective; and The second globalization (XIII-XV)
Fr. Antonio de Castro, S.J., Ateneo de Zamboanga University, Philippines Topic: The history of Christianity in the Philippines, nationalism, and the concept of ‘global citizenship’
Prof. Antonio Calvo Maturana, Universidad de Malaga,
Topics: An introduction to early modern and modern world system: Structures and processes; The Hispanic monarchy: A global empire (XV-XIX); Humanity; Imperialism and its consequences; and Crossed views
Prof. Felino S. Garcia Jr., University of the Philippines – Visayas, Philippines
Topic: “Levantado del Olvido”: Una Traducción de los Pájaros de Fuego A La Lengua Filipina
Atty. Raphael Perpetuo M. Lotilla, Asian Institute of Management, Philippines
Topic: Preliminary notes on the legal aspects of Spanish acquisition of sovereignty over the inhabitants of the Philippines
Ms. Ma. Christina A. Cañones, MA, Ateneo de Zamboanga University, Philippines The colonial designs and local constructions in the making of a Spanish town: The case of Zamboanga, 1719-1919
The event is hybrid: Professors Wulff, Calvo, and Garcia will be delivering their lectures in person before physical attendees at the University of San Agustin, while Fr. de Castro and Ms. Cañones and other attendees are joining via Zoom. It will be live-streamed on the University of San Agustin-Iloilo Facebook Page, https://www.facebook.com/sanagustiniloilo.
The co-presenters of the University of San Agustin for the event are the Universidad de Malaga and Ateneo de Zamboanga University, which are partner institutions in the Calesa Project.