Books: Ateneo University Press releases its September calendar of events
04 Sep 2022 | Ateneo University Press
Mark your calendars! September is sure to be jam-packed with stimulating and thoughtful conversations and amazing book deals you won't want to miss as Ateneo University Press releases its full list of activities for the month. The recently awarded Publisher of the Year will be holding a wide array of events for the whole month of September including book talks, lectures, book fairs, book signings, and many more.
TRANSIMPERIAL VIOLENCE AND THE MAKING OF THE MORO PROVINCE
Tuesday, 6 September 2022 | Faura Audio Visual Room | 4:30 - 6:00 PM PHT
This talk explores how colonial violence was imagined and enacted in the Moro Province, a partitioned sub-state of the U.S. colonial Philippines that existed from 1903 until 1914. Governed by U.S. Army officers, the province was the site of numerous eruptions of armed violence, most notably at Bud Dajo on the island of Jolo in 1906, where nearly 1000 Tausūg Moros were slaughtered by colonial troops. Such massacres existed alongside a culture of everyday violence manifested in policing and incarcerating Muslim and Lumad populations. I argue that to understand these events we need to contextualize them within a border-crossing framework that situates U.S. colonial violence-making within its proper transimperial setting. In this reading, events like the massacres at Bud Dajo or Bud Bagsak, or the “ordinary” violence of the Moro Province, were bound up in a wider punitive culture that existed across multiple colonized states. Reading violence in the Moro Province this way deprovincializes and re-centers Mindanao and the Sulu Archipelago in both U.S. and Philippine historiographies.
About the Speaker
Oliver Charbonneau is Lecturer in American History at the University of Glasgow. They are the author of Civilizational Imperatives: Americans, Moros, and the Colonial World, which was published by Cornell University Press in 2020 and Ateneo de Manila Press in 2022, and co-editor of The Gospel of Work and Money: Global Histories of Industrial Education, which is presently being prepared for publication. Their work on the US empire in the Southern Philippines has been published in Diplomatic History, The Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, Modern American History, and other venues. Oli is the winner of the 2022 Stuart L. Bernath Prize from the Society of Historians of American Foreign Relations and will be a Guest Fellow at Haverford College in Pennsylvania this autumn.
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BOOK TALK: ANG PAGBUO NG KARTOGRAPIYA
Paano nabuo ang aklat ng mga tula ni Ralph Fonte na pinamagatang Ang Kartograpiya ng Pagguho? Nauna ba ang mga tula sa mga guhit na napaloloob sa aklat? O nauna ang mga guhit bago isulat ang mga tula? O marahil nauna ang "pagguho" bago sinubukang mabuo ang Kartograpiya ng Pagguho.
Gayunpaman, nais naming usisain ang doktor, manlalakbay, at makatang si Ralph Fonte kasama ang mga gumuhit ng mga obra sa aklat na sina Jem Magbanua at Zeke Cancio tungkol sa kaugnayan ng aspetong biswal at tekstwal, guhit at titik, sining at panitikan.
Kasama si Yol Jamendang, Jr. ng Kagawaran ng Filipino ng Ateneo de Manila, samahan ninyo kami sa ika-7 ng Setyembre, 5:00 ng hapon sa Facebook Live para sa talakayan na ito.
9-9 BOOK SALE
Stay tuned for Ateneo Press's selection for this year's 9-9 sale at Shopee and Lazada! eBook sale starts at 20% off while selected print books are at 20-30% off! Visit our official Shopee and Lazada stores.
PAPER NEST: MARTIAL LAW BOOK BROWSING AND BOOK SALE
September 10-11 | 10:00 am—7:00 pm | In-person
ANIMA Art Space is featuring Ateneo Press's Marcos and Martial Law-related titles in the Paper Next Exhibition. Martial Law books will be open for browsing at their reading nook. History and other social sciences titles published by the Ateneo University Press will be on sale for the during of the exhibition.
On the last day of the exhibition, September 11, Karl Patrick Suyat of Project Gunita will deliver a talk about their archived Martial Law era materials. Join ANIMA Art Space, Paper Nest, Ateneo University Press, Mako Micro-Press, Tienda Wabas, and Project Gunita as we remember Martial Law.
WIKA NG/SA PANITIKAN
September 12 | 4:00 pm | Zoom and Facebook Live
Katuwang ang Kagawaran ng Filipino ng Pamantasang Ateneo de Manila at Baybayin Ateneo, tunghayan ang isang talakayan hinggil sa ilang bagong akdang Filipino at kung paanong naipamamalay ng mga akdang ito ang kapangyarihan at/o bisa ng ating mga katutubong wika.
Itatampok sa talakayan ang Aswanglaut ni Allan Derain, Ang mga iniiwan ng tubig ni Jason Tabinas, at Ang Kartograpiya ng Pagguho ni Ralph Fonte.
Ilalabas ang Zoom link sa Facebook, Instagram, at Twitter pages ng Ateneo University Press sa mga susunod na araw.
Ang Wika NG/SA Panitikan ay bahagi ng HANDÚRAW: Tungo sa Pagtataguyod at Preserbasyon ng Filipino at ng Ibang Nanganganib na Wika sa Pilipinas.
MANILA INTERNATIONAL BOOK FAIR
September 15-18 | 10:00 am—8:00 pm | In-person
MIBF returns to SMX Convention Center this year! Don't miss the following:
- Several AUP books will be on sale at 20-50% off
- Book bundles up to 35% off
- Book signing with Rody Vera, Allan Derain, Gary Devilles, Ralph Fonte, and Katrina Tuvera
KEEPING MEMORIES BOOK LAUNCH BY SEAPAVVA
September 21 | In-person
FDCP, in partnership with the South East Asia Pacific Audio-visual Archive Association (SEAPAVAA), will hold a book launch with a film archiving forum for Keeping Memories: Cinema and Archiving in the Asia-Pacific edited by filmmaker and historian Nick Deocampo at the Cinematheque Centre Manila.
The book is a joint publication of SEAPAVAA, FDCP, Ateneo University Press, and the Vietnam Film Institute.
More details will be announced soon.
AKLATAN SA SHOPEE
September 22-23 | Shopee
More details will be announced soon.
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