ICCS2 Program

Some 150 paper presentations have been organized into 40 panels in what promises to be an exciting gathering of scholars, academics, and enthusiasts interested in Indigenous Studies.

 

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Accommodations at The Manor

The ICCS2 is just two months away. You are probably making arrangements for your accommodation during the conference. We are pleased to let you know that we have been granted preferential rates for Superior Twin Rooms at The Manor Camp John Hay, Baguio City. The said room has a capacity of 2 persons, and costs […]

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How to get to Baguio?

The City of Baguio is 208 Kilometers (130 Miles) from the capital, Metro Manila. FROM THE NINOY AQUINO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (NAIA) TO A BUS TERMINAL, there are numerous options for getting to a bus terminal from the international airport, as follows: 1. Airport Taxi. From the international and domestic airports in Manila, there are official airport cabs […]

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ICCS2 Endorsements

CHED Endorsement of ICCS2 NCIP Endorsement of ICCS2 DOST Endorsement of ICCS2 DILG Endorsement of ICCS2 PCW Endorsement of ICCS2

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About the Images

  The images used in this website are photographs of works of Cordilleran artist Kizel Cotiw-an. These works of art were inspired by various stories of nature spirits in the Cordillera Region. The artist believes that these entities are the life of the forest, sustaining natural cycles and maintaining ecological balance, and are thus worthy of […]

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ICCS2 Call for Papers

  The ICCS2 will address the general theme of “Indigenous Studies in the Philippines: Issues and Prospects.”  We envision this event as a venue for the presentation and discussion of comparative indigenous studies, highlighting recent research and various theoretical approaches and methodologies within and across disciplines. This conference also aims to promote debate and identify directions […]

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