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Lalaw ha mga buntod (sacred mountains)

Navigating autonomy and forest conservation in two Philippine contested frontiers

Rights2LIFE: Towards a Responsive Criminal Justice System in the Philippines

Through research and education, this project aims to test the viability and further enforcement of a Responsive Criminal Justice in the Philippines.

Creative Actions in Times of Political Crisis and COVID-19 Pandemic: Everyday Vitalities in Conflicted Communities in Mindanao, Southern Philippines

Drawn from the context of the conducted multi-sited two-year ethnography with the internally displaced Lumad ethnolinguistic groups in Manila and Mindanao, Southern Philippines also known as Lumad "bakwit" (evacuees) before and during the militarized lockdown and global COVID-19 pandemic, this Ph.D. research project provides a transdisciplinary, theoretical, methodological, and empirical narrative of the impact of the militarized pandemic in the Philippines on the internally displaced Lumad evacuees who politically act, resist, and speak out on issues such as human rights violations, environmental plunder of their ancestral domain, widespread state-sponsored impunity, and deprivation of social services.

A Tale of Two Crises: A Computer-aided Textual Analysis of Online Discourses and Narratives of Security during the Mamasapano Clash (2015) and Marawi Siege (2017)

In this project that combines a historical background of literary representation, social media and digital technologies, digitized and online texts published in the Philippines from 2001 to 2020 will be analyzed.