INVITATION TO APPLY FOR TEACHING POSITIONS (AY 2019-20)

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INVITATION TO APPLY FOR TEACHING POSITIONS

 

The Department of Anthropology is inviting applicants for Full-time and Part-time teaching positions for 2nd semester AY 2019-20.

Candidates must have overall teaching competence, preferably with PhD/ MA degree in Anthropology. The applicants must submit the following:

Invitation to apply for teaching position

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INVITATION TO APPLY FOR TEACHING POSITIONS

 

The Department of Anthropology is inviting applicants for Full-time and Part-time teaching positions for AY 2018-19.

Candidates must have overall teaching competence, preferably with PhD/ MA degree in Anthropology. The applicants must submit the following:

1) Letter of application addressed to the Chair of the Department;

2) Official Transcript of Records/true copy of grades;

3) Curriculum Vitae with 2x2 ID picture

4)  At least 2 letters of recommendation from academic mentors and/or work supervisors.

Applications must be received at the Department of Anthropology on or before 31 March 2019. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted for an interview.

 

Address your application to:

SOLEDAD NATALIA M. DALISAY, PhD
Chair
Department of Anthropology
Rm 1317 Pavilion 1
University of the Philippines
Diliman, Quezon City

Salimbayan: dance for wellness

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Salimbayan: dance for wellness

Salimbayan, which literally means to simultaneously glide or swoop, is an exploratory endeavor in harnessing indigenous music and dance to espouse the physical, emotional and social well-being of the UP Diliman community—faculty, staff, students and alumni. It aims to offer the UP community an alternative avenue to be physically, emotionally and socially fit to face the daily challenges of campus life.

This project highlights the pangalay dance movements, a pre-colonial indigenous dance from the Sulu Archipelago. Traditional musical accompaniment will be used as well as music from various genres. Each session will be guided by trained dance instructors using the Amilbangsa Instruction Method (AIM). This will cover limbering and concentration exercises as well as basic pangalay postures and gestures.