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All about the Arts & Social Studies (CASS) News, Milestone, Highlights, and Updates

by Irish Mae Fernandez Fulfilling its mandate as Commission on Higher Education’s (CHED) Center of Development in Filipino, and in its pursuit to develop the culture of research, MSU-IIT’s Department of Filipino and Other Languages (DFIW), through its dynamic chairperson, Dr. Mary Ann Sandoval, and hardworking faculty members, successfully organized the 1st Salindunong Conference and 11th National...
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by Anna Ryana D. Tampogao “We wage war with the power to keep home. And home is always a tender thing,” said writer-film maker Adjani Arumpac during Woman/Hood: Changing Tapestries for Change, an International Women’s Day activity hosted by the Department of English, with support from Gender and Development Resource Center of the Office of...
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by Louise Francine M. Socillo “What is the most visited place in Iligan City?” When asked this question, one tourist spot rises above everyone else – the majestic Ma. Cristina Falls that powers 70% of Mindanao. You can ask even the most elderly in your family the history of Ma. Cristina, of how it existed...
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by Louise Francine M. Socillo In order to raise awareness and invite people to participate in peacebuilding efforts, the History Department conducted a lecture series on various topics relevant to the Marawi Siege. The three-part series was held in January and February at the Institute Mini-Theater. Citing the complexities surrounding the Marawi Siege and the...
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by Contributed news “How do anthropologists study emotions? And what is the relationship between emotions, memory, imagination, and the (un)making of an imagined community, particularly in contexts of violence, the liminality of uncertain peace, and the struggle for the right to self-determination?” Sociocultural anthropologist Rosa Cordillera A. Castillo from Humboldt University Berlin approached this question...
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by Michelle Jeanne Caracut, Office of the Chancellor Faculty member of the Department of History and Campus Secretary Dr. Jamail A. Kamlian was recently recognized for his contribution as co-author in the book Out of the Shadows: Violent, Conflict and the Real Economy of Mindanao. The book was hailed Best Book in the Social Sciences by...
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by Michelle Jeanne C. Caracut, Office of the Chancellor (with reports from members of NCWoLL Documentation Committee) Featuring award-winning writers and language education experts as resource persons and a geographically well-represented audience, the first National Conference-Workshop on Language and Literature (NCWoLL) organized by MSU-IIT’s Department of English exceeded all expectations during its three-day run last...
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by Contributed News The Department of History of the College of Arts & Social Sciences (CASS) received yesterday, November 13, the original manuscript titled The MSU-IIT Story: Memoirs of Manaros B. Boransing. Boransing also donated the loose pages of the manuscript written in his own handwriting. Dr. Rohane Derongan, Department Chair, Dr. Jamail A. Kamlian, Institute...
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by Sarah Elizabeth Allen In line with the Institute’s campaign for active news and web presence, the College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) will be hosting a whole day training on Responsible Journalism Workshop this October 13, 2017, Friday at the CASSalida Theater.  The event will cover trainings on News, Feature, Editorial Writing and Photo Journalism which...
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by Michelle Jeanne C. Caracut, Office of the Chancellor MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Center for Global Initiatives of Osaka University, Japan.  The MOU signaled a new commitment by both institutions for research collaboration, faculty and student exchange, and other international cooperation. The MOU was signed by...
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