PoS Faculty Presented Papers in Philippine Studies Conference in Japan (PSCJ) 2018

November 26, 2018

HIROSHIMA, JAPAN - Dr. Jennifer Oreta and Mr. Hansley Juliano participated in the 4th Philippine Studies Conference in Japan (PSCJ) last 17-18 November 2018 at the Higashi-Hiroshima Campus of the Hiroshima University. The PSCJ is a quadrennial conference providing an avenue for new and interdisciplinary research on the field of Philippines Studies, with particular focus on linkages by Philippines and Japan-based scholars. This year's theme is "Three Decades of the Post-EDSA Philippines: Continuity, Discontinuity, and Emergence". Dr. Jennifer Santiago-Oreta, Assistant Professor, presented a paper entitled “Community Security Management in Conflict Environments: Focus on Mindanao”, lifting from her long-standing experience in security sector reform. For his part, Mr. Hansley Juliano, Lecturer, shared his University Research Council-funded project (in partnership with Dr. Felix Muga II and Dr. Christian Chan Shio of the Mathematic Department) entitled “How Clean Was 2016? Reviewing the 2016 Philippine Automated Elections and Piloting a Method to Detect Electoral Anomalies”.

Mr. Hansely Juliano during the PSCJ Conference.

Dr. Jennifer Oreta during the PSCJ Conference.