NEW QUINCENTENNIAL LECTURE FEATURES THE ANCIENT PHILIPPINE BOATS
Posted on 03 November 2020
By NQC Secretariat
Spanish accounts and archival sources are rich in Philippine maritime documentation such as on boats. This will be the topic of the 12th Quincentennial Lecture Series on 5 November 2020, Thursday, 10 am, with Dr. Maria Bernadette Abrera, Dean of the UP College of Social Sciences and Philosophy Diliman. It will be streamed LIVE on the following Facebook pages:
- National Quincentennial Committee
- Presidential Communications (Government of the Philippines)
- Radio Television Malacañang – RTVM
- National Historical Commission of the Philippines
- DepEd Philippines
- Department of Foreign Affairs, Republic of the Philippines
- National Commission for Culture and the Arts
- Local Historical Committees Network
- Project Saysay
To earn a certificate from this lecture, kindly register and tune in via Quincentennial Online Lecture Portal here [https://portal.nqc.gov.ph/lectures/countdown-to-500-no-11-periodization-and-colonization-the-case-of-cordillera-history/]
The Quincentennial Online Lecture Series Live aims to diversify discussions about the 500th anniversary of the Victory at Mactan, the Philippine part in the first circumnavigation of the world, and other related events in 1521, collectively known as the 2021 Quincentennial Commemorations in the Philippines (2021 QCP) per Executive Order No. 103 (2020).
📷 Balangay and vinta sections, from the c. 1870 documentation of world watercraft by Rafael de Monleon, from Museo Naval de Madrid.