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  • 1. Four Research Projects on Local Knowledge 2012
  • 2. In Search of Indigenous/Traditional Knowledge and Practices of Tan-awan Village West Negros University Dr. Norberto P. Mangulabnan Director, Research, Development and Extension Office Victoria E. Demonteverde Associate for Research Research Development and Extension Office
  • 3. Tan-awan, Kabankalan, Negros Occidental
  • 4. The broad aim is to discover, document and preserve theindigenous /traditional arts, culture and practices of Tan-awan Village and share these to others, particularly students through local theatre and publications
  • 5. Passing On the Gift: Local Healing Modalities in an Ayta Community inFloridablanca, Pampanga, Philippines, Miriam College Dr. Victoria N. Apuan Chairperson, Social Sciences Department College of Arts and Sciences
  • 6. One major goal is to use the local knowledge shared withthe younger Aytas and other young people who may want toaccept the gift of healing methodologies that are passed on.The research findings could be used as material for courses such as Sociology 101, Theology 104, and International Studies courses on the undergraduate level and Religious Education 211 -Inculturation and Filipino Theology on the graduate level.
  • 7. The Virgins of Cavite: Religiosity, Arts and History De La Salle University – Dasmariñas, Cavite Teresita P. Unabia, Director, Cavite Studies Center (CSC) Dr. Bernardo N. Sepeda, Coordinator, Textbook and Instructional Materials Development (TIMD), University Research Office (URO) Ms. Rosanni R. Sarile, Director, Marketing Communications Office (MCO)
  • 8. This study is expected to provide an extensive documentation both in written and in multi-media format on the faith- ritual-historical dimensions of Caviteños devotionto the Blessed Virgin Mary. It will help renew and strengthenthe veneration to and appreciation of the role of the Blessed Virgin in the lives of the Caviteños, particularly students.
  • 9. Building Bridges between Formal Laws and Living Laws: An Action Research on Indigenous Laws in the Philippines Angeles University Foundation Ateneo de Zamboanga University, Zamboanga City Father Saturnino Urios University, Butuan City University of St. La Salle, Bacolod City Miriam College, Quezon City
  • 10. The main goal of this study is to gather and document IP laws and dissect them vis-à-vis national official laws(particularly the Republic Act No. 8371, otherwise known as“The Indigenous Peoples Rights Act of 1997) in the hope of identifying gaps—contextual divergence, conceptual variances and even political premises—in order to provide an analysis of existing conflict, bridge understanding andconsensus among stakeholders, and offer case studies that could inform suitable legislative bills for possible sponsorship in Philippine Congress.
  • 11. Community Site: http://people.audrn.netMahara Research Site : http://firstconnexions. com/ub/audrn