Heritage Cyberspace, Dr. Fernando N. Zialcita
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Presented on Day 1 of the AUDRN International Conference/Workshop at Miriam College. Dr. Zialcita is inclined to argue, among other things, that Spanish Architecture in the Philippines is ...

Presented on Day 1 of the AUDRN International Conference/Workshop at Miriam College. Dr. Zialcita is inclined to argue, among other things, that Spanish Architecture in the Philippines is actually Filipino Architecture. Think about the Nakpil House in Manila.

Increasingly cyberspace has become a terrain where knowledge is stored, developed and promoted. Two archives have been opened recently. One is by Ateneo de Manila as an institution. This is the Epics and Ballads Archives under the patronage of Rev. Bienvenido Nebres SJ. This archive brings together collected epics and ballads from various ethnic groups from all over the Philippines. Chants have been recorded and can be heard. At the same time they have been transcribed and translated into three languages, and are interpreted contextually vis-a-vis their cultural community by expert specialists. Another archive was opened by scholars working  for the Institute of Philippine Culture in connection with their ongoing Inventory of Heritage Structures in Manila and Metro Manila.The archive stores information on heritage movements in the Philippines, on pertinent legislation and visual documentation of the several thousand structures that they examined.

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  • 1. HERITAGE IN CYBERSPACE: TWO CONTRIBUTIONS BY ATENEO DE MANILA Fernando N. Zialcita Ph.D. Director Cultural Heritage Studies Program Department of Sociology and Anthropology Ateneo de Manila University
  • 2. ATENEO EPICS AND BALLADS ARCHIVES
  • 3. ALIGUYON, SON OF AMTALAO (IFUGAO)
  • 4.
    • The Ifugao Rice Terraces
    • Photo by Nicole Revel
  • 5. Photo by Nicole Revel
    • “ Someone is shouting,” said Aliguyon, son of Amtalao.
    • Straight away he ran to the house yard of Dayagan, He looked down at the stone yard of the granary of Dayagan.
  • 6. Photo by Nicole Revel
    • He entered their house in the center of Dayagan.
    • He got the shield of their father, old man Panga’iwan,
    • Went down to the yard of Dayagan...
  • 7.
    • He too went down to the paddy fields of Dayagan.
    • And the spear of Gumingin, Gumingin, son of Dinug-anan,
    • He hurled it at Aliguyon, Aliguyon, son of Amtalao.
    Photo by Nicole Revel
  • 8. TUMULIN KU KAYAMAG (TALA-ANDIG, BUKIDNON)
  • 9.
    • It was designed beautifully,
    • It had many colors.
    • The designs were varied,
    • And had beautiful embroidery,
    • And pretty stitch work.
    • Photos by Nicole Revel
  • 10.
    • All were busy embroidering, Their fifty needles were moving in unison.
    • Photos by Nicole Revel
  • 11. KUDAMAN (PALAWAN)
  • 12.
    • He quickly took up a mallet for the agung, the great gong.
    • This was made of pure gold, and shone on another world...
    • Photo by
    • Nicole Revel
  • 13. He pounded over and over again on the great gong.
    • Truly, it was as though it spoke.
    • Seven times did the sound of the metal travel around the world.
    • And then again for a second round.
    • Print by Anna Fer
  • 14. THE ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE OF MANILA/ METRO MANILA
  • 15. AN EXAMPLE FROM TONDO
  • 16. Tondo: Almeda House
  • 17. Tondo: Almeda House
  • 18. Tondo: Almeda House
  • 19. Tondo: Almeda House
  • 20. EXAMPLES FROM SAMPALOC
  • 21.
    • Mabini Shrine, PUP Campus
  • 22. Mabini Shrine, PUP Campus
  • 23. Mabini Shrine, PUP Campus
  • 24. Houses from Balic-Balic
  • 25.  
  • 26. Tuloy Po Kayo!