Lectures

“Capturing the Dwelling Place and Filth in American Manila.” For the course HIST2175 Medicine, Propaganda, and Colonialism in Asia, 1895-1945, Department of History, The University of Hong Kong. (October 2020)

“The Ice Plant Cometh: The Insular Cold Storage and Ice Plant, Livestock Health, and the Imperial Bioterioration of American Manila, 1900-1941.” Hosted by the Centre for Humanities and Medicine, The University of Hong Kong. (January 2020)

“Foodways and Health: Tracking Meat in the American Philippines.” As part of the Philippine History Lecture Series, Department of History, Ateneo de Manila University. (October 2019)

“Reclaiming by Adobo: Food, Survival, and Philippine Identities in Migrant Geographies.” For the Comparative Literature Festival, hosted by the Society of Comparative Literature, A.A.H.K.U.S.U., The University of Hong Kong. (April 2019)

“Animals as Food: Changing Animal-Human Relationships in the Philippines during the Long Nineteenth Century.” For the course HIST2077 Eating History: Food Cultures From the 19th Century to the Present, Department of History, The University of Hong Kong. (March and October 2019)

“Stand Up and Deliver!: Two-Part Workshop on Effective Presentation Design and Delivery.” Facilitated workshop to postgraduate and advanced undergraduate students of Shun Hing College, The University of Hong Kong. (October 2018)

“Playing the Past: Notes on Digital Game Music in Learning Historical Metanarratives.” Hosted by the HKU Music Postgraduate Forum, Department of Music, The University of Hong Kong. (April 2018)

“Gamifying the Constitution: Investigating Current Problems through Digital Games.” Facilitated workshop hosted by the TALAB (Talakayang Alay sa Bayan), Ateneo de Manila University. (March 2017)

“History of Sh*t: Movements of Public Health in Philippine History.” Hosted by the Project Laan, Ateneo de Manila University. (March 2017)

“‘You are What You Eat’: Musings on Food, Wellness, and Philippine History.” As part of the Social Science-Level Talks, hosted by the School of Social Sciences, Ateneo de Manila University. (February 2017)

“History, Economics, and Digital Games.” As part of the Ateneo-DLSU-UP Trade-Off, hosted by the Ateneo Economics Association. (October 2016)

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