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ABOUT ME

I have been teaching undergraduate philosophy and allied courses since 1999, mostly at Ateneo de Manila University (where I am an assistant professor and coordinator of graduate programs at the philosophy department). I was a senior lecturer, then an associate lecturer, of education at London Metropolitan University, and I also taught on the undergraduate education studies program at University College London. My research interests are at the intersection of philosophy and education. 

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EDUCATION

RESEARCH PROJECTS

2016-2021

University College London

PhD in Philosophy of Education, UCL Institute of Education

Title: Teaching National Identity in Post-colonial Contexts: An Arendtian Reimagination

Education for Reparation and Climate Justice

I am currently working on an internally funded project on education for reparation and climate justice.

1999-2004

Ateneo de Manila University

MA Philosophy

Thesis: The Postmodern Politics of Hannah Arendt

2007-2013

Institute of Education, University of London

MA Citizenship Education with Distinction

Awardee, 150th Anniversary Prize for Academic Achievement

Dissertation: Chinese-Filipinos, A Missing Minority?: The Exclusion of Chinese-Filipinos in Grade School Social Science Textbooks

1994-1998

Ateneo de Manila University

AB Philosophy cum laude

Critical ​Social Theory: A Philippine Lens

I am involved in a project with other Filipino women philosophers, seeking to interrogate ideas about critical social theory from a Philippine perspective. The project is led by Kelly Agra (University College Dublin and University of the Philippines - Baguio).
 

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