Raising heritage consciousness in Pinagbayanan, San Juan, Batangas, Philippines | Ang pagtaguyod ng kaalaman tungkol sa pamanang lahi sa bayan ng San Juan, Batangas

  title={Raising heritage consciousness in Pinagbayanan, San Juan, Batangas, Philippines | Ang pagtaguyod ng kaalaman tungkol sa pamanang lahi sa bayan ng San Juan, Batangas},
  author={Andrea Natasha Kintanar and Grace Barretto-Tesoro},
  journal={Journal of The Saudi Pharmaceutical Society},
Tuklas Pilipinas is a non-profit group whose mission is to promote heritage literacy in the Philippines. Tuklas developed a module for the general public to increase heritage consciousness about archaeological excavations in Philippine municipalities. The module incorporates concepts from Personal Interpretation (a method used for Heritage Interpretation) as well as activity-based lessons and lectures. Workshop participants: 1) gain additional knowledge about their local history; 2) connect the… 
1 Citations

Collaboration, engagement, and Cambodia: Archaeological perspectives on cultural heritage

ABSTRACT Community archaeology remains rare in Southeast Asian archaeology, where most archaeological engagement takes place within archaeological heritage management contexts. What should community



Building in 19th Century Philippines

Prominent structures in Philippine history include those constructed during the Spanish colonial period such as churches, fortifications, and “stone houses” or bahay na bato associated with the

Early Settlements in San Juan, Batangas, Philippines – Some Hypotheses

This paper discusses the results of the 2008 and 2010 archaeological surveys in San Juan, Batangas. It describes potential and excavated archaeological sites in the area with the view of

Community involvement and heritage management in rural South Africa

  • N. Mokoena
  • Sociology
    Participatory Archaeology and Heritage Studies
  • 2019
ABSTRACT Located in the former Transkei homeland of the apartheid era, now the Eastern Cape Province, Matatiele is one of many disadvantaged though culturally rich communities in South Africa. Both

Community archaeology and heritage in Africa: decolonizing practice

King, T. F. 2009. Our Unprotected Heritage: Whitewashing the Destruction of Our Cultural and Natural Resources. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press. Smith, L. 2006. Uses of Heritage. London:

Public Archaeology in Thailand

Archaeology, as part of cultural heritage management, has recently become very important for economic development in Thailand and similarly economically disadvantaged countries elsewhere in Southeast

New Sites in Southeastern Batangas, Philippines. Report on the Survey Conducted by the UP-Archaeological Studies Program in 2008

Research in Batangas started in the early 20th century and focused in the southwestern part of the province. The eastern part of Batangas due to research agenda was generally overlooked. T o examine

Community Involvement in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Management

Community archaeology has conferred an alternative dimension on conventional archaeology and heritage management, empowering previously powerless peoples, particularly the indigenous and local

The Application of the Laws of the Indies in the Pacific: the Excavation of Two Old Stone-Based Houses in San Juan, Batangas, Philippines

During the Spanish Occupation of the Philippines from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries, the Laws of the Indies and ordinances determined where settlements should be established and how

Of Scrapes and Scratches: A Preliminary Study on the Use-wear of Porcelain Sherds from Structure A, Pinagbayanan, San Juan, Batangas, Philippines

Research conducted by the University of the Philippines-Archaeological Studies Program in San Juan, Batangas began with a survey in 2008. This led to a systematic archaeological excavation of a stone

Building in the Past: A Preliminary Analysis of the Construction Materials and Methods Used in Structure A in Barangay Pinagbayanan, San Juan, Batangas

The Batangas Field School Program under its field director, Grace Barretto-Tesoro, has been excavating Structure A, Site I in Barangay Pinagbayanan, San Juan, Batangas for two consecutive years. In