HASAAN Vol. 7 authors impart wisdom in Filipino research

Contributors of HASAAN journal Tomo VII shared their research process in a lecture forum held last February 28 at the Lourdes Custodio Multipurpose Room, Albertus Magnus Building.

HASAAN is the UST Departamento ng Filipino’s annual interdisciplinary refereed journal in Filipino, which features articles focused on Filipino as a field of knowledge from researchers and scholars in the country.

Rev. Fr. Jannel N. Abogado, O.P., Vice Rector for Research and Innovation, delivered the opening remarks, while Dr. Wennielyn Fajilan introduced the journal to students and teachers who attended the event.

Mr. Mark Anthony S. Angeles, a Filipino and Media Studies academic staff, discussed his research paper “Ang Kaso ng Estupadong Tao, Resureksiyonista, at ni Jerry Dayunyor: Ilang Talâ sa Pagsasalin sa Filipino ng A Tale of Two Cities ni Charles Dickens” and underscored the value of writing research in Filipino. Axle Christien J. Tugano, a faculty member at University of the Philippines Los Baños, explained how he created his paper “Mga Pangako ng Puso, Mga Sakripisyo ng Kamay: Imahen ng Estados Unidos bilang Kanlungang Pilipino Batay sa mga Piling Pelikula ni Olivia Lamasan.” Meanwhile, Jay-Mar Luza, Campus Research & Development Unit Head of Bulacan State University, discussed his paper “Pagsusuri sa mga Paraan ng Pagbabaybay sa Filipino ng mga Piling Tabloid sa Filipino.”

Authors who were not in Manila during that time presented through video. This includes Ian Mark P. Nibalvos, instructor at Samar State University, who expounded on the paper “Leksikal na Elaborasyon ng Salitang ‘Communicable Disease’ sa Panahon ng Pandemya,” which he co-authored with Thomasian students Jeremiah Victoria T. Dimasacat, Jeffrey Louis V. Din, Chelsea Angela M. Domingo, Aleyah Zoe Hannah R. Dumayag, Chelsea A. Dural, Jonathan Josh H. Duran, Mary Martie L. Durana, Justine Denyll P. Elazegui, Rhon Silhouette Louisse G. Empaynado, and Shanaine Neve A. Escal. Gerard P. Concepcion, Assistant Professor at University of the Philippines, Diliman, shared insights about his paper “Kalakasan, Kahinaan, Oportunidad at Banta ng Programang Philippine Track ng Busan University of Foreign Studies: Mga Implikasyon sa Pagtuturo ng Wikang Filipino sa Labas ng Pilipinas.”

Starting April 1, HASAAN Tomo VII will be available at the journal’s official website (https://hasaan.ust.edu.ph/).

Readers will also be able to access “Antas ng Pagtanggap: Filipino Bilang Wikang Panturo ng mga Asignaturang Pang-Akawntansi” by Kristoffer Ban Cabiles, Maria Jeaia Cao, Aldrienne Mae Dela Cruz, Melrein Vinsie Galang, Ivan Pispis, Romelyn Piloneo, Cyril Vedania, and Baby Jean Jose from Central Luzon State University, and “Pagbuo ng Modyul 1 para sa Special Filipino Beginners’ Program sa Baitang 7 ng DLSU Integrated School” by Princess Gissel Dionela-Servo, from De La Salle University–Laguna Campus.

In her closing remarks, Assoc. Prof. Pilar I. Romero, Ph.D., dean of UST College of Education, recalled how HASAAN came into existence and how it was kept alive by former UST instructors Jonathan Geronimo and Crizel Sicat-De Laza, who themselves contributed articles to the journal.

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