Associate Professorial Lecturer Archie B. Resos, Ph.D., of the UST Graduate School led paper presenters from the UST Faculty of Arts and Letters in the Third International Conference on Politics and International Studies at the Universiti Malaysia Sabah in Kota Kinabalu.
Resos, who also serves as the UST Department of History Chair, presented his research from the UST Research Center on Culture, Arts and Humanities titled “Ferdinand Marcos, Sr. and Joseph Estrada: From the Narrative of Political Tower to the Story of the United Filipino People Power.”
The international conference in the Universiti Malaysia Sabah brought together researchers, scholars, practitioners, and academicians from various parts of the world who have interests in political and historical discourses. It had for its theme “Navigating Malaysia’s Domestic and International Political Challenges in the Post-Covid Era”. The conference was sponsored by the UMS Centre for the Promotion of Knowledge and Language Learning in cooperation with the UMS Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, and the Malaysian Social Science Association.