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9月20日(周四)下午3:00讲座“Reform as Pasyon: Anti-Corruption Movements in the Philippines”
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    目:Reform as Pasyon: Anti-Corruption Movements in the Philippines

演讲人:Prof.Mark R. Thompson

                 Director, Southeast Asia Research Centre (SEARC)

and Professor of Politics, City University of Hong Kong

    间:2012920日(周四)下午3:00

    点:颂恩楼(嘉三)514会议室

主办单位:厦门大学国际关系学院/南洋研究院

 

 

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Reform as Pasyon:

Anti-Corruption Movements in the Philippines

 

Mark R. Thompson

 

Director, Southeast Asia Research Centre (SEARC)

and Professor of Politics, City University of Hong Kong

 

In the Philippine context, modern ‘reformism’originated with Jose Rizal and other ilustradoscampaigning against exploitative Spanish colonial rule. More recently, it has involved challenging corrupt politicians exemplified by Ramon Magsaysay’s rise to the presidency in the early 1950s or Corazon C. Aquino’s defeat of Ferdinand E. Marcos in the mid-1980s.Philippine reformism has been anchored in a tradition of personal sacrifice which historian Reynaldo Ileto argues can createa political movement by drawing inspiration from thePasyon tradition which honors Christ’s suffering. Among the examples analyzed in this talk will be Rizal’s execution and the anti-colonial movement, Benigno S. Aquino, Jr.’s murderand the fall of Marcos, and the death of ‘Cory’ Aquino and the landslide election of her son Benigno ‘Noynoy” Aquino, IIIto the presidencyin 2010.

 

About the speaker:

Mark R. Thompson has been interested in Philippine politics since he was a student at the University of the Philippinesfrom 1984 to 1985. He spent three years doing interviews and field research for his Ph.D. thesis (published as The Anti-Marcos Struggle, Yale 1995). He has since published extensively on Southeast Asian politics. Before moving to Hong Kong he taught at Yale University, the University of Dresden, Glasgow University, the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, and Passau University. He was recently the Lee Kong Chian distinguished fellow for Southeast Asian Studies at the National University Singapore and Stanford University.

 

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