Walled City by Night: Ghost Stories and the Popular Reimagination of Intramuros’ Historic Past

By Geneva G. Curato, Patricia Mae C. Magaoay, and Ace Carlo S. Oronia Note: This is a paper produced under the Internship Program of the IA Center for Intramuros Studies. Abstract Intramuros is perhaps the most well-known Spanish establishment in the Philippines, popular for its many grandiose Spanish architectures and its fortified wall. Since its continue reading : Walled City by Night: Ghost Stories and the Popular Reimagination of Intramuros’ Historic Past

If Walls Could Talk: Contemporary Media’s Perception of Fort Santiago Through Selected Video References

By Christian Paul Agapito, Jenine Joyce Ella Mae Pingol, and Jasmin Louise Rollan Note: This is a paper produced under the Internship Program of the IA Center for Intramuros Studies. Abstract The mainstream media, typically in the form of documentaries or news features, is considered an effective tool in reaching countless audiences due to its continue reading : If Walls Could Talk: Contemporary Media’s Perception of Fort Santiago Through Selected Video References

Reviving the Walled City: The Establishment of the Grand Marian Procession in Post-War Intramuros

By Rio Rose Pamela H. Nival, Lee Joshua S. Sia, and Steven G. Villaspin Note: This is a paper produced under the Internship Program of the IA Center for Intramuros Studies. Abstract After the events of the Second World War, Intramuros was dead. It sat in rubble and ruin with barely an engagement from the continue reading : Reviving the Walled City: The Establishment of the Grand Marian Procession in Post-War Intramuros

Re-Building Intramuros: Regulating New Structures Inside The Walled City, 1979-2019

By Kevin Conrad Ibasco, Raymond Mesina, and Christopher John Versoza Note: This is a paper produced under the Internship Program of the IA Center for Intramuros Studies. Abstract From the 1950s until the creation of the IA charter, Intramuros rose from the ashes and became a noble and ever loyal city once more. Since the continue reading : Re-Building Intramuros: Regulating New Structures Inside The Walled City, 1979-2019

Ciudad Murada and the Bagong Lipunan: Intramuros under State Patronage, 1972-1986

By Nicolas V. Matitu, Rafael Pamplona, and Gabrielle Akeem C. Precia Note: This is a paper produced under the Internship Program of the IA Center for Intramuros Studies. Abstract Intramuros has been a part of the cultural enrichment for nation-building during the period of New Society through the enactment of P.D. No. 1616. However, none continue reading : Ciudad Murada and the Bagong Lipunan: Intramuros under State Patronage, 1972-1986

Arkitekturang Sangley: A Survey of Intramuros Buildings and Sites Exhibiting Chinese Influences

By Maria Juvice Buñag Note: This is a paper produced under the Internship Program of the IA Center for Intramuros Studies. Abstract The Philippines’ architecture is a result of natural evolution, influenced by a variety of factors. It arose from pre-colonial influences brought by our neighbors, occupiers, and colonists. As a result, the Philippines has continue reading : Arkitekturang Sangley: A Survey of Intramuros Buildings and Sites Exhibiting Chinese Influences

Call For Papers: YSC 2021

Call for Papers: Intramuros Young Scholars Conference 2021 Updated as of 30 Aug 2021; 10:14 The Center for Intramuros Studies of the Intramuros Administration is calling for submissions of papers for the 3rd Annual Intramuros Young Scholars Conference (YSC). This conference is open to all emerging professionals 30 years old and below.   Intramuros: A continue reading : Call For Papers: YSC 2021

Nature Nurtures Culture: Natural Hazards and the Development of the Built Environment of Intramuros

By Apollo Kristoffe Gueco Note: This is a paper produced under the Internship Program of the IA Center for Intramuros Studies. Abstract Nature nurtures culture, in the sense that natural systems such as the Pacific typhoon belt and the West Marikina Valley Fault, by virtue of the hazards they cause, have contributed to responses among continue reading : Nature Nurtures Culture: Natural Hazards and the Development of the Built Environment of Intramuros