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The Third World Studies Center @ 45

The Third World Studies Center @ 45

The Third World Studies Center (TWSC) came into existence on February 5, 1977, at the height of martial law imposed by the dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos. It was a subversive space for academics and activists who wanted to carry on critical inquiry into the social...

The Woman Marcos Left Behind Fleeing the EDSA Revolt

The Woman Marcos Left Behind Fleeing the EDSA Revolt

At 9:05 in the evening of February 25, 1986, as the multitude of Filipinos in revolt closed in on Malacañang, the Marcoses scurried out of the palace with their 22 crates of loot on board four helicopters from the United States embassy. It was believed that the...

Contact Details

The Third World Studies Center is located at the basement of the College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, Palma Hall, in between the Faculty Commons/College of Arts and Letters and the Department of Psychology Building/Palma Hall Annex. It can be reached at the following address:

P.O. Box 210 Lower Ground Floor, Palma Hall Roxas Avenue, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy University of the Philippines, Diliman Quezon City 1101 Philippines

Phones: +63 2 8981 8500 ext. 2442 (Administrative Staff) and 2488 (Research Staff)

Telefax: +63 2 8920 5428

Email: twsc.updiliman@up.edu.ph

For Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies

Email: kasarinlan.updiliman@up.edu.ph