Guiang, Francisco Jayme Paolo A.
faguiang@gmail.com
0917-819-8913
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Francisco Jayme Paolo A. Guiang is Instructor 3 at the UP Department of History. He obtained his B.A. History degree (cum laude, 2012) and M.A. History degree (2018) from UP Diliman. Currently taking his PhD in History in the same university, his research interests focus on Marxism in historical scholarship, the history of activist and student movements in the Philippines, and nationalism in the Philippines. Mr. Guiang has handled Kasaysayan 1 (Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas) and Kasaysayan 2 (Ang Asya at ang Daigdig) courses. He is presently the Coordinator of the CSSP Computer Laboratory.

A. EDUCATION (Most recent degree first)
  • Name of school
    University of the Philippines Diliman
    Degree w/ year attained/expected to attain
    Ph.D. History (expected to attain in 2022)
  • Name of school
    University of the Philippines Diliman
    Degree w/ year attained/expected to attain
    M.A. History (2018)
    Dissertation/Thesis Title
    “History as Social Criticism: The Development of Renato Constantino’s Ideas Through an Analysis of Selected Works, 1940-1992”
  • Name of school
    University of the Philippines Diliman
    Degree w/ year attained/expected to attain
    B.A. History (cum laude, 2012)
B. RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS
  • Marxism in historical scholarship
  • History of activist and student movements in the Philippines
  • Nationalism in the Philippines
C. PUBLICATIONS
  • [College Textbook] Guiang, Francisco Jayme Paolo A. (co-author) with Camagay, Maria Luisa et al. Unravelling the Past: Readings in Philippines History. Quezon City, Vibal Group Inc., 2018.
  • [Grade 10 Textbook] Guiang, Francisco Jayme Paolo A. (co-author), Ang Pilipinas sa Kasalukuyan: Mga Kontemporaryong Isyu at ang Lipunang Pilipino. Quezon City, New Horizon Publications, 2016.
  • [Journal Article] Guiang, Francisco Jayme Paolo A. “Historical Distortions and Misconceptions: Exploring Problems and Issues in the Use of the Marxist Framework in ‘Veneration Without Understanding’ (1970) by Renato Constantino.” Philippine Social Sciences Review 68 (2016): pp. 103-124.
D. FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
  • Writeshop Fellow, 2018 Third World Studies Center Writeshop
  • Grantee, Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Research and Development (OVCRD) Thesis Grant 2018
E. PRESENTATIONS
  • “History as Social Criticism: The Development of Renato Constantino’s Ideas Through an Analysis of Selected Works, 1940-1992”
    Philippine Studies Association 2018 National Conference
    Organized by the Philippine Studies Association (PSA)
    September 26-28, 2018 – National Museum of the Philippines P. Burgos Drive, Rizal Park, Manila
  • “History as Social Criticism: A Study on the Marxist Tradition in Philippine Historical Scholarship through the Selected Works of Renato Constantino”
    22nd biennial conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) Organized by the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA)
    July 3-5, 2018 – Abercrombie Building, The University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • “History as Social Criticism: A Study on the Marxist Tradition in Philippine Historical Scholarship through the Selected Works of Renato Constantino”
    2017 Annual Conference of the Historical Materialism Journal
    Organized by Historical Materialism Journal and SOAS
    November 9-12, 2017 – School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, United Kingdom
  • “The Augustinian Providence – Structure and Roots of Saint Augustine’s Philosophy of History”
    3rd Conference on Contemporary Philosophy in East Asia
    Organized by the Institute of Philosophy, Seoul National University
    August 19-20, 2016 – Seoul National University, South Korea
  • “Historical Consciousness, the Classroom, and Nationalism: Exploring the Role of Historical Consciousness in Nation-Building”
    10th International Conference on Philippine Studies
    Organized by the Philippine Studies Association (PSA)
    July 6-8, 2016 – Silliman University, Dumaguete, Philippines
  • “Reaching the Kingdom of God: The Traces of Utopianism in Saint Augustine’s Providential Historiography”
    11th Australian Early Medieval Association Conference
    Organized by the Australian Early Medieval Association and the Medieval & Early Modern Centre, The University of Sydney
    February 11-12, 2016 – Medieval and Early Modern Centre, The University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • “Historical Distortions and Misconceptions: Exploring Problems and Issues in the Use of the Marxist Framework in ‘Veneration Without Understanding’ (1970) by Renato Constantino”
    International Conference on Historical Education
    Organized by the Philippine Historical Association (PHA)
    August 27-29, 2015 – University of Santo Tomas
F. TEACHING
  • Kasaysayan 1 (Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas)
  • Kasaysayan 2 (Ang Asya at ang Daigdig)
G. EXTENSION
  • Coordinator, CSSP Computer Laboratory, 2018 – Present
  • Extension Coordinator, UP Department of History, 2018 – Present
  • Conference Convenor, 16th Philippine-Spanish Friendship Day Conference, October 4-5, 2018 – NISMED Auditorium, UP Diliman