Ronald Panaligan

Ronald P. Panaligan obtained an AB in Development Studies, with also a minor Chinese Language, from the Ateneo de Manila University in 2008. He also took units in BS Accountancy in San Beda College in 2010. After working for six years in the BPO industry, he saw the chance to pursue what he really wants to do in life. Now taking an MA in Anthropology through the IPC-DSA Scholarship Program, Ronald is working on a thesis regarding identity formation among the Karay-as of Panay in continuation of his undergraduate thesis. His interests include culture and language change, linguistics, social philosophy, community organizing, organizational development, and indigenous peoples’ advocacy. He is also a dedicated mountaineer who loves outdoor survival, environmental sustainability, and rural community development. Currently, he keeps busy doing personal research on urban social issues and also salvages ethnographies for the Aetas and Dumagats.




MA Anthropology
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