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.Teoryang Ebolusyon ni F. Landa Jocano
Transcript of .Teoryang Ebolusyon ni F. Landa Jocano
Is an American anthropologist recognized as most senior practitioner of archaeology in Southeast Asia, and as a pioneer in the study of Philippine and Southeast Asian prehistoric archaeology.
Is a Professor of Archaeology at the School of Archaeology and Anthropology of the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra.
Zeus A. Salazar
Is a historian, an anthropologist and the proponent of the Pantayong Pananaw.
Teorya ng Ebolusyon ni Jocano
Ayon kay F. Landa Jocano, bagama't maraming pangkat ng tao and dumating sa bansa noong unang panahon, hindi pa rin tiyak na dumating sila sa ganoong panahon apagkakasunod-sunod. Idinagdag pa niya na hindi sapat na tanggapin bilang mga katibayan ng kaibahan ng kultura ng alinmang pangkat ang mga nahukay na relikya o labi ng mga unang tao. Hindi siya sang-ayon sa ginawang pag-uugnay ng uri ng kagamitan sa pisikal na anyo at kultura ng isang pangkat.
He is perhaps best known, however, for hypothesizing the existence of the Nusanto Maritime Trading and Communication Network (NMTCN), one of two dominant hypotheses regarding the peopling of the Asia-Pacific region during the Neolithic age.
Solheim began his archaeological training at the University of California, Berkeley, and then spent several semesters at the University of the Philippines under Prof. H. Otley Beyer. He completed his Ph.D. at the University of Arizona in 1959.
He has been Professor Emeritus Department of Anthropology, University of Hawaii at Manoa since he retired in December 1991.
In 1997, he joined the staff of the Archaeological Studies Program at the University of the Philippines Diliman.
His areas of specialization include prehistory of Southeast Asia and the Pacific form of archaeological, linguistic and biological perspectives, origins of agriculture and resulting cultural, linguistic and biological developments (worldwide), interdisciplinary connections between archaeology, linguistics and human biology.
He is currently involved in archaeological fieldwork projects in the Philippines and Vietnam.
He is considered one of the most illustrious to follow the great nationalist historians Teodoro A. Agoncillo and Renato Constantino.
Pantayong Pananaw has provided a powerful framework for a new generation of Philippine scholars on writing the history and culture of the Filipino.
Reported By: Michelle del Rosario
Prepared By: Mayvel A. Ajoc