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“BIBA CHAMORU. Cultura e Identidad en las islas Marianas”.

Exhibition

November 18, 2021 to March 6, 2022

National Museum of Anthropology in Madrid

Exhibition “BIBA CHAMORU. Culture and Identity in the Manislan Mariånas”

As part of the official program of the V Centenary and the cycle “Let’s go around the world”, the National Museum of Anthropology in Madrid, presents from November 18, 2021 to March 6, 2022 the temporary exhibition “BIBA CHAMORU. Culture and Identity in the Manislan Mariånas”. The exhibition brings to the public in Spain the history and cultural richness of an enclave so remote and little known among us with which we have very close ties, a past also marked by unequal relations.

ound Table on the occasion of Pacific Day and the closing of the exhibition BIBA CHAMORU: Culture and Identity in the Mariana Islands.
Program:ound Table on the occasion of Pacific Day and the closing of the exhibition BIBA CHAMORU: Culture and Identity in the Mariana Islands.

Round Table

Thursday, March 3, 2022. From 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.

National Museum of Anthropology, Madrid. Auditorium of the MNA.

Round Table on the occasion of Pacific Day and the closing of the exhibition BIBA CHAMORU: Culture and Identity in the Manislan Mariånas.

Pacific Day! Next Thursday, March 3 will take place the Round Table organized by the Spanish Association of Pacific Studies, Casa Asia and the National Museum of Anthropology on the occasion of Pacific Day and the closing of the exhibition “BIBA CHAMORU: Culture and Identity in the Manislan Mariånas”, with the aim of reflecting on the 501 years of the arrival of the Magellan-Elcano expedition to Guåhån on March 6, 1521. The roundtable will include the participation of Sandra Montón, director of the Aberigua project.

Archaeological materials. Guam 2021

Fieldwork

Novembre – December 2021

Campaign for the organization and study of archaeological materials – Guåhån 2021

During the months of November and December, the Aberigua project team and members of the CGM Research Group (Colonialism, gender and materialities) developed a campaign of organization and study of the archaeological materials from the excavations carried out at the “San Dionisio” site, located in the town of Humåtak, south of the island of Guåhån.

Red Past Women

Seminar

November 19, 2021

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

El patrimonio arqueológico y su socialización. Nuevos retos y propuestas para la educación en igualdad en el ámbito museístico

The project ABERIGUA Participates in Mesa 2: La necesidad de incorporar nuevos enfoques y otras identidades al relato histórico (12.30 – 13.40), with the following interventions:

  • Reinterpretando los géneros: la proyección eurocéntrica sobre la identificación de lo femenino en las culturas precolombinas by Andrés Gutiérrez Usillo.
  • ¿Se puede descolonizar la historia? ¿Es posible? Algunas reflexiones desde el feminismo by Sandra Montón Subías.
  • ¿Incluir o integrar? Los peligros de añadir nuevos sujetos de forma acrítica al relato (pre)histórico by Enrique Moral de Eusebio

Organiced by PastWomen, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

Materialising Frontiers. Colonialism, Slavery, and in-Betweeners

Conference

September 30, 2021

University of Cambridge

Colonialism, Resistance, and In-Between Things in the “Spanish” Pacific

Presentation by Sandra Montón Subías in the conference Materialising Frontiers. Colonialism, Slavery, and in-Betweeners.

Perspectivas críticas en torno al capitalismo y colonialismo

Seminar

April 30, 2021

Online

Sexualidad, disidencia de género y transición al capitalismo

Presentation by Enrique Moral de Eusebio in Seminario en línea: Perspectivas críticas en torno al capitalismo y colonialismo, organized by Javier Maravall (Facultat de Filosofia, Universitat de Barcelona).

Los abusos de la desmemoria: una mirada post/humanista

Seminar

April 15, 2021

Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Oviedo University

Descolonizar-despatriarcalizar el pasado para descolonizar-despatriarcalizar el futuro. Algunas reflexiones desde el proyecto ABERIGUA

Presentation by Sandra Montón Subías in the seminar Los abusos de la desmemoria: una mirada post/humanista. Organized by Aurora García Fernández.

ABERIGUA. Arqueología del contacto cultural y del colonialismo español en las Islas Marianas

Master Class

March 30, 2021

Accessible online

ABERIGUA. Arqueología del contacto cultural y del colonialismo español en las Manislan Mariånas

MasterClass 49, Palarq Fundation.

Otras Arqueologías: el Proyecto ABERIGUA

Master Class

March 10, 2021

Online

Otras Arqueologías: el Proyecto ABERIGUA

Seminar by Sandra Monton Subías Organized by Master de Arqueología, Granada University.

El proyecto ABERIGUA en la conmemoración de la primera circunnavegación del mundo

Round table

March 9, 2021

Online

El proyecto ABERIGUA en la conmemoración de la primera circunnavegación del mundo

Participation of Sandra Montón Subías in the Round Table El Pacífico: cinco siglos del primer encuentro entre europeos y oceánicos/AEEP, Abat Oliba CEU University and Casa Asia.

 5th Marianas History Conference

Congress

February 19 – 26, 2021

Guåhån, Manislan Mariånas

Guåhån 1668-1769: Cultural Change and Cultural Continuity in the Jesuit Mission

Participation of Sandra Montón Subías in the congress 5th Marianas History Conference.

Cuerpos que expresan: uso de gestualidad y el vestido en la protohistoria y el mundo moderno

Conference

February 25, 2021

Accessible online

Vestido, sexualidad y género en las Manislan Mariånas durante el periodo colonial español

Participation of Enrique Moral de Eusebio in Encuentros PastWomenCuerpos que expresan: uso de gestualidad y el vestido en la protohistoria y el mundo moderno.

España y las Islas Marianas. Una historia compartida

Round table

January 20, 2021

Universitary Institute General Gutiérrez Mellado, Madrid

España y las Manislan Mariånas. Una historia compartida

Participation of the ABERIGUA project with the following presentations:

 

  • La nueva normalidad colonial: cambios y continuidades en las Actividades de MantenimientoBy Sandra Montón Subías.
  • La dominación sexual de las Manislan Mariånas durante el periodo colonial español (1521-1769). By Enrique Moral de Eusebio.
  • Apetitos imperiales en el Pacífico. Cambios alimentarios durante la evangelización y colonización de las Manislan Mariånas (1668-1769). By Verónica Peña Filiu.
Tertulia Fulbright

Conference

November 3, 2020

Online

¿Pero dónde está Guåhån? Un paseo arqueológico por las Manislan Mariånas

Participation of Lourdes Prados Torreira in Tertulia Fulbright. Spanish Fullbright Alumni Association.

Colo(m)ialismes. Patrimoni i memòria colonial a la Barcelona d'avui

International Webinar

December 1 – 3, 2020

Online

Memòries oblidades, memòries vives: el passat colonial de les Manislan Mariånas

Participation of Verónica Peña Filiu on the International Webinar Colo(m)ialismes. Patrimoni i memòria colonial a la Barcelona d’avui (European Observatory on Memories, Barcelona).

Master in Archaeology, UB. Departament d'Història i Arqueologia, University of Barcelona, Spain

Seminar

October 14, 2020

Barcelona University

Arqueologías del colonialismo ibérico en Manislan Mariånas a través del proyecto ABERIGUA

Master in Archaeology Seminar. Departament d’Història i Arqueologia, Barcelona University, Spain.

Arqueologías del Colonialismo Español en Guam: El Proyecto ABERIGUA

Conference

2020

American History Department, Sevilla University

Arqueologías del Colonialismo Español en Guåhån: El Proyecto ABERIGUA

Conference given by Sandra Montón Subías and Natalia Moragas.

Gender and Material Culture in Early Modern Colonial Globalization

Seminar

August 2, 2019

Australian National University

Gender and Material Culture in Early Modern Colonial Globalization

Participation of Sandra Montón Subías. Pacific and Asian History Seminar/CAR/ Pacific institute.

Australian National University

Workshop

August 3, 2019

Australian National University

Ontologies of Stability and Change in colonial Guåhån

Participation of Sandra Montón Subías and Almudena Hernando in the Workshop Archaeologies of Tradition, Continuity and Resistance.

Humatak Archaeology Project 2017 – 2019

Presentation

June 2019

Humatak community center

Humatak Archaeology Project 2017 – 2019

Participation of Sandra Montón Subías, Detra Marie, Tyler Aguón and Joe Quinata.

National Archaeology Week

Master Class

May 28, 2019

Centre for Classical and Near Eastern Studies of Australia. University of Sydney, Australia

Master Class: Archaeologies of Cultural Contact and Colonialism in Micronesia. The ABERIGUA project

Master Class given by Sandra Montón Subías.

The University of Sydney

Seminar

May 1, 2019

University of Sydney, Australia

Going Colonial, Going Global. Gender and Material Culture in Early Modernity

Participation of Sandra Montón Subías in Archaeology Seminar Series.

La Arqueología Histórica: Zona de Contacto

Archaeology Conferences

March 15, 2019

Pompeu Fabra University, España

La Arqueología Histórica: Zona de Contacto.  
VII Jornadas de Arqueología UPF-IUHJVV

Organized by: Enrique Moral de Eusebio, Verónica Peña Filiu and Sandra Montón Subías.

De Oriente a Occidente

Workshop

January 16, 2019

Barcelona University, Spain

Investigaciones arqueológicas en la iglesia de San Dionisio, Umatac, Guåhån

Participation of Sandra Montón Subías, Natalia Moragas and James Bayman in the Workshop De Oriente a Occidente.

4th Annual Meeting EAA

Congress

September 5 – 8, 2018

24th Annual Meeting EAA, Spain

Iberian Cultural Contact and Colonialism in the Island of Guåhån: the ABERIGUA Project

Participation of Sandra Montón Subías. Co-authors: James M. Bayman, Natalia Moragas, Enrique Moral, Verónica Peña, Laura Trelliso, Jacy Moore, Anthony Alvarez and Joe Quinata,  in Session Archaeology of Material Culture and Territory within the Iberian Colonial Empires (15th-18th Centuries). 24th Annual Meeting EAA.

4th Annual Meeting EAA

Congress

September 5 – 8, 2018

24th Annual Meeting EAA, Spain

Gender and Maintenance Activities in the first globalization. The example of colonial Guåhån (1668-1700)

Participation of Sandra Montón Subías in Session Gender and Colonialism. 24th Annual Meeting EAA.

4th Annual Meeting EAA

Congress

September 5 – 8, 2018

24th Annual Meeting EAA, Spain

Fire with fire: Ethnosexual conflicts and resistances at the early colonisation of the Manislan Mariånas

Participation of Enrique Moral de Eusebio and Sandra Montón Subías in Session Gender and Colonialism. 24th Annual Meeting EAA.

4th Annual Meeting EAA

Congress

September 5 – 8, 2018

24th Annual Meeting EAA, Spain

Food and Cuisine in Spanish Colonial Guåhån(17th and 18th centuries)

Participation of Verónica Peña-Filiu and Sandra Montón Subías in Session Creating foodscapes in colonial and imperial contexts: food, cuisines and food environments in glocal perspectives. 24th Annual Meeting EAA.

IX TAAS (Bi-Annual Meeting of South-American Theoretical Archaeology)

Congress

June 7, 2018

Yachai Tech University, Ibarra. Ecuador

Cuerpos “Reducidos”: Chamorros, Jesuitas y Corporalidad durante la Colonización Temprana de las Manislan Mariånas

Participation of Sandra Montón Subías and Enrique Moral de Eusebio in IX TAAS (Bi-Annual Meeting of South-American Theoretical Archaeology).

Archaeology of Colonialism and Ethnogenesis in Guam and the Mariana Islands

Congress

April 14,2018

Washington, USA – United States of America

Archaeology of Colonialism and Ethnogenesis in Guåhån and the Manislan Mariånas

Participation of Natalia Moragas Segura, Sandra Montón Subías & James Bayman in SAA 83rd Annual Meeting, 2018. Symposium Spanish Colonialism in the Global Realm: Archaeological and Ethnohistoric Approaches to Cultural Ethnogenesis and Persistence

Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia

Presentation

March 12, 2018

ENAH (National School of Anthropology and History), México

Proyecto ABERIGUA. Arqueología Histórica en la isla de Guåhån

By Natalia Moragas Segura.