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An Assistant Professor and a faculty member of the University of the Philippines - Archaeological Studies Program (UPASP). His research interest is on obsidian sourcing characterization in the Philippines, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific. Mindanao archaeology has also been his academic research priority. He is currently the president of the Katipunan Arkeologist ng Pilipinas, Inc. (Society of the Philippine Archaeologists).

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One of the most sought-after references for studies pertaining to Mindanao,
Kinaadman Journal, instituted in 1979 by the leading scholar from Mindanao, Fr Miguel Bernad, is now accessible online.
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