Assistant Professor of English
Ruth M. Tindaan is Associate Professor at the Department of Language, Literature and the Arts (DLLA), College of Arts and Communication (CAC), University of the Philippines Baguio. She earned her Ph.D. in Cultural Studies from the University of London. Her research interests include representation of Indigenous Peoples in media and literature, Indigenous Peoples in the diaspora and Indigenous language documentation. She served as Chairperson of DLLA, College Secretary of CAC and Director of the Cordillera Studies Center.
Ph.D. in Cultural Studies, University of London
MA in Language and Literature, University of the Philippines
BA in English Studies, University of the Philippines, cum laude
Comm 11 (Advanced College Writing)
BLL 122 (Teaching Language and Literature)
BLL 199.2 (Research Proposal Writing in Language and Literature)
MLL 202 (Teaching Language and Literature)
MLL 230 (Cultural Criticism)
MLL 231 (Literature in the Oral Tradition)
MLL 299 (Research in Language and Literature)
IS 351 (Representation of the Indigenous in Media and Literature)
Representation of the Indigenous in Media and Literature
Indigenous Peoples in the Diaspora
Indigenous Language Documentation
RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS
- Tindaan, Ruth. “Recreating Igorot Identity in Diaspora”. South East Asia Research, 28 (2020): 465-485. https://doi.org/10.1080/0967828X.2020.1858151
- Subido, Grace Celeste and Ruth Tindaan. “Politics and Place: Baguio Center Mall and the Negotiation of Space”. The Cordillera Review 6 (2016): 47-79.
- Tindaan, Ruth. “Imaging the Igorot in Vernacular Films Produced in the Cordillera”. The Cordillera Review 2 (2010): 81-118.
AWARDS, CITATIONS, FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS, AND SCHOLARSHIPS
- 2021, International Publication Award for Recreating Igorot Identity in Diaspora, University of the Philippines