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Tinalak: Weaving Dreams as Filipino Educational Praxis
|Title:||Tinalak: Weaving Dreams as Filipino Educational Praxis|
Acido, Jeffrey Tangonan
|Publisher:||University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa College of Education|
|Citation:||Moniz, J., & Acido, J. T. (2017). Tinalak: Weaving Dreams as Filipino Educational Praxis. Educational Perspectives, 48(1&2), 4-5.|
|Abstract:||Tinalak is not simply a woven pattern, an indigenous artifact, or a piece of clothing made from abaca fibers. It is a vision and a dream received by the women of the T’boli community in Mindanao, Philippines. The dreams are received by the weaver from the spirits and ancestors and guide their hands to create the intricate and beautiful patterns of the tinalak.|
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