Expert in Residence, Stuttgart

Leah Enkiwe Abayao

From October until December 2015 Dr. Leah Enkiwe Abayao was invited as expert in residence at Linden-Museum Stuttgart. During her stay at the museum, she gave a lecture, participated in a panel discussion and a get-together with the Philippine community in Stuttgart.

Dr. Leah Enkiwe Abayao worked with the Cordilleran collection of the Linden-Museum, researched and curated a virtual exhibition.

Panel Discussion:

Indigenous groups of the Philippines

Between marginalisation and self-determination
December 1, 2015
6 pm

free entry

panellists: Prof. dr. Leah Enkiwe Abayao (University of the Philippines Baguio), Jan Pingel (philippinenbüro e.V.)

In cooperation with the Foundation for Development Cooperation Baden-Württemberg (Stiftung Entwicklungs-Zusammenarbeit Baden-Württemberg)
Language: English



Gemeinsame Geschichte(n): The Collection of the Philippine Cordilleras of the Linden-Museum Stuttgart

December 11, 2015
7.15 pm

Dr. Leah Enkiwe Abayao in dialogue with curator Dr. Georg Noack

In cooperation with Gesellschaft für Erd- und Völkerkunde e.V.
entry: €3/€2/ free entry for GEV members

Link: Linden-Museum Stuttgart


Lecture, presentation and get-together:

Come together
The Philippines in the Linden-Museum Stuttgart

December 13, 2015
2 pm

Dr. Leah Enkiwe Abayao with Dr. Georg Noack and the Philippine community of Stuttgart
In cooperation with the Embassy of the Philippines in Stuttgart

free entry

Date panel discussion:December 1, 2015, 6 pm

Date lecture:December 11, 2015, 7.15 pm

Date get-together: December 13, 2015, 2 pm

Where: Linden-Museum Stuttgart, (DE)


dr. Leah Enkiwe Abayao