Can Universities Save Indigenous Languages? The case of Quechua

Tuesday, February 21st, 2017
Time: 12pm
Place: Silverstein forum (Stiteler Hall, UPenn)
208 South 37th Street, Philadelphia, 19104

[talk] “Can Universities Save Indigenous Languages? The case of Quechua” by Prof. Américo Mendoza-Mori.

Please join us for the next Latin American and Latino Studies Internal Speaker (LALSIS) Series presentation. Lunch will be served.

The Latin American and Latino Studies Internal Seminar series (LALSIS) has the main goal of discussing work-in-progress by members of the Penn LALS community such that we can learn about and from the scholarship of our colleagues on campus. We hope that our interactions in LALSIS may lead to future collaborations in teaching or research, or simply to the solidification of an interdisciplinary community with interest in Latin America and Latin@s.

 

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