Thursday, March 1st, 5:30pm
Location: Houston Hall, Grinski Room (3rd Floor), UPENN
Please join us for a talk with Agustin Panizo Janzana, Director of Indigenous Languages at Peru’s Ministry of Culture, “Musuq pachakuna siminchikkunapaq: Peru’s National Policy for Indigenous Languages and its New Vision for a Multilingual State”.
FREE and open to the public.
This event is possible thanks to the Latin American and Latino External Speakers (LALSES) Series award.
Co-Sponsored by Hispanic and Portuguese Studies; Department of Anthropology; and the Penn Cultural Heritage Center. Hosted by the Quechua Language Program at Penn.
Useful links about Agustín Panizo Jansana:
– [interview] “The voices of a Nation”, by Cultural Survival Magazine
– [pdf/dossier] “Del Estado Monolingüe al Estado Multilingüe: Avances y desafíos en los derechos lingüísticos en el Perú”, dossier and date made for Peru’s Ministry Culture (in Spanish)
– [interview] “Un estado monolingüe no es eficiente en el Perú”, by El Comercio (in Spanish)
Fore more information regarding the event please contact Prof. Mendoza-Mori