Minoritized Languages: Global Perspectives
Wednesday, April 25th, 5pm
Location: Williams Hall 632, UPENN (Humanities Conference Room)
Please join us for this panel where we will discuss the challenges and opportunities of teaching and researching minoritized languages from different parts of the world: Catalan (Europe), Chichewa and Zulu (Africa), Quechua (South America), Zapotec (North America).
Participants: Felipe H. López (UCLA), Américo Mendoza-Mori (Penn), Aurey Mbeje (Penn), Monda Mwaya (Penn) and Laura Vilardell (Georgetown)
This free event is organized by the Quechua Language Program in collaboration with the Penn Language Center and the Wolf Humanities Center at Penn.
Wednesday, April 12th, 6pm, 2017
Penn Museum, Philadelphia
Join us as we gather in the Penn Museum’s Native American Voices gallery to celebrate Native American languages and cultures. This event will highlight the Penn Quechua Initiative, a musical performance by Penn alum Bazille, dance performances by a Nahuatl group, and poetry readings from students in the Quechua language program.
This event is FREE and open to the public. Please enter through the Kress (Group) entrance.
Co-hosted by the Quechua Language Program at Penn.