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Peruvian radio reporter Luis Soto has spent almost ten years collecting football vocabulary in Quechua, the mother tongue of thousands of Peruvians of indigenous origin, to be able to report on the matches of the World Cup.

Enseñando Quechua: Más allá del aula y del idioma

 08/29/2017 - 18:05
Américo Mendoza-Mori is the man behind the Quechua Language Program and Andean Culture of UPenn. Samantha Laub / AL DÍA News

El profesor Américo Mendoza-Mori impulsó y diseñó el programa de Lengua Quechua y Cultura Andina de la Universidad de Pensilvania en 2014. Desde entonces, ha recibido múltiples elogios por ser capaz de dar mayor visibilidad al mundo indígena y por sus lecciones magistrales sobre multiculturalidad, que van más allá de enseñar quechua y español en el aula. 

Teaching Quechua: Beyond the Classroom, Beyond Language

 08/29/2017 - 13:08
Américo Mendoza-Mori is the man behind the Quechua Language Program and Andean Culture of UPenn. Samantha Laub / AL DÍA News

Professor Amėrico Mendoza-Mori designed and began the Quechua Language and Andean Culture program for The University in Pennsylvania in 2014, and since then, has received many accolades for his dedication to indigenous visibility and for his life lessons that go beyond teaching Quechua and Spanish in the classroom.

Quechua Penn presents 'Thinking Andean Studies'

 04/15/2015 - 15:33
Photo by Quechua Penn

Thinking Andean Studies: An Interdisciplinary Colloquium will take place on Apr. 17 and 18 at the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn), with a wide range of panels and activities that includes a discussion on “Violence, indigeneity and Representation” and “Building-up discourses in the Andes.”

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