Indigenous Languages on the Airwaves

Posted by Ximena Málaga Sabogal, PhD student in Anthropology at NYU It is 3 am and, if I am to believe my cellphone, it is also -9°C in Puno, Peru. Even if there was heating in the place where I am staying (and there is none) I would probably still be cold. But my excitementContinue reading “Indigenous Languages on the Airwaves”

Indigenous Puno?

Posted by Ximena Málaga Sabogal – PhD student in Anthropology at NYU It has been a couple of weeks since I arrived in Puno, one of the biggest cities in the southern Peruvian Andes. I have a long history with this city, having researched in the area throughout my bachelor and masters degree. Still, Puno wasContinue reading “Indigenous Puno?”

Educación Intercultural Bilingüewan Ayacucho-Perupi Yachachiq Raul llamk’an

Kay podcastpi Natalie Povilonis de Vilchez, lingüística yachaq Universidad de Nueva Yorkpi kaspa, Raul Velasquez Palominowan rimanku Antawaylla llaqtapi Peru suyupi. Raul Talavera llaqtapi, Peru suyupi paqarirqa wakpiraq tiyan warminwan iskay churinwan. Paqarisqanmanta iskay simikunata riman wasinpi, kikllupi, ayllunwan, riqsisqankunawan. Payqa iskay simipi educación intercultural bilingüe nisqanta yachachin, rimasaqku llamkananmanta, kawsayninmanta, ayllunmanta ima. Chay kawsasqanmantaContinue reading “Educación Intercultural Bilingüewan Ayacucho-Perupi Yachachiq Raul llamk’an”