The Quechua Alliance Meeting is a vibrant space for the exchange of ideas between Quechua speakers, community leaders, college students and professors who share an interest and passion for Quechua language and Andean culture. The event has the format of a one-day gathering with cultural activities, lectures, games, debates and dialogues. During the event we dedicate a section of the program to showcase engaging discussions or initiatives on Quechua teaching/learning/promotion. This 4th edition will be held at the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA) on November 17th, 2018.
Call for workshops and discussion proposals: 4th Quechua Alliance Meeting Deadline: October 5th, 5pm, 2018 (U.S. Eastern Time)
We invite educators, community leaders, students and scholars to send proposals. Each presentation will last 10-20 minutes in total and can be presented by one person or a group. Priority will be given to presentations that include interactive content or activities.
Please submit a title and a 200-250 words abstract to Mr. Wesley Neal firstname.lastname@example.org . Include participant names, organization (if applies) and contact information. Responses will be made available by mid-October to all who submitted. If you have questions, please contact Prof. Américo Mendoza-Mori: email@example.com
Possible ideas for workshops or discussions:
Did you create a Quechua learning material you would like to share it with diverse audience? Is there an important topic you would like to discuss about the situation of Quechua?
- Pedagogical strategies in practice: Games and Activities
- Exploring Quechua and technology
- Music, film, dance and art
- Highlighting Quechua-related initiatives
- Quechua and Digital Humanities
- Community outreach
- Quechua linguistics and morphology
- UN’s International Year of Indigenous Languages
Last year’s discussions and workshops:
• Quechua language learning in a university setting
• Highlighting the Quechua Collective of New York
• Quechua linguistics and morphology
• Pedagogical strategies in practice: Games and Activities
• Exploring media with Quechua “Rimasun” podcasts
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