4th Quechua Alliance Meeting, November 17th, 2018
Perry World House, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
9:30am: Check-in for participants
Coffee, Introductions and intro activity in Quechua (greetings)
Participants will be assigned a group that will accompany them during the event.
Q’oa (Mother Earth offering)
Interactive Workshops and roundtable discussion: parallel sessions
- Jessica Huancacuri-Harlow (Quechua Collective of New York): Interactive Numbers Workshop
- Marilyn Suzanne Manley (Rowan University): Interactive games in teaching Cuzco Quechua language
- Carlos Molina-Vital (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign): Quechua Linguistics discussion
- Maria Luz Coca Lujan: Developing Bolivian Quechua podcasts
- Jermani Ojeda (University of Delaware, Fulbright) : Short Radio Programs, microprogramas
- Lis M Arévalo-Hidalgo and Florencia Orlandoni (St. Mary’s College of California): Narrative Strategies in Quechua Testimonio
- Irma Álvarez Ccoscco: “Qillqay” Project on orality and writing
- Emily Thompson, Trilingual Dictionary English-Quechua-Spanish
- Santiago D. Gualapuro Gualapuro (Ohio State University): Presentation of the Kichwa English Shimiyuk Kamu /Dictionary
- Guido Mamani (University of Notre Dame / Fulbright): “Qichwa Simi Qilqa Raphi” Quechua Language Textbook
- Caroline R. Shipley (Ohio State University): Recent Hip Hop in Quechua
- Julia García (Arlington Pubic Schools System): La práctica del idioma quechua, las costumbres, los ritos y rituales en EE.UU.
1pm, Lunch-time event
Liberato kani: “Quechua & Rap, Urban and Contemporary Indigenous Culture”
Quechua Hip hop Concert
2:30 pm: Presentation of a community award to Elva Ambía, founder of the Quechua Collective of New York.
Breakout groups – “Ima Rayku” (Why Quechua?)
Participants will discuss their interest in Quechua language study while mingling with others.
3:50pm Group Photo
4:10 PM. Snack break and presentation of “Huaylash” dance and Music
Andean Pan Flutes music by Noe Juarez.
Panel: Relevancy of promoting spaces for Indigenous Languages and Peoples
Mirian Masaquiza, UN Secretariat of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Prof. Liliana Sanchez (Rutgers University)
Prof. Serafín Coronel-Molina, GSE ’03 (Indiana University, Bloomington)
Moderator: Prof. Américo Mendoza-Mori (University of Pennsylvania)
5:30. PM Final integration activity with Inkarayku and closing remarks.