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More than 100 people joined us for the 4th edition of the Quechua Alliance Annual Meeting at the University of Pennsylvania on November 17th, 2018. Here is the recap video:
5th Quechua Alliance Meeting, November 16th, 2019 – The Ohio Union
The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Friday, November 15, 2019
*Pre-event activity: free and open to the public*
7:00 PM: “Ukamau y ké” Documentary Screening
This documentary screening will be in the presence of director, Andrés Ramírez, with a Q&A afterwards. The documentary will be in Spanish with English subtitles. Light refreshments will be served.
Location: 165 Thompson Library, 1858 Neil Avenue Mall, Columbus, OH
Saturday, November 16, 2019
*All events will be in the Ohio Union (3rd Floor Cartoon Room, 1739 N High St, Columbus, OH 43210). Lunch will be in the MLK Lounge, Hale Hall (154 W 12th Ave, Columbus, OH 43210)*
9:00 – 9:20 AM: Registration & Check-In
Coffee, Light Breakfast, and Introductions
9:20 – 9:45 AM: ¡Imaynalla!
Welcome Remarks by Dr. Terrell Morgan, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Latin American Studies and Professor of Hispanic Linguistics at The Ohio State University
9:45 – 10:15 AM: Parlanarikuy (Conversatorio)
“International Year of Indigenous Languages and Beyond” by Diego Tituaña
Maurice R. Greenberg Fellow at Yale University
Introduction by Santiago Gualapuro Gualapuro, Graduate Student in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese at The Ohio State University
10:15 – 11:15 AM: Qhapac Qhatupi/Gran Feria
11:15 – 12:15: Presentations
12:30 – 2:00 PM: Lunch Break and Potluck: Peña Andina
Served by the OSU Quechua Community group
Location: MLK Jr. Lounge, Hale Hall – 154 W 12th Ave, Columbus, OH 43210
2:00 – 3:00 PM: Rap Workshop
featuring Ecuadorian rapper and director, Andrés Ramírez
3:00 – 3:30 PM: Parlanarikuy (Conversatorio)
by Devin Grammon, Assistant Professor of Spanish Sociolinguistics at the University of Oregon
Introduction by Dr. Anna Babel, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Hispanic Linguistics at The Ohio State University
3:30 – 3:45 PM Break and Group Photo
3:45 – 4:15 PM: Recognition of Quechua Lifetime Achievement awardee
Awardee: Luis Morató Peña
Remarks by Américo Mendoza-Mori, University of Pennsylvania
Awardee introduced by Dr. Fernando Unzueta, Associate Vice Provost for Global Strategies and International Affairs and Professor of Literatures and Cultures of Latin America
4:15 – 5:15 PM: Presentations
5:15 – 6:00 PM: Imarayku/Why? Closing Activity
Group discussion and creative writing closing session
6:00 PM: Closure/Announcement of QA 2020
A Kichwa-Salasaka from Ecuador, Mirian Masaquiza is currently the associate social affairs officer for the Secretariat of the U.N. Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. She will be one of the special guests during the 4th edition of the Quechua Alliance Meeting, November 17th in Philadelphia. Throughout her career, she has had the opportunity to work in three fronts: as an indigenous activist; a staff member of the United Nations; and a diplomat/advisor at the Government of Ecuador.
Most of her work is related to rights of Indigenous Peoples as well as a range of issues such as gender, cultural and educational matters, climate change, inter-agency affairs, outreach, political analysis, non-governmental organizations.
The 4th edition of the Quechua Alliance Annual Meeting will be held at the University of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia. For more information to sign up, visit here.
Liberato Kani (Ricardo Flores), one of the key figures of the Quechua Hip Hop movement in Peru, will be one the special guests of the 4th Quechua Alliance Meeting (November 17th, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia). His music challenges the stereotypes on Indigenous Languages, usually seen as outdated. He is an inspiration to many young people who want to reclaim their Indigenous heritage. As Liberato Kani states: “Quechua [now] means resistance”.
Liberato Kani’s work is influenced by Peruvian writer José María Arguedas. In his songs he incorporates Arguedas’ Quechua poetry. His first music album is “Rimay Pueblo” (you can listen to it here).
During the event, Ricardo will discuss and share his experiences on “Quechua & Rap, Urban and Contemporary Indigenous Culture”.
- More info on how to register for the 2018 Quechua Alliance Annual Meeting, here
[photo credit: 27 studio]