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Quechua at Princeton

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March 24, 2021

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The Quechua workshop meets next on March 24 (4:30-6:30) to read and discuss Bruce Mannheim's,  The language of the Inka since the European invasion and Catalina Andrango-Walker's, El símbolo católico indiano (1598) de Luis Jerónimo de Oré : saberes coloniales y los problemas de la evangelización en la región andina. More information is available on our Canvas website; to be added to the site, please email [email protected]. Upcoming events include a guest lecture by Andrango-Walker and a summer boot camp on historical documents in Quechua. 

Open to the University community (students, faculty, staff).


4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
via Zoom


Sponsored by Program in American Studies, Department of Classics, Center for Collaborative History, Program in Latin American Studies, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, PIIRS