Culture and language diversity in Europe and beyond

 

 

Fete Normande 

Fete Normande – this is an annual celebration of Norman culture,

held in Normandy, Jersey or Guernsey each year

© Guernsey Language Commission

 

Tortilla making

Tlaxcalchihualiztli, or tortilla-making. Doña Constantina’s kitchen

San Miguel Xaltipan, Tlaxcala, Mexico. 01.2014,

© Justyna Olko

 

Oracle  

Gaangadu oracle in Diitabiki

Surinamese interior, 2011

© Robert Borges

 

 Tymoteusz

Tiöma Fum Dökter conversing with Wilamowicean women

Wymysoü/Wilamowice, 06.2013

© Justyna Olko

 Nahuatl class 

Nahuatl class, Nahuatl Summer Institute

Yale University, 07.2015

© Eduardo de la Cruz

Song project 

Guernsey Song Project

Joining together songwriters and speakers

© Guernsey Language Commision

 Patois

Preparing a festive meal in a Nahua community 

Zoyatla, Puebla, 01.2014

© Justyna Olko

Speed Patois 

Speed Patois

This is an opportunity for native speakers of Guernéisias to teach learners

© Guernsey Language Commission

 Wilamowianie Assembly

Wilamowianie Ensemble

The Field School in Wilamowice, 09.2016

© Piotr Strojnowski

 

workshop 

Engaged humanities workshop in Wilamowice: participants from minority language communities

The Field School in Wilamowice, 09.2016

© Piotr Strojnowski 


Hobbit 

Young actors presenting "Hobbit" in Wymysorys

Polish Theatre in Warsaw, 02.2016

© Robert Jaworski

 Dance 

The dance of Śmiergust participants

Polish Theatre in Warsaw, 02.2016

© Robert Jaworski

 Flower procession 

Flowery procession

Santa Maria Tonantzintla, Cholula, Mexico, 01.2014

© Justyna Olko


Boy 

A boy from Wilamowice selling local "ethno-design products"

The Field School in Wilamowice, 09.2016

© Piotr Strojnowski

 Dance of death

The performance in Wymysorys based on the epic poem "Óf jer wełt" ("The Next World") by Florian Biesik

The Field School in Wilamowice, 09.2016

© Piotr Strojnowski

 

 Scene

The performance in Wymysorys based on the epic poem "Óf jer wełt" ("The Next World") by Florian Biesik

The Field School in Wilamowice, 09.2016

© Piotr Strojnowski

 
     
     
     
     

 

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 692199