26 lipca 2017

Programme of the field school in Mexico is available.

The field school „Documentación, investigación participativa, enseñanza y revitalización de idiomas en peligro” in the Nahua-speaking community of San Miguel Xaltipan (Tlaxcala, Mexico) will take place August 19 – 29, 2017.The purpose of the school is capacity-building in close collaboration with the local community, local knowledge-holders and members of ethnic minorities. Confirmed participating experts include knowledge holders from San Miguel Xaltipan, San Francisco Tetlanohcan and San Miguel Tenango, Natalio Hernandez (Nahua poet, writer and activist), Werner Hernández (psychiatrist, activist and teacher of Pipil/Nawat in El Salvador; expert on the revitalization of Pipil/Nawat) and Adam Coon (expert in Nahua culture and literature; University of Minnesota, Morris). Participants of the field school will visit other Nahuatl-speaking communities, including San Miguel Tenango and San Francisco Tetlanohcan.

Here you can find a programme of the event:

Nechicoliztli tlatecpanaliztli

Mexico programme