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Organized by the Association for Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America (ATLILLA),the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS), and the Minority Languages and Cultures of Latin America Program (MLCP)

10/23/2014 to 10/26/2014
When: October 23-26, 2014
Where: Indiana University
Indiana Memorial Union
Bloomington, Indiana 
United States

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THIRD SYMPOSIUM ON TEACHING AND LEARNING
INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES OF LATIN AMERICA (STLILLA)
 
October 23‐26, 2014
Indiana University – Bloomington

 

 

CONVENORS

Serafín M. Coronel-Molina

Assistant Professor, Department of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education

President, Association for Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America (ATLILLA)

Indiana University Bloomington

L. Shane Green

Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology

Director, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS)

Indiana University Bloomington

Matthew J. Van Hoose

Associate Director, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS)

Indiana University Bloomington

Daniel Suslak

Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology

Director, Minority Languages and Cultures of Latin America Program (MLCP)

Indiana University Bloomington

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Judith Maxwell (confirmed)

Tulane University, New Orleans

Rodolfo Cerrón-Palomino (confirmed)

Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú

Rainer Enrique Hamel (confirmed)

Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Unidad Iztapalapa, México, D.F

Mônica Veloso Borges (confirmed)

Universidade Federal de Goiás, Brasil

Luis E. Cárcamo-Huechante (confirmed)

The University of Texas at Austin

PARTNER INSTITUTIONS & UNITS

Indiana University Bloomington

Association for Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America (ATLILLA)

Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS)

Minority Languages and Cultures of Latin America Program (MLCP)

Department of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education (LCLE)

PAST EVENTS

First Symposium on Teaching Indigenous Languages of Latin America (STILLA 2008)

Second Symposium on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America (STLILLA 2011)


MISSION STATEMENT

The third Symposium on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America (STLILLA – 2014) brings together instructors, practitioners, activists, indigenous leaders, scholars and learners who study these languages. This international conference includes research and pedagogy about the diverse languages and cultures of indigenous populations in Latin America and the Caribbean.

The symposium engages participants in a hemispheric dialogue and also serves as a permanent forum for networking and exchanging ideas, experiences and research on pedagogical, methodological and practical issues from cross-disciplinary perspectives. Active listening and discussion will enable professionals from around the world to interact with leading experts in the fields of education, language policy and planning, linguistics, Latin American Studies, applied linguistics, ethnomusicology, anthropology, sociolinguistics, linguistic anthropology and informatics. Through multiple venues such as keynotes addresses, panel presentations, individual papers, round table discussions, interactive workshops, poster sessions, and technological tool showcases, this symposium will contribute to the teaching, learning, spread, maintenance and revitalization of indigenous languages and cultures of the region.

STLILLA is a permanent event, and migrates among its partner institutions. We want to leave the door open for additional people and institutions to join the endeavor with us. Our ultimate vision is that the work we create and share at the symposium will transcend the academy walls and find space in the larger world community by giving all the participants an opening to share their words and worlds in their own voices.

OBJETIVOS DEL SIMPOSIO

El objetivo principal del tercer Simposio de Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de Lenguas Indígenas de América Latina (STLILLA – 2014) es reunir a instructores, practicantes, activistas, líderes indígenas, académicos y aprendices que estudian estas lenguas. Esta conferencia internacional incluye investigación y pedagogía sobre la diversidad de lenguas y culturas de América Latina y del Caribe.

El simposio involucra a los participantes en un diálogo hemisférico y a la vez sirve como un foro permanente para establecer contactos e intercambiar ideas, experiencias e investigación sobre cuestiones pedagógicas, metodológicas y prácticas desde una perspectiva multidisciplinaria. La atención y discusión en forma activa permitirá a profesionales de diversas partes del mundo interactuar con destacados expertos en las esferas de la educación, la política idiomática y la planificación lingüística, los estudios latinoamericanos, la lingüística aplicada, la etnomusicología, la antropología, la sociolingüística y la lingüística antropológica y la informática. A través de múltiples eventos tales como discursos de los expositores principales, paneles de presentación, talleres interactivos, discusiones de mesa redonda y exhibiciones de pósteres y demostraciones de herramientas technológicas, el presente simposio contribuirá a la enseñanza, difusión, mantenimiento y revitalización de las lenguas y culturas indígenas de la región.

STLILLA es un evento permanente, y emigra entre nuestras instituciones asociadas. Asimismo, queremos mantener las puertas abiertas para que otras personas e instituciones interesadas sigan sumándose a nuestro esfuerzo. Esperamos que el trabajo que creamos y compartiremos en el simposio trascienda las barreras de la academia y encuentre un lugar en la amplia comunidad internacional, brindando a todos los participantes la oportunidad de compartir su mundo y sus palabras mediante sus propias voces.


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