Mapudungun Ideologies in Chile: race, indigenousness, nation, and language
Gabriel Alvarado is a linguist, lexicographer, translator, and educator based in Santiago, Chile. He holds a Masters degree in Hispanic Linguistics from the University of Chile (2011), and a Doctorate in Latino, Latin American and Iberian Cultures from the City University of New York (2020). Dr. Alvarado’s doctoral thesis and his current research focus on Mapuche linguistic political struggles and their connection to other broader issues of the Mapuche indigenous people of Chile.
Wednesday, October 6, 2021 7PM EST
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Event sponsored by:
Rochester Committee on Latin America (ROCLA)
Western New York Peace Center – Latin America Solidarity Committee