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All majors are welcome! No Portuguese language required. We adapt the course to meet your professional goals.
- Estimated course dates: July 20-August 13, 2020
- Estimated course cost: $4,600
Applications are open!
For more information, please email: Prof. Emi Ireland at email@example.com or Dr. Laura Zanotti firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Profs
Emilienne Ireland email@example.com, Faculty Co-Director, is a Fellow at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Dept. of Anthropology, and Director of the Wauja Language Revitalization and Documentation Project at the Americas Research Network, arenet.org. Emi received her training in anthropology from Columbia and Yale universities, speaks Wauja, and has worked with the Wauja community since 1981. Clip from a 2012 BBC documentary.
Phil Tajitsu Nash firstname.lastname@example.org, Faculty Co-Director, has served as a Curator at the Smithsonian Institution and as co-leader of courses based in the Wauja and Mebêngôkre-Kayapó communities in Central Brazil. He is affiliated with the Asian American and Latin American Studies Centers at the University of Maryland, and has been documenting and supporting the Wauja community in Piyulaga since 1996.
Course development made possible by generous support from the Betty J. Meggers Grant Program of the Americas Research Network, as part of the CoLing Project