Monthly Archives: May 2018

Quechua/Kichwa Language Program

Published: May 11, 2018

Why study Quechua?-Imarayku Runashimita yachakuna? Quechua is an indigenous language from the Andes Mountains in South America that dates back to the Incan Empire! Participate in global history by actively engaging with an international movement to revitalize and further strengthen the indigenous language by learning Quechua with a humanizing approach that is rooted in social…

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Overcoming the Tyranny of Image with Professor Verónica Cortínez

Published: May 2, 2018

Acclaimed Argentinian writer-director Lucrecia Martel recently spoke at the UCLA Hammer Museum about filmmaking following the U.S. premiere of “Zama” (2017), her first film in 10 years. The discussion session was moderated by UCLA Professor Verónica Cortínez, director of the UCLA Center for Southern Cone Studies.  

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