Linguistics programs for Mexican and Panamanian nationals

AlĂ­cia Fuentes-Calle alicia.fuentescalle at GMAIL.COM
Fri Apr 25 14:21:46 UTC 2014
(in the Basque Country, Spain)
this is  a course program on revitalization of indigenous languages based
on the Basque language experience
this is quite apreciated by (latin) american indigenous speakers (know
cases of Maya and Quechua speakers (teachers/leaders in their communities
of origin in Mexico and Equador) who found it great)

On Thu, Apr 24, 2014 at 8:11 PM, Bryan James Gordon <linguista at>wrote:

> A few of my colleagues from Mexico and Panama have asked me about
> opportunities for continuing their linguistic education, with the goal of
> acquiring skills they can use for language reclamation and maintenance in
> their home communities. I know very little about the programs in Mexico
> (some I know are quite prestigious, but I don't know which ones are
> appropriate for an applied focus), and from what I understand there is no
> linguistics major at all in Panama. I've encouraged my colleagues to look
> into opportunities in Bolivia and Colombia for the indigenous universities,
> and Spain because they have a lot of scholarships for Latin Americans. But
> I don't really know where in particular to steer them even in those places,
> or if there are any good North American programs with scholarships
> available for Latin Americans. I'd be interested in any of y'all's
> suggestions!
> --
> ***********************************************************
> Bryan James Gordon, MA
> Joint PhD Program in Linguistics and Anthropology
> University of Arizona
> ***********************************************************
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