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12 and 13 September 2016, Humanities Research Institute, University of Sheffield, UK
This two-day conference will bring together researchers with diverse interests in indigenous cultures, languages and histories from a range disciplinary backgrounds with the aim of exploring research findings, concepts and methodologies.
The conference is a collaborative initiative between scholars at the University of Sheffield, UK and the Universidad Autonóma de Zacatecas, Mexico. While this conference will build on existing links between scholars in Mexico, USA, Poland, Spain and the UK, we are looking forward to welcoming many new faces to our collaboration.
We are delighted that Dr Justyna Olko (University of Warsaw) and Dr John Sullivan (Zacatecas State University and University of Warsaw), leading figures in the revitalisation and preservation of the indigenous Mexican language Nahuatl, will deliver a keynote address.
Last updated 4 January 2017.