Latin American Studies | Quechua I
Q101 | 27483 | Tandioy

5:45 - 7p       MTWR      TBA

Instructor Francisco Tandioy is a native speaker of Inga and
doctoral student at IU

Inga is spoken in Colombia and Ecuador; it is the northernmost
dialect of the grand Quechua family of languages which has some 13
million speakers.  This class features Inga language instruction as
well as exposure to such cultural elements as --community
organization; traditional medicine; food ways; myths and legends;
music and song; arts and crafts

Samuichi inga simita iachaikuichi
Come and learn the Quechua language!!!

Note for advisors and students:
There are no pre-requisites for LTAM Q-101, and freshmen are
welcome; however, this option requires a deep interest in the
peoples, language and culture of the Andes and adjacent lowlands of
South America, and should be especially valuable for students who
already have knowledge of one of the other languages spoken in South
America.  A student who reaches the fourth semester proficiency in
Inga will be allowed to use that proficiency for the College B.A.
language requirement.

Above course meets with Q501, section 28376, L426, & L527