The Symposium will open with a reception for all participants the evening of Thursday, October 25, and meet for three days (Friday-Sunday) at The Ohio State University's Columbus campus. We expect the participation of over 100 panelists and speakers from all over the country and Latin America. The Symposium will offer a dynamic, multi-‐format event that will include keynote presentations, panels, round tables, interactive workshops, demonstration classes, poster sessions, cultural/musical performances, indigenous film sessions and technological tool showcases. The Symposium will involve faculty and graduate students from many different departments, including, but not limited to: SPPO, Linguistics, History, Musicology, Anthropology, Geography, and Folklore Studies.
- Ethnography of Indigenous Languages and Cultures: intellectual, political, and cultural roles of indigenous communities in Latin America; sociocultural practices and knowledge;
- Musical/Dance Performances
- Film Screening
- Outcomes Session
- Simultaneous Sessions
- Cooking Classes
More information about invited speakers will be released as soon as it's available.