Starting October 15, ELA will be hosting weekly introductory Quechua classes from our old friends New York Quechua Collective, 7 to 9 pm every Monday at ELA’s office in Manhattan. Sign up here!
On October 19 the American Museum of Natural History will host Ciao Babylon, a film about ELA’s work, as part of the Margaret Mead Film Festival.
On October 25, ELA Co-Director Daniel Kaufman will speak on ELA’s work at the conference Indigenous Languages: From Endangerment to Revitalization and Resilience, at the University of Michigan.
From November 14-16, ELA will participate in the Big Cities, Small Languages conference in Berlin, with Daniel giving the keynote.