Latin American Indigenous Print Cultures Workshop. August 25th 2023

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Friday 18 August 2023

Latin American Indigenous Print Cultures Workshop

Centre for Amerindian, Latin American and Caribbean Studies

University of St Andrews

August 25th 2023

Program

 9am-10.30am – Panel 1: Cultural memory, authenticity and the book form[1]

Philippe Erikson (University of Paris-Nanterre) – Itënëimëk. Kunolo. An autonomous wayana editorial project in French Guiana.

Catherine Alès (CNRS/ University of St Andrews) – Production of Writing Documents in Amerindian Language and Transmission of Values

Valentina Vapnarsky (CNRS/ University of Paris-Nanterre) – Old Maya palimpsests, regenerative copies and a modern publication

(Valentina comments on Phillipe, Phillipe comments on Catherine, Catherine on Valentina)

 

10.30am-11am: Coffee Break

 

11am- 12.30pm – Panel 2: The politics of (co)-authorship and collaboration

Olivia Casagrande (University of Sheffield) – ‘You taught me language; and my profit on’t’. Translation, collective authorship, and frictions as anticolonial collaborations in indigenous and anthropological writing

Jonathan Alderman (LMU, Munich) – Quechua, Aymara and Spanish texts in popular educational project in Andean Bolivia

Andrés Napurí (National University of San Marcos) – Life histories with members of indigenous societies: methodological and ethical remarks

 

(Jonathan comments on Olivia, Andrés comments on Jonathan, Olivia comments on Andrés)

12.30pm-1.30pm: Lunch

 

1.30- 3pm – Panel 3: Multimodal expressions

Maria Koulouri (University of St Andrews) – Indigenous Infographics: how wool and colour on Khipu Board registries assisted in the understanding of Andean community classifications in nineteenth-century Peru.

Jessica Sequeira (University of Cambridge)- Santos Chávez’ evolving artistic vision in Mapuche print culture

Sol Barreto (Catapoesia – Minas Gerais) – As Loas no Tempo/ Espaco Da Memoria

(Jessica comments on Maria, Sol comments on Jessica, Patrick comments on Sol)

 

3pm-3.30pm – Coffee

 

3.30pm-5pm- Panel 4: Indigenous Writing: Autonomy vs Institutionalisation?

Mariana López Durand, Luz María Lepe Lira (University of Querétaro)- Approaching imagined publics through materiality of self and institutionally published indigenous literatures in Mexico

Angelica Waner (UCLA) Retaking the Path: Neza Cubi and the Start of a Movement

Dylan Bradbury (University of Manchester) – The sensory politics of writing in Mapuzugun

(Angelica comments on Mariana, Dylan comments on Angelica, Mariana comments on Dylan)

 

5pm-5.30pm- Closing Remarks (Patrick O’Hare and Natalia Buitron)

 

[1] 20-minute presentations, followed by 5 minutes from discussant then 15 minutes general discussion at the end.

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