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“Number and Non-Conceptual Identity in the Andean World: The Case of the Quechua -ntin/-nintin," by Vanessa Gubbins, LACS Seminar Series

Monday, December 5, 2022 at 4:30pm to 5:45pm

Uris Hall, 312

Change in Time to 4:30pm and room to 312 Uris Hall.

This talk discusses identity formation in the Andean world through a study of the Quechua suffix -ntin/ -nintin. It also raises the suffix’s broader philosophical and political ramifications for questions of unity, collectivity, and the relationship between part and whole.

Vanessa Gubbins is Assistant Professor of Latin American Studies in the Department of Romance Studies at Cornell. 

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Event Type

Lecture

Departments

Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, Latino Studies Program, Linguistics, Romance Studies, Global Learning, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Global Cornell, Global Development, Anthropology, Sociology, Department of Development Sociology (DSOC)

University Themes

Diversity

Contact E-Mail

lacs@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Leah Marx

Speaker

Vanessa Gubbins

Speaker Affiliation

Assistant Professor of Latin American Studies in the Department of Romance Studies, Cornell

Disability Access Information

Event venue will be wheelchair accessible, for other accessibility questions write lacs@cornell.edu

Open To

Free and Open to the Public. In-Person attendance taken for LATA/LSP 4000/6000 course participants.

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