Carolina Rodriguez Alzza
Iskonawa verbal arts: language and performance in a context of language revitalization
This project aims to examine the genres of Iskonawa verbal arts, performance, and linguistic features in the Peruvian Amazon. From a discourse-centered approach, I will record oral narratives and analyze the language in use in a multilingual context and during the process in which Iskonawa people seeks to strengthen and revitalize their language. This project will contribute to the development of Linguistic Anthropology in the Amazon by understanding the verbal arts of endangered languages and in contexts of language reclamation and revitalization.
About Carolina Rodriguez Alzza
Carolina Rodriguez Alzza is a doctoral researcher in Linguistic Anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin. She was granted 1,100 USD.