Courses and Workshops

Introduction to Language and Náhuatl Culture Workshop at Indigenous Museum of the National Commission for the Development of Indigenous Towns

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The Indigenous Museum of the National Commission for the Development of Indigenous Towns invites you to the incredible Language and Náhuatl Culture Workshop given by Karen Linares Mendoza, Náhuatl native speaker (in its Mexican variation of the high center), and certified professor of this language by the Foreign Languages Learning Center (CELE) and José Abraham Méndez Hernández, speaker of the Mexican variant of the center of Puebla, graduated of the postgraduate studies in Mesoamerican studies in UNAM and certificate in the teaching of the Náhuatl by the CELE.

With more than one million 200 thousand speakers, today Náhuatl is the second national language more spoken in Mexico, only after Spanish. Come to the workshop that begins on October 13 and finishes on December 16 from 16:00 to 18:00 hours.

As all events and workshops of the Commission for the Development of Indigenous Towns, the admission is free previous registration. Do not miss it!

 

Imparten: Karen Linares Mendoza y José Abraham Méndez Hernández


OPPENING HOURS AND ADMISSION:

Saturday March 18 to May 20 2017, 10:00 - 13:00 hrs.


PRECINT

Indigenous Museum. Former Customs of Peralvillo

Av. Paseo de la Reforma 707 Col. Morelos, C.P. 6200, Deleg. Cuauhtémoc México, Ciudad de México

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