Robin Aronow

Robin Aronow

Temple University

Professor of Linguistics


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Published on Jul 27, 2016

Getting Ready

Hello Dear Supporters,It is such a privilege for me to offer thisĀ authentic fieldwork opportunity to some of my finest students. Ā As you know, our team has grown, which, along with the knowledge we...

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Published on Oct 29, 2015

Getting Ready!

Hello Supporters!As we begin our countdown, I thought I'd share some of our 'goings-on' and developing plans. We are finalizing the surveys on language use that will be distributed...

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Published on Sep 14, 2015

Getting Closer!

Hello Supporters!The momentum is building as we continue to solidify plans for our trip! Sadly, we have lost our beloved translator, Franco, who had to leave the project temporaril...

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Published on Jul 31, 2015

Inti Raymi

This is a one page read that highlights the seriousness of indigenous language loss among Ecuadorian Quichua speakers. I'm not familiar with the author but the content does capture...

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Published on Jul 22, 2015

Ecuadorian Quichua Brian Okum

Here is a lay-friendly article giving important background and description of Ecuadorian Quichua.

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Published on Jul 20, 2015

Quechua: Main Points of Interest For Linguists. (Max Plank Society)

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Published on Jul 20, 2015

Ethnologue Report on Ecuadorian Languages

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Published on Jul 19, 2015

Project Background

In August 2014 I was asked to join a hiking buddy in Ecuador the following November when she would be playing host at a well-known eco-friendly inn. Believing such a trip to be a bit extravagant fo...

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I would enjoy joining you. I'm not sure I'm available that whole time. But something's better than nothing.
Sep 03, 2015
What Does it Take to Keep a Language Alive? Investing in the Future of Salasaca Kichwa
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