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Nahuatl Study Group

LACSI Yellow House
Conversation Group

Chocolotl, tomatl, coyotl. Do you recognize these words? 

That´s right, we get "chocolate," "tomato," "coyote," and many other words from Nahuatl, the language of the Aztec empire that is still spoken by about 2 million people.

Join the Náhuatl Study Group for our first weekly meeting this Wednesday, September 9 at 4:15 pm in Gilbert Hall room 309. Our goal is to study Nahuatl language, literature, and culture in a collaborative environment. 

All are welcome. No previous knowledge of Náhuatl is required. 

Email with any questions or comments.

Sponsored by the Latin American and Carribbean Studies Institute (LACSI) and the Latin American Indigenous Languages (LAIL) initiative at UGA.


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