Researcher and faculty member on Indigenous and Latinx studies at Harvard University. Dr. Mendoza-Mori is involved with different research and community-oriented projects to raise awareness of the relevance of Quechua languages and literatures, Latinx and Latin American cultures, and Indigenous systems of knowledge. His work has appeared in a variety of academic publications, a TEDx Talk, and has been presented at major institutions such as the United Nations and international media (The New York Times, BBC, NPR, The Guardian). His new book project “Global Quechua: Indigenous culture and language reclamation in the diaspora” focuses on intergenerational and community-oriented efforts for Quechua/Kichwa speakers and community members across local, regional, and diasporic contexts.
Investigador en literatura, lenguas indígenas e industrias culturales en América Latina y región Andina. Consultor cultural.
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Faculty member at Harvard University’s Committee on Ethnicity, Migration, Rights. Lecturer in Latinx studies.
Docente en el programa de Etnicidad de la Universidad de Harvard.
Organizer and facilitator of global and Community-based initiatives for the revitalization and cultural reclamation of Indigenous Languages.
Promotor de iniciativas comunitarias y globales para el reconocimiento y revitalización de Lenguas Originarias.