Alana DeLoge

  • Quechua Instructor, Quechua Program Coordinator, Quechua Minor Advisor, PhD Candidate in Linguistics

Alana DeLoge first traveled to Cochabamba, Bolivia in 2002. She has been a student, teacher, advocate, and enthusiast of Quechua ever since. She is currently the Quechua instructor at the University of Pittsburgh as well as the faculty director of Pitt in Bolivia, a summer study abroad program. She loves sharing Quechua language and culture with her students. In addition to her teaching roles, Alana is also pursuing a PhD in linguistics, having already completed an MA in anthropology and an MPH in public health. Her research focuses on how indigenous language is used in healthcare contexts in Bolivia. 

Research Interest Summary

Ethnolinguistic vitality of Quechua

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