Hilaria Cruz

1377 Patterson Office Tower
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I am a Lyman T. Johnson Postdoctoral Fellow and a native speaker of San Juan Quiahije Chatino Eastern Chatino, an endangered Zapotecan language, spoken in the mountains of Oaxaca, Mexico. Through my documentation and revitalization work on the Chatino languages since 2003, I've collected and archived more than one hundred hours of audio recordings of naturalistic speech in formal and informal settings. I am currently researching  the Chatino concepts of the dead in four Eastern Chatino communities: Santa Maria Amialtepec, San Juan Quiahije, Santiago Yaitepec, and San Marcos Zacatepec.

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