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Janice Nuckolls: Amazonian Quichua Languages--Research of a BYU Prof and Students
Today’s guest on Thinking Aloud is Janice Nuckolls, a linguist who specializes in Quichua, a vast language group which extends throughout the Andes and western Amazon.  Each summer, Nuckolls takes a group of BYU students with her to the jungles of Ecuador to study one dialect of Quichua.  Today on Thinking Aloud, she’s here to share with us more about Quichua, the native people who speak it, and the students who go with her to learn about the fascinating Quichua culture. —Original airdate: 3/21/2016

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