Martín Castillo Collado hails from Cusco, Perú,
and teaches in the University of Michigan
Curious About Quechua?
Click the picture above for a slideshow of images from our Quechua students' October outing to the Star Llama farm in Dundee.
Study Quechua at Michigan...
The Center for Latin America and Caribbean Studies offers a comprehensive language program featuring beginning, intermediate, and advanced Quechua language. Quechua was the language of the Inca Empire, and under Spanish colonial rule became the lingua franca of the Andes. Today it is the most widely spoken indigenous language of the Americas, with some 10 million speakers in Bolivia, Perú, Ecuador, Colombia, Chile, and Argentina.
...or Study Quechua in Cusco
To complement our academic year Quechua offerings in Ann Arbor we also conduct, each summer, an intensive, immersing, unforgettable summer program in Cusco, Perú.