It is directed by Julia Madajczak, with the participation of Katarzyna Granicka, Szymon Gruda and John Sullivan from “Artes Liberales,” as well as José Luis de Rojas from Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Monika Jaglarz from the Jagiellonian Library. The team will work on the only manuscript in Nahuatl held by a Polish institution and, at the same time, one of the oldest manuscripts in Nahuatl worldwide. The project has already sparked interest in Poland and abroad:
One of the works done at IDIEZ (Istituto de Docencia e Investigación Etologica de Zacatecas AC) with the University of Warsaw, is to make known the mother tongue, nahuatl, in its variant from Huasteca Veracruzana, región del municipio de Chicontepec, Veracruz.
On the third of february 2017, several books published by the University of Warsaw and IDIEZ (Tlahtolixcopincayotl, 2016. Tlahtolxitlauhcayotl: Chicontepec, Veracruz, 2016. Nahui Tonatiuh, 2015. Tototatahhuan ininixtlamatiliz, 2014) were given to the following educational establishments in Chicontepec:
Primaria “General Adalberto Tejada”
Telesecundaria Público “Justo Sierra Méndez”
Preescolar Federal Bilingüe “Ignacio Allende”
Telesecundaria Pública “Carlos A. Carrillo”
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 692199.
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