Linguistics Department

Gladys Camacho Rios

The University of Texas at Austin

Gladys Camacho Rios



Quechua phonology, the grammar and semantics of the verbal morphology, and morphosyntax.


I am an L1 speaker of the South Bolivian variety of Quechua. I am originally from a rural town where I have inherited my native language along with its cultural values. I am a community-based language researcher, a published author in Quechua, and PhD candidate in Linguistics. My fieldwork involves documenting monolingual Quechua as it is spoken by elderly people in rural towns in Bolivia. 

  • Department of Linguistics

    University of Texas at Austin
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    Robert L. Patton Hall (RLP) 4.304
    Austin, TX 78712