Academic Publishing Wiki

Proposed new (sub) title: DKN_Diaspora_Knowledge_Network_diaspora_education

Types of education support materials[]

Section 1 General[]

A general survey of the history and culture of a country of source migration: Peru.

Section 2 Specific[]

This section is specific to the area(s) from where a family has moved. In this case the city and department of Arequipa in Southern Peru. Readers can add other cities or departments.

Section 3 Family and friends[]

Matriarchs and patriarchs. Biographical records of individual lives and the socio-economic context of those lives. Focuses on past figures. (Tries not to publish biographies – for reasons of privacy – until twenty-five** years after a person’s death, though collecting information should start as soon as possible.)

Section 4 Between countries / regions[]

History of a relationship – between the host and the source countries.

In today's digital age, education support materials come in many different forms, from traditional textbooks to online resources. Online tools, such as plagiarism checkers from can be especially helpful for students and educators to ensure that their work is original and meets the ethical standards of academic integrity.


SECTION 1: The old days![]

1. The beginnings of Peruvian civilisation 2,900 BC.[]

See The final part needs tidying up. Have a look at other Caral videos / articles on YouTube and other sites. Choose the best for you and copy into our Caral document.

2. The spread of Quechua language and culture 500 BC to 2000 AD[]

In preparation. For preview see Wait for a better formated version.

SECTION 2: Areas from where a family has moved[]

The following section is specific to the area from where a family has moved. In this case Arequipa in Southern Peru. Add other cities or departments.

Peru and Arequipa though music[]

Music can be the most evocative, fluid and supportive of the media. Arequipa / Peru: some good old-fashioned music (Add some more-contemporary clips) See Compare with the bel canto of Juan Diego Florez, the part Peruvian-inspired jazz of Andres Prado and the coastal Afro-Peruvian music of Manos Negras ~

SECTION 3: Diasporic family history[]

Patriarch of the family. This links academic history with family history. Always important but more so in the case of diasporas.

Example: Juan de Dios Melo[]

~ See

SECTION 4: History of a relationship – between the host and the source countries[]

Sweden and Peru (Arequipa)[]


Britain and Peru[]

(Add examples, text and comments)

Initial stub (now a reserved backup file in limbo)[]

Guides for tutors[]

These guides use collaborative education (minkapedia) software. They are being developed at several levels: (1) general interest, (2) undergraduate and (3) postgraduate. They cover themes related to archaeology, history, society, economy, ecology, business, governance amongst others and they will deal especially with the Andean Republics and their links past and present, with European countries commencing with Peru, Ireland, France and the United Kingdom.

Basic course Europe and the Andes[]

Earliest Andean cities and Europe[]


   * 0001 Read this first / Leame primero
   * 010708earthquake
   * 010708walks
   * 080528RT
   * 080601JHE
   * 080604SPUK
   * 080607Index
   * 080701earthquake.
   * 080730BES
   * 080801BOL1
   * 080801BOL2
   * 080801Index
   * 080801SCR
   * 080801embedding videos
   * 080801punenos arequipa
   * 080812 PERN
   * 080815 One year on from the Chincha-Peru earthquake
   * 080820 Embedding text
   * 080906SWE
   * 080910DKN
   * 080918 Britain Ireland and Chile seventeenth century


   * 1000
   * 1647 The Putney Debates


   * Advancement and dissemination of knowledge: the Peruvian earthquake 2007
   * Afro-Peruvian Musical Heritage in Lima and in London

A cont.

   * Andean textiles influence modernist architecture
   * Arequipa Peru: nostalgia y música
   * Austin 1100 in Cabanaconde


   * Bolivians in the UK


   * Callcott Lyell earthquakes in Chile
   * Caral
   * Chilean Independence Day 18 September 1810
   * Colombian independence
   * Colonial period
   * Criolla


   * Darwin, Charles
   * Deskilling and migration
   * Deuda Ecológica
   * Diasporic education networks
   * Día de la Canción Criolla


   * Elections and integration
   * Endangered Languages proposal May 2008


   * Gone for a Burton
   * Guides for tutors


   * Historical roots Bolivian crisis
   * How we speak ~ a history of how the Andean languages developed.


   * Journal of Peruvian Studies
   * Juan Diego Florez


   * Las Casas, Bartolomé de
   * Latin American art and artists in the United Kingdom

L cont.

   * Latin American art and the diaspora
   * Latin American events (UK)
   * Lorry Salcedo Mitrani
   * Los Dansaq (danza de las tijeras)


   * Manos Negras
   * Minkapedia
   * Mothers Day 2008


   * Oral history


   * Paracas
   * Pazos Kanki
   * Peru - race and class
   * Peru Earthquake one-year on 15 August 2008
   * Peru education and requalification
   * Peru, the UK and monkeys
   * Peruvian University Abroad
   * Peruvian and Peruvianist Organisations
   * Peruvian archaeology in London
   * Peruvian television
   * Prehistory of the Andes
   * Proposals for a permanent collaborative editing network


   * Remittances




   * Talk:Elections and integration


   * Una sombra al frente


   * Vizcardo y Guzmán


   * William Blake and America

Level 1[]

Detail of level[]

Level 1. General interest - no prior specialist knowledge.


Regional or departmental focus.

For whom[]

This guide for tutors (you of course can be your own tutor and take the course direct) is aimed initially for tutors in Saturday schools, community centres, extra-curricular secondary school projects, cultural associations and other study groups.


Although its academic level aims to be of general interest and easy access its level of focus can be highly specialist[1] In some countries of Europe customised parental language lessons are given in the state schools. This is done to encourage literacy in "immigrant" parental languages - with a long term view that the country's export industry, for example, will benefit from a pool of global language speakers.

  1. Our initial guide dealt with one Peruvian Department: Arequipa


The tutor guides also contain material to aid you in developing tutor-guides for other departments, regions, provinces and towns. The guides are being put together by volunteers and Minkanews encourages its readers to participate by forming study groups or contributing individually – on any relevant theme – and sharing your experience with the rest of us.

For more information[]

Turn to the following title Arequipa Peru: nostalgia y música.

Please place any comments – and your own guides – on the discussion page. Click discussion tab above.