is a PhD student at the University of Warsaw, Faculty of “Artes Liberales”. He received his master degree in Linguistics and Ibero-American studies summa cum laude from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 2015. The title of his master thesis was “The Lexical Modernization of Southern Quechua: Methodology and Efficiency”. In addition, Gregory Haimovich published several papers on Andean anthropological linguistics and Spanish-Quechua language contact. His PhD research, organized as participatory-action research in the region of Sierra Norte de Puebla, Mexico, concerns application of the Nahuatl language in health services.