Conference/Symposium | January 5 | 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. | 160 Kroeber Hall
John Rick, President, Institute for Andean Studies
A Map of Locations Relevant to the Meeting is available.
Please note that the conference is taking place in 160 Kroeber Hall this year.
See SATURDAY (Day 2 of 2) Program on a separate posting.
FRIDAY MORNING 8 : 3 0 - 9 : 1 5
FRIDAY MORNING 9 : 1 5 - 1 2 : 0 0
RANDALL HAAS, IOANA STEFENESCU, ALEX GARCIA-PUTNAM, University of Wyoming; MARK ALDENDERFER, University Of California, Merced; MARK CLEMENTZ, MELISSA MURPHY, University of Wyoming; CARLOS VIVIANO LLAVE, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos; JAMES WATSON, University of Arizona. Testing for verticality among Archaic foragers of the Titicaca Basin
ANDREW RODDICK, McMaster University; JOHN JANUSEK, Vanderbilt University. From Qeya Chico to Berlin: A Late Formative Lake Titicaca style 60 years later
RICHARD MARSHALL LUNNISS, Universidad Técnica de Manabí, Portoviejo, Ecuador. Infant ancestors at Salango: An extraordinary ancient burial practice of the Ecuadorian coast
PEIYU CHEN, University of Pittsburgh. Marine-based subsistence and its social implications in the Late Preceramic and Initial Period: A different pattern from Huaca Negra, North Coast of Peru
ANA CECILIA MAURICIO (IAS 2018 TRAVEL GRANTEE), Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Los Morteros and Pampa de las Salinas: Early monumentality, environmental transformations, and the creation of a preceramic ceremonial landscape
FRIDAY MIDDAY 1 2 : 0 0 - 1 : 4 5
Fifth Annual Commensal Feast, Heyns Room, The Faculty Club, ground floor (all are welcome; no signup or schedule; purchase cafeteria lunch and enter the room across from the food line): 11:30‒2:30
Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology tour (limited group size; sign up at registration): TBA‒TBA
Poster session, 120 Kroeber Hall: 1:00‒1:45
FRIDAY AFTERNOON 1 : 4 5 - 5 : 1 5
BRIAN R. BILLMAN, UNC Chapel Hill and MOCHE, Inc.; PATRICK MULLINS, University of Pittsburgh and MOCHE, Inc. Big data, big challenges: The preliminary results of the Moche Valley Ancient Settlement Survey on the North Coast of Peru
JEAN-FRANÇOIS MILLAIRE, KAYLA GOLAY LAUSANNE, EDWARD EASTAUGH, Western University. Drone survey at the Gallinazo Group site in the Virú Valley, Peru: Reconstructing an ancient urbanscape through aerial photogrammetry and thermography
BEBEL IBARRA, Tulane University. Recuay changes in ceremonial and mortuary architecture in the North Highlands of Peru and their implications for political organization ca. AD 200 900
MEGHAN TIERNEY, Carleton College. Early Nasca sculptural effigy vessels in context
GO MATSUMOTO, Yamagata University; GABRIELA DE LOS RIOS, Lambayeque Complex Archaeological Project. Exploring the multiplicity of the Lambayeque society during the Middle Sicán period (AD 950-1100)
PATRICIA J. NETHERLY, Vanderbilt University. Enigmatic Chimor: The expansion, governance, and defeat of an Andean State
FRIDAY EVENING 5 : 3 0
Annual Business Meeting (IAS members only)
The program, including the poster presenters and titles, continues on the SATURDAY (Day 2 of 2) posting.
$40 Early registration, $10 Student early registration, $60 Registration after Jan 1 and at the door, $20 Student registration after Jan 1 and at the door
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