Andean Studies Conference, Day 2: Institute for Andean Studies

Conference/Symposium | January 11 | 8:30 a.m.-10 p.m. | 160 Kroeber Hall

 John Rick, President, Institute for Andean Studies

 Institute of Andean Studies

A Map of Locations Relevant to the Meeting is available.

The program begins on FRIDAY (Day 1 of 2) provided in a separate posting.

SATURDAY MORNING 8:30-9:15 Registration

SATURDAY MORNING 9:15-11:30
Session chair: TBA, TBA

ALINA APARICIO DE LA RIVA , California Institute for Peruvian Studies (CIPS), Universidad Católica de Santa María (UCSM), and Museo Santuario Andino, Arequipa
El tratamiento de los textiles en el campo

AMY OAKLAND , California State University East Bay, Institute of Andean Studies Middle Horizon textiles from Site A on the Pyramid of the Sun, Moche valley

Break 10:15–10:30

ANN P. ROWE , The Textile Museum, The George Washington University Museum
Fugitive dyes in Chancay textiles

GRACE KATTERMAN , California Institute for Peruvian Studies (CIPS), Universidad Católica de Santa Maria (UCSA) and Museo Santuario Andino, Arequipa
Sacred textile offerings from the high Andes

SATURDAY MIDDAY 11:30-1:45

Poster session, 120 Kroeber Hall: 1:00‒1:45

SATURDAY AFTERNOON 1:45-5:15
Session chair: TBA, TBA

RANDALL HAAS, TAMMY BUONASERA, University of California, Davis; JENNIFER CHEN, Pennsylvania State University; JELMER EERKENS, University of California, Davis; SARAH NOE , University of California, Santa Barbara; GLENDON PARKER, University of California, Davis; JOHN SOUTHON, University of California, Irvine;

CARLOS VIVIANO LLAVE, Independent; JAMES WATSON, University of Arizona and Arizona State Museum
Excavations at Wilamaya Patjxa, Lake Titicaca basin, 9–7ka

DAGMARA SOCHA , University of Warsaw; RUDDY PEREA CHAVEZ, Museo Santuarios Andinos, Universidad Católica de Santa Maria, Arequipa
Capacocha from Pichu Pichu and Ampato (Peru): Anthropological analysis of human remains

Break 2:45–3:00

VINCENT R. LEE , Institute of Andean Studies
Planning the construction of Saqsaywaman’s northern terraces

DOMINIKA SIECZKOWSKA, University of Warsaw; JOSE BASTANTE, National Archaeological Park of Machupicchu
Desde los apus hasta la extirpación de la idolatría: El curioso caso del sitio arqueológico de Qantupata en el Parque Arqueológico Nacional de
Machupicchu–Peru

Break 4:00–4:15

ROSABELLA ALVAREZ -CALDERON SILVA -SANTISTEBAN, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Negotiating the future of the prehispanic past in the modern city of Lima, Peru

ALEXANDER AURIS GONZALES , CAROLINE NEWTON, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Cajamarquilla: An urban analysis for new approaches of appropriation and interaction in archaeological sites

SATURDAY DINNER BREAK 5:15-7:30

SATURDAY EVENING 7:30
(Open to the public)
CARLA HERNÁNDEZ GARAVITO , University of California, Riverside
W’akas, plazas, and conquest: The children of Pariaqaqa and the Inka empire (Huarochirí, Peru)

SATURDAY EVENING 8:30
President’s reception, Archaeological Research Facility

POSTERS
Posters will be on display throughout the conference in 120 Kroeber Hall. Poster authors
will be available between 1:00 and 1:45 on Friday and Saturday.

GIOVANY PAOLO ARTEAGA MONTES, Universidad del Cauca
Between Europe, the Andes, and the Amazon: The road used by the Catalan Capuchins to take Christian civilization to Colombian Putumayo

GEORGE CALDWELL, Llamas of Circle Home
Llamas, past, present, and future

CHRISTIANE CLADOS, Philipps University, Marburg
Sacred landscapes represented: Cave symbolism in southern central Andean iconographies

DANIEL FERNANDEZ -DAVILA, Independent; RACHEL LORENC, Johns Hopkins University;

JASON KLEINHENZ, Exact Metrology
New technology, new discoveries in the Chachapoya region: Portable Structured Light 3D scanning for the reconstruction of petroglyphs and
lithic sculptures

KAYLA GOLAY LAUSANNE, JEAN-FRANÇOIS MILLAIRE, Western University-London, Canada
Understanding the urban devolvement of Las Colmenas through an integrated remote sensing approach: Geophysical survey of Las Colmenas
(V-157), Virú valley, Peru

AMEDEO SGHINOLFI , JEAN-FRANÇOIS MILLAIRE , Western University-London, Canada
Reconstructing the prehispanic occupation of an intermediate zone: Pedestrian survey of the Carabamba valley, northern Peru

GENESIS TORRES-MORALES , University of California, Riverside; CELESTE M.
GAGNON , Wagner College
The Chimú at Huaca de la Luna: A bioarchaeological understanding of dietary and nutritional stress

KENNETH R. WRIGHT , Wright Water Engineers, Inc.; RUTH M. W RIGHT , Wright Paleohydrological Institute
Native technology

 $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

  Register online or or by emailing instituteofandeanstudies@gmail.com

 Public talk and reception on Saturday evening.

 instituteofandeanstudies@gmail.com