Andean Studies Conference, Day 1: Institute for Andean Studies

Conference/Symposium: Other Cal Archaeology | January 6 | 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. | 112 Wurster Hall

 John Rick, President, Institute for Andean Studies

 Archaeological Research Facility

A Map of Locations Relevant to the Meeting is available.

See SATURDAY (Day 2 of 2) Program on a separate posting.


Session chair: TBA, TBA

RANDALL HAAS, University of Wyoming; JAMES WATSON, University of Arizona
Dental evidence for tuber intensification in the Titicaca Basin, 7kya

MARIA BRUNO, Dickinson College; CHRISTINE A. HASTORF, University of California, Berkeley; AMANDA SANTILLI, JAMES CIARROCCA, Dickinson College; JEWELL SORIANO, University of California, Berkeley; JOSÉ CAPRILES FLORES, Pennsylvania State University
Palimpsests of Chiripa landscape management

Break 10:15-10:30

ALEXANDER HERRERA WASSILOWSKY, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá
Tombs, enclosures and the meeting of waters from Huandoy Glacier in the Cordillera Blanca of Peru

THOMAS POZORSKI, SHELIA POZORSKI, University of Texas?Pan American; ROSA MARÍN, affiliation TBA
New Initial Period friezes and architecture at Taukachi-Konkán, Casma Valley, Peru

FRIDAY MIDDAY 11:30-1:45

Fourth 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): 11:45?12:45

Poster session, Wurster Hall foyer: 1:00?1:45

Session chair: TBA, TBA

JOHN W. RICK, ROSA FREGEL, Stanford University; ROSA M. RICK, Programa Arqueológico Chavín; AUGUSTO BAZAN, Fundación Augusto N. Wiese, Complejo Arqueológico El Brujo
Missing history: attempts at explaining an unusual historic burial population from Chavín de Huantar

GABRIEL PRIETO, CARLOS OSORES, Programa Arqueológico Huanchaco, Universidad Nacional de Trujillo
Social dynamics and climate change during the late Early Horizon and the Early Intermediate Period at Pampa La Cruz, Huanchaco Bay, North Coast of Peru

Break 2:45-3:00

LUIS ARMANDO MURO, Stanford University; LUIS JAIME CASTILLO, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Tracing the Moche spectacles of death: corporeality, performance, and political power in the Jequetepeque Valley, Northern Peru (AD 650- 850). A view from Huaca la Capilla-San Jose de Moro

GABRIELA CERVANTES, University of Pittsburgh
The Sican capital: urban organization in pre-Columbian Peru

Break 4:00-4:15

JOSÉ OCHATOMA PARAVICINO (IAS 2017 TRAVEL GRANTEE), Universidad Nacional de San Cristóbal de Huamanga
Nuevas propuestas acerca del desarollo urbano en Wari

TIFFINY A. TUNG, NATASHA VANG, Vanderbilt University; BRENDAN CULLETON, DOUG KENNET, Penn State University
Dietary inequality and indiscriminant violence: a social bioarchaeological study of community health during times of climate change and Wari state decline

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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