Andean Studies Conference, Day 2: Institute for Andean Studies

Conference/Symposium: Other Cal Archaeology | January 7 | 8:30 a.m.-10 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.

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

Saturday, January 7th
SATURDAY MORNING 8:30-9:15
Registration

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

CAROLE SINCLAIRE A., Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino
Circulación y consumo de textiles Tiwanaku entre los cazadores- recolectores marinos de la costa del desierto de Atacama, Norte de Chile

ANN POLLARD ROWE, The Textile Museum/George Washington University Museum, Washington, DC
A new textile style from the North-Central Coast of Peru

GRACE KATTERMAN, California Institute for Peruvian Studies
Elite women of Puruchuco

Break 10:45-11:00

LUIS FERNANDO BÉJAR LUKSIC, JOSÉ MIGUEL BASTANTE ABUHADBA, Parque
Arqueológico Nacional de Machupicchu
Machu Picchu before the Incas: research advances in the Isla Chico sector of the archaeological monument of Salapunku

ARTURO F. RIVERA INFANTE, Centro Peruano de Arqueología Marítima y Subacuática;
PETER KAULICKE, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Terrestrial and underwater archaeology in the northern Sibinacocha Lake Region, Pitumarca-Cusco: a preliminary report


SATURDAY MIDDAY 12:00-2:15
Poster session, Wurster Hall foyer: 1:30?2:15

SATURDAY AFTERNOON 2:15-5:00
Session chair: TBA, TBA

ALICIA BOSWELL, Bard Graduate Center and Metropolitan Museum of Art
Collambay, Chimú and Inca: local-imperial interaction in the Moche Valley chaupiyunga

PETER FROST, Institute of Andean Studies; KEVIN FLOERKE, Independent scholar; JAVIER FONSECA S., affiliation TBA; AMERICO MEZA C., affiliation TBA
Vilcabamba's Yanama River: the space/time boundary of an Inca royal estate?

Break 3:15-3:30

SARA MORRISSET, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Conduits of power: ritualized displays of water at the Inka site of Saksaywaman

MACIEJ SOBCZYK, University of Warsaw
Apu Coropuna and Maucallacta: structure and functioning of the Inca oracle according to archaeological and historical sources

MARK DRIES, University of California, Davis
The indios mineros of early colonial Huancavelica: the indigenous collaboration in Peru's most infamous mine?

SATURDAY EVENING 8PM (OPEN TO THE PUBLIC)
STEVE WERNKE, Vanderbilt University
Bound together, torn apart: a spatial archaeology and microhistory of forced resettlement in the colonial Andes

SATURDAY EVENING 9PM
President's reception, Archaeological Research Facility

POSTERS
Posters will be on display throughout the conference in the Wurster foyer. Poster authors will be available between 1:00 and 1:45 on Friday and 1:30 and 2:15 on Saturday.
JESSICA CHRISTIE, East Carolina University
Inka border negotiations on the South-Central Coast

CHRISTINA A. CONLEE, Texas State University; CHESTER P. WALKER, Archaeo- Geophysical Associates; JAMES POTTER, PaleoWest Archaeology; ALDO NORIEGA, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
Tracing the remains of Huaca del Loro: remote sensing at a Middle Horizon site in Nasca

ALICIA GORMAN, University of California, Santa Barbara; KEVIN VAUGHN, University of California, Los Angeles; MICHIEL ZEGARRA ZEGARRA, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
A ceramic perspective on religion and power on the South Coast of Peru

SARAH L. DOST KERCHUSKY, University of California, Santa Barbara; CORINA M. KELLNER, Northern Arizona University
Isotopic analysis of Nasca trophy head individuals from Zorropata, Las Trancas Valley, Nasca, Peru

CHRIS LA PLACA, JOVANA HERNANDEZ, SARAH L. DOST KERCHUSKY, University of
California, Santa Barbara
Analysis of faunal remains from Zorropata: an EIP and Middle Horizon Nasca habitation site located in the Las Trancas Valley, Nasca, Peru

MADISON E. LEE, EMILY A. SCHACH, JANE E. BUIKSTRA, School of Human Evolution
and Social Change, Arizona State University, Tempe
The children of Chuza: a mortuary analysis of a Late Intermediate Period site located in Ilo, Peru

WESTON C. MCCOOL, University of California, Santa Barbara
Optimizing defense: assessing the relationship between fortification investment and settlement accessibility

MARGARET NELSON, CORINA M. KELLNER, Northern Arizona University; DANIELLE
S. KURIN, University of California, Santa Barbara
Witnessing the death of an empire: paleodiet reconstruction at Turpo, Peru, A.D. 800-1000

CARLOS OSORES, GABRIEL PRIETO, Programa Arqueológico Huanchaco, Universidad Nacional de Trujillo
The fishermen and their dogs: a case study of Pampa La Cruz, Moche Valley, Peru

DOMINIKA SIECZKOWSKA, Centro de Estudios Andinos, University of Warsaw; JOSE BASTANTE, Ministerio de Cultura, Cusco
¿El sitio de Chachabamba como el caso único? La introducción al problema de su planificación, orientación y organización

SYLWIA SIEMIANOWSKA, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Center of Precolumbian Studies, University of Warsaw
Algunos aspectos del material cerámico del sitio de Maucallacta, Arequipa, Perú: el análisis preliminar de la investigación sobre la cerámica del Basural-2

NICOLE SLOVAK, Santa Rosa Junior College; JOHN RICK, Stanford University; ADINA PAYTAN, CHIA-TE CHIEN, Institute of Marine Sciences, UC Santa Cruz
Establishing biologically available strontium isotope signatures for Chavín de Huantar, Peru

SCOTT C. SMITH, Franklin & Marshall College; ADOLFO PÉREZ, Instituto de Investigaciones Antropológicas y Arqueológicas (IIAA), Universidad Mayor de San Andrés, La Paz; MARIBEL PÉREZ, University of Pittsburgh
Rethinking the Middle Formative to Late Formative transition in the southern Lake Titicaca basin: new data from Iruhito, Bolivia

CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS, ANDREW HAMILTON, Princeton University
Captured in the act: khipucamayocs on a Princeton University bar khipu: the khipu as an object of display

PATRICK RYAN WILLIAMS, Chicago Field Museum; DONNA NASH, UNC- Greensboro;
ANITA COOK, Catholic University of America; WILLIAM ISBELL, SUNY-Binghamton
Wari ceramic production in the heartland and provinces

RAFAEL VALDEZ, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Nuevas propuestas e implicancias acerca del estilo Nievería: un estudio de la cerámica recuperada por Max Uhle, Louis M. Stumer y la Misión Arqueológica Italiana

  $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