Andean Studies Conference, Day 1: Institute for Andean Studies

Conference/Symposium | January 5 | 8:30 a.m.-5 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.

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
Break 10:15–10:30

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

Break 2:45–3:00

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
Break 4:00–4:15

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

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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