Thursday Schedule

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST
Berkeley, California
Presenter Discussion
Participating authors:
  • Jonathan Ritter — Indigenous Cosmopolitans and the Tourist Encounter: Taquile’s Fiesta de Santiago as Contact Zone
  • Christopher Santiago — Singing, Dreaming and Resistance Among the Water Guardians of Cajamarca, Peru
  • Brendan Weaver — Toward a comparative archaeology of the slavery in Peru: Lima and the Haciendas of Nasca
Participants:
  • Moderator: Steven Filoromo, University of Alabama;

In each scheduled live presenter discussion, the first authors of several presentations with intersecting themes discuss their research and comments or questions from the audience; co-authors may participate from the audience.

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12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST
Berkeley, California
Presenter Discussion
Participating authors:
  • Patricia Chirinos Ogata — Following the Caolin Trail: Cajamarca Archaeology and the Reichlen Collection
  • Solsire Cusicanqui — The Cajamarca of the Apu Rumitiana (Santa Apolonia Hill): integrating the past and the present through community-based and reflexive archaeology
  • Janusz WOŁOSZYN — Bringing Toro Muerto back to life: The past, presence and future of the largest South American rock art complex.
Participants:
  • Moderator: Guy Duke, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley;

In each scheduled live presenter discussion, the first authors of several presentations with intersecting themes discuss their research and comments or questions from the audience; co-authors may participate from the audience.

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2:00 PM - 3:30 PM PST
Berkeley, California
Round Table
Participants:
  • Moderator: Daniela Balanzategui, Chair of the Blue Ribbon Commission Outreach Subcommittee;
  • Moderator: Rodrigo Chocano, Member of the Blue Ribbon Commission Outreach Subcommittee;

Meeting attendees have the opportunity to contribute to the conversation concerning the Institute of Andean Studies’ plans for redefining Andean studies through outreach, especially towards integrating actors who have traditionally been left at the margins of international Andean research networks, based on the Blue Ribbon Commission report

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4:30 PM - 6:00 PM PST
Berkeley, California

Annual Business Meeting (IAS Members Only)

IAS Members: Please attend to vote on Directors for 2022, learn of recent IAS activities and member participation opportunities, and discuss future directions.

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Friday Schedule

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST
Berkeley, California
Presenter Discussion
Participating authors:
  • Elsa Antezana Soria — PAISAJES DIFUSOS, ACTORES NÍTIDOS : EL ROL DE LAS COMUNIDADES CARANGAS EN LA CONSTRUCCIÓN DEL PAISAJE COLONIAL EN TORNO AL CAMINO REAL DE POTOSÍ (SIGLOS XVI AL XVIII)
  • Cesar Astuhuaman — La red de caminos y centros inca en la Depresión/Deflexión de Huancabamba
  • Carlos González Godoy — ARQUEOLOGÍA VIAL INKAICA EN EL DESPOBLADO DE ATACAMA, CHILE: ANTECEDENTES, NUEVOS REGISTROS Y SIGNIFICACIONES ARQUEOASTRONÓMICAS
  • Dennis Nicolas Lorenzo — Rutas del Formativo Medio y Tardío en la Zona Altoandina de Lambayeque, Norte del Perú This presentation may contain photos or other realistic images of human remains.
Participants:
  • Moderator: Di Hu, James Madison University;

In each scheduled live presenter discussion, the first authors of several presentations with intersecting themes discuss their research and comments or questions from the audience; co-authors may participate from the audience.

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12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST
Berkeley, California
Presenter Discussion
Participating authors:
  • Amandine Flammang — Hybrid Funerary Landscapes : Preliminary Review of Mortuary Structures in the Cordillera Negra, Ancash, Peru (AD 1000-1532)
  • Andrea Gonzales Lombardi — The Piuran : a regional entity facing imperial powers at the Huancabamba Depression
  • Patrick Mullins — The Huacas of the Confluence: Unions of Huacas and Landscapes in the Moche Valley Chaupiyunga of Peru
  • Laura Pey — Towards a textile interpretation of Andean agrarian landscapes: the case of Cusi Cusi (Puna of Jujuy, Argentina)
Participants:
  • Moderator: Rafael Vega-Centeno, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú ;

In each scheduled live presenter discussion, the first authors of several presentations with intersecting themes discuss their research and comments or questions from the audience; co-authors may participate from the audience.

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2:00 PM - 3:00 PM PST
Berkeley, California
Poster Discussion
Participating authors:
  • Dana Bardolph — Power, politics, and public secrets: Assessing patterns and impacts of sexual misconduct in the Andean Studies community
  • Arianna Garvin — Preliminary Research into Past, Socio-ecological Interactions at the Site of Puerto Malabrigo, Chicama Valley, Peru
  • Bebel Ibarra — Recuay and its Relationship with Wari during the Middle Horizon: New Perspectives from Conchucos, Highland Ancash This poster may contain photos or other realistic images of human remains.
  • Patricia Knobloch — Moche Midwife Agency and the Enigmatic Dipper This poster may contain photos or other realistic images of human remains.
Participants:
  • Moderator: Steven Filoromo, University of Alabama;

First authors of four posters are available to discuss their research with interested meeting participants; co-authors may participate from the audience. 

This session includes a poster which references the IAS' new Code of Conduct.

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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM PST
Berkeley, California
Round Table
Participants:
  • Moderator: Jerry Moore, Editor of Ñawpa Pacha;
  • Moderator: Jonathan Ritter, Member of the Blue Ribbon Commission Journal Subcommittee ;

Meeting attendees have the opportunity to contribute to the conversation concerning the Institute of Andean Studies’ plans to strengthen curatorial aspects and broaden coverage of its journal Ñawpa Pacha based on the Blue Ribbon Commission report, including increasing Afro-Andean and Indigenous content.

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Saturday Schedule

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST
Berkeley, California
Presenter Discussion
Participating authors:
  • Silvia Rodriguez Kembel — Lessons from the Lanzón: Insights on the Construction of Social Complexity from the Early Galleries at Chavín de Huántar, Perú”
  • Sarah Massey — New Geoglyphs, New Insights: La Peña de Tajahuana, Ica
  • Christian Mesia-Montenegro — Embedded Religiousness and the Kotosh Religious Tradition in the Central Andes: New evidence from La Seductora and Macabalaca in the Ancash and La Libertad regions
  • Lisseth Rojas-Pelayo — ¿Cuánta carne hay en casa? Aproximaciones a la distribución de carne de camélido durante el Formativo Tardío en Chavín de Huántar
Participants:
  • Moderator: Maria Bruno, Dickinson College;

In each scheduled live presenter discussion, the first authors of several presentations with intersecting themes discuss their research and comments or questions from the audience; co-authors may participate from the audience.

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12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST
Berkeley, California
Presenter Discussion
Participating authors:
  • Jordan Dalton — Weight and Measurement in the Andes: Evaluating the role of balanzas
  • Jan Kłaput — Camelid Mass Sacrifice at Pampa la Cruz, North Coast of Peru: a zooarchaeological analysis This presentation may contain photos or other realistic images of human remains.
Participants:
  • Moderator: Di Hu, James Madison University;

In each scheduled live presenter discussion, the first authors of several presentations with intersecting themes discuss their research and comments or questions from the audience; co-authors may participate from the audience.

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2:00 PM - 3:00 PM PST
Berkeley, California
Presenter Discussion
Participating authors:
  • Aleksa Alaica — Herding Companions and Other-Than-Human Persons: Dog Burials at the Middle Horizon Site of La Real, Arequipa Peru (600-1000 CE) This presentation may contain photos or other realistic images of human remains.
  • Gabriela Cervantes Quequezana — Gendered Trajectories and Political Power in Sican/Lambayeque Funerary Practices
  • Anthony Villar Quintana — Presencia Wari en la Alta Amazonia nororiental peruana: : Una perspectiva desde la cuenca del Utcubamba.
Participants:
  • Moderator: Jordan Dalton, American Museum of Natural History;

In each scheduled live presenter discussion, the first authors of several presentations with intersecting themes discuss their research and comments or questions from the audience; co-authors may participate from the audience.

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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM PST
Berkeley, California
Plenary Session
Participating authors:
  • Andrew Canessa — Trends and Debates in Andean Anthropology
  • Thomas Cummins — One Person's View of the Field of Andean Art History
  • Elizabeth Klarich — The BRC Report and Reflections on Andean Archaeology
  • Tamara Walker — Perspectives on Andean Colonial History
Participants:
  • Moderator: John Rick, President of the Institute of Andean Studies;
  • Moderator: José Carlos de la Puente, Chair of the Blue Ribbon Commission State of the Field Subcommittee;

This interdisciplinary panel will converse with meeting participants about the future(s) of Andean studies and the Institute of Andean Studies, including issues in the Blue Ribbon Commission report, intellectual trends and major debates in the discipline’s approach to the Andes, and the health of the field in terms of diversity, inclusion and equity. 

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Sunday Schedule

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST
Berkeley, California
Presenter Discussion
Participating authors:
  • André Ramos-Chacón — Reframing the Inca-Spanish Encounter : Titu Cusi Yupanqui’s Relación de cómo los españoles entraron en el Perú (c. 1570)
  • J. Marla Toyne — Characterizing Chachapoya dietary variability in the catastrophic death assemblage at Kuelap, Peru This presentation may contain photos or other realistic images of human remains.
  • Veronica Williams — Agricultural fields and pottery technology as expressions of Inca expansion at middle Calchaquí valley, Salta, Northwest Argentina.
  • Rachel Witt — Death that Endures: A Bioarchaeological and Biogeochemical Study of Human Sacrifices from the Moche Valley, Peru This presentation may contain photos or other realistic images of human remains.
Participants:
  • Moderator: Christine Hastorf, University of California, Berkeley;

In each scheduled live presenter discussion, the first authors of several presentations with intersecting themes discuss their research and comments or questions from the audience; co-authors may participate from the audience.

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12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST
Berkeley, California
Presenter Discussion
Participating authors:
  • Dennis Ogburn — Early Monumental Architecture in Cusco, Peru
  • Dylan Smith — Exploring Dietary Trajectories of Social Elites from a Late Horizon (1470–1532 CE) cemetery at Túcume Peru This presentation may contain photos or other realistic images of human remains.
Participants:
  • Moderator: Paul Goldstein, University of California, San Diego;

In each scheduled live presenter discussion, the first authors of several presentations with intersecting themes discuss their research and comments or questions from the audience; co-authors may participate from the audience.

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2:00 PM - 3:00 PM PST
Berkeley, California
Poster Discussion
Participating authors:
  • Jordi Benites Segura — La secuencia de ocupación de los montículos del valle alto de Chingas, sierra oriental de Áncash, Perú
  • Jessica Lacerte — A Comparison of Linear Enamel Hypoplastic Defects between Two Pre-Columbian Peruvian Samples Using Scanning Electron Microscopy This poster may contain photos or other realistic images of human remains.
  • Katherine Morucci — Paleohistology for Mummies: Identifying Archaeological Correlates of Infectious Diseases in Mummified South American Camelids
  • Thomas Snyder — Drought Induced Violence on the Andean Altiplano 470 – 1532 CE: A Bioarchaeological Meta-analysis of Conflict and Climate Change
Participants:
  • Moderator: Caleb Ranum, University of Alabama;

First authors of five posters are available to discuss their research with interested meeting participants; co-authors may participate from the audience. 

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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM PST
Berkeley, California
Round Table
Participants:
  • Moderator: Patricia Lagarde, Graduate Student Coordinator of the Institute of Andean Studies;
  • Participant: Alicia Boswell, University of California, Santa Barbara;
  • Participant: Hugo Ikehara Tsukayama, The Metropolitan Museum of Art;
  • Participant: Kris Lane, Tulane University;
  • Participant: Christian Mesía-Montenegro, Universidad Privada San Juan Bautista;
  • Patrick Mullins, University of Pittsburgh;
  • Lisa Trever, Columbia University;

In this event organized for student participants, an interdisciplinary panel discusses ethical, methodological, and logistical issues to consider when organizing fieldwork in the Andes.

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