Institute for Andean Studies


2020 Evening talk by Carla Hernández Garavito: W'akas, plazas, and conquest: The children of Pariaqaqa and the Inka empire (Huarochirí, Peru)

2020 Travel grantee talk by Lorena Grana, Marcos Quesada, and Victoria Arébalos, presented by Lorena Grana: Agricultural oasis at the southern puna: Ancient water management in Antofagasta de la Sierra (Argentina)

2019 Evening talk by Peter Fuchs, Renate Patzschke, and Jesus Briceño, presented by Peter Fuchs: Archaeology and ritual at Sechin Bajo, Casma, Peru (as presented using outdated PowerPoint slides)

2019 Travel grantee talk by Javier Fonseca: Ocupación Wari en el Antisuyo

2018 Evening talk by Anna Guengerich: Where mountain and forest meet: Toward a history of people and landscape in the Eastern Andes of Chachapoyas

2018 Travel grantee talk by Ana Cecilia Mauricio: Los Morteros and Pampa de las Salinas: Early monumentality, environmental transformations, and the creation of a preceramic ceremonial landscape

2017 Evening talk by Steve Wernke: Bound together, torn apart: A spatial archaeology and microhistory of forced resettlement in the colonial Andes

2017 Travel grantee talk by José Ochatoma: Nuevas propuestas acerca del desarollo urbano en Wari (lacks final seconds)

2016 Evening talk by Gary Urton: Accounting in the king's storehouse: The Inkawasi khipu archive