Jonathan A. Sandor

2015, April 11–13
Land, Water, and Empire in the High-Altitude AtacamaResearch Team SeminarLand, Water, and Empire in the High-Altitude AtacamaWorking within the framework of political ecology, the Topaín Archaeological Project is addressing the question of how the Inka kept their workers, personnel, royals, and the military fed since little is currently known about Inka agriculture. This seminar was convened to explore long-term, historical perspectives on changes in local landscapes and livelihoods within broader political economies and complex relationships between water, land, politics, and society.
Mimbres Lives and LandscapesSAR Press PublicationMimbres Lives and LandscapesThe well-illustrated essays in this book offer the latest archaeological research on the ancient Mimbres to explain what we know and what questions still remain about men's and women's lives, their sustenance, the changing nature of leadership, and the possible meanings of the dramatic pottery designs.

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