5 edition of Andean studies found in the catalog.
by SALALM Secretariat, Benson Latin American Collection, the General Libraries, University of Texas at Austin in [Austin]
Written in English
|Statement||César Rodríguez, editor.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 311 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||311|
Andean Studies Program FIU faculty and students possess a keen interest in the history, culture and contemporary issues of the Andean region. Indeed, few universities in the United States rival the depth of expertise on the Andes found at FIU. The book’s seven chapters are based on a significant corpus of primary case study, and after examination of the stories and documents related to more than Andean transatlantic travelers between and
The CAS is a space where innovative students and Andean communities learn and benefit from each other’s strengths. Center for Andean Studies To effectively create collaboration between indigenous communities and innovative students we had to reinvent the . Andean Past is a peer-reviewed, open-access, green route, numbered publication series dedicated to research in the archaeology and ethnohistory of western South America. However, short research reports, obituaries, and autobiographies are subject to editorial review only. Although Andean Past focuses on precolumbian times, it includes articles on the colonial period that enhance understanding.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Guide to Documentary Sources for Andean Studies, (Trade Cloth) at the best online . Get this from a library! Andean studies: new trends and library resources: papers of the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials, University of California, Los Angeles May , [César Rodríguez, (Librarian); Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials, Inc. Meeting].
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Andean Archaeology has been designed explicitly for students, archaeologists, and general readers looking for an innovative and contemporary overview of this important area of archaeological study.
Andean Archaeology explores the rise of civilization in the Central Andes from the time of the region's earliest inhabitants to the emergence of the Inca state many thousands of years later.4/4(1). Product details Series: The Linda Schele Series in Maya and Pre-Columbian Studies Paperback: pages Publisher: University of Texas Press; 1 edition (August 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x Cited by: Welcome to the Andean Studies research guide.
This guide is designed to serve as a starting point from which students and researchers can begin their scholarly investigations. It is a selective listing of general resources related to Andean : Angela Carreño.
Books shelved as asian-studies: The Tale of Genji by Murasaki Shikibu, Wild Swans: Andean studies book Daughters of China by Jung Chang, The Art of War by Sun Tzu, Tao.
1st Edition Published on Novem by Routledge This comprehensive reference offers an authoritative overview of Andean lifeways. It provides valuable h The Andean World - 1st Edition - Linda J. Seligmann - Kathleen S.
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“This book focuses on Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia in a series of essays by a number of renowned authorities in the field of Andean studies. There are outstandingly good, interesting and clearly written essays by John Murran and two by Olivia Harris which challenge many of the stereotypical ways of looking at Andean man and his world.
A pivotal theme in Silverblatt's book is the dualistic nature of the Andean universe. She builds upon the received view that the Andean people divided their world.
Andean Study Programs wants to partner with you. Together we will custom design three unique semester programs in Ecuador tailor-made for honors students. The Andean Research Institute (ARI) is dedicated to helping the people of Maras in the Sacred Valley region of Peru create their own sustainable ways of life and maintain their extraordinary culture, even in the face of dwindling natural resources, economic challenges, and radical climate change.
The best books on The Andes Most of the more serious books on the Andes tend to be tedious anthropological and sociological studies, or else barely comprehensible works of ‘geo-history’.
Andes (notably the country’s volatile political situation), and highlights both the beauty and the bleakness of the Andean environment (one of.
Andean Studies Carwil Bjork-James Tom Dillehay Leslie Gill John Janusek Patricia Netherly Kasia Szremski Tiffiny Tung Steve Wernke. The Guide is an indispensable research tool for scholars and students of pre-Columbian and colonial Andean studies, particularly in anthropology, archaeology, religious studies, history, and art history.
It underscores the cultural complexities of the European presence in the Andean region and helps readers gain a deeper understanding of the varied purposes and perspectives of these records.
Andean Studies: Literature. A guide for those interested in the literature, history, and culture of the Andes. Books: New York University Libraries holdings on the Andean Region. See selected titles below. Results for "Andean" keyword search.
All titles available in B : Angela Carreño. Hispanic American Periodicals Index Online (HAPI) Below is a small sample of books available on the Andean and Amazonian region. Explore more sources in the LAT collection by searching the library's catalog.
Guide to Documentary Sources for Andean Studies, Author: Pamela Espinosa de los Monteros. This Andean Studies guide provides links to some of the most useful resources for researching Andean culture, literature and history. It is not comprehensive, but intends to point the user to the array of materials held at or through Penn, as well as available in the wider world.
Novel studies of foodways and cuisine in the Andes from multiple anthropological perspectives New insights into pre-Columbian, colonial, and contemporary food practices in Andean South America Diverse perspectives on Andean food practices through time and in different geographic settings.
This book also offers a review of the evolution and role of community ethnographies in the context of Andean anthropology. These ethnographies had a significant influence between the s and s, when they could be roughly divided – following Olivia Harris – between ‘long-termist’ and ‘short-termist’ approaches, depending on.
Decoding Andean Mythology is a comprehensive analysis of Native Andean oral tradition spanning five on twenty years of research and a wide range of scholarship, this book departs from the Cuzco-centered focus of many published Andean narratives and includes myths, stories, and folktales from diverse regions and ethnic groups.
Journal of Latin American Studies “Andean Cosmopolitans is a nuanced and comprehensive study What makes the book so exciting is its unusual historiographical combination.
De la Puente Luna brings together two historiographies, each with their own traditions, methods, and paradigms: ethnohistory and Atlantic history This beautifully.
The Guide is an indispensable research tool for scholars and students of pre-Columbian and colonial Andean studies, particularly in anthropology, archaeology, religious studies, history, and art history.In Andean Cocaine, Gootenberg presents what he calls a new history of how cocaine became South Americas most emblematic product.
In seven chapters, organized into three sections, he traces the drugs trajectory through its creation and spread as a world commodity (), its halting redefinition as a global pariah drug (), and, finally, its metamorphosis between and into a /5.The year marked the beginning of one of the longest, bloodiest conflicts of nineteenth-century Latin America.
The War of the Pacific pitted Peru and Bolivia against Chile in a struggle initiated over a festering border dispute. The conflict saw Chile's and Peru's armored warships vying for control of sea lanes and included one of the first examples of the use of naval torpedoes.