Silvana A Rosenfeld

What happens when economic development clashes with tradition? What are the effects of boosting the commercialization of an animal traditionally exchanged among community members?

Prehispanic and Colonial Case Studies in Andean Archaeology

Silvana A. Rosenfeld is assistant professor of anthropology at the University of South Dakota. Her research interests include ancient ritual, animal domestication, ancient foodways, and bone technology, and her work has been published in Quaternary International, Anthropological and Archaeological Sciences, Nawpa Pacha, and Latin American Antiquity. She has conducted most of her fieldwork in Ayacucho, Cuzco, and Chavín de Huántar (Peru), and her research has been funded by grants from the Mellon Foundation and the National Science Foundation. This is her first book.

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