Ancient Cultural Diversity on the Least Known Continent

Colonial Nahua and Quechua Elites in Their Own Words

Recent Journeys in Ancient South America​

Reshaping Justice, Social Hierarchy, and Political Culture in Colonial Peru

Learning about Peruvian archaeology through books, articles, and lectures is one thing, but there is no substitute for seeing an archaeological site on the ground and walking through it. One of my graduate school professors, Pedro Armillas, called this "pedestrian archaeology."

Prehispanic and Colonial Case Studies in Andean Archaeology

The Politics of Production and the Strategies of Everyday Life

Explorations of the Sacred in the Pre-Columbian Andes

The Atacama Desert is the driest desert in the world. Parts of the Atacama have not been splashed by a raindrop in recorded history.

Memory Formation, Identity, and the Handling of the Dead

Accounts Chronicling the Fall of the Inca Empire