University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Athropology

Author: Miriam T. Stark

Ethnoarchaeology at the Top of the World

New Ceramic Studies Among the Kalinga of Luzon

By: William A. Longacre and James M. Skibo and Miriam T. Stark

I. History of the Project The Kalinga are a tribal society inhabiting the high mountains of Luzon in the northern Philippines. Here, on ridges and in valleys overlooking swift flowing rivers, they make their living by growing rice in irrigated, terraced fields. Why, in 1973, did a South­western archaeologist leave his dig in Arizona and […]