South America

Vol. 32 / No. 2

By: Lydia Mihelic Pulsipher

They Have Saturdays and Sundays to Feed Themselves: Slave Gardens in the Caribbean

They have Saturdays in the Afternoon, and Sundays, with Christmas Holidays, Easter call’d little or Piganinny Christmas, and some other […]

View Article

Vol. 30 / No. 3

By: Karen L. Mohr Chavez

Alfred Kidder II: 1911-1984

Alfred Kidder II (called Alf, Alfie, Ted, or Teddy by family, friends, and col¬≠leagues) was born on August 2, 1911, […]

View Article

Vol. 30 / No. 3

By: Clark L. Erickson

Raised Field Agriculture in the Lake Titicaca Basin: Putting Ancient Agriculture Back to Work

The remains of an extensive ancient agricultural system built and used by Andean peoples centuries ago are found throughout the […]

View Article

Vol. 30 / No. 3

By: Karen L. Mohr Chavez

The Significance of Chiripa in Lake Titicaca Basin Developments

Them site of Chiripa is located in Bolivia on the southern shore of Lake Titicaca. A series of structures revealed […]

View Article

Vol. 30 / No. 3

By: Sergio J. Chavez

Archaeological Reconnaissance in the Province of Chumbivilcas, South Highland Peru

Despite its close proximity to the city of Cuzco, once the capital of the vast Inca empire, the Province of […]

View Article

Vol. 30 / No. 3

By: Denise Carlevato

Late Ceramics from Pucara, Peru: An Indicator of Changing Site Function

In the southern reaches of the Peruvian Andes lies a high, spacious plateau within the northern Lake Titicaca Basin (see […]

View Article

Vol. 30 / No. 3

By: Catherine J. Julien

The Squier Causeway at Lake Umayo: Notes on Ancient Travel in the Northern Lake Titicaca Basin

When Ephraim George Squier embarked on his exploration of highland Peru and Bolivia in 1864-65, he rode on muleback across […]

View Article

Vol. 30 / No. 3

By: Susan A. Niles

Looking for ‘Lost’ Inca Palaces

The Incas, at the time of the Spanish Conquest in 1532, occupied the largest of the native Precolumbian states, with […]

View Article

Vol. 28 / No. 3

By: Stuart Fleming

The Mummies of Pachacamac: An Exceptional Legacy from Uhle's 1896 Excavations

While, in the wake of Johann Winkelmaun’s appraisal of the Greek contribution to art and of the scholarship stimulated by […]

View Article

Vol. 16 / No. 4

By: William J. Robson

Peoples Who Perish

Because of ecological and environmental concerns, much attention has been given in the past few years to the erosion of […]

View Article