5-0865
RECENT ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON PAST AND PRESENT ANDEAN PASTORALISM
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Reviewed By: Archaeology Division
Saturday, November 17, 2012: 1:45 PM-5:30 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students
Organizers:  Jose M Capriles (Washington University in St. Louis) and Nicholas Tripcevich (University of California)
Chairs:  Jose M Capriles (Washington University in St. Louis)
Discussants:  David L Browman (Washington University in St. Louis) and Mark Aldenderfer (University of California)
1:45 PM
A Comparative Perspective On the Development of Pastoralism In the Andes and Northeast Africa
Jose M Capriles (University of Pittsburgh and Washington University in St. Louis) and Fiona B Marshall (Washington University in St. Louis)
2:15 PM
Our Most Precious Gift: The Camelid Sacrifices of Santa Rita B, Chao Valley, N Coastal Perú
Jonathan D. Kent (Metropolitan State University of Denver), Teresa Rosales Tham (Universidad Nacional de La Libertad), Victor Vasquez Sanchez (Centro de Investigaciones Arqueobiológicas y Paleoecológicas Andinas (ARQUEOBIOS)), Catherine Gaither (Metropolitan State University of Denver) and Jonathan D Bethard (Boston University School of Medicine)
3:00 PM
Camelids Through Time In Southern Peru
Susan D deFrance (University of Florida)
3:15 PM
Break
3:30 PM
Gifts From the Camelids: Archaeobotanical Insights Into Camelid Pastoralism Through Dung Studies
Maria C Bruno (Dickinson College) and Christine A Hastorf (University of California Berkeley)
4:00 PM
Crossing the Western Altiplano: Tiwanaku Routes, Pasture, and Camelid Transport
Patrick Ryan Williams (Field Museum of Natural History) and Benjamin Vining (Wellesley College)
4:15 PM
Time, Landscape, and Caravan Mobility
Nicholas Tripcevich (University of California)
4:45 PM
The Territorial Practices of the Pastoral Andean Communities of Southern Peru In the Context of Climate Change
Gustavo Valdivia (Columbia University) and Xavier Ricard (Université de la Sorbonne nouvelle –Paris III)
5:00 PM
Discussant
David L Browman (Washington University in St. Louis)
5:15 PM
Discussant
Mark Aldenderfer (University of California)
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