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RECENT ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON PAST AND PRESENT ANDEAN PASTORALISM (PART 2)
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Reviewed By: Archaeology Division
Sunday, November 18, 2012: 8:00 AM-11:45 AM

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Students
Organizers:  Nicholas Tripcevich (University of California) and Jose M Capriles (Washington University in St. Louis)
Chairs:  Nicholas Tripcevich (University of California)
Discussants:  Lisa B Markowitz (University of Louisville) and David L Browman (Washington University in St. Louis)
8:00 AM
Camelid Management Practices On the Prehispanic North Coast of Peru
Paul Szpak (University of Western Ontario and University of Western Ontario), Christine White (University of Western Ontario), Jean-François Millaire (University of Western Ontario) and Fred J Longstaffe (University of Western Ontario)
8:15 AM
Camelids From the Northern Peruvian Coast: Origin, Diet, and Herd Management During the Mochica Period (100-800 AD
Elise Dufour (Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle-CNRS) and Nicolas Goepfert (CNRS-Paris 1, UMR 8096 Archéologie des Amériques)
8:30 AM
Offering Lamas to the Sea: The Economic and Ideological Importance of Camelids In Chimu Society, North Coast of Peru
Nicolas Goepfert (CNRS-Paris 1, UMR 8096 Archéologie des Amériques) and Oscar Gabriel Prieto (Yale University)
8:45 AM
9:15 AM
Andean Pastoralism and Its Effect On Economic and Social Stability In the Andes
Lawrence A Kuznar (Indiana University-Purdue University)
9:30 AM
Early Domesticated Camelids In the Andes
Katherine M Moore (University of Pennsylvania Museum)
9:45 AM
Break
10:00 AM
Population Growth and Migration: Challenges for Rangeland Management by Altiplano Pastoralists
Cecilia Turin (Rural Sociology. University of Missouri and Department of Rural Sociology. University of Missouri) and Corinne Valdivia (Agricultural Economics. University of Missouri)
10:30 AM
Discussant
Lisa B Markowitz (University of Louisville)
10:45 AM
Discussant
David L Browman (Washington University in St. Louis)
11:00 AM
Discussion
11:15 AM
Discussion
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