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Social Identities and State Collapse: A Diachronic Study of Tiwanaku Burials in the Moquegua Valley, Peru
Taking the disintegration of the Tiwanaku state (ca. AD 1000) as an example, this thesis investigates how local communities respond to state collapse. Archaeological research on collapse has largely focused on its economic ...
Regional Interfaces between Inca and Local Communities in the Colesuyo Region of Southern Peru
How do local economies and people respond to imperial expansion? How do empires affect small‐scale economies at the local and regional level? For a long time, inter‐regional exchange and social articulation in the Andes ...