Elizabeth Arkush

 
 
  1. 2016  (2nd author, with BrieAnna Langlie).  Managing mayhem: Conflict, environment, and subsistence in the Andean Late Intermediate Period, Puno, Peru.  In The Archaeology of Food and Warfare, edited by Amber VanDerwarker and Gregory Wilson, pp. 259-290.  Springer. view pdf

  2. 2016  Arte rupestre en su entorno social: Ejemplares del intermedio tardío, horizonte tardío, y post-conquista (republica temprana) cerca de la Laguna Umayo, Vilque, Puno.  In Arte Rupestre de la región del Lago Titicaca, edited by Matthias Strecker, pp. 267-282.   Contribuciones al Estudio del Arte Rupestre Sudamericano, Vol. 8, Sociedad de Investigación del Arte Rupestre de Bolivia (SIARB), La Paz. view pdf

  3. 2014  I against my brother”: Conflict and confederation in the south-central Andes in late prehistory.  In Embattled Bodies, Embattled Places: War in Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica and the Andes, edited by Andrew Scherer and John Verano, pp. 199-226.  Dumbarton Oaks Library and Collections. view pdf

  4. 2014   Soldados históricos en un panel de arte rupestre, Puno, Perú: Los caudillos del siglo XIX y el comentario político andino.  Chungará 46(4):585-605. view pdf

  5. 2013  (With Tiffiny Tung.)    Patterns of War in the Andes from the Archaic to the Late Horizon: Insights from Settlement Patterns and Cranial Trauma.  Journal of Archaeological Research.  March 2013 online: doi 10.1007/s10814-013-9065-1. view pdf

  6. 2012    Los pukaras y la poder: los collas en la cuenca septentrional del Titicaca.  In La Arqueología de la Cuenca del Titicaca, Perú, edited by Luis Flores Blanco and Henry Tantaleán, pp. 295-320.  IFEA: Lima. view pdf

  7. 2012    Violence, indigeneity, and archaeological interpretation in the central Andes.  In The Ethics of Anthropology and Amerindian Research: Reporting on Environmental Degradation and Warfare, edited by Richard J. Chacon and Rubén G. Mendoza, pp. 289-309. Springer. view pdf

  8. 2011  Hillforts of the Ancient Andes: Colla Warfare, Society, and Landscape. University Press of Florida.  more info

  9. 2011  Explaining the Past in 2010 (The Year in Review).  American Anthropologist 113(2):200-212view pdf

  10. 2010  Hillforts and the History Channel: A view from the late pre-Hispanic Andes.  SAA Archaeological Record (special section on conflict archaeology): 33-39.  view pdf

  11. 2009 Warfare, space, and identity in the south-central Andes: Constraints and choices.  In Warfare in Cultural Context: Practice, Agency, and the Archaeology of Violence, edited by Axel E. Nielsen and William H. Walker, pp. 190-217.  University of Arizona Press, Tucson.    view pdf

  12. 2009     Pukaras de los Collas: Guerra y poder regional en la cuenca norte del Titicaca durante el periodo Intermedio Tardio.  In Arqueología del Área Centro Sur Andina, edited by Mariusz S. Ziolkowski, Justin Jennings, Luis A. Belan Franco, and Andrea Drusini, pp.463-479.  ANDES No. 7.  Centro de Estudios Precolombinos de la Universidad de Varsovia, Warsaw; Instituto Francés de Estudios Andinos, Arequipa.    view pdf   

  13. 2008     War, causality, and chronology in the Titicaca Basin.  Latin American Antiquity 19(4):339-373.    view pdf

  14. 2008     Warfare and Violence in the Americas.  Book review essay.  American Antiquity 73(3):560-565.     view pdf

  15. 2006     (Editor, with Mark Allen.)  The Archaeology of Warfare: Prehistories of Raiding and Conquest. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.  more info

  16. 2006     Collapse, conflict, conquest: The transformation of warfare in the late prehispanic Andean highlands.  In The Archaeology of Warfare: Prehistories of Raiding and Conquest, edited by E. Arkush and M. Allen, pp. 286-335.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

  17. 2005     Arkush, E., and C. Stanish.  Interpreting conflict in the ancient Andes: Implications for the archaeology of warfare.  Current Anthropology 46 (1): 3-28.     view pdf

  18. 2005     Inca ceremonial sites in the southwest Titicaca Basin.  In Advances in the Archaeology of the Titicaca Basin, edited by C. Stanish, A. Cohen, and M. Aldenderfer, pp. 209-242.  Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press, UCLA, Los Angeles.     view pdf

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