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Inca Archaeology
Saturday, February 11, 2006  
The Society for American Archaeology meetings will be held this year in Puerto Rico April 26th-30th. Details at SAA conference

A good blog on energy policy, with contributions from an Inca archaeologist, can be found at Energizing America

7:41 AM

Wednesday, November 09, 2005  
The 46th annual meeting of the Institute of Andean Studies will be held at Berkeley on January 6-7, 2006. For more information see Berkeley Conference.

The 34th Annual Midwest Conference on Andean and Amazonian Archaeology and Ethnohistory will be held February 25-26, 2006 at Vanderbilt University. More information can be found at Midwest Conference

3:39 AM

Monday, September 12, 2005  
The Web page for the 24th Northeast Andean Archaeolgy and Ethnohistory conference, to be held at American University in Washington DC on October 2-30, can be found at "NE Conference"

Tammy Bray and Paola Gonzalez Carvajal are organizing a session at the next Congreso Internacional de Americanistas in Sevilla in July 2006 entitled "Lenguajes Visuales
del Inca: Simbolismo, Ideología y aproximaciones metodológicas al
Significado". See the Congress web page for details

12:44 PM

Sunday, July 17, 2005  
The 24th Northeast Andean Archeology Conference will be held in Washington DC on October 29th and 30th, 2005. Abstracts for potential submissions must be submitted by September 22nd
2:24 PM

Wednesday, November 10, 2004  
This blog is dedicated to the discussion of issues relating to Inca Archaeology. The page will also link you to various sites relating to the Inca. Please email bolivpow-archfund@yahoo.com if you would like to suggest discussion topics or supply page links.

Current links:

Pambamarca, Ecuador Fortress Project led by Sam Connell and Chad Gifford.

Proyecto Inkallakta, (also known as Incallacta, Inkallajta, or Incallajta)led by Larry Coben at the monumental site of that name in Bolivia.

Carabaya Project led by Larry Coben and Chip Stanish.

Inka Archaeology, a general discussion of the Inka.

Islands of the Sun and Moon led by Chip Stanish and Brian Bauer.

Harvard Khipu Database led by Gary Urton

8:57 AM

Wednesday, September 29, 2004  
Upcoming Conferences that will include papers on the Inca include:
Northeast Conference on Andean Archaeology and Ethnohistory, Yale University, November 6th and 7th.

Society for American Archaeology annual meeting, Salt Lake City, March 30-April 3. See SAA meeting

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