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Everyone who's going to have a paper published, use this thread to share an abstract of your forthcoming publication with the rest of us!
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Varying Processes of Regional Interaction during the Central Andean Formative: the View from the Wacheqsa Sector


Excavations in the Wacheqsa Sector at Chavín de Huántar have identified five spatial components scattered in area of 1.4 ha, including midden areas, clustered architectural spaces, and platforms of various sizes and uses. These spatial analytical units have intrinsic contextual differences that segregate the activities that originated them into distinct behavioral categories. They changed over 700 years (1200 – 500 BC), with the major labor investment in the latter 400 years associated with the maximum construction effort at the Temple and with ceramic styles defined as Janabarriu.
Interesting enough a broad range of non-Chavín ceramic styles is present in the spatial analytical units identified in the Wacheqsa sector. This paper intends to shed light on regional interaction processes based on the data retrieved in the Wacheqsa sector as well as published data from contemporary sites on the Andean north and central coasts and in the north and central highlands. A final discussion is offered on the nature of the different social process that are subsumed by the more general “regional interaction” label.
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Sounds as if it could be pretty fascinating once you cut through all the fucking jargon.
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Sounds as if it could be pretty fascinating once you cut through all the fucking jargon.
I cannot avoid the fucking jargon, it is part of my archaeological academic social persona
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I cannot avoid the fucking jargon, it is part of my archaeological academic social persona
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Julio C. Tello: Theory and Practice in Andean Archaeology

The present paper intends to elaborate a theoretical analysis of the anthropological and archaeological thought of Julio C. Tello, additionally the relationship between him and the government of Augusto B. Leguía will be discussed. Four key works will be analyzed: Wira Kocha (1923), Antiguo Perú, Primera Época (1929), Origen y Desarrollo de las Civilizaciones Prehistóricas Andinas (1942) and The Discovery of the Chavín Culture in Perú (1943).

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I'm working on a science fiction novel trilogy but I'm really lazy about it and right now its just 10 half assed chapters and a shit load of notes.
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I have to give a paper in the forthcoming Society of American Archaeology meetings in Austin and I cannot remember what I wrote in the fucking abstract, nor I can't find the dammned abstract!
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