Dr. Quave will be speaking on her current research as the Director of the Yunkaray Archaeological Research Project in Cuzco, Perú. She is studying acceptance and rejection of Inka styles and craft technologies through material culture from the Inka heartland and provinces. Dr. Kylie Quave is an Assistant Professor of Writing and of Anthropology. As an anthropological archaeologist, she reconstructs household-level responses to imperialism and colonialism in the South American Andes (ca. 1000-1800 CE). She directs archaeological excavations, studies material culture using visual and archaeometric methods, and conducts ethnohistorical research in Peruvian archives. She teaches science writing in the University Writing Program at George Washington University.
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This event was first published on March 2, 2021 and last updated on April 5, 2021.