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Professor emerita Department of Anthropology San Francisco State University E-mail: kbruhns@sfsu.edu

EDUCATION

El Dorado Union High School, Placerville, California, 1955-1959

University of California, Berkeley, 1959-1963

Major: Anthropology, Degree: B.A. (cum laude)

University of California, Berkeley, 1963-1967

Fields of specialization: archaeology of Mesoamerica, archaeology of South America, culture change; dissertation title: "Ancient Pottery of the Middle Cauca Valley, Colombia;" degree: PhD.

EMPLOYMENT

San Francisco State University, 1972-present. Title: professor (from 1980)

San José State University, 1970-1972. Title: assistant professor

University of Calgary, 1968-1970. Title: assistant professor

University of California at Los Angeles, 1967-1968. Title: acting assistant professor

ASSOCIATESHIPS

Research Associate in Anthropology, California Academy of Sciences, 1984-present

Research Associate in Archaeology, Museo del Banco Central del Ecuador, 1986-93

Founding Member, Fundación Nacional de Arqueología (FUNDAR), El Salvador, 1996-present

FIELD WORK

Proyecto Investigación, manejo y desarrollo de los sitios arqueológicos de Cihuatán y Las Marías, El Salvador, 1996-present (director)

Paute Valley Archaeological Project (Azuay Province, Ecuador) 1984-1993 (director) (in publishing phase)

Baluerte Historical Archaeology Project (Merced County, California), 1987-1988 (director and class instructor)

National Geographic Society/British Museum/Rutgers University Cuello Project (Belize), 1980 (laboratory and camp director, instructor of graduate level field methods course)

Cihuatán Settlement Archaeology Project (El Salvador), 1975-1979 (director)

Zapatera Island Survey Project (Nicaragua), 1974 (director)

Santa Teresa Springs, Santa Clara County, California, 1972 (field class instructor)

Red,White and Blue Beach, Santa Cruz County, California, 1971 (field class instructor)

Quimbaya Archaeological Survey Project (Colombia), 1970 (director)

Resist Decorated Ceramics Project (Colombia, Ecuador, Perú), 1969 (director)

Museum research for doctoral dissertation (Colombia), 1966

Teotihuacán Mapping Project (Mexico), 1964 (crew member)

Salvage excavations in northern California, 1959-1963 (crew member)

SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS

University of California Entrance Scholarship 1959

State of California Undergraduate Scholarship 1959-1963

Department of Anthropology Graduate Travel Grant 1963

University of California, College of Letters and Sciences Dean's Fund Dissertation Research Grant 1966

Canada Council Research Grant 1969

Canada Council Research Grant 1970

San Francisco State University Faculty Development Grant 1974

San Francisco State University Faculty Development Grant 1975

San Francisco State University Faculty Travel Grant 1977

Center for Field Research/Earthwatch Field Research Grant 1977

Center for Field Research/Earthwatch Field Research Grant 1978

San Francisco State University Dean's Fund Grant 1980

San Francisco State University Retraining Grant 1983 (training in computer methodologies)

San Francisco State University Retraining Grant 1985 (studies in anthropology and the arts)

Field research grant, Programa de Antropología para el Ecuador 1985

George Lindsey Fund for Field Research Grant, California Academy of Sciences, 1985

San Francisco State University School of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research Fellowship 1986

Museo del Banco Central del Ecuador Archaeological Research Grant 1986

San Francisco State University Affirmative Action/Educational Equity Grant 1986

Meritorious Performance and Professional Promise Award, San Francisco State University 1986

Behavioral and Social Science Research Fellowship 1987

Museo del Banco Central del Ecuador Archaeological Research Grant 1987

George Lindsey Fund for Field Research grant, California Academy of Sciences, 1987

Behavioral and Social Science Research Fellowship 1988

Sabbatical leave Fall 1988 (competitive)

Museo del Banco Central del Ecuador Research Grant 1988

Summer Stipend Grant, SFSU, 1990

Summer Stipend Grant, SFSU, 1993

SFSU Research and Professional Development Grant (.2 assigned time), Spring 1995

Summer Stipend Grant, SFSU, 1996

Sabbatical leave Fall 1997 (competitive)

Fulbright Fellowship, Research and Teaching Fall 1997 (sponsors: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador/Museo Jijón y Caamaño, Universidad del Azuay, Universidad de Cuenca, and the Fundación Paul Rivet, Cuenca)

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

Society for American Archaeology, member and member of Ethics Committee 2002-2005

Archaeological Institute of America, member

Institute of Andean Studies, member, member of Board of Directors 1977-1991, secretary 1991-1994

American Association for the Advancement of Science, member

Society of the Sigma Xi, member

PAPERS GIVEN AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS

Society for American Archaeology, 1968-1972, 1975-1978, 1980-1981, 1986-1988, 1991 (2), 1993, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2004, 2008 (2), 2009, 2010

Institute of Andean Studies, 1968-1971, 1973-1974, 1983, 1985-1987, 1999, 2000, 2004, 2008

International Congress of Americanists, 1970, 1974, 1979 (2), 1985 (2), 1988, 1991, 1997 (2), 2003, 2006, 2009

Kroeber Anthropological Society 1979, 1981

Latin American Studies Association, Pacific Conference 1974

Southwest Anthropological Association 1976

Cuarta Mesa Redonda de Palenque 1980

Museo del Banco Central del Ecuador, Cuenca, 1985

University of California, Berkeley Archaeology Bag Lunch 1982, 1985, 1987

"Wealth and Hierarchy in the Intermediate Area," Center for Pre-Columbian Studies, Dumbarton Oaks, Washington D.C. 1987

American Anthropological Association, 1987

22nd Chacmool Conference "The Archaeology of Gender" 1989, 25th Chacmool Conference "The Archaeology of Contact: Processes and Consequences," 1992 (with Alice Kehoe)

"Social and Cultural Development in The Ecuadorian Highlands and Eastern Lowlands During the Formative," Center for Pre-Columbian Studies, Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, D.C. 1995

25th Annual Midwest Conference on Andean and Amazonian Archaeology and Ethnohistory. "Deconstructing an Imaginary Frontier or Preaching to the Converted?" Madison, Wisconsin, February 23, 1997. (Keynote Speaker)

Primer Encuentro de Arqueología, Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana, Núcleo de Cañar, Azogues, December 11-13, 1997 "Nuevas Perspectivas Sobre el Formativo del Austro"

Tertulia, Dumbarton Oaks, February 3, 1999 "Palace and Plazuela: Elite Architecture, City Planning, and the Construction of Multi-ethnic Urbanism at Cihuatán, El Salvador"

7th Biannual Symposium, Textile Society of America, Sept. 23rd, 2000. Discussant of symposium "Textiles and Their Messages: Perspectives from the Central Andes"

American Anthropological Association annual meeting, November 2001. Discussant of the XV Ceramic Ecology Symposium

"The Archaeology of Interesting Times: Engendering Early Postclassic Cihuatán, El Salvador" presented in Chacmool 2004 “Que(e)ring Archaeology. 15th Anniversary Gender Conference. University of Calgary November 11-14, 2004.

Presentation on the "animal de la luna" and other dragoniforms in Peru and the Andes north to Panama and Costa Rica in "Buscando Raíces, Forjando Vínculos: Primer Coloquio sobre los Encuentros Culturales Septentrionales en la Historia y en la Modernidad”" Guayaquil, July 6-9, 2004.

"The Traveling Dragons: Composite Animals in Andean and Central American Art" Paper presented at the Pre-Columbian Society of Washington’s Annual Symposium, Saturday, September 15, 2007. Symposium: The Center of the Wo0ld: Contemporary Studies of an Ancient World. Text published (without illustrations) in (I)Smoking Mirror, Newsletter of the Pre-Columbian Society of Washington, D.C. Vol. 15 (3): 2-4. November, 2007.

"Los Origines Diversos del paquete posclásico y la Fase Guazapa de El Salvador". Segundo Congreso de Arqueología de Centroamérica en El Salvador, 23-26 de octubre, 2007. San Salvador.

"La Cerámica Banderas Policromada--un Códice Posclásico para El Salvador. Tercer Congreso de Arqueología de Centroamérica en El Salvador, 28-30 de octubre, 2009. San Salvador.

OTHER PRESENTATIONS

San Francisco Fine Arts Museums, Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas training lectures (Mexican, Mayan, Central and South American archaeology, ancient metallurgy) regularly since 1972

Presentations to local school and university extension classes, university classes on other CSU campuses and in the UC system (general archaeology, projects in hand, iconography of native American peoples, etc.) sporadically since 1970

Presentations of Mexican and Mayan archaeology to Monterey Arts Museum, Club Italo-Americana

Bowers Art Museum, Santa Ana, presentation in conjunction with major exhibition of ancient Colombian ceramic art, 1987

San Antonio Art Museum, San Antonio, TX, presentation on ancient Colombian metallurgy in conjunction with major exhibition of material from Museo del Oro, Bogotá, 1988

Re-Search, "Modern Primitives" Series, title of presentation "Beauty and Blood: Mayan Sacrifice, Blood-Letting and Body Modification," November 1989

California Academy of Sciences, Christmas tour of the Maya coast: lectures and guided tours of Tikal (Guatemala), Copan (Honduras), Tulum, Uxmal and Chichén Itzá (México) for Academy members and associates, December 1990

California Academy of Sciences, December 1992, press preview for "River of Gold" (Panama: Sitio Conte) exhibit

Docent Special Lecture, San Francisco Fine Arts Museums, "Archaeology of Pirincay in Highland Ecuador," January 1994

Fresno County Archaeological Society/ Archaeological Institute of America lecture "Pirincay, An Early Trading Center in Ecuador," October 1994

Presentation to Anthropology Students' Seminar, CSU Fresno "Careers in Latin American Anthropology and Archaeology: Opportunities and Preparation," October 1994

FUNDAR, El Salvador, February 1996, presentations to founder members and to press concerning importance of the foundation and of incorporating El Salvador in the Ruta Maya international touristic development

Presentation to Dept. of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin, Madison graduate students on "Careers in Anthropology in Latin America," February 21, 1997.

Museo Jijón y Caamaño, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, "Pirincay, Cerro Narrío y Chaullabamba: Exploraciones en el Formativo Serrano," Oct. 14, 1997 (Quito)

Museo Nahim Isaías B., Fundación Filanbanco "Un Pasado Verdadero: Estudiando el Genero en la Prehistoria," December 2, 1997 (Guayaquil)

Fundación Ecuatoriano-Americana Fulbright/Museo Antropológico del Banco Central "Que Trajeron las Primeras Mujeres al Nuevo Mundo," December 3, 1997 (Guayaquil).

Mills College, presentation to anthropology students on looting and fakery, October, 1998)

"Women in Ancient Colombia: Power, Prestige, and Spirituality" The Bowers Museum of Cultural Art, Santa Ana, CA, Nov. 21, 1999

"Looking for the Lost Sex in Prehistory" Fresno County Archaeological Society/American Institute of Archaeology, June 5, 2000

lecturer on South American archaeology, Holland America Lines "Lost Empires Cruise", October, 2004 (6 lectures, plus on site discussions)

"The Search for Xipe Totec" San Francisco/Berkeley Chapter, American institute of Archaeology, Sunday program. April, 2003

"Llamas y Rituales en la Sierra Austral Formativa del Ecuador". Talk presented at the Museo del Banco Central del Ecuador, June 2003.

“Falsificaciones en el Arte Precolombino de Mesoamerica” talk presented to the Social Science Division of the Universidad de Tecnología, San Salvador. Oct. 8, 2003.

PUBLICATIONS IN PRINT

A Quimbaya Gold Furnace? American Antiquity 35:202-203. 1970

Stylistic Affinities Between the Quimbaya Gold Style and a Little-Known Ceramic Style from Central Colombia. Ñawpa Pacha 7-8:65-84. 1969-1970. Reprinted in Alana Cordy-Collins and Jean Stern, editors Precolumbian Art History, pp. 257-276. Peek Publications, Menlo Park, California, 1977

Introduction to article "Latin America" Encyclopedia Americana 1970

The Methods of Guaquería: Illicit Tomb Looting in Colombia. Archaeology 25:2:140-143. 1972

Two Pre-Hispanic Cire Perdue Casting Moulds from Columbia [sic]. Man 7:2:308-311. 1972 (reprinted in Spanish by Museo del Oro, Bogotá, 1974)

Site Destruction in Latin America: Some Descriptions and Proposals. Papers of the Kroeber Anthropological Society special Issue No. 3:113-127. 1973

Monumental Art of Chontales: A Description of the Sculpture Style of the Department of Chontales, Nicaragua. Treganza Anthropology Museum Paper No. 14. 1973 (with J. Dotta and R. G. Zelaya H.)

La Salina de Los Quingos: Nueva Información Sobre el Intercambio Prehispánico de Sal. Cespedesia Nos. 17-18:89-100. Cali, Colombia, 1976

Ancient Pottery of the Middle Cauca Valley, Colombia. Ibid. pp. 101-196.

Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Cihuátan. Anales del Museo Nacional "David J. Guzmán" 49:75-92 plus fold out map. San Salvador, 1976

A Projectile Point from the Department of Quindio, Colombia. Ñawpa Pacha 14:69-72. 1976 (with O. Osorio G. and O. Christiansen)

The Moon Animal in Northern Peruvian Art and Culture, Ñawpa Pacha 14:21-40. 1976

Archaeology of Cihuatán in El Salvador. Calgary Archaeologist 5:7-10. 1977

Chavín Butterflies: A Tentative Interpretation. Ñawpa Pacha 15:39- 48. 1977

Seizure of Precolumbian Antiquities in San Francisco: The Relevance of Current Legislation to Stopping the Illicit Commerce in Antiquities. Journal of Field Archaeology 4:4:460- 462. 1977

The Whole Hog: As It Were. Ñawpa Pacha 17:87-90. 1979

Cihuatán: An Early Postclassic Town of El Salvador. The 1977- 1978 Excavations. University of Missouri Monographs in Anthropology No. 5, Columbia MO. 1980 (reprinted with corrections and additions in 1983)

Investigations at Cihuatán, An Early Postclassic Town of El Salvador. Mexicon 2:1:6-8. Berlin. 1980

Plumbate Origins Revisited. American Antiquity 45:4:845-848.1980

Prehispanic Ridged Fields of Central Colombia. Journal of Field Archaeology 8:1-8. 1981

Rethinking Ramon: A Comment on Reina and Hill's "Lowland Maya Subsistence" American Antiquity 46:4:916-919. 1981 (with C. Miksecik, K. Elasser, I. Wuber and N. Hammond)

Excavations at Cuello, 1980. Belizean Studies 9:3:8-20. 1981 (with N. Hammond, M. Horton, R. Wilk, J. Cartwright, M. Davenport,and C. Miksecik)

Dating the Sculpture of San Agustín: A Correlation with Northern Peru. In Alana Cordy-Collins, editor, Pre-Columbian Art History vol. 2, pp. 193-204. Peek Publications, Palo Alto, California. 1982

Two Early Postclassic Caches from El Salvador. Cerámica de Cultura Maya et al No. 12:1-9. 1982

A Maya Metal Worker's Tool. Antiquity 56:1:175-180. 1982 (with N. Hammond)

A View from the Bridge: Intermediate Area Sculpture in Thematic Perspective. Baessler-Archiv n.f. Band XXX:147-179. Berlin, 1982

The Moho Cay Hammer: A Revised Opinion. Antiquity 57:137. 1983 (with N. Hammond)

A Visit to Valdivia Journal of Field Archaeology 10:4:485- 487.1983 (with N. Hammond)

Giving Papers American Antiquity 49:1:154-161. 1984

The Ladies of Cotzumalhuapa. Mexicon VI:3:38-39. 1984

Reply to J. Damp. Journal of Field Archaeology 11:4:428-429. 1984

The Role of Commercial Agriculture in Early Postclassic Developments in Central El Salvador: The Rise and Fall of Cihuatán. In Edward Schortman and Patricia Urban, editors, The Southeast Mesoamerican Periphery pp. 296-312. University of Texas Press, Austin. 1986

Settlement Archaeology at Cihuatán, El Salvador,. In. G. Pahl, editor, The Periphery of the South Eastern Classic Maya Realm. pp. 55-65. Latin American Center, University of California at Los Angeles, 1987

The Paute Valley Project in Ecuador, 1984 (with N. Hammond) Antiquity Volume 61, Number 231, pp. 50-56. March 1987

Mixed Media, a Problem in Archaeological Nomenclature. Ñawpa Pacha 22-23:225-227. 1985-1986

Ceramic Technology at Cuello, Belize. Mexicon IX:6:126-128. Nov. 1987

Yesterday the Queen Wore... An Analysis of Women and Costume in the Public Art of the Late Classic Maya. In The Role of Gender in Pre-Columbian Art and Architecture, edited by Virginia Miller. University Presses of America. 1988

The Crucible: Sociological and Technological Factors in the Delayed Diffusion of Metallurgy to Mesoamerica. In Frederick Bové and Lynette Heller, editors, New Frontiers in the Archaeology of the Pacific Slope of Southern Mesoamerica, pp. 221-228. Arizona State University Anthropological Research Papers No. 39. 1989

Intercambio Entre la Costa y la Sierra en el Formativo Tardío: Nuevas Evidencias del Azuay. In Relaciones Interculturales en el Area Ecuatorial del Pácifico Durante la Epoca Precolombina, edited by J-F Bouchard and M.Guinea, pp. 57-74. B.A.R. International Series 503, Oxford. 1989.

Early Prehispanic Spinning and Weaving Equipment from Ecuador. The Textile Museum Journal 27-28: 70-77. 1988-1989

Archaeological Investigations at Pirincay in Southern Ecuador. Antiquity 64:243:221-233 (with J. H. Burton and G. R. Miller) 1990

Las Culturas Prehispánicas del Cauca Medio/Precolumbian Cultures of the Middle Cauca Valley. In Quimbayas, pp. 10-15, 26-28 Banco Popular, Fondo de Promoción de la Cultura , Serie Arte de la Tierra, Bogotá, 1990.

Los Talleres de Cristal de Roca de Pirincay, Provincia del Azuay y el Intercambio Entre la Sierra y la Costa en el Formativo Tardío. Miscelanea Antropólogica Ecuatoriana, 7:91-100 (Quito and Guayaquil) 1987 (1991)

Sexual Activities: Some Thoughts on the Sexual Division of Labor and Archaeological Interpretation. In Dale Walde and Noreen D. Willows, editors, The Archaeology of Gender: Proceedings of the Twenty-Second Annual Conference of the Archaeological Association of the University of Calgary, pp. 420-428. The University of Calgary Archaeological Association. 1991

Monumental Sculpture as Evidence for Hierarchical Societies. In Frederick Lange, editor, Wealth and Hierarchy in the Intermediate Area, Dumbarton Oaks, Washington D.C. 1992

La Cerámica Incisa en Franjas Rojas: Evidencia de Intercambio Entre la Sierra y el Oriente en el Formativo Tardío del Ecuador (with J. H. Burton and A. G. Rostoker) In Izumi Shimada, editor, Tecnología y Organización de la Producción de Cerámica Prehispánica en los Andes, capítulo 2, pp 53-66. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Fondo Editorial, Lima, 1994

The Original Maya Cylinder Vase? Mexicon XVI:4:72. 1994

Ancient South America. Cambridge University Press, New York and Cambridge. 1994. Archaeological Investigations in Central Colombia. The Middle Cauca and Caldas Cultures of Quindio and Valle. B.A.R. International Series, Vol. 606. 1995

Las Culturas Peruanas y el Desarrollo Cultural en los Andes Septentrionales. Memoria 4:251-267. MARKA: Instituto de Historia y Antropología Andino, Quito, 1994

El Salvador and the Southwestern Frontier of Mesoamerica. In Frederick Lange, editor, Paths to Central American Prehistory pp. 285-296. University Press of Colorado, Niwot, CO. 1996

Lapidary Work of the Northern Andes; Monumental Sculpture of the Northern Andes.In Jane Turner, editor, The Dictionary of Art Vol. 29, p. 155 Grove Press, New York. 1996

The Olmec Queens. Yumtzilob11:2:163-189. 1996

Women in Ancient America.With Karen E. Stothert. University of Oklahoma Press. 1999

Huaquería, Procedencia, y Fantasia: El Caso de los Soles de Oro del Ecuador. Boletín del Museo del Oro 44-45:183-205, Bogotá, 1998 (issued in 2000)

www.plunderedpast.com. SAA Bulletin 18:2:14-15, 17. March 2000 . Reprinted online at About.com .

South America, Interaction of Mesoamerica with. In Susan Toby Evans and David L. Webster, editors, Archaeology of Ancient Mexico and Central America: An Encyclopedia., pp. 673675. Garland Publishing, Inc. New York and London, 2001.

Cahokia: A Mesoamerican City ? (with A. Kehoe) in Kurtis Lesick ,Barbara Kull, Christine Cluney, and Megan Peuramaki-Brown, editors, The Archaeology of Contact: Processes and Consequences. Papers of the 25th Chacmool Conference. Archaeological Association of the University of Calgary, 1995. pp. 287-293. 2002.

Smuggled Artifacts Returned to El Salvador. Mexicon XXIV:68-69. August, 2002.

Cahokia: A Mesoamerican City ? (with A. Kehoe) in Kurtis Lesick ,Barbara Kull, Christine Cluney, and Megan Peuramaki-Brown, editors, The Archaeology of Contact: Processes and Consequences. Papers of the 25th Chacmool Conference. Archaeological Association of the University of Calgary, 1995. pp. 287-293. 2002.

"Jaguar Face" Sculptures Found in El Salvador. With Paul Amaroli. Mexicon XXIV:91, October, 2002.

Social and Cultural Development in the Ecuadorian Highlands and Eastern Lowlands During the Formative. In Scott Raymond and Richard L. Burger, editors, The Ecuadorian Formative, pp. 125-176. Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, D.C., 2003.

Xipe Totec Statue Found in situ in El Salvador. With Paul Amaroli. Mexicon XXV (1): 10-12. February, 2003.

Ecuador's Second Oldest Textile. The Textile Museum Journal 41:118-125. 2001-2002 (published May 2003)

Vestimienta en el Ecuador Precolombino. Arqueología del Área Intermedia 4:11-44. Popayán, Colombia. 2002

Test Excavations in the Burned Palace of Cihuatán, el Salvador (with Paul Amaroli and Vladimir Avila) Mexicon XXVI (4):72. 2004

Llamas y Rituales en el Formativo Tardío de la Sierra Austral del Ecuador. In Mercedes Guinea, editor, Simbolismo y Ritual en los Andes Septentrionales, pp. 69-90. Abya-Yala and the Editorial Universidad Complutense, Quito and Madrid. 2004

El Cinabrio en el Mundo Andino (with Deborah Truhan and James Burton). Revista de Antropología 18: 193-206. Sección de Antropología y Arqueología del Nucleo del Azuay de la Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana, Cuenca, Ecuador. 2005.

Are Paper Encyclopedias Still Cutting Edge? Reviews in Anthropology 34:4:313-330. 2005.

Gender Archaeology in Native North America. In Sarah Milledge Nelson, editor, Handbook of Gender in Archaeology pp. 813-852. Altamira Press, 2006.

Housekeeping in Postclassic El Salvador. David M. Pendergast and Anthony P. Andrews, editors, Reconstructing the Past: Recent Studies in Maya Prehistory.pp. 119-134. B.A.R. International Series 1529. Oxford. 2006

Gender Archaeology in Native North America. In Sarah Milledge Nelson, editor, Handbook of Gender in Archaeology, pp. 813-852. Altamira Press, 2006. Reprinted in Sarah Milledge Nelson, editor, Worlds of Gender: The Archaeology of Women’s Lives Around the Globe, pp. 219-258. Altamira Press, 2007.

Housekeeping in Postclassic El Salvador. David M. Pendergast and Anthony P. Andrews, editors, Reconstructing the Past: Recent Studies in Maya Prehistory. pp. 119-134. B.A.R. International Series 1529. Oxford. 2006.

Mazapan Style Figurines in El Salvador. La Tinaja 17 (1-2):2006

Did the Olmec Know How to Write? (with Nancy L. Kelker). Science 315:1365. March 9, 2007.

Early Postclassic Figurines from El Salvador. La Tinaja 18(2):18-24. 2007

Cerro Narrío, Pirincay y el Formativo Ecuatoriano. En Donald Collier y John Murra , Begnino Malo ., trad., Reconocimiento y Excavaciones en el Sur del Ecuador Apéndice D, pp. 351-402. Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana, Núcleo del Azuay, Cuenca. 2007

Nicoya Polychrome Statuette Found in El Salvador (with Zachary Revene). Mexicon XXIX (4):102-103. August, 2007.

A Series of Unfortunate Events, or the Best Intentions Thwarted: A Brief History of Archaeological Time in the Northern Andes. Ñawpa Pacha 29:179-190.2009.

An Early Postclassic Round Structure at Cihuatán, El Salvador. Arqueología Iberoamericana 2:35-45, June 2009. With Paúl E. Amaroli Bertolucci.

Costanza Di Capua Di Capua (December 17, 1912-May 5, 2008) (obituary). Andean Past 9:103-107. 2009.

Faking Ancient Mesoamerica. With Nancy L. Kelker. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, CA.2010

Faking the Ancient Andes. With Nancy L. Kelker. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek , CA. 2010

Pre-Hispanic Dress in Colombia and Ecuador. In Margot Blum Schevill, editor, Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion, Volume 2: Latin America and the Caribbean. Berg Publishers, Oxford and New York. Pp. 323-329. 2010

Patrones de asentamiento, rutas de comunicación y mercancías de intercambio de larga distancia en el Formativo Tardío del Austro Ecuatoriano. Bulletin de l’Institut Franççis d’Études Andines 39(3):683-696.

An Olmec Concave Mirror from El Salvador. Mexicon XXXIII (2):36-37.April-May 2011.With Paúl E. Amaroli B.

The Geography of Ecuador, An Introduction to the Archaeology of Ecuador, Costume in Ecuador before the Incas. In Ann Pollard Rowe, editor, Costume and History in Highland Ecuador, pp. 11-49.University of Texas Press, Austin. 2011.

POPULAR PUBLICATIONS

A Coloring Album of Ancient Mexico and Peru. St. Hieronymous Press, Berkeley California. 1971 (with T. W. Weller)

A Coloring Album of Ancient Mexico and Peru Revised Bilingual Edition. St. Hieronymous Press, Berkeley California. 1974 (with T. W. Weller)

Among the Tomb Looters of Colombia. London Evening Standard Special color supplement to accompany the "Gold of El Dorado" exhibition at the Royal Academy, November 1978

Our Galumphing Gourmand: Le Palate Pathetique. Journal of Irreproducible Results 35:3:12-15. 1990

An Hour in the Life of an Archaeologist: Consulting for US Customs. Read it online. February 5, 2001.

REVIEWS

H. G. Bandi Eskimo Prehistory. Man 5:2:318. 1970

E. Benson A Man and a Feline in Moche Art. American Anthropologist 79:4:980. 1975

Frederick R. Lange and Doris Z. Stone, editors The Archaeology of Lower Central America. Man Vol. 20, No. 3, pp. 556-557. September 1985

Robert D. Drennan Regional Archaeology in the Valle de La Plata, Colombia. American Antiquity 52:1:212-213. 1987

Miguel Rivera y Andrés Ciudad Los Mayas de los Tiempos Tardios. American Antiquity 53:4:879. 1988

Don Stephen Rice, editor, Latin American Horizons. Mesoamérica.

Sophie D. Coe America's First Cuisines, University of Texas Press, 1994. Latin American Antiquity 6:3:281-282.1995

Robert W. Patch Maya and Spaniard in Yucatan, 1648-1812. The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 26:2:547. 1996

Susan Kellogg Law and the Transformation of Aztec Culture 1500-1700. The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 27:3:555-556. Winter 1997.

Rafael Varón Gabai y Javier Espinosa, editores, Arqueología, Antropología e Historia en los Andes. Homenaje a María Rosworoski. Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos y Banco Centra de Reserva del Perú, 1997. Ethnohistory47 (3/4):865-867. 2000.

Ann Pollard Rowe, editor, Costume and Identity in Highland Ecuador. Washington, D.C.: The Textile Museum and Seattle: University of Washington Press. Ethnohistory 47 (3/4). 2000.

Elizabeth Hill Boone Stories in Red and Black: Pictorial Histories of the Aztecs and Mixtecs . University of Texas Press, Austin, 2000. Mesoamérica 43(23):151-153. 2002.

Neil Brodie, Jennifer Doole and Colin Renfrew, editors, Trade in Illicity Antiquities: The Destruction of the World's Archaeological Heritage . McDonald Institute Monographs, Cambridge University, 2001. Journal of Field Archaeology (in press).

SUBMITTED AND/OR CIRCULATED REPORTS

Reconocimiento Arqueólogico del Quindio. 1970

Site Survey on Zapatera Island, Nicaragua. 1974

Arqueología de Cihuatán. Informe Preliminar (with C. Cecil and E. M Solís A.). 1975

Investigaciones Arqueológicas en la Zona Habitacional de Cihuatán. Informe Preliminar de 1977.

Investigaciones Arqueológicas en la Zonal Habitacional de Cihuatán. Informe Preliminar de 1978.

Informe sobre Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Azuay, Diciembre 1980 y Plan de Trabajo para 1981. Feb. 1981 (with N. Hammond)

Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Pirincay, Canton Paute, Provincia de Azuay: Informe Preliminar de 1984. Dec. 1984 (with N. Hammond and M. Hodges)

Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Pirincay, Canton Paute, Provincia del Azuay: Informe Preliminar de 1985 (with C. Cecil, W. Van Asdall and N. Hammond)

Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Pirincay, Canton Paute, Provincia del Azuay: Informe Preliminar de 1986. Con Apendices Técnicos sobre los Análisis de Cerámica, Hueso, Piedra Tallada y Carbón

Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Pirincay, Canton Paute, Provincia del Azuay: Informe Preliminar de 1987

Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Pirincay, Canton Paute, Provincia del Azuay. Informe Preliminar de 1988

El Rescate de Efigies de Tlaloc en Las Marías, Julio de 2003. Informe Preliminar (with Paul E. Amaroli). 2002. All Cihuatán reports are available in pdf. format on the Cihuatán web site www.cihuatan.org.

Informe de las Excavaciones Realizadas en la Estructura P-7 (la Pirámide Principal) del Sitio Arqueológico Cihuatán , 2001-2002. October, 2003. (with Paul Amaroli y Fabio Esteban Amador)

Reconocimiento arqueológico del área propuesta para el futuro estacionamiento en el Parque Arqueológico de Cihuatán. 9 de octubre de 2006. Manuscrito archivado en la Secretaria de Cultura y FUNDAR, San Salvador.

Informe sobre el Mantenamiento y Consolidacióó de la Plataforma P-12, Cihuatán, Octubre de 2007. Dic. de 2007.

La Conservación de la Muralla Norte del Centro Ceremonial Poniente de Cihuatán, diciembre de 2009. Manuscrito archivado en la Secretaria de Cultura y FUNDAR, San Salvador.

REPORTS TO NEWSLETTERS, ETC.

American Antiquity "Current Research" 1976, 1979-1980, 1982, 1986, 1989-1991

Willay 1981, 1985-1991, 1993, 1994, 1998

The Bead Newsletter1991

AAA Newsletter 40(3):21, March, 1999 (obituary for William Dalton Hohenthal, 1917-1998).

WORLD WIDE WEB SITES

Cihuatán: El Salvador's Ancient City/ Cihuatán: La Ciudad Antigua de El Salvador. Design: Tom Weller. Read it online .

The Story of a Sherd. Design: Tom Weller Read it online.

PUBLICATIONS IN PRESS

The Cihuatán Phase: An Early Postclassic Cultural Tradition of El Salvador. (with Paúl E. Amaroli B.) In Fabio Esteban Amador Berdugo, editor, Archaeological History of El Salvador. Edward Mellen Press, Lewiston, N. Y.

Women in Ancient America second, revised, edition.With Karen E. Stothert. University of Oklahoma Press. In press.


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