Aug. 28-30, 2000
The theme of this first workshop was how to combine archaeological and ethnohistoric data and perspectives. Subsidiary themes were: Myths and cosmology, ethnicity and identity, and the frontiers of the empire. LA ARQUEOLOGIA Y LA ETNOHISTORIA: UN ENCUENTRO ANDINO was the first volume to result from the IARs series of workshops.
The volume includes papers by Segundo Moreno from Ecuador, Lorenzo Huertas from Peru, Sonia Alconini from Bolivia, Jorge Hidalgo and Calogero Santoro from Chile and Ana Maria Lorand and Veronica Williams from Argentina; Maria Rostworowski provided a summary commentary. Discussions following each paper were also transcribed and included in the publication.
The Interrelationships of New World Cultures Program, Costa Rica (1958)
“A conference of several days duration at which type samples and tentative conclusions are to be presented and discussed with a view to a series of comprehensive and integrated publications” (Mason 1967).
Viking Fund Conference, New York (1947)
“In July of 1947 the Viking Fund underwrote the cost of a two-day conference held at its headquarters in New York under the joint auspices of the Fund and the Institute of Andean Research. Many important papers on Peruvian archaeology by participants in the program were given at the conference. With the aid of a grant from the Viking Fund these were published as a joint publication of the Institute and the Society for American Archaeology: Bennett, Wendell C., Editor. 1948. A Reappraisal of Peruvian Archaeology, Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology, No. 4, Menasha” (Mason 1967).