ANDEAN ETHNOARCHAEOLOGIES

ETNOARQUEOLOGÍAS ANDINAS

ETNOARQUEOLOGÍAS ANDINAS

ANDEAN ETHNOARCHAEOLOGIES

ETNOARQUEOLOGÍAS ANDINAS

Mauricio Massone tells us that in the 1970s some outstanding young researchers (Victoria Castro, Carlos Aldunate and José Berenguer, among others) met in the course of the Salado River in Toconce, and in the high Loa River, to discuss a set of archaeological, ethnographic and ethnohistorical studies. In reading this book we perceive the great sensitivity shown in recognizing the importance of giving sense to historical knowledge to better understand the system of life of contemporary communities: What are their beliefs and aspirations, how they organize themselves, what are their local particularities, and what is their sense of belonging to a greater Andean world. This genuine commitment allows everything to flow in time and space, linking the pre-Hispanic archaeological processes with current experiences, perceiving the colors of the caravan’s dynamics and looking respectfully and gratefully toward the tutelary hills.

  • ANDEAN ETHNOARCHAEOLOGIES
  • Victoria Castro
  • Universidad Alberto Hurtado
  • Available Worldwide
  • Spanish
  • Printed
    • 978-956-357-073-1
  • No
    • Beatriz García-Huidobro
    • mgarciam@uahurtado.cl
    • +56 (2) 2889–7726