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Architecture and Power in the Ancient Andes: The Archaeology of Public Buildings (New Studies in Archaeology) Paperback – October 20, 2005

ISBN-13: 978-0521675635 ISBN-10: 0521675634

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..".this book represents a good discussion of the architecture of the North Coast and Central Coast of Peru. This book calls attention to the importance of ritual architecture as a force of social and ritual transformation...I do recommend this book to anyone working on ancient architectual form and on applying new approaches to recognize archaeological patterning." Journal of Field Archaeology

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This 1996 volume uses analytical methods to approach architecture and its relationship to culture, politics, and religion in the ancient Andes. Jerry D. Moore's clear and richly illustrated discussion represents an original perspective on architecture and its role in the ancient world.

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Jerry Moore is an archaeologist, writer, and professor of anthropology at California State University Dominguez Hill. Moore has conducted archaeological research in Peru, Mexico, and southern California.
Moore's principal expertise is on the prehistoric architecture and cultural landscapes in the Andes. He has written four books, "Architecture and Power in the Prehispanic Andes: The Archaeology of Public Buildings" (1996 Cambridge University Press), "Cultural Landscapes in the Prehispanic Andes: Archaeologies of Place" (2005 University Press of Florida), "The Prehistory of Home" (2012, University of California Press)--selected for the 2014 Society for American Archaeology Book Award--and "A Prehistory of South America: Ancient Cultural Diversity on the Least-Known Continent" (2014, University Press of Colorado).
Moore is the co-editor with Donald Laylander of "The Prehistory of Baja California: Advances in the Archaeology of the Forgotten Peninsula" (2006 University Press of Florida) which was chosen as a 2007 Choice Distinguished Book. Also, Moore has written one of the leading textbooks on anthropological theory, "Visions of Culture: An Introduction to Anthropological Theories and Theorists" (2012, Altamira) and he edited a companion collection of primary materials, "Visions of Culture: An Annotated Reader" (2009). Moore's writings have been translated into Spanish, French, Han Chinese, and Croatian. Moore was also the editor of "Ñawpa Pacha: Journal of Andean Archaeology", from 2011-2014.
Moore has been a Fellow in Precolumbian Studies at Harvard's Dumbarton Oaks Research Libraries and Collections in Washington D.C. (1992-93), a senior scholar at the Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts at the University of East Anglia (1994), a Fellow at the Getty Research Institute (2001-2002), and a Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Studies, Durham University, UK (2013).
Moore is currently working on a forthcoming book, "Incidence of Travel: Recent Journeys in Ancient Worlds" (University Press of Colorado).

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