The Oxford handbook of the Incas / edited by Sonia Alconini and Alan Covey.

When Spaniards invaded their realm in 1532, the Incas ruled the largest empire of the pre-Columbian Americas. Just over a century earlier, military campaigns began to extend power across a broad swath of the Andean region, bringing local societies into new relationships with colonists and officials...

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Other Authors: Alconini Mujica, Sonia (Editor), Covey, R. Alan, 1974- (Editor)
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Language:English
Published: New York : Oxford University Press, 2018.
Series:Oxford handbooks online.
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505 0 0 |t Inca advances into the eastern tropics : the Amazon and Chaco in perspective /  |r Sonia Alconini --  |t Rock shrines, ceque lines and pilgrimage in the provinces /  |r Jessica Joyce Christie --  |t Heritage tourism and performances of indigeneity in Cuzco /  |r Catherine Covey --  |t The spread of Inca power in the Cuzco region /  |r Alan Covey --  |t Gender and status in Inca textile and ceramic craft production /  |r Cathy Costin --  |t Inca political organization, economic institutions, and infrastructure /  |r Terence N. D'Altroy --  |t Making the typical exceptional : the elevation of Inca cuisine /  |r Justin Jennings,  |r Guy Duke --  |t Inka state estate and imperial installations in central Bolivia /  |r János Gyarmati,  |r Carola Condarco --  |t Inca ancestry and colonial privilege /  |r David Garrett --  |t The Inca presence at Pachacamac and the coast of Peru /  |r Peter Eeckhout,  |r Enrique López Hurtado --  |t Inca colonial encounters, resistance and incorporation in northern Argentina /  |r Felix Acuto,  |r Ivan Leibowicz --  |t The Incas at Tiwanaku and the Titicaca Basin /  |r Jason Yaeger,  |r José María López --  |t Cultivating empire : Inca intensive agricultural strategies /  |r Steve Kosiba --  |t Inca aesthetics and scholarly inquiry /  |r Adam Herring --  |t Cuzco : development of the imperial capital /  |r Ian Farrington --  |t Vilcabamba : last stronghold of the Inca /  |r Vincent Lee --  |t Fishing economies and ethnic specialization under Inca rule /  |r Amanda Aland --  |t Colonial bioarchaeology and demography /  |r Melissa S. Murphy --  |t Peregrination and rituality in the southern provinces /  |r Pablo Mignone --  |t Andean statecraft before the Incas /  |r Jerry Moore --  |t Garments, tocapu, status and identity : Inca and colonial perspectives /  |r Elena Phipps --  |t The northern Inca frontier in Ecuador /  |r Dennis Ogburn --  |t Writing Inca history : the colonial era /  |r Joanne Pillsbury --  |t Northern Chile and the Incas /  |r Calogero Santoro,  |r Mauricio Uribe --  |t The development and variation of Inca architecture /  |r Jean-Pierre Protzen --  |t The Inca centers of caranqui and tomebamba in the northern highlands of Ecuador /  |r Tamara Bray,  |r José Echeverría --  |t Competing ideologies and stakeholders for Inca sites and ceremonies : Machu Picchu and Inti Raymi /  |r Richard Burger,  |r Lucy Salazar --  |t Royal estates and imperial centers in the Cusco region /  |r Kylie Quave --  |t Inca landscapes of domination : the role of rock art in Aconcagua, Chile /  |r Andrés Troncoso --  |t Transformations : Evangelization, resettlement, and community organization in the early viceroyalty of Peru /  |r Steven Wernke --  |t Inca transformations in the Chachapoya region /  |r Inge Schjellerup --  |t Quipus and yupanas as imperial registers : reckoning and recording in Tahuantinsuyu /  |r Gary Urton --  |t The Acllacona and Mitmacona : diet, ethnicity, and status /  |r Bethany Turner-Livermore,  |r Barbara R. Hewitt --  |t The iconography and use of Inca and colonial drinking vessels /  |r Mariusz Ziólkowski --  |t Inca mining and metal production /  |r Colleen Zori --  |t Retracing the intellectual journey of Inca origins /  |r Alan Covey,  |r Sonia Alconini --  |g Conclusions :  |t The political economy of royal estates and imperial centers in the heartland and provinces /  |r Sonia Alconini,  |r Alan Covey --  |t Conclusion : Reassessing Inca hard power /  |r Alan Covey,  |r Sonia Alconini --  |g Conclusions :  |t Inca imperial identities : colonization, resistance and hybridity /  |r Sonia Alconini,  |r Alan Covey --  |g Conclusions :  |t Sacred geographies and imperial expansion /  |r Sonia Alconini,  |r Alan Covey --  |g Conclusion :  |t Civilizing the Incas /  |r Alan Covey,  |r Sonia Alconini --  |g Conclusion /  |r Alan Covey,  |r Sonia Alconini --  |g Conclusions :  |t Appropriating the Inca and the complexities of social memory /  |r Sonia Alconini,  |r Alan Covey --  |t The sacred geography of cusco /  |r Brian Bauer --  |t Inca material culture : national identities, museum collections, and global commodities /  |r Stefanie Gänger --  |g Introduction /  |r Sonia Alconini,  |r Alan Covey --  |t The Inca center of incallajta in the southeastern andes /  |r Lawrence Coben --  |t The Inca state and local ritual landscapes /  |r Zachary James Chase. 
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