Publications, etc.

Book

2013  Negotiated Settlements: Andean Communities and Landscapes under Inka and Spanish Colonialism. University Press of Florida.

Articles and Chapters

In press“Spatial Hegemony and Evangelization: A Network-Based View of an Early Franciscan Doctrinal Settlement in Highland Peru,” by Steven A. Wernke and Lauren E. Kohut.  Chapter for the volume Religion and Space in the Atlantic World, edited by John Corrigan, David Bodenhamer, and Trevor Harris.  Indiana University Press.

2014 “Capturing Complexity: Toward an Integrated Low-Altitude Photogrammetry and Mobile Geographic Information System Archaeological Registry System,” by Steven A. Wernke, Julie A. Adams, and Eli R. Hooten.  Advances in Archaeological Practice 2(3):190-206.
2014 “Nuevos avances en el estudio sobre las reducciones toledanas,” by Akira Saito, Claudio Rosas Lauro, Jeremy Ravi Mumford, Steven A. Wernke, Marina Zuloaga Rada, and Karen Spalding. Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology 39(1):123-167.

2014 “De antiguas normas y viejas formas: Reflexiones desde la arqueología sobre la transformación del espacio público-ritual durante la colonia temprana en el valle del Colca,” by Abel Traslaviña and Steven A. Wernke.  In Patrimonio, Identidad, y Memoria, edited by Sandra Negro.  Universidad Ricardo Palma, Lima.

2013 “Andean Households in Transition: The Politics of Domestic Space at an Early Colonial Doctrina in the Peruvian Highlands.” In Decolonizing Indigenous Histories: Exploring Prehistoric / Colonial Transitions in Archaeology, edited by Maxine Oland, Siobhan M. Hart, and Liam Frink.  University of Arizona Press, pp. 77-101.

2012 “La transformación del espacio arquitectónico en una doctrina temprana en el Valle del Colca,” by Steven A. Wernke, Teddy Abel Traslaviña Arias, and Ericka Guerra Santander.  In Arquitectura prehispánica tardía: construcción y poder en los Andes centrales, edited by Kevin Lane y Milton Luján Davila. Universidad Católica Sedes Sapientiae.

2012  ”Spatial Network Analysis of a Terminal Prehispanic and Early Colonial Settlement in Highland Peru.”  Journal of Archaeological Science 39(4):1111-1122.

2011  “Convergences: Producing Early Colonial Hybridity at a Doctrina in Highland Peru.”  In Enduring Conquests: Rethinking the Archaeology of Resistance to Spanish Colonialism in the Americas, edited by Matthew Liebmann and Melissa Murphy.  School for Advanced Research Press, Santa Fe.

2011 “Asentamiento, agricultura y pastoralismo durante el periodo Formativo en el valle del Colca, Perú.” (Settlement, agriculture and pastoralism during the Formative Period in the Colca Valley, Peru).  Chungará 43(2):203-220.

2010 “On-Site Recording of Excavation Data Using Mobile GIS.” By Nicholas Tripcevich and Steven A. Wernke.  Journal of Field Archaeology 35(4):380-397.

2010  “A Reduced Landscape: Toward a Multi-Causal Understanding of Historic Period Agricultural Deintensification in Highland Peru.”  Journal of Latin American Geography 9(3):51-83.

2009 “Agriculture and Inequality in the Colonial Andes: A Simulation of Production and Consumption Using Administrative Documents“, by Steven A. Wernke and Thomas A. Whitmore.  Human Ecology 37:421-440.

2009 “La interfaz política/medio-ambiental en el valle del Colca durante la época inkaica.” In Andes 7:587-614.

2007 “Analogy or Erasure? Dialectics of Religious Transformation in the Early Doctrinas of the Colca Valley, Peru.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 11(2):152-182.

2007 “Negotiating Community and Landscape in the Peruvian Andes: A Trans-Conquest View.” American Anthropologist 109(1):130-152.

2006 “The Politics of Community and Inka Statecraft in the Colca Valley, Peru.” Latin American Antiquity 17(7):177-208.

2006 “Collagua ‘Eco-logistics’: Intermediate Elites and Hybrid Community Structures in the Colca Valley, Peru.” In Intermediate Elites in Pre-Columbian States and Empires, edited by Christina M. Elson and R. Alan Covey, pp. 175-211. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

2006 “Comunidad e imperialismo: una visión arqueo-histórica del reino inkaico en Yanquecollaguas.” In Collaguas III: Yanquecollaguas, edited by David J. Robinson, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, pp. CXXV-CXLVI.

2006 Book review: An Inca Account of the Conquest of Peru.  Translated, introduced, and annotated by Ralph BauerJournal of Latin American Anthropology 11(2):502-504

Dissertation

2003  An Archaeo-History of Andean Community and Landscape: The Late Prehispanic and Early Colonial Colca Valley, Peru.  Department of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Madison. (large file: 90mb)

Technical Reports

2010 Proyecto Arqueológico Tuti Antiguo, Valle del Colca.  Fase II: excavación en el sitio de Malata.  Steven A. Wernke, and Ericka Guerra Santander.  Report submitted to the National Institute of Culture (I.N.C.)

Presentations (a sampling)

2013  “Views From Above: Using UAVs and Mobile GIS to Map a Colonial Settlement in Highland Peru,” by Steven A. Wernke and Julie A. Adams.  Poster presented at the 78th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Honolulu, Hawaii.

2013  “Called to Gather: Building and Dwelling in a Reducción in Highland Peru.”  Invited lecture, Department of Anthropology, Harvard University.

2012  “Un orden improvisado: el emplazamiento y la construcción de una reducción en el Valle del Colca (Arequipa, Perú).”  Invited lecture presented for the seminar series “La política de concentración poblacional y sus efectos sobre la sociedad indígena en los dominios españoles de sudamérica,” directed by Dr. Akira Saito (Ethnological Museum of Osaka), co-sponsored by the Programa de Estudios Andinos, Pontificia Universidad Católica, Lima, Peru.

2012  “Moving, Seeing, Dwelling: Toward an Archaeology of Spatial Practice in the Colonial Andes.”  Invited lecture presented at the University of Illinois, Chicago.

2012  “Improvising Order at the Edge of Empire: Co-Colonization in the Peri-Historical Andes.”  Paper presented in the symposium Living on the Edge: Local Entanglements in Global Perspective(s), organized by Amanda L. Logan and Kathryn J. Franklin, at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Memphis, Tennessee.

2011 “Spatial Hegemony and Domestic Practice: Varieties of Households at an Early Colonial Mission in the Colca Valley, Peru,” by Steven A. Wernke and Lauren E. Kohut. Paper presented in the symposium Domestic Responses, Challenges, and Cooperation in Andean State Development, organized by Kylie Quave and Maeve Skidmore, at the 76th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Sacramento, California.

2011 “Foodways at Malata, an Early Doctrina in the Southern Peruvian Highlands,” by Lizette Muñoz, David Goldstein, and Steven A. Wernke. Poster presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Institute of Andean Studies, Berkeley, California.

2010 “Colonial Placemaking: Remapping the Built Spaces of Everyday Life at an Early Doctrina in Highland Peru.” Paper presented in the symposium Beneath the Surface, Geospatial Technologies and Indigenous History, organized by George Milne. Annual Meeting of the American Society for Ethnohistory, Ottawa, Canada.

2010 “Senderos convergentes: transformaciones espaciales en una doctrina temprana en el Valle del Colca.”  Paper presented at the Simposio Internacional de Arqueología Histórica, Lima, Peru.

2010 “Colonial Commonplaces: Household Archaeology at an Early Doctrinal Settlement in the Colca Valley, Peru,” by Steven A. Wernke and Ericka Guerra Santander.  Paper presented in the symposium Recent Archaeological Investigations in Southern Perú: The Collesuyo Region of Arequipa, organized by Maria Lozada, at the 75th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, St. Louis, Missouri.

2010 “From Pottery to Practice: A Contextual Ceramic Assemblage Analysis from an Inka Outpost and Early Colonial Mission in Highland Peru,” by Ronald Yim and Steven A. Wernke.  Poster presented at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, St. Louis, Missouri.

2010 “Convergent Paths: Placemaking at an Early Mission in the Highland Andes.”  Invited lecture, Archaeology Workshop Series, Stanford Archaeology Center, Department of Anthropology, Stanford University.

2009 “Restructuring Space and Negotiating Place at an Early Mission in Highland Peru.”  Paper presented in the symposium The Atlantic World in Space and Time: The Perspective of Spatial Humanities, organized by David Bodenhamer, at the 34th Annual Social Science History Association Meeting.

2009 “On a Mission: ‘Commonplace’ Archaeology at an Early Post-Conquest Doctrinal Settlement in the Peruvian Andes.”  Taft Center invited lecture presented at the Department of Anthropology, University of Cincinnati, Fall, 2009.

2009 “The Reconstruction of Community at Malata, a Provincial Inka Outpost and Early Mission Settlement in Highland Peru,” by Steven A. Wernke and Ericka Guerra Santander.  Paper presented in the symposium Investigating Ritual and Domestic Spaces and Practices at an Early Colonial Mission in Highland Peru, organized by Steven A. Wernke, at the 73rd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Atlanta, Georgia.

2009 “Evangelización en los Andes: la construcción de una capilla y su ámbito arquitectónico en la doctrina de Malata, Peru,” by Saul Morales and Steven A. Wernke.  Paper presented in the symposium Investigating Ritual and Domestic Spaces and Practices at an Early Colonial Mission in Highland Peru, organized by Steven A. Wernke, at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Atlanta, Georgia.

2008 “Households in Transition: Excavating Domestic Organization at an Early Colonial Mission in the Andean Highlands,” Paper presented at the symposium “Lost in Transition: Decolonizing Indigenous Histories at the Prehistoric / Colonial Intersection in Archaeology,” organized by Maxine Oland and Siobhan Hart, at the 2008 Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco.

2008 “Convergences: The Origins of Colonial Hybridity at Early Mission Complexes in Highland Peru.” Paper to be presented at the School for Advanced Research (Formerly School of American Research), for the Short Seminar “The Archaeology of Indigenous Resistance to the Spanish Conquest,” organized by Matthew Liebmann and Melissa Murphy.

2008 “Excavating between the Lines: Textual Silences and Missionary Archaeology in the Colca Valley, Peru.” Paper presented at the symposium “Circa 1530: Integrating Archaeology and Ethnohistory in the Andes,” organized by Joanne Pillsbury, at the 73rd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, Canada.

2008 “A GIS-Based Simulation of Colonial Resettlement and Terrace Abandonment in the Colca Valley, Peru,” by Steven A. Wernke and Travis Williams. Poster to by presented at the 73rd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, Canada.

2007 “Resistance or Persistence? Recycling Spaces and Revisiting Ancestors in the Early Missionary Settlements of the Colca Valley, Peru.” Paper presented in the symposium, “Archaeological Perspectives on Indigenous Resistance to Spanish Colonization in the New World,” Melissa Murphy and Matt Liebmann, organizers, at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

2007 “Productive Entanglements: The Spaces of Early Mission Settlements in the Colonial Andes.” Paper presented at the Spatial Americas Conference, University of California, Santa Barbara.

2007 “Agriculture and Inequality in the Colonial Andes: A Simulation of Production and Consumption Using Colonial Administrative Documents,” by Thomas A. Whitmore and Steven A. Wernke. Paper presented at the Conference of Latin American Geographers, Colorado Springs, CO.

2006 “Taking Stock: Houses and Their Propertied Interests in the Colca Valley, Peru,” by Steven A. Wernke, Ericka Guerra Santander, and Thomas A. Whitmore. Presented in the symposium “New Perspectives in Andean Household Archaeology,” Donna Nash and Victor Pimentel, organizers, at the 71st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

2006 “Agricultural Land Holdings and Labor Demands in late Sixteenth Century and early Seventeenth Century Highland Peru,” by Thomas A. Whitmore and Steven A. Wernke. Paper presented at the 102nd Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, Illinois.

2005 “A Negotiated Settlement: Reducción and the Prehispanic Landscape in the Colca Valley, Peru.” Paper presented at the 24th Northeast Conference on Andean Archaeology and Ethnohistory, Washington, DC.

2005 “La interfaz política/medio-ambiental en el valle del Colca durante la época inkaica y colonial.” Paper presented at the Simposio Internacional Sobre Arqueología del Area Sur Andina, Arequipa, Peru.

2005 “Remapping Authority and Community in the Reducciones of the Colca Valley, Peru.” Paper presented at the 70th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Salt Lake City, Utah.

2005 “Una reconstrucción del impacto del tributo colonial sobre la economía doméstica en el valle del Colca, Perú,” by Thomas A. Whitmore and Steven A Wernke. Paper presented at the Conference of Latin Americanist Geographers, Morelia, Mexico.

2005 “Reconstructing the Impact of Tribute on Domestic Economy in the Colonial Colca Valley, Peru,” by Thomas A. Whitmore and Steven A. Wernke. Paper presented at the 101st Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Denver, Colorado.

2004 “Mapping Ayllus: Land Tenure and Residence Patterns in the Late Prehispanic and Early Colonial Colca Valley, Peru.” Paper presented at the American Society for Ethnohistory Annual Conference, Chicago.

2004 “Inka Imperialism and Community Structures in the Colca Valley, Peru.” Paper presented at the 69th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Montreal, Québec.

2004 “Agricultural Productivity, Demography, and Famine Risk in the late 16th C. and early 17th C. in the Colca Valley of Southern Highland Peru,” by Thomas A. Whitmore and Steven A. Wernke. Paper presented at the 100th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

2004 “Agricultural Productivity and Famine Risk in late Sixteenth Century and Early Seventeenth Century Highland Peru,” by Thomas A. Whitmore and Steven A. Wernke. Paper presented at the Conference of Latin Americanist Geographers, Antigua, Guatemala.

2002 “Eco-logistical Practice Over the Longue Durée: Intermediate Elites and Hybrid Community Structures in the Colca Valley, Peru.” Paper presented at the 67th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Denver, Colorado.

2002 “An Archaeo-History of Andean Community and Landscape.” Paper presented at Dumbarton Oaks, Washington DC.

2001 “A Reassessment of Collagua and Provincial Inka Ceramic Styles of Arequipa, Peru.” Paper presented at the 66th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans, Louisiana.