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Alan Durston

Department of History

Associate Professor
 
Office: 2126 Vari Hall
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 66962
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Alan Durston studies the cultural and social history of Andean Peru.

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Research Interests

History , Anthropology , Latin American history and anthropology; Peru; indigenous peoples; language politics

Selected Publications

Pastoral Quechua: The History of Christian Translation in Colonial Peru, 1550-1650. University of Notre Dame Press (Notre Dame, IN), 2007 (xvi+395p).

“Apuntes para una historia de los himnos quechuas del Cuzco” [Notes on the History of the Quechua Hymns of Cuzco]. Chungara, Revista de Antropología Chilena 42:1 (2010), 147-155.

“Native-Language Literacy in Colonial Peru: The Question of Mundane Quechua Writing Revisited.” The Hispanic American Historical Review 88:1 (2008), 41-70.

“Notes on the Authorship of the Huarochirí Manuscript.” Colonial Latin American Review 16:2 (2007), 227-241.

“Un régimen urbanístico en la América hispana colonial - el trazado en damero durante los siglos XVI y XVII” [A Town-Planning Regime in Colonial Spanish America: The Grid Plan in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries]. Historia 28 (1994 [published in 1995]), 59-115.

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Books

Pastoral Quechua: The History of Christian Translation in Colonial Peru, 1550-1650. University of Notre Dame Press (Notre Dame, IN), 2007 (xvi+395p).

Journal Articles

“Apuntes para una historia de los himnos quechuas del Cuzco” [Notes on the History of the Quechua Hymns of Cuzco]. Chungara, Revista de Antropología Chilena 42:1 (2010), 147-155.

“Native-Language Literacy in Colonial Peru: The Question of Mundane Quechua Writing Revisited.” The Hispanic American Historical Review 88:1 (2008), 41-70.

“Notes on the Authorship of the Huarochirí Manuscript.” Colonial Latin American Review 16:2 (2007), 227-241.

“La escritura del quechua por indígenas en el siglo XVII - nuevas evidencias en el Archivo Arzobispal de Lima (estudio preliminar y edición de textos)” [Indigenous Writers of Quechua in the Seventeenth Century: New Evidence from the Archdiocesan Archive of Lima (Preliminary Study and Edition of Texts]. Revista Andina 37 (2003), 207-236.

“El Aptaycachana de Juan de Castromonte - un manual sacramental quechua para la sierra central del Perú (ca. 1650)” [Juan de Castromonte’s Aptaycachana: A Quechua Sacramental Manual for the Central Highlands of Peru (ca. 1650)]. Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Études Andines 31:2 (2002), 219-292.

“El proceso reduccional en el sur andino: confrontación y síntesis de sistemas espaciales” [The Congregation Process in the Southern Andes: Confrontation and Synthesis of Spatial Systems]. Revista de Historia Indígena 4 (1999), 75-101.

Alan Durston and Jorge Hidalgo L., “La presencia andina en los valles de Arica, siglos XVI-XVIII: casos de regeneración colonial de estructuras archipielágicas” [The Andean Presence in the Arica Valleys: Cases of Colonial Regeneration of Archipelago Structures]. Chungara Revista de Antropología Chilena 29/2 (1997): 249-273. Reprinted in Jorge Hidalgo (lead author) Historia andina en Chile, Editorial Universitaria (Santiago, Chile), 2004, p. 479-506.

“Un régimen urbanístico en la América hispana colonial - el trazado en damero durante los siglos XVI y XVII” [A Town-Planning Regime in Colonial Spanish America: The Grid Plan in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries]. Historia 28 (1994 [published in 1995]), 59-115.

Conference Proceedings

“Representación y poder en la catequesis andina, 1570-1610” [Representation and Power in Andean Catechesis, 1570-1610]. In Actas del IV Congreso Internacional de Etnohistoria, volume III: 73-98. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 1998.

Jorge Hidalgo L. and Alan Durston, “Reconstitución étnica colonial en la sierra de Arica: el cacicazgo de Codpa, 1650-1780” [Colonial Ethnic Reconstitution in the Arica Highlands: The Chiefdom of Codpa, 1650-1780]. In Actas del IV Congreso Internacional de Etnohistoria, volume II: 32-75. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 1998. Reprinted in Jorge Hidalgo L. (lead author) Historia andina en Chile, Editorial Universitaria (Santiago, Chile), 2004, p. 507-533.

Jorge Hidalgo L., Alan Durston, Viviana Briones, and Nelson Castro, “El cacicazgo de Tacna: un proceso de etnogénesis colonial, siglos XVI-XVIII” [The Chiefdom of Tacna: A Process of Colonial Ethnogenesis, Sixteenth through Eighteenth Centuries]. In Actas del XIV Congreso Nacional de Arqueología Chilena, 251-268. Sociedad Chilena de Arqueología y Museo Regional de Atacama, 1997. Reprinted in Jorge Hidalgo L. (lead author) Historia andina en Chile, Editorial Universitaria (Santiago, Chile), 2004, p. 535-553.

Conference Papers

“Escritura del quechua y sociedad regional: Ayacucho y Puno 1900-1950.” Programa de Estudios Andinos, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (Lima, Peru), August 19 2010.

“Ideologies and Politics of Language in Colonial Peru.” American Anthropological Association 108th Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA, December 2-6 2009.

“Quechua for Historians.” Indigenous Languages and Historical Interpretation. A Conference of the International Seminar on the History of the Atlantic World. Harvard University, March 28-29 2009.*

“Luis Jerónimo de Oré, OFM, and the Politics of Translation in Early Colonial Peru.” Guest Lecture, Toronto Renaissance and Reformation Colloquium, University of Toronto, January 28 2009.*

Participant (three short talks on Quechua), Symposium on History and Linguistics in the Andes, Institute for the Study of the Americas, University of London, September 15 2008.*

“Alphabetic Literacy in Quechua in Colonial Peru.” Codes in Conflict: New Formations in Early Modern Studies, Center for Early Modern Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison, February 29-March 1 2008.*

“Quechua and Nation-Building in the 19th-Century Andes.” Latin American Studies Luncheon Series, University of Toronto, November 28 2007.*

“Mundane Quechua Writing and Indigenous Literacy in Colonial Peru.” American Society for Ethnohistory Annual Meeting, Tulsa OK, November 10 2007.*

“The Inca Sovereign in the Christian Iconography of Colonial Cuzco.” Moving Worlds of the Baroque Conference, University of Toronto, October 13 2007.*

“Elite Perceptions and Uses of Quechua in Peru around Independence.” Imperial Decadence: A Roundtable on the Late Spanish Empire, University of Toronto, October 3 2007.*

“The Role of Inca Religious References in Christian Quechua Texts.” The Renaissance Society of America, Miami, March 22 2007.*

“Spanish Colonial Perceptions and Codifications of Quechua.” Guest Lecture, Department of Linguistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, September 28 2006.*

“The Syncretic Iconography of Early Christian Prayer in Quechua.” Guest Lecture, Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, September 22 2006.*

“The History of Quechua Literature and Literacy.” Expanding the “Ayllu:” A Workshop on Quechua Pedagogy and Dialectology, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, March 31 2006.*

“Native-Language Literacy in Colonial Peru.” Guest Lecture, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Georgetown University, December 2 2005.*

“Quechua Literacy among Native Andeans in Colonial Peru.” Andean Regional Workshop, Hesburgh Center for International Studies, University of Notre Dame, May 19 2005.*

“The Early Christian Literature in Quechua: Translation Practices, their Contexts, and Implications.” American Society for Ethnohistory Annual Meeting, Chicago, October 30 2004.

“Pastoral Media and Spaces in the Andean reducciones (Late 16th and Early 17th Centuries).” Working Group on the Early Church and European-Native Encounters in the New World, Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, April 20 2004.*

“Linguistic Uniformity versus Heterogeneity in Sixteenth-Century Missionary Translation into Quechua.” 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, November 22 2003.

“Linguistic Heterogeneity (Code Mixing) in Early Catholic Texts in Quechua.” Fifth Annual Michicagoan Conference in Linguistic Anthropology, University of Michigan, May 10 2003.

“Poética y ‘sincretismo’ en los himnos católicos en quechua del siglo XVII” [Poetics and “Syncretism” in Catholic Hymns in Quechua from the Seventeenth Century]. V Jornadas de Estudio sobre Pensamiento, Cultura y Sociedad Colonial, Instituto Riva-Agüero, Lima, 2001.

“El desarrollo del léxico pastoral en quechua” [The Development of the Pastoral Lexicon in Quechua]. V Coloquio Cronistas del Perú, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Lima, 2001.*

“El quechua pastoral: estrategias de análisis” [Pastoral Quechua: Analytical Strategies]. I Encuentro Anual de Humanidades, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, 2001.

“Abba pater yaya: el quechua católico y las trayectorias de la traducción colonial” [Abba Pater Yaya: Catholic Quechua and the Trajectories of Colonial Translation]. IV Jornadas de Estudio sobre Pensamiento, Sociedad y Cultura Colonial, Instituto Riva-Agüero, Lima, 2000.

“El proceso a la lengua en el Perú colonial (1550-1650)” [The Processing of Language in Colonial Peru (1550-1650)]. III Jornadas de Historia Andina del Norte de Chile, siglos XVI-XIX, Universidad de Valparaiso, 1999.

“Southern Peruvian Quechua Evidentiality (Grammar, Genre, and Colonial Translation).” First Annual Michicagoan Conference in Linguistic Anthropology, University of Michigan, 1999.

“Representación y poder en la catequesis andina, 1570-1610” [Representation and Power in Andean Catechesis, 1570-1610]. IV Congreso Internacional de Etnohistoria, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, June 23-27 1996.

Jorge Hidalgo L. and Alan Durston, “Reconstitución étnica colonial en la sierra de Arica: el cacicazgo de Codpa, 1650-1780” [Colonial Ethnic Reconstitution in the Arica Highlands: The Chiefdom of Codpa, 1650-1780]. IV Congreso Internacional de Etnohistoria, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, June 23-27 1996.

Alan Durston and Jorge Hidalgo L., “La presencia Andina en los valles de Arica” [The Andean Presence in the Arica Valleys]. II Congreso Chileno de Antropología, Valdivia (Chile), November 6-10 1995.

Alan Durston and Carlos Sanhueza, “El proceso reduccional en el sur andino” [The Congregation Process in the Southern Andes]. III Congreso Internacional de Etnohistoria, El Quisco (Chile), July 19-23 1993.

Book Reviews

Jaime Lara, Christian Texts for Aztecs: Art and Liturgy in Colonial Mexico (University of Notre Dame Press, 2008). The American Historical Review 114 (2009), 1508–1509.

Rebecca Earle, The Return of the Native: Indians and Myth-Making in Spanish America, 1810-1930 (Duke University Press, 2007). Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 34/67 (2009): 218-21.

Andrew Orta, Catechizing Culture. Missionaries, Aymara, and the “New Evangelization” (Columbia University Press, 2004). In Anthropological Quarterly 79:1 (2006), 179-182.

Sabine Hyland, The Jesuit and the Incas: The Extraordinary Life of Padre Blas Valera, SJ (University of Michigan Press, 2003). In Journal of Latin American Anthropology 10:2 (2005), 453-55.

Forthcoming

“Quechua Political Literature in Early Republican Peru (1821-1876).” Forthcoming in History and Language in the Andes, Paul Heggarty and Adrian Pearce eds., under contract to Palgrave Macmillan (Studies in the Americas series), publication expected in August 2010. 24-page ms.

“Standard Colonial Quechua.” Accepted to a volume on Iberian imperialism and language evolution in Latin America, Bruce Mannheim and Salikoko Mufwene eds., under consideration by the University of Chicago Press. 28-page ms.

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2014-2015 AP/HIST3736 6.0  Indigenous Struggles in the Andes LECT Course Website 

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Winter 2015 AP/HIST2721 3.0  Introduction to Latin American History LECT Course Website 


Alan Durston studies the cultural and social history of Andean Peru.


Area of Specialization

History


Degrees

Ph.D. Anthropology, University of Chicago
M.A. History, Universidad de Santiago de Chile
M.A. History, University of Cambridge


Research Interests:

History , Anthropology , Latin American history and anthropology; Peru; indigenous peoples; language politics

Selected Publications

Pastoral Quechua: The History of Christian Translation in Colonial Peru, 1550-1650. University of Notre Dame Press (Notre Dame, IN), 2007 (xvi+395p).

“Apuntes para una historia de los himnos quechuas del Cuzco” [Notes on the History of the Quechua Hymns of Cuzco]. Chungara, Revista de Antropología Chilena 42:1 (2010), 147-155.

“Native-Language Literacy in Colonial Peru: The Question of Mundane Quechua Writing Revisited.” The Hispanic American Historical Review 88:1 (2008), 41-70.

“Notes on the Authorship of the Huarochirí Manuscript.” Colonial Latin American Review 16:2 (2007), 227-241.

“Un régimen urbanístico en la América hispana colonial - el trazado en damero durante los siglos XVI y XVII” [A Town-Planning Regime in Colonial Spanish America: The Grid Plan in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries]. Historia 28 (1994 [published in 1995]), 59-115.

All Publications

Books

Pastoral Quechua: The History of Christian Translation in Colonial Peru, 1550-1650. University of Notre Dame Press (Notre Dame, IN), 2007 (xvi+395p).

Journal Articles

“Apuntes para una historia de los himnos quechuas del Cuzco” [Notes on the History of the Quechua Hymns of Cuzco]. Chungara, Revista de Antropología Chilena 42:1 (2010), 147-155.

“Native-Language Literacy in Colonial Peru: The Question of Mundane Quechua Writing Revisited.” The Hispanic American Historical Review 88:1 (2008), 41-70.

“Notes on the Authorship of the Huarochirí Manuscript.” Colonial Latin American Review 16:2 (2007), 227-241.

“La escritura del quechua por indígenas en el siglo XVII - nuevas evidencias en el Archivo Arzobispal de Lima (estudio preliminar y edición de textos)” [Indigenous Writers of Quechua in the Seventeenth Century: New Evidence from the Archdiocesan Archive of Lima (Preliminary Study and Edition of Texts]. Revista Andina 37 (2003), 207-236.

“El Aptaycachana de Juan de Castromonte - un manual sacramental quechua para la sierra central del Perú (ca. 1650)” [Juan de Castromonte’s Aptaycachana: A Quechua Sacramental Manual for the Central Highlands of Peru (ca. 1650)]. Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Études Andines 31:2 (2002), 219-292.

“El proceso reduccional en el sur andino: confrontación y síntesis de sistemas espaciales” [The Congregation Process in the Southern Andes: Confrontation and Synthesis of Spatial Systems]. Revista de Historia Indígena 4 (1999), 75-101.

Alan Durston and Jorge Hidalgo L., “La presencia andina en los valles de Arica, siglos XVI-XVIII: casos de regeneración colonial de estructuras archipielágicas” [The Andean Presence in the Arica Valleys: Cases of Colonial Regeneration of Archipelago Structures]. Chungara Revista de Antropología Chilena 29/2 (1997): 249-273. Reprinted in Jorge Hidalgo (lead author) Historia andina en Chile, Editorial Universitaria (Santiago, Chile), 2004, p. 479-506.

“Un régimen urbanístico en la América hispana colonial - el trazado en damero durante los siglos XVI y XVII” [A Town-Planning Regime in Colonial Spanish America: The Grid Plan in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries]. Historia 28 (1994 [published in 1995]), 59-115.

Conference Proceedings

“Representación y poder en la catequesis andina, 1570-1610” [Representation and Power in Andean Catechesis, 1570-1610]. In Actas del IV Congreso Internacional de Etnohistoria, volume III: 73-98. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 1998.

Jorge Hidalgo L. and Alan Durston, “Reconstitución étnica colonial en la sierra de Arica: el cacicazgo de Codpa, 1650-1780” [Colonial Ethnic Reconstitution in the Arica Highlands: The Chiefdom of Codpa, 1650-1780]. In Actas del IV Congreso Internacional de Etnohistoria, volume II: 32-75. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 1998. Reprinted in Jorge Hidalgo L. (lead author) Historia andina en Chile, Editorial Universitaria (Santiago, Chile), 2004, p. 507-533.

Jorge Hidalgo L., Alan Durston, Viviana Briones, and Nelson Castro, “El cacicazgo de Tacna: un proceso de etnogénesis colonial, siglos XVI-XVIII” [The Chiefdom of Tacna: A Process of Colonial Ethnogenesis, Sixteenth through Eighteenth Centuries]. In Actas del XIV Congreso Nacional de Arqueología Chilena, 251-268. Sociedad Chilena de Arqueología y Museo Regional de Atacama, 1997. Reprinted in Jorge Hidalgo L. (lead author) Historia andina en Chile, Editorial Universitaria (Santiago, Chile), 2004, p. 535-553.

Conference Papers

“Escritura del quechua y sociedad regional: Ayacucho y Puno 1900-1950.” Programa de Estudios Andinos, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (Lima, Peru), August 19 2010.

“Ideologies and Politics of Language in Colonial Peru.” American Anthropological Association 108th Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA, December 2-6 2009.

“Quechua for Historians.” Indigenous Languages and Historical Interpretation. A Conference of the International Seminar on the History of the Atlantic World. Harvard University, March 28-29 2009.*

“Luis Jerónimo de Oré, OFM, and the Politics of Translation in Early Colonial Peru.” Guest Lecture, Toronto Renaissance and Reformation Colloquium, University of Toronto, January 28 2009.*

Participant (three short talks on Quechua), Symposium on History and Linguistics in the Andes, Institute for the Study of the Americas, University of London, September 15 2008.*

“Alphabetic Literacy in Quechua in Colonial Peru.” Codes in Conflict: New Formations in Early Modern Studies, Center for Early Modern Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison, February 29-March 1 2008.*

“Quechua and Nation-Building in the 19th-Century Andes.” Latin American Studies Luncheon Series, University of Toronto, November 28 2007.*

“Mundane Quechua Writing and Indigenous Literacy in Colonial Peru.” American Society for Ethnohistory Annual Meeting, Tulsa OK, November 10 2007.*

“The Inca Sovereign in the Christian Iconography of Colonial Cuzco.” Moving Worlds of the Baroque Conference, University of Toronto, October 13 2007.*

“Elite Perceptions and Uses of Quechua in Peru around Independence.” Imperial Decadence: A Roundtable on the Late Spanish Empire, University of Toronto, October 3 2007.*

“The Role of Inca Religious References in Christian Quechua Texts.” The Renaissance Society of America, Miami, March 22 2007.*

“Spanish Colonial Perceptions and Codifications of Quechua.” Guest Lecture, Department of Linguistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, September 28 2006.*

“The Syncretic Iconography of Early Christian Prayer in Quechua.” Guest Lecture, Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, September 22 2006.*

“The History of Quechua Literature and Literacy.” Expanding the “Ayllu:” A Workshop on Quechua Pedagogy and Dialectology, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, March 31 2006.*

“Native-Language Literacy in Colonial Peru.” Guest Lecture, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Georgetown University, December 2 2005.*

“Quechua Literacy among Native Andeans in Colonial Peru.” Andean Regional Workshop, Hesburgh Center for International Studies, University of Notre Dame, May 19 2005.*

“The Early Christian Literature in Quechua: Translation Practices, their Contexts, and Implications.” American Society for Ethnohistory Annual Meeting, Chicago, October 30 2004.

“Pastoral Media and Spaces in the Andean reducciones (Late 16th and Early 17th Centuries).” Working Group on the Early Church and European-Native Encounters in the New World, Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, April 20 2004.*

“Linguistic Uniformity versus Heterogeneity in Sixteenth-Century Missionary Translation into Quechua.” 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, November 22 2003.

“Linguistic Heterogeneity (Code Mixing) in Early Catholic Texts in Quechua.” Fifth Annual Michicagoan Conference in Linguistic Anthropology, University of Michigan, May 10 2003.

“Poética y ‘sincretismo’ en los himnos católicos en quechua del siglo XVII” [Poetics and “Syncretism” in Catholic Hymns in Quechua from the Seventeenth Century]. V Jornadas de Estudio sobre Pensamiento, Cultura y Sociedad Colonial, Instituto Riva-Agüero, Lima, 2001.

“El desarrollo del léxico pastoral en quechua” [The Development of the Pastoral Lexicon in Quechua]. V Coloquio Cronistas del Perú, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Lima, 2001.*

“El quechua pastoral: estrategias de análisis” [Pastoral Quechua: Analytical Strategies]. I Encuentro Anual de Humanidades, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, 2001.

“Abba pater yaya: el quechua católico y las trayectorias de la traducción colonial” [Abba Pater Yaya: Catholic Quechua and the Trajectories of Colonial Translation]. IV Jornadas de Estudio sobre Pensamiento, Sociedad y Cultura Colonial, Instituto Riva-Agüero, Lima, 2000.

“El proceso a la lengua en el Perú colonial (1550-1650)” [The Processing of Language in Colonial Peru (1550-1650)]. III Jornadas de Historia Andina del Norte de Chile, siglos XVI-XIX, Universidad de Valparaiso, 1999.

“Southern Peruvian Quechua Evidentiality (Grammar, Genre, and Colonial Translation).” First Annual Michicagoan Conference in Linguistic Anthropology, University of Michigan, 1999.

“Representación y poder en la catequesis andina, 1570-1610” [Representation and Power in Andean Catechesis, 1570-1610]. IV Congreso Internacional de Etnohistoria, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, June 23-27 1996.

Jorge Hidalgo L. and Alan Durston, “Reconstitución étnica colonial en la sierra de Arica: el cacicazgo de Codpa, 1650-1780” [Colonial Ethnic Reconstitution in the Arica Highlands: The Chiefdom of Codpa, 1650-1780]. IV Congreso Internacional de Etnohistoria, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, June 23-27 1996.

Alan Durston and Jorge Hidalgo L., “La presencia Andina en los valles de Arica” [The Andean Presence in the Arica Valleys]. II Congreso Chileno de Antropología, Valdivia (Chile), November 6-10 1995.

Alan Durston and Carlos Sanhueza, “El proceso reduccional en el sur andino” [The Congregation Process in the Southern Andes]. III Congreso Internacional de Etnohistoria, El Quisco (Chile), July 19-23 1993.

Book Reviews

Jaime Lara, Christian Texts for Aztecs: Art and Liturgy in Colonial Mexico (University of Notre Dame Press, 2008). The American Historical Review 114 (2009), 1508–1509.

Rebecca Earle, The Return of the Native: Indians and Myth-Making in Spanish America, 1810-1930 (Duke University Press, 2007). Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 34/67 (2009): 218-21.

Andrew Orta, Catechizing Culture. Missionaries, Aymara, and the “New Evangelization” (Columbia University Press, 2004). In Anthropological Quarterly 79:1 (2006), 179-182.

Sabine Hyland, The Jesuit and the Incas: The Extraordinary Life of Padre Blas Valera, SJ (University of Michigan Press, 2003). In Journal of Latin American Anthropology 10:2 (2005), 453-55.

Forthcoming

“Quechua Political Literature in Early Republican Peru (1821-1876).” Forthcoming in History and Language in the Andes, Paul Heggarty and Adrian Pearce eds., under contract to Palgrave Macmillan (Studies in the Americas series), publication expected in August 2010. 24-page ms.

“Standard Colonial Quechua.” Accepted to a volume on Iberian imperialism and language evolution in Latin America, Bruce Mannheim and Salikoko Mufwene eds., under consideration by the University of Chicago Press. 28-page ms.


Teaching:

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall/Winter 2014-2015 AP/HIST3736 6.0  Indigenous Struggles in the Andes LECT Course Website 

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Winter 2015 AP/HIST2721 3.0  Introduction to Latin American History LECT Course Website