Donald Proulx: Courses and Publications


COURSES TAUGHT
Anth. 102 Introduction to Archaeology and Prehistory Fall, 2001
Anth. 375 South American Archaeology Fall, 2001
Anth. 376 South American Ethnology
Anth. 150 Ancient Civilizations Spring, 2002
Anth. 377 Andean Archaeology and Ethnohistory Spring 2002
Anth. 625 Problems in Andean Archaeology
Anth. 255 Pre-Industrial Technology
LAS 397 Latin American Studies Seminar
Coll 12 The World Columbus Found: Pre-Columbian Cultures of the Americas
Anth. 697 Seminar on Archaeological Ceramics


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS:

LOCAL DIFFERENCES AND TIME DIFFERENCES IN NASCA POTTERY University of California Publications in Anthropology,, No. 5. Berkeley: University of California Press. 180 pages, 5 appendices, 2 maps, 2 tables 20 figures and 31 plates. 1968a

AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF THE NEPEÑA VALLEY, PERU Research Report Number 2, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 245 pages, 20 plans, 20 figures, and 21plates. 1968b

NASCA GRAVELOTS IN THE UHLE COLLECTION FROM THE ICA VALLEY, PERU. Research Report Number 5, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 136 pages, 2maps, 2 charts, 1 figure and 33 plates. 1970

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS IN THE NEPEÑA VALLEY, PERU Research Report Number 13, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 292 pages, 46 figures and 30 plates. 1973

AN ANALYSIS OF THE EARLY CULTURAL SEQUENCE IN THE NEPEÑA VALLEY, PERU. Research Report Number 25, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 359 pages, 6maps, 24 figures and 18 plates. 1985

NASCA CERAMIC ICONOGRAPHY. 520 page manuscript under development

THE NASCA (with Helaine Silverman) Cambridge (MA) and Oxford (UK): Blackwell Publishers, 2001



ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS;

"Headhunting in Ancient Peru," Archaeology 24(1):16-21. 1971

"Territorality in the Early Intermediate Period: The Case of Moche and Recuay," Ñawpa Pacha 20:83-96. Berkeley: Institute of Andean Studies. 1982 .

"The Nasca Style," in Art of the Andes: Pre-Columbian Sculptured and Painted Ceramics from the Arthur M. Sackler Collections, edited by Lois Katz, pp. 87-106. 1983aWashington: The Arthur M. Sackler Foundation and the AMS Foundation for the Arts, Sciences and Humanities. 1983a

"Tiahuanaco and Huari," in Art of the Andes: Pre-Columbian Sculptured and Painted Ceramics from the Arthur M. Sackler Collections, edited by Lois Katz, pp. 107-114.Washington: The Arthur M. Sackler Foundation and the AMS Foundation for the Arts, Sciences and Humanities. 1983b

"Nasca Trophy Heads: Victims of Warfare or Ritual Sacrifice?" in Cultures in Conflict: CurrentArchaeological Perspectives, edited by Diana C. Tkaczuk and Brian C.Vivian, pp. 73-85. Proceedings of the 20th Annual Chacmool Conference, University of Calgary. Calgary: The Archaeological Association of the University of Calgary. 1989a

"A Thematic Approach to NascaMythical Iconography," Faenza, Bollettino del Museo Internazionaledelle Ceramiche di Faenza, Anno LXXV, Fascicolo 4-6, Pp.141-158 and Plates XXIII to XXXI. Faenza (Italy). 1989b

"L'Iconographie Nasca"(Nasca Iconography), in Inca -Perú: 3000 Ans d'Histoire, edited by Sergio Purin, Pp. 38 4-399. Ghent (Belgium): Imschoot, uitgevers.1990

"The Nepeña Valley Survey: A Retrospective View," in Ela' Qua: Essays in Honor of Richard B.Woodbury, edited by Dorothy Krass, R. Brooke Thomas and Joh n W. Cole, Pp. 225-236. Department of Anthropology Research Reports, No. 28.Amherst: Departme nt of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts. 1993

"Stylistic Variation in Proliferous Nasca Pottery," in Andean Past 4:91-107. 1994

"Nasca", in Andean Art at Dumbarton Oaks, edited by Elizabeth Hill Boone, Pp. 107-122.Washington: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collections.1996

"Die-Nasca Kultur - Ein Uberblick" (The Nasca Culture: An Introduction) in Nasca:Geheimnisvolle Zeichen im Alten Peru, edited by Judith Rickenbach, Pp. 59-77. Zurich: Museum Rietberg, Zurich 1999

"Kopfjagd und rituelle Verwendung von Tropaenkopfen in der Nasca-Kultur"(Headhunting and Ritual use of Trophy Heads in the Nasca Culture) in Nasca:Geheimnisvolle Zeichen im Alten Peru, edited by Judith Rickenbach, Pp. 79-87. Zurich: Museum Rietberg Zurich. 1999

"Puquios--das Bewasserungsystem zur Zeit der Nasca-Kultur" (Puquios--The System of irrigation in Nasca times) in Nasca:Geheimnisvolle Zeichen im Alten Peru, edited by Judith Rickenbach, Pp. 89-96. Zurich: Museum Rietberg Zurich. 1999

"Nasca Iconography: An Overview," The Studio Potter 29(1):36-43.l December 2000

"The Ritual use of trophy heads in Ancient Nasca Society," in Ritual Sacrifice in Ancient Peru, edited by Elizabeth Benson and Anita Cook, Pp. 119-136. Austin: University of Texas Press. 2001

"Beneath the Lines: A New Interpretation of the Nasca Geoglyphs (with David Johnson and Stephen Mabee). Discovering Archaeology, Summer 2001


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