National Museum of the American Indian
Wednesday, December 9, 2009, 10:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Focusing on the magnificent road network that the Inka developed more than five hundred years ago, this symposium features illustrated lectures by noted scholars, including Gary Urton, Roberto Bárcena, Victoria Castro, José Pino, Monica Bolaños, and Mauricio Uribe. Co-sponsored by the Inter-American Development Bank Cultural Center.
Traducción simultánea ~ Simultaneous Spanish/English translation
2-Day Symposium: Surveying Andean Legacy: Archaeological Research along the Inka Road System
ONE-TIME EVENTS (simultaneous Spanish/English translation) Focusing on the Qhapaq ñan, the magnificent road network developed by the Inka more than five hundred years ago, this symposium features illustrated lectures by noted scholars Gary Urton (USA), Roberto Bárcena (Argentina), Mónica Bolaños (Ecuador), Victoria Castro (Chile), Mauricio Uribe (Chile), Alexei Vranich (USA), José Berenguer (Chile), Sergio Martin (Argentina), Christian Vitry (Argentina), Edmundo de la Vega (Perú), José María López Bejarano (Bolivia), José Pino (Perú), and Donato Amado (Perú). Categories: Lectures & Discussions. Sponsor: American Indian Museum. Co-sponsor: Inter-American Development Bank Cultural Center. Event Location: Inter-American Development Bank Cultural Center, 1330 New York Ave. NW. Cost: Free; first come, first served Note: Photo ID required. Continues: Dec. 9 at the American Indian Museum. Tuesday, December 8, 2009, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM.
Información sobre estudios Inkas en: CHUNGARA