A Culinary History of Collapse, Conquest, and Cultural Identity in Ancient Perú

University of Louisville Center for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage (CACHe) 1606 Rowan Street, Louisville, KY

How do archaeologists use food to tell the story of the past? Archaeologist Robyn Cutright (Centre College) addresses this question in our next talk! ​Between 650-1450 CE, residents of the Jequetepeque Valley of northern coastal Perú experienced several large-scale sociopolitical disruptions, including the collapse of the Moche polity, the transition to the subsequent Lambayeque period […]