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by Juan V. Albarracin-Jordan
A sweeping consideration of the formation of the prehispanic state-level society centered at Tiwanaku in Bolivia. This classic issue in social theory is approached from a theoretical perspective structured around the principles of segmentary organization and the particular characteristics of prehispanic Andean institutions. More than just a description of Tiwanaku as a ceremonial center, this volume considers the history of social thought about Tiwanaku; the geographic context in which it emerged; the social, political, and economic organization it developed; and what became of it in Colonial and Republican times. In Spanish.
Published by Fundación Bartolomé de las Casas (La Paz), 2007. 236 pp. No ISBN.
$30.00 (shipping included). Order code UC088.