Inka Rocks & Roads: A Visual Culture of Connectivity

Carolyn Dean
Professor of History of Art and Visual Culture
University of California, Santa Cruz

Drawing on her research of Inka material and performance culture both before and after the Spanish Invasion of the Andes. Dean’s work focuses on Inka stonework and its significance given the Andean understanding of rock as sentient and potentially animate.

Sponsored by the UCR Center for Ideas & Society and the Departments of Anthropology and Art History.

Wednesday, February 27 at 4:30pm to 6:00pm

College Building South, 114

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Lectures & Presentations

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http://ideasandsociety.ucr.edu

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Center for Ideas & Society
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