Experience my work through different mediums designed to engage different and diverse publics:
a podcast, map, booklet, public talk, newsletter articles, image galleries, videos, drone footage, research posters and academic presentations.
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An overview of my predoctoral research on Chachapoya mortuary landscapes and architecture outlined for the Chicago Archaeological Society's March 2022 newsletter.
A newsletter article titled "Insights into Chachapoya Tourism, Heritage and Online Engagement", published with the SAA's Heritage Values Interest Group in November 2020.
Abstract & flyer of a talk "Deconstructing Colonial Discourse in Eco-Archaeology Tourism within the Chachapoya Region, Peru" presented at the Latin American & Caribbean Studies Graduate Student Workshop, 03.2022.
A poster presented virtually at Peru's Ministry of Culture 7th Congreso Nacional de Arqueologia, titled "LA DIVERSIDAD DE LOS PAISAJES MORTUORIOS EN LA REGIÓN CHACHAPOYA, PERÚ".
A talk presented at the 2019-2020 CNAIR Fellows Brown Bag event, titled "Towards a Community Engaged Landscape Archaeology of the Chachapoya Past: Preliminary Results"
A feature of my position as a Latinx archaeologist and scholar, in the Comunidad Latinx series #SomosNorthwestern, in 2020.
A talk presented at Boston University's Archaeology Program event titled "Indigenous Archaeology and Community Engaged Research in the Americas" on November 13, 2020.
A Spanish pamphlet explaining archaeology and introducing myself to local community members, especially secondary school students and guides, in Leymebamba, in 2019.
Booklet: Bilingual Trekking Guide
A first draft of a Spanish-English Bilingual Trekking Guide using maps created from archaeological surveys. Designed for local guides to explain trips in the Leymebamba area. Contact me to request a copy.
Showcasing how local collaborators and I conduct archaeological excavations and surveys.
Showcasing some of the archaeological sites visited over five field seasons across the Andes.
Drone footage taken during archaeological surveys in 2019, showcasing Chachapoya landscapes.