Farming during the Auca Runa: Agricultural Strategies and Terraces during the Peruvian Late Intermediate Period (A.D. 1100-1450) Altiplano, Peru

BrieAnna Langlie

BrieAnna Langlie is a PhD Candidate interested in the development and long-term sustainability of agricultural systems in the Peruvian Andes. For her dissertation she is studying how terraced fields, cropping schemes, and foodways were adapted to warfare and climate oscillations for a large community living in the hinterlands near Lake Titicaca between AD 1100 and 1450.  She is also involved in ongoing collaborative research on pre-domestication cultivation and domestication of quinoa, potatoes, and other Andean crops.