Archaeologists co-author chapter on ancient Peruvian architecture

G&A professor David Chicoine and LSU alumnus Jacob Warner (PhD, G&A, 2021) co-authored "Gathering Salinar Houses: Platforms-as-Assemblages in Ancient Coastal Peru" for the volume From House Societies to States: Early Political Organization, from Antiquity to the Middle Ages edited by Juan Carlos Moreno García (2022, Oxbow Books).  The chapter applies assemblage theory to the analysis of the construction and renovation of raised platforms by groups associated with Salinar, an archaeological phenomenon that emerged in several valleys of the north coast of Peru following the dissolution of the Chavín and Cupisnique influences around 500 BCE. Congratulations!