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Ana Cecilia Mauricio

Ph.D. Candidate

Ana Cecilia Mauricio

Contact Information

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ana.mauricio@maine.edu
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Biosketch

My field of study is primarily focused on pre-Columbian complex societies on the Peruvian coast. My research interest is focused on human-envieroment interactions in pre- Columbian sociesties and the role of environmental studies within archaeological researches. I am particularly interested in how environment and climate affected human agency and vice versa. My proffesional experience include the study of the sociopolitical organization of the Moche and Lima societies. My archaeological work in elite sites is combined with analyses from the household perspective as well as from small settlements looking to understand how common people were related to elites and regional centers. 

Publications

  • Mauricio, Ana Cecilia, 2009.Portachuelo de Charcape. Rethinking the Mochica warfare in the lower Jequetepeque Valley. Paper presented in the Society for American Archaeology 74th Annual Meeting. Atlanta April 2009
  • Mauricio, Ana Cecilia, 2008. Power and Prestige in the Late Mochica Society at the Lower Jequetepeque Valley. An Approach from Portacuelo de Charcape Archaeological Site. In: Magazine of The Archaeology, Anthropology and History Museum of Universidad Nacional de Trujillo. Vol 9. Trujillo.
  • Mauricio, Ana Cecilia, 2006. Typology of Funerary Vessels of San Jose de Moro. Middle and Late Mochica Periods. In: Informe de Excavación 2006. Proyecto Arqueológico San José de Moro. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Luis Jaime Castillo, editor. Lima

Grants

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  • 2009 to 2011 — Fulbright Exchange Program from Fulbright Commission

Additional Grants

  • 2010 — Dan and Betty Churchill Expedition Fund
  • 2010 — Fulbright Summer Research 2010 from Fulbright Commission
  • 2010 — Graduate Student Government Grant Fall 2010 from University of Maine
  • 2010 — Graduate Student Government Grant Spring 2010 from University of Maine
  • 2012 to 2013 — National Geographic Society-Waitt Grant from National Geographic Society
  • 2013 to 2013 — Beca Andina de Investigacion from French Institute of Andean Studies

Education

B. A. Universidad Nacional de Trujillo, Peru

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