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Sociology & Anthropology

Research- Dr. Matthew Sayre

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2017Social Perspectives on Ancient Lives from Paleoethnobotanical Data, Matthew Sayre and Maria Bruno (eds.), Springer Press.

Articles and Book Chapters

In pressLa Mattina, Nicco and Matthew Sayre. “Analogism at Chavín de Huántar.” In Henry Tantalean, and Maria Cecilia Lozada, eds. Andean Ontologies: New Perspectives From Archaeology, Ethnohistory and Bioarchaeology.” University of Colorado Press.
2018“The Historicity of the ‘Early Horizon.” In Edward Swenson and Andrew Roddick, eds. Constructions of Time and History in the Pre-Columbian Andes. University of Colorado Press.
2018“A Synonym for Sacred: Vilca Use in the pre-Conquest Andes.” In Scott Fitzpatrick, ed. Psychoactive Substances in Ancient Societies. University of Florida Press.
2017Jarchow, Meghann, Paul Formisano, Shane Nordycke, and Matthew Sayre. “Student Learning Outcomes in Sustainability Education: Developing and Testing a Framework.” International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education.

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2017Sayre, Matthew, Tammy Stenner and Alejandro Argumedo.“You can’t grow Potatoes in the Sky: Agriculture and Climate Change in Andean Peru.” Culture, Agriculture, Food, and Environment 39, no. 2:100-108. Special edition edited by K. LaFrenz Samuels.
2017Mayer, A., Sayre, M., & Jennings, J. Coming Together to Toast and Feed the Dead in the Cotahuasi Valley of Peru. Ethnobiology Letters, 8(1), 46–53.

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2017Bruno, Maria and Matthew Sayre. “Social Paleoethnobotany: New contributions to Archaeological Theory and Practice.” In Matthew Sayre and Maria Bruno, eds. Social Perspectives on Environmental Archaeology. Springer Press.
2017Matthew Sayre and William Whitehead. “Plant Use and the Separation of Ritual and Domestic Space at Conchopata, Peru: A Middle Horizon Site.” In Matthew Sayre and Maria Bruno, eds. Social Perspectives on Environmental Archaeology. Springer Press.
2016Rosenfeld, Silvana A., and Matthew P. Sayre. "Llamas on the Land: Production and Consumption of Meat at Chavín de Huántar, Peru." Latin American Antiquity 27, no. 4: 497-511.
2016"Digital Archaeology in the Rural Andes: Problems and Prospects." In Averett, Erin Walcek, Jody Michael Gordon, and Derek B. Counts. Mobilizing the Past for a Digital Future: The Potential of Digital Archaeology.
2016Sayre, Matthew P., Melanie J. Miller, and Silvana A. Rosenfeld. "Isotopic evidence for the trade and production of exotic marine mammal bone artifacts at Chavín de Huántar, Peru." Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 8, no. 2 (2016): 403-417.
2015Sayre, Matthew, Asunción Cano, and Huber Trinidad. "Cultural Heritage, Tourism, and Site Sustainability at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Chavín de Huántar." International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic & Social Sustainability: Annual Review 11: 47-55.
2014“Ceremonial plants in the Andean region.” In Chevalier, Alexandre, Elena Marinova, and Leonor Peña-Chocarro, eds. Plants and People: Choices and Diversity Through Time. Vol. 1. Oxbow books.
2012"An Andean Domesticate adapts to climate change." In Proceedings of the South Dakota Academy of Science, vol. 91: 25-32.
2012Sayre, Matthew, David Goldstein, William Whitehead, and Patrick Williams. "A Marked Preference: Chicha de Molle and Huari State Consumption Practices." Ñawpa Pacha 32, no. 2: 231-258.
2011Cane, Rachel, Rob Cuthrell, Matthew Sayre, Kathryn Soluri, and Christine Hastorf. Building 3’s life through plant use: The macrobotanical evidence of Neolithic dwelling from the Berkeley Archaeology at Çatalhöyük (BACH) excavation 1997-2003. In Tringham, Ruth and Melania Stevanovich, eds. House Lives: Building, Inhabiting, Excavating a House at Çatalhöyük, Turkey Reports from the BACH Area, Çatalhöyük, 1997-2003. pp. 269-295. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research / British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara, Cambridge, UK.
2011Rick, John W., Christian Mesia, Daniel A. Contreras, Silvia R. Kembel, Rosa M. Rick, Matthew Sayre, and John Wolf. "La cronología de Chavín de Huántar y sus implicancias para el Periodo Formativo." Boletín de Arqueología PUCP 13:87-132.
2010Sayre, M. P., and N. L. Aldave Lopez. "Exchange at Chavin de Huantar: insights from shell data." Andean Past 9: 340-345.
2009"Chronicling Indigenous Accounts of the ‘Rise of Agriculture’ in the Americas." In Denham, Timothy P., José Iriarte, and Luc Vrydaghs, eds. Rethinking agriculture: archaeological and ethnoarchaeological perspectives: 231-242.

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