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Here are two great lectures on how Climate Change affected two great civilizations: The Maya and the peoples of the Pre-Columbian Andes.

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====>Right Click to Download "Climate Change and Violence? Part 1"



====>Right Click to Download "Climate Change and Violence? Part 2"



Climate Change and Violence? Cautionary Tales from the Pre-Columbian Andes

The seminar will take place on January 25, 2008, 4 to 5 PM, in 201 Old Chem Building, West Campus, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.

Dr. Arkush received her PhD at UCLA in 2005. Her research centers on the interplay of warfare, political power, social identity, and ritual in the prehispanic Andes. Her doctoral research focused on the later part of the prehispanic sequence after about A.D. 1000, when many small polities throughout the Andes were apparently engaged in cycles of endemic warfare. Fieldwork on a suite of fortified hilltop sites in the northern Lake Titicaca basin in Peru investigated the regional patterns that emerged from conflictual and cooperative social relationships. This study also examined the chronology of fortification to question current interpretations of the causes of intergroup violence at the time.

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Many thanks to the Adler Podcast for presenting this great information in their Global Climate Change Forum. Visit their site for more of the Climate Change presentations: http://www.adlerpodcast.com/GCCF/

====>Right Click to Download "The Maya and Climate Change"



June 4, 2006 - The Maya and Climate Change by Dr. Tom Sever, NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center







 






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