Ann Hudson Peters

Ann Peters

Ann H Peters is an anthropological archaeologist specializing in the study of the relationship between the living and the dead based on the record of mortuary practices about 2000 years ago at the Paracas Necropolis - a site on the Pacific coast of the central Andes, in what is today Peru. Puede comunicar también en Castellano.Read Full

Research support

We wish to thank the institutions who support our work:

The National Science Foundation – Archaeology Division, for support for the project Practices in life, presence after death: Style and substance at the Paracas Necropolis.

The Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology of the University of Pennsylvania, where Ann H. Peters holds the position of Consulting Scholar

Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Foundation, for a Fellowship in Pre-Columbian Studies (2006-7) and Project Grant (2006) for restoration and conservation of contextual data for artifacts fashioned from organic materials, excavated from 1925-1929 at the Paracas site by a team directed by Dr. Julio Cesar Tello, founder of the Museo Nacional de Antropología, Arqueología e Hstória del Perú.

Cornell University Latin American Studies Program, for two appointments as Visiting Scholar in 2002 and 2008.

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