1. 2013.  Advances in Titicaca Basin Archaeology II.  Edited by Alexei Vranich, and Abigail R. Levine.  Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press, Los Angeles.

  2. 2013.  Levine, Abigail, Charles Stanish, P. Ryan Williams, Cecilia Chávez, and Mark Golitko. Trade and Early State Formation in the Northern Titicaca Basin, Peru. Latin American Antiquity 24(3): 289-308.

  3. 2013.  Levine, Abigail and Charles Stanish.  The Importance of Multiple 14C Dates from Significant Archaeological Contexts.  Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory. doi: 10.1007/s10816-013-9177-4.

  4. 2012.  Levine, Abigail, Cecilia Chávez, Aimeé Plourde, Amanda Cohen, and Charles Stanish.  Emergent Complexity in the Northern Titicaca Basin.  In Arqueologia de la Cuenca del Titicaca, edited by L. Flores Blanco and H. Tantaleán.  Universidad de San Marcos, Lima.

  5. 2011.  Stanish, Charles and Abigail Levine.  War and early state formation in the northern Lake Titicaca Basin, PeruProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  Published online ahead of print July 25, 2011: doi: 10.1073/pnas.1110176108.

  6. 2011.  Levine, Abigail.  A case for local ceramic production in the Jequetepeque Valley during the Late Horizon.  In Advances in North Coast Archaeology: State and Empire in the Jequetepeque Valley, edited by Colleen M. Zori and Ilana Johnson, pp. 169-177.  British Archaeological Reports (BAR) International Series, Oxford.

Selected publications


Professional interests

  1. 1.evolution of human cooperation and complex societies; long-distance trade; warfare and conflict

  2. 2.ceramic analysis; geochemical characterization studies

  3. 3.Andes; specifically, the Lake Titicaca Basin and North Coast of Peru

Area A, Taraco, Peru