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José Mariano Capriles Flores

Assistant Professor

Pennsylvania State University

University Park, Estados Unidos

Líneas de Investigación


I am anthropological archaeologist specializing in environmental archaeology, human ecology and zooarchaeology of the south central Andes.

Educación

  •  Anthropology, Washington University in St. Louis. Estados Unidos, 2011
  •  Licenciatura, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés. Bolivia, 2004
  •  Arqueólogo, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés. Bolivia, 2004
  •  Anthropology, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS. Estados Unidos, 2006

Experiencia Académica

  •   Visiting Scholar Full Time

    UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH

    Pittsburgh, Estados Unidos

    2012 - 2013

  •   Investigador Postdoctoral Full Time

    UNIVERSIDAD DE TARAPACA

    Arica, Chile

    2013 - 2015

  •   Profesor Asistente Full Time

    UNIVERSIDAD DE TARAPACA

    Facultad de Ciencias Sociales y Jurídicas

    Arica, Chile

    2015 - 2016

  •   Assistant Professor Full Time

    PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY

    University Park, Estados Unidos

    2016 - A la fecha

Experiencia Profesional

  •   Research Postdoc Full Time

    Universidad de Tarapacá

    Arica, Chile

    2013 - A la fecha


 

Article (30)

Persistent Early to Middle Holocene tropical foraging in southwestern Amazonia
IntCal, SHCal, or a Mixed Curve? Choosing a 14C Calibration Curve for Archaeological and Paleoenvironmental Records from Tropical South America
Late Pleistocene Lithic Procurement and Geochemical Characterization of the Cerro Kaskio Obsidian Source in South-western Bolivia
Mobility, subsistence, and technological strategies of early Holocene hunter-gatherers in the Bolivian Altiplano
Continuities and discontinuities in the socio-environmental systems of the Atacama Desert during the last 13,000 years
Hunter-Gatherer Mobility Strategies in the High Andes of Northern Chile during the Late Pleistocene-Early Holocene Transition (ca. 11,500-9500 CAL BP)
Mitochondrial DNA haplogroup variation of contemporary mixed South Americans reveals prehistoric displacements linked to archaeologically-derived culture history
POLLINATION ECOLOGY OF POLYLEPIS TOMENTELLA (ROSACEAE), AN ANDEAN ANEMOPHILOUS TREE PRESENTING A POTENTIAL FLORAL FUNGAL INFECTION
The Dry Puna as an ecological megapatch and the peopling of South America: Technology, mobility, and the development of a late Pleistocene/early Holocene Andean hunter-gatherer tradition in northern Chile
High-altitude adaptation and late Pleistocene foraging in the Bolivian Andes
Palaeo-geoecological significance of Pleistocene trees in the Lluta Valley, Atacama Desert
Análisis tecno-tipológico de instrumentos líticos del sitio Arcaico Temprano Ipilla 2 en los Andes de Arica, Chile
Consumption of animals beyond diet in the Atacama Desert, northern Chile (13,000-410 BP): Comparing rock art motifs and archaeofaunal records
Techno-typological analysis of lithic tools from ipilla 2 an early archaic site in the andes of arica, Chile [Análisis tecno-tipológico de instrumentos líticos del sitio arcaico temprano ipilla 2 en los andes de arica, Chile]
ABOUT HUMAN SETTLEMENT IN THE SOUTH-CENTRAL ANDES AND ITS RELATION TO THE AMAZONIAN REGION
About human settlement in the South-Central andes and its relation to the Amazonian region [En torno al poblamiento de los andes sur-centrales y su vinculación con la Amazonia]
Evaluating the roles of directed breeding and gene flow in animal domestication
Fishing and environmental change during the emergence of social complexity in the Lake Titicaca Basin
Local Management of Andean Wetlands in Sajama National Park, Bolivia
MOBILE COMMUNITIES AND PASTORALIST LANDSCAPES DURING THE FORMATIVE PERIOD IN THE CENTRAL ALTIPLANO OF BOLIVIA
Small-scale Farming and Grazing Reduce Regeneration of Polylepis tomentella (Rosaceae) in the Semiarid Andes of Bolivia
Transformations in ritual practice and social interaction on the Tiwanaku periphery
The earliest human occupations in Bolivia: a review of the archaeological evidence
Early and middle Holocene hunter-gatherer occupations in Western Amazonia: the hidden shell middens
Tecnología lítica y estrategias de subsistencia durante los períodos Arcaico y Formativo en el altiplano central, Bolivia
The Paleoamerican occupation of Cueva Bautista: late-Pleistocene human evidence from the Bolivian highlands
The fish of Lake Titicaca: implications for archaeology and changing ecology through stable isotope analysis
Allometry and effects of extreme elevation on growth velocity of the Andean tree Polylepis tarapacana Philippi (Rosaceae)
Fish remains from the Formative Period (1000 BC–AD 400) of Lake Titicaca, Bolivia: Zooarchaeology and taphonomy
Harsh environments and the terminal Pleistocene peopling of the Andean highlands

Editorial (1)

A WORLDWIDE NETWORK FOR COMPARATIVE STUDIES ON CARAVANS: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

Note (1)

Harsh environments and the terminal pleistocene peopling of the andean highlands
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José Capriles

Assistant Professor

Department of Anthropology

Pennsylvania State University

University Park, Estados Unidos

9
Calogero Santoro

Full professor

UNIVERSIDAD DE TARAPACÁ

Arica, Chile

4
Eugenia Gayo

Associated Researcher

Center for Climate and the Resilience Research (CR)2

Concepción, Chile

3
Daniela Valenzuela

Assistant Professor

Anthropology

UNIVERSIDAD DE TARAPACA

Arica, Chile

3
Claudio Latorre

Full Professor

Ecology

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

2
Ricardo De Pol

Investigador Asociado

UNIVERSIDAD DE Magallanes

Punta Arenas, Chile

1
Antonio Maldonado

Researcher

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CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS AVANZADOS EN ZONAS ARIDAS

La Serena, Chile

1
Marcela Sepulveda

Académica

Escuela de Antropología

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Santiago, Chile

1
VIRGINIA MCROSTIE

Profesor Asistente

Antropologia

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Santiago, Chile