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HD-229071-15
Deep Mapping the Reducción: Building a Platform for Spatial Humanities Collaboration on the General Resettlement of Indians
Steven Wernke, Vanderbilt University

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LOGAR: Linked Open Gazetteer of the Andean Region (Web Resource)
Title: LOGAR: Linked Open Gazetteer of the Andean Region
Author: Steven A. Wernke
Author: Jeremy Mumford
Abstract: LOGAR is a geographical index and map of places relevant to Andean studies. It focuses initially on the towns established during the mass colonial resettlement program known as the Reducción General de Indios (General Resettlement of Indians) of the Viceroy Francisco de Toledo. The Reducción forcibly resettled approximately 1.4 million native Andeans into over 1,000 reducción (literally, “reduction”) towns. Reducciones were founded (at least nominally) during the Visita General (Toledo’s tour of inspection and resettlement) between 1570 and 1575. The scope of LOGAR is initially limited to the area under most direct jurisdictional control of Viceroy Toledo—specifically, the audiencias of Lima and Charcas. LOGAR will be continuously updated by edited contributions by scholars of Andean history in various countries, who have expressed interest in having a tool and repository such as LOGAR.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://logarandes.org

GeoPACHA: Geospatial Platform for Andean Colonial History, Culture, and Archaeology (Web Resource)
Title: GeoPACHA: Geospatial Platform for Andean Colonial History, Culture, and Archaeology
Author: Steven Arlyn Wernke
Author: Jeremy Mumford
Abstract: GeoPACHA (Geospatial Platform for Andean Culture, History and Archaeology) is a browser-based, edited geospatial platform for discovering and mapping archaeological sites in the Andean region of South America. It is designed to facilitate the identification of archaeological sites through “virtual survey” of satellite and aerial imagery and consists of a simple browser-based interface that enables users to visually scan imagery and plot the locations of archaeological sites to a central GIS database using point themes. GeoPACHA also enables the registry of attribute data with site locations via form-based data entry. A grid-based system tracks coverage and sites are recorded.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://geopacha.cast.uark.edu/

Bound together, torn apart: a spatial archaeology and microhistory of forced resettlement in the colonial Andes (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Bound together, torn apart: a spatial archaeology and microhistory of forced resettlement in the colonial Andes
Author: Steven Wernke
Abstract: Keynote lecture, 57th Annual Meeting of the Institute of Andean Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Date: 7/1/2017
Primary URL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bx6OoayV6rpVLXdLRU5lVjVrUXc/view
Primary URL Description: Video of the lecture
Conference Name: Institute of Andean Studies 57th Annual Meeting

Deep Mapping the Reducción: Building Digital Humanities Collaborative Tools for Mapping the General Resettlement of Indians in the Viceroyalty of Peru (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Deep Mapping the Reducción: Building Digital Humanities Collaborative Tools for Mapping the General Resettlement of Indians in the Viceroyalty of Peru
Author: Steven A. Wernke
Author: Jeremy Mumford
Abstract: Invited lecture presented at the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan.
Date: 1/1/2016
Conference Name: Research Institute for Humanity and Nature


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