Publications

MANY OF MY HERITAGE-FOCUSED PUBLICATIONS ARE ON ACADEMIA.EDU
https://illinois.academia.edu/HelaineSilverman

BELOW ARE THE BOOK COVERS OF MY AUTHORED, CO-AUTHORED, EDITED AND CO-EDITED VOLUMES. THESE AND MY OTHER PRINCIPAL PUBLICATIONS APPEAR BELOW THE BOOK COVERS IN STANDARD REFERENCE FORM.
I HAVE A DUAL CAREER SO THERE ARE  PUBLICATIONS IN ANDEAN ARCHAEOLOGY AND PUBLICATIONS IN CRITICAL HERITAGE STUDIES.

                                        

BOOKS AUTHORED

2002   Ancient Nasca Settlement and Society. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City.

2002   The Nasca. By Helaine Silverman and Donald A. Proulx. Blackwell Publishers,  Oxford.

1996   Ancient Peruvian Art. An Annotated Bibliography. G. K. Hall/Simon & Schuster Macmillan, New York.

1993  Cahuachi in the Ancient Nasca World. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City.

BOOKS EDITED

2018   Heritage of Death: Landscapes of Emotion, Memory, and Practice, edited by Mattias Frihammar and Helaine Silverman. Routledge, London.

2017  Heritage in Action. Making the Past in the Present, edited by Helaine Silverman, Emma Waterton and Steve Watson. Springer, New York.

2015  Encounters With Popular Pasts. Heritage and Popular Culture, edited by Mike Robinson and Helaine Silverman. Springer, New York.

2013   Cultural Heritage Politics in China, edited by Tami Blumenfield and Helaine Silverman. Springer, New York.

2011   Contested Cultural Heritage: Religion, Nationalism, Erasure and Exclusion in a Global World, edited by Helaine Silverman. Springer, New York.

2009  Intangible Heritage Embodied, edited by D. Fairchild Ruggles and Helaine Silverman. Springer, New York.

2008   Handbook of South American Archaeology, edited by Helaine Silverman and William H. Isbell. Springer, New York.

2007   Cultural Heritage and Human Rights, edited by Helaine Silverman and Fairchild Ruggles. Springer, New York.

2006   Archaeological Site Museums in Latin America, edited by Helaine Silverman. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

2006   Andean Archaeology III: North and South, edited by William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman. Springer, New York.

2005   Anthropology and Humanism, volume 30, number 2, themed issue: “Performance, Tourism and Ethnographic Practice: An Exploration of the Work of Edward M. Bruner.” Edited by Helaine Silverman.

2004   Andean Archaeology, edited by Helaine Silverman. Blackwell Global Archaeology Series. Blackwell, Oxford.

2002   Andean Archaeology II: Art, Landscape, and Society, edited by Helaine Silverman and William H. Isbell. Plenum/Kluwer, New York.

2002   Andean Archaeology I: Variations in Sociopolitical Organization, edited by William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman. Plenum/Kluwer, New York.

2002  The Space and Place of Death, edited by Helaine Silverman and David B. Small. Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association, Number 11. Washington, D.C.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

2020   The Inca in the Plaza. Debating Change in the World Heritage Historic Urban Center of Cusco, Peru. International Journal of Heritage Studies 26 (11): 1-17.

2017  Managing the Past, Engaging the Present: An Interview with Douglas C. Comer, President, ICAHM. American Anthropologist119(1):122-125. “World Anthropologies” special section on cultural heritage management, edited by Helaine Silverman.

2015   The Measurement by Airborne Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) of Disturbance within the Nasca World Heritage Site. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites17(3):270-286. (by Bruce D. Chapman, Douglas C. Comer, Johny A. Isla and Helaine Silverman)

2013   What’s In A Name? A Geography of HeritageRevisited.  International Journal of Heritage Studies19(4): 388-394.

2012   Contesting Archaeological Tourism in Phimai, Thailand. Anthropology News, volume 53, no. 8, October, pp. 35-36.

2011   Epilogue: Perspectives on Community Archaeology. In Archaeologies of Engagement, Representation, and Identity, edited by Paul A. Shackel and David Gadsby. Themed issue ofHistorical Archaeology, volume 45, number 1, pp. 152-166.

2011   Border Wars: The Ongoing Temple Dispute Between Thailand and Cambodia and UNESCO’s World Heritage List. International Journal of Heritage Studies17(1):1-21.

2008  Mayor Daniel Estrada and the Plaza de Armas of Cuzco, Peru. Heritage Management1(2): 181-218.

2006   Cultural Resource Management and Heritage Stewardship in Peru. CRM: The Journal of Heritage Stewardship3 (2): 57-72.

2006   CA* comment on “Crucible of Andean Civilization: The Peruvian Coast from 3000-1800 BC” (by Jonathan Haas and Winifred Creamer). Current Anthropology47 (5): 762-763.

2005  Embodied Heritage, Identity Politics and Tourism. Anthropology and Humanism30 (2): 141-155.

2005  Introduction: Performance, Tourism, and Ethnographic Practice: An Exploration of the Work of Edward M. Bruner. Anthropology and Humanism30 (2): 113-115.

2005   Two Museums, Two Visions: Representing Cultural Heritage in Cusco, Peru. The SAA Archaeological Record5 (3): 29-32.

2004  Subverting the venue: a critical exhibition of pre-Columbian objects at Krannert Art Museum. American Anthropologist106 (4): 732-738.

2004   Museos y patrimonio cultural en la ciudad del Cusco. Crónicas Urbanas. Año IX, Número 9-10, pp. 181-189. Centro Guman Poma de Ayala, Cusco.

2002   Touring ancient times: the present and presented past in contemporary Peru. American Anthropologist104 (3): 881-902.

2002   Groovin’ to ancient Peru: a critical analysis of Disney’s “The Emperor’s New Groove.” Journal of Social Archaeology2 (3): 298-322.

2002   Heritage Tourism and Public Archaeology. By Teresa L. Hoffman, Mary L. Kwas and Helaine Silverman. The SAA Archaeological Record2 (2): 30-32, 44

2000   Peru’s present and future. In Society for Latin American Anthropology column, Anthropology News, April, pp. 71-72. (American Anthropological Association)

1999   Archaeology and the 1997 Peruvian hostage crisis. Anthropology Today15 (1): 9-13.

1997   The first field season of excavations at the Alto del Molino site, Pisco Valley, Peru. Journal of Field Archaeology24 (4): 441-457.

1997   Anthropologist as film star. Anthropology Newsletter38 (6): 40-41. (American Anthropological Association)

1996   The Formative Period on the South Coast of Peru: A Critical Review. Journal of World Prehistory 10 (2): 95-146.

1995  Recent archaeological investigations on the south coast of Peru: critique and prospects. Journal of the Steward Anthropological Society23 (1-2): 13-42.

1994   The archaeological identification of an ancient Peruvian pilgrimage center. World Archaeology26 (1): 1-18.

1994   Paracas in Nazca: New data on the Early Horizon occupation of the Río Grande de Nazca Drainage, Peru. Latin American Antiquity5 (4): 359-382.

1993   Patrones de asentamiento en el valle de Ingenio, cuenca del Río Grande de Nazca: una propuesta preliminar. Gaceta Arqueológica Andina23: 103-124.

1993   A cache of 48 Nasca trophy heads from Cerro Carapo, Peru. By David M. Browne, Helaine Silverman, and Rubén García.  Latin American Antiquity4 (3): 274-294.

1993   Who Owns the Past? The Potential Privatization of Archaeology in Peru. Public Archaeology Review1(1): 1, 7.

1992   Estudio de los patrones de asentamiento y reconstrucción de la antigua sociedad Nasca. Boletín de Lima82: 33-44.

1992   Sobre la antiguedad de los geoglifos de Nazca: observaciones a Clarkson y Dorn. Boletín de Lima83: 5-9.

1992   Hacia una arqueología social en los Andes: una perspectiva norteamericana. Boletín de Lima84: 14-16.

1991   New evidence for the date of the Nazca Lines.By Helaine Silverman and David M. Browne.Antiquity65 (247): 208-220.

1991  Between the lines: Reading the Nazca markings as rituals writ large. By Anthony Aveni and Helaine Silverman. The Sciences31 (4): 36-42.

1991  Las líneas de Nazca: una nueva síntesis de datos de  la pampa y de los valles. By Anthony Aveni and Helaine Silverman. Revista Andina9 (2): 367-392.

1991   Reply to Isbell. By Anthony Aveni and Helaine Silverman. The Sciences31(6):4.

1990   Beyond the pampa: The geoglyphs of the valleys of Nazca. National Geographic Research6 (4): 435-356.

1988   Cahuachi: non-urban cultural complexity on the south coast of Peru. Journal of Field Archaeology15 (4): 403-430.

1988   Nasca 8: A reassessment of its chronological placement and cultural significance. Michigan Discussions in Anthropology: Multidisciplinary Studies in Andean Anthropology8: 23-32.

1988   De la historia antigua del  Perú: la obtención de cabezas trofeo. Boletín de Lima58: 49-56. Lima, Peru.

1987   A Nasca 8 occupation at an early Nasca site: The Room of the Posts at Cahuachi. Andean Past1: 5-55.

1987   Una ocupación Nasca 8 en Cahuachi. Gaceta Arqueológica Andina13: 10-14.

1986   La investigación arqueológica y el uso de la analogía etnográfica: el caso de las plazas y espacios abiertos de Cahuachi. Revista Andina8: 465-478.

1986  Modelos Espaciales y Geoglifos de la Cultura Nasca. By Helaine Silverman and José Pineda. Documentos de Arquitectura y Urbanismo1 (1): 15-21. Lima, Peru.

1985   Cahuachi: Simplemente Monumental.  Boletín de Lima41: 85-95. Lima, Peru.

1985    Monumentos y Monumentalidad. Anthropologica3: 249-259. Lima, Peru.

BOOK CHAPTERS

2020  Learning from Ground Zero: The Presence of Absence at Two Sites of Destruction. In The Future of the Bamiyan Buddha Statues. Heritage Reconstruction in Theory and Practice, edited by Masanori Nagaoka, pp. 185-201.  Springer, New York.

2020  Memory, pride and politics on parade: the Durham Miners’ Gala, by Andreas Pantazatos and Helaine Silverman. In Heritage and Festivals in Europe, edited by Ullrich Kockel et al., pp. 110-127. Routledge, London.

2019   Affiliative Reterritorialization: The Manco Capac Monument and the Japanese Community in Peru. In Cultural Heritage, Ethics and Contemporary Migrations, edited by Cornelius Holtorf, Andreas Pantazatos and Geoffrey Scarre, pp. 110-127. Routledge, London.

2018  Heritage of Death: Emotion, Memory and Practice, by Mattias Frihammar and Helaine Silverman. In Heritage of Death. Landscapes of Emotion, Memory and Practice, edited by Mattias Frihammar and Helaine Silverman, pp. 3-19. Routledge, London.

2017  An Introduction to Heritage in Action, by Emma Waterton, Steve Watson and Helaine Silverman. In Heritage in Action: Making the Past in the Present, edited by Helaine Silverman, Emma Waterton and Steve Watson, pp. 3-16. Springer, New York.

2017  Heritage on the Go: Abbreviated Heritage in a Mobile World. In Heritage in Action: Making the Past in the Present, edited by Helaine Silverman, Emma Waterton and Steve Watson, pp. 183-200. Springer, New York.

2016  An Andeanist’s Perspective on the Newark Earthworks. In The Earthworks of Newark, Ohio: Enduring Monuments, Contested Meanings. Edited by Lindsay Jones and Richard D. Shiels, pp. 97-110. University of Virginia Press.   

2016   The Ruinscape: UNESCO, the State, and the Construction of Identity and Heritage in Phimai, Thailand. In Finding Solutions for Protecting and Sharing Archaeological Heritage Resources, edited by Anne Underhill and Lucy Salazar, pp. 33-53. Springer, New York.

2016  Cultural Heritage Under the Gaze of National Tourism Marketing Campaigns, by Helaine Silverman and Richard W. Hallett. In Blackwell Companion to the New Heritage Studies, edited by William S. Logan, Mairead Nic Craith, and Ulrich Kockel, pp. 176-188. Wiley Blackwell, Malden.

2015   Branding Peru: National Tourism Campaigns and the Performance of Heritage. In Encounters with Popular Pasts. Cultural Heritage and Popular Culture, edited by Mike Robinson and Helaine Silverman, pp. 131-148. Springer, New York.

2015  Mass, Modern, Mine: Heritage and Popular Culture, by Mike Robinson and Helaine Silverman. In Encounters with Popular Pasts. Cultural Heritage and Popular Culture, edited by Mike Robinson and Helaine Silverman, pp. 1-30. Springer, New York.

2015  Heritage and Authenticity. In A Companion to Contemporary Heritage Research, edited by Emma Waterton and Steve Watson, pp. 69-88. Palgrave Macmillan.

2013   Cultural Heritage Politics in China: An Introduction. By Helaine Silverman and Tami Blumenfield. In Cultural Heritage Politics in China, edited by Tami Blumenfield and Helaine Silverman, pp. 1-20. Springer, New York.

2013  Cuzcotopia: Imagining and Performing the Incas. In Heritage and Tourism. Place, Encounter, Engagement, edited by Russell Staiff, Robyn Bushell and Steve Watson, pp. 128-151. Routledge, London.

2012   The Space of Heroism in the Historic Center of Cuzco. In On Location: Heritage Cities and Sites,edited by D. Fairchild Ruggles, pp. 89-113. Springer, New York.

2011  Contested Cultural Heritage: A Selective Historiography. In Contested Cultural Heritage: Religion, Nationalism, Erasure and Exclusion in a Global World, edited by Helaine Silverman, pp. 1-49, Springer, New York.

2010   A Portfolio of Expertise Providing On-the-Ground Solutions: The Collaborative for Cultural Heritage and Museum Practices (CHAMP) at the University of Illinois and the Role of Universities in Cultural Heritage Protection. In Proceedings of the World Universities Congress, Volume II, pp. 1354-1360. Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Canakkale, Turkey.

2009  Embodied Heritage, Identity Politics and Tourism. In Archaeologies and Ethnographies: Iterations of ‘Heritage’ and the Archaeological Past, edited by Lena Mortensen and Julie Hollowell, pp. 3-26. University Press of Florida, Gainesville. (revised version of article in Anthropology and Humanism30 (2):141-155.

2009   From Tangible to Intangible Heritage: An Introduction, by D. Fairchild Ruggles and Helaine Silverman. In Intangible Heritage Embodied,edited by D. Fairchild Ruggles and Helaine Silverman, pp. 1-14. Springer, New York.

2009  Comparaciones y contrastes entre la costa sur y la costa central del Perú durante el Período Formativo. In Arqueología del Período Formativo en la Cuenca Baja de Lurín, edited by Richard L. Burger and Krzysztof Makowski, pp. 429-490. Fondo Editorial, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima.

2008  Nasca. Nazca. Continuities and Discontinuities on the South Coast of Peru. In Global Perspectives on the Collapse of Complex Systems, edited by Jim A. Railey and Richard Martin Reycraft, pp. 83-100. Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, Anthropological Papers, No. 8.

2008  Afterword. In Roads Less Traveledby James Warfield. Pp. 258-259. Tongji University Press, Shanghai, China.

2008   Between the lines: reading the Nazca markings as rituals writ large. By Anthony Aveni and Helaine Silverman. In Foundations of New World Cultural Astronomy, edited by Anthony F. Aveni, pp. 621-633. University of Colorado Press. (reprinted from The Sciences31[4]:36-42, 1991)

2008   Continental Introduction. In Handbook of South American Archaeology, edited by Helaine Silverman and William H. Isbell, pp. 3-26. Springer, New York.

2007  Cultural Heritage and Human Rights by Helaine Silverman and D. Fairchild Ruggles. In Cultural Heritage and Human Rights, edited by Helaine Silverman and D. Fairchild Ruggles, pp. 3-22. Springer, New York.

2007  Groovin’ to ancient Peru: a critical analysis of Disney’s “The Emperor’s New Groove.” In Telling Children About the Past, edited by Nena Galanidou and Liv Dommasnes, pp. 103-124. International Monographs in Prehistory, Oxbow Books, Oxford. [revision of the 2002 article in Journal of Social Archaeology]

2007   Contemporary Museum Practice in Cusco, Peru. In Archaeology and Capitalism. From Ethics To Politics, edited by Philip Duke and Yannis Hamilakis, pp. 195-212. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, CA.

2006   Archaeological Site Museums in Latin America. In Archaeological Site Museums in Latin America, edited by Helaine Silverman. pp. 3-17. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

2006  The Historic District of Cusco as an Open-Air Site Museum. In Archaeological Site Museums in Latin America, edited by Helaine Silverman, pp. 159-183. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

2006   Regional Patterns. By William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman. In Andean Archaeology III: North and South, edited by William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman, pp. 3-19. Springer, New York.

2006   Rethinking the Central Andean Co-Tradition. By William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman. In Andean Archaeology III: North and South, edited by William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman, pp. 499-520. Springer, New York.

2006   The North: Introduction. By William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman. In Andean Archaeology III: North and South, edited by William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman, pp. 23-27. Springer, New York.

2006    The South: Introduction. By William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman. In Andean Archaeology III: North and South, edited by William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman, pp. 199-209. Springer, New York.

2004   Introduction. In Andean Archaeology, edited by Helaine Silverman, pp. 1-15.  Blackwell Publishers, Oxford.

2002   Introduction. In The Space and Place of Death, edited by Helaine Silverman and David  B. Small, pp. 1-12. Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association, Number 11. Washington, D.C.

2002   Mortuary Narratives of Identity and History in Modern Cemeteries of Lima, Peru. In The Space and Place of Death, edited by Helaine Silverman and David B. Small, pp. 167-190. Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association, Number 11. Washington, D.C.

2002   Nasca Settlement and Society on the Hundredth Anniversary of Uhle’s Discovery of the Nasca Style. In Andean Archaeology I: Variations in Sociopolitical Organization, edited by William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman, pp. 121-158. Plenum/Kluwer, New York.

2002   Differentiating Paracas Necropolis and Early Nasca Textiles. In Andean Archaeology II: Art, Landscape, and Society, edited by Helaine Silverman and William H. Isbell, pp.  71-106. Plenum/Kluwer, New York.

2002   From Art to Material Culture. By Helaine Silverman and William H. Isbell. In Andean Archaeology II: Art, Landscape, and Society, edited by Helaine Silverman and William H. Isbell, pp. 3-20. Plenum/Kluwer, New York.

2002   Andean Art and Society. By Helaine Silverman and William H. Isbell. In Andean Archaeology II: Art, Landscape, and Society, edited by Helaine Silverman and William H. Isbell, pp. 23-34. Plenum/Kluwer, New York.

2002   Landscapes of Power. By Helaine Silverman and William H. Isbell. In Andean Archaeology II: Art, Landscape, and Society, edited by Helaine Silverman and William H. Isbell, pp. 181-188. Plenum/Kluwer, New York.

2002   Issues of Cultural Production and Reproduction. By Helaine Silverman and William H. Isbell. In Andean Archaeology II: Art, Landscape, and Society, edited by Helaine Silverman and William H. Isbell, pp. 357-364. Plenum/Kluwer, New York.

2002   Theorizing Variations in Andean Sociopolitical Organization. By William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman. In Andean Archaeology I: Variations in Sociopolitical Organization, edited by William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman, pp. 3-11. Plenum/Kluwer, New York.

2002   Early Andean Civilizations. By William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman. In Andean Archaeology I: Variations in Sociopolitical Organization, edited by William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman, pp. 15-20. Plenum/Kluwer, New York.

2002   Traditions of Imperialism in the Andes. By William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman. In Andean Archaeology I: Variations in Sociopolitical Organization, edited by William H. Isbell and HelaineSilverman, pp. 161-168. Plenum/Kluwer, New York.

2002   Solving Puzzles of the Past. By William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman. In Andean Archaeology I: Variations in Sociopolitical Organization, edited by William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman, pp. 339-340. Plenum/Kluwer, New York.

2002   Writing the Andes with a Capital A. By William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman. In Andean Archaeology I: Variations in Sociopolitical Organization, edited by William H. Isbell and Helaine Silverman, pp. 371-380. Plenum/Kluwer, New York.

2001   Geografia sagrada, ancestros y agua en la vida ritual de los antiguos nasca. In Los Dioses de los Andes Prehispánicos, edited by Cristóbal Makowski, pp. 239-275. Banco de Crédito, Lima.

1996   Musicians of the Desert. In Birds on a Drum. Conservation of a Pre-Columbian Musical Instrument, pp. 8-12. Exhibition Catalog. Krannert Art Museum and Kinkead Pavilion, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

1996   Contextualizando la muerte en los cementerios de Paracas. In Al Final del Camino, edited by Luis Millones and Moisés Lemlij, pp. 1-10. Seminario Interdisciplinario de Estudios Andinos, Lima.

1993   Style and State in Ancient Peru. In Imagery and Creativity. Ethnoaesthetics and Art Worlds in the Americas, edited by Dorothea S. Whitten and Norman E. Whitten, pp.129-169. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

1992   The Nazca Lines: Sacred Geography and Cult Archaeology. In Broken Images: The Figured Landscape of Nazca, by David Parker, pp. 7-13. Cornerhouse Publications, Manchester, England.

1991   The Ethnography and Archaeology of Two Andean Pilgrimage Centers.  In Pilgrimage in Latin America, edited by N. Ross Crumrine and Alan Morinis, pp. 215-228. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT.

1991   The Paracas Problem: Archaeological Perspectives. In Paracas Art and Architecture: Object and Context in South Coastal Peru, edited by Anne Paul, pp. 349-415. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City.

1990   The Early Nasca Pilgrimage Center of Cahuachi and the Nazca Lines. Anthropological and Archaeological Perspectives. In The Lines of Nazca, edited by Anthony Aveni, pp. 209-244. American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia.