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Anthropology's Michael Malpass was invited to present a paper at Colgate University on April 13, dedicated to the theme, "Stories, Symbols, and Strings: A Symposium on State Power in the Ancient Andes.”
Michael's talk, “Provincial Inka: Local Reactions to Imperial Control,” explored ways that the Inka Empire used a flexible means of governing their conquered people that incorporated local leaders into their decimal bureaucracy.

Michael Malpass (Anthropology) delivers invited lecture on Inkas at Colgate University   Michael Malpass was invited to present a paper at Colgate University on April 13, dedicated to the theme, "Stories, Symbols, and Strings: A Symposium on State Power in the Ancient Andes.”
His paper, entitled “Provincial Inka: Local Reactions to Imperial Control,” discussed how the Inka Empire used a flexible means of governing their conquered people that incorporated local leaders into their decimal bureaucracy.

Michael Malpass of Anthropology delivers invited lecture on Inkas at Colgate University | 0 Comments |
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