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Robert Bradley

Robert Bradley

Associate Professor Robert Bradley has Ph.D. in Art History and Archaeology from Columbia University. Currently he is an associate professor at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. He has written a monograph entitled The Architecture of Kuelap (VDM, 2008) and his recent publications include “Sudado de Raya: an Ancient Peruvian Dish” in the winter 2012 issue of Gastronomica, “Coca: An Andean Daily Chew” in Cualli: Latin American and Iberian Food Studies Review, and “A Western Mirage on the Bolivian Altiplano” in Buen Gusto and Classicism in the Visual Cultures of Latin America, 1780-1910(University of New Mexico Press, 2013). Forthcoming are“Architectural Anomalies in the Northeastern Forest of Peru” in An Uncommon Legacy: Essays in Ancient American and World History in Honor of Esther Pasztory, edited by Andrew Finegold and Ellen Hoobler, University of Oklahoma Press,“Everything you ever wanted to know about Trichomycterus punctulatus (Valenciennes) but were afraid to ask: Life catfish in Pre-Columbian MocheArt and Culture”, in Andean Foodways: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Pre-Columbian, Colonial, Contemporary and Symbolic significance of Food and Cuisines in South America, edited by John Staller and Robert Bradley and finally “The Pre-Columbian Flavors of Peru’s North Coast” in peer review for Gastronomica, University of California Press.

Courses Taught: ARTS 1303.90L, ARTS 3350.90L, ARTS 3351.90L, ARTS 4359.SA, ARTS 6351, ARTS 6352.90L, ARTS 6354.SA