R. Alan Covey
R. Alan Covey
Professor of Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin
Verified email at austin.utexas.edu
TitleCited byYear
Processes of state formation in the Inca heartland (Cuzco, Peru)
BS Bauer, RA Covey
American Anthropologist 104 (3), 846-864, 2002
How the Incas built their heartland: state formation and the innovation of imperial strategies in the Sacred Valley, Peru
RA Covey
University of Michigan Press, 2006
Multiregional perspectives on the archaeology of the Andes during the Late Intermediate Period (c. AD 1000–1400)
RA Covey
Journal of Archaeological Research 16 (3), 287-338, 2008
Inka administration of the far south coast of Peru
RA Covey
Latin American Antiquity 11 (2), 119-138, 2000
Quantitative historical analysis uncovers a single dimension of complexity that structures global variation in human social organization
P Turchin, TE Currie, H Whitehouse, P François, K Feeney, D Mullins, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (2), E144-E151, 2018
A processual study of Inka state formation
RA Covey
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 22 (4), 333-357, 2003
Chronology, succession, and sovereignty: the politics of Inka historiography and its modern interpretation
RA Covey
Comparative studies in society and history 48 (1), 169-199, 2006
The Inca Empire
RA Covey
The handbook of South American archaeology, 809-830, 2008
La plaza central de Huánuco Pampa: espacio y transformación
C Morris, RA Covey
Boletín de Arqueología PUCP 7, 133-149, 2003
Intermediate elites in pre-Columbian states and empires
CM Elson, RA Covey
University of Arizona Press, 2006
The management of scale or the creation of scale: Administrative processes in two Inka Provinces
C Morris, RA Covey
Intermediate elites in pre-Columbian states and empires, 136-153, 2006
The Huánuco Pampa Archaeological Project. Volume 1, The plaza and palace complex.(Anthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History, no. 96)
C Morris, RA Covey, PH Stein
American Museum of Natural History., 2011
Imperial transformations in sixteenth-century Yucay
RA Covey, DA González
Peru (Memoir No. 44) Ann Arbor Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, 2008
Ethnicity, demography, and estate management in sixteenth-century Yucay
RA Covey, CM Elson
Ethnohistory 54 (2), 303-335, 2007
Population genetic structure of traditional populations in the Peruvian Central Andes and implications for South American population history
GS Cabana, CM Lewis, RY Tito, RA Covey, AM Cáceres, F Augusto, ...
Human biology 86 (3), 147-166, 2014
Intermediate elites in New World states and empires
CM Elson, RA Covey
Intermediate elites in pre-Columbian states and empires, 3-20, 2006
Regional perspectives on Wari state influence in Cusco, Peru (c. AD 600–1000)
RA Covey, BS Bauer, V Bélisle, L Tsesmeli
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 32 (4), 538-552, 2013
The Vilcanota Valley (Peru): Inka state formation and the evolution of imperial strategies.
RA Covey
Dynamics of indigenous demographic fluctuations: lessons from sixteenth-century Cusco, Peru
RA Covey, G Childs, R Kippen, D Cahill, ND Cook, D Joralemon, ...
Current Anthropology 52 (3), 000-000, 2011
Kinship and the Inca imperial core: multiscalar archaeological patterns in the Sacred Valley (Cuzco, Peru)
RA Covey
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 40, 183-195, 2015
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