Charles M. Hastings
Anspach Hall 118
(989) 774-4398
email: hasti1cm@cmich.edu

Education

  • Ph.D., University of Michigan, 1985
  • M.A., University of Michigan, 1975
  • B.A., Cornell University, 1972

Areas of Teaching Expertise

  • Archaeology of the Americas
  • South American Archaeology
  • Michigan Archaeology
  • Field School in Archaeology
  • Introduction to Environmental Studies
  • North American Indian Cultures
  • Archaeological Method and Theory

Research Interests

  • Origin and development of complex societies
  • Regional settlement systems
  • Cultural boundaries and ethnicity
  • Andean and Upper Amazonian Regions
  • Upper Great Lakes; Eastern Woodlands

Selected Publications

  • “Reconstruyendo el Estado en la Sierra Central del Perú: La Interacción entre Pastores y Agricultores durante el Período Intermedio Tardío en la Región de Tarama-Chinchaycocha” in Investigaciones Sociales: Revista del Instituto de Investigaciones Histórico Sociales 12: 55-98. Lima: Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos (con J. R. Parsons y R. Matos M.). 2004
  • Prehispanic Settlement Patterns of the Upper Mantaro and Tarma Drainages, Department. of Junín, Peru. Volume 1: The Tarama-Chinchaycocha Region. Ann Arbor: Museum of Anthropology Memoirs, University of Michigan (with J. R. Parsons and R. Matos M.), 2000
  • "Rebuilding the State in Highland Peru: Herder-Cultivator Interaction during the Late Intermediate Period in the Tarama-Chinchaycocha Region". Latin American Antiquity, 8(4):317-341, (co-author with J. R. Parsons and R. Matos M.), 1997