An Interview with John V. Murra

@article{Rowe1984AnIW,
  title={An Interview with John V. Murra},
  author={J. Rowe},
  journal={Americas},
  year={1984},
  volume={64},
  pages={633-653}
}
  • J. Rowe
  • Published 1984
  • Sociology
  • Americas
lIi,i)'Wlllie Americall Historical Rer.;ierc (;4 (4i, 19S4, 6:J.1~65,3 An Interview with John V. Murra Introduction by JOHN HOWLAND ROWE Murra is an anthropologist who has devoted much of his professional career to studying the historical ethnology of the Incas and other Andean peoples of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia, using historical sources and working by historical methods, In the course of this work, he has edited a number of documents of the greatest importance and interest to historians… Expand
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