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Brendan Weaver

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Personal bio
Brendan Weaver is an historical archaeologist specializing in colonial and republican-era labor and enslavement in the Andes, particularly among the African diaspora. He is also interested in political aesthetics, memory, and the post-colonial legacies of race, capitalism, and religion. Weaver earned his Ph.D. in anthropology in 2015 from Vanderbilt University. Currently a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Stanford Archaeology Center, he directs the community-engaged Haciendas of Nasca Archaeological Project, focusing on colonial-era slavery at Jesuit vineyards in Peru.

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