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Gary Urton, Harvard University, Anthropology Department, Faculty Member. Studies Anthropology, Empire, and History. Gary Urton is. Gary Urton is the Dumbarton Oaks professor of pre-Columbian studies in the department of anthropology at Harvard University. His latest book is Inka History in. Gary Urton is Dumbarton Oaks Professor of Pre-Columbian Studies and Chairman of the Department of Anthropology at Harvard University. His research .

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Title Cited by Year At the crossroads of the earth and the sky: Animal myths and metaphors in South America, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 2, Articles 1—20 Show more. At the crossroads of the earth and the sky: Signs of the Inka khipu: The social life of numbers: The History of a Myth: Current anthropology hary 3, From knots to narratives: Reconstructing the art of historical record keeping in the Andes from Spanish transcriptions of Inka khipus G Urton Ethnohistory, Animal metaphors and the life cycle in an Andean community G Urton Animal myths and metaphors in South America,