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Bonanzas, Booms, and . . . Busts. Will It Be Different This Time?

Bonanzas, Booms, and . . . Busts. Will It Be Different This Time?

By Paul Goulder ✐ Special to the Peruvian Times ☄ Now twelve years into Peru’s fourth great bonanza period and with plentiful finance to hand, is enough being done to prepare a truly balanced, inclusive and self-sustaining economy for the future? A keynote conference in November by an international specialist […]

Seventy-Five Years of the “Britanico”: Celebrating with a Contemporary View of Pre-Columbian Textiles

Seventy-Five Years of the “Britanico”: Celebrating with a Contemporary View of Pre-Columbian Textiles

By Paul Goulder — The Britanico, as many in Lima will know, refers to the Asociacion Cultural Peruano Britanica (ACPB) which, amongst its other virtues, is one of Lima’s most prestigious language schools. Tens of thousands of students have passed through the doors of its eleven premises in the herculean […]

HISTORY OF PERU SERIES —  Part 11:   From Paracas to Wari – the center of cultural activity moves to the highlands

HISTORY OF PERU SERIES — Part 11: From Paracas to Wari – the center of cultural activity moves to the highlands

Paul Goulder returns with the second section of his History of Peru series special to the Peruvian Times.  The first section, Parts 1 to 10, can be found listed at the end of this article. The earthquake of August 15, 2007 centered on the Chincha – Pisco region had tragic […]

HISTORY OF PERU SERIES – Part 10:  The Big Picture —3500 BC – 500 AD

HISTORY OF PERU SERIES – Part 10: The Big Picture —3500 BC – 500 AD

By Paul Goulder – Special to Peruvian Times — During the past year the Peruvian Times (see links below) has published a series of articles on the History of Peru spanning the years, very approximately, 3500 BC to 500 AD. At the beginning of this period humans were starting to […]