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What should Peru do?

What should Peru do?

This article by Paul Goulder looks at the 2011 Peru presidential election from the point of view of economics and history, and first from the economic experience of Peru from 1960 to 2007.   — Peru has spent forty-five of the last fifty years bumping along the bottom of a GNP […]

HISTORY OF PERU SERIES – PART 9: Metallurgy, Jewelry and Gold

HISTORY OF PERU SERIES – PART 9: Metallurgy, Jewelry and Gold

By Paul Goulder –Special to the Peruvian Times — This week we examine what tools the historian possesses to analyze the impact of new technologies, particularly in metallurgy. In terms of a timeline, this part starts in an age of copper and ends as bronze makes an appearance. But all the time […]

HISTORY OF PERU SERIES: The Peruvian Times Guide to the “End Menu”

The following links are sources for stories, videos, audios and other materials that provide a rich background to Paul Goulder’s History of Peru Series in the Peruvian Times.

HISTORY OF PERU SERIES – Part 8:  ANCIENT TEXTILES

HISTORY OF PERU SERIES – Part 8: ANCIENT TEXTILES

What trendy metrosexual would not be happy to sport this Wari-inspired tapestry in their post-modern apartment overlooking the Thames, the Seine, the Hudson, Niteroi Bay in Rio de Janeiro, the sea in Chorrillos, or wherever. Somewhat pre-Picasso, the Wari people and empire (Peru AD 600 to 900) were “abstract artists” […]