Dr Marisa Lazzari



with Pereyra Domingorena L, Stoner WD, Scattolin MC, Glascock MD, Korstanje MA, Compositional data supports decentralized model of production and circulation of artifacts in the pre-Columbian south-central Andes, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 114, National Academy of Sciences, 2017

Stones to Build a World: Circulation and Value of Materials in Pre-Columbian Northwestern Argentina, Cambridge Archaeological Journal, vol. 26, no. 1, 2015, 1-22

with Korstanje MA, The past as a lived space: heritage places, re-emergent aesthetics, and hopeful practices in NW Argentina, Journal of Social Archaeology, vol. 3, no. 13, Sage, 2013, 394-419

Tangible interventions: The lived landscapes of contemporary archaeology, Journal of Material Culture, vol. 16, no. 2, 2011, 171-191

with Scattolin MC, Cortés LI, Bugliani MF, Calo CM, Domingorena LP, Izeta AD, Built landscapes of everyday life: A house in an early agricultural village of north-western Argentina, World Archaeology, vol. 41, no. 3, 2009, 396-414

with Domingorena LP, Scattolin MC, Cecil L, Glascock MD, Speakman RJ, Ancient social landscapes of northwestern Argentina: preliminary results of an integrated approach to obsidian and ceramic provenance, JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE, vol. 36, no. 9, 2009, 1955-1964

with Hugo Yacobaccio, Patricia Escola, Fernando Pereyra, Michael Glascock, Quest for ancient routes: obsidian research sourcing in Northwestern Argentina., Journal of Archaeological Science, no. 31, Elsevier, 2004, 193-204

with R Curtoni, A Lazzari, Middle of nowhere: a place of war memories and aboriginal re-emergence, World Archaeology, vol. 1, no. 35, Routledge, 2003, 65-78

Archaeological visions: gender, landscape, and optic knowledge, Journal of Social Archaeology, vol. 2, no. 3, Sage, 2003, 194-222

La economía más allá de la subsistencia : intercambio y producción lítica en el Aconquija, Arqueologia, no. 7, Facultad de Filosofia y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires, 1997, 9-50


with Scattolin MC, Bugliani MF, Pereyra Domingorena L, Cortes L, Izeta A, Calo CM, Habitar, hacer, circular. El punto de vista de La Quebrada, in Korstanje MA, Lazzari M, Basile M, Bugliani MF, Lema V, Pereyra Domingorena L, Quesada M (eds) Crónicas Materiales Precolombinas. Arqueología de los Primeros Poblados del Noroeste Argentino, Buenos Aires: Sociedad Argentina de Antropologia, 2015, 427-464

with Garci Azcarate J, Scattolin MC, Imagenes, presencias, memorias. Genealogia y geografia en la piedra durante el primer milenio d.C., in Korstanje MA, Lazzari M, Basile M, Bugliani MF, Lema V, Pereyra Domingorena L, Quesada M (eds) Cronicas Materiales Precolombinas.Arqueologia de los primeros poblados del Noroeste Argentino, Buenos Aires: Sociedad Argentina de Antropologia, 2015, 604-631

Landscapes of circulation in NW Argentina: the workings of obsidian and ceramics during the first millennium AD., in Agbe-Davis A, Bauer A (eds) Social Archaeologies of Trade and Exchange. Exploring relationships among places, people and things., Walnut Creek, CA.: Left Coast Press, 2010

Topographies of value: ethical issues in landscape archaeology, in David B, Thomas J (eds) Handbook of Landscape Archaeology, Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press, 2008, 644-653

Traveling objects and spatial images: exchange relationships and the production of social space, in Funari PPA, Zarankin A, Stovel E (eds) Global Archaeological Theory: Contextual voices and contemporary thoughts, New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publisher, 2005, 191-210

The texture of things: objects, people and social spaces in NW Argentina (First millennium AD)., in Meskell L (eds) Archaeologies of Materiality, Oxford: WileyBlackwell, 2005, 126-161

with H Yacobaccio, P Escola, F Pereyra, Long distance obsidian traffic in NW Argentina, in Glascock M (eds) Geochemical Evidence for Long Distance Exchange, Westport, CN: Bergin and Gargey, 2002, 167-203


Review: V. Oliveira and J. Thomas, eds.,Overcorming the Modern Invention of Material Culture. Porto: ADECAP, Journal of Iberian Archaeology 9[10] 2006-2007, Special Issue, European Journal of Archaeology, vol. 2-3, no. 10, Sage, 227-229

Old and new materialisms. Comment on Christopher Whitmore's discussion article Archaeology and the new materialisms, Journal of Contemporary Archaeology, vol. 2, no. 1, Equinox, 236-238