Andean Studies; Forensic & Mortuary Archaeology; Indigenous Archaeology; Archaeometrics
Maestria, Admisinstracion de Educacion Universitario, Universidad Cesar Vallejo (Peru), 2014 (exp.)
Licenciatura, Universidad Nacional San Cristobal de Huamanaga (Peru), 2009
Bachiller, Universidad Nacional San Cristobal de Huamanaga (Peru), 2007
Enmanuel is a Peruvian archaeologist, fluent in Quechua, recognized by the Registro Nacional de Arqueologos and Colegio Profesional de Arqueologos del Peru. Over the past 15 years, Enmanuel has directed a several major heritage conservation projects in the region, which have been recognized on the national level (Goethe Institut Lima; Ministerio del Ambiente; etc.). He has directed international collaborative research projects throughout Peru. As a forensic archaeologist with the Equipo Especializado Forense in Ayacucho, Enmanuel directed exhumations of victims from Peru's civil war (1980-2000). While a fellow at the Instituto Bartolome de las Casas and the Asociacion Paz y Esperanza, Enmanuel directed regional victim registrationefforts and has organized reconciliation workshops. He is the author and editor of numerous publications, including the new volume: Investigaciones Arqueologicas y Antropologicas en los Andes Sud-Centrales (Prensa Unajma). Enmanuel has served as a professor and administrator at Universidad Alas Peruanas, Universidad Tecnologica de los Andes, and Universidad Nacional Jose Maria Arguedas. He has taught courses on Andean anthropology, research methods, heritage management, archaeology and history, and rural sociology. Enmanuel is also executive director of the Andahuaylas Museum, co-director of the Andahuaylas Bioarchaeology Project, and chief administrator of the Andahuaylas Field Research Station. His current research interests include Andean archaeology, ethnoarchaeology, forensic archaeology, mortuary studies, museology, issues of tourism and cultural patrimony, and environmental archaeology. Currently, Enmanuel serves as the head of International Development at Jose Maria Arguedas National University.