Photo of a broken face-neck jar recovered from the Wari site of Cerro Baul. A human face with a tall headdress, slits for the eyes and mouth, and pierced ears.

Peer-reviewed publications

Deglin, Louise, Donna J. Nash, and Patrick R. Williams. n.d. “Wari Imperial Motives: The Variety of Decorated Ceramics at Cerro Baúl.” Ñawpa Pacha, in press.

Deglin, Louise. 2019. “Could the Mexica Toztli Have Been a Sun Parakeet? Connecting Mexica Featherwork to South America.” Journal de La Société Des Américanistes 105 (2).

Magazine article

Menéndez Pereda, Alba, and Louise Deglin. 2021. “Archaeology Gone Online: Current State and Future Challenges.” Backdirt: Homecoming, 60-67.