1. Moche Architectural Vessels: An Overview
2. Visualizing and Visually Communicating Architectural Space
3. The Moche Architectural Vessel Corpus and Its Correspondence with the Archaeological Record
4. Ceramic Diagrams of Sacred Space: Vessels of the Enclosed Gabled Type
5. Moche Architectural Whistling Vessels: Their Technical Construction and Acoustic Properties
6. Architectural Representations in Other Cultures
Julie B. Wiersema is Assistant Professor of Pre-Hispanic and Spanish Colonial Art the University of Texas at San Antonio. She has also taught at Santa Clara University and the University of Maryland. Wiersema served as Assistant Curator of the Art of the Americas at the Brooklyn Museum of Art; conducted World War II provenance research for the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco; developed content for the Visionary Art Museums' Off the Map, an interactive guide to global visionary art; and has undertaken radiography and acoustical studies of ceramic whistling vessels with conservators and ethnomusicologists at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian and the Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Arquelogia, e Historia del Peru. She has been awarded research fellowships through U.S. Fulbright, the Smithsonian Institution, the Library of Congress, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.