Current Research in Anthropology: Food, Foraging, and Farming (ANTH 304)
Strategies of Archaeology (ANTH 320)
South American Archaeology (ANTH 321/521)
Topics in Cultural Anthropology; Archaeology: Conservation and Indigenous People (ANTH 340/540; ANTH 420/570)
Topics in Archaeology: Human Impacts on the Environment (ANTH 420/570)
Archaeology of Complex Societies (ANTH 529) (taught with Norman Yoffee)
Stanford University, Anthropology, BA with distinction 1984, MA 1984
University of Michigan, Anthropology, PhD 1995 Dissertation: "State Pottery Production in the Inka Provinces"
States and empires, political economy, political ecology, ancient agriculture and water management in arid evironments, human impacts on the environment, craft production, beer brewing, ethnohistory, ethnoarchaeology, archaeometry; Andean South America (Peru and Chile).
F Hayashida, 2008. Ancient Beer and Modern Brewers: Ethnoarchaeological Observations of Maize Beer (chicha) Production in Two Regions of the North Coast of Peru. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 27: 161-74.
F Hayashida, 2006. The Pampa de Chaparrí: Water, Land, and Politics on the North Coast of Peru. Latin American Antiquity 17: 243-64.
F Hayashida, 2005. Archaeology, Ecological History, and Conservation. The Annual Review of Anthropology 34: 43-65.
L Nordt, F Hayashida, T.Hallmark and C Crawford, 2004. Late Prehistoric Soil Fertility and Agricultural Production in Northwest Coastal Peru. Geoarchaeology 19: 21-46.
F Hayashida, W Häusler, J Riederer, and U Wagner, 2003. Technology and Organisation of Inka Pottery Production in the Leche Valley, Part II: Study of Fired Vessels. Hyperfine Interactions 150: 153-63.
F Hayashida, 1999. Style, Technology, and Administered Production: The Manufacture of Inka Pottery in the Leche Valley, Per. Latin American Antiquity 10: 337-52.