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The idea of reshaping a baby’s head may make us cringe, but for families in the Andes 500 years ago, cranial modification was all the rage. Matthew Velasco, assistant professor of anthropology in the College of Arts & Sciences, explores how head-shaping practices may have enabled political solidarity while furthering social inequality in the region.