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ANNIVERSARY MEETING - Society for American Archaeology

PRE L I M INARY PROGRAM

& REGI S TRATI O N I N F ORMATI O N

ANNIVERSARY

MEETING

April 14–18, 2010 0 • St. Louis, Missouri


TABLE OF CONTENTS

General Information

At This Year’s Meeting in St. Louis.........3

Hotel Information..................................4

Child care ..............................................4

Getting to St. Louis................................5

Meeting Registration..............................5

Abstracts Viewing Center.......................6

Annual Business Meeting ......................6

and Awards Celebration

Employment Service ..............................6

Exhibits..................................................6

Roundtables...........................................6

Opening Session ....................................7

Film Fest ................................................9

Call for Volunteers ...............................35

Special Events................................................7

Excursions.....................................................9

Workshops ..................................................11

Summary Schedule......................................11

Preliminary Program ...................................14

Advance Registration Form .........................37

Membership Application Form ...................39

Volume 14, Issue No. 1 of the Preliminary Program of

the 75th Anniversary Meeting of the Society for American

Archaeology. Published annually in December.

Cover image credit: Designs found on front and back of

the Cahokia Birdman Tablet, found during excavations

on the east side of Monks Mound in 1971 by the University

of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The designs are believed to

represent the Upper World (bird-like mask and wing),

This World (dancing man), and the Lower World (serpent

skin/crosshatching on reverse side). The sandstone tablet is

approximately 4" tall, and the design has been adopted as

the logo for Cahokia Mounds. Credit: Cahokia Mounds

State Historic Site.

Society for American Archaeology

900 Second Street NE #12

Washington, DC 20002-3560

Telephone: +1 202/789-8200

Fax: +1 202/789-0284

Email: meetings@saa.org

Dear Colleagues:

SAA’s historic 75th Anniversary Meeting in St. Louis is almost

upon us! With years of planning by the 75th Anniversary Meeting

Task Force and a high-level of participant submissions, the 2010

meeting will deliver a vibrant scholarly program and a truly unique

meeting experience for all who can attend.

Several sponsors have stepped forward to celebrate SAA’s 75th

Anniversary Meeting and enhance the experience for attendees. Be

sure to visit the Abstract Viewing Center and check your registration materials for other

useful commemorative items provided by our generous sponsors.

Roundtable Luncheons return after a year on hiatus, and will be hosted by authors

from the forthcoming publication Voices in American Archaeology. Please don’t miss the

once every three-quarters of a century Anniversary Shindig, featuring an opening performance

by the Native American drum group, Horse Stealing Moon Singers, followed

by dj music, dancing, and more!

The 75th Anniversary Meeting also marks the first time SAA will be providing the

annual meeting abstracts electronically on the public side of SAAweb. A searchable pdf

of the abstracts will be available about a month before the meeting. This move provides

open access to the abstracts, in addition to meeting SAA’s greening initiative. The

Abstract Viewing Center, courtesy of one of our sponsors, will be available on site in St.

Louis.

The “Gateway City” will serve as the perfect backdrop to celebrate SAA’s vibrant

past and bright future. I hope you can join us in St. Louis to commemorate this

momentous occasion!

Meg Conkey, RPA, President

FROM THE ST. LOUIS PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS

Dear Colleagues:

SAA’s 75th Anniversary Meeting SAA in St. Louis, Missouri, celebrates

the achievements of our Society and offers a truly memorable

array of presentations and special events. Plan to come early

and stay late to enjoy all the activities! The official opening to the

meeting on Wednesday night will be commemorated by a Native

American blessing, and many important symposia will be presented

through Sunday morning. Besides exceptional sessions on a

wide variety of theoretical, methodological, and regional topics, there will be a record

number of forums and electronic symposia in which to participate. Other attractions

include the 7.5 minute Film Fest, the Ethics Bowl, a Silent Auction to benefit Native

American scholarships, the Roundtable luncheon, and a Saturday Anniversary Celebration

event. To keep things running smoothly, chairs and presenters have been instructed

to keep their sessions and papers on time. Also, remember to wear your badges and

carry your special event tickets. Anniversary meetings only come around every 25 years,

so meet us in St. Louis!

Lisa LeCount and John Blitz

FROM THE LOCAL ADVISORY CHAIR

Dear Colleagues:

St. Louis is proud to host SAA’s 75th Anniversary Meeting, and St.

Louis will surprise you with all that’s going on. The meeting is located

in the heart of the city center and only blocks from the iconic

Gateway Arch that makes the city’s skyline world famous. Downtown

also has undergone a substantial makeover in recent years, so

be sure to sample the new restaurants and bars on Washington

Street. SAA is organizing three outstanding archaeological and scientific

tours, including visits to North America’s largest archaeological site, Cahokia. In

addition, we’ve organized an archaeological excursion throughout the “American Bottom,”

where you can appreciate the amazing archaeological landscape of the Mississippi

basin. Finally, there will be an excursion to the Missouri Botanical Gardens, one of the

country’s most comprehensive and beautiful collections of botanical life and gardens. St.

Louis is a great Midwestern city for drawing together SAA members from all corners of

America and beyond. We’re looking forward to showing off the best that we have to offer

and to celebrating our 75th Anniversary Meeting with the wonderful tours and special

events planned throughout the SAA meeting. Welcome to St. Louis!

Michael D. Frachetti

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AT THIS YEAR’S 75TH

ANNIVERSARY MEETING IN

ST. LOUIS

An incredible 75th Anniversary Meeting

combining unparalleled intellectual

content from its forums, symposia, and

posters with an exciting exhibit hall,

boundless networking opportunities,

the Ethics Bowl, the CRM Expo, Film

Fest 7.5, Field Trips, 75th Anniversary

Meeting memorabilia, a 75th Anniversary

Meeting Saturday night Shindig

and St. Louis! There is no question that

this will be an event to remember. This

Anniversary Meeting has been in planning

for the past five years by the Society’s

75th Anniversary Task Force headed

by Jerry Sabloff and James Snead.

The meeting will be held at the America’s

Center (convention center) and the

Renaissance St. Louis Grand hotel,

directly across the street from the America’s

Center. The final program will

detail the location of specific events.

ABSTRACTS:

A NEW PERSPECTIVE

Printed abstract books will no

longer be offered. Instead, the

abstracts will be available electronically

to all on the public side of

SAAweb approximately one month

before the meeting. They will be

posted in a searchable pdf format

so that you may browse/print at

your leisure.

On site, close to the Exhibit Hall,

premiering at the 75 th Anniversary

Meeting will be an Abstract Viewing

Center where you will be able

to reference the abstracts at your

convenience through a bank of

computers provided for that purpose.

The Society would like to

thank the Center for Desert

Archaeology and Desert Archaeology

Inc. for its sponsorship of the

new Abstract Viewing Center.

Without their generous support,

this would not have been possible.

ANNIVERSARY SHINDIG

Come and join us at the 75 th Anniversary

Shindig, Saturday, April 17, opening

with the Native American drum

group, Horse Stealing Moon Singers,

from 8 pm–8:30 pm and sharing the

evening with a local dj and your favorite

dancing tunes— selected by SAA members

for SAA members from 8:30 pm

until midnight. Have a piece of anniversary

cake and coffee/tea (included in

admission) and/or purchase a drink at

the cash bar. Most importantly, come

celebrate SAA’s past as a prelude to its

future. This event can accommodate

500 attendees. Tickets required at $7.50

each.

BADGE USE

In St. Louis, as is now customary, badge

use will be mandatory. Attendees are

asked to display their badges to attend

meeting events, as badge checkers will

be monitoring access to SAA space at

the America’s Center. Thank you in

advance for your assistance.

CHILD CARE AVAILABLE!

For the 75 th Anniversary Meeting,

SAA has contracted with Accent on

Children’s Arrangements Inc. to

provide child care throughout the

meeting. Registration for the Camp

SAA child care program is directly

through the provider. For registration

information, fees, and schedule,

please use the following web

link:

www.accentoca.com/campsaa10

FILM FEST 7.5

The SAA 7.5 Film Fest will be held in

the Exhibit Hall on Friday, April 16,

2010 during the 75th Anniversary

Meeting.

Submitting a DVD is simple and the

entry fee is only $7.50, which includes

one free Film Fest T- shirt! Any SAA

member can submit a film and the top

films will be recognized with awards at

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the Annual Business Meeting on Friday,

April 16, 2010. Details on page 9.

GUEST BADGES

Guest Badges were initiated for immediate

family members who are nonarchaeologists

and who need access to

the meeting venue as guests of meeting

registrants. Guest badges are available

only to immediate family members of

a registered meeting attendee (assuming

the guest is a non- archaeologist).

Immediate family includes spouse/partner,

parents, and children. Friends, colleagues,

and other relatives are not eligible

for guest badges. The registrant

must purchase a guest badge which the

guest must display at the meeting

venue. Guest badges simply provide

access to the meeting venue. Guests are

not “meeting attendees.” Guest badges

will be available both through the

advance and on- site registration

process. If a guest badge is to be purchased

on site (as opposed to through

advance registration), the meeting

registrant must accompany the guest

to registration. A separate form is

available for guest badge registration.

Accompanied children 12 years of age

or under are not required to display a

guest badge. Unaccompanied children

may not attend the annual meeting.

SILENT AUCTION

The Silent Auction is back! Be sure

to visit the Native American Scholarships

Silent Auction in Booth

335. Proceeds go to Native American

Scholarships. Donations to the

auction are enthusiastically welcomed!

You can drop items at the

booth during exhibit hours on

Thursday or Friday.

WEDNESDAY

Attention ALL SAA student members,

new members, first- time meeting attendees,

and SAA’s committee and task

force volunteers— just for you—a welcome

reception. You are invited to gath-


er on Wednesday evening for an unparalleled

opportunity. Come meet and

greet SAA officers and board members.

Network and gain valuable information

about the opportunities and activities

within the SAA community. Please be

sure to register for this event at the Renaissance

St. Louis Grand.

THURSDAY

Look for SAA’s Interest Group meetings on

Thursday evening. The summary schedule

has all interest group meetings detailed.

Note the exploratory meeting for the formation

of an LGBT Archaeologists Interest

Group from 5 pm-6 pm on Thursday.

Vote for your favorite poster at the

annual State Archaeology Week/Month

Poster Contest! The posters will be on

display in the Exhibit Hall (Hall 1) at

the America’s Center beginning 9:00

am, Thursday, April 15. You may vote

from Thursday morning until 12:00 pm

on Friday, April 16. Your ballot will be

included in your registration packet.

Please stop by and vote.

FRIDAY

Don’t miss the SAA Annual Business

Meeting and Awards Ceremony from

5:00 pm–6:30 pm on Friday evening!

SAA award recipients will be announced

in the front of the Final Program available

at registration. Please come and celebrate

with the awardees at the America’s

Center.

SATURDAY

CRM EXPO

It’s back and stronger than ever! The

CRM EXPO is sponsored by ACRA

and the SAA Consulting Archaeology

Committee. Scheduled between 1:00

and 4:00 pm, the Expo showcases CRM

companies large and small from across

the country. This is an excellent opportunity

to learn more about important

CRM projects in your region, meet firm

principals, and inquire about employment

opportunities in the CRM field.

HOTEL INFORMATION

A portion of each room night is contributed

toward the rental of the Convention

Center.

Hotel reservations must be made directly

with the hotels with the methods

detailed for each property.

A special opportunity for you!!!! Register

at either the headquarters hotel or

the student hotel for the SAA meeting

by January 21, 2010, and your name

will be entered into an SAA drawing for

an incomparable prize— a one year

membership in SAA! Make your room

reservation today! There will be separate

drawings for the headquarters hotel

and the student property.

HEADQUARTERS HOTEL

The Renaissance St. Louis Grand

(across the street from the America’s

Center convention center) is the headquarters

hotel for the 75 th Anniversary

Meeting.

Renaissance St. Louis Grand

800 Washington Ave.

St. Louis, MO 63101

Reservations Cutoff Date:

March 19, 2010

Rate for SAA: $174 sgl/dbl

Daily Parking for Hotel Guests: (subject

to change) $14 (self- parking);

$27(valet)

For Reservations (Via the Web or By

Phone)

� Via the Web (There are live links on

SAAweb –www.saa.org)

For SAA- rate rooms:

http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/s

tldt?groupCode=saasaaa&app=resvlink

&fromDate=4/12/10&toDate=4/19/10

� By Phone

Please call 1-800-397-1282 (North

America) or 1-314-621-9600 (worldwide)

and use the following corporate

code for the SAA room rate: saasaaaa

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GOVERNMENT- RATE ROOMS

A limited number of rooms at the Renaissance

St. Louis Grand has been

blocked for government attendees at the

prevailing government rate. Government

guests must present a government

ID to qualify for this rate. Please use the

specific online link provided for

government- rate rooms:

http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/s

tldt?groupCode=sagsaga&app=resvlink

&fromDate=4/12/10&toDate=4/19/10

or use the corporate code sagsaga when

reserving by phone (numbers above).

STUDENT HOUSING

The student room block has been

reserved at:

Hampton Inn— Gateway Arch

333 Washington Avenue

St. Louis, MO 63102

This hotel is located a few short blocks

down the street from the Renaissance

Grand and the America’s Center. You

will enjoy the complimentary breakfast,

free internet access, and business center,

among the many amenities of this

newly renovated property.

Student rate: $124 sgl/dbl/triple/quad

Students must present valid student IDs

at check- in. Please use the link below to

reserve. The cut- off date for reservations

is March 19, 2010, but remember, the

student rooms fill quickly, first- come,

first served. Reserve by clicking on the

link below (There is a live link on

SAAweb):

http://hamptoninn.hilton.com/en/hp/gr

oups/personalized /STLDTHX- ARC-

20100412/index.jhtml

CHILD CARE

For the 75 th Anniversary Meeting, SAA

has contracted with Accent on Children’s

Arrangements Inc. to provide

child care throughout the meeting. Registration

for the Camp SAA child care

program is directly through the

provider. For registration information,


fees, and schedule, please use the following

web link:

www.accentoca.com/campsaa10

The registration deadline for Camp

SAA is April 2, 2010. Child care is

scheduled for the following hours:

Wednesday, April 14, 2010 6 pm–10 pm

Thursday, April 15, 2010 7:30 am–10:30 pm

Friday, April 16, 2010 7:30 am-7:00 pm

Saturday, April 17, 2010 7:30 am–10:30 pm

Sunday, April 18, 2010 7:30 am–12:30 pm

The schedule was developed to ensure

care during all session times, the Annual

Business Meeting, and Awards Ceremony

as well as a portion of the 75 th

Anniversary Shindig on Saturday night.

Registration forms and payments are

sent directly to Camp SAA, Accent on

Children’s Arrangements Inc. Should

you have questions that are not

answered on the Camp SAA website set

up by Accent on Children’s Arrangements,

you may reach them by phone at

504-524-0188.

FLYING TO ST. LOUIS AND

AIRPORT TRANSFERS

SAA no longer selects official airlines, as

web fares are the least expensive. To get

from Lambert International Airport to

the headquarters and student properties,

in addition to taxis, there are other economical

options:

� MetroLink light rail system connects

the airport to downtown. There are two

airport stations, in the Main and East

terminals. The Convention Center

MetroLink stop is midway between the

Renaissance and the Hampton Inn. The

MetroLink stop is at 6 th and Washington.

The Renaissance is at 8 th and Washington,

and the Hampton Inn–Gateway

Arch is at 4 th and Washington. The current

cost one way from the airport to

downtown is $3.75. The trip takes

approximately 35 minutes. (www.metrostlouis.org)

� GO BEST Express, a shared ride van

shuttle service is the “Official Ground

Transportation Company for Lambert

International Airport.” SAA discounted

Fares are $17 one way or $32 roundtrip.

In order to receive the SAA discount,

you will need to make reservations

online at http://www.gobestexpress.com/.

In the gray box where it asks for your

“convention, group or corporate booking

ID,” please use in the following ID:

saa

Please note that the SAA rate will not

be available once you arrive in St. Louis

if you have not made advance reservations

online.

DISCOUNTED CAR RENTAL

Hertz has been designated as the official

car rental company for the 75th

Anniversary Meeting in St. Louis, Missouri.

Reservations may be booked

using this number: CV#02Z70007

online at hertz.com or when calling 1-

800-654-2240 in the U.S. and Canada.

Others may call 1-405-749-4434.

When booking reservations through

Hertz Reservations, please reference the

Meeting Number CV#02Z70007 or

identify yourself as attending the SAA

75 th Anniversary Meeting.

MEETING REGISTRATION

Meeting registration is required to

attend or participate in the 75th

Anniversary Meeting. Advance registration

is strongly recommended—you’ll

avoid on- site lines, realize savings on

registration fees, and improve your

chances of admission into certain ticketed

events. Advance registration forms

must be received in the SAA office no

later than March 15, 2010. After that

date, you must register on site, and

on- site rates apply.

Advance registrants may pick up a registration

packet including their badge

(required for admission to all SAA

session space in the America’s Center,

the exhibit hall, workshops, and

excursions) along with the tickets to

those events requiring additional fees

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and tickets and a copy of the program at

the Advance Registration desk.

Guest badges are available only to

immediate family members of a registered

meeting attendee (assuming the

guest is a non- archaeologist). Immediate

family includes spouse/partner, parents,

and children. Friends and colleagues are

not eligible for guest badges. Guest

badges simply provide access to the

meeting venue. Guests are not “meeting

attendees.” Guest badges will be available

through advance registration as

well as on site. The SAA registrant

must accompany the guest to register

on site. Accompanied children 12 years

of age or under are not required to display

a guest badge. Unaccompanied

children may not attend the annual

meeting. No children may accompany

attendees on SAA excursions.

Program participants were required to

register for the meeting when proposals

were submitted and should not pay the

registration fee a second time. The

Advance Registration form should be

used by program participants to make

reservations for events such as the workshops,

excursions, receptions, and of

course, the Anniversary Shindig!

TO REGISTER ONLINE

Credit card payment only —

There is a button on the front

page of SAAweb that will lead you to

the online registration form. Please follow

the simple online registration

instructions.

TO REGISTER BY MAIL


Complete the registration form

included in this brochure and

return with payment to Society for

American Archaeology P.O. Box

821123, Philadelphia, PA 19182-1123.

When registering by mail, the following

forms of payment are accepted: (a)

check or money order, in U.S. funds

drawn on a U.S. bank, payable to SAA;

(b) VISA, MasterCard, or American

Express credit cards.


TO REGISTER BY FAX

Credit card payment only —

Complete the registration

form and fax to +1 202/789-0284. If

you register by fax, do not send a registration

form by mail. Doing so may

cause a duplicate charge to your credit

card.

TO REGISTER ON SITE

You are welcome to register at

the meeting, but you may not

use the Advance Registration form, and

prices will be higher. After March 15,

you must register on site, and on- site

rates apply.

CONFIRMATIONS

Registrations received by March 15,

2010 will be confirmed by email. Please

bring your confirmation with you when

picking up your registration packet.

REGISTRATION DESK

Registration will be in the America’s

Center:

Wednesday April 14 2:00 pm–8:00 pm

Thursday April 15 7:00 am–8:00 pm

(Note extended hours!)

Friday April 16 7:00 am–4:00 pm

Saturday April 17 7:00 am–5:00 pm

Sunday April 18 7:00 am–8:00 am

REGISTRATION REFUNDS

Requests to refund registration fees will

be considered if received in writing at

SAA headquarters by March 15, 2010.

A $25 processing fee will be retained.

Program participants are not eligible for

refunds after December 1, 2009.

Refund requests will be processed after

the meeting. “No shows” receive no

refund.

ABSTRACTS

Printed abstract books will no longer be

offered. Instead, the abstracts will be

available electronically to all on the public

side of SAAweb approximately once

month before the meeting. They will be

posted in a searchable pdf format so that

you may browse/print at your leisure.

On site, close to the Exhibit Hall, premiering

at the 75 th Anniversary Meeting

will be an Abstract Viewing Center

where you will be able to reference the

abstracts at your convenience through a

bank of computers provided for that

purpose. The Society would like to

thank the Center for Desert Archaeology

and Desert Archaeology Inc. for its

sponsorship of the new Abstract Viewing

Center. Without their generous support,

this would not have been possible.

ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING

AND AWARDS CELEBRATION

Please plan to attend the annual business

meeting and awards presentations

at 5:00 pm on Friday, April 16 at the

America’s Center.

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE

SAA’s Employment Service Center

(ESC) will again be available to members

at the 75th Anniversary Meeting.

The ESC provides the resources you

need to find the perfect match— job

announcements posted for maximum

visibility, résumés available for on- site

review, and reserved interview space.

The ESC hours are:

Wednesday April 14 2:00 pm–8:00 pm

Thursday April 15 8:00 am–6:00 pm

Friday April 16 8:00 am–4:00 pm

Saturday April 17 8:00 am–5:00 pm

Sunday April 18 8:00 am–11:00 am

For details on the ESC, contact Keisan

Griffith- Roberts at SAA headquarters,

900 Second Street NE, Suite 12, Washington,

DC 20002-3560; email: keisan_ -

griffith- roberts@saa.org; fax: +1 202/789-

0284; telephone: +1 202/789-8200.

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EXHIBITS

Visit the SAA Exhibit Hall (Hall 1) at the

America’s Center convention center—

you’ll be sure to find all of the latest archaeological

publications, products, and services

you need! The exhibit hall hours are:

Thursday April 15 9:00 am–5:00 pm

Friday April 16 9:00 am–5:00 pm

Saturday April 17 9:00 am–5:00 pm

If you’re interested in

� Archaeological journals, books, and

monographs

� Archaeological illustration

� Continuing education courses in CRM

� Laser- based surveying technology

� Mapping software

� Public education materials

and much, much more, then the SAA

Exhibit Hall is the place for you! For a

list of those companies who have

already reserved booth space, check the

box on page 7.

While you’re in the Exhibit Hall, be

sure to stop by the SAA Booth which

will feature information on SAA member

benefits and publications including

those exciting new titles from The SAA

Press. Pick up those books from The

SAA Press at special Anniversary Meeting

prices (available all year)! Don’t miss

browsing through SAA’s newest titles,

especially the Anniversary volume, Voices

in American Archaeology!

Also at the booth— the largest ever

Anniversary Meeting SAAgear

sale/closeout. Incredibly low prices.

Stop by and pick up your gear while

supplies last. All gear is priced to sell.

ROUNDTABLES

Launched at the 60 th meeting in 1995,

roundtable luncheons have become a

fixture in the program. This year, the

table hosts have been selected from the

authors of chapter in the anniversary

volume, Voices in American Archaeology.

Thanks to our generous sponsors, all of

whom are listed on page 8, the cost of

these lunches has been cut substantially,

making them available to a broader

group of attendees. Please see the details

under the Friday Special Events section.


EXHIBIT LIST

As of November 11, the companies listed below have already reserved exhibit booth

space for the 75th Anniversary Meeting. This list is continually growing, so be sure to

check the Meetings section of SAAweb (http://www.saa.org) for the latest update!

AltaMira Press

AMEC

American Anthropological Association

American Cultural Resources Association

American Rock Art Research Association

Beta Analytic Inc.

Cambridge University Press

Cotsen Institute of Archaeology

Council of Affiliated Societies

David Brown Book Company

EM-Assist

Faculty of Archaeology - Leiden University

Florida Public Archaeology Network

Forensic Archaeology Recovery (FAR)

GEM Systems Inc.

Geo-Marine, Inc.

Geometrics

Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc.

GNS Science / Rafter Radiocarbon

Harvard University Press / Peabody Museum Press

Innov-X Systems

International Monographs in Prehistory

Jack Scott Archaeological Illustration

Missouri Archaeological Society, Inc.

National Geographic Society

Native American Scholarships Fund

Oxford University Press

Paleo Research Institute

Project Archaeology

Radiocarbon

Rock Art in Watercolors, LLC

Routledge

Sanity Silversmithing

School for Advanced Research Press

Society for Historical Archaeology

Statistical Research, Inc.

Texas A&M University Press

Thames & Hudson, Inc.

The University of Alabama Press

The University of Arizona Press

The University of Utah Press

University of California Press

University of Iowa Press

University of Leicester

University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

University of Pittsburgh Latin American Archaeology Publications

University of Texas Press

University of York Department of Archaeology

University Press of Colorado

University Press of Florida

Wiley-Blackwell

World Archaeological Congress

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OPENING SESSION

Wednesday Evening, April 14, 2010

6:00–9:00 pm

6:00–6:30: Native American Welcome

Blessing

Archaeology Now: Intersections of

Theory, Method, and Practice in the

21st Century

Organizer: James E. Snead

Chair: James E. Snead

Participants: Elizabeth Arkush; Matt

Liebmann; Dawnie Steadman; Monica

L. Smith

Traditional archaeological activity has

been subdivided into discrete

categories— that are only occasionally

subject to synthetic discussion. This

balkanization has several negative

effects, including theory with little reference

to data and methodological

incantations that strip the past of

nuance or relevance. Recent efforts to

re- integrate the various aspects of

research in creative ways, however,

acknowledge the unity of archaeological

practice. This symposium presents five

different projects that engage these different

“intersections”: selected to represent

different theoretical perspectives

and research contexts, they collectively

present a portrait of “archaeology now”

that provides promise of good and

important things to come.

QUESTIONS?

Allow us to help! If you have questions

about the meeting, please contact the

SAA staff by calling +1 202/789-8200.

Fax us your questions at +1 202/789-

0284, or email us at meetings@saa.org.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Please indicate your choices in the special

events section of the Advance Registration

form, and submit applicable payment

with your meeting registration fees. Only

registered meeting participants may attend

special event, except as noted.


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14

A Welcome Reception

Students, new members, first- time

Annual Meeting attendees, committee

and task force chairs, and members are

invited to a reception on Wednesday

evening at 9:00 pm. The Society’s Board

of Directors, as hosts, will provide a

drink ticket for those registered for the

reception; you may exchange your drink

ticket for a soft drink or use it toward

the purchase of an alcoholic beverage (if

of age). Please use the Advance Registration

Form to register for this event.

FRIDAY, APRIL 16

Roundtable Luncheon

The roundtables are back! They will be

held from 12 pm–1 pm with a maximum

of 10 individuals, including hosts,

per table. This year the hosts are drawn

from the authors of chapters in Voices in

American Archaeology edited by Barbara

Mills, Dorothy Lippert, and Wendy

Ashmore, a title premiering in St. Louis

from The SAA Press. This volume, celebrating

the SAA 75 th Anniversary Meeting,

highlights the proactive work of the

Society. Diverse voices in the Society

shape the goals in such work, and

author selection seeks to recognize the

multiplicity of those voices. Authors

address select topics that contribute

importantly to larger dialogues among

archaeologists and with wider publics.

Each chapter considers a specific topic,

situating it within circumstances from

which its significance arises, critically

assessing archaeology’s pertinent accomplishments

(and problems), and offering

programmatic remarks about its future.

Lunch will feature pasta with smoked

chicken, dessert, and iced tea. A vegetarian

option will also be available. $5.25

per person; registration required. Please

note that tickets are available through

advance registration now and on site

only until 5pm on Wednesday, April

14 (Registration on site opens at 2pm

Wednesday). Please reserve your seat

now!

ROUNDTABLE LUNCHEON SPONSORS

SAA wishes to thank our generous sponsors, whose support has made the roundtable

luncheons more accessible to meeting attendees by cutting the cost significantly. Those

sponsors are:

Wendy Ashmore

Roundtable List

1. Communities and

Collaborations— Stephen Silliman

2. Crossing Boundaries: A Perspective

from the Americas’ Far South—

Jose Luis Lanata

3. Eliminating Inequalities: Social

Movements and the Practices of

Archaeology in the United States—

Robert Paynter and Maria Franklin

4. In the Public Interest: Changing

the Stories We Tell— Barbara Little

5. Should Archaeologists Ever Be

Social Activists?—Larry Zimmerman

6. NAGPRA and the SAA: Conflict,

Accommodation, and the New face

of North American Archaeology

Michael Wilcox

7. Life on the Edge: Interdisciplinary

Archaeology— Jane Buikstra

8. Is Trans- disciplinarity the Art of

Pleasing Everyone? —Sander van

der Leeuw

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Anonymous

South Carolina Institute of Archaeology

Teresita Majewski

Anthropology Department, Washington University - St. Louis

Archaeology of the Americas Digital Monograph Initiative

ASU School of Human Evolution and Social Change

Center for Archaeological Investigations, Southern Illinois University of Carbondale

Department of Anthropology, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Frances Hayashida, Dept. of Anthropology, Univ. of New Mexico

Gray & Pape, Inc.

Michigan State University - Department of Anthropology

Mississippi State University Cobb Institute of Archaeology

Panamerican Consultants, Inc.

Penn State Department of Anthropology

SHUMLA - Archeological Research and Education Center

Statistical Research, Inc.

The University of Alabama - Anthropology Department

UCLA Cotsen Institute of Archaeology

UCSB Anthropology

UNC Charlotte

University of Colorado at Boulder

University of Utah

Washington State University - Anthropology Department

9. Sharing Our Voice: Publishing

Archaeology in the 21 st Century—

Mitch Allen

10. Finding Our Voice: Writing

Archaeology in the 21 st Century—

Rosemary Joyce

11. Are You Experienced? Preparing for

a Career in CRM, Historic Preservation

and Beyond— Jeffrey

Altschul

12. Likely Job Market Trends and

Strategies— Tom Patterson

13. Future Connections, Future

Communities— Joe Watkins

SAA 75th ANNIVERSARY

SHINDIG!

Saturday April 17, 2010 8pm–12am

Renaissance Grand St. Louis

Tickets — $7.50!


SAA 7.5 FILM FEST

The SAA 7.5 Film Fest will be held in the Exhibit

Hall on Friday, April 16, 2010 during the 75th

Anniversary Meeting.

Submitting a DVD is simple and the entry fee is only

$7.50, which includes one free Film Fest T- shirt! Any

SAA member can submit a film and the top films will

be recognized with awards at the Annual Business

Meeting on Friday, April 16, 2010.

Here is all you need to do:

* Make sure your video is less than 7.5 minutes in length, record it on a

DVD, and place the title of your film and your name(s) both on the

DVD case and at the beginning of the film.

* Mail your video along with a completed entry form (available on

SAAweb— www.saa.org/filmfest) and your $7.50 entry fee to the SAA

office no later than February 26, 2010 to the address below:

Society for American Archaeology

ATTN: Meghan Tyler

900 2nd St. NE, Suite #12

Washington, DC 20002-3560

All films will be viewed by a blue- ribbon panel of judges and those selected as

finalists will be screened during the Friday Film Fest at the 75th Anniversary

Meeting in St. Louis. Films can have a soundtrack in English, Spanish, Portuguese,

or French.

Additional Information:

* Any DVD submitted will not be returned

* By submitting a DVD you give SAA permission to screen, judge, and

show the film at the 7.5 Film Fest

* Submitting a DVD gives SAA explicit permission to post the film on the

internet, should SAA decide to do so

Licensing and Copyright Permissions:

* If your film contains any music, you must provide SAA with proof that

you have complied with licensing laws

* If your film contains any photos, images, or clips that you do not own,

you must provide a copy of the required permissions to SAA

* If your film contains any recognizable individuals, you must provide a

copy of the permission obtained from each individual to SAA

And one last detail – you must pay for your film entry ($7.50) when you

submit your DVD with your entry form. No provision is made to pay for

film fest entries on the general meeting registration form.

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SATURDAY, APRIL 17

Come and join us at the Anniversary

Shindig, opening with the Native American

drum group, Horse Stealing Moon

Singers, from 8 pm–8:30 pm and sharing

the evening with a local dj and your

favorite dancing tunes— selected by

SAA members for SAA members from

8:30 am until midnight. Have a piece of

anniversary cake and coffee/tea (included

in admission) and/or purchase a

drink at the cash bar. Most importantly,

come celebrate SAA’s past as a prelude

to its future. This event can accommodate

500 attendees. Sign up Now! Tickets

will also be sold in St. Louis until

Saturday 10 am at on- site registration.

EXCURSIONS

Please indicate your choices in the excursions

section of the Advance Registration

Form and submit applicable payment

with your meeting registration fees. If a

guest is accompanying a registered

attendee on an excursion, the guest must

be registered (as a guest) and must also

purchase an excursion ticket. Attendees

may be accompanied only by adult

guests on the excursions.

In order for an excursion to go forward,

the bus must be filled during

the advance registration process.

Please sign up soon!

All participants in SAA tours will be

required to sign a release of claims

prior to boarding the bus. No participant

will be able to board without a

completed release of claims form. The

forms will be in your registration

packet as well as available from staff

at the time you board. A sample form

is included here for your information.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14

American Bottom Mound Tour

1:00 pm–5:00 pm; maximum 42 persons;

$18.00

Join us on this bus tour as we venture

outside Cahokia to examine the ancient

landscape surrounding the ancient city.


Within blocks just north of the meeting

hotel there once thrived an American

Indian town of we call the St. Louis

Mound Group and the nearby Big

Mound. We begin this adventure with a

discussion of the ongoing preservation

efforts by local organizations such the

Powell Archaeological Research Center

and the lead national organization, the

Archaeological Conservancy. Through

the leadership of Congressman Russ

Carnahan this has resulted in the recent

acquisition of the St. Louis Sugar Loaf

Mound by the Osage Nation. We will

be visiting this location along with other

town- and- mound complexes such as

Pulcher, which along with Cahokia, is

one of the earliest centers of ritual activity

at the beginning of the eleventh century.

Our journey takes us north to perhaps

the latest town, Mitchell.

Eventually we return south past

Cahokia along the National Highway

Sample Release of Claims

I agree and acknowledge that I am participating in the [name of tour]

(“Tour”) on my own accord. I give this acknowledgement freely and knowingly

and I represent and warrant to you that I am physically and mentally fit and

that, as a result, able to participate, and I do hereby assume responsibility for

my own well-being.

I am fully aware that possible physical injury might occur to me as a

result of my participation, and I agree to assume the full risk, including risk

which is not specifically foreseeable, of any injuries, including death, damages

or loss regardless of severity, which I may sustain as a result of participating in

any and all activities connected with or associated with the Tour.

In consideration of the right to participate in the Tour, I hereby waive

any and all rights or claims I may have as a result of participation in the Tour

against the Society for American Archaeology and their respective directors,

officers, employees, members, staff, and all individuals assisting in instructing

and conducting these activities, and I hereby fully release and discharge them

from any and all claims resulting from injuries, including death, damages or

loss, which may accrue to me or my heirs arising out of or in any way con -

nected with my participation in the Tour.

I further agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the Society

for American Archaeology, and their respective directors, officers, employees,

members, staff, and all individuals assisting in instructing and conducting these

activities, from any and all claims resulting from injuries, including death,

damages, or loss, which may accrue to me or my heirs arising out of or in any

way connected with my participation in the Tour.

Signed: _______________________________________________________

Print Name: ___________________________________________________

Date: ________________________________________________________

and the recently designated Mounds

Heritage Trail into the ancient town

buried beneath the backyards and alleys

of East St. Louis. Here we have an

opportunity to step out and discuss the

efforts that are underway to preserve

parts of the site as green space for use by

the citizens of East St. Louis. Your tour

leader is Dr. John E. Kelly, Washington

University of St. Louis.

Missouri Botanical Garden

1:30 pm–4:00 pm; maximum 26 persons;

$38.00

Enjoy nature at its finest at the Missouri

Botanical Garden. The oldest botanical

garden in the country and a National

Historic Landmark, the Garden has

been internationally recognized for horticulture,

education and scientific

research since it’s founding in 1859.

A private guided tram tour will wind its

way through the 79 acres of flora from a

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variety of diverse climates. Visit the

newly renovated Climatron, the first

geodesic dome greenhouse based on

Buckminster Fuller’s futuristic design.

Included is a visit to the 14-acre Japanese

Garden, considered one of the finest

outside Japan. There will also be time to

explore your favorite areas on your own.

Visit the grand plaza overlooking the

three large reflecting lily pools and the

Milles Sculpture Garden. For more

advance information on the treasures of

the Botanical Garden, please visit

http://www.mobot.org/.

Please note that a second tour of the

Botanical Garden is offered on Saturday,

April 17.

FRIDAY, APRIL 16

Cahokia Mounds

12:00 pm–4:00 pm; maximum 46 persons;

$18.00— transportation to Cahokia

The Cahokia Mounds State Historic

Site is located a short drive east from St.

Louis. With over 100 earthen mounds,

the site was the largest pre- Columbian

settlement north of central Mexico and

it was the center of one of the most

densely settled regions in ancient America.

Cahokia is one of the premiere

archaeological sites in the Mid-

Continent and holds the distinction of

being listed as a UNESCO World Heritage

Site. The world- class Interpretive

Center with its award- winning orientation

show, exhibits, and dioramas, and

the excellent gift shop provides the

jumping off point for several forms of

self- guided tours that allow visitors to

experience the landscape at their own

pace. Newly acquired iPod Touch tours

take visitors through the exhibits and

three outside tour trails that include

stops at Monks Mound and the Stockade;

the Grand Plaza, Twin Mounds and

Mound 72; and the Woodhenge reconstruction.

iPods may be rented from the

Gift Shop for $5. There are also free

cassette tape tours for the three trails

available from the Information Desk

and guidebooks for the three trails for

$1 in the Gift Shop. Don’t miss the

opportunity to experience this unique

archaeological site and see sweeping vis-


tas of the St. Louis region by climbing

the 156 steps to the top of 100 foothigh

Monks Mound, the largest prehistoric

earthwork in the Americas. Learn

more about the site at www.cahokiamounds.org.

Your tour will allow you

three hours to explore Cahokia.

Please note that there are additional

tours being offered to Cahokia on Saturday,

April 17.

SATURDAY, APRIL 17

Cahokia Mounds

On Saturday, there will be three additional

tours to Cahokia available, each

$18.00 per person to cover transportation

costs. All tours allow participants to

spend three hours at Cahokia before

returning. You must come and go with

the tour for which you are registered.

The tour schedule for Saturday is:

Cahokia Tour S1 — 8:30 am–12:30 pm

Cahokia Tour S2 — 10:30 am–2:30 pm

Cahokia Tour S3 — 1:00 pm–5:00 pm

Please see the full description for this

tour above— Cahokia Mounds Friday,

April 16.

Missouri Botanical Garden

1:30 pm–4:00 pm; maximum 26 persons;

$38.00

Please see the full description for this

tour above — Missouri Botanical

Garden, Wednesday, April 14.

WORKSHOPS

SAA workshops provide continuing education

on a wide range of practical issues

relevant to the professional archaeological

community. These workshops have limited

enrollments, so sign up soon! As noted, specific

workshops are open to both meeting

attendees and those not attending the

meeting. Note the special reduced fees for

student attendees!

FRIDAY, APRIL 16

Introduction to Video Production for

Archaeologists

8:00 am–12:00 pm; maximum 30 persons;

$79 SAA annual meeting attendees;

$59 student meeting attendees; $99 nonannual

meeting attendees (Sponsored by

the Public Education Committee)

This very basic introductory workshop

will introduce participants to useful tips

and tools on how to plan, produce, and

ultimately publish archaeological videos

online. The workshop will include

demonstrations of video production

hardware and software, sample videos,

and tips and techniques from The

Archaeology Channel.

Facilitators: Donna Byczkiewicz, San

Diego State University, Richard Pettigrew

Archaeological Legacy Institute,

and Renata B. Wolynec, Edinboro University

of Pennsylvania

Soil Chemistry Archaeochemical

Workshop

8:00 am–12:00 pm; maximum 30 persons;

$79 SAA annual meeting attendees;

$59 student meeting attendees; $99 nonannual

meeting attendees

Chemistry has always been an effective

tool for the modern archaeologist. With

the development of new technology,

chemical analysis is becoming increasingly

easier, cheaper, and thus more

important. This workshop is designed

to give the practicing archaeologist a

basic working understanding of the

chemical principles that are applicable

and specific to archaeology. The class is

targeted to those who have no previous

background in chemistry. Topics covered:

“Elements and Molecules, or

What is That Stuff

Anyway?” “Chemical Statistics or

Understanding All That Gibberish That

Came Back From the Lab,” and “Soil

Chemistry or “Getting Information

When You Can’t See a Thing.” Topics

will be presented in a combination of

lecture and hands- on demonstrations.

Participants are encouraged to bring

their own specimens for non- destructive

analysis. The specimens should be solids

(not liquids) and about 10 grams of

material or a surface area about 3/4-inch

square. On site there will be portable X-

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Ray Fluorescence (XRF), simple pH

devices and possibly other portable field

equipment.

Instructors: Dr. Claudia L. Brackett,

Country Chemist and Richard J.

Lundin, Director,Wondjina Research

Institute

SUMMARY SCHEDULE

MONDAY, APRIL 12

9:00 am–4:30 pm

NPS Archaeologists Workshop

(by invitation)

1:00 pm–5:00 pm

USDA Forest Service Heritage Program

Meeting

(by invitation)

1:30 pm–5:30 pm

US Air Force Cultural Resources Managers

Workshop

(by invitation)

1:30 pm–5:30 pm

USDA/NRCS Resource Coordinators and

Specialists National Workshop

(by invitation)

TUESDAY, APRIL 13

7:00 am–6:00 pm

Paleoanthropology Society Annual Meeting

(separate registration required)

7:30 am–5:30 pm

US Air Force Cultural Resources Managers

Workshop (cont.)

(by invitation)

7:30 am–5:30 pm

USDA/NRCS Resource Coordinators and

Specialists National Workshop (cont.)

(by invitation)

8:00 am–5:00 pm

USDA Forest Service Heritage Program

Meeting (cont.)

(by invitation)

8:30 am–5:00 pm

US Army Corps of Engineers Cultural

Resource Specialists Meeting

8:30 am–5:00 pm

USDA Forest Service Heritage Leadership

Meeting (cont.)

9:00 am–4:30 pm

NPS Archaeologists Workshop (cont.)

(by invitation)

SUMMARY SCHEDULE


1:00 pm–5:30 pm

Association of Transportation Archaeologists

Annual Meeting

4:00 pm–6:15 pm

Paleoanthropology Society Annual Meeting

Poster Session

(separate registration for Paleoanthropology

Society meeting)

6:00 pm–9:00 pm

SAA Executive Committee Meeting

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14

2:00 pm–8:00 pm

Meeting Registration

6:00 pm–10:00 pm

Child care Available through

Accent on Children’s Arrangements, Inc.

7:00 am–8:00 am

SAA Board of Directors—New Board

Member Orientation

7:30 am–5:30 pm

US Air Force Cultural Resource Managers

Workshop (cont.)

(by invitation)

7:30 am–5:30 pm

USDA/NRCS National Cultural Resource

Coordinators and Specialists Workshop (cont.)

(by invitation)

8:00 am–12:00 pm

USDA Forest Service Heritage Leadership

Meeting (cont.)

8:00 am–5:15 pm

SAA Board of Directors Meeting

8:00 am–5:30 pm

Association of Transportation Archaeologists

Annual Meeting (cont.)

8:00 am–6:30 pm

Paleoanthropology Society Annual Meeting

(cont.)

(separate registration required)

8:30 am–5:00 pm

Annual Project Archaeology Meeting

8:30 am–5:00 pm

US Army Corps of Engineers Cultural

Resource Specialists Meeting (cont.)

9:00 am–4:30 pm

NPS Archaeologists Workshop (cont.)

(by invitation)

9:00 am–5:00 pm

Press Office

1:00 pm–5:00 pm

National Association of State Archaeologists

Annual Meeting

1:00 pm−5:00 pm

Excursion American Bottom Mound Tour

1:30 pm−4:00 pm

Excursion Missouri Botanical Garden

2:00 pm–5:30 pm

RPA Board Meeting

2:00 pm–8:00 pm

Employment Service Center

5:30 pm–6:30 pm

Past President’s Advisory Board Reception

(by invitation)

6:00 pm–9:00 pm

Opening Session

9:00 pm–10:00 pm

Welcome Reception

(complimentary but ticket required)

THURSDAY, APRIL 15

7:00 am–8:00 pm

Meeting Registration

7:30 am–10:30 pm

Child care Available through

Accent on Children’s Arrangements, Inc.

7:30 am–12:00 pm

Preliminary Rounds of the Ethics Bowl

8:00 am–10:00 am

Council of Councils Meeting

8:00 am–12:00 pm

Symposia

8:00 am–6:00 pm

Employment Service Center

9:00 am–11:00 am

Poster Session

9:00 am–5:00 pm

Exhibit Hall

9:00 am–5:00 pm

Press Office

12:30 pm–2:30 pm

Poster Session

1:00 pm–3:00 pm

Ethics Bowl

1:00 pm–5:00 pm

Symposia

2:00 pm–3:00 pm

Fund Raising Committee Meeting

3:00 pm–5:00 pm

Poster Session

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4:00 pm–6:00 pm

Council of Affiliated Societies Annual

Business Meeting

4:00 pm–6:00 pm

Committee on Consulting Archaeology

Meeting

4:00 pm–6:00 pm

Committee on Curriculum Meeting

4:00 pm–6:00 pm

Committee on Ethics Meeting

4:00 pm–6:00 pm

Government Affairs Committee Meeting

4:00 pm–6:00 pm

Committee on Government Archaeology

Meeting

4:00 pm–6:00 pm

Investment and Finance Committee Meeting

4:00 pm–6:00 pm

Media Relations Committee Meeting

4:00 pm–6:00 pm

Membership Development Committee Meeting

4:00 pm–6:00 pm

Committee on Museums, Collections and

Curation Meeting

4:00 pm–6:00 pm

Native American Relations Committee

Meeting

4:00 pm–6:00 pm

Native American Scholarships Committee

Meeting

4:00 pm–6:00 pm

Public Education Committee Meeting

4:00 pm–6:00 pm

Committee on the Status of Women in

Archaeology (COSWA) Meeting

4:00 pm–6:00 pm

Student Affairs Committee Meeting

4:00 pm–6:00 pm

Student Paper Award Committee Meeting

5:00 pm–6:00 pm

Exploratory Meeting on the Formation of

the LGBT Archaeologists Interest Group

5:00 pm–6:00 pm

Society for Archaeological Sciences Business

Meeting

5:00 pm–6:30 pm

RPA Awards Reception

5:00 pm–6:30 pm

75 Years of Kiva: The Journal of

Southwestern Anthropology and History

Reception


5:30 pm–7:00 pm

Women’s Networking Reception

(WAIG/COSWA)

6:00 pm–7:00 pm

Digital Data Interest Group Meeting

6:00 pm–7:00 pm

Fiber Perishables Interest Group Meeting

6:00 pm–7:00 pm

Geoarchaeology Interest Group Meeting

6:00 pm–7:00 pm

History of Archaeology Interest Group Meeting

6:00 pm–7:00 pm

Interest Group on Indigenous Populations

Meeting

6:00 pm–7:00 pm

Prehistoric Quarry and Early Mines Interest

Group Meeting

6:00 pm–7:00 pm

Public Archaeology Interest Group Meeting

6:00 pm–7:00 pm

Rock Art Interest Group Meeting

6:00 pm–10:00 pm

Symposia

7:00 pm–7:30 pm

Women in Archaeology Interest Group Business

Meeting

FRIDAY, APRIL 16

7:00 am–4:00 pm

Meeting Registration

7:30 am–7:00 pm

Child care Available through

Accent on Children’s Arrangements, Inc.

Hours TBD

Film Fest 7.5!

8:00 am–12:00 pm

Archaeology Division of AAA Board Meeting

(by invitation)

8:00 am–12:00 pm

Workshop Soil Chemistry Archaeochemical

Workshop

8:00 am–12:00 pm

Workshop Introduction to Video Production

for Archaeologists

8:00 am–12:00 pm

Symposia

8:00 am–4:00 pm

Employment Service Center

9:00 am–11:00 am

Committee on the Americas Meeting

9:00 am–11:00 am

Poster Session

9:00 am–5:00 pm

Exhibit Hall

9:00 am–5:00 pm

Press Office

9:00 am–5:00 pm

Regional Meeting of the World

Archaeological Congress

12:00 pm–1:00 pm

Heritage Values Interest Group Meeting

12:00 pm−1:00 pm

Roundtable Luncheon

12:00 pm−4:00 pm

Excursion Cahokia Mounds

12:30 pm–2:30 pm

Poster Session

1:00 pm–3:00 pm

PEC State Network Coordinators Meeting

1:00 pm–5:00 pm

Symposia

1:30 pm–3:30 pm

Publications Committee Meeting

2:00 pm–4:00 pm

Repatriation Committee Meeting

3:00 pm–5:00 pm

Poster Session

3:30 pm–5:00 pm

International Association for Obsidian

Studies Annual Meeting

5:00 pm–6:30 pm

Awards Presentation and Annual Business

Meeting

6:30 pm–8:30 pm

Society for African Archaeology Reception

6:45 pm–9:45 pm

Center for American Archaeology Reception

SATURDAY, APRIL 17

7:00 am–5:00 pm

Meeting Registration

7:30 am–10:30 pm

Child care Available through

Accent on Children’s Arrangements, Inc.

7:00 am–8:00 am

Committee Chair/Interest Group Organizer

Breakfast with the Board

(by invitation)

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8:00 am–12:00 pm

Symposia

8:00 am–5:00 pm

Employment Service Center

8:15 am–4:45 pm

SAA Board of Directors Meeting

8:30 am−12:30 pm

Excursion Cahokia Mounds

9:00 am–5:00 pm

Press Office

9:00 am–11:00 am

Poster Session

9:00 am–5:00 pm

Exhibit Hall

10:30 am−2:30 pm

Excursion Cahokia Mounds

12:30 pm–2:30 pm

Poster Session

1:00 pm–5:00 pm

Symposia

1:00 pm–4:00 pm

CRM EXPO

(sponsored by ACRA and SAA’s Consulting

Archaeology Committee)

1:00 pm−5:00 pm

Excursion Cahokia Mounds

1:30 pm−4:00 pm

Excursion Missouri Botanical Garden

3:00 pm–5:00 pm

Poster Session

5:00 pm–6:30 pm

Society for East Asian Archaeology Meeting

8:00 pm–12:00 am

Anniversary Shindig

(ticket required)

SUNDAY, APRIL 18

7:00 am–8:00 am

Meeting Registration

7:30 am–12:30 pm

Child care Available through

Accent on Children’s Arrangements, Inc.

8:00 am–12:00 pm

Symposia

8:00 am–11:00 am

Employment Service Center

9:00 am–12:00 pm

Press Office


PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

The order of presentation of papers and reports

in the preliminary program is tentative; however,

scheduling in the final program will

remain approximately the same.

WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 14

Opening Session ARCHAEOLOGY NOW:

INTERSECTIONS OF THEORY, METHOD, AND

PRACTICE IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Organizer: James E. Snead

Chair: James E. Snead

Participants: Elizabeth Arkush; Matt Liebmann;

Dawnie Steadman; Monica L. Smith

THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 15

Symposium STONE HOES AND BAYONETS IN

THE AMERICAN BOTTOM: THE BEGINNINGS

OF MISSISSIPPIAN AND EARLY AMERICAN

FRONTIER OCCUPATIONS IN GRANITE CITY,

ILLINOIS

Organizer: Robin L. Machiran

Chairs: Robin L. Machiran & Joe Harl

Participants: Robin L. Machiran; John

Klein; Janet E Kneller and Sophie Kohn;

Zarley B. Zafe and Joseph Harl; Anthony

Machiran and Robin Machiran; Meredith

Hawkins

Symposium COMMON PROBLEMS, UNCOM-

MON SOLUTIONS? SPECIALIZATION, INTENSI-

FICATION AND DIVERSIFICATION IN

MEDITERRANEAN- TYPE AND ADJACENT

ENVIRONMENTS

Organizers: Tiina H. Manne & Britt

Starkovich

Chairs: Britt Starkovich & Tiina H. Manne

Participants: Tiina H. Manne and Nuno

Bicho; Britt Starkovich; Natalie D. Munro

and Mary C. Stiner; Bryan Hockett; Robert

J. Losey and Tatiana Nomokonova; Rebecca

M. Dean; Emily Lena Jones; Guy Bar- Oz,

Reuven Yeshurun and Mina Weinstein-

Evron; Jonathan A. Haws; Joe Dortch; Torben

C. Rick and Todd Braje; Eugène Morin

Discussant: Mary C. Stiner

Sponsored Forum SCIENCE IN SUPPORT OF

ARCHAEOLOGY: WHAT IS STATE- OF- THE-

ART?

(Sponsored by PaleoResearch Institute)

Organizer: R. A. Varney

Chair: Linda Scott Cummings

Discussants: Linda Scott Cummings; R. A.

Varney; Chad L Yost; Kathryn Puseman;

Melissa K. Logan

Symposium THE EARLY FARMING IN DALMA-

TIA PROJECT 2003-2009: NEW INSIGHTS ON

THE SPREAD OF FARMING TO THE ADRIATIC

Organizer: Andrew M T Moore

Chair: Andrew M T Moore

Participants: Marko Mendusic and Emil

Podrug; Sarah B. McClure and Emil Podrug;

Drago Margus; Andrew M T Moore, Susan

Colledge, Anthony Legge and Kelly Reed;

Robert H. Tykot, Emil Podrug and Darko

Komšu; Jennifer R. Smith; Cynthia M.

Fadem, Jennifer R. Smith, Andrew Moore

and Marko Mendjusic

Discussant: T Douglas Price

General Session AGRICULTURE, ANIMALS AND

CLIMATE IN MAYA LOWLANDS

Chair: Robert M. Rosenswig

Participants: Christine C. Dixon; Payson

Sheets; Robert M. Rosenswig, Daniel Seinfeld,

Sean Higgins and Wilberth Cruz

Alvarado; Kristen L. Scudder; Wendy C

Solis; Kelley W. Rich and C. Fred T. Andrus;

Andrea Prentice, Elizabeth Webb, Christine

White and Elizabeth Graham; Bruce H.

Dahlin

Sponsored Symposium NAGPRA IN 20/20

VISION: REVIEWING 20 YEARS OF REPATRIA-

TION AND LOOKING AHEAD TO THE NEXT 20

(Sponsored by Committee on Native American

Relations)

Organizer: Dorothy T. Lippert

Chair: Dorothy T. Lippert

Participants: Joe E. Watkins; Kerry F.

Thompson; Sonya L. Atalay; Elisabeth

Cutright- Smith, Wendi Field Murray and

Kacy Hollenback; Michael V. Wilcox; J

Michelle Schohn; Dorothy T. Lippert

Discussant: Larry J. Zimmerman

Sponsored Forum RAISING THE PROFILE III:

INCREASING PROTECTION FOR ARCHAEO-

LOGICAL RESOURCES AT THE LOCAL LEVEL

(Sponsored by Government Affairs Committee,

Public Education Committee, Public

Archaeology Interest Group)

Organizer: David W. Cushman

Chair: David W. Cushman

Moderator: David W. Cushman

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Discussants: Kirsti E. Uunila; Wendy Ann

Wright; Susan Renaud; Jan Cameron; Carol

Condie; William B. Lees; Douglas B.

Mooney

General Session ARCHAEOLOGY IN MEXICO

Chair: Susan D. Gillespie

Participants: Ayla M. Amadio; John K.

Millhauser; Marijke M. Stoll; Arthur A.

Joyce, Sarah Barber, Marc Levine and Hal

Baillie; Susan D. Gillespie; Charles D.

Trombold; Ryan T. Schuermann and Charles

D. Trombold; Rex Koontz; Christopher T.

Morehart; Angela C. Huster; Ruth Fauman-

Fichman

Symposium ACROSS BOUNDARIES: INTEGRAT-

ING ARCHEOLOGY & SCIENCE

Organizers: Alejandra Mariana Gudino &

Marcela A. Sepulveda

Chair: Alejandra Mariana Gudino

Moderator: Ronald D. Lippi

Participants: Fernanda Falabella and Oscar

Andonie; Robert G. Thompson; Gerardo

Fernandez; Donald W. Johnson; Richard L.

Burger; Veronica I. Williams; Brandon S.

Lewis; Julie F. Farnum and Elizabeth

Righter; Mario A. Rivera, Daniel E. Shea

and Jorge Moya; Alejandra Mariana Gudino

and Ron Lippi; Marcela A. Sepulveda and

Eric Laval; Guillermo A. De La Fuente;

Arthur Rostoker

Discussants: Michael D. Glascock; Izumi

Shimada; Luis Barba

Symposium ONE MORE TANGO AT MAYAPÁN:

STUDIES OF URBAN LIFE AT A LATE MAYA

POLITICAL CAPITAL

Organizers: Marilyn Masson, Bradley W.

Russell & Timothy S. Hare

Chairs: Timothy S. Hare

Participants: Bradley W. Russell; Timothy

S. Hare and Marilyn Masson; Marilyn Masson;

Susan Milbrath and Carlos Peraza;

Pedro Delgado Ku, Marilyn Masson, Bárbara

Escamilla Ojeda and Carlos Peraza

Lope; Richard E. Terry, Daniel Bair, Bruce

Dahlin and Timothy Hare; Stanley Serafin;

Robert H. H. Hutchinson; Bárbara Escamilla

Ojeda and Pedro Delgad Kú; Elizabeth H.

Paris; Betsy M. Kohut; Elizabeth L. France,

Elizabeth Paris and Jonathan White; Caroline

E Antonelli

Discussant: Marilyn Masson

Sponsored Symposium RESIDUE ANALYSIS 1:

THE TAPHONOMY OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL

RESIDUES

(Sponsored by Society for Archaeological

Sciences)

Organizer: Maria E. Raviele

Chair: Hanneke A. Hoekman- Sites

Participants: Andrew L. Barker, Barney

Venables, Stanley Stevens and Steve Wolverton;

Zuzana Chovanec; William Lovis, Gerald

Urquhart, Robert Feranec and John


Hart; Maria E. Raviele; Shannon Tushingham,

Jelmer Eerkens, Oliver Fiehn, Jimmy

Nguyen and Diana Nguyen; Charlotte D.

Pevny, Tim Riley, James Wiederhold and

Daniel Welch; Kathryn Puseman, Linda

Scott Cummings and Melissa Logan

Forum ESTABLISHING TDAR: THE DIGITAL

ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECORD

Organizer: Francis P. McManamon

Chair: Francis P. McManamon

Discussants: Margaret C. Nelson; Katherine

Spielmann; Keith W. Kintigh; Francis P.

McManamon; Julian D. Richards; W

Fredrick Limp

Symposium THE VILLAGE ECODYNAMICS

PROJECT II

Organizers: R. Kyle Bocinsky & Scott G.

Ortman

Chair: Mark D Varien

Participants: Mark D Varien; Donna M.

Glowacki, Charles Reed, R. Kyle Bocinsky,

Shanna Diederichs and Julie A. Bell; R. Kyle

Bocinsky, Brian Kemp and BreAnne Nott;

Ziad Kobti and Denton Cockburn; Stefani

A. Crabtree, Ben Ford and Tim Kohler;

Steve Wolverton, Scott Ortman and Lisa

Nagaoka; Scott G. Ortman; Sam Duwe;

Benjamin A. Bellorado, Kurt F. Anschuetz

and Rory P. Gauthier; Jeremy R. Kulisheck

and J. Michael Bremer; Laura DeFrank,

Nathan Goodale, Fumi Arakawa, Brian

Connolly and Timothy A. Kohler

Discussants: John Kantner; Tim A. Kohler

Symposium ROCK ART IN GLOBAL PERSPEC-

TIVE: THEMES AND TECHNIQUES IN THE

ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE SITE

Organizer: Gina D. Walls

Chair: Lenville J. Stelle

Participants: Gary Haynes; Susan Jansen,

Craig Williams and Carol Diaz- Granados;

Julio Amador Bech; Reinaldo Morales Jr.;

Dagmara Zawadzka; Mark Wagner and

Heather Carey; Michele H. Hayward,

Michael Cinquino and Frank Schieppati;

Vivian G. Scheinsohn, Claudia Szumik, Florencia

Rizzo and Sabrina Leonardt; John

Greer and Mavis Greer; Sarah C. Sherwood,

Jan Simek, Annie Blankenship, Nicholas

Herrmann and Alan Cressler; Samantha L.

Higgs; Suzanne Baker; Michael Bies, Danny

Walker, Marit Bovee and Neffra Matthews;

Angela K. Johnson, Carolyn Boyd, Charles

Koenig and Benjamin Dwyer; Elisabeth Culley

Symposium THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF HUACAS:

EXPLORING THE MATERIALITY, MEANING,

AND EFFICACY OF SACRED OBJECTS AND

PLACES IN THE ANDES

Organizer: Tamara L. Bray

Chair: Anita Gwynn Cook

Participants: Tamara L. Bray; Zachary J.

Chase; Bruce Mannheim and Guilermo

Salas Carreño; Steven B. Kosiba; Frank

Meddens, Nick Branch, Millena Frouin and

Colin McEwan; Colin McEwan, Frank

Meddens, Gabriel Ramon, Francisco Ferreira

and Cirilo Vivanco; Jason Yaeger;

Krzysztof Makowski, Mila Jimenez and

Gabriela Oré; Rafael Segura Llanos and

Izumi Shimada; Anita Gwynn Cook; John

Janusek

Discussant: John R. Topic

General Session PALEOINDIAN STUDIES

Chair: E. James Dixon

Participants: E. James Dixon; Michael

Kunz; Derek T. Anderson; Taryn T. Rampley,

Sang- Hee Lee, Lexiang Ye and Eamonn

Keogh; Heather L. Smith, Thomas DeWitt

and Ted Goebel; Guadalupe Sanchez Miranda,

Vance Holliday, Edmund Gaines, John

Carpenter and Becket Leason; Jesse Ballenger,

Vance T Holliday and C. Vance

Haynes, Jr; Matthew J. O’Brien, Christopher

Merriman and Bruce B. Huckell;

Thomas A. Jennings and Charlotte Pevny;

Mary Lou Larson, Pablo Massineo and Marcel

Kornfeld; Jason M. LaBelle; Stance C.

Hurst and Eileen Johnson; John D. Seebach;

Nathaniel R. Kitchel

General Session CALIFORNIA ARCHAEOLOGY

FROM THE EARLY HOLOCENE TO THE COLO-

NIAL PERIOD

Chair: Sarah Peelo

Participants: Sean Brown; Edward J. Knell;

Brent Leftwich; Carly Whelan; Cristie

Boone; Michael L. Merrill and Dwight

Read; Sarah Peelo

Symposium THE POWER OF ENVIRONMENT:

APPROACHING ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTI-

GATIONS FROM A POLITICAL ECOLOGY

FRAMEWORK

Organizer: Madeleine McLeester & Melissa

S. Rosenzweig

Chair: Madeleine McLeester & Melissa S.

Rosenzweig

Participants: Madeleine McLeester and

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Melissa Rosenzweig; Tina L. Thurston;

Melissa S. Rosenzweig; Joy McCorriston and

Matthew Senn; Laura M. Popova; Christine

A. Hastorf; Christopher T. Fisher and

Christopher Fisher; Andrew M. Bauer;

Kathleen D. Morrison

Electronic Symposium PRACTICAL METHODS

OF DATA PRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION,

AND PRESERVATION

Organizers: Joshua J. Wells & Eric C. Kansa

Chairs: Eric C. Kansa & Joshua J. Wells

Participants: Eric C. Kansa and Joshua Wells;

Caroline J. Beebe; Glenn D. Strickland;

Christopher J. Parr; Sara Ayers- Rigsby; Lori

M. Jahnke; Erik N. Johanson, David Anderson,

Shane Miller, Stephen Yerka, Derek

Anderson and Christopher Gillam; Stephen J.

Yerka, Nicholas P. Herrmann and Mathew D.

Gage; Dean R. Snow; Willeke Wendrich;

Julian D. Richards; Judith Van Der Elst and

Heather Richards- Rissetto; Mike Cannon,

David Reinhart, Tanya Johnson, Heather Stettler,

Sarah Creer and Deborah Jensen

Symposium WHITHER SOUTHWEST ARCHAE-

OLOGY?

Organizer: Tim A. Kohler

Chair: Andrew I. Duff

Participants: Tim A. Kohler; Jeffrey H.

Altschul and William M. Graves; T. J. Ferguson

and Barbara J. Mills; Elisa Villalpando;

Ruth Van Dyke; Michelle Hegmon; Severin

M. Fowles; William H. Doelle and John

Kantner; Stephen H. Lekson

Discussants: Linda S. Cordell; Vincas P.

Steponaitis

Symposium CAHOKIA 2010: SITUATING AN

ANCIENT INDIGENOUS CITY IN THE WORLD

Organizer: Timothy R. Pauketat

Chair: Susan M. Alt

Participants: Timothy R. Pauketat; Jeffery

D. Kruchten and Joseph Galloy; Melissa R.

Baltus; Frank K. Reilly; Staffan Peterson and

Timothy R. Pauketat; Susan M. Alt; Benjamin

M. Auerbach and Thaddeus Bissett;

Thomas E. Emerson and Timothy R. Pauketat;

Carrie Wilson; Alice B. Kehoe; Mike

Parker Pearson

Discussant: Norman Yoffee

Sponsored Symposium GENDERED LABOR IN

SPECIALIZED ECONOMIES

(Sponsored by WAIG)

Organizer: Sophia E. Kelly

Chair: Sophia E. Kelly

Participants: Traci Ardren and Alejandra

Alonso; Michael Callaghan; Lisa Frink;

Sophia E. Kelly; Tara L. Potts; Kathryn J. W.

Arthur; Sylvie Beyries; Alysia Fischer;

Brigitte Kovacevich; Cathy L. Costin; Ann

B. Stahl; Hector Hernandez

Discussant: Rita P. Wright

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM


Symposium RESULTS OF NEW EXCAVATIONS

AT THE MIDDLE PALEOLITHIC SITE OF ROC

DE MARSAL

Organizers: Harold L. Dibble & Dennis M.

Sandgathe

Chair: Dennis M. Sandgathe

Participants: Harold L. Dibble, Paul Goldberg,

Shannon McPherron, Dennis

Sandgathe and Alain Turq; Alain Turq,

Harold Dibble, Shannon McPherron, Dennis

Sandgathe and Jean Philippe Faivre;

Shannon P. McPherron, Harold L. Dibble,

Dennis M. Sandgathe and Alain Turq; Anne

Skinner, Bonnie A. B. Blackwell, Charles F.

Shafer, Pierre Guibert and Tenzing Tsomo;

Guillaume Guerin, Christelle Lahaye, Pierre

Guibert and Norbert Mercier; Vera L.D.

Aldeias, Harold Dibble, Paul Goldberg,

Shannon McPherron and Dennis Sandgathe;

Dennis M. Sandgathe, Harold L. Dibble,

Paul Goldberg and Shannon P. McPherron

Symposium UNWAVERING: CULTURAL

RESOURCE INVESTIGATIONS ALONG THE U.S.–

MEXICO BORDER

Organizer: Jeffrey H. Hokanson

Chair: Jeffrey H. Hokanson

Participants: Tina M. Carpenter and John

Marshall; Maren Hopkins and Douglas

Craig; Robert M. Wegener, Karry L. Blake,

William M. Graves and Richard Ciolek-

Torrello; Anna Gray; Jeffrey H. Hokanson;

Tabitha L. Griffith, Nancy A. Kenmotsu and

William Russell; Michael K. Church, James

Gallison and Michael Jennings

Discussant: Randall H. McGuire

Poster Session AVOCATIONAL ARCHEOLOGY

MAKING A DIFFERENCE: WHO'S DONE IT

AND WHO'S DOING IT, PART I

Chair: Marcel Kornfeld

Participants: Marcel Kornfeld and Mark

Miller; Paul Picha; Kevin Black; Tim Weston

Poster Session ARCTIC AND SUBARCTIC

ARCHAEOLOGY

Participants: Ben A. Potter, Phoebe Gilbert,

Charles Holmes and Barbara Crass; Molly

Proue, Justin Hays, Jason Rogers, Joshua

Reuther and Chris Wooley; Sam Coffman

and Ben A. Potter; Veronica Lech, Nicole

Misarti, Herbert Maschner and Bruce

Finney; Kelly A. Eldridge and Margan

Grover; Andy Shuttleworth, Larry Barham

and Susanne Shiltz; David A. Byers and Joan

Coltrain; Linda C. Chisholm and Loukas W.

Barton; Amelia Fay

Poster Session ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE

NORTHEASTERN U.S.

Participants: Nichole Gillis; Eric E. Jones;

Krysta Ryzewski and John Hermance;

Heather M. Rockwell; Sarah Striker;

Stéphane Noel; Catherine L. Jalbert

Poster Session ARCHAOLOGY OF THE SOUTH-

EASTERN U.S.

Participants: Donna L. Ruhl and Melissa

Ayvaz; Stacey Lengyel; Karen Y. Smith and

Keith Stephenson; Mary Spanos; Patrick C.

Livingood; Elsbeth L. Dowd; Eric L. Proebsting,

Jack Gary and Lori Lee; Amber Graft-

Weiss and Sarah Miller; Kim J. Cullen

Cobb; Micaela Carignano and Lee Arco;

Marina I. Lizarralde and Lee Arco; Krista

Church, Barbara Purdy and Bruce MacFadden;

Lauren A Forsythe and Heather A.

Lapham

Poster Session SITES AND LANDSCAPES IN THE

GREAT LAKES AND MIDWEST

Participants: Edwin R. Hajic, David W.

Benn and E. Arthur Bettis, III; David

Pedler, Curtis McCoy, Todd Grote and Allen

Quinn; Alleen Betzenhauser; Alissa J. Blaha;

Edward Herrmann; Elizabeth P. Sonnenburg,

Joseph Boyce, Eduard Reinhardt and

Aubrey Cannon; Dawn Bringelson

Poster Session SUBSISTENCE, HEALTH, AND

SOCIETY IN THE MIDWEST

Participants: Andrew C. Fortier; Erica Ausel

and Della Cook; Andras Nagy and Kenneth

Tankersley; Jammi Ladwig; Andrew B. Marley;

Julie A. Bukowski; Sarah A. Weaver,

Paul Patton, Elliot Abrams and AnnCorinne

Freter; Christopher B Kimsey

Symposium LOCAL AND GLOBAL CHANGE:

LANDSCAPE, CLIMATE, SOCIO- POLITICAL

INTERACTION, AND WORLD SYSTEMS ANALY-

SIS IN EURASIAN ARCHAEOLOGY

Organizers: Nicholas Efremov- Kendall &

Claudia Chang

Chair: Nicholas Efremov- Kendall

Participants: Nicholas Efremov- Kendall;

David W. Anthony; Thomas D. Hall; Elizabeth

Baker Brite and Ghairadin

Khozhaniyazov; Thomas F. Tartaron; Claudia

Chang

Discussants: Sing C. Chew; Bryan K. Hanks

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Symposium CHANNEL ISLANDS AND COASTAL

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: RECENT RESEARCH

AND COMPARISONS

Organizer: Steven R. James

Chair: Steven R. James

Participants: Steven R. James, Patricia C.

Martz, René L. Vellanoweth and Steven J.

Schwartz; Judith F. Porcasi; Victoria Stosel;

Gary A. Jones and Steven James

Discussant: Terry L. Jones

General Session EUROPEAN IRON AGE AND

MEDIEVAL ARCHAEOLOGY

Chair: Tanya Peres

Participants: China P. Shelton; Marta E.

Ostovich, Kevin Mullen, Amalia Pérez- Juez,

James Wiseman and Ricardo Elia; Tanya M.

Peres and Nicholas Dixon; Erika K. Nitsch;

Kelly R. Hale; Kathryn J. Franklin; Amalia

Perez- Juez and Marta Ostovich

General Session IDENTITY AND INTERACTION

IN THE DESERT SOUTHWEST

Chair: Jill Neitzel

Participants: Laurie Webster; Meradeth

Snow, Steven LeBlanc and David Smith;

Nikki R. Shurack; Nicholas E. Damp; Jill

Neitzel; Sophie Kohn

General Session HOPEWELL CULTURE LAND-

SCAPES AND ITS EARLY WOODLAND

ANTECEDENTS

Chair: Julie Holt

Participants: Bretton T. Giles; Edward R.

Henry; Robert L Horn and Ray Hively; Julie

Zimmermann Holt, Ashley Cisneros, Katie

Leslie, Jessica Robart and Lori Belknap

Symposium THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE

CENTRAL NAMIB, WESTERN NAMIBIA

Organizer: Grant S. McCall

Chair: Grant S. McCall

Participants: Grant S. McCall, Jonathan

Thomas, Sherman Horn, Merritt Sanders

and Kurtis Kettler; Sherman W. Horn,

Grant McCall, Jonathan Thomas, Merritt

Sanders and Kurtis Kettler; Kurtis H. Kettler,

Grant McCall, Jonathan Thomas, Sherman

Horn and Merritt Sanders; Jonathan T.

Thomas, Ted Marks and Grant McCall

Discussant: Kit Nelson

THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 15

Poster Session AVOCATIONAL ARCHEOLOGY

MAKING A DIFFERENCE: WHO'S DONE IT

AND WHO'S DOING IT, PART II

Organizer: Marcel Kornfeld

Participants: Michael B. Collins and D.

Clark Wernecke; Nancy Hawkins and Reca

Jones; Hester Davis and Glen Akridge; Gina

Powell; Alice Berkson; Leslie Shaw; Suanna

Crowley, Curtiss Hoffman, Frederica Dimmick,

Mary Concannon and Eugene C.

Winter, Jr.; Lisa Anselmi and William

Engelbrecht


Poster Session HISTORY AND TRAJECTORY OF

IRRIGATION AND WATER MANAGEMENT IN

THE SOUTHERN SOUTHWEST

Organizer: James Vint

Chair: Fred L. Nials

Participants: Fred L. Nials; William E.

Doolittle; Gary Huckleberry; Jonathan B.

Mabry; Hoski Schaafsma; Michael W. Lindeman,

Gary Huckleberry and Henry Wallace;

David K. Wright, Wesley Miles, and

Kyle Woodson; James Vint; Kyle Woodson

Poster Session KIVA: 75 YEARS OF SOUTH-

WESTERN ANTHROPOLOGY AND HISTORY

Organizer: Sarah A. Herr

Chair: Sarah A. Herr

Participants: Anna A. Neuzil and Stephen

Lekson; Jenny L. Adams; Gayle Hartmann,

William Robinson and Brenda Todd; Linda

M. Gregonis; Todd A. Pitezel; Richard C.

Lange; Sarah A. Herr and David Wilcox

Poster Session COMPLEX HUNTER-

GATHERERS OF INTERIOR BRITISH COLUM-

BIA: NEW INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AT

THE BRIDGE RIVER SITE

Organizer: Anna Marie Prentiss

Chair: Anna Marie Prentiss

Participants: Lee N. Reininghaus; Nicole A.

Crossland; Eric S. Carlson; Lisa M. Smith,

Anna M. Prentiss, Dana Lepofsky, Eric S.

Carlson and Naoko Endo; Maggie Schirack,

Lucy Harris and Michael Wanzenried; Hannah

S. Cail, Anna M. Prentiss and Michael

P. Richards; Jonathan E. Sheppard; Anna

Marie Prentiss and Thomas Foor

Poster Session ON THE KNOWLEDGE

FRONTIER: THE FIRST DECADE OF

CULTURAL RESOURCES DISCOVERY AND

MANAGEMENT ON THE VALLES CALDERA

NATIONAL PRESERVE

Organizer: Anastasia Steffen

Chair: Jeremy Troy Decker

Participants: Jeremy Troy Decker; Jacqueline

L. Stark; Anastasia Steffen; Nicholas L.

Jarman and Ariane O. Pinson; Colleen

Olinger and Anastasia Steffen; Alexander K.

Rogers and John Swigart

Poster Session TALES FROM THE BLACK RANGE

Organizer: Eleanor M. King

Chair: Eleanor M. King

Participants: Beverly A. Chiarulli; Germaine

F. Big Owl- McArdle and Christopher

D. Adams; Linsey J. Richbow and Jordan

Comanche; Amanda Stroud; Christine S.

Taylor and Eleanor King; Violet M. King

Poster Session THE FRANK CHURCH RIVER OF

NO RETURN WILDERNESS PROGRAMMATIC

AGREEMENT: CONDUCTING CULTURAL

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN A WILDERNESS

SETTING

Organizer: Timothy W. Canaday

Chair: Timothy W. Canaday

Participants: Timothy W. Canaday and

Mary Anne Davis; Steve Lucas; Mary H

Williams; John J. Rose; Julie- anna Rodman;

Camille Sayer and Sharon Plager

Symposium BEYOND THE BIOLOGICAL NEED

TO EAT: ARCHAEOLOGIES OF FOOD AND

FOODWAYS

Organizers: Ryan Kennedy & Guido Pezzarossi

Chairs: Ryan Kennedy & Guido Pezzarossi

Participants: Enrique Rodriguez and Sarah

Graff; Guido Pezzarossi, Ryan Kennedy and

Heather Law; Julie- Anne Bouchard- Perron;

Sharmini Pitter and Richard Evershed;

Michael A. Way and David Landon; Bryn

Williams; Rachel Furey and Diane Gifford-

Gonzalez

Discussant: Katheryn C. Twiss

General Session ARCHAEOLOGICAL

APPROACHES TO THE INCA EMPIRE

Chair: Sonia Alconini

Participants: David O. Brown; Sonia

Alconini and Lynn Kim; Lynn Kim; Amber

M. Kling, Matt Schauer, Eric Dyrdahl, Oscar

Flores and Chad Gifford; Matt Schauer and

Micah Smith; Anna Guengerich

General Session ARCHAEOLOGY OF SOUTH

AMERICA

Chair: Andrew Roddick

Participants: Scott C. Smith, Maribel Pérez

Arias and Adolfo Pérez Arias; Andrew P.

Roddick; Jimmy Mans; André Strauss, Pedro

da Gloria, Danilo Bernardo, Renato Kipnis

and Walter Neves; Myrtle P. Shock; Maria A.

Gutierrez, Gustavo Martinez and Heidi

Luchsinger; Juan B. Belardi, Gustavo Barrientos,

Rafael Goñi and Silvana Espinosa

Symposium POLYNESIAN DIASPORA: PREHIS-

TORIC CONTACTS WITH THE NEW WORLD

Organizer: Terry L. Jones

Chair: Alice Ann Storey

Participants: Terry L. Jones; Alice Ann

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Storey; Kathryn A. Klar; Lisa Matisoo- Smith

and Jose- Miguel Ramirez; Marshall I.

Weisler and Roger Green; Richard Scaglion

and Maria- Auxiliadora Cordero; Andrew C.

Clarke and Roger Green; Jose Miguel

Ramirez- Aliaga

Discussants: James M. Bayman; Alice B.

Kehoe

General Session AFRICA’S LATER PAST

Chair: Elisabeth Hildebrand

Participants: Elisabeth Hildebrand, Katherine

Grillo, John Shea and Veronica Waweru;

Rachel L. Horlings; Adrianne Daggett;

Kristin N. Safi, Karen D. Lupo, Dave N.

Schmitt, Jean- Paul Ndanga and Christopher

A. Kiahtipes; Katherine Grillo; Cameron D.

Gokee; Teresa A. Wriston and Gary Haynes;

Steven A. Brandt and Catharine D’Andrea;

Liza Gijanto; Lydia Wilson Marshall

General Session ARCHAIC THROUGH LATE

WOODLAND CULTURAL DYNAMICS IN THE

MIDWEST AND GREAT LAKES AREA

Chair: Brian Redmond

Participants: Daniel M. Winkler; Jubin J.

Cheruvelil; Paul E. Patton; Brian G. Redmond

Sponsored Symposium MEDIA’S IMAGE OF

THE ARCHAEOLOGIST THROUGH TIME—IS

THE MEDIA THE MESSAGE?

(Sponsored by Media Relations Committee)

Organizer: Andrea Elyse Messer

Chair: Jon S. Czaplicki

Participants: Jon S. Czaplicki; Andrea Elyse

Messer; Renata B. Wolynec; Rachel Most;

Johna Hutira; Shereen Lerner; Zachary Nelson

Discussants: J Jefferson Reid; Ruthann

Knudson

Symposium ANIMALS AND INEQUALITY IN

THE ANCIENT WORLD

Organizers: Benjamin S. Arbuckle & Sue

Ann McCarty

Chair: Sue Ann McCarty

Participants: Benjamin S. Arbuckle; Sue

Ann McCarty; Levent Atici; Joshua Wright;

Michael MacKinnon; Neil L. Norman;

James M. Savelle; Adam S. Watson; Abigail

L. Holeman; Edwin H. Jackson; Susan D.

deFrance; Ashley E. Sharpe and William Saturno;

Leonardo López Luján, Ximena

Chávez Balderas, Alejandra Aguirre Molina,

Norma Valentín and Belem Zúñiga-

Arellano; Douglas V. Campana and Pam

Crabtree; Nawa Sugiyama

Discussant: Patricia Wattenmaker

General Session HOUSEHOLD AND

SETTLEMENT ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE

MAYA LOWLANDS

Chair: Terry Powis

Participants: Laura J. Levi; Melanie J.

Kingsley; Christina T. Halperin; Terry G.

Powis, Gyles Iannone, Paul Healy, James

Garber and Jaime Awe; Mary Jane Acuna,

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM


Carlos Chiriboga, Marcello Canuto and

Tomas Barrientos; Meaghan M. Peuramaki-

Brown; Bernadette Cap; Sarah E. Jackson

and Lindsay Argo; Matthew S. Longstaffe

and Gyles Iannone; Robyn L. Dodge

Symposium RECENT INVESTIGATIONS ON THE

ARCHAEOLOGY OF NORTHWEST MEXICO

Organizers: Bridget M Zavala & Andrea L.

Torvinen

Chairs: Andrea L. Torvinen & Bridget M

Zavala

Participants: Bridget M Zavala and Eva

Angelica Bravo Torres; Kimberly O Sumano

and David Arturo Muñiz García; Maria del

Roble Rios Ortega; David A. Muñiz García,

José Luis Punzo Díaz and Kimberly

Sumano; Ana Iris Murguia Hernandez;

Armando Nicolau Romero, Miguel Angel

Nicolás Caretta and Achim Lelgemann;

Achim Lelgemann; Nora N. Rodríguez

Zariñán; Nancy Dominguez and Cristina

García Moreno; Andrea L. Torvinen; Juan

Ignacio Macias; Enrique Perez Cortes

Discussant: Ben A. Nelson

Sponsored Symposium RESIDUE ANALYSIS 2:

CURRENT APPLICATIONS OF RESIDUE

ANALYSIS TO ARCHAEOLOGICAL QUESTIONS

(Sponsored by SAS (Society for Archaeological

Science))

Organizer: Hanneke A. Hoekman- Sites

Chair: Maria E. Raviele

Participants: Hans Barnard, Alek Dooley

and Kym Faull; Rosa M. Lamuela- Raventos,

Rosa Guasch, Olga Jaúregui and Cristina

Andres- Lacueva; Hanneke A. Hoekman-

Sites; Casey W. Riggs and Tim Riley; Melissa

K. Logan and Linda Scott Cummings;

Neil A. Duncan; Robert Lusteck; Mary

Malainey, Phillip J. Innes and Timothy J.

Figol; Andrea D. Crider; Eleanora A. Reber;

Sean M. Rafferty; Daniel M. Seinfeld

Symposium THE ROOTS OF THE MIDDLE

PALEOLITHIC: AN UNIQUELY EURASIAN EVO-

LUTIONARY EXPERIMENT

Organizers: Steven L. Kuhn & Amy E.

Clark

Chairs: Amy E. Clark & Steven L. Kuhn

Participants: Amy E. Clark; Avi Gopher

and Ran Barkai; Gonen Sharon; Marie-

Hélène Moncel, Sam Youssef, Anne- Marie

Moigne and Jean Combier; Thomas C.

Hauck and Dorota Wojtczak; Javier Baena

Preysler, Elena Carrión Santafé and Felipe

Cuartero Monteagudo; John J. Shea; Mary

C. Stiner; Steven L. Kuhn; Radu P. Iovita

and Shannon McPherron; Ron Shimelmitz,

Ran Barkai and Avi Gopher; Eric Boeda,

Heba al Sakhel, Stéphanie Bonilauri and

Christophe Griggo

Discussants: Clive Gamble; Harold L.

Dibble

Sponsored Symposium CELEBRATING WOMEN

IN ARCHAEOLOGY: A RICH AND COLORFUL

HISTORY

(Sponsored by Committee on the Status of

Women in Archaeology)

Organizer: Caryn M. Berg

Chair: Caryn M. Berg

Participants: Caryn M. Berg and Barbara

Roth; Lynn A. Neal and Jane Eva Baxter;

Miriam C. Davis; Kelley A. Hays- Gilpin,

Elizabeth Ann Morris, and Sally J. Cole;

Ronald L. Bishop; Erin Baxter and Ruth

Van Dyke; Patti Wright and George M.

Crothers; Ruthann Knudson; Rita P. Wright;

Linda S. Cordell

Symposium EVERY PLACE IS A NODE:

RETHINKING CENTERS, PERIPHERIES, AND

PATRIMONY IN HONDURAS

Organizers: Virginia Ochoa- Winemiller,

Terance Winemiller & Jeanne Lopiparo

Chair: Terance Winemiller

Participants: Terance Winemiller and Virginia

Ochoa- Winemiller; Jeanne Lopiparo

and Geraldina Tercero; Doris Maldonado;

Lena Mortensen; Eva Martinez Ordonez;

Christopher T. Begley; Hayden N. Schortman,

Patricia Urban and Edward Schortman;

Marcello A Canuto and Ellen E. Bell;

Jose E. Moreno- Cortes and Christian Wells;

William J. McFarlane and Miranda Stockett;

Laura C. O’Rourke; Christina Luke; Esteban

M. Gomez, Rosemary Joyce and Rus

Sheptak

Discussants: Julia A. Hendon; Frederick W.

Lange; Dario A. Euraque

Symposium THEORETICAL AND METHOD-

OLOGICAL APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF

INTERACTIONS IN EASTERN NORTH

AMERICA

Organizer: Karine Tache

Chair: Karine Tache

Participants: Neal Ferris; William A. Fox;

Donald H. Holly, Christopher Wolff and

John Erwin; Matthew T. Boulanger and

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Peter Thomas; Jennifer Birch, Andrea

Carnevale, Debbie Steiss, Ronald F.

Williamson and Rob Wojtowicz; Mathieu

Leclerc and Adrian Burke; Colin Nielsen;

Nicolas Cadieux; Francis Robinson; Karine

Tache; Matthew W. Betts, Susan E. Blair

and David W. Black; Carolyn Dillian,

Charles Bello and M. Steven Shackley

Discussants: Adrian L. Burke; Elizabeth

Chilton

Sponsored Forum A NEW AGE FOR THE SAA:

INTERNATIONAL INDIGENOUS ARCHAEOLOGY

(Sponsored by Native American Relations

Committee)

Organizer: Carol J. Ellick

Chair: Joe E. Watkins

Moderator: Carol J. Ellick

Participants: Hirofumi Kato; Des T.

Kahotea; George P. Nicholas; Christopher J.

Wilson; Eldon Yellowhorn; Joe E. Watkins

Symposium TRAJECTORIES TO COMPLEXITY

IN WOODLAND ENVIRONMENTS: EASTERN

NORTH AMERICA AND TEMPERATE EUROPE

COMPARED

Organizers: David G. Anderson & Detlef

Gronenborn

Chair: Detlef Gronenborn

Participants: Detlef Gronenborn; David G.

Anderson; Alasdair Whittle; Jean- Paul

Demoule; Carsten Lemmen; William A.

Parkinson, Richard Yerkes and Attila

Gyucha; Eszter Banffy; Clive Bonsall; Asa R.

Randall and Kenneth E. Sassaman; George

R. Milner; Michael Doneus, Nikolaus

Studnicka and Christian Briese

Discussants: Timothy R. Pauketat; T Douglas

Price; Tristram R. Kidder

Symposium A DARKER DISCIPLINE: EXPAND-

ING THE FRONTIERS OF WORLD CAVE

ARCHAEOLOGY

Organizers: Scott Nicolay & Susan Jansen

Chairs: Scott Nicolay & Susan Jansen

Participants: Scott Nicolay, Sergio Rapu

and J. Judson Wynne; Don Coons and Barbara

Coons; Karla S. Mayne; Carol Diaz-

Granados and James Duncan; Valerie Altizer

and Timothy Baumann; Ruth Ann Armitage

and Suzanne Baker; Peter B. Campbell,

Susan E. Jansen and J. Craig Williams;

Michael Fuller; Kenneth B. Tankersley, Tyler

Swinney and Andras Nagy; Sarah A.

Blankenship, Jan Simek, Joseph Douglas and

Alan Cressler; Loren G Davis; Thomas W.

Stafford, Dennis Jenkins and Loren Davis;

Eske Willerslev; Cevdet Merih Erek and

Benjamin S. Arbuckle

Discussant: Holley Moyes


Symposium JOARA AND FORT SAN JUAN:

COLONIALISM AND HOUSEHOLD PRACTICE

AT THE BERRY SITE, NORTH CAROLINA

Organizer: Robin A. Beck

Chairs: David G. Moore & Christopher B.

Rodning

Participants: David G. Moore, Robin Beck

and Christopher Rodning; Christopher B.

Rodning, Robin Beck and David Moore;

Robin A. Beck, Chris Rodning and David

Moore; Merritt M. Sanders, Christopher B.

Rodning, Robin A. Beck, Jr. and David G.

Moore; Gayle J. Fritz; Lee A. Newsom and

Sarah Sherwood; Heather A. Lapham;

Trevor W. Martin; Carlisle A. Moody

Discussant: David Hurst Thomas

Symposium FROM THE AMERICAN SOUTH-

WEST TO CALIFORNIA AND BEYOND: PAPERS

IN HONOR OF MICHAEL GLASSOW, PART 1

Organizers: John R. Johnson

Chair: Julia G. Costello

Participants: Julia G. Costello; Robert K.

Hitchcock; Joseph A. Tainter; Cynthia Ann

Bettison; Madonna L. Moss; Kristin Hoppa

and Jennifer E. Perry; Todd J. Braje and Torben

Rick; Amy E. Gusick; John R. Johnson,

G. James West and Nan Deal; Joan E.

Brandoff- Kerr; Mariam Dahdul; Ray Corbett;

Cara Monroe, Silvia Gonzalez, John

Johnson, Robert Kruszynski and Brian

Kemp

Sponsored Symposium THE BIENNIAL GOR-

DON WILLEY SYMPOSIUM ON THE HISTORY

OF ARCHAEOLOGY: SHOVEL READY: ARCHAE-

OLOGY & ROOSEVELT’S NEW DEAL FOR

AMERICA

(Sponsored by History of Archaeology Interest

Group)

Organizer: Bernard K. Means

Chair: Bernard K. Means

Participants: Bernard Means; Mary

McCorvie; John Doershuk; George Lattanzi;

Janet R. Johnson; Amanda Regnier; David

Dye; Anna Lunn; Scott Hammerstedt; Sissel

Schroeder; Stephen Nash; Mason D. Miller

and John Campbell; Mark Howe, Tim Kelly,

and Karen Miller; Carole Nash

Discussant: Edwin A. Lyon

General Session Ethics Bowl

Sponsored Forum THE LIFE OF A PROJECT:

NEGOTIATING THE PRACTICALITIES AND

ETHICS OF COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH

(Sponsored by Indigenous Populations Interest

Group)

Organizer: Sara Gonzalez

Chair: Michael V. Wilcox

Moderators: Sara Gonzalez & Michael V.

Wilcox

Discussants: Sonya L. Atalay; Jack Rossen;

Matt Liebmann; Kim Christensen; Jerry J.

Howard; Darren Modzelewski; Doris Maldonado

Symposium HUNTING RED GOLD: UPDATES

IN THE PREHISTORY OF SPONDYLUS IN

SOUTH AMERICA

Organizer: Benjamin Carter

Chair: Benjamin Carter

Participants: Izumi Shimada; Alexander

Martín and Benjamin Carter; Theresa Topic

and John Topic; Leon G. Doyon; Anne

Hocquenghem; Eva Pajuelo- Flores and Paul

Flores Escudero; Carol J. Mackey; Adrian

Velazquez and Emiliano Melgar; Maria A.

Masucci

Discussants: Joanne Pillsbury; Izumi

Shimada

Symposium FROM EFFIGY MOUNDS TO MID-

DENS: CULTURAL CHANGE AND CONTINUITY

AMONG LATE WOODLAND POPULATIONS IN

WISCONSIN

Organizer: Kira E. Kaufmann

Chair: Kira E. Kaufmann

Participants: Amy Rosebrough; Kira E.

Kaufmann; Elizabeth J. Handwerk Kurt;

Jody Clauter; Robert J. Jeske and John

Richards; Kathryn C. Egan- Bruhy and Mark

Bruhy; Ernie Boszhard, Danielle Benden,

Robert Boszhardt, Timothy Pauketat and

James Theler

Symposium RECONSTRUCTING HISTORIES

AND LAYERS OF MEANING: MATERIAL ANALY-

SES FROM EL PERÚ- WAKA’ AND ENVIRONS

Organizer: David A. Freidel

Chair: Jennifer C. Piehl

Participants: Michelle E. Rich and Jennifer

Piehl; Damien Bernard Marken and Jennifer

Piehl; David Lee and Stanley Guenter; Lia

Tsesmeli; Keith Eppich; Stanley P. Guenter;

Harriet F. Beaubien; Olivia C. Navarro Farr,

Keith Eppich and Ana Lucia Arroyave Prera

Sponsored Symposium KEY ISSUES IN DIGITAL

CURATION

(Sponsored by Committee on Museums,

Collections, and Curation)

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Organizers: Patrick D. Lyons & Natalie M.

Drew

Chair: Natalie M. Drew

Participants: Patrick D. Lyons; S. Terry

Childs; Natalie M. Drew; Stephen L. Whittington,

Kyle Bryner, Beverlye Hancock and

Tina Smith

Forum ESTABLISHING PROFESSIONAL STAN-

DARDS FOR FORENSIC ARCHAEOLOGY

Organizer: Kimberlee S. Moran

Chair: Kimberlee S. Moran

Discussants: Karl Harrison; Eric E. Young;

William R. Belcher; Anne Marie Mires;

Douglas D. Scott; Melissa Connor; Brian D

Paulsen

Poster Session MAPPING, IMAGING, AND

MODELING IN ARCHAEOLOGY

Participants: Elizabeth B. Mullane; Ashley

K. Lemke, Justin Halteman, Jessi Halligan

and Benjamin Wells; Isaac I. Ullah; Patrick

O. Mullen; Charles A. Berrey; Joseph E.

Beaver; David Pacifico; Matthew J. Douglass,

Thomas Barker and Simon Holdaway;

Erica Prange; Eileen G. Ernenwein, Michael

Hargrave, Jami J. Lockhart, George Avery

and H. Pete Gregory; Linda S. Naunapper,

Jeffrey R. Ferguson and Michael D. Glascock;

John J. Tomasic and Tricia Waggoner

Poster Session PALEODIETARY ANALYSES

Participants: Chrissina C Burke; Cynthia M

Munoz, Stephen Smith, Raymond Mauldin

and Robert Hard; Heather M. Gibb; Keiko

Kitagawa; Jennifer L. Henecke, Kathryn

Twiss and Jennifer Everhart; Jenna M. Battillo;

Lauren M. Willis, Andrew R. Boehm

and Metin I. Eren; Elizabeth A. Scharf;

Chia- chin Wu; Maureece J. Levin

Poster Session GREAT PLAINS AND ROCKY

MOUNTAIN ARCHAEOLOGY

Participants: Susan J. Bender and Ben Perlmutter;

James K. Feathers; Thomas R. Lincoln,

Bill Chada and Jennifer Huang; David

T. Vlcek and J.D. Drucker; Mary J. Adair,

Jack L. Hofman and Donna C. Roper;

Stephen C. Lensink and Joseph A. Tiffany;

Judson B. Finley and Laura Scheiber; Jessica

J Bush; Sarah Trabert; Frederic Sellet, Dennis

Stanford and Pegi Jodry; William T.

Reitze; Arlo McKee; Emily G. Williams and

Jack Hofman; Katherine B. Ehlers and

Eileen Johnson

Poster Session EVIDENCING ANCIENT CARBO-

HYDRATE REVOLUTIONS IN SOUTH- CENTRAL

NORTH AMERICA

Organizer: Alston V. Thoms

Chair: Alston V. Thoms

Participants: Alston V. Thoms; Masahiro

Kamiya; Laura M. Short and Laura O’Halloran;

Andrew R. Laurence

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM


Poster Session SCIENCE, CHALLENGES, AND

CONSERVATION: MANAGING HERITAGE

RESOURCES IN THE 21ST CENTURY ON

BLM’S NATIONAL LANDSCAPE CONSERVA-

TION SYSTEM

Organizer: Margaret A. Heath

Chair: Marietta Eaton

Participants: Lou Ann Jacobson; Victoria

Atkins; Dan W. Martin, Neffra Matthews,

Jeanne Moe and Derrick Baldwin; Marietta

Eaton, Robin Burgess and Rebecca Lasell;

Kathryn E. Pedrick and Connie Stone; Karina

Bryan and Colleen Sievers; Douglas

McFadden; Natalie R. Fast; Stacie J Cearley

General Session ARCTIC & SUBARCTIC

ARCHAEOLOGY

Chair: Anne Jensen

Participants: Andrew H. Tremayne; Dustin

M. Keeler; Anne M. Jensen; Caroline Funk,

Brian Hoffman and Debra Corbett; Karen

Ryan and Janet Young; Scott Shirar, Jeff

Rasic and Pat Druckenmiller

Symposium PUSHING THE ENVELOPE IN

CROSS- CULTURAL ARCHAEOLOGY

Organizer: David B. Small

Chair: David B. Small

Participants: Carla M. Antonaccio; Michael

L. Galaty, George Bey and Timothy Ward;

Paul Nick Kardulias; David B. Small; Nicolay

Kradin

Symposium SHIPWRECKS AS PART OF OUR

MARITIME CULTURAL HERITAGE

Organizers: Laura L. Gongaware & Kristen

Vogel

Chairs: Laura L. Gongaware & Kristen

Vogel

Participants: Bradley Krueger; Kristen

Vogel and Laura Gongaware; Laura L.

Gongaware and Kristen Vogel

THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 15

Symposium IN THE EASTERN FLUTED POINT

TRADITION

Organizer: Joseph A.M. Gingerich

Chair: Joseph A.M. Gingerich

Participants: Stephen Loring and Derek

Wilton; Richard Boisvert; Kurt W. Carr; R

Michael Stewart, Kurt Carr and Michael

Frankl; Albert C. Goodyear; Ashley M.

Smallwood, D. Shane Miller and Doug Sain;

Thomas Loebel; James S. Dunbar, Glen H.

Doran and W. Jack Rink; Stuart J. Fiedel; D.

Shane Miller, Joseph A.M. Gingerich and

Erik N. Johanson; John C. Blong; Joseph

A.M. Gingerich; Jeff Illingworth, James M.

Adovasio and C. Andrew Hemmings

Discussant: David G. Anderson

Symposium ANTHROPOLOGICAL GEO-

PHYSICS: SCALE AND CONFIGURATION IN

THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECORD

Organizers: James G. Enloe & Jason R.

Thompson

Chair: Jason R. Thompson

Participants: Jason R. Thompson; Lawrence

B. Conyers; Shawn Patch and Danny Gregory;

William E. Whittaker; Carlos M. Pereira,

Paul Thacker and Kenneth Robinson; Victor

D. Thompson, Phillip Arnold, Thomas

Pluckhahn and Amber VanDerwarker; Benjamin

Vining; Jennie O. Sturm

Discussants: Lawrence B. Conyers; James

G. Enloe

Symposium DIVERSITY ON THE EDGE OF THE

SOUTHWEST: LATE HUNTER- GATHERERS AND

FARMERS OF THE JORNADA MOGOLLON

Organizers: Thomas R. Rocek & Jim A.

Railey

Chairs: Jim A. Railey & Thomas R. Rocek

Participants: Christopher A. Turnbow and

Jim A. Railey; Thomas R. Rocek; Christine

G. Ward and Shaun Phillips; Nancy A. Kenmotsu

and Myles Miller; Peter C. Condon,

Javier Vasquez and Luis Sierra; Shaun M.

Lynch and Thomas Rocek; John L. Montgomery;

Douglas H M Boggess, David Hill,

Linda Cummings, Chad Yost and Mary

Malainey; Chad L Yost; Jim A. Railey and

Matthew Bandy; George H. MacDonell and

Lynn Robinson

General Session METHOD, THEORY AND

PRACTICE IN ARCHAEOLOGY

Chair: Evan Peacock

Participants: Bill Schindler; Andrew A.

White; Charles C. Boyd and Donna Boyd;

Evan Peacock and Barrett Burnworth; Deborah

L. Nichols and Susan Evans; Angela S

Jaillet; Victor B. Fisher; Katharine Ellenberger;

Philip G. Millhouse; Adam T. Sellen and

Lynneth Lowe

Symposium ARCHAEOASTRONOMY IN THE

AMERICAS

Organizer: Bob Benfer

Chairs: Victoria R Bricker & Rubén G.

Mendoza

Participants: Andrew Munro; Kim Malville

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and Nancy Malville; Francis Scardera, Laurie

Rush, Margaret Schulz and Randy Amici; Victoria

Bricker; Michael Grofé; Rosanna Quiroz

Ennis; John Major Jenkins; James Zeidler;

Phyllis Pitluga; Larry Adkins and Robert A.

Benfer; Robert Benfer; Steven Gullberg

Symposium TURDS, TURKEYS, AND TICKS ON

CEDAR MESA: NEW INSIGHTS FROM OLD

COLLECTIONS

Organizer: R. G. Matson

Chair: William D. Lipe

Participants: Brian M. Kemp, Cara Monroe,

Phil Geib, William Lipe and RG Matson;

Camilla F. Speller, Scott Wyatt, William

Lipe, Cara Monroe and Dongya Yang; Scott

D. Wyatt, Cara Monroe and BreAnne Nott;

BreAnne M. Nott, John Jones and Brian

Kemp; R. G. Matson and Jesse Morin;

Emily Holstad and John Jones; Diane Curewitz

and R.G. Matson; William D. Lipe,

Donna Glowacki and Thomas Windes

Discussant: Winston Hurst

Symposium FROM THE AMERICAN SOUTH-

WEST TO CALIFORNIA AND BEYOND: PAPERS

IN HONOR OF MICHAEL GLASSOW, PART 2

Organizer: John R. Johnson

Chair: Julia G. Costello

Participants: Shelly Davis- King; Stephen

Horne; Dustin K. McKenzie, Mark Hylkema

and John Schlagheck; H.B. Thakar;

Brenda J. Bowser, Paul Langenwalter, Holly

Eeg, Daniel Grijalva and Nhi Truong

Discussants: Lynn H. Gamble; Michael J.

Moratto

General Session GENERAL OLD WORLD

ARCHAEOLOGY

Chair: Nerisa Russell

Participants: Mark Collard, Kevan Edinborough,

Stephen Shennan and Mark Thomas;

Nerissa Russell; Carrie Roth- Murray;

Matthew L. Sisk and John Shea; Olaf Nehlich

and Michael Richards; Kelly M. Harkins;

Ricardo J. Elia and Amalia Perez- Juez

Symposium CURRENT RESEARCH ON THE

COLLECTIONS FROM THE ORENDORF SITE,

FULTON COUNTY, ILLINOIS

Organizer: Lawrence A. Conrad

Chair: Lawrence A. Conrad

Participants: Lawrence A. Conrad; Mary

Simon; Steven R. Kuehn; Janet Speth; Alexey

Zelin; Brenda Beck, Amanda Butler and

Madeleine Evans; Amanda Butler, Brenda

Beck and Madeleine Evans; Jeremy J. Wilson,

Jennifer Bauder and Dawnie Steadman

Discussant: Gregory D. Wilson

Forum THE LIFE HISTORIES OF OBJECTS IN

EAST ASIAN PREHISTORY AND HISTORY

Organizer: Francis Allard

Chair: Francis Allard

Discussants: Francis Allard; Ilona R. Bausch;

Pochan Chen; TzeHuey Chiou- Peng; Rowan


K. Flad; Ling- yu Hung; Tianlong Jiao; Katheryn

Linduff; Gideon Shelach; Sascha

Priewe; Yan Sun; Xiaolong Wu

General Session RECENT RESEARCH IN EGYPT,

THE NEAR EAST, AND THE GULF REGION

Chair: Christine Plimpton

Participants: Ashton J. Spatz; Marta Sobur;

Crystal D. Fritz; Royal O. Ghazal; Danielle

S Fatkin, Katherine Adelsberger, Benjamin

Porter, Bruce Routledge and Andrew Wilson;

Joshua Trampier; Mallorie A. Hatch

and Kent M. Johnson; Christine L. Plimpton;

Jay E. Silverstein, Robert Littman and

Daniel Jones

Sponsored Symposium ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE

VALLEYS OF COCHABAMBA: A SESSION IN

MEMORY OF CRAIG MORRIS

(Sponsored by Committee on the Americas)

Organizers: Alvaro Higueras & Timothy L.

McAndrews

Chair: Alvaro Higueras

Participants: Monica Barnes; Olga Gabelmann;

Alvaro Higueras; Timothy L. McAndrews;

Karen Anderson; Zulema Terceros

Cespedes; Lawrence S. Coben; David

Pereira; Claudia Rivera

Discussants: Mario A. Rivera; James E. Snead

Forum DIGGING UP THE FUTURE OF PUB-

LISHING: THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE AMER-

ICAS DIGITAL MONOGRAPH INITIATIVE

Organizer: Bennett Lovett- Graff

Chair: Bennett Lovett- Graff

Discussants: Keith W. Kintigh; Dean R.

Snow; Julian D. Richards; Darrin Pratt;

Allyson Carter; John Byram; Rebecca L.

Rauch; Mary Lena Dixon; Stephen Plog;

Mark Kurtz; W Fredrick Limp

Symposium NEW APPROACHES TO THE

ARCHAEOLOGY OF BLUE CREEK AND

NORTHWESTERN BELIZE

Organizer: Thomas H. Guderjan

Chair: Thomas H. Guderjan

Participants: Thomas H. Guderjan; Gabriel

D. Wrobel, David Glassman and James

Tyler; Colleen Hanratty; Marc Wolf and

Thomas Guderjan; Jason W Barrett, D.

Bruce Dickson, William Brown and Marc

Wolf; Sheryl Luzzadder- Beach and Timothy

Beach; Stephen C. Reichardt and Samantha

Krause; Robert B. Warden

Discussants: D Bruce Dickson; Fred Valdez;

John Michael Morris

General Session RECENT RESEARCH IN

COASTAL PERU

Chair: Brian Billman

Participants: Ana Nieves; Luis E. López-

Hurtado; Vanessa Chang; Valentine Wauters

and Mafalda Martins; Ashley K. Heaton and

Stacy Dunn; Evan Surridge; Miranda E.

Brunton; Brian R. Billman and Jesus

Briceno Rosario

General Session NEW TECHNICAL APPLICA-

TIONS TO CARIBBEAN ARCHAEOLOGY

Chair: James M. VanderVeen

Participants: Jason E. Laffoon, Menno

Hoogland and Roberto Valcarcel Rojas;

Claudette A. Casile; John G. Jones, Peter E.

Siegel, Nicholas P. Dunning and Deborah

Pearsall; Hayley L. Mickleburgh and Roberto

Valcarcél Rojas; James M. VanderVeen;

Emma K. Bate; William J. Pestle; Michael

Young; Stephan Lenik; Paula Saunders

General Session MAYA ICONOGRAPHY AND

RITUAL

Chair: Jessica J. Christie

Participants: Robert Leonard Hall; Michael

P. Saunders; Melisa A. Quesenberry; Vernal

G. Norman; Jessica J. Christie; Alexandre A.

Tokovinine; Sarah Kurnick; Annabel B

Raab; Ryan Mongelluzzo; Lucia R. Henderson;

Shawn G. Morton, Gabriel Wrobel,

Rebecca Shelton and Joshua Lynch

Symposium STOREROOMS, TOKENS AND

ADMINISTRATIVE DEVICES IN EARLY COM-

PLEX SOCIETIES

Organizer: Linda R. Manzanilla

Participants: Yosef Garfinkel; Thomas

Pozorski and Shelia Pozorski; John R. Topic;

Gary Urton; Frank Salomon; Michael P

Smyth; Linda R. Manzanilla

Discussant: Mitchell S Rothman

Sponsored Symposium ARPA AT 30: LESSONS

LEARNED FOR THE FUTURE

(Sponsored by Government Affairs Committee)

Organizer: Martin E. McAllister

Chair: Martin E. McAllister

Participants: David Griffel; Todd Swain and

Tim Canaday; Jeanette Matovich; James M.

Adovasio; James Moriarty; Elise Foster; Martin

E. McAllister; Douglas B. Craig and

Johna Hutira

Discussants: Sherry Hutt; Mark Michel

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General Session EXPLORING THE EUROPEAN

BRONZE AGE

Chair: Daniel Pullen

Participants: Daniel Sosna and Vladimir

Sladek; Maureen E. Marshall and Ruzan

Mkrtchyan; Daniel J. Pullen and Thomas

Tartaron; Meredith A. Reifschneider; Jill

Hilditch; Sabrina Gloux and Andre Gonciar;

Taylor Hermes; Andre Gonciar

Symposium OAXACA ARCHEOLOGY: RECENT

RESEARCH ON PRE- HISPANIC SOCIETIES

Organizers: Nelly M. Robles Garcia &

Ricardo Higelin

Chairs: Nelly M. Robles Garcia & Noreen

C. Tuross

Participants: Veronica Perez Rodriguez;

Laura R. Stiver Walsh; Noreen C. Tuross,

Nelly Robles Garcia, Antonio Martinez

Tuñón, Christina Warinner and Dylan

Clark; Agustin E. Andrade; Lucia Cazares;

Jorge Rios; Dante Garcia; Antonio Martínez

Tuñón; Ricardo Higelin; Olga Landa; Nelly

M. Robles Garcia and Jack Corbett; Ivan

Rivera Guzman

Sponsored Symposium ARCHAEOLOGY WITH

STYLE: CELEBRATING THE RESEARCH

CAREER OF MARGARET W. CONKEY

(Sponsored by Rock Art Interest Group)

Organizers: Lenville J. Stelle & Josephine

McDonald

Chair: Lenville J. Stelle

Participants: Josephine McDonald and

Peter Veth; Jan F. Simek; Johannes H. Loubser;

David S. Whitley and Carmen M.T.

Whitley; Silvia Tomaskova; Jean Clottes and

Yanik le Guillou; Francoise Audouze; Carole

Fritz and Gilles Tosello; Lynda D. McNeil;

Linea Sundstrom; William Rex Weeks; Carolyn

E. Boyd and Marvin Rowe

Discussant: Margaret W. Conkey

Symposium THE LATE PREHISTORIC AND

PROTOHISTORIC COMPONENTS AT THE NEW

LENOX SITE

Organizers: Rochelle Lurie & Kathleen

Ehrhardt

Chair: Rochelle Lurie

Participants: M. Catherine Bird; Scott J.

Demel; Clare Tolmie; Steven A. Katz and

Rochelle Lurie; Michelle M. Birnbaum;

William T. Billeck; Kathleen Ehrhardt;

Rochelle Lurie and Kathleen L. Ehrhardt

Discussant: James A. Brown

Symposium ALLIANCE AND LANDSCAPE ON

PERRY MESA, CENTRAL ARIZONA

Organizer: David R. Abbott

Chair: David R. Abbott

Participants: David R. Abbott and Katherine

Spielmann; Scott E. Ingram; Melissa R.

Kruse- Peeples; Christopher N. Watkins and

Sophia Kelly; Wesley Bernardini; Arleyn

Simon, Jennifer Huang and Tina Carpenter

Discussants: Glen E. Rice; Jeffery J. Clark

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM


FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 16

Symposium ARCHAEOLOGIES OF INTRUSIVENESS

Organizers: David Chicoine & Rob Mann

Chair: Rob Mann

Participants: Rob Mann and David

Chicoine; Jonathan Haas, Winifred Creamer

and Alvaro Ruiz; Shelia Pozorski and

Thomas Pozorski; Martin T. Authier and

Manuel Perales Munguía; Hugo Ikehara;

Giancarlo Marcone; Melissa A. Vogel; Reinhard

W. Bernbeck; Tsim D. Schneider; Eric

C. Drake and John Franzen

General Session ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE

PLAINS AND ROCKY MOUNTAINS

Chair: Donna Roper

Participants: Howard J. Cyr; Brendon P.

Asher; Alice M. Tratebas; Donna C. Roper;

Daniel C. Pugh; Jenn Mueller; Veronica

Mraz; Cody Newton; Gregory E. Williams

Symposium RETHINKING PRECOLONIAL

SOCIALITIES IN THE ANCIENT CARIBBEAN

Organizer: Josh M. Torres

Chairs: Josh M. Torres & Reniel Rodriguez

Ramos

Participants: Josh M. Torres; Reniel

Rodriguez Ramos; L. Antonio Curet;

Corinne Hofman and Menno L.P. Hoogland;

Alice V M Samson; Angus A. A. Mol;

Joost Morsink; Jaime R. Pagan- Jimenez;

Geoffrey DuChemin; A. Brooke Persons

Symposium TRIALS BY FIRE: ARCHAEOLOGIES

OF BURNED SITES AND FEATURES

Organizer: Alison E. Rautman

Chair: Alison E. Rautman

Participants: Gregory D. Wilson and Dana

Bardolph; Takeshi Inomata; Paul F. Reed

and James Snead; Stephen Dueppen; Amy Jo

Vonarx; Abigail R. Levine; Matthew A.

Chamberlin and Alison Rautman

Discussant: E. Charles Adams

General Session ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE

WESTERN UNITED STATES

Chair: A. Dudley Gardner

Participants: Bradley Newbold; Tara

Hamilton; Jaime L Dexter; Joshua L. Keene

and Michael Waters; William Andrefsky,

Jennifer Ferris, Justin Williams and Nathan

Goodale; Gustavo A. Martinez; A. Dudley

Gardner, William Gardner, Russel Gibb and

Laura Pasacreta; Clint R. Cole; Robert B.

Nash; Rigden A. Glaab; Paul S. Marceaux;

Rachel A. Horowitz; Nicole A. Ramirez and

Frank Bayham; Shari M. Silverman

Electronic Symposium THE CANVAS OF SPACE:

METHOD AND THEORY OF SPATIAL INVESTI-

GATIONS IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Organizers: Kimberly Kasper & Margaret R

Morris

Chairs: Kimberly Kasper & Margaret R

Morris

Participants: Margaret R Morris; Ezra B.

Zubrow, Eva Hulse, Greg Korosec and Dustin

Keeler; Angele P. Smith; Christine B. Anderson;

Quentin Lewis; Meredith D. Hardy; Elizabeth

M. Lynch; Brian D. Jones; Raymond B.

Whitlow; Eva L. Hulse; Sarah P. Sportman;

Kimberly Kasper and Kevin McBride

General Session LITHIC AND LANDSCAPE

STUDIES IN NORTHWESTERN NORTH

AMERICA

Chair: Barbara A. Vargo

Participants: Barbara A. Vargo and Katherine

Kelly; Lucille E. Harris; Jesse D. Morin;

Michele L. Punke; Michael Wanzenried;

Sara J. Davis

Symposium NEW APPROACHES IN REGIONAL

NETWORK ANALYSIS

Organizer: Carl Knappett

Chair: Ray Rivers

Participants: John E. Terrell; Soren M.

Sindbaek; Ray Rivers, Carl Knappett and

Tim Evans; Koji Mizoguchi; Fiona S. Coward;

Anna C F Collar; Barbara J. Mills, Jeffery

Clark, Deborah Huntley, W.R. Haas

and Meaghan Trowbridge; Stephen Colby

Phillips and Erik Gjesfjeld

Discussant: Sander E. Van Der Leeuw

General Session MAYA ARCHAEOLOGY IN

YUCATAN

Chair: Scott Hutson

Participants: Fabio E. Amador, Jeffrey

Glover, Dominique Rissolo and Joe Ball; Scott

R. Hutson and Miguel Covarrubias; Justine

M. Shaw and Alberto Flores Colin; Joseph S.

Stair; Laura M Amrhein; Tomas Gallareta

Cervera; Tatiana Zelenetskaya Young

Symposium SEEDS OF CHANGE: EARLY

HOLOCENE SUBSISTENCE DIVERSIFICATION

AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE ACROSS THE

DESERT WEST

Organizers: Phil R. Geib & Edward A. Jolie

Chairs: Edward A. Jolie & Phil R. Geib

Participants: Morgan S. Seamont and Max-

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ine McBrinn; Ariane O. Pinson; Charlotte

Beck, George T. Jones and David B. Madsen;

Geoffrey M. Smith; Lisbeth A. Louderback;

Bonnie Lynn Pitblado; David Rhode;

David T. Yoder, Mark Bodily, Sara Hill, Joel

Janetski and Bradley Newbold; Edward A.

Jolie and Phil Geib; Phil R. Geib and

Edward Jolie; Nicholas Chapin; David W.

Zeanah, Douglas Bird, Rebecca Bliege Bird

and Brian Codding

Discussants: Robert Bettinger; Wirt Wills

Symposium ARCHAEOLOGY IS ANTHROPOLO-

GY: CELEBRATING 50 YEARS WITH LEWIS R.

BINFORD

Organizer: Pei- Lin Yu

Chairs: Pei- Lin Yu & Matthew Schmader

Participants: James G. Enloe; Jacob Freeman;

William A. Longacre; Robert L. Kelly;

Kaoru Akoshima; Clive Gamble; Luis A.

Borrero; Russell D. Greaves; Karen L.

Kramer; LuAnn Wandsnider and Simon

Holdaway; Amber L. Johnson; Matthew

Schmader; Simon J. Holdaway and LuAnn

Wandsnider

Discussants: Jeremy Sabloff; Kit Nelson

General Session MONUMENTAL ARCHITEC-

TURE IN THE MAYA LOWLANDS

Chair: Brett Houk

Participants: Maria M. Martinez; Debora

C. Trein; Chloe Sinclair, Scott Guzman and

Brandon Lewis; Brett A. Houk and Gregory

Zaro; Meredith L. Coats; Christopher R.

Andres, Gabriel D. Wrobel and Shawn Morton;

Jessica H. Craig; W. David Driver;

Elaine D. Schele

Symposium SEDUCED BY THE DARK SIDE,

PART 1: EXPLORING CAVES IN MESOAMERI-

CAN ICONOGRAPHY

Organizers: James E. Brady & Jaime J. Awe

Chair: Ann M. Scott

Participants: Jaime J. Awe; Jeremy D. Coltman;

Mario Giron and Jeremy Coltman;

Rebecca Sload; Shankari U. Patel; Davide

Domenici

Symposium JAMES BROWN AND THE IMPACT

OF CAHOKIA IN THE MISSISSIPPIAN SOUTH-

EAST

Organizers: Mary Beth D Trubitt, Frank K.

Reilly & George Sabo III

Chair: Frank K. Reilly

Participants: Lynne Goldstein; James R.

Duncan and Carol Diaz- Granados; Kevin E.

Smith and Emily L. Beahm; Vincas P.

Steponaitis and Gregory D. Wilson; Claudine

Payne; Adam King and Alexander Corsci;

George Sabo III; Alex W. Barker; David A.

Freidel and F. Kent Reilly III; Robert V.

Sharp, Kevin E. Smith and David Dye

Discussant: Christopher S. Peebles


General Session OLD WORLD POLITICS AND

ARCHAEOLOGY: PAST AND PRESNT

Chair: Katina T. Lillios

Participants: Maureen P. Mahoney; Anna

Stroulia and Susan Sutton; Katina T. Lillios;

Tera C. Pruitt; Elizabeth M. Elliott

General Session OLD PROBLEMS AND NEW

INSIGHTS INTO ONEOTA AND FORT ANCIENT

SOCIETIES

Chair: David Pollack

Participants: Emily Hildebrant Iffert;

Roland L. Rodell; Richard W. Edwards;

Kathleen Foley Winkler; David Pollack and

A. Gwynn Henderson

Symposium RITUAL DEDICATION AND TER-

MINATION OF ARCHITECTURE AND MATERI-

AL CULTURE IN THE PREHISPANIC SOUTH-

WEST

Organizers: Myles R. Miller & Darrell G.

Creel

Chairs: Darrell G. Creel & Myles R. Miller

Participants: Bernard Schriever and Barbara

Roth; Carrie C. Heitman; Darrell G. Creel

and Roger Anyon; Susan C. Ryan; Michael

A. Adler; E. Charles Adams; Vincent M.

LaMotta; Myles R. Miller; Christine S. Van-

Pool and Todd VanPool; Mark D. Elson and

Henry Wallace

Discussants: Richard H. Wilshusen;

William H. Walker

Symposium PLACE AS POLITICAL: ARCHAEO-

LOGICAL VIEWS ON LANDSCAPE, RITUAL AND

SPACE

Organizers: Jennifer E. Perry & Colleen

Delaney- Rivera

Chairs: Colleen Delaney- Rivera & Jennifer

E. Perry

Participants: Jason L. Toohey; Matt

Edwards; Aimee M. Plourde and Elizabeth

Arkush; Alex E. Morrison; Mark W. Allen;

Wendy G. Teeter and Desiree Martinez; Jennifer

E. Perry; Colleen Delaney- Rivera;

Maureen S. Meyers; William Green

Discussant: James E. Snead

Forum QUIET CRISIS IN AMERICAN

ARCHAEOLOGY

Organizer: Michael W. Gregg

Chairs: Paul Goldberg & David Killick

Discussants: Paul Goldberg; Ofer Bar- Yosef;

Ariane M. Burke; Michael Chazan; Robert H.

Tykot; Charles C. Kolb; Hector Neff; T Douglas

Price; John E. Yellen; Anna C. Roosevelt

Symposium HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF

THE MIDDLE AND UPPER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

Organizer: Elizabeth M. Scott

Chair: Elizabeth M. Scott

Participants: Elizabeth M. Scott; Terrance J.

Martin; Lisa M. Dretske; Matt Cox; Kyle D.

Hensley; Carl J. Zachmann; Shanta J.

Hoard; Wade T. Tharp; Christopher Fennell

Poster Session ADVANCE IN EXCHANGE STUD-

IES THROUGH COMPOSITIONAL ANALYSIS

Organizer: Laure Dussubieux

Chair: Laure Dussubieux

Participants: Alison K. Carter; Rahul C.

Oka, Chapurukha Kusimba and Vishwas

Gogte; Mark L. Golitko and John Edward

Terrell; Emily Stovel; Jennifer M. Zovar;

Sutee Veerawan; Laure Dussubieux, Richard

Cox, Mark Golitko and Patrick R. Williams;

Misty CM Brum, Ryan Williams, Abigail

Levine and Charles Stanish; Kevin J.

Vaughn, Laure Dussubieux, Ryan Williams

and Sarah Cross; Sofia C. Chacaltana; Nicola

O. Sharratt, Mark Golitko, P. Ryan

Williams and Laure Dussubieux; Mamadou

Cisse, Susan McIntosh, Laure Dussubieux

and Marilee Woods

Poster Session AN INTEGRATIVE VISION:

PAPERS IN CELEBRATION OF THE LIFE AND

WORK OF PHILLIP L. WALKER

(1947–2009)

Organizers: Christina Torres- Rouff &

Jacqueline T. Eng

Chair: Michele R. Buzon

Participants: Sarah Schrader and Michele

Buzon; Zachariah R Hubbell and Michele

R. Buzon; Jacqueline T. Eng, Vanchigdash

Mergen, Phillip Walker, Shugang Yang and

Quanchao Zhang; Christina Torres- Rouff,

William J. Pestle and Francisco Gallardo;

Corina M. Kellner and Katharine A.

Compton- Gore; Tiffiny A. Tung and Katharina

Schreiber; Sabrina B. Sholts, Dennis

Stanford, Phillip Walker, Louise Flores and

Sebastian Warmlander; Jon McVey Erlandson,

Todd Braje, Phillip Walker, Tom Rockwell

and Tom Stafford; Susan C. Kuzminsky,

Phillip Walker, Sabrina Sholts, Rebecca

Richman and Jon Erlandson; Joseph G.

Lorenz, Brian Kemp and John Johnson;

Henry P. Schwarcz and Phillip Walker

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Sponsored Poster Session ARCHAEOLOGICAL

SCIENCE 2010: PART I

(Sponsored by Society for Archaeological

Sciences)

Organizers: Christopher B. Wolff, Javier G.

Inanez & Robert J. Speakman

Chair: Andrew Boehm

Participants: William I. Woods, Laurent

Verslype, Bailey K. Young, Paul Hudson and

Ines Leroy; Leslie G. Cecill, Melissa Logan

and Linda Scott Cummings; William T.

Whitehead; Emily S. McClung de Tapia; E.

Christian Wells; Sharon K. Hull, Mostafa

Fayek and Joan Mathien; Timothy E. Riley;

Ellery E. Frahm; Martin Giesso, Victor

Durán, Valeria Cortegoso, Lorena Sanhueza

R. and Michael Glascock; Corinne N. Rosania;

Andrew Boehm, Conor Hall and Erik

Otarola- Castillo; Erik W. Gjesfjeld; Nathan

Stevens and Douglas Harro; Thomas M.

Urban, Krysta Ryzewski and John Hermance;

Michael R. Hilton; Kyle P. Freund

and Robert H. Tykot

Poster Session THE UWM MILWAUKEE

COUNTY INSTITUTION GROUNDS CEMETERY

RESEARCH INITIATIVE: PROGRESS AND

PROSPECT

Organizer: Patricia B. Richards

Chair: Patricia B. Richards

Participants: Patricia B. Richards; Brian

Nicholls; Michele Schutte; Brooke L. Drew;

Catherine R. Jones; Colleen Milligan and

Adrianne Daggett; Emily Mueller Epstein;

Ashley D. Dunford; Katherine E.

Shillinglaw

Forum SOUTHERN VERACRUZ CHRONOLOGY:

ASSESSING THE IMPLICATIONS OF NEW EVI-

DENCE

Organizer: Marcie L. Venter

Chair: Michael L. Loughlin

Discussants: Philip J. Arnold; Michael L.

Loughlin; Christopher A. Pool; Wesley D.

Stoner; Marcie L. Venter; Carl J. Wendt;

Nathan D Wilson

Symposium PUEBLO BONITO MOUNDS

RESEARCH: FORMATION PROCESSES AND

ARTIFACTS

Organizer: Wirt Wills

Chair: Patricia L. Crown

Participants: Wirt Wills; Wetherbee B.

Dorshow; Patricia L. Crown; Adam S.

Okun; Hannah V. Mattson; Sandra Arazi-

Coambs

Discussant: Catherine M. Cameron

General Session PLEISTOCENE AND EARLY

HOLOCENE IN AFRICA

Chair: Utsav Schurmans

Participants: Utsav A. Schurmans, Harold

Dibble and Mohammed El Hajraoui; Benjamin

J. Schoville and Kyle Brown; Loretta

J. Dibble; Jarod M. Hutson; W. Andrew

Barr and Denné N. Reed; Veronica Waweru

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM


Forum QUANTIFICATION AND PRESENTA-

TION: EFFECTIVE MEANS OF PRESENTING

PLANT EVIDENCE IN ARCHAEOLOGY

Organizers: Christine A. Hastorf, Matthew

P. Sayre, Rob Q. Cuthrell

Chair: Shanti Morell- Hart

Discussants: Chantel White; Deborah

Pearsall; Stefanie Jacomet; Judith Field;

Naomi Miller; David Goldstein; Gyoung-Ah

Lee; Leo A. Hosoya

Sponsored Forum FACING UP TO AVOID-

ANCE: A HARD LOOK AT FLAG- AND- AVOID

ARCHAEOLOGY

(Sponsored by National Trust for Historic

Preservation)

Organizers: Rebecca H. Schwendler &

William D. Lipe

Chair: Rebecca H. Schwendler

Discussants: Lynne Sebastian; Jeffrey H.

Altschul; Joel I. Klein; Sarah H. Schlanger;

Tom McCulloch; William G. Reed; Mark D

Varien; Susan M. Chandler

General Session CERAMIC AND LANDSCAPE

STUDIES IN THE MAYA AREA

Chair: Krista L. Garcia

Participants: Mikael Fauvelle; Benjamin J.

Skousen; Krista L. Garcia; Jerald Ek; Tracie

D. Mayfield

Poster Session LEGACIES OF RESILIENCE: THE

LAKE PATZCUARO BASIN ARCHAEOLOGICAL

PROJECT

Organizers: Christopher T. Fisher, Jason

Bush & Florencia L. Pezzutti

Chairs: Jason Bush & Christopher J. Stawski

Participants: Corrie L. Ahrens, Christopher

Fisher and LORE- LPB Team; Florencia L.

Pezzutti and Christopher Fisher; Christopher

J. Stawski and Corrie Ahrens; Jason

Bush and Kristen Deily; Anna S. Cohen and

Francois Dengah; Raquel Batista Martinez,

Christopher Fisher, Bryan Baker and LORE-

LPB Team; Helen P. Pollard

Poster Session ARCHAEOLOGY OF MEXICO

AND CENTRAL AMERICA

Participants: Anthony J. Ranere and Patricia

Hansell; Douglas H. Drake and John G.

Jones; Margaret K. Neff; Amparo Robles-

Salmerón, Gabriela Uruñuela and Patricia

Plunket; Robin Cleland; Jose M. Alvarez

Poster Session MAYA ARCHAEOLOGY

Participants: D Bruce Dickson and Jason

W. Barrett; Heather McKillop, George Harlowe,

Michael Wiemann, C. Wayne Smith

and April Sievert; Michael Storozum,

Nicholas Dunning and William Saturno;

James W. Meierhoff and Mark Golitko;

Ciprian F. Ardelean; Scott E. Simmons

Poster Session FROM THE MIDDLE TO LATE

HORIZON IN THE PERUVIAN ANDES

Participants: Allisen C. Dahlstedt; Emily A.

Sharp and Tiffiny Tung; Alysha L. Tribbett

and Tiffiny Tung; Robyn E. Cutright; Di

Hu; Stacy M. Dunn and Kit Nelson; Melissa

Chatfield; James A. Davenport and Kit Nelson;

A. Emily Baca Marroquin; Anna E.

Harkey

Poster Session GENERAL SOUTH AMERICA

Participants: Greg J. Maggard; Allen

Rutherford, Jonathan Haas, Winifred

Creamer and Manuel Perales Munguia;

Bruce Benz, Michael Blake and Lori Baker;

David Chicoine and Hugo Ikehara; Flannery

K. Surette, Paul Szpak, Fred J. Longstaffe,

Christine D. White and Jean- François Millaire;

Emma A Schmitt; Colleen A.

Strawhacker and Frances Hayashida; Jack A.

Johnson; Gustavo Barrientos, Fernando

Oliva, Rodolfo Barrientos, Luciana Catella

and Cecilia Panizza; Alicia Boswell, Camila

Capriata Estrada, Brian Billman and Jesus

Briceño Rosario; Ronald Yim and Steven A.

Wernke

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 16

Symposium ISSUES AND METHODS IN

ARCHAEOBOTANY

Organizers: Jade D’Alpoim Guedes &

Christina Warinner

Chairs: Christina Warinner & Jade

D’Alpoim Guedes

Participants: Shanti Morell- Hart; John M.

Marston; Ksenija Borojevic; Kristie R. Martin;

Dana N. Bardolph; Christine Sievers;

Leo A. Hosoya; Jade D’Alpoim Guedes and

Ming Jiang; Amanda G. Henry, Timothy

Rose, Alison Brooks and Dolores Piperno;

Stephanie R. Simms; Rebecca Mountain and

Ksenija Borojevic

Discussants: Gary W. Crawford; Patti Wright

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Sponsored Forum TIPS, TACTICS, AND TECH-

NIQUES: FACILITATING INTERACTIONS

BETWEEN ARCHAEOLOGISTS AND THE MEDIA

(Sponsored by Media Relations Committee)

Organizers: Renata B. Wolynec & Jon S.

Czaplicki

Chair: Renata B. Wolynec

Discussants: Elizabeth Culotta; Andrew

Lawler; Andrea Elyse Messer; Clifton Wiens;

Anna Kerttula De Echave; Stephanie M.

Whittlesey

Symposium THE AURIGNACIAN OF THE

SWABIAN JURA, SOUTHWESTERN GERMANY

Organizers: Christopher E. Miller &

Nicholas J. Conard

Chairs: Nicholas J. Conard & Christopher

E. Miller

Participants: Nicholas J. Conard; Christopher

E. Miller and Paul Goldberg; Simone

Riehl, Elena Marinova- Wolff, Katleen Deckers

and Nicholas Conard; Susanne C. Muenzel

and Michael Hofreiter; Hervé Bocherens,

Dorothée Drucker, Susanne Münzel, Elisabeth

Stephan and Nicholas Conard; Harald

Floss; Michael Bolus; Bruce L. Hardy; Kurt

Wehrberger and Nicholas Conard; Sibylle

Wolf; Guillaume Porraz; Luc Moreau;

Daniel Richter

Discussants: Gilbert Tostevin; Anne Pike- Tay

Symposium THE LARGO- GALLINA: PREHIS-

TORIC INHABITANTS OF THE AMERICAN

SOUTHWEST

Organizer: Paula A. Massouh

Chair: Paula A. Massouh

Participants: Andrew R. Gomolak; J M.

Bremer; Denver P. Burns; Erik Simpson;

Lewis S. Borck; Connie Constan; Adam M.

Byrd; Joe Lally; Paula A. Massouh; Michael

L Elliott

Discussants: Elizabeth A. Oster; Ronald

Towner; David R. Wilcox

Symposium TRAJECTORIES OF CONTACT IN

THE CARPATHIAN BASIN: SPECIALIZATION

AND THE CHANGING SOCIO- ECONOMIC

DIMENSIONS OF BRONZE AGE TRADE

Organizer: Carla E. Klehm

Chair: Carla E. Klehm

Participants: Timothy A. Parsons; Vajk

Szeverenyi; Tamas Polanyi; Christopher A.

Papalas; Katherine Kanne; Paul R. Duffy;

Amy J. Nicodemus; Carla E. Klehm and

Borbola Nyiri; Timothy Earle

Discussant: Cathy L. Costin

General Session FROM ANCIENT ROASTING

PITS TO MODERN K- RATIONS: NEW STUDIES

IN SOUTHWEST ARCHAEOLOGY

Chair: Angela Keller

Participants: Theodore M. Roberts, Saul

Hedquist and Eric Petersen; Theodore P.

Tsouras; Philippe D. LeTourneau, Jeffrey Ferguson

and Virginia McLemore; Dana L. Pertermann;

Lauren Jelinek; Angela H. Keller and


Christopher Doolittle; Judith E. Thomas;

Kelly M. Stehman and Michael Novotny;

Suzanne Eskenazi and Heidi Roberts

Sponsored Symposium TROPICAL FOREST

LOW- DENSITY URBANISM IN THE SOUTHERN

MAYA LOWLANDS AND SOUTHERN ASIA:

PAST AND PRESENT SUSTAINABILITY

(Sponsored by Archeology Division of the

American Anthropological Association)

Organizers: Lisa J. Lucero & Roland J.

Fletcher

Chair: Lisa J. Lucero

Participants: Roland J. Fletcher; Lisa

Lucero; Brendan M Buckley, Dan Penny,

Kevin Anchukaitis, Aroonrut Wichienkeeo

and Nam Le Canh; Mark Brenner, David

Hodell, Jason Curtis, Flavio Anselmetti and

Daniel Ariztegui; Damian H. Evans; Barbara

Fash; Laura L. Junker and Debra Green;

Miriam T. Stark and Alex Morrison; Gyles

Iannone and Jaime Awe; David L Webster

Discussants: Michael D. Coe; Stephen

Lansing; Vernon Scarborough

Symposium ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE ROCKIES

EXPRESS PIPELINE PROJECT MISSOURI AND

ILLINOIS

Organizer: Seth Mitchell

Chair: Grant L. Day

Participants: Seth Mitchell; Nathan Scholl,

Duane Simpson and Joe Artz; Vincent

Warner; Richard Stallings; Donald J. Weir,

Charles Moffat, Michael Hambacher,

Kathryn Egan- Bruhy and Katherine Guidi;

Stevan C. Pullins; Charles R. Moffat and

Katherine Guidi; Luke W. Erickson,

Michael Conner and Courtney Stoll; Paul

D. Bundy and Richard Herndon; Patrick D.

Trader; Laurid Broughton and J. Sanderson

Stevens; Andrew Bradbury, Steven Creasman

and Brian DelCastello; Michael J. Hambacher,

Charles R. Moffat, Kathryn C.

Egan- Bruhy and Michael F. Kolb

Symposium INTERREGIONAL INTERACTION

AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN PERU FROM

550–1000 AD

Organizer: Justin Jennings

Participants: Katharina Schreiber; Shinya

Watanabe; George F. Lau; Edward R. Swenson;

William H. Isbell and Hartmut

Tschaunert; Mary Glowacki; Justin Jennings;

Patrick Ryan Williams, Veronique Belisle,

Augusto Cardona, Robin Coleman and Kirk

Costion

Discussants: Carl Knappett; Timothy Earle

Sponsored Symposium FURTHER CONTRIBU-

TIONS TOWARDS AN INTERNATIONAL INVEN-

TORY OF PREHISTORIC MINES AND QUAR-

RIES

(Sponsored by Prehistoric Mines and Quarries

Group)

Organizers: David J. Field & Peter Topping

Chair: David J. Field

Participants: Dani Nadel, Sagi Filin, Danny

Rosenberg and Reuma Arav; Christopher D.

Noll; Neil Hauser, Wayne Wilson and

Robert Wunderlich; Phillip R. Johnson; Paul

Katz; Gabriel Cooney; John D. Rissetto;

Adrian L. Burke and Pierre M. Desrosiers;

Jenneth E. Curtis, Pierre Desrosiers, Adrian

Burke and Jamie Brake; Ivan B. Gatsov and

Petranka Nedelcheva; Olaf Jaime- Riveron,

Dolores Tenorio, Thomas Calligaro, Oscar

Neill Cruz and Ranferi Juárez

Discussant: Peter Topping

Symposium ARE WE WHAT WE EAT? CONTI-

NUITY AND CHANGE IN FOOD DURING CUL-

TURE CONTACT IN NORTH AMERICA

Organizers: John G. Douglass & Seetha N.

Reddy

Chairs: John G. Douglass & Seetha N.

Reddy

Participants: John G. Douglass and Seetha

Reddy; Virginia S. Popper; Lynn H. Gamble;

Allika Ruby and William Hildebrandt;

Sarah J. Van Galder, Justin Lev- Tov and

Richard Ciolek- Torrello; Seetha N. Reddy;

Rob Q. Cuthrell; Barnet Pavao- Zuckerman;

Ashley A. Peles and Heather Trigg; Jun U.

Sunseri; Kristen J. Gremillion; Gail E. Wagner;

Ginessa J. Mahar and Elliot Blair;

Kelsey J. Noack

Discussants: Katherine Spielmann; Christine

A. Hastorf

Symposium THE MOOREHEAD MOMENT:

THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT OF CAHOKIA’S

13TH CENTURY REORGANIZATION

Organizers: John E. Kelly, James A. Brown

& Mary Beth D Trubitt

Chair: John E. Kelly

Participants: John E. Kelly, James Brown

and Mary Beth Trubitt; Mary R. Vermilion;

Kathleen F. Stahlman, George Milner and

John Kelly; Julieann Van Nest; Timothy M.

Schilling; Bill Iseminger and Mary Vermilion;

Lori Belknap, John E. Kelly and James

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A. Brown; Matthew L. Chastain, David

Dunand, James Brown and Alix Deymier;

Lucretia S. Kelly; Kathryn E. Parker; Katri

S. Bailey and John Kelly; Mary Beth D Trubitt;

Jodie O’Gorman

Discussant: Robert Leonard Hall

Symposium SEDUCED BY THE DARK SIDE,

PART 2: NEW INVESTIGATIONS IN

MESOAMERICAN CAVE ARCHAEOLOGY

Organizers: Ann M. Scott and C. L. Kieffer

Chair: C. L. Kieffer

Participants: James E. Brady and

Christophe Helmke; Melanie P. Saldana;

Jennifer Coats; C. L. Kieffer; Holley Moyes

and Keith Prufer; Donald A. Slater; Eden

Chavez and Juan Landeros; Juan Landeros

and Eden Chavez; Guillermo De Anda

Alaniz; Dominique Rissolo; Ann M. Scott;

Keith M. Prufer and Adam Nazaroff

Symposium CURRENT PROGRESS AND NEW

RESULTS IN INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIVE

FIELDWORK IN CHINA

Organizer: Rowan K. Flad

Chair: Anne P. Underhill

Participants: Chris Morgan, Loukas Barton,

Robert Bettinger and Dongju Zhang; Ofer

Bar- Yosef; Xiaohong Wu; Christian E. Peterson,

Xueming Lu and Robert D. Drennan;

Tianlong Jiao and Chunming Wu; Ling

Qin, Guoping Sun, Shin’ichi Nakamura and

Hui Zhao; Rowan K. Flad, Timothy Horsley,

Kunyu He and Gwen Bennett; Peter

Weiming Jia, Alison Betts, Trudy Doelman,

Quanjia Chen and Xinhua Wu; Li Liu and

Xingcan Chen; Roderick B. Campbell,

Zhipeng Li, Yuling He and Jing Yuan;

Zhichun Jing and Jigen Tang; James B.

Stoltman, Zhichun Jing, Jigen Tang and Yue

Zhanwei; Feng Li and Zhonghe Liang; Min

Li, Tongxiu Zheng and Hui Fang;

Hongliang Lu, Yongxian Li, James Taylor

and Amanda Henck; Gwen P Bennett

Symposium MESOAMERICAN POLITICAL

ECONOMY AND THE POLITICS OF PRODUC-

TION: PAPERS IN HONOR OF KENNETH G.

HIRTH

Organizers: Carl J. Wendt, Jason P. De

Leon & J. Heath Anderson

Chair: J. Heath Anderson

Participants: Ann M. Cyphers; Carl J.

Wendt and Jason De Leon; David C. Grove;

Ronald Castanzo; Gabriela Urunuela and

Patricia Plunket; Gerardo Gutierrez; Erick T.

Rochette; Craig T. Goralski; Luis Barba;

Blanca E. Maldonado; Michael E. Smith;

Bradford W. Andrews; J. Heath Anderson;

Aurelio Lopez Corral

Discussants: Jason P. De Leon; Robert H.

Cobean

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM


Symposium NEW PERSPECTIVES ON KIMM-

SWICK, MODOC, AND THE PLEISTOCENE-

HOLOCENE TRANSITION

Organizers: Brad Koldehoff & Steven R.

Ahler

Chairs: Brad Koldehoff & Steven R. Ahler

Participants: Brad Koldehoff and Steven

Ahler; Mike Kolb and Edwin Hajic; Marvin

Kay; Robert A. Taylor and Juliet Morrow;

Brooke M. Morgan, Daniel S. Amick and

Brad Koldehoff; Madeleine G. Evans and

Dale McElrath; Steven R. Ahler; Jack H.

Ray, Neal Lopinot and Rolfe Mandel;

Richard W. Yerkes and Brad Koldehoff; Eve

A. Hargrave

Discussant: Greg J. Maggard

Symposium NEW FRONTIERS IN CENTRAL

AMAZONIAN ARCHAEOLOGY

Organizers: Anna Browne Ribeiro & Bruno

M. Moraes

Chair: Anna Browne Ribeiro

Participants: Caroline F. Caromano, Leandro

Matthews Cascon and Rita Scheel-

Ybert; Anne Rapp Py- Daniel; Anna Browne

Ribeiro; Claide P. Moraes; Bruno M.

Moraes; Francini Medeiros Silva, Lígia

Trombetta Lima and Myrtle P. Shock

Discussant: Eduardo G. Neves

Symposium CROSSING THEORETICAL FRAME-

WORKS AND FIELDS WITHIN FEMINISM:

AMERICAN/HISPANIC CONTEXTS OF

THOUGHT

Organizers: Maria Cruz Berrocal & Juan

M. Vicent Garcia

Chair: Maria Cruz Berrocal

Participants: Maria Cruz Berrocal; Margaret

J. Grove; Almudena Hernando; Sandra

Monton- Subías; Margarita Sanchez Romero;

Ana M Alonso; Nancy Escalante; Trinidad

Escoriza and Pedro Castro Martínez

Symposium THE PERFORMANCE OF MORTU-

ARY RITUAL IN THE AMERICAN SOUTHWEST

Organizer: M Scott Thompson

Chair: M Scott Thompson

Participants: Gordon F.M. Rakita; Jessica I.

Cerezo- Roman; Todd L. Howell; Kimberly

Spurr and Stewart Deats; M Scott Thompson;

Elizabeth A. Brandt; James T. Watson

and Jessica Cerezo- Roman; J Jefferson Reid

and Stephanie Whittlesey; Lorrie Lincoln-

Babb and Chris R. Loendorf; Chadwick

Burt and William H. Walker

Discussants: Lynne Sebastian; J Andrew

Darling

Sponsored Symposium THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF

PERSPECTIVE

(Sponsored by The ICOMOS Scientific

Committee on Archaeological Heritage

Management (ICAHM) and NASA)

Organizer: Douglas C. Comer

Chair: Douglas C. Comer

Participants: Ronald G. Blom, Douglas

Comer, Scott Hensley and Andrew Yatsko;

James C. Tilton, Douglas Comer, Kevin

May and Winston Hurst; Douglas C.

Comer and Glenn Markoe; Trent Stockton,

Mandy Munro- Stasiuk and T. Kam Manahan;

Winston Hurst; Charles W. Golden;

Michael Sean Chenoweth and Diana Greenlee;

Grant Coffey and Devin A. White;

Andrew Yatsko, Douglas Comer and Kevin

May; Christopher Balzotti, Richard Terry,

Steven Peterson and Ryan Jensen

Forum REFLECTING CRITICALLY ON THE

GOALS AND METHODS OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL

PRACTICE

Organizers: Shoshaunna Parks

Chair: Patricia A. McAnany

Discussants: Chip Colwell- Chanthaphonh;

Janet E. Levy; George P. Nicholas; Sonya L.

Atalay; Jaime J. Awe; Patricia A. McAnany;

Shoshaunna Parks; Brian R. Billman; Patrick

Ryan Williams; Arlen F. Chase

Symposium THE BATTLE OF BLAIR MOUN-

TAIN AND THE LUDLOW MASSACRE: LABOR,

ACTIVISM, AND HERITAGE IN THE WEST VIR-

GINIA AND COLORADO COALFIELDS

Organizers: Brandon Nida & Harvard G.

Ayers

Chairs: Harvard G. Ayers & Brandon Nida

Participants: Barbara E Rasmussen; Dean J.

Saitta; Harvard G. Ayers; Paul E. Reckner;

Brandon Nida; Michael E. Jacobson; Kenneth

L King; Randall H. McGuire

Sponsored Poster Session ARCHAEOLOGICAL

SCIENCE 2010: PART II

(Sponsored by Society for Archaeological

Sciences)

Organizers: Javier G. Inanez, Christopher

B. Wolff & Robert J. Speakman

Participants: Michael D. Glascock, Martin

Giesso, Victor Duran, Adolfo Gil and Gustavo

Neme; Javier G. Inanez, Jeremy Bellucci,

Richard Ash, William F. McDonough and

Robert J. Speakman; Suzanne L. Eckert and

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William D. James; Robert J. Speakman,

Christine France, Paul Sheppard, Nadia

Jimenez Cano and Nicole Little; Carl P.

Lipo, Jelmer Eerkens and Sachiko Sakai;

Christopher B. Wolff, William Fitzhugh and

Robert Speakman; Christopher T. Crews;

Julie A. Woods, Matthew T. Boulanger, Elizabeth

S. Chilton, David V. Hill and Michael

D. Glascock; Eric J. Bartelink and Phillip

Johnson; Destiny Lynn Crider; Joel IB Blickstein,

Stephanie Chen, Hirzi Amirkhanov,

Bonnie A.B. Blackwell and Anne R. Skinner;

James T. Daniels and Mark Becker; Daniel

R. Welch; Julie A. Boreham

Sponsored Poster Session CAREER PATHS AND

THE UNDERGRADUATE MAJOR: HOW ARE

WE PREPARING OUR STUDENTS IN THE

SAA’S 75TH YEAR

(Sponsored by SAA Committee on Curriculum)

Organizer: Sarah W. Neusius

Chair: Sarah W. Neusius

Participants: Michele Lorenzini, Julie Holt,

and Gregory Vogel; Sarah W. Neusius,

Phillip Neusius and John Kilmarx; Karla L.

Davis- Salazar, Edgar Amador and Jason

Miller; Amy V. Margaris; Elijah J. Corella,

Michael Ohnersorgen and Patti Wright;

David A. Anderson and Timothy L. McAndrews;

Shannon M. Fie and William Green;

Richard H. Meadow and Jade D’Alpoim

Guedes; Renee B. Walker and Cynthia J.

Klink

Poster Session ONE SIZE DOES NOT FIT ALL:

INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS TO CLIENT PROB-

LEMS

Organizer: Judy L. Davis

Chair: Judy L. Davis

Participants: Daniel E. Hart; Suzanne Stone

and Brandy Hurt; Christy J. Smith; Judy L.

Davis and Ben Fischer

Poster Session SITE STRUCTURE AND CON-

SUMPTION: EXPLORING SOCIAL DIMENSIONS

OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL VARIATION AT MONTI-

CELLO PLANTATION

Organizers: Sara E. Bon- Harper & Alison

Bell

Chair: Sara E. Bon- Harper

Participants: Alison Bell, Karen Smith and

Alexandra Massey; Elizabeth A. Clites and

Brian McCray; Sean Devlin, Susan Payton

and Fraser D. Neiman; Donald A. Gaylord

and Derek Wheeler; Sara E. Bon- Harper

Poster Session CURATION, STEWARDSHIP, AND

PUBLIC ARCHAEOLOGY

Participants: Victoria E. Luksha; Sunshine

Thomas and Laura O’Halloran; Jennifer L

Riordan and Michael Trimble; Michael

Blake, Kisha Supernant, Sue Formosa and

Bruce Benz; Julie K. Euber and James Bayman;

Ruth Trocolli and Shagun Raina; Allison

M. Young; Kathryn M. Frederick and

Meghan Howey; Adam Johnson


Symposium FORENSIC ARCHAEOLOGY:

RECENT CASES, CURRENT RESEARCH

Organizer: Kimberlee S. Moran

Chair: Karl Harrison

Participants: Brian D Paulsen; Karl Harrison;

Kevin Willis

Sponsored Poster Session GOVERNMENT

ARCHAEOLOGY - WORKING FOR THE PEOPLE

AND THE RESOURCE

(Sponsored by Committee for Government

Archaeology )

Organizer: Laurie W. Rush

Chair: Laurie W. Rush

Participants: Jesse J. Bergevin; Carl G.

Carlson- Drexler, Michael Hargrave and

Carey Baxter; Laurie W. Rush and James

Zeidler; Adrianne G. Rankin; Christopher

L. Nagle, Michael Heilen and Jeffrey

Altschul

SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 17

Sponsored Symposium SHIFTING FROM

OBJECT- CENTERED RESEARCH TO PEOPLE-

FOCUSED APPLICATION: CURRENT

APPROACHES TO PUBLIC ARCHAEOLOGY

FROM LATIN AMERICA AND THE

CARIBBEAN—PART I

(Sponsored by SAA Public Education Committee)

Organizers: Cameron S. Griffith & Reiko

Ishihara

Chair: Gina Q. Zavala

Participants: Gina Q. Zavala; Cameron S.

Griffith; Juan Rodriguez; Shoshaunna Parks;

Maxine H. Oland; Alicia B. Ebbitt; Elizabeth

R. Konwest and Stacie King; Giancarlo

Oconitrillo and Ronald Martínez; Marcia

Bezerra De Almeida

Discussant: Stacie M. King

Symposium THE CENTER FOR AMERICAN

ARCHEOLOGY (CAA): IMPACTS BEYOND

KAMPSVILLE

Organizer: Gregory Vogel

Chair: James A. Brown

Participants: Jane E. Buikstra; Michael D.

Wiant; Robert B. Pickering; Bonnie W.

Styles; David L. Asch and Nancy Asch

Sidell; Douglas K. Charles; Thomas R.

Styles and Edwin Hajic

Discussants: Lynne Goldstein; James A.

Brown

Symposium UNDERSTANDING OHIO

HOPEWELL EARTHEN ENCLOSURES

Organizers: Erin C. Dempsey & Mark J.

Lynott

Chair: Mark J. Lynott

Participants: Jarrod D. Burks; Katherine

Spielmann; Bradley T. Lepper; Ann Bauermeister;

Kathleen Brady and Jennifer Pederson

Weinberger; N’omi B. Greber and

Robert Horn; Robert V. Riordan; Frank L.

Cowan; A. Martin Byers; Erin C. Dempsey;

Mark J. Lynott; Christopher Carr and Anna

Novotny

Discussants: Mark F. Seeman; Kenneth B.

Tankersley; Michael D. Wiant; Jennifer Pederson

Weinberger

Symposium COMBAT IN THE GRASS: DIVERSE

PLANS OF ATTACK FOR WARFARE STUDIES

OF THE NORTH AMERICAN GREAT PLAINS,

PART 1

Organizer: Andrew J. Clark

Chair: Andrew J. Clark

Participants: Dennis L. Toom; Bryon A.

Schroeder; Albert M. LeBeau; Richard

Drass, Susan Vehik and Stephen Perkins;

Ashley Kendell; R. Eric Hollinger; Mavis

Greer and John Greer; James D Keyser;

Douglas D. Scott and Peter Bleed

Symposium NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHAEOLOGY:

VOLUNTEERS, COMMUNITIES, AND LOCAL

POLITICS

Organizers: Robert J. Austin & Uzi Baram

Chair: Uzi Baram

Participants: Robert J. Austin; Uzi Baram;

Brent R. Weisman; Siobhan Hart; Roger T.

Grange; Michael S. Nassaney; Jason B. Wenzel;

Kelley S. Scudder

Discussant: Robert J. Austin

Symposium SOCIAL ARCHAEOMETRY: PROMISE

AND PROSPECTS IN THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL

SCIENCES

Organizer: David Peterson & John V.

Dudgeon

Chair: David Peterson & John V. Dudgeon

Participants: David Peterson and John

Dudgeon; Timothy Taylor; John V. Dudgeon,

David Peterson and Monica Tromp; Ian

Lindsay; John M. Matsunaga; Randolph E.

Donahue, Maura Pellegrini, Julia Lee- Thorp

and Margherita Mussi; Tristan Carter; Herbert

Maschner and Buck Benson; Nicole

Misarti, Herbert Maschner and Bruce

Finney; Jamie K Anderson; Katherine H.

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Hayes; Diane E. Davies; Daniel A. Contreras

and Kristin Nado; Lisa C. Niziolek;

Ling- yu Hung and Jianfeng Cui

Discussant: Robert H. Tykot

General Session CERAMIC ANALYSES AND FIG-

URINE STUDIES IN MEXICO

Chair: Amy Hirshman

Participants: Nathan J. Meissner, Katherine

E. South and Andrew K. Balkansky; Isabel

M. Cordova; Jennifer L. Faux; Amy J. Hirshman;

Mia M. Jorgensen; Bryce A. Davenport;

Patricia Ordaz Gonzalez

Symposium THE AVENUE OF THE SAINTS

ARCHAEOLOGICAL PROJECT IN NORTHEAST

MISSOURI

Organizer: Steven D. Creasman

Chair: Steven D. Creasman

Participants: Linda Scott Cummings and

Chad Yost; Andrew V. Martin, Andrew

Bradbury and Paul Bundy; Richard l Herndon,

Brian DelCastello and Jennifer Haney;

Michael Meinkoth; Neal H. Lopinot and

Gina Powell; Jessica Allgood; Randall Cooper,

Richard L. Herndon, Brian G. DelCastello

and Jennifer M. Haney; R. A. Varney,

Linda Scott Cummings and Chad Yost;

Brian G. DelCastello, Andrew Bradbury,

Paul Bundy, D. Randall Cooper and Andrew

Martin; Robert Reeder

Symposium ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE ROCKIES

EXPRESS PIPELINE PROJECT INDIANA AND

OHIO

Organizer: Seth Mitchell

Chair: David Breetzke

Participants: Kari Krause; Cynthia V.

Goode; Thomas J. Chadderdon; Sandy

Stevens; Timothy C. Lloyd; Karen Niemel;

Erica L. Schneider; David Breetzke; Kevin

R. Schwarz; Richard B. Duncan and Alyssa

Trimmer; Tracy H. Formica; Marie Pokrant;

David F. Klinge; Jonathan Glenn and

Jonathan Glenn

Sponsored Symposium BEYOND THE

BROCHURE 2.0: PUBLIC OUTREACH IN CUL-

TURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

(Sponsored by Public Education Committee;

Consulting Archaeology Commitee)

Organizer: Hope E. Luhman

Chair: Hope E. Luhman

Participants: Kenneth J. Basalik; David S.

Clarke and Kevin Cunningham; James G.

Gibb and April M. Beisaw; K. Kris Hirst;

Hope E. Luhman; Maria O’Donovan and

Nina Versaggi; Giovanna M. Peebles; Duane

E. Peter; Christina B. Rieth; Amy E Salsgiver

and Kristin Swanton; Nina M. Versaggi,

Michael Jacobson and Richard Kastl

Discussants: Beverly A. Chiarulli; Carol J.

Ellick; Johna Hutira

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM


Symposium HOW ARCHAEOLOGY MAKES ITS

SUBJECT(S): GROUPS, THINGS AND EPIS-

TEMIC (IN)JUSTICES

Organizers: David R. Cohen & Chelsea

Blackmore

Chairs: David R. Cohen & Chelsea Blackmore

Participants: Robert Paynter; Sara Gonzalez;

Chelsea Blackmore; Uzma Z. Rizvi; Nan A.

Rothschild and Heather Atherton; Bonnie J.

Clark; Kisha Supernant; Lee M. Panich;

David R. Cohen; Darren Modzelewski,

Corey Abramson and Phillip Fucella; April

M. Beisaw; Desiree R. Martinez

Discussants: Larry J. Zimmerman; Randall

H. McGuire

Symposium THE ANCIENT MAYA OF

YUCATAN: PAPERS IN HONOR OF E. WYLLYS

ANDREWS V, PART I

Organizer: Geoffrey E. Braswell

Chair: Gabrielle Vail

Participants: David S. Anderson; Aline

Magnoni, Scott Hutson and Bruce Dahlin;

Walter R. T. Witschey and Clifford T.

Brown; William M. Ringle; George J. Bey

and Rossana May Ciau; Geoffrey E. Braswell

and Lauren Hahn; Clifford T. Brown, April

Watson and Ashley Gravlin- Beman;

Gabrielle Vail and Christine Hernandez;

Rani T. Alexander; Tomas Gallareta Negron

Discussants: Anthony P. Andrews; Jeremy

Sabloff; Joyce Marcus

Sponsored Symposium HUMAN RESPONSES TO

YOUNGER DRYAS IN THE NORTHERN HEMI-

SPHERE: THE OLD WORLD

(Sponsored by INQUA (International

Union for Quaternary Research))

Organizer: Lawrence G. Straus

Chair: Lawrence G. Straus

Participants: Nuno Bicho, Jonathan Haws

and Francisco Almeida; J. Emili Aura, Pilar

Utrilla, Jesús F. Jordá and Lourdes Montes;

Lawrence G. Straus; Michel Barbaza; Pierre

Vermeersch; Mara- Julia Weber and Sonja B.

Grimm; Berit V. Eriksen; Jan M. Burdukiewicz;

Ian Buvit and Karisa Terry;

Sergey A. Vasilev; Yuichi Nakazawa, Masami

Izuho and Fumito Akai; Robert G. Elston,

Guanghui Dong and Dongju Zhang

Discussant: Ofer Bar- Yosef

Electronic Symposium LOOKING BACK,

LOOKING FORWARD: SEVENTY- FIVE YEARS

OF ARCHAEOLOGY IN PACIFIC CENTRAL

AMERICA

Organizer: Geoffrey McCafferty

Chair: Silvia Salgado

Participants: Ana Cristina Aguilar and Elisa

Fernández León; Larry Steinbrenner; Frederick

W. Lange; Alexander Geurds; Eugenia

Ibarra; Geoffrey McCafferty and Carrie

Dennett; Patricia Fernandez; Felipe Solis

and Anayensy Herrera; Karen O. Bruhns

and Paul Amaroli Bertolucci

Symposium RECENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL

INVESTIGATIONS IN SOUTHERN PERU: THE

COLLESUYO REGION OF AREQUIPA

Organizers: Maria Cecilia Lozada, Augusto

Cardona & Ran Boytner

Chair: Maria Cecilia Lozada

Participants: Augusto Cardona and Ran

Boytner; Benjamin T. Nigra, Hans Barnard

and Rodolfo Talavera Zuniga; Maria Cecilia

Lozada; Jo Ellen Burkholder and Erika Simborth;

Willey Yepez and Justin Jennings;

Robin C. Goldstein; Marko Lopez; Steven

A. Wernke and Ericka Guerra Santander;

Lizette A. Muñoz, David Goldstein and

Nilda Condori

Discussants: Charles Stanish; Patrick Ryan

Williams

Symposium FROM MOUNDS TO BRICKS:

ARCHAEOLOGY OF 19TH- CENTURY ST.

LOUIS

Organizer: Michael J. Meyer

Chairs: Michael J. Meyer & Jane M. Lee

Participants: Regina M Meyer and Judith

Deel; Michael J. Meyer; Brianne Greenwood,

Michael Meyer and Jane Lee; Travis

Tesreau; Timothy E. Baumann and Andrew

Hurley; Steve J. Dasovich; Joe Harl; Meredith

McLaughlin; Jane M. Lee; Joseph M.

Galloy and Miranda Yancey

Symposium VECINO ARCHAEOLOGY AD

1780–PRESENT

Organizers: B. Sunday Eiselt & J Andrew

Darling

Chair: B. Sunday Eiselt

Participants: B. Sunday Eiselt, Katy Pocklington

and Nicola Muchnikoff; Caroline

M. Gabe; Kelly L. Jenks; Heather N. Atherton

and Jun Sunseri; Albert D. Gonzalez;

Richard Carillo; Minette C. Church;

Heather B. Trigg

Discussants: James F. Brooks; Charles Carrillo;

Ross Frank

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Symposium THE MIMBRES REGION IN THE

U.S. SOUTHWEST AFTER A.D. 1130

Organizers: Karen Gust Schollmeyer &

Steve Swanson

Chairs: Karen Gust Schollmeyer & Steve

Swanson

Participants: Karen Gust Schollmeyer, Steve

Swanson and Margaret C. Nelson; Steve

Swanson, Karen Gust Schollmeyer and Margaret

C. Nelson; Karl Wayne Laumbach and

Toni Laumbach; William H. Walker; Deborah

L. Huntley, Jeffery Clark, Katherine

Dungan, J. Brett Hil and Robert Jones; Kari

M Schmidt; Will G. Russell; Jeffrey R. Ferguson,

Stephen Lekson, Margaret Nelson,

Toni Laumbach and Karl Laumbach; Margaret

C. Nelson

Discussants: Stephen H. Lekson; Roger

Anyon

General Session RECENT RESEARCH IN

SOUTH AND EAST ASIA

Chair: William Belcher

Participants: William R. Belcher; Benjamin

Valentine, Richard Meadow and John Krigbaum;

Robert N. Spengler; Erik G. Johannesson

and Michelle Machicek; Fabrizio

Galeazzi and Paola Di Giuseppantonio Di

Franco; Nam C. Kim; Teresa P. Raczek; Haiwang

Liu, Yuqin Song, Ling- yu Hung and

Tristram Kidder; Ekaterina Pechenkina and

Wenquan Fan; Randall J Sasaki, Jun Kimura

and Le Thi Lien; Namita Sugandhi

General Session FROM THE MID PALEOLITHIC

TO BRONZE AGE IN THE NEAR EAST

Chair: Michael Bisson

Participants: Michael Bisson, April Nowell,

Melanie Poupart, Carlos Cordova and Bassam

Gahleb; Alan H. Simmons; Danielle A.

Macdonald; Erella Hovers, Nigel Goring-

Morris and Anna Belfer- Cohen; Erin M.

Rice and Adam M. Longman; Arkadiusz

Klimowicz; Laura B. Mazow

Sponsored Forum GENDERED SELVES: EXPE-

RIENCES IN AND OUT OF THE CLASSROOM

(Sponsored by Women in Archaeology

Interest Group)

Organizers: Katie V. Kirakosian & Jo Ellen

Burkholder

Chairs: Katie V. Kirakosian & Jo Ellen

Burkholder

Discussants: Elizabeth Chilton; Pamela L.

Geller; Kelley A. Hays- Gilpin; Stacie M.

King; Desiree R. Martinez; John W. Norder;

Alison E. Rautman; Veronica Perez

Rodriguez; Claire E. Smith; Martin H.

Wobst; Karen G. Harry

General Session ARTIFACT STUDIES: MODEL-

ING AND EXPERIMENTATION

Chair: David Hyland

Participants: Amy Humphries; Justin P.

Williams; David C. Hyland; Cara D. Connolly

and Nathan Martinez; Kathleen A.


Holen and Steven Holen; Scott A. J. Johnson

and Grant McCall; Roger W. Dorr

Poster Session ASPECTS OF AFRICA

ARCHAEOLOGY

Participants: Birgitta K. Kimura, Fiona

Marshall and Connie Mulligan; Teresa E.

Steele, Alex Mackay, Jayson Orton and Steve

Schwortz; Dana Drake Rosenstein and

James Feathers; Anne M. Compton; Steve

Schwortz, Alex Mackay, Jayson Orton and

Teresa Steele

Poster Session EAST, WEST, AND SOUTH ASIA

Participants: David Massey, Ayse Gürsan-

Salzmann and Anne Bomalaski; Katherine

Erdman; Walter L. Crist; Metin I. Eren,

Adam Durant and Christina Neudorf; Rory

C. Walsh

Poster Session EUROPE BETWEEN PALEOLITH-

IC AND MODERNITY

Participants: Kathleen Sterling and

Sebastien Lacombe; Marjolein D Bosch,

Florian Fladerer, Philip Nigst and Walpurga

Antl- Weiser; Philip R. Nigst; Telmo JR

Pereira; Lutz Kindler, Jagich Adam, Sabine

Gaudzinski- Windheuser, Wil Roebroeks and

Dimitri De Loecker; Susan K. Harris, Lynn

Fisher and Corina Knipper; Lynn E. Fisher,

Susan Harris, Corina Knipper and Rainer

Schreg; Anna J. Waterman and Robert H.

Tykot; James A. Johnson and Bryan Hanks;

Laura Anne Swantek; Rhian A. Stotts; Ursel

Wagner, Rupert Gebhard, Werner Haeusler,

Josef Riederer and Friedrich E. Wagner;

William A. Dalzell; Alexis Jordan; Nora K.

Simon; Sean M. Bergin, Isaac Ullah,

Michael Barton, Gary Mayer and Hessam

Sarjoughian; Alexander D. Woods; Michael

R. Coughlan

Poster Session NEW PERSPECTIVES ON LAND,

SPACE, AND IDENTITY ALONG COASTAL

IRELAND

Organizer: Ian Kuijt

Chairs: Ian Kuijt & Nathan B. Goodale

Participants: Colin P. Quinn, John O’Neill,

Ian Kuijt, David Harrison and Benjamin

Thebaudeau; Collins P. Tynan, Kieran Concannon,

Ian Kuijt, Casey McNeill and Jillian

Brems; Casey M. McNeill, Alissa Nauman,

Ian Kuijt and Nathan Goodale; Ryan P.

Lash, Ian Kuijt, John O’Neill, Eric Carlson

and Michael Gibbons; Meagan Conway;

Nathan B. Goodale, Maddy Gunter, Mellisa

Coles, Ian Kuijt and Jim Higgins; Ian Kuijt,

Alissa Nauman, Nathan Goodale, Michael

Gibbons and Claire Brown; Laura Moore-

Shay, Alissa Nauman, Ian Kuijt, John O’Neil

and Michael Gibbons

Symposium CONSTRUCTING AND ASSESSING

EXPLANATIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS

Organizers: Jacob Deppen & Natalia S. Slobodina

Chairs: Jacob Deppen & Natalia S. Slobodina

Participants: Lars Fogelin; Ben Marwick;

Natalia S. Slobodina; Jacob Deppen; Jason P.

De Leon; Aaron J. Naumann; Hector Neff;

Ben Jeffares; Kayla P. Wopschall

Discussant: Rosemary A. Joyce

Symposium INVESTIGACIONES ARQUEOLÍGI-

CAS ACTUALES EN MÉXICO

Organizers: Diana Zaragoza & Patricio

Davila Cabrera

Chair: Diana Zaragoza

Participants: Patricio Davila Cabrera;

Ernesto Gonzalez- Licon; Luis A. Martos;

Monika Tesch; Juan Carlos Equihua and

Veronique Darras; Estela Martinez; Guillermo

Cordova; Diana Zaragoza; Silvia Garza,

Claudia Alvarado and Mauricio Valencia

Symposium MODELING CONTINUOUS AND

DISCONTINUOUS INTENSIFICATION: IMPLI-

CATIONS FOR SOCIOECONOMIC CHANGE

Organizer: Micah J. Hale

Chair: Adie Whitaker

Participants: Peter J Richerson, Charles

Efferson and Robert Boyd; Loukas Barton;

Adie Whitaker and Jeffrey Rosenthal; Micah

J. Hale; Robert Bettinger; Brendan J. Culleton,

Douglas Kennett, Bruce Winterhalder

and Cedric Puleston; Ben Fitzhugh

Discussant: Douglas J. Kennett

Sponsored Symposium PERSPECTIVES ON THE

ETHICAL ENGAGEMENT OF INDIGENOUS

PEOPLES IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL PRACTICE

(Sponsored by Indigenous Peoples Interest

Group)

Organizer: Kerry F. Thompson

Chair: Kacy L. Hollenback

Participants: Kacy L. Hollenback, Christopher

Roos and Maria Nieves Zedeno; John

R. Welch, Dana Lepofsky and Michelle

Washington (Siemthlut); Des T. Kahotea

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Symposium RITUAL, RELIGION, AND IDEOLO-

GY OF THE AZTATLÁN TRADITION OF

ANCIENT WEST MEXICO

Organizers: Michael D. Mathiowetz &

Michael Ohnersorgen

Chairs: Michael D. Mathiowetz & Michael

Ohnersorgen

Participants: John P. Carpenter and

Guadalupe Sanchez; Michael Ohnersorgen,

Michael Mathiowetz, Mauricio Garduno

Ambriz and Enrique Soruco Saenz; Michael

T. Searcy; Michael D. Mathiowetz

Poster Session RECENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL

RESEARCH IN NORTHWESTERN NORTH

AMERICA

Participants: Kenneth M. Ames and

Cameron Smith; Adam Rorabaugh; Colin

Grier and Patrick Dolan; Kelly M. Derr;

William C. Gardner- O’Kearny; Susan M.

Lukowski and Colin Grier; Dennis E.

Lewarch, Stephanie E. Trudel and Leonard

A. Forsman; Jordan J. Eng and Ryan Sagarbarria;

Erin R. McIlraith; Holly A. Shea;

Ryan Sagarbarria; Dongya Yang, Camilla F.

Speller and Anna Prentiss; Elizabeth A.

Sobel; Rose A. Campbell

Poster Session CLAY, ROCKS, AND MINERALS:

CURRENT RESEEARCH IN THE AMERICAN

SOUTHWEST

Participants: Ann Ramenofsky and Adam

Okun; Margaret E. Beck; Christopher P.

Garraty; Kari L. Schleher and Marit Munson;

Matt Peeples; Meaghan A. Trowbridge,

Jeffery J. Clark, Wm. Randall Haas, Jr.,

Deborah L. Huntley and Barbara J. Mills;

Sophia L. Asbury; Lauren O’Brien, Albert

Gonzalez and Brooke M. Morgan; Katherine

Brooks; Michael Perry and Donna Glowacki;

Charles A. Speer; Chris M. Oswald, Jeffrey

Ferguson, Todd VanPool and Christine

VanPool; Harry J. Lerner; Cynthia Hotujec;

Eva Jensen and Mark Slaughter

Poster Session NEW PERSPECTIVES IN

CARIBBEAN ARCHAEOLOGY

Participants: Fraser D. Neiman and Jillian

Galle; Jillian E. Galle, Fraser Neiman, Leslie

Cooper and Ivor Conolley; Lynsey A Bates;

Emily J. Benz, John Jones and Colin Grier;

Isaac Shearn

Poster Session NICARAGUAN ARCHAEOLOGY

Organizer: Jennifer E. Lapp

Chair: Jennifer E. Lapp

Participants: Jennifer E. Lapp; Carrie L.

Dennett; Brett Watson; Sharisse D. McCafferty

and Geoffrey McCafferty

Poster Session THE USE, ABUSE, AND LACK

OF ARCHAEOLOGY IN HERITAGE TOURISM

AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE BAY ISLANDS OF

HONDURAS

Organizers: Alejandro J. Figueroa, Whitney

A. Goodwin & E. Christian Wells

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM


Chairs: Alejandro J. Figueroa & Whitney A.

Goodwin

Participants: Alejandro J. Figueroa; Whitney

A. Goodwin; Lorena D. Mihok; Chelsea

R. Fisher; Sarah Klassen

SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 17

Symposium CLOVIS CACHES: WINDOWS INTO

EARLY PALEOINDIAN TECHNOLOGICAL

ORGANIZATION AND LAND USE

Organizers: Bruce Huckell & David Kilby

Chair: David Kilby

Participants: Bruce Huckell and David

Kilby; Mark P. Muniz and Steven Holen;

Robert Lassen; Jon C. Lohse, C. Andrew

Hemmings and Michael B. Collins; C.

Andrew Hemmings, Jon Lohse and Michael

Collins; Leland Bement and Cody Kiker;

Matthew G. Hill, Thomas J. Loebel and

David W. May; Paul Santarone; David Kilby

General Session EUROPEAN PALEOLITHIC

INVESTIGATIONS

Chair: Paul Thacker

Participants: Miriam Belmaker and Sabrina

Curran; April Nowell; Paul T. Thacker;

Alexandra E. Miller, Arturo Lombera Hermida,

Ramón Fábregas Valcarce and C.

Michael Barton

Symposium CURRENT RESEARCH ON ISO-

TOPIC ANALYSES IN ARCHAEOLOGY AND

ZOOARCHAEOLOGY

Organizer: Christina Waskiewicz Pugh

Chair: Christina Waskiewicz Pugh

Participants: Christina Waskiewicz Pugh and

Stanley Ambrose; Stanley H. Ambrose, Elizabeth

Arnold and Aimee Carbaugh; Abigail

Chipps Smith; David C. Meiggs and Benjamin

Arbuckle; James H. Burton and T.

Douglas Price; Yu Dong, Stanley Ambrose,

Honghai Chen, Yaping Cui and Yaowu Hu;

John Krigbaum, Bryan D. Tucker and Lindsay

Lloyd- Smith; Gypsy C. Price, John Krigbaum

and Paul Thacker; Chris Widga; Colin Betts

and Stanley Ambrose; Kristin M. Hedman

Discussant: Stanley H. Ambrose

Symposium SHIFTING FROM OBJECT-

CENTERED RESEARCH TO PEOPLE- FOCUSED

APPLICATION: CURRENT APPROACHES TO

PUBLIC ARCHAEOLOGY FROM LATIN AMERI-

CA AND THE CARIBBEAN— PART II

Organizers: Reiko Ishihara & Cameron S.

Griffith

Chair: Jeffrey B. Glover

Participants: Reiko Ishihara and Pakal

Balam; Jeffrey B. Glover, Dominique Rissolo

and Jennifer Mathews; Luis F. Luin, Arthur

A. Demarest and Brent Savoie; Fernando T.

Armstrong- Fumero; Julio Hoil Gutierrez;

Lilia Lucia Lizama Aranda, Julio Cesar Hoil

Gutiérrez and Harlen Tzuc Salinas; Quetzil

Castaneda and Quetzil Castañeda; Joel Zovar

Discussant: Patricia A. McAnany

General Session SETTLEMENT, SUBSISTENCE,

AND SOCIAL CONTEXTS IN THE PACIFIC

NORTHWEST

Chair: R. L. Lyman

Participants: H Kory Cooper and Nicholas

Waber; R. L. Lyman; Alexander E. Stevenson;

Amanda Taylor, Julie Stein and

Stephanie Jolivette; Brent Hicks and Kevin

Lyons; Kevin J. Lyons; Quentin Mackie

Symposium OBSIDIAN REFLECTIONS: EXAM-

INING THE SYMBOLIC AND RITUAL DIMEN-

SIONS OF OBSIDIAN FOR INTERPRETING THE

ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECORD OF ANCIENT

MESOAMERICA

Organizers: Marc N. Levine & David M.

Carballo

Chairs: Marc N. Levine & David M. Carballo

Participants: Kazuo Aoyama; Linda A.

Brown; Robert H. Cobean; Véronique Darras;

Dan M. Healan; Zachary Hruby; Marc

N. Levine; John Monaghan; Alejandro Pastrana;

Mari C. Serra, J. Carlos Lazcano Arce

and Mónica Blanco; David M. Carballo and

Alejandra Gómez Cortés; William James

Stemp and Jaime Awe

Discussant: John E. Clark

Symposium NEW DISCUSSIONS ON SOUTH-

ERN NEVADA ARCHAEOLOGY

Organizer: Mark A. Boatwright

Chair: Mark A. Boatwright

Participants: Kevin Rafferty; Susan R.

Edwards, Maureen L. King, Scott D. Ferguson,

Cheryl M. Martin and Carol Shimer;

Mark C. Slaughter, Laureen Perry, Pat Hicks

and Renee Kolvet; Laureen M. Perry; Angus

Quinlan; Amy Gilreath; Tiffany Thomas;

Mark A. Boatwright and Andreas Charest

Discussant: Catherine S. Fowler

General Session RECENT RESEARCH IN

OCEANIA

Chair: Terry L. Hunt

Participants: Jennifer G. Kahn, Christophe

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Sand, André Outecho, Jaques Bolé and

David Baret; Ethan E. Cochrane and

Alexander Morrison; Scarlett Chiu, Yi- lin

Chen, Jiunn- Hsing Chao, William R. Dickinson

and Christophe Sand; Paul B. Roscoe;

Rhonda L. Quinn, Sharyn Jones and Susan

C. Antón; Terry L. Hunt

Symposium UNDERSTANDING THE USES OF

GROUND STONE TOOLS: NEW DIRECTIONS

AND DEVELOPMENTS

Organizers: Margie Burton & Tammy

Buonasera

Chairs: Tammy Buonasera & Margie Burton

Participants: Margie Burton; Liye Xie;

Laure Dubreuil and Hughes Plisson; Haris

Procopiou; Caroline Hamon; Jennie R.

Ebeling; Joan S. Schneider; Tammy

Buonasera; Valentine Roux and Hara Procopiou;

Sarah Whitcher Kansa and Eric Kansa

Discussants: Jenny L. Adams; Yorke Rowan

General Session ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE HIS-

TORIC PERIOD: NORTHEAST, SOUTHEAST

AND MIDWEST

Chair: Janet Rafferty

Participants: Michael Strezewski and

Robert McCullough; Robert F. Sasso, Dan

Joyce and James R. Yingst; Gregory R. Walz,

Christopher Flynn and Michael Smith;

Mark Branstner; Cailin E. Meyer; Bryan S.

Kendall; Janet Rafferty; Sarah Miller and

Amber Grafft- Weiss; Scott D. Stull; Amanda

Crompton; Samuel J. Avery- Quinn;

Michelle A. Lelièvre

General Session SUBSISTENCE, RITUAL, AND

SOCIAL ORGANIZATION IN THE DESERT

SOUTHWEST

Chair: Ronald Towner

Participants: Jacob L. Fisher; Jakob W.

Sedig; Benjamin A. Bellorado, Kurt F.

Anschuetz and Rory P. Gauthier; Ronald

Towner and Stacy Galassini; Larry L. Baker

and Brooks M. Marshall; Michael A. Stowe;

Jonathan E. Damp; Melanie A. Medeiros

General Session WOODLAND AND MISSISSIP-

PIAN PERIOD RESEARCH IN THE SOUTHEAST-

ERN US

Chair: Ann S. Cordell

Participants: Ann S. Cordell and Thomas

Pluckhahn; Jennifer T. Malpiedi, Heather A.

Lapham and Heather Millis; J. E. Gilliland;

Michael Carter Moore and Kevin Smith;

Marisa D. Fontana; Chad Ryan Thomas;

Jamie Lockhart, Juliet Morrow and Shaun

McGaha; Jayur M. Mehta, Rachel Stout

Evans, Kelsey Lowe, Jay Johnson and John

Connaway; Annie Way; Laura Kozuch,

Stephanie Daniels and Mike Lewis;

Matthew C. Sanger; Brian M. Butler


Symposium THE CENTER FOR AMERICAN

ARCHEOLOGY (CAA): CURRENT RESEARCH

AND EDUCATION

Organizers: Timothy C. Messner & Gregory

Vogel

Chair: Timothy C. Messner

Participants: Richard B. Brugam, Luci

Kohn, Matthew Wilson and Donald Goss;

Gail Anderson; Jason L. King and Jane E.

Buikstra; Katie Z. Rudolph, Jane E. Buikstra

and Douglas K. Charles; Mary Ann Vicari;

Nancy Asch Sidell and David Asch; Timothy

C. Messner; Mary E Pirkl, Carey E Tisdal

and Beth Shea; Gregory Vogel; Michelle A.

Berg Vogel, James Powers and Gregory Vogel

Discussants: Bruce D. Smith; Stuart

Struever

Symposium CELEBRATING A DECADE OF DIS-

COVERY, ARCHAEOLOGY, HERITAGE EDUCA-

TION, AND OUTREACH ON THE BUREAU OF

LAND MANAGEMENT’S NATIONAL LAND-

SCAPE CONSERVATION SYSTEM

Organizer: Margaret A. Heath

Participants: Margaret A. Heath; Cynthia

L. Herhahn and Ronald Towner; Brenda J.

Wilkinson and Andrew Duff; Jane P. Childress;

Robert E. King; Connie L. Stone and

Kathy Pedrick; Tamara K. Whitley; Marissa

A. Guenther; Lael S. Henrikson; Lisa Cresswell;

Sarah H. Schlanger; Kimberly M.

Cuevas; Colleen Sievers

Discussant: Joel C. Janetski

Forum CRITIQUING MICHAEL B. SCHIFFER

AND HIS BEHAVIORAL ARCHAEOLOGY

Organizers: James M. Skibo & J Jefferson

Reid

Chair: James M. Skibo

Discussants: Michael J. O’Brien; Stephen

Plog; Diane Gifford- Gonzalez; Robert L.

Kelly; Jeremy Sabloff; Linda S. Cordell;

Michael Brian Schiffer

Symposium CARAVANNING ACROSS THE

AMERICAS: RESEARCH INSPIRED BY THE

WORK AND MENTORSHIP OF DAVID L.

BROWMAN

Organizers: Maria C. Bruno & José M.

Capriles

Chairs: José M. Capriles & Maria C. Bruno

Participants: Maria C. Bruno and José

Capriles; Katherine M. Moore; Nicholas

Tripcevich; Matthew S. Bandy; Cristóbal

Gnecco; Benjamin Carter; Clark L Erickson;

Juliet E. Morrow; Rebecca Procter; Lynne

M. Rouse; Elizabeth T. Horton; Arik Ohnstad

and John Janusek

Discussants: Jonathan Kent; Patty Jo Watson

Symposium AMONG THE MAYA AND THEIR

NEIGHBORS: PAPERS IN HONOR OF E.

WYLLYS ANDREWS V, PART II

Organizer: Winifred Creamer

Chair: Winifred Creamer

Participants: Markus Eberl; Eugenia Robinson;

Jennifer B. Braswell; Cassandra R. Bill;

Barbara W. Fash; Jennifer C. Piehl; Jim J.

Aimers; Arthur A. Demarest; Wendy Ashmore;

Robert Sharer; Kathryn Sampeck;

Nina Neivens De Estrada

Discussant: Robert Sharer

Symposium COMBAT IN THE GRASS: DIVERSE

PLANS OF ATTACK FOR WARFARE STUDIES

OF THE NORTH AMERICAN GREAT PLAINS,

PART 2

Organizer: Linea Sundstrom

Chair: Linea Sundstrom

Participants: Andrew J. Clark; Douglas B.

Bamforth; Mark D. Mitchell; Peter Bleed

and Douglas Scott; Susan Vehik; Melissa

Greer and Linea Sundstrom

Discussants: W Raymond Wood; Elizabeth

Arkush

Symposium MEMORY, MATERIALITY, AND

ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE INDIGENOUS

AMERICAS

Organizers: John W. Norder & Meghan L.

Howey

Chair: Meghan L. Howey

Participants: Allison R. Davis; Neill J. Wallis;

Meghan E. Buchanan and Susan M. Alt;

David L. Haskell; John P. Warner; Sarah L.

Surface- Evans; Laura P. Villamil; J Andrew

Darling and Robert Valencia; John W.

Norder and Helen Kristmanson; Jon D.

Daehnke; Ashley Atkins, Christopher Shephard

and Martin Gallivan; H. Denise Smith;

Jordan M. Riccio and Daniel Sayers

Discussants: Martin Gallivan; Tamara L.

Bray

Sponsored Symposium HUMAN RESPONSES TO

YOUNGER DRYAS IN THE NORTHERN HEMI-

SPHERE: THE NEW WORLD

(Sponsored by International Quaternary

Association (INQUA))

Organizer: Ted Goebel

Chair: Ted Goebel

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Participants: Vance T. Holliday, David

Meltzer and Todd Surovell; Allen West,

David Anderson, Albert Goodyear, Thomas

Stafford, Jr. and James Kennett; Blaine

Schubert and Russell Graham; Jonathan C.

Lothrop, James Bradley and Arthur Spiess;

Eric C Grimm; Christopher J. Ellis, Dillon

Carr and Thomas J. Loebel; Scott C. Meeks

and David Anderson; Michael R. Waters;

David J. Meltzer and Vance Holliday; Ted

Goebel, Bryan Hockett and Kenneth

Adams; Leslie A. Reeder, Jon Erlandson and

Torben Rick; Daryl W. Fedje, Quentin

Mackie, Terri Lacourse and Duncan

McLaren; Kelly E. Graf and Nancy Bigelow;

Paige E. Newby

Discussant: Stuart J. Fiedel

Forum FOOTPRINTS OF THE ANCESTORS:

INTERGENERATIONAL LEARNING OF HOPI

HISTORY AND CULTURE

Organizers: George Gumerman & Joelle G.

Clark

Chair: Joelle G. Clark

Discussants: Joelle G. Clark; George

Gumerman

General Session MORTUARY ARCHAEOLOGY IN

THE AMERICAS

Chair: Thomas Wake

Participants: Christine E. Boston; Kristin L.

Nado and Paul Goldstein; Kent M. Johnson,

Paul Goldstein and Sarah Baitzel; Elizabeth

Plunger, Paul Goldstein and Sarah Baitzel;

Erica M. Dziedzic; Sara J. Marsteller and

Giancarlo Marcone Flores; Gabriela Cervantes;

Jonathan D. Bethard; Thomas A.

Wake, Michael Davis and Tomas Mendizabal

Symposium VALLEYS OF STONE, RIVERS OF

JADE: NEW INVESTIGATIONS ALONG THE

ANCIENT MAYA WESTERN EXCHANGE

ROUTES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR POLITICAL

ECONOMY AND TRADE

Organizers: Chloé Andrieu & Brent Woodfill

Chair: Melanie Forne

Participants: Charlotte Arnauld; Dolores

Tenorio, Thomas Calligaro and Olaf Jaime-

Riveron; Brent Woodfill; Chloé Andrieu and

Olaf Jaime Riveron; Melanie Forne, Ronald

L. Bishop and M. James Blackman; Erin L.

Sears; Matt O’Mansky, Arthur A. Demarest

and Marc Wolf; Elin C. Danien; Marion

Popenoe Hatch, Carlos Alvarado and Tomas

Barrientos

Discussants: Charlotte Arnauld; Norman

Hammond

Symposium ENGINEERING MOUNTAIN LAND-

SCAPES: AN ARCHAEOLOGY OF SOCIAL

INVESTMENT

Organizers: Laura L. Scheiber & Maria N.

Zedeno

Chairs: Laura L. Scheiber & Maria N. Zedeno

Participants: Wendi F. Murray, Maria

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM


Nieves Zedeno and Kacy L. Hollenback;

Laura L. Scheiber and Judson Byrd Finley;

Lorann Pendleton Thomas and David Hurst

Thomas; Alex K. Carroll; Stacie M. King

and Danny A. Zborover; Nicholas C Laluk;

Christopher I. Roos; Shannon D. Koerner;

Judith R. Cooper, Norma Crumbley and

John Kennedy

Sponsored Forum ETHICAL ISSUES IN GLOBAL

ARCHAEOLOGY

(Sponsored by Committee on Ethics and the

Register of Professional Archaeologists)

Organizers: Paula Kay Lazrus & Janet E.

Levy

Chairs: Paula Kay Lazrus & Janet E. Levy

Discussants: Sandra L. Lopez Varela;

Willem J.H. Willems; Ian C. Burrow; Akin

Ogundiran

Symposium THREE DIMENSIONAL ARCHAEO-

LOGICAL MODELING: NEW DIRECTIONS IN

RESEARCH, METHODOLOGY AND THEORY

Organizer: Jennifer L. Campbell

Chair: Jennifer L. Campbell

Participants: Maurizio Forte; Mark D.

McCoy, Michael Graves, Greg Asner and

Keith Prufer; Jennifer L. Campbell; Andrew

T. Riddle and Michael Chazan

General Session PALEOINDIAN, ARCHAIC &

LITHIC STUDIES IN THE SOUTHEASTERN US

Chair: Philip Carr

Participants: Jessi J. Halligan; Grady H.

Caulk; Philip J. Carr and Andrew Bradbury;

Rachel K. Wentz and Michele Williams;

Karen B. Supak; Jason L. Edmonds; Ryan

M. Parish; William Green and Kimberly

Nagle

Symposium CURRENT INTERDISCIPLINARY

APPROACHES TO NORTH- CENTRAL TEXAS

PREHISTORY

Organizer: Clayton M. Tinsley

Chair: Duane E. Peter

Participants: Chris Dayton; Ben L. Fullerton,

Arlo McKee and Duane Peter; Michelle

D. Wurtz, James Harrison and Duane Peter;

Steve A. Tomka and Eric Oksanen; Clayton

M. Tinsley; Reid Ferring

Discussant: Rolfe D. Mandel

Sponsored Symposium MODALITIES OF

VALUE(S): EXPRESSIONS OF HERITAGE IN

CURRENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL DIALOGUE

(Sponsored by Heritage Values Interest

Group)

Organizers: Hilary A. Soderland & Morag

M. Kersel

Chair: Hilary A. Soderland

Participants: George S. Smith; Mary- Cate

E. Garden; Susan B. Bruning; Morag M.

Kersel; Karen Holmberg

Discussant: Phyllis E. Messenger

Poster Session ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE WEST-

ERN UNITED STATES

Participants: Lindsay Fenner and Chrissina

Burke; Anastasia G. Gilmer and Kelly E.

Graf; Kathryn Harris; Khori S Newlander;

Philip R. Fisher and William Andrefsky Jr;

Jeanne Day Binning, C. Jill Minar, Clifford

J. Walker, Alan P. Garfinkel and Robert M.

Yohe II; Johanna V. Marty, Nicolas Poister,

Amanda Taylor and Rene Vellanoweth; Lana

S. Martin; Jeremy W. Pye

Poster Session LARGE GAME PROCUREMENT

STRATEGIES

Participants: Karla Hansen- Speer; Matthew

E. Hill, Cerisa R. Reynolds and James M.

Mayer; Maria N. Zedeno, Jesse Ballenger

and Dale Fenner, Sr.; Kenneth P. Cannon,

Molly Boeka Cannon, William Eckerle,

Oskar Burger and Carol Hearne; Meredith

A. Wismer; Keelin E. Baine and Matthew E.

Hill, Jr.; Anneke Janzen and Naomi

Cleghorn

Poster Session WHAT’S NEW IN SOUTHWEST-

ERN ARCHAEOLOGY?

Participants: Steven A. LeBlanc and

Michele Morgan; Brenda K. Todd; Katherine

A. Dungan; David E. Witt; Sally J. Cole

and Frank Matero; Joaquin Arroyo- Cabrales,

Alejandro López- Jiménez, Guadalupe

Sánchez- Miranda and Vance T. Holliday;

Michael D. Pool; Nedenia C Kennedy;

Tineke Van Zandt and David Stephen;

Devin A. White; Charles A. Reed, Ryan

Lash and Kyle Bocinsky; Amy Hoffman,

Kristin Kuckelman, Lisa Nagaoka and Steve

Wolverton; Fumiyasu Arakawa and Jamie

Merewether; Elizabeth M. Toney and

Thomas Gruber; Todd L. Van Pool, Christine

VanPool and Gordon Rakita; Ann E.

Danis; Charles Randklev, Steve Wolverton,

Benjamin Lundeen and James Kennedy;

Virgil Beasley, Tim Graves, Myles R. Miller

and Duane Peter; Ora V. Marek- Martinez,

Tony Joe, Timothy Begay, Ronald Maldonado

and Taft Blackhorse; Joelle Morgan; Sara

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A. Rugroden; Matthew C. Pailes and Natalia

Martinez; Erin R. Tyson, Stephen Merkel,

Molly Ray and Lauren Meyer; Richard H.

Wilshusen and Scott Ortman; Amanda J.

Landon; Gregson Schachner

Poster Session GEOPHYSICAL INVESTIGATIONS

IN WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA

Organizer: Beverly A. Chiarulli

Chair: Meghan Pace

Participants: Meghan Pace; Jonathan R.

Libbon; Jason Pare

SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 18

Sponsored Forum SAVING THE PLANET . . .

AND ARCHAEOLOGY!

(Sponsored by Public Education Committee)

Organizer: Alice Berkson

Chair: Alice Berkson

Discussants: Lynn M. Alex; Michelle A.

Berg Vogel; Jerry D. Spangler; Juliet E. Morrow;

James R. Jones

Symposium SEARCHING FOR STRUCTURE IN

CERAMIC ANALYSIS: APPLYING MULTI-

SCALAR FRAMEWORKS AND TECHNIQUES TO

THE INVESTIGATION OF POTTERY PRODUC-

TION

Organizer: Alan F. Greene

Chair: Alan F. Greene and Charles Hartley

Participants: MF Heinsch; Charles Hartley

and Alan Greene; Erin N. Hegberg; Andrew

I. Duff; Kathryn A. MacFarland; Alan F.

Greene and Charles Hartley

Discussant: Pamela Vandiver

Symposium PALEODEMOGRAPHY: ADVANCES

AND NEW TRENDS IN AGRICULTURAL POPU-

LATION IN MESOAMERICA

Organizer: Guadalupe Zetina- Gutiérrez

Chair: Guadalupe Zetina- Gutiérrez

Participants: David G. Campbell; Patricia

O. Hernandez Espinoza and Lourdes

Márquez Morfín; Guadalupe Zetina-

Gutiérrez; Anabel Ford; AnnCorinne Freter-

Abrams and Elliot Abrams; Richard R.

Paine; Lourdes Marquez-Morfin and Rebecca

Storey

Discussant: Anabel Ford

Symposium NEW APPROACHES IN THE

ARCHAEOLOGY OF MEDIEVAL EUROPE

Organizer: K. Patrick Fazioli

Chair: K. Patrick Fazioli

Participants: K. Patrick Fazioli; Florin

Curta; Pam J. Crabtree; Rachel E. Scott;

Jennifer Foster; Thomas F. Brunton and

Tina Thurston; Hajnalka Herold; Joachim

Henning; Michael McCormick

Symposium COASTAL SEASONALITY:

METHODOLOGIES AND SUBSTANTIVE APPLI-

CATIONS

Organizers: Elizabeth J. Reitz, Irvy Quitmyer

& David Hurst Thomas


Chair: Elizabeth J. Reitz

Participants: David Hurst Thomas; Elizabeth

J. Reitz, Bruce M. Saul, Jason W. Moak

and G. Denise Carroll; Margaret Scarry; Irvy

R. Quitmyer and Douglas S. Jones; Douglas

S. Jones, Irvy R. Quitmyer and Chester

Depratter; Nicole R. Cannarozzi; Sarah G.

Bergh; Deborah A. Keene and C. Fred T.

Andrus; Douglas J. Kennett, Douglas Kennett

and Brendan Culleton; Gregory A.

Waselkov; Carol E. Colaninno

Symposium BEYOND THE MINIMUM, CON-

TRIBUTIONS TO ARCHEOLOGY

Organizer: Richard Anson Rogers

Chairs: Marsha L. Sims

Participants: Marsha L. Sims; Patrick

McLoughlin; John Riggs; Teresa Paglione;

William E. Sharp; Ann C. Bennett- Rogers;

William Volf; Rory Becker; Cliff Jenkins;

Richard Anson Rogers

Discussant: Sarah T. Bridges

Symposium RECENT ADVANCES IN THE

ZOOARCHAEOLOGY OF THE LAKE TITICACA

BASIN

Organizers: Kristen R. Gardella &

Katharine M. Davis

Chairs: Katharine M. Davis & Kristen R.

Gardella

Participants: Katharine M. Davis; Mark

Aldenderfer; Matthew C. Warwick; José M.

Capriles, Melanie Miller and Christine Hastorf;

Randi R. Gladwell; Claudine Vallieres;

Elizabeth Arratia Velasco; Kristen R. Gardella

Discussants: Katherine M. Moore; Susan

D. deFrance

Symposium SETTLEMENT PATTERNS OF

VIKING AGE ICELAND: THE METHODS AND

RESULTS OF THE SKAGAFJORDUR ARCHAEO-

LOGICAL SETTLEMENT SURVEY

Organizers: John Steinberg & Douglas J.

Bolender

Chair: John Steinberg

Participants: John Steinberg; Kathryn A.

Catlin; Brian Damiata; John W. Schoenfelder;

Rita S Shepard; Amanda Marie

Schreiner; Katharine M. Johnson; Douglas J.

Bolender

Symposium LANDSCAPE LANDMARKS AS

SOCIAL AGENTS

Organizers: Jose L. Punzo, Silvina A.

Vigliani & Stanislaw Iwaniszewski

Chair: Stanislaw Iwaniszewski

Participants: Ben A. Nelson, Johannes Neurath

and Loni Kantor; Silvina A. Vigliani;

Araceli Rivera Estrada; Paul R. Fish and

Suzanne Fish; María de la Luz Gutierrez;

Victor Arribalzaga; José Luis Punzo Díaz

and David Arturo Muñiz García; Patricia

Castillo; Stanislaw Iwaniszewski

Discussant: Kelley A. Hays- Gilpin

Symposium LESSONS LEARNED AND

ADVANCES MADE: LOOKING BACK OVER

THE NEW YORK STATE MILLENNIUM

PIPELINE PROJECT, 1997–2009

Organizers: Karen Niemel & Michael Striker

Chair: W. Kevin Pape

Moderator: Karen Niemel

Participants: W. Kevin Pape; John W. Picklesimer

and Ruth Myers; Joseph Schuldenrein

and Michael Aiuvalasit; Christina E. Kelly;

John P. Pretola, Jacob Freedman and Donald

Miller; Michael J. Aiuvalasit, Suanna Selby

Crowley, Donald M. Thieme and Joseph

Schuldenrein; Jacob A. Freedman; Lena L.

Sweeten; Alyssa Loorya and Michael Matts

Discussants: Carol S. Weed; Raymond D.

Pasquariello

Symposium REGIONAL AND INTERREGIONAL

IMPLICATIONS OF ARCHAEOLOGY ON THE

MEXICAN GULF COAST

Organizers: Nathan D Wilson & Alanna E.

Ossa

Chair: Alanna E. Ossa

Participants: Alanna E. Ossa; Wesley D.

Stoner; Michael L. Loughlin; Krista L.

Eschbach; Natalia R. Donner and Jonathan

Hernández Arana; Nelly Zoé Nunez; Marcie

L. Venter; Xochitl Del Alba Leon Estrada;

Nathan D Wilson, Philip J. Arnold III and

Amber VanDerwarker; Roberto Lunagomez

Reyes

Discussant: Barbara L. Stark

Symposium RECOGNIZING SKILL- LEVEL

ARCHAEOLOGICALLY AND WHAT IT REVEALS

CULTURALLY

Organizers: Metin I. Eren & Farina Sternke

Chairs: Metin I. Eren & Farina Sternke

Participants: Farina Sternke; Ceri B. Shipton;

Ann E. Oldroyd; Sandy A. Budden;

Michael F. Charlton; Frances E. Liardet; Carrie

J. Brezine; Linda Hurcombe; Jodi R. Flores

and Metin Eren; Ryan Byerly, Charles

Egeland and Jason LaBelle; Caroline D. Jeffra

Discussants: Douglas B. Bamforth; Bruce

A. Bradley

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General Session NEW PERSPECTIVES ON MIS-

SISSIPPIAN IN THE GREATER CAHOKIA

SPHERE

Chair: Melody Pope

Participants: Frederika A. Kaestle, Jennifer

Raff and Della Cook; John D. Richards,

Seth Schneider and Timothy Pauketat;

Michael Striker and Timothy King; George

Millward and Frederika Kaestle; Melody K.

Pope and Rex Garniewicz Garniewicz

Symposium ON THE VALLEY FLOOR:

REGIONAL VARIATION AND CULTURAL DIF-

FERENCE IN SOUTHEAST MESOAMERICA

Organizers: Ellen E. Bell, Patricia A. Urban

& Edward Schortman

Chair: Ellen E. Bell

Participants: Edward Schortman; Lauren E.

Schwartz; Marcela J. Esqueda; David

Rogoff; Joanna R Hayes and Edward Schortman;

Jennifer M. Dillon and Patricia Urban;

Patricia A. Urban; Zaida Darley and E.

Christian Wells; Ellen E. Bell and Marcello

Canuto; Mary Hostenske; Michelle Kittel,

Catalina López, Ryan Johnson, Santiago

Morales and Roberto Ramirez; Lauren Hall,

Jenica Szirmay, Melissa Muñoz, Stefanie

Griffin and Chelsey Rhudy; Cameron L.

McNeil

Discussant: Jim J. Aimers

General Session ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE EAST-

ERN UNITED STATES

Chair: Martin Gallivan

Participants: Ben L. Ford; Megan M. Hoak;

Martin Gallivan and Justine McKnight;

Darla I. Spencer; William J. Hranicky;

Katharine W. Fernstrom; Rachel A. Dwyer;

Jack Rossen; Allison M. Byrnes and David

Pedler

Symposium PAPERS IN HONOR OF WILLIAM

S. DANCEY

Organizer: Paul J. Pacheco

Chair: DeeAnne Wymer

Participants: DeeAnne Wymer; Darlene

Applegate; Paul J. Pacheco; Jules R. Angel;

Jennifer Pederson Weinberger and Kathleen

Brady; Karen L. Royce; Kevin C. Nolan;

Andrew Mickelson

Discussants: Jarrod D. Burks; William S.

Dancey

Symposium CURRENT RESEARCH ON THE

POVERTY POINT CULTURE

Organizers: Christopher Hays & Diana M.

Greenlee

Chair: Diana M. Greenlee

Participants: Rudolf B Clay, Michael Hargrave

and Rinita Dalan; Diana M. Greenlee,

Evan Peacock, Michael Hargrave, Berle Clay

and Rinita Dalan; Lee J. Arco and Anthony

Ortmann; Anthony Ortmann; Robert P.

Connolly; Timothy D. Hunt and Carl Lipo;

Mark A. Hill, Diana Greenlee and Hector

Neff; Christopher Hays, James Stoltman,

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM


Robert Tykot and Richard Weinstein; Sarah

M. Spivey and Tristram Kidder; Michael L.

Hargrave, R. Berle Clay, Rinita Dalan and

Lewis Somers

Discussant: Rebecca Saunders

Symposium BEING OR BECOMING? LATE

HOLOCENE RESEARCH ON FORAGERS AND

EARLY FARMERS IN THE DESERT WEST

Organizers: Maxine E. McBrinn & Barbara

J. Roth

Chairs: Barbara J. Roth & Maxine E.

McBrinn

Participants: K. Renee Barlow; Patricia A.

Gilman; William R. Haas; Robert J. Hard,

William Merrill, John Roney and A. C.

MacWilliams; Maxine E. McBrinn and

Bradley Vierra; Heidi Roberts and Richard

Ahlstrom; Barbara J. Roth; Steven R.

Simms; Stephanie M. Whittlesey; Joel C.

Janetski and Joan Coltrain

Discussant: Don D. Fowler

Symposium IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF GLENN

BLACK: NEW RESEARCH AT THE ANGEL SITE

Organizers: George William Monaghan &

Dru McGill

Chairs: Dru McGill & George William

Monaghan

Participants: George William Monaghan;

Dru McGill and Erica Ausel; Christopher S.

Peebles; Charla McCormick and Frederika

Kaestle; Anthony M. Krus; Tammie L.

Gerke, Erika Elswick and J. Barry Maynard;

Mike Linderman; Stephen Joesph Ball; Eric

K. Stockdell and Dru McGill; Mark R.

Schurr; Joel Marshall, Timothy E. Baumann

and Tammie L. Gerke; Erika R. Elswick and

Tammie L. Gercke

Discussant: Paul D. Welch

Symposium TECHNOLOGICAL TRANSFORMA-

TIONS ON THE COLONIAL FRONTIER: NEW

WORLD CONTACT AND EARLY HISTORIC

PERIOD TECHNOLOGIES OF INDIGENOUS

AND HISTORIC POPULATIONS

Organizers: Thomas Fenn & Alyson M.

Thibodeau

Chairs: Krysta Ryzewski & Steven R.

Schooler

Participants: Alyson M. Thibodeau, John T.

Chesley and Joaquin Ruiz; Noah H. Thomas

and Alyson Thibodeau; Mary Van Buren

and Claire Cohen; Thomas Fenn, Eric W.

Ritter, John T. Chesley and Joaquin Ruiz;

Krysta Ryzewski; Brock A Giordano, Brock

Giordano and Michael Nassaney; Mary Ann

Levine, Kathyrn Jakes, Christel Baldia and

John Picard; Steven R. Schooler; David

Vaughan; Amy S. Roache- Fedchenko

Discussants: Kathleen Ehrhardt; Mark T.

Lycett

Symposium COSTUME, DRESS, AND ORNA-

MENT IN FORMATIVE PERIOD MESOAMERICA

AND THE ISTHMO- COLOMBIAN ZONE

Organizer: Matthew Looper

Chairs: Matthew Looper & Heather S. Orr

Participants: Adriana Ofelia Aguero Reyes;

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Jeffrey Blomster; Virginia M. Fields; Katherine

A. Faust; Billie Follensbee; Julia A. Hendon;

Rosemary A. Joyce; Hirokazu Kotegawa;

Sophie Marchegay; Karen O’Day;

Carolyn E. Tate; Laura M. Wingfieldd;

Caitlin Earley and Julia Guernsey; Guy D.

Hepp and Ivy Hepp; Whitney C. Lytle and

Kent Reilly; Heather S. Orr

Symposium ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE ARIZONA

STRIP

Organizer: Sachiko Sakai

Chair: Karen G. Harry

Participants: Karen G. Harry; James R.

Allison; Sachiko Sakai; Paul Buck; Glendee

Ane Osborne; David E Purcell; Steve Daron;

Philip B. Mink; Michael O’Hara

Discussants: Alan P. Sullivan; Jeffrey H.

Altschul

Sponsored Symposium GEOARCHAEOLOGICAL

RESEARCH

(Sponsored by Geoarchaeology Interest

Group)

Organizer: Jennifer R. Smith

Chair: Jennifer R. Smith

Participants: Manuel Arroyo- Kalin, Yannick

Devos and Cristiano Nicosia; Donald M.

Thieme and Dennis Blanton; Kristen

Arntzen and Julieann Van Nest; Andrew S.

Gottsfield and Rolfe D. Mandel; Nicholas V.

Kessler and Rolfe Mandel; Rolfe D. Mandell,

Jack Hofman and Steven Holen; Louis

W. Fortin; Kara A. Rothenberg and E.

Christian Wells; Nichole S. Bettencourt and

Melissa Goodman- Elgar; Christopher Lockwood

and Britton Shepardson; Bonnie A. B.

Blackwell, Aislinn E. Deely, Thomas M.

Truongchau, Christopher Hill and Anne R.

Skinner; Katherine A. Adelsberger, Danielle

S. Fatkin, Benjamin W. Porter and Bruce

Routledge; Susan M. Mentzer, Mihriban

Özbasaran and Mary Stiner; Nicholas P.

Wolff; F. Scott Worman and James L. Boone

FOR UPDATES TO THE PRELIMINARY PROGRAM, PLEASE VISIT THE ANNUAL

MEETING SECTION OF SAAWEB AT WWW.SAA.ORG/ANNUALMEETING


Special thanks go to these generous sponsors for helping

make SAA’s 75th Anniversary Meeting a unique and

memorable experience:

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc.

Registration Bags

SRI Foundation

Badge Lanyards

Center for Desert Archaeology and

Desert Archaeology, Inc.

Abstract Viewing Center

Hartgen Archeological Associates, Inc.

Pens

Gray & Pape, Inc.

Notepads

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CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS

You can help the 75th Anniversary Meeting in St. Louis run smoothly. We need enthusiastic volunteers

to help out the SAA team April 14–April 18, 2010, in meeting support services and as session

attendants. In return for 12 hours of your time, you will receive FREE meeting registration, a $5

stipend per shift, and SAA’s sincere gratitude. This is a great opportunity to meet fellow archaeological

enthusiasts and get involved in all aspects of our fun and exciting meeting. Act quickly as opportunities

are limited. For details and a volunteer application, contact Meghan Tyler at SAA headquarters,

900 Second Street NE, Suite 12, Washington, DC 20002-3560; email: meghan_tyler@saa.org;

visit www.saa.org and click on the “volunteer application” link under the Annual Meeting Section of

the web; fax: +1 202/789-0284; telephone: +1 202-789-8200.

2010 CRM EXPO • St. Louis, MO

The CRM Expo will be featured again at SAA’s 75th Anniversary Meeting

in St. Louis, Missouri, April 14–18, 2010

Sponsored by the SAA Consulting Archaeology Committee and the American Cultural

Resources Association (ACRA), the Expo is a venue for CRM companies from

across the country to showcase their research, services, products, and career opportunities

in the Cultural and Heritage Resources Management fields.

For information on how to participate

in the 2010 Expo please contact:

Colin I. Busby, RPA

Chair, Committee on Consulting Archaeology

Email: colinbusby@basinresearch.com

Phone: (510) 430-8441 ext. 202

See you at the CRM Expo in St. Louis in 2010!

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PLEASE PRINT

Membership ID# (see line 1 of label)

Full Name First name Last name

Mailing address, line 1

Mailing address, line 2

City State or province Zip or postal code Country

Daytime telephone number Daytime fax number

Institution/Employer (optional for badge)

� Check here if you need special services due to a

disability. We’ll call you before the meeting.

� Check here if you require vegetarian meals at

functions for which you are registering.

MEETING REGISTRATION FEES

ADVANCE REGISTRATION FORM

SIMPLIFY! GO TO WWW.SAA.ORG AND REGISTER ONLINE!

SOCIETY FOR AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY • 75TH ANNIVERSARY MEETING • APRIL 14–APRIL 18, 2010 • ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI

• Advance Registration forms must be received by MARCH 15, 2010; after that date, you must register on site. Register before the deadline

and SAVE! Why not register online?

• A confirmation of meeting registration will be sent by SAA. Hotel reservations will be confirmed by the hotel.

• Requests to refund registration fees will be considered if received in writing at SAA headquarters by March 15, 2010. A $25 processing fee

will be retained. Program participants are not eligible for refunds after December 1, 2009. Refund requests will be processed after the meeting.

“No shows” receive no refund.

(REGISTER) Before 3/15/10 On Site SUBTOTAL

Members � $130/$80* � $155/$90*

Student Member � $100/$70* � $125/$80*

Associate Member � $110/$80* � $135/$90*

Nonmember � $180/$130* � $205/$140*

Nonmember Student � $140/$90* � $165/$110*

Prepaid Presenter Already Paid

Volunteer � $0 $ _________

*Registration fees listed above are standard and discount rates respectively: Standard Rate

applies to members living in Australia, Bahrain, Bermuda, Brunei, Canada, Cyprus, Israel,

Japan, Korea, Kuwait, Libya, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sultanate

of Oman, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United States, or Western

Europe. Discount Rate applies to members living in Latin America or any other country

not listed above. GUEST REGISTRATION

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GUEST REGISTRATION

Guest registration is for immediate family members (please indicate relationship)

who are non-archaeologists and who are at the annual meeting

as guests of meeting registrants. Guests ages 13 and older are required to

display a guest badge for entry to the meeting venue. Each guest registration

costs $25. Guest registration may be completed through advance registration

or if done on-site, registered attendee must accompany guest to

registration.

Guest _________________________ ($25) $ _________

FIRST NAME LAST NAME

Guest _________________________ ($25) $ _________

FIRST NAME LAST NAME

NEW MEMBER FEES

To join the society, please complete the Membership Application

included in this program, add the corresponding dues amount

(covering calendar year 2010) to your remittance, and return the

application with your Advance Registration form.

$ ________

SPECIAL EVENTS

WEDNESDAY

No Fee

� Welcome Reception $ ________

FRIDAY

� Roundtable Luncheon

Table Choice: 1st _____ 2nd _____ 3rd _____

1 Luncheon ticket @ $5.25 $ ________

SATURDAY

(Note: if a guest is accompanying an attendee to the Anniversary

Shindig, the guest must be registered (as a guest), and the attendee must

also purchase an event ticket for the guest.)

� Anniversary Shindig

$7.50 # tickets ______ x $7.50= $ ________

Guest Name ____________________________

continued on other side


EXCURSIONS

(Note: If a guest is accompanying a registered attendee on an excursion, the guest must be registered [as a guest] and the attendee must also

purchase an excursion ticket for the guest. Attendees may be accompanied only by adult guests on the excursions.)

WEDNESDAY

American Bottom Mound Tour

$18.00 # tickets _____ x $18.00 = $ ______________

Guest Name ______________________________________

� Missouri Botanical Garden

$38.00 # tickets _____ x $38.00 = $ ______________

Guest Name ______________________________________

FRIDAY

� Cahokia Mounds

$18.00 # tickets _____ x $18.00 = $ ______________

Guest Name ______________________________________

SATURDAY

� Cahokia Mounds Tour S1-8:30am

$18.00 # tickets _____ x $18.00 = $ ______________

Guest Name ______________________________________

� Cahokia Mounds Tour S2-10:30am

$18.00 # tickets _____ x $18.00 = $ ______________

Guest Name ______________________________________

� Cahokia Mounds Tour S3-1:00pm

$18.00 # tickets _____ x $18.00 = $ ______________

Guest Name ______________________________________

� Missouri Botanical Garden

$38.00 # tickets _____ x $38.00 = $ ______________

Guest Name ______________________________________

WORKSHOPS

FRIDAY

� Introduction to Video Production for Archaeologists

$79 meeting attendees; $59 student meeting attendees; $99 non-attendees $ ______________

� Soil Chemistry Archaeochemical Workshop

$79 meeting attendees; $59 student meeting attendees; $99 non-attendees $ ______________

� Check (in U.S. funds drawn on U.S. bank) or money order made payable to “SAA” enclosed

� Please charge my � VISA or � MasterCard or � American Express

Credit card number (13 or 16 digits) Expiration date CSC Code (3 digit # on back of card)

Cardholder name (please print) Cardholder signature Billing Zip Code

Return to Society for American Archaeology, P.O. Box 821123, Philadelphia, PA 19182-1123 USA

or fax (credit card payments only) to +1 202/789-0284.

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TOTAL

AMOUNT

ENCLOSED $ ____________


YOUR INVITATION TO SAA MEMBERSHIP!

Except as noted below, all members have voting privileges, may

serve on committees, have access to the online membership directory,

receive The SAA Archaeological Record, and receive one journal

(either American Antiquity or Latin American Antiquity)—plus

discounts on publications and meeting registration.

� REGULAR Annual dues $130/$60*

Any person who is engaged in archaeology or any related aspect

thereof or any person who supports the objectives of the society.

� STUDENT Annual dues: $70/$57*

Any person matriculating in an educational institution pursuing

candidacy for a degree (Associate or higher) in a field of study

related to some aspect of archaeology.

� ASSOCIATE Annual dues $54/$43*

Any person who is not a professional archaeologist and who supports

the objectives of the society. Non-voting member who does

not receive a scholarly journal.

� RETIRED Annual dues $77/$60*

Any person who has retired from remunerative professional life.

� JOINT Annual dues $43/$32*

Any person who is the spouse or domestic partner of a Regular,

Life, Retired, or Student member and who supports the objectives

of the Society. Receives publications via member spouse or partner.

� LIFE Dues: $26,000*

Any person who supports the objectives of the society may become

a Life member under conditions as determined by the Board of

Directors.

Membership is based on the calendar year. Applications received before September 15 are

fulfilled for the current year; applications received thereafter are treated as memberships

for the next year.

*Dues amounts listed above are standard and discount rates respectively: Standard Rate

applies to members living in Australia, Bahrain, Bermuda, Brunei, Canada, Cyprus,

Israel, Japan, Korea, Kuwait, Libya, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Qatar, Saudi Arabia,

Sultanate of Oman, Singapore, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, United States, or Western

Europe. Discount Rate applies to members living in Latin America or any other country

not included above.

Objectives of the Society for American Archaeology: To promote

and to stimulate interest and research in the archaeology of

the American continents; to advocate and to aid in the conservation

of archaeological resources; to encourage public access to and appreciation

of the aims, accomplishments, and limitations of archaeological

research; to serve as a bond among those interested in American

archaeology, both professionals and nonprofessionals, and to

aid in directing their efforts into scientific channels; to publish and

to encourage the publication of archaeological research; to foster the

formation and welfare of regional and local archaeological societies;

to discourage commercialism in archaeology and to work for its

elimination; and to promote discussion and education about the

ethical practice of archaeology.

Society for American Archaeology (SAA)

is an international organization dedicated to the research, interpretation, and

protection of the archaeological heritage of the Americas. With approximately

7,000 members, the Society represents student, avocational, and professional

archaeologists working in a variety of settings including government agencies,

colleges and universities, museums, and the private sector.

Since its inception in 1934, SAA has endeavored to stimulate interest and

research in American archaeology; advocate and aid in the conservation of

archaeological resources; encourage public access to and appreciation of

archaeology; oppose looting of sites and the purchase and sale of looted

archaeological materials; and serve as a bond among those interested in the

archaeology of the Americas.

Return to:

Society for American Archaeology

P.O. Box 821123

Phiiladelphia, PA 19182-1123 USA

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MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

NAME

ADDRESS

ADDRESS

CITY STATE/PROVINCE COUNTRY ZIP/POSTAL CODE

PHONE FAX EMAIL

SIGNATURE By my signature I subscribe to SAA’s objectives

Select this web option.*

� I want to renew membership and pay dues via SAAweb.

*To use web option, please provide a current email and notify the

Society of any change. If you did not check the box, you will receive

paper renewal notices.

Membership Dues $____________

Please check one of the following categories:

� Regular � Retired � Associate

� Student � Joint � Life

Journals $____________ 0

I wish to receive the following journal as a benefit of regular,

student, retired, or life membership (select one):

American Antiquity OR � Latin American Antiquity

Optionally, I wish to add the following journal

at the member subscription rate:

$____________

American Antiquity OR � Latin American Antiquity

$60 for Regular members living in countries with Standard Rates*

$38 for Regular members living in countries with Discount Rates*

Student and Retired members living in any country.

Electronic Publications and Services

The following services require a current email address (see above)

� Government Affairs Update (Email)

JSTOR access to American Antiquity & Latin American Antiquity

$ __________ 0

� Members in countries with Standard Rates* $ __________ 25

� Members in countries with Discount Rates* $ __________ 5

I wish to join the following interest group(s):

� Digital Data $ __________ 0

� Fiber/Perishables $ __________ 0

� Geoarchaeology $ __________ 3

� Heritage Values $ __________ 0

� History of Archaeology $ __________ 0

� Indigenous Populations $ __________ 0

� Prehistoric Quarries & Early Mines $ __________ 0

� Public Archaeology $ __________ 0

� Rock Art $ __________ 0

� Women in Archaeology $ __________ 4

TOTAL: $____________

� Check or money order enclosed (payable in U.S. funds drawn on a

U.S. bank)

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Program Committee

Co-Chairs

John H. Blitz

University of Alabama

Lisa J. LeCount

University of Alabama

Committee Members

Carolyn E. Boyd

SHUMLA

David M. Carballo

University of Alabama

Detlef Gronenborn

Roemisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum

John E. Kelly

Washington University of St. Louis

Elizabeth A. Klarich

Smith College

Sandra L. Lopez Varela

Universidad Autonoma del Estado

de Morales

Teresita Majewski

Statistical Research Inc.

Augusto Oyuela-Caycedo

University of Florida

John D. Rissetto

University of New Mexico

Monica L. Smith

University of California – Los

Angeles

Amber M. VanDerwarker

University of California – Santa

Barbara

Mark D. Varien

Crown Canyon Archaeological

Center

Gregory D. Wilson

University of California – Santa

Barbara

Lori E. Wright

Texas A&M University

Local Advisory Committee

Chair

Michael D. Frachetti

Washington University of St. Louis

Committee Members

John E. Kelly

Washington University of St. Louis

Timothy M. Schilling

Washington University of St. Louis

Mary Ann Vicari

Washington University of St. Louis

Professional Development

Committee Members

Jamie C. Brandon

Vergil E. Noble, RPA

Kenneth C. Reid

Donald J. Weir, RPA

75th Anniversary Task Force

Co-Chairs

Jeremy Sabloff

Santa Fe Institute

James E. Snead

George Mason University

Task Force Members

Wendy Ashmore, RPA

University of California- Riverside

David L. Browman

Washington University of St. Louis

Don D. Fowler

University of Nevada – Reno

(retired)

Lisa J. LeCount

University of Alabama

Linda R. Manzanilla

Universidad Nacional Autónoma

de México

Bruce D. Smith

Smithsonian Institution

SAA Board of Directors

Officers

Margaret W. Conkey, RPA

President

Barbara J. Mills, RPA

Secretary

Paul D. Welch, RPA

Treasurer

Christopher D. Dore, RPA

Treasurer-elect

Board Members-at-large

Barbara Arroyo

Cory Breternitz, RPA

Patricia Crown

Jonathan Driver, RPA

Karen S. Hartgen, RPA

Kathryn Kamp

Ex-officio Board Member

Tobi A. Brimsek

Staff

Tobi A. Brimsek

Executive Director

Kevin Fahey

Manager, Membership and Marketing

Divya Kadiyam

Manager, Information Services

David Lindsay

Manager, Government Affairs

Maureen Malloy

Manager, Education and Outreach

John Neikirk

Manager, Publications

Non-Profit Org.

U.S. Postage

PAID

St. Joseph, MI

PERMIT NO. 38

Keisan Griffith-Roberts

Coordinator, Financial and Administrative

Services

Meghan Tyler

Coordinator, Membership and

Marketing

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