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Table of ConTenTs This Year’s Meeting in Honolulu 3 Abstracts Viewing Center 3 Childcare 3 Hotel Information 4 Student Housing Information 4 Flying to Honolulu 4 Exhibit List 5 Meeting Registration 6 Opening Session/President’s Forum 7 Special Events 7 Excursions 9 Workshops 10 Summary Schedule 13 Preliminary Program 15 Advance Registration Form 37 Membership Application Form 39

Dear Colleagues: SAA’s 78th Annual Meeting is almost upon us. We are delighted to bring our meeting to the beautiful island of Oahu! The 2013 meeting promises to deliver a vibrantly rich scholarly program as well as a host of other activities under a picturesque backdrop. The Opening Session this year is the President’s Forum, “The Future of Archaeology: Engagement with Descendant Communities.” Participants will explore how this process is changing archaeological practice. Like the Forum in Memphis there will be an extended opportunity for questions from the audience. In addition to attending sessions, you can enhance your meeting experience by signing up for one of the plethora of activities being offered this year. There are a host of workshops, tours, and social activities, including an authentic Hawaiian lu’au! The lu’au will be held on the scenic grounds of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum and will feature Hawaiian delicacies, traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music, and hula performed by local artists. Museum exhibits will also be open for guests to enjoy. See all the details on page 8. The lu’au is a wonderful way to experience the rich and vibrant Hawaiian culture. I hope to see you there! From the city to the shore, Honolulu is certain to be a destination that has something for everyone. We’re excited to bring the 78th Annual Meeting to Honolulu, and I hope you can join us for what is sure to be a memorable meeting! Fred Limp RPA, President from The program Chair Dear Colleagues,

Volume 17, Issue No. 1 of the Preliminary Program of the 78th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Published annually in December.

Cover image: Drawing based on a picture of a fishhook in the collection at the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, provided by Jennifer Kahn. The hook is a late-period, composite fishhook collected from the Island of Hawai'i. Artist: Solomon Kailihiwa (archaeologist).

The 78th Annual meeting of the SAA will be in Honolulu, Hawaii. While Hawaii’s beaches and other attractions may be a distraction, you’ll also have over 1,000 papers and posters in general sessions in addition to the 170 organized sessions and a dozen forums to attend. The meeting will begin with the Presidential Forum on Wednesday evening entitled “The Future of Archaeology: Engagement with Descendant Communities.” Sessions will run Thursday through Saturday from 8:00 am to noon and then again from 1:00–5:00 pm with a Thursday evening session from 6:00–10:00 pm. On Sunday, sessions will run from 8:00 am to noon. All paper sessions will be held in rooms located close to one another in the Hawaii Convention Center, so moving from one session to another will be convenient. However, it is incumbent upon chairs and participants to keep to the 15-minute time limit so that sessions do not run off schedule and over time. As has been the case for our recent meetings, admission to the meeting spaces and exhibits requires you to wear your badge. Please also make sure to schedule your Friday so as to include the 5:00 pm Annual Business Meeting and Awards Ceremony, and remember to take in the Ethics Bowl events on Thursday, and all of the vendors in the Exhibit Hall. See you in Honolulu. Gordon Rakita, Program Chair University of North Florida

from The loCal advisory Chairs Dear Colleagues:

Society for American Archaeology 1111 14th St. NW Suite 800 Washington, DC 20005 Telephone: +1 202/789-8200 Fax: +1 202/789-0284 Email: meetings@saa.org

Aloha mai kākou! We warmly welcome you to the Society for American Archaeology’s annual meeting in Honolulu. The unique island people, cultures, history, and environment will make this a truly memorable experience. Expansive vistas will greet you in Hawai‘i including green mountain peaks, cloud-studded horizons, and deep blue water. As you set foot on our shores the humidity will embrace you, and you’ll hear ‘ōlelo Hawai’i (Hawaiian language) peppered in the local pidgin and spoken by kanaka maoli (Native Hawaiians), who perpetuate our culture. We encourage you to get away from the city bustle of Waikiki and Honolulu by attending one of the scheduled field trips during the conference. The Saturday evening lū‘au (local-style party) at the Bishop Museum will be especially enjoyable. Dine on ‘ono (tasty) Hawaiian food, hear live Hawaiian music, and watch hula in an outdoor venue. We look forward to seeing you in 2013! Kathy Kawelu (University of Hawai‘i – Hilo) James Bayman (University of Hawai‘i – Manoa)

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This year’s 78Th annUal meeTing in honolUlU... The meeting will be held at the Hawaii Convention Center (convention center) and the headquarters hotel, the Hilton Hawaiian Village, which is about a 12–14 minute walk from the Hawaii Convention Center. Events are scheduled in both locations. As always, the final program will detail the location of specific events. Please note that the Opening Session, which is the President’s Forum, will be at the Hilton Hawaiian Village!

don’T miss: The President’s Forum/Opening Session, The Future of Archaeology: Engagement with Descendant Communities, scheduled for 6 pm–8 pm on Wednesday, April 3 at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Wednesday Evening Reception for ALL SAA student members, new members, first-time meeting attendees, and SAA’s committee and task force volunteers—just for you. You are invited to gather on Wednesday evening and 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. The Employment Service Center (ESC), operating Wednesday, April 3 (opening at 2 pm) to Sunday, April 7. For details on the ESC, contact

silenT aUCTion The Silent Auction is in the Exhibit Hall! Be sure to visit the Native American Scholarships Silent Auction. 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.

Shelley Adams at SAA Headquarters, 1111 14th St. NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20005; email shelley_adams@saa.org or call +1202-559-4581. The SAA Exhibit Hall, open Thursday, April 4, Friday April 5, and Saturday, April 6 from 9 am–5 pm each day. For a list of those companies who have already reserved booth space, please check the box on page 5. State Archaeology Week/Month Poster Contest! The Posters will be on display in the Exhibit Hall beginning at 9am on Thursday, April 4. You may vote from Thursday morning until 12pm on Friday, April 5. Your ballot will be in your registration packet. Stop by and vote! FameLab: Exploring Earth and Beyond. Are you the next Goodall or Sagan, or just passionate about science and love to communicate? If so, this competition is for you. FameLab is something like American Idol for archaeologists … you give a 3minute, powerpoint-free talk to a panel of judges, but they only give constructive feedback! There’s a training workshop, too, so everyone wins. Come join us on Thursday, April 4th for a fun-filled day of competition, coaching, and camaraderie that’s all about communicating! http://famelab-eeb.arc.nasa.gov/ For details, see page 7. The three new interest groups meetings: Island and Coastal Archaeology, Military Archaeological Resources, and Zooarchaeology and Bone Technology. Check the summary schedule for all interest group meetings. Annual Business Meeting and Awards Ceremony. 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 section of the final program. Please come and celebrate with the awardees at the Hawaii Convention Center. SAA’s First Student Day, Saturday, April 6. See page 8 for details.

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The incredible special event exclusively for SAA attendees at the Bishop Museum on Saturday evening, April 6—the Lū’au! For details, see page 8.

absTraCTs Just a reminder that 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, at the Hawaii Convention Center, the Abstract Viewing Center will be reprised for you to reference the abstracts at your convenience through a bank of computers provided for that purpose.

ChildCare For the 78th Annual Meeting, SAA has contracted with Accent on Children’s Arrangements Inc. to provide childcare throughout the meeting. Registration for the Camp SAA childcare program is directly through the provider. For registration information, fees, and schedule, please use the web link on www.saa.org under 78th Annual Meeting, “Childcare


Honolulu.” Childcare is scheduled for the following hours: Wednesday, April 3, 2013 Thursday, April 4, 2013 Friday, April 5, 2013 Saturday, April 6, 2013 Sunday, April 7, 2013

6 pm–10 pm 7:30 am–10:30 pm 7:30 am–7 pm 7:30 am–10:30 pm 7:30 am–12:30pm

Registration forms and payment are sent directly to the provider. Should you have questions not answered on the weblink, you may reach them by phone at 504-524-0188.

badge Use In Honolulu, 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 Hawaii Convention Center. Thank you in advance for your assistance.

hoTel informaTion Hotel reservations must be made directly with the hotels with the methods detailed for each property. A special opportunity for you! Register at the headquarters hotel or any of the three student hotels for the SAA meeting by January 15, 2013, 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 two separate drawings—one for the headquarters hotel and one for the student hotels.

headQUarTers hoTel The Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort and Spa, 2005 Kalia Rd., Honolulu, HI 96815 is the headquarters hotel. The Hilton Hawaiian Village is a 12–14 minute walk from the Hawaii Convention Center. Cut-off Date for Reservations: March 4, 2013 Rate: $209 Select the “Attendee” guest type on the booking website (link below).

To book at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, please click on the following link: https://resweb.passkey.com/Resweb.do? mode=welcome_ei_new&eventID=9634045 There are live links on SAAweb www.saa.org (Click on Hotel Information on the Home page). Select “Attendee” as the guest type.

governmenT-raTe rooms At press time, government-rate rooms were sold out.

sTUdenT hoUsing There are three student properties. The Aqua Palms Waikiki and the Ramada Plaza Waikiki are located almost across the street from the entrance to the Hilton Hawaiian Village. The Ambassador is located towards the convention center. In order to reserve at the student properties, you must have a valid student ID to present upon check-in. the live links are available under “Hotel Information” on SAAweb (www.saaweb.org). 1. Aqua Palms Waikiki,1850 Ala Moana Blvd., Honolulu, HI 96815 Cut-off Date for Reservations: March 13, 2013. SAA Student Rate: $119 For reservations at Aqua Palms Waikiki: 1-866-406-2782 or book online by clicking on this link: https://gc.synxis.com/ rez.aspx?hotel=27634&arrive=04/03/20 13&group=SAA

link: https://www.myfidelio.net/ webui/AvailabilitySearch.aspx?chain=IQ &property=USAHW&promotioncode=B1234

flying To honolUlU While SAA does not select official airlines, for Hawaii, SAA has arranged non-exclusive discounted fares for attendees of SAA’s 78th Annual Meeting in Honolulu, HI with American Airlines and Alaska Airlines. Check them out and compare with other web fares. American Airlines The Society for American Archaeology (SAA) has partnered with American Airlines to provide our attendees a 10% discount off ANY published airfare on www.aa.com for the 78th Annual Meeting in Honolulu, HI. The valid travel dates for this discount are March 28, 2013-April 13, 2013. You can easily access American’s fares and apply this discount by going to www.aa.com/group to book your flight. Place the Promotion Code listed below in the promotion code box and your discount will be calculated automatically. This special discount is valid off any applicable published fares listed for American Airlines, American Eagle, and American Connection. International originating guests will need to contact your local reservation number and refer to the Promotion Code.

2. Ramada Plaza Waikiki, 1830 Ala Moana Blvd., Honolulu, HI 96815 Cut-off Date for Reservations: March 13, 2013. SAA Student Rate: $119 For reservations at Ramada Plaza Waikiki: please phone 1-808-955-1111

You may also call 1-800-433-1790 to book your flights; please refer to the Authorization Number below when you call. Please note there is a reservation service charge for all tickets issued by phone. Please consider American Airlines when you can because of the benefits provided to you as a traveler and to our organization for extended partner value.

3. Ambassador Hotel Waikiki, 2040 Kuhio Ave., Honolulu, HI 96815 Cut-off Date for Reservations: March 2, 2013. SAA Student Rate: $85 single/double; $119 triple (maximum number of people) For reservations at Ambassador Hotel Waikiki: book online by clicking on this

Valid for percent discount travel from all markets where American Airlines, American Eagle, AmericanConnection, codeshare and all oneworld Alliance Partners (collectively “American Airlines) provide service. Travel is not valid on codeshare flights operated by Alaska Airlines or Horizon Air. Not valid in

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conjunction with any other discount. American Airlines must be the governing carrier. The use of American Airlines codeshare requires that one segment of the intinerary be on American Airlines metal. Discounts not valid on Zone fare. American Airlines Promotion Code: 3433BW Note: If you book through a travel agent, the agent must use the authorization code in the General Facts field of the PNR: “AA CONTRACT BOOKING A3433BW.” Failure to provide this information will result in auto-cancellation of unticketed space. Alaska Airlines The Society for American Archaeology (SAA) has partnered with Alaska Airlines to provide our attendees a 7% discount (using promotion code below) off Alaska Airlines published fares (except companion and other promotional fares). You may book and ticket on blackout dates, but no discount will apply. Any change or cancellation after ticketing is subject to a service charge. All fare rules and additional blackout dates of the fare apply. All tickets must be issued online or the Alaska Group desk, and a $15 ticketing fee will apply to any tickets issued by the Group Desk. Valid for travel March 31–April 10, 2013. Blackout dates: March 31–April 1, 2013 and April 5–7, 2013. Departure Cities: Any Alaska or Horizon US (except Prudhoe Bay, Alaska) or Canadian City. Not valid for Mexico and Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Please verify all current baggage allowances as well as travel policies on www.alaskaair.com prior to travel. Alaska Airlines Promotion Code: ECMU158

EXHIBIT LIST As of December 12, the companies listed below have already reserved exhibit booth space for the 78th Annual Meeting. This list is continually growing, so be sure to check the Meetings section of SAAweb (http://www.saa.org) for the latest update! American Rock Art Research Association Antiquity The Archaeological Conservancy Archaeological Institute of America Beta Analytic BigC: Dino-Lite Scopes Bruker Elemental Cambridge University Press Center for Digital Archaeology, UC Berkeley Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA Council of Affiliated Societies (CoAS) Digital Antiquity DirectAMS Forensic Archaeology Recovery (FAR) GEM Advanced Magnetometers Geo-Marine, Inc. Geometrics Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc. GNS Science / Rafter Radiocarbon Human Relations Area Files Left Coast Press, Inc. Leiden University - Faculty of Archaeology MALA GeoScience USA, Inc. National Geographic Society Olympus Innov-X PaleoResearch Institute QLC ArcheoLINK Routledge Society for Hawaiian Archaeology Springer Statistical Research, Inc. Thames & Hudson, Inc. The University of Arizona Press University of Leicester University of Oklahoma Press University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology University of Pittsburgh Center for Comparative Archaeology The University of Utah Press University Press of Colorado Wiley-Blackwell

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airporT Transfers SpeediShuttle is an economical, shared van service for transport to and from the airport in Honolulu. They have set up a special web portal for SAA attendees to make reservations. For reservations, please click on this link: http://www.speedishuttle.com/res?GRO UPID=SAA46764 (the live link is on SAAweb under “Airport Transfers.” You may also call them at 877-2425777 or 808-242-7777, 7 am–10 pm Hawaiian Standard Time. If you do not have advance reservations, please see one of their agents in red aloha attire around the airport, but the wait times for a shuttle will be significantly longer and the price may differ without advance reservations.

meeTing regisTraTion Meeting registration is required to attend or participate in the 78th Annual 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 4, 2013. 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 Hawaii Convention Center, the exhibit hall, workshops, and excursions) along with the tickets to those events requiring additional fees 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, and receptions.

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 +1 202/7890284. 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

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form, and prices will be higher. After March 4, 2013 you must register on site, and on site rates apply.

ConfirmaTions Registrations received by March 4, 2013 will be confirmed by email. Please bring your confirmation with you when picking up your registration packet.

regisTraTion desk Registration will be in the Exhibit Hall III of the Hawaii Convention Center: Wednesday April 3 2:00 pm–8:00 pm Thursday April 4 7:00 am–8:00 pm Friday April 5 7:00 am–4:00 pm Saturday April 6 7:00 am–4:00 pm* Sunday April 7 7:00 am–8:00 am *Student Day Registration will open at 6:30am on Saturday, April 6 – Student Day! A special registration line will be available for Student Day registrants.

regisTraTion refUnds Requests to refund registration fees will be considered if received in writing at SAA headquarters by March 4, 2013. A $25 processing fee will be retained. Program participants are not eligible for refunds after December 1, 2012. Refund requests will be processed after the meeting. “No shows” receive no refund.

QUesTions? Allow us to help! If you have questions about the meeting, please contact the SAA staff by calling +1 202/789-8200, ext. 109. Fax us your questions at +1 202/789-0284, or email us at meetings@saa.org.


opening session/ presidenT’s forUm Wednesday Evening, April 3, 2013 6:00–8:00 pm The Future of Archaeology: Engagement with Descendant Communities Organizer: W. Fredrick Limp Chair: John Norder Individuals from descendant or first peoples communities who are themselves archaeologists embody the synergy between archaeology and indigenous peoples upon which the future of archaeology is based. Attention to this premise has been developing around the globe, with efforts and new practices in many countries, including Central and South America, the Pacific Rim, and Australia. Government regulations, developed self-determination among descendant communities, and an emerging ethos of cooperation with these communities combine to form a new context for the practice of archaeol-

ogy. Without the support of the descendants of those peoples archaeologists seek to study the future of archaeological work is in doubt. This forum will explore the ways archaeology can be of value to this key constituency. Indeed, the participants in the forum will each be archaeologists from descendant/first peoples communities. Participants will discuss issues of concern for descendants, aspects of archaeology that hold the most potential for positive interactions, and examples of productive collaborations. They will highlight the intersections between the differing epistemologies of archaeologists and descendants and how archaeological practice is being changed to meet the needs of both groups.

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 events, except as noted.

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Wednesday, april 3 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.

ThUrsday, april 4 FameLab: Exploring Earth and Beyond Sponsored by SAA, NASA, and National Geographic Calling all early career archaeologists at SAA! Are you the next Sagan or Goodall? Or just passionate about science and love to communicate about it? FameLab EEB is fun-filled day of competition, coaching, and camaraderie that’s all about communicating! It’s something like American Idol for


archaeologists…you give a 3-minute powerpoint-free talk to a panel of judges … but unlike American Idol, the feedback is strictly constructive! There’s a communication training workshop, too, so everyone wins. We invite you to compete to convey your own research or related science concepts. Each contestant has the spotlight for only three minutes—no slides, no charts—just the power of words and any prop you can hold in your hands. A panel of experts in both science and science communication will do the judging. The heart of FameLab EEB’s lies beyond the excitement of the competition element—at each event, there is a science communication workshop led by professionals in the field. These workshops provide insight into how best to talk to stakeholders along your career paths such as department heads and political representatives, but also voting neighbors and relatives, youth in your communities, and perhaps even to broad public audiences through the lens

of a camera or the voice of a blog. The skills you gain in these workshops can even carry over into effective proposal writing! From teaching evolution to planetary exploration to climate change, public interest in science is high. In this landscape, strong science communication skills are critical to sustaining credibility and funding. And in today’s mediaintensive environment, your ability to convey your science can reshape the face of science exploration and discovery. Join us during the SAA Annual Meeting on Thursday April 4th … give a 3-minute talk, get a career’s worth of science communication networking and tips from the pros! Registration, eligibility requirements, and more info can be found at: http://famelab-eeb.arc.nasa.gov/ Questions can be directed to Daniella Scalice at the NASA Astrobiology Program (daniella.m.scalice@nasa.gov) or April Chabries at National Geographic Society (achabrie@ngs.org).

Authentic Hawaiian Lu’au Saturday, April 6, 2013

6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

saTUrday, april 6 First SAA Annual Meeting Student Day! The purpose of student day is to provide an opportunity for students to sample the SAA Annual Meeting and for the SAA community to welcome new students to the experience. On the Saturday of the annual meeting, students registered for Student Day may attend any annual meeting events included in the regular registration fee (organized symposia, general sessions, poster sessions, Exhibit Hall, etc. ) in addition to the special Student Day activities developed and hosted by the Student Affairs Committee. The Committee is hosting a series of Learning Labs in the morning open to all student attendees, not just for those students registered for Student Day. A special registration fee for Student Day is available through advance registration or on-site in Honolulu for $49. Student Day registrants may pick up their registration materials only on Saturday, April 6. Student Day credentials will be valid only for Saturday, April 6, 2013. Special Student Day Activities 6:30 am: 8:00 am:

Experience true local flavor and Hawaiian culture on the beautiful grounds of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum at SAA’s lu’au! The lu’au will open with an oli – or chant – performed by keiki (children) from Punana Leo o Manoa, a Hawaiian language immersion school, and feature traditional Hawaiian cuisine, music, and dancing. For only $26.50 person, your ticket includes: % Roundtrip transportation from the Hilton Hawaiian Village % Hawaiian delicacies such as kalua pig, poi (baked and mashed kalo), ‘uala (sweet potato), and he‘e (octopus) % Non-alcoholic beverages (Beer and wine available for purchase. Must be 21 or over to consume.) % Traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music performed by local artists % Hula performers % Access to the Bishop Museum’s newly renovated Hawaiian Hall and the Abiga l Kinoiki Kekaulike Kahili Room

9:00 am:

10:00 am:

Tickets available for 300 attendees on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets are available to meeting attendees and registered guests of the SAA 78th Annual Meeting.

Thank you to all who contributed to the success of this wonderful event, including: Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum University of Hawai‘i – Manoa Anthropology Department Society for Hawaiian Archaeology

We hope to see you there! Aloha!

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11:00 am:

Student Day Registration Opens Kick-Off Meet other students, and representatives from various SAA groups. Learning Lab 1 - The SAA and Your Future Career in Archaeology How to plan your career in archaeology, and how to use the tools the SAA provides Learning Lab 2 – Getting the Job: Walking through the Application Process Walk through the basics of applying for a job, from writing the initial email to composing the cover letter, and getting the interview Learning Lab 3 – Working the Room: How to Network without Getting Overwhelmed How to put your best self forward and overcome shyness, as


Noon: 1:00 pm: 1:30 pm: 4:00 pm:

well as contacting other departments or institutions Lunch Break Tour of the Convention Free time for sessions, bookroom, and CRM expo Wrap-up

SAA Authentic Hawaiian Lū’au 6:00 pm-9:00 pm Come to the authentic Hawaiian Lū’au at the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum. Please see the box on the previous page for more information.

the recovery, identification, and repatriation of remains of Americans missing from World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and the Cold War. As the scientific component of JPAC, the Central Identification Laboratory (CIL) is the largest skeletal identification laboratory in the world and it is staffed by more than 30 forensic anthropologists, archaeologists and dentists. The tour, led by Dr. William Belcher, Deputy Laboratory Director, will visit the facilities for an overview of the forensic analyses, and a tour of a mock excavation.

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.

esday, april 3 Wednesday, april 3 Joint POW/MIA Command (JPAC), Central Identification Laboratory (CIL) 9:00am−1:00pm; 20 persons; $53.50 Employing more than 400 military and civilian personnel, the Joint POW/MIA Command (JPAC) has spanned the globe in search of missing Americans since 2003. Command personnel and U.S. and foreign specialists engage in

ThUrsday, april 4 Lyon Arboretum and Botanical Garden 8:45 am-12:30 pm (includes travel time), 51 persons maximum; 40 persons minimum; $37.25 The Lyon Arboretum and Botanical Garden is the only University-affiliated

tropical rainforest botanical garden in the United States. It occupies almost 200 acres at the top of a watershed 20 minutes east of Waikiki. As a branch of the University of Hawai’i, it serves as a center for research and education on the plants and natural environments of Hawai’i, with major emphases on tropical plants, native Hawaiian plants, conservation biology, and Hawaiian ethnobotany. Among its many attractions are the Beatrice H. Krauss Hawaiian Ethnobotanical Garden, the Native Hawaiian Garden, the Economic Botany Section, and an active precontact-type lo’i (traditional taro garden). Tour participants will break into small groups for guided tours with an emphasis on Hawaiian ethnobotany. After the guided tours, there will be time for participants to explore on their own. Here’s your chance to connect with the natural environment of Hawai’i—don’t let it pass (excursions continue on page 12)

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 connected 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: ________________________________________________________

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Workshops SAA workshops provide continuing education on a wide range of practical issues relevant to the professional archaeological community. 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!

Wednesday, april 3 Faunal Data Entry and Integration in tDAR 1:00 pm–5:00 pm; maximum 10 persons; minimum 4 persons; $90 Instructors: Katherine A. Spielmann (Arizona State University) and Tiffany Clark (Arizona State University) This workshop will train participants in the uploading, mapping, and integrated analysis of faunal datasets in tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record). tDAR provides an innovative and powerful approach to the synthesis of original archaeological data through the use of an analytical tool that makes it possible to integrate databases (or spreadsheets) that were recorded by different investigators using different analytical protocols. The resulting unified database can then be used to address a diversity of research questions. During the workshop the instructors will introduce tDAR and explain what coding keys and ontologies are, and how they fit together in tDAR. They will then work with each participant to upload one faunal dataset and its associated coding key, and on mapping their coding key to the general ontologies for a broad range of faunal variables that are available in tDAR. Towards the end of the workshop they will demonstrate the integration of multiple datasets using the tDAR data integration tool. If you register for the workshop, instructions for what you should do before leaving home will be emailed to you.

ThUrsday, april 4 Best Practices for Teaching Archaeology Online (Sponsored by the SAA Public Education Committee) 8:00 am–12:00 pm; maximum 24 persons; $59.00 SAA annual meeting attendees; $39 student meeting attendees; $109.00 non-annual meeting attendees Instructors: Shereen Lerner (Mesa Community College), Nancy Gonlin (Bellevue College) and Christine Dixon (University of Colorado and Bellevue College) Target Audience: Archaeologists who teach or want to learn how to teach online or hybrid courses or improve current content of their courses. The latest trend in education is the offering of online courses. As archaeologists, it is our duty to ensure high-quality education and to successfully convey the essence of the field through the medium of online teaching. This workshop will be a hands-on experience to demonstrate and share what has worked successfully in the online archaeology classroom. Several archaeologists have extensive experience teaching in this environment and are familiar with various approaches which can be taken, regardless of the learning management system used by an institution to run online courses. Attendees will have the opportunity to map out a module of their own classes. Major outcomes of the workshop and participants will take away: 1. A sense/knowledge of what approaches work well in the online environment 2. Activities, films, assignments, and other assessments that convey essential archaeology concepts 3. Links to resources for online archaeology education 4. How to set up blogs and discussion areas and incorporate it into the online classroom 5. How to incorporate or improve a course module and an outline of it

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Comparative and Complementary 3D Documentation Strategies 8:00 am−12:00 pm; maximum 15 persons; $59 SAA annual meeting attendees; $39 student meeting attendees; $109 nonannual meeting attendees Instructors: Katie Simon and Rachel Opitz (Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies) Innovative methods for 3D recording, importantly photogrammetry, laser scanning and rapid vector capture, have emerged and are rapidly being adopted as core documentation methods for archaeological research, CRM, and museum-based projects. With recent improvements in software, the creation of photogrammetric models themselves is now relatively simple and the price tag for laserscanners is dropping, making this technology more widely available. As an increasing number and variety of projects adopt these techniques, developing workflows and strategies which suit their project's particular problems, new challenges are appearing. The problem of selecting an appropriate documentation method is central for many projects and organizations, and should build on both practical considerations and quantitative analysis of the models produced. Some strategies may be low-cost but have limited metric potential. Different techniques are effective based on the nature of the material being recorded: for example, certain methods work effectively on uniform material surfaces while others do not. This workshop will provide a comparative overview of 3D documentation techniques and walk through decision making strategies using a series of sample projects. Hands on processing of sample data will be incorporated into the walk-throughs, including data cleaning, model building, measurement tools, and comparative metrics.


friday, april 5 Archaeological Applications of Airborne Laserscanning 8:00 am−3:00 pm (one hour lunch break); maximum 15 persons; $109 SAA annual meeting attendees; $49 student meeting attendees; $169 non-annual meeting attendees Instructor: Rachel Optiz (Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies) Over the past decade Airborne Laserscanning (LiDAR) has proved to be an important addition to the collection of archaeological surveying methods, useful for the rapid detection of new sites and features across large and varied landscape areas. Archaeological projects employing Airborne Laserscanning (ALS) for base mapping, prospection, and analysis are increasingly common. While archaeologically driven ALS surveys remain exceptional, substantial archival data sets are available for public use in some areas, and data can be acquired at a lower cost through collaboration with agencies and organizations collecting data for forestry, hydrology etc., bringing it within reach for many projects. This workshop is organized in four modules: 1. An overview of uses of ALS data in archaeology 2. Working with archival data 3. Project planning and ‘raw’ data processing 4. Breakout data clinic—bring your own data The first section of the workshop is primarily lecture based. It introduces ALS as a technology and presents a spectrum of projects using ALS in a variety of environmental conditions, with project aims from academic research on a small landscape area to cultural heritage management for a large region. The second section of the workshop will focus on the strengths and weaknesses of publicly available lidar from a variety of archives,

teach how to assess the archaeological potential of an archival data set, and present the processing and visualization options available for typical archival data formats, with a focus on derivatives of bare earth DTMs. The third section of the workshop will review criteria and important project planning and processing considerations for collecting and working with ‘raw’ lidar data. Hands-on computer based lidar processing will be integral to the second and third modules. Sample data will be provided. Participants are encouraged to bring their own data and participate in a breakout data processing clinic at the end of the workshop, where they will have the chance to discuss their projects and work through any processing problems with workshop leaders, experienced users and peers.

saTUrday, april 6 Improve Your Professional Productivity by Using tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record) 1:00 pm−5:00 pm; maximum 20 persons; minimum 8 persons; $80 Instructors: Francis P. McManamon (Center for Digital Antiquity), and Adam Brin (Center for Digital Antiquity) The Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR) is a repository of archaeological data and information from around the world. You can use it to significantly increase your productivity and simplify the distribution and sharing of your professional work. This workshop will cover the basics of how to use tDAR and show you how using tDAR will help you become more productive. Topics covered will include: simple and advanced searching in tDAR; how to access documents, data sets, and images; and examples of using tDAR data integration for research. You will learn how quickly archive and create metadata for your own reports and other research results. Feel free to bring documents or images to upload.

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Learn how you can use tDAR: • to share data and information with colleagues, or the public without worrying about compromising site location or confidentiality; • for background research; • as part of the records checking for Section 106 review; • to provide easy, broad, and wide sharing of project results as part of your public outreach efforts; • to simplify your backup and preservation strategies in accordance with 36CFR79; • to help ensure your hard work is used and cited by others; • to meet NSF, NEH, and other federal or grant-related data preservation requirements.


you by!! (Keep in mind that this is a RAIN forest, so come prepared with umbrella and footwear with good traction. Visitors are warned to be prepared for both sun and rain, as well as slippery paths, mud, and mosquitoes.) Sponsored by the Fiber Perishables Interest Group, but open to all interested SAA attendees.

friday, april 5 Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum Behind-the-Scenes Fiber Perishables Tour 9:00 am−12:00 pm (includes transport time); 20 persons; $39.75 The famed Bishop Museum, founded in 1889 to house Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop’s extensive collection of Hawaiian artifacts and heirlooms of the royal Kamehameha family, now curates millions of artifacts, natural history specimens, documents, and photographs about Hawai’i and other Pacific island cultures. Much of the traditional material culture of Hawai’i has been produced from perishable materials such as wood, fibers, seeds, hair, and feathers. Bishop Museum collections include the full range of items made from fibrous materials—kapa cloth, feather garments and ceremonial items, mats, baskets, hats, fans, necklaces—as well as production tools and documentation of artifacts’ historical and contemporary significance. In addition to the ethnographic objects and historical heirlooms housed in the Cultural Collections Department, a collection of perishable items recovered during archaeological excavations is housed in the Museum’s Anthropology Department. These items, while few and largely fragmentary, enhance the Museum’s overall perishables collections by providing greater time depth to the selection of materials available for study. Participants in this tour will have a chance to examine and compare fiber and other perishable artifacts from both the archaeological and non-archaeological collections of the Museum. The two components of the tour will be guided by Archaeology Collections Manager, Summer Moore, and Cultural Resources Collections staff members,

who will take participants into collections storage areas, introduce them to the range of fiber perishables in the collections, provide cultural contexts of their production and use, and discuss preservation issues. Because of the intimate nature of this tour, participant numbers must be limited, so early registration is strongly advised. Sponsored by the Fiber Perishables Interest Group, but open to all interested SAA attendees. (Please note that admission to Museum exhibits is NOT included in this tour.)

saTUrday, april 6 Makua Training Range 9:00 am−3:00 pm; 16 persons maximum; $53.50 The Military Archaeological Resources Stewardship (MARS) interest group has arranged a field trip to the Makua Training Range on U.S. Army Garrison, Hawai’i. Makua Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Hawai’i and in early April, beachgoers may still be able to see whales offshore. Makua, in Hawaiian mythology, is a place of creation where Wakea the sky father impregnates Papa, the earth mother. A physical reminder of this event is manifested in the landscape during the sun rise of the Winter Solstice. The rays of the rising sun align with a notch on the southern ridge and a similar point on the "female" side of the valley. The cultural resources team at USAG Hawai’i has identified 121 archaeological sites in the Makua Training Range, which include several heiau (religious structures), petroglyphs, occupation areas, and agricultural sites. Historically, parts of Makua were used for military training. The U.S. Army has been sued multiple times by native Hawaiians over the use of Makua. In 2004, USAG Hawai’i was foreclosed upon under the National Historic Preservation Act and a federal injunction was put in place that limits training exercises in the Makua Training Range. Today it is considered a place of tranquility and the public is afforded limited access to experience its natural beauty and cultural significance.

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The reason that MARS chose Makua is because of its particular history of military use. For DoD historic preservation professionals, Makua represents why it is important to have an ethical DoD cultural resources program on installations like USAG Hawaii. All DoD archaeologists struggle to balance historic preservation and site management with the importance of the military mission. Makua represents how a cultural resources manager can balance both priorities in a way that is beneficial to all parties. Makua is the perfect place to demonstrate why the DoD cultural resources management programs are so important. The USAG, Hawai’i Cultural Resources Section will guide the tour group through the valley pointing out sites of interest and will speak to the particular history of the Makua Training Range, its legal implications, how it was treated prior to 2004, and how that has changed. Since the Makua Valley does have cultural significance for both past and present Hawaiians, the field trip will incorporate an engagement opportunity with a local Hawaiian community. It's our hope to provide an opportunity for our SAA participants to interact with local community groups and individuals in order to nurture collaborative relationships. The bus ride to Makua will take approximately 45 minutes. Once at Makua, the tour group will leave the bus for 4 separate 4X4 SUVs. The bus will return to the convention center at by 3:00 p.m. Space is limited to 16 conference attendees. Those that decide to take the tour need to bring sun screen, bug repellant, a bag lunch, water, and comfortable shoes for walking/hiking. Tour attendees need to be in relatively good physical condition to participate in the tour as they should expect to have to walk over semi-rough terrain over moderate distances. Kaniakapupu, Summer Residence of King Kamehameha III (Kauikeaouli) 8:30 am–12:30 pm; 20 persons; $46.50 Aha Hui Mālama O Kaniakapupu, a nonprofit organization, has engaged in community stewardship of this National Register of Historic Places site for many


years and will host a tour of Kaniakapupu. This locale was as a residence of King Kamehameha III in the mid-19th century, a time of profound changes in the Kingdom of Hawai’i. Visitors will learn about the history and cultural significance of this locale as they assist in the maintenance and restoration of Kaniakapupu, with guidance from members of Aha Hui Mālama O Kaniakapupu. Participants in the tour should be dressed for hiking and bring a bottle of water. The tour will be led by Melvin Kalahiki, Dr. Baron Ching, Maria Kaūimi Orr, and other members of Aha Hui Mālama O Kaniakapupu.

sUmmary sChedUle TUesday, april 2 7:30 am–6:00 pm Paleoanthropology Society Annual Meeting (separate registration required) 8:30 am–5:00 pm Association of Transportation Archaeologists Annual Meeting 10:00 am–4:00 pm DoD Cultural Resource Program-Town Hall for DoD CRMS 3:00 pm–6:00 pm Paleoanthropology Society Annual Meeting Poster Sessions 6:00 pm–9:00 pm SAA Executive Committee Meeting

Wednesday, april 3 2:00 pm–8:00 pm Meeting Registration 6:00 pm–10:00pm Childcare available through Accent on Children’s Arrangements Inc. 7:30 am–7:00 pm Paleoanthropology Society Meeting (separate registration required) 7:00 am–8:00 am SAA Board of Directors—New Board Member Orientation 8:00 am–4:45 pm SAA Board of Directors Meeting 8:30 am–5:00 pm Association of Transportation Archaeologists Annual Meeting (cont.)

8:30 am–5:00 pm Project Archaeology Coordinators Meeting

4:00 pm–6:00 pm Committee on Ethics Meeting

9:00 am–1:00 pm Excursion Joint POW/MIA Command (JPAC), Central Identification Laboratory (CIL)

4:00 pm–6:00 pm Government Affairs Committee Meeting

12:30 pm–4:00 pm RPA Board Meeting 1:00 pm–4:00 pm National Association of State Archaeologists Annual Meeting 1:00 pm–5:00 pm Workshop Faunal Data Entry and Integration in tDAR 6:00 pm–8:00 pm Opening Session/President’s Forum: The Future of Archaeology: Engagement with Descendant Communities 9:00 pm–10:00 pm Student, New Member, First Timer & Committee Reception

ThUrsday, april 4 7:00 am–8:00 pm Meeting Registration 7:30 am–10:30 pm Childcare available through Accent on Children’s Arrangements Inc. 7:30 am–12:00 pm Ethics Bowl Preliminary Rounds 8:00 am–10:00 am Council of Councils Meeting 8:00 am–12:00 pm Workshop Best Practices for Teaching Archaeology Online 8:00 am–12:00 pm Workshop Comparative and Complementary 3D Documentation Strategies 8:45 am–12:30 pm Excursion Lyon Arboretum and Botanical Garden 12:15 pm–12:45 pm Zooarchaeology and Bone Technology Interest Group Meeting 2:00 pm–3:00 pm Fundraising Committee Meeting 2:00 pm–3:00 pm Meeting of Latin American Antiquity Advisory Board 4:00 pm–6:00 pm Crabtree Award Committee Meeting 4:00 pm–6:00 pm Committee on Curriculum Meeting

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4:00 pm–6:00 pm Investment and Finance Committee Meeting 4:00 pm–6:00 pm Lifetime Achievement Award Committee Meeting 4:00 pm–6:00 pm Minority Scholarships Committee Meeting 4:00 pm–6:00 pm Museums, Collections, and Curation Committee 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 Meeting 4:00 pm–6:00 pm Student Affairs Committee Meeting 4:00 pm–6:00 pm Student Paper Award Committee Meeting


7:30 am–7:00 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

8:00 am–12:00 pm AAA-AD Executive Board Meeting

8:15 am–4:45 pm SAA Board of Directors Meeting

8:00 am–3:00 pm Workshop Archaeological Applications of Airborne Laser Scanning

8:30 am–12:30 pm Excursion Kaniakapupu, Summer Residence of King Kamehameha III (Kauikeaouli)

9:00 am–11:00 am Committee on the Americas Meeting 9:00 am–12:00 pm Excursion Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum Behind-the-Scenes Fiber Perishables Tour 12:00 pm–1:00 pm Digital Data Interest Group Meeting 12:00 pm–1:00 pm Heritage Values Interest Group Meeting 12:00 pm–1:30 pm International Association for Obsidian Studies Annual Meeting 4:00 pm–6:00 pm Council of Affiliated Societies Annual Business Meeting 4:00 pm–6:00 pm Publications Committee Meeting 5:00 pm–6:30 pm RPA Awards Ceremony 5:30–7:00 pm Women’s Networking Reception 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 Fiber Perishables Interest Group Meeting 6:00 pm–7:00 pm Prehistoric Quarry and Early Mines Interest Group Meeting 6:30 pm–7:30 pm Geoarchaeology Interest Group Meeting 7:00 pm–7:30 pm Women in Archaeology Interest Group Business Meeting

friday, april 5 7:00 am–4:00 pm Meeting Registration

1:00 pm–2:00 pm American Antiquity Editorial Board Meeting 1:00 pm–3:00 pm PEC State Network Coordinators Meeting 1:00 pm–3:00 pm Repatriation Committee Meeting 3:00 pm–4:00 pm MARS Interest Group Meeting 3:00 pm–4:30 pm Forensic Archaeology Recovery Annual Meeting 6:45 pm–7:45 pm Society for Archaeological Sciences Business Meeting 6:45 pm–8:00 pm Society of Africanist Archaeology Reception 6:45 pm–8:45 pm Native American Welcome Reception 7:00 pm–8:00 pm Rock Art Interest Group Meeting

saTUrday, april 6 6:30 am-4:00pm Student Day Registration 7:00 am–4:00 pm Meeting Registration 7:30 am–10:30 pm Childcare available through Accent on Children’s Arrangements Inc.

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9:00 am–3:00 pm Excursion Makua Training Range 1:00 pm–5:00 pm Workshop Improve Your Professional Productivity by Using tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record) 5:00 pm–6:00 pm Island and Coastal Archaeology Interest Group Meeting 5:30 pm–7:00 pm Get-together for Archaeologists of East and Southeast Asia 6:00 pm–7:00 pm Public Archaeology Interest Group 6:00 pm–9:00 pm SAA Lū‘au

sUnday, april 7 7:00 am–8:00 am Meeting Registration 7:30 am–12:30 pm Childcare available through Accent on Children’s Arrangements Inc.

Come to the lū’au saturday night to celebrate with your fellow attendees! 6:00 pm-9:00 pm at the bernice pauahi bishop museum To reserve your space, please see the advance registration form on page 37.


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 3 Opening Session/ President’s Forum The Future of Archaeology: Engagement with Descendant Communities Organizer: W. Fredrick Limp Chair: John Norder

ThUrsday morning, april 4 Symposium Multidisciplinary Research and Current Technologies in National Approaches to the Ecuadorian Past Chairs: Maria-Auxiliadora Cordero; Florencio Delgado Espinoza Participants: Maria Ordoñez, Ronald Beckett and Gerald Conlogue; Florencio Delgado Espinoza; Amelia Sánchez Mosquera; Josefina Vasquez and Iván Pazmiño; Fernando Astudillo; Maria-Auxiliadora Cordero; Daniela Balanzategui Symposium Global Patterns of Shellfish Exploitation Chairs: Adrian Whitaker; Brian Codding Participants: Brian Codding and James O’Connell; Sean Ulm, Helene Tomkins, Daniel Rosendahl, Lynley Wallis and Patrick Moss; Adrian Whitaker and Brian Byrd; Christina Giovas, Scott Fitzpatrick and Annie Caruso; Aaron Poteate, Scott Fitzpatrick, Meagan Clark, Jessica Stone and Alyson Harding; David Thomas Discussant: Douglas Bird General Session Archaeology of Western Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean Chair: Andrew Fairbairn Participants: Alan Simmons; Katelyn DiBenedetto and Alan Simmons; Sarah MacIntosh and Levent Atici; Daniel Thompson; Joseph Lehner; Kathryn Grossman; Andrew Fairbairn, Emma Jenkins, Douglas Baird and Geraldine Jacobsen Poster Session Archaeology across Oceania Participants: Sam Lin, Matthew Douglass, Daniel Parker and Simon Holdaway; Mallory Messersmith and Mark McCoy; Jana Morehouse and Michael Graves; Elizabeth Peterson; Christina Bisulca, Kamalu du Preez, Lisa Schattenburg-Raymond and Betty Kam;

Daniel Welch; Jennifer Huebert; Kathleen LeBlanc; Megan Wong, David Burley and Michael Richards Poster Session Current empirical research in Southeast Asian archaeology Chairs: Ben Marwick; Ally Halliwell Participants: Rachna Chhay and David Brotherson; Veronica Walker Vadillo and Xabier Armendariz; Hannah Van Vlack, Cyler Conrad, Ben Marwick, Cholawit Thongcharoenchaikit and Rasmi Shoocongdej; Charmaine Ledesma, Noel Amano and Stephen Acabado; Damien Huffer; Jacy Moore, Jasminda Ceron and Stephen Acabado; Nina Peck; Jennifer Huff; Seungki Kwak, Ben Marwick and Dan Nelson; David Bulbeck, Ben Marwick, Sue O’Connor, Ambra Calo and Jack Fenner; Sarah Youngblutt; Mariana Sanders, John Peterson and Stephen Acabado Poster Session The Archaeology and Cultural Heritage of Iringa, southern Tanzania Chair: Pamela Willoughby Participants: Pamela Willoughby; Jennifer Miller; Katie Biittner; Frank Masele Poster Session Envisioning Çatalhöyük Chairs: Kathryn Killackey; James Taylor; Joshua Sadvari Participants: Grant Cox and Graeme Earl; Lindsay Der; Lisa Guerre; Scott Haddow, Christopher Knüsel, Joshua Sadvari, Nicolò Dell’Unto and Maurizio Forte; Justine Issavi, Maurizio Forte, Nicolo Dell’Unto and Nicola Lercari; Kathryn Killackey; Ashley Lingle; Camilla Mazzucato; Allison Mickel; Sharmini Pitter, Nerissa Russell, Ian Hodder and Richard P. Evershed; James Taylor; Milena Vasic and Kathryn Killackey Poster Session Eastern U.S. Archaeology: Woodland through Early Contact Periods Participants: Kimberly Swisher, Clark Spencer Larsen, Victor D. Thompson and Paul W. Sciulli; George Kinison; Amanda Roberts Thompson; Matthew Lobiondo, Cameron Wesson, John Cottier, Hamilton Bryant and Holly Luscumb; Maureen Bickham; G. Logan Miller; Lindsay Plunk; Allison Gracer, Amber VanDerwarker and Gregory Wilson; Anna Semon; Eric Jones; Mark McConaughy; Sarah Striker Forum The Development of a Formal Middle Formative Site Layout in Southern Mesoamerica Moderator: Takeshi Inomata Discussants: Mary Pye; John Clark; Rebecca Gonzalez Lauck; Valerie Courtes; Lynneth Lowe; Michael Blake; Michael Love; Barbara Arroyo

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Symposium Toward a Data Standard for Paleolithic Archaeology Chairs: Denne Reed; Shannon McPherron Participants: Denne Reed; John Kappelman, Marvin Kay, Lawrence Todd and Abraham Thompson; Elisabeth Hildebrand and Steven Brandt; William Barr, Tomislav Urban and Denne Reed; Keith Kintigh, Francis McManamon and Katherine Spielmann; Erich Fisher and Curtis Marean; Alison Brooks, Richard Potts, Matthew W. Tocheri and Christian A. Tryon; Harold Dibble and Shannon McPherron; William Gilbert General Session New Insights and Data in Hominid Biological and Cultural Evolution Chair: James Enloe Participants: James Enloe, Theodore Marks and Grant McCall; Kathryn Ranhorn, Alison S. Brooks, Fidelis Masao and John E. Yellen; Robyn Pickering; Peter MacNeilage; Kathleen Gibson; Natalie Uomini; Alexa Benson and Rainer Grun; Charles Perreault; Micah Hale Symposium Cities, large villages, or neither? The conundrum of Cahokia, the Oppida, the Yoruba Towns and others Chairs: Nam Kim; Timothy Pauketat Participants: Nam Kim; Timothy Pauketat; Adam Rogers; Stephen Lekson; Innocent Pikirayi; John Chapman and Bisserka Gaydarska; Eduardo Neves, Michael Heckenberger and Claide Moraes; Chapurukha Kusimba Discussant: Roland Fletcher

preliminary program

preliminary program


Symposium California Aboriginal Sociopolitical Groups, Boundaries, and Their Formation Chairs: William Hildebrandt; Robert Bettinger Participants: Richard Fitzgerald, Nathan Stevens and Jeffrey Rosenthal; Kelly McGuire; Michael Delacorte, Mark Basgall and Lynn Johnson; Jeff Rosenthal; Al Schwitalla, Terry Jones and Marin Pilloud; Allika Ruby and Al Schwitalla; Darren Andolina and Adie Whitaker; William Hildebrandt; John Johnson Discussant: Robert Bettinger

Donald E. Weaver, Jr; Michele Hayward, Frank Schieppati and Michael Cinquino; Reinaldo Morales; Jane Fyfe General Session New Insights in Southwestern Archaeology Chair: Kristin Kuckelman Participants: William Deaver and Mark Chenault; Kathryn Putsavage; Katie Grundtisch, Scott Ortman, Timothy Kohler and Carly Fitzpatrick; Lauren O’Brien; Chip Wills and Patricia Crown; Erin Baxter; Walter Dodd; Kristin Kuckelman; Dawn Mulhern and Mona Charles; Mona Charles and Dawn Mulhern; James Allison

Symposium Space and Aviation Heritage: An Archaeological and Historic Preservationist Perspective Chairs: Lisa Westwood; Beth O’Leary Participants: Beth O’Leary; Peter Capelotti; Margaret (Ann) Darrin; Alice Gorman; Justin Walsh; Hanna Szczepanowska; Wayne Donaldson; Joseph Reynolds; Lisa Westwood Symposium Complex Social Worlds: Exploring Epistemologies and Ontologies of Agency and Personhood Chairs: Eleanor Harrison-Buck; Julia Hendon Participants: Eleanor Harrison-Buck and Julia Hendon; Erica Hill; Matthew Looper; Linda Brown; Julia Hendon; Amy Groleau; Benjamin Alberti and Andres Laguens; Lambros Malafouris Discussant: Severin Fowles Symposium Multiethnic Population in neighborhood centers at Teotihuacan: a view from Teopancazco Chair: Linda Manzanilla Participants: Linda Manzanilla and Luis Adrián Alvarado; Gabriela Mejia Appel; Isabel Casar, Edith Cienfuegos, Pedro Morales and Linda Manzanilla; Pedro Morales, Edith Cienfuegos, Isabel Casar, Linda R Manzanilla and Francisco Otero; Gabriela Solis-Pichardo, Peter Schaaf, Teodoro Hernandez-Treviño, Becket Lailson-Tinoco and Linda R. Manzanilla; Rafael Montiel, Brenda A. Álvarez-Sandoval and Linda R. Manzanilla; Lilia Escorcia, Linda R. Manzanilla and Fabio Barba; T. Douglas Price; Peter E. Schaaf Discussants: Margaret Schoeninger; T. Douglas Price Sponsored Symposium Rock Art in Broad Perspective: Method and Interpretation in Contemporary Practice (Sponsored by Rock Art Interest Group) Chair: Lenville Stelle Participants: Johannes Loubser; Robert Mark and Evelyn Billo; Daniel Arsenault; Michael Bies; Francis Scardera; David Whitley; Evelyn Billo, Robert Mark and

Participants: Karen ODay; Isabelle Druc; Eisei Tsurumi; Kimberly Jones; Jean-Francois Millaire, Flannery Surette and Jordan Downey; Juliet Wiersema; George Lau; Maline Werness-Rude and Lisa DeLeonardis; Yuichi Matsumoto; Lauren Gallow and Deborah Spivak Discussant: Kevin Vaughn Symposium Xultun: Recent Investigations at a Classic Maya Metropolis in the Northeast Peten Chair: Franco Rossi Participants: Ana María Díaz Rocha; Patricia Rivera Castillo, Boris Beltrán, David Del Cid, Estuardo Casasola and William Saturno; Thomas Garrison; Lauren Santini; Jonathan Ruane; Omar Alcover Firpi and Lic. David Ricardo Del Cid Castillo; Jennifer Wildt; Mary Clarke; Franco Rossi; Shintaro Suzuki and Franco Rossi; Heather Hurst and Franco Rossi; Anthony Aveni and David Stuart Discussants: William Saturno; Daniela Triadan Symposium Korean Prehistory: Current Multidisciplinary Perspectives Chair: Christopher Bae Participants: Yongwook Yoo; Kiryong Kim and Kidong Bae; Chulmin Lee, Kiryong Kim, Euiju Shin, Kidong Bae and Christopher Bae; Sangyoung So; Bumcheol Kim; Kisung Yi; Christopher Bae, Claudia Astorino and Jennie Jin; Sang-Hee Lee, Seonbok Yi and Damdinsuren Tseveendorj; Jennie Jin, Ashley Burch and Lee; Jong Bhak, YoungAh Shin, Sanghoon Song and PASNP Consortium; Yangseung Jeong, Eun Jin Woo and Sunyoung Pak; Jieun Kim; Myeung Ju Kim, Min Seo, Chang Seok Oh and Dong Hoon Shin Discussant: Kidong Bae

Symposium Old Dogs, New Tricks: Recent Research on Dogs in the Past Chair: Angela Perri and Greger Larson Participants: Greger Larson, Keith Dobney, Ophelie Lebrasseur, Rick Knecht and Phil Piper; Morgane Ollivier, Christophe Hitte, Anne Tresset, Jean-Denis Vigne and Hänni Catherine; Olaf Thalmann, Matthias Meyer, Mietje Germonpré, Richard E. Green and Robert K. Wayne; Sarah Brown, Christyann Darwent and Ben Sacks; Melanie Fillios; Angela Perri; Ellen McManus, Kate Britton, Keith Dobney and Rick Knecht; Eric Guiry, Colin Smith, Vaughan Grimes and Domingo Salazar-García; Kasia Zimmerman; Raúl Valadez and Bernardo Rodríguez; Monica Beron Symposium South American Ceramics Chairs: Maline Werness-Rude; Kimberly Jones

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Sponsored Symposium New Directions in Modeling Dynamics for Coupled Social-Natural Systems (Sponsored by Network for Computational Modeling in Social and Ecological Sciences (CoMSES Net) and Coupled Human) Chairs: C. Michael Barton; Sander Van Der Leeuw Participants: Enrico Crema; Iza Romanowska, Ben Davies, Tom Brughmans and David O’Sullivan; Jacob Freeman and John M Anderies; Sean Bergin and C. Michael Barton; Isaac Ullah and C. Michael Barton; John Murphy, Mark Altaweel, Lilian Alessa and Andrew Kliskey; Kelsey Reese, R. Kyle Bocinsky, Addy Donyina, Donna Glowacki and Scott Ortman; Kathleen Galvin; Andrew Bevan; Scott Heckbert; J. Daniel Rogers, Claudio Cioffi-Revilla, Paul Schopf and Sean Luke; Jed Kaplan and Carsten Lemmen Discussants: Shawn Graham; Sander Van Der Leeuw


Symposium Using The Bruker Tracer IIIv+ Portable ED-XRF Analyzer to Investigate Compositional Variation in Archaeological Ceramics and Natural Clays Chairs: John Richards; Patricia Richards Participants: Bruce Kaiser; Elissa Hulit; Jocelyn Boor; William Balco; Michelle Birnbaum; Jennifer Haas; Jennifer Picard, Jennifer Haas and Ricky Kubicek; Seth Schneider; Marcus Schulenburg; John Richards and Seth Schneider; Thomas Zych; Jill Kotwasinski and John Richards; Patricia Richards and Lisa Zimmerman; George Calfas, Michelle Birnbaum and John Richards Discussant: James Skibo Symposium Lithic technological organization and paleoenvironmental change Chairs: Erick Robinson; Frederic Sellet Participants: Erella Hovers and René Bobe; Philip Van Peer; Alexander Mackay and Emily Hallinan; Julien Riel-Salvatore and Fabio Negrino; Erick Robinson and Philippe Crombé; Peter Hiscock; Chris Clarkson; Kazuki Morisaki, Masami Izuho and Hiroyuki Sato; Loukas Barton, Robert Bettinger, Christopher Morgan and Mingjie Yi; Kelly Graf and Angela Gore; Ted Goebel; Frederic Sellet and Jack Hofman; Rafael Suarez; Nora Franco, Luis Borrero, George Brook and María Virginia Mancini Discussants: Michael Shott; Michael Jochim Sponsored Symposium Spatial Approaches to the History of Archaeology (Sponsored by History of Archaeology Interest Group (HAIG)) Chairs: Neha Gupta; Bernard Means Participants: Neha Gupta; Alice Kehoe; Lucía Watson; Anastasiya Travina; Charlotte Young; Jennifer Bracewell; Elizabeth Bollwerk; Bernard Means; Katie Kirakosian; Asa Randall; John Cottier and Cameron Wesson; Sam Duwe; John Kelly and Kathleen Stahlman; Brent Hicks Symposium Theoretical and methodological issues for Oceanic colonization Chair: Timothy Rieth

Participants: David Burley; Timothy Rieth and Alex Morrison; Jeffrey Clark; Alex Morrison and Melinda Allen; Guillaume Molle and Eric Conte; Mara Mulrooney and Simon Bickler; John O’Connor; Amy Commendador, Julie Field, John Dudgeon and Timothy Rieth; Christopher Filimoehala and David Addison; Scott Fitzpatrick, Greg Nelson and John Krigbaum; Michael Pietrusewsky, Hallie Buckley and Dimitri Anson; Karen Kadohiro, Adam Lauer and Michael Pietrusewsky; Bruce Floyd and Ben Davies; Estelle Herrscher, Frédérique Valentin, Hallie Buckley, Stuart Bedford and Matthew Spriggs; Cherie Walth Discussant: Ethan Cochrane

Herbert Maschner and Bruce Finney; Gustavo Barrientos and Juan Bautista Belardi; Vivien Standen, Bernardo Arriaza and Calogero Santoro; Leslye Valenzuela; Karen Borrazzo, Marcelo Cardillo and Judith Charlin; Amalia Nuevo Delaunay, Juan Bautista Belardi, Flavia Carballo Marina and Hernán De Angelis Discussants: Daniel Sandweiss; Luis Borrero Symposium Global Perspectives on the Evolution of Complex Societies: Papers in Honor of Henry T. Wright from his Students, Part 1 Chair: Geoff Emberling Participants: Karen Mudar; Alex Barker; Paul Welch; Eric Rupley; Robert Schacht; Susan Pollock; Patricia Wattenmaker; Naomi Miller and Ayse Gürsan-Salzmann Discussants: Geoff Emberling; Lynn Rainville Forum The State Of Mongolian Cultural Heritage Today Moderator: Richard Ciolek-Torello Discussants: Diane Douglas; Elizabeth Bradshaw; Tserennadmid Osorpurev; Willem Willems; Byambaa Gunchinsuren; Chen Shen; Paula DePriest; Charles Krusekopf; William Fitzhugh Symposium Assembling Çatalhöyük Chair: Arkadiusz Marciniak Participants: Ian Hodder; Joshua Sadvari, Michael Charles, Christopher Ruff, Tristan Carter and Milena Vasic; Tristan Carter, Nerissa Russell, Scott Haddow, Amy Bogaard and Christina Tsoraki-Chan; Arkadiusz Marciniak, Eleni Asouti, Chris Doherty, Liz Henton and Marek Polcyn; Burcu Tung, Arzu Demirergi, Duygu Tarkan and Camilla Mazzucato; Sabrina Agarwal, Clark Larsen, Joshua Sadvari, Carolyn Nakamura and Jessica Pearson; Jessica Pearson, Lynn Meskell, Carrie Nakamura and Clark Spencer Larsen Discussant: Melinda Zeder

Symposium New Approaches to the Archaeological and Bioarchaeological Study of South American Hunter-Gatherer societies Chairs: Marta Alfonso-Durruty; Flavia Morello Repetto Participants: Marta Alfonso-Durruty and Flavia Morello; Lucas Bueno; Antoine Lourdeau; Fabiana María Martin, Francisco Juan Prevosti, Charles R. Stern, Manuel San Román and Flavia Morello; Flavia Morello Repetto, Consuelo Huidobro, Luis Borrero, Manuel San Roman and Fabiana Martin; César Méndez Melgar, Omar Reyes, Amalia Nuevo Delaunay, Juan García and Charles Stern; Peter Stahl; Manuel San Roman, Jimena Torres and Flavia Morello; Nicole Misarti, Luis Borrero, Manuel San Roman,

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General Session Lithic Sourcing Chair: Jessica Jones Participants: Matthew Landt and Neil Hauser; Tom Kimber, Vincenzo Poppiti, Daniel A. Contreras, Nicholas Tripcevich and Yuri Cavero; Stacey Whitman; Olaf Jaime-Riveron and Christopher A. Pool; Michele Punke; Susannah Wales, Elizabeth A. Scholz, Chelsea B. Lewis and George T. Jones; Jessica Jones; Javier Rivas, Paulina Ivette Poot, Ventura Rodríguez, María del Rosario Domínguez and Raymundo Javier González Poster Session Prehistoric Bodies of Evidence Participants: Kirsten Green; Raymond Mauldin, Robert Hard, Cynthia Munoz and Jennifer Rice; Brenda A. Alvarez-Sandoval, Linda R. Manzanilla and Rafael Montiel;

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Symposium Beyond Peripheries: Material and Conceptual Borderlands of Becoming Chair: Neal Ferris Participants: Gwen Bennett; Ulrike Green and Kirk E. Costion; Charles Cobb and Chester DePratter; Aubrey Cannon; Richard Hingley; Jerimy Cunningham; Linda Howie and Sherman Horn III; Michael Spence; Christopher Watts; Neal Ferris; Meghan Howey; Susan Blair and Melanie Wiber; Thomas Emerson; Susan Alt; Maureen Meyers


Raul Tito and Cecil M Lewis; Lisa Benson and Katie Saunders; Adrianne Offenbecker and D. Troy Case Poster Session Historic Cemeteries Participants: Michael Sprowles; Lisa Anselmi and Kevin Williams; Peter Killoran, David Pollack, Worne Heather, Stewart Nealis and Emily Vanderpool; Emily Laak, David Stock, Alexis Jordan and Jacquelyn Bluma Poster Session Dental Morphology and Analysis in Bioarchaeology Participants: Rebecca Mountain; Andrea Cucina, T. Douglas Price, James Burton, Evelia Magaña and Augustin Peña; Jessica Stone, Scott Burnett, Scott Fitzpatrick and Abby Heller Poster Session Bioarchaeology Participants: Helen Cho; Hua Zhang, Jigen Tang, Yuling He, Mark Skinner and Deborah C. Merrett; Blaine Maley, José Capriles, Freddy Paredes-Rios and Bernardino Mamani; Kassie Sugimoto and Danielle Kurin; Natalia Lewandowska and Teddi J. Setzer; Jill Rhodes, Barbara A. Omay and Joesph B. Mountjoy; Evan Hardy, Grace Hua Zhang, Cindy Xin Zhao, Deborah Merrett and Dongya Yang; Jordan Karsten and Gwyn Madden; Elizabeth DiGangi; Barbara Omay, Jill Rhodes and Joseph Mountjoy; Destiny Micklin; Laurie Reitsema and Victor D. Thompson; Eric Lenci, Cara Monroe, Alan Leventhal and Brian M. Kemp; Geraldine E. Fahy, Michael

P. Richards, Jean-Jacques Hublin and Christophe Boesch; Mark Hubbe and Christina Torres-Rouff

Chair: Rebecca Gibson Participants: Rebecca Gibson; Elizabeth Spott; Alison Bell; Christopher Harper

Poster Session Mortuary Analysis Participants: John Schultz; Ludovic Bellot-Gurlet, Laurence Manolakakis, Martine Regert and Céline Paris; Elissa Bullion; John Whittaker, Kathryn Kamp and Byl Bryce; Cheryl Anderson; Jack Biggs; Mark Hill; Lara McFadden

General Session Zooarchaeology of Marine and Wetland Contexts Chair: Thomas Wake Participants: Aletheia Bouknight; Thomas Wake; Kelli Barnes, Nicole Misarti, Bruce Finney and Herbert Maschner

Poster Session Current Directions in Bioarchaeology Chairs: Madeleine Mant; Laura Lockau; Lelia Watamaniuk Participants: Tara Jenkins; Johanna Kelly, Crystal Forrest and Alexis Dunlop; Laura Lockau, Ana-Maria Dragomir, Rebecca Gilmour, Madeleine Mant and Megan Brickley; Madeleine Mant, Megan Brickley, Juanita DeBarros and D. Ann Herring; Lelia Watamaniuk and Megan Brickley

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Symposium Birds and People of the Pacific: An Archaeornithological Perspective on Circum-Pacific Archaeology Chairs: Emily Whistler; Rene Vellanoweth Participants: Christopher Stimpson; Emily Whistler, Ryan P. Moritz, Jennie A. Allen and René L. Vellanoweth; Helen James; Alice Storey; Alison Boyer Discussant: Madonna Moss Symposium From Pinyon Canyon to Ogallala: A Quarter Century of Remote Sensing in the U.S. Chair: Kris Lockyear Participants: Rinita Dalan, Steven De Vore and Bruce Bevan; Jami Lockhart, Scott Hammerstedt, Amanda Regnier, Patrick Livingood and John Samuelsen; Jarrod Burks; Kris Lockyear; Suzanne Stone and Jarrod Burks; Michael Hargrave, R. Berle Clay, Rinita Dalan, Diana Greenlee and Lewis Somers General Session Symbols and Ritualization in the Southwest Chair: Samantha Fladd Participants: Samantha Fladd, Saul Hedquist and Leslie Aragon; Emily Ditto and Erin Nelson; Caitlin Sommer; Sharon Wester Davis; Katherine Dungan General Session Organization of Production in the Americas Chair: Angela Keller Participants: Angel Gongora, Cristian Hernandez and Ruben Chuc; Matt Yacubic and Nate Meisnner; Drew Ward and Terry Powis; Mark Robinson, Holley Moyes and Keith Prufer; Angela Keller; Brent Auble General Session Chopping and Cinching: Cases Studies in Historic Archaeology

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The Ethics Bowl Forum Conversations: Time, Memory and Experience Moderator: Uzma Rizvi and Stephen Silliman Discussants: Sonya Atalay; Peter Biehl; Jonathan Walz; Ann Stahl; Severin Fowles; Stephen Silliman; Uzma Rizvi Forum Beyond the Data: Significance under the National Register of Historic Places Moderator: Trevor Pratt Discussants: Jan Biella; Catherine Dickson; Theresa Donham; Benjamin Keola Lindsey Symposium Social Inequality in the Pre-Hispanic Americas Chair: Ernesto Gonzalez-Licon Participants: Rebecca Storey and Lourdes Marquez Morfin; Patricia Hernandez Espinoza; Lourdes Marquez-Morfin; Vera Tiesler and Andrea Cucina; Allan Ortega Symposium Theoretical and methodological issues for Oceanic colonization, Part 2 Chair: Alex Morrison Participants: Lisa Matisoo-Smith, Jose Miguel Ramirez, Michael Knapp, Olga Kardailsky and Andrea Seelenfreund; John Athens, Timothy Rieth and Tom Dye; John Dudgeon, Monica Tromp, Amy Commendador and Rebecca Hazard; Stefan Prost, Andrew Clarke, Olga Kardailsky, David Addison and Lisa Matisoo-Smith; Alvaro Montenegro, Richard Callaghan and Scott Fitzpatrick Symposium Difference Theory Chair: Roland Fletcher Participants: Christophe Pottier; Robert Maxwell; Lisa Lucero; Rachael Lane; Peta Longhurst; Mark Pluciennik Discussant: Geoff Bailey Symposium Global Perspectives on the Evolution of Complex Societies: Papers in Honor of Henry T. Wright from his Students, Part 2 Chair: Eric Rupley Participants: Richard Redding; Jennifer Gates-Foster; Geoff Emberling; William Griffin; Zoë Crossland; Alice Yao; Min Li; Charles Spencer and Elsa Redmond; Joshua Wright


Symposium Making Value, Making Meaning: Techné in Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica and Andean South America Chair: Cathy Costin Participants: Jerry Moore and Carolina Vilchez; Blanca Maldonado; John Janusek and Patrick Ryan Williams; Lisa DeLeonardis; Carlos Rengifo; Christina Halperin; Cathy Costin Discussants: Cathy Costin; Michael Callaghan; Joanne Pillsbury Symposium Towards a new synthesis of Amazonian Archaeology Chairs: Anna Browne Ribeiro; Eduardo Machicado Participants: Eduardo Machicado and Anna Browne Ribeiro; Dr. Cristiana Barreto; Tiago Hermenegildo, Prümers Heiko and O’Connell Tamsin; Maria Bruno; Joshua Toney and Michael Heckenberger; Juliana Machado; Morgan Schmidt and Joshua Toney; Stéphen Rostain; Marcia Bezerra Discussants: Colin McEwan; Eduardo Neves Symposium Ritual and Archaic States Chair: Joanne Murphy Participants: Joanne Murphy; Ann-Louise Schallin; Wendy Ashmore; Molly Fierer-Donaldson; William Isbell; Patrick Williams and Donna Nash; Giancarlo Marcone; Jessica Christie; Thomas Huffman; Adria LaViolette; David Small Discussant: Alexei Vranich Sponsored Symposium Improving XRF Methods for the Geochemical Characterization of Archaeological Materials: Precision, Accuracy, Limits of Detection (Sponsored by Society for Archaeological Sciences) Chair: Adrian Burke Participants: Gilles Gauthier and Adrian L. Burke; Melissa Goodman-Elgar, Nichole Bettencourt and Richard Conrey; Gregory Lattanzi and Matthew Boulanger; Robert Tykot; Marie Orange, Tristan Carter and François-Xavier Le Bourdonnec; Maria Codlin and Mark D. McCoy; Steven Lundblad, Peter Mills and Jennifer Kahn; Yoshimitsu Suda; Peter Sheppard and Andrew McAlister; Steven Brandt, Lucas Martindale Johnson and Arlen Chase; Ellery Frahm Discussant: M. Shackley

Symposium Teotihuacan and Early Classic Mesoamerica: Multi-Scalar Perspectives on Power, Identity, and Interregional Relations Chairs: Claudia Garcia-Des Lauriers; Tatsuya Murakami Participants: Shigeru Kabata, Tatsuya Murakami, Julieta Lopez and Juan Chavez; Tatsuya Murakami; Sarah Clayton; Patricia Plunket and Gabriela Uruñuela; Juan Carlos Saint-Charles Zetina, Fiorella Fenoglio and Carlos Viramontes; Agapi Filini; Michelle Butler, Arthur Joyce, Jeffrey Brzezinski and Kathleen Paul; David Freidel, Olivia Navarro Farr and Michelle Rich; Karl Taube; Claudia Garcia-Des Lauriers; Yoko Sugiura, César Villalobos, M.Carmen Pérez and Elizabeth Zepeda Discussants: Barbara Stark; Kenneth Hirth Symposium Fifty Years Ago: The Legacy of the Grasshopper Research Project in Current Archaeological Practice Chairs: Charles Riggs; Kelly Jenks Participants: Charles Riggs; Geoffrey Clark; P Bion Griffin; David Doyel; Richard Ciolek-Torello; Alan Sullivan; Michael Graves; Stephanie Whittlesey; William Fash; William Saturno; Barbara Montgomery, Daniela Triadan and Nieves Zedeno; Izumi Shimada; Mark Altaha, John R. Welch and Nicholas Laluk Discussants: William Longacre; J Reid Symposium Living Abandonment: the Social Process of Detachment from Place Chair: Maxime Lamoureux St-Hilaire Participants: Patricia McAnany and Maxime Lamoureux St-Hilaire; Will Russell and Margaret Nelson; Donna Glowacki and Fumiyasu Arakawa; Kenneth Sassaman and Asa R. Randall; Jennifer Birch and Ronald F. Williamson; Maxime Lamoureux St-Hilaire, Gyles Iannone and Andrew Snetsinger; Olivia Navarro-Farr, Griselda Perez, Damaris Menendez, Francisco Castaneda and Juan Carlos Perez; Evan Parker, Stephanie Simms and George Bey III; Maggie Morgan-Smith; Joel Palka; Jason Nesbitt; Lisa Kealhofer, Peter Grave and Ben Marsh; Anne Underhill Discussants: Catherine Cameron; Ian Hodder Symposium New Developments in Chinese Archaeology Chair: Tianlong Jiao Participants: Robert Bettinger, Christopher Morgan, Loukas Barton and Mingjie Yi; Li Liu, Xingcan Chen and Guoxiang Liu; Xiangming Dai; Adam Lauer, Tianlong Jiao and Guoping Sun; Fen Wang and Shiling Yuan; Yanbo Song, Fen Wang and Guiyun Jin; Qiang Wang and Kamijyou Okamoto; Sheahan Bestel and Tianlong Jiao; Guiyun Jin, Fu-Qiang Wang, Yu-Hai Lin and Wen-Bo Zhang; Jade D’Alpoim Guedes;

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Feng Li; Zhipeng Li, Roderick Campbell, Yuling He and Guoliang Cheng; Tristram Kidder and Yijie Zhuang; Tianlong Jiao, Xuechun Fan, Xiaohong Wu and Kuangti Li; Martin Jones Discussant: Ofer Bar-Yosef General Session Archaeology in Education: Students “Dig” Archaeology Chair: Kalena Giessler Participants: Kalena Giessler, Parin Patel, Sarah Butler, Paul Salay and Lynn Swartz Dodd; Maija Glasier-Lawson; Heidi Lennstrom; Victor Fisher; Robert Hard, M. Kathryn Brown, Sonia Alconini and Laura J. Levi; Linda Neff General Session Consumption in South America: Diet, Agriculture, and Plant Use Chair: Winifred Creamer Participants: Winifred Creamer and Jonathan Haas; Emma Brown, Ben Stern, Arthur Aufderheide and Andrew Wilson; Michael Schaefer and Fernanda Neubauer; Cassandra Koontz; Caroline Caromano and Rui Sergio Sereni Murrieta; Sarah Williams; Brian McCray and John Janusek General Session Understanding Rock Art: Methods, Contexts, and Histories Chair: Ramon Valcarce Participants: Ramon Valcarce and Carlos Rodriguez-Rellan; Winston Hurst, Steven J. Manning, Jay Willian and Benjamin A. Bellorado; Brandi Lee MacDonald, Martin Cooper, Fiona McNeill and Joanne

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Symposium Performing Death: Archaeologies of Funerary Drama in Early Medieval Europe Chairs: Neil Price; Andrew Reynolds Participants: Andrew Reynolds; Neil Price; Duncan Sayer; Frands Herschend; Leszek Gardela; John Ljungkvist; Celia Orsini; Miriam Mayburd; Clifford Sofield


O’Meara; Jamie Hampson; Meg Travers; Lauren Lippiello; Jessica Einhorn General Session Environmental Archaeology Chair: John Hicks Participants: Philip Hitchings and EB Banning; Megan Parker and Terry Powis; William Carleton and Mark Collard; Ryan Byerly; John Hicks; Kirk French, Timothy Murtha, David Webster and Christopher Duffy; Nicolas Gauthier; Jennifer Rozo; Lewis Messenger; Christopher Jazwa General Session Eastern U.S. Archaeology Chair: Stefan Brannan Participants: Stefan Brannan; Christina Friberg; Lydia Carmody; Juliet Morrow, Patti Wright, Robert Taylor and Robert Scott; Steven Howard; Edmond Boudreaux and Kandace Hollenbach; Peter Geraci; Neill Wallis and Meggan Blessing; Michael Deal General Session Precolumbian Mortuary and Ritual Practices Chair: Andrew Wyatt Participants: Stacy Drake; Emily Sharp and Rebecca Bria; Andrew Wyatt and Joan C. Crenshaw; Elisa Mandell; Katie Zejdlik; Juan Manuel Palomo; Ellen Bell; Kenichiro Tsukamoto and Jessica I. Cerezo-Román; Heather Backo and John Verano; Leslie Cecil Symposium Hopi Archaeology, History, and Heritage: Papers in Honor of Leigh J. Kuwanwisiwma Chair: T.J. Ferguson

Participants: Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh and Stewart Koyiyumptewa; Michael Yeatts; Maren Hopkins, Saul L. Hedquist, Stewart B. Koyiyumptewa, Lee Wayne Lomayestewa and T. J. Ferguson; Wesley Bernardini; E. Adams; Patrick Lyons; Kelley Hays-Gilpin and Dennis Gilpin; Laurie Webster; Shirley Powell and Mark Varien; George Gumerman and Joelle Clark; Thomas Sheridan; Gregson Schachner; Peter Whiteley Discussant: Leigh Kuwanwisiwma Poster Session Archaeobotany Participants: Dana Bardolph, Brian Billman and Jesús Briceño; Carmela Alarcon and Matthew Piscitelli; Cynthia Zutter and Amy Reedman; Minkoo Kim and Jungjae Park; Patrick Rennaker and Patrick McCutcheon; Lauren Willis, Leslie Reeder-Myers, Jon Erlandson, Torben Rick and Jack Watts Poster Session Advances in Zooarchaeological Methods: Global Case Studies Participants: Anthony Hofkamp and Virginia Butler; Matthew Harris and Patrick Faulkner; Jamie Clark; Kurt Gron, Søren Andersen and Harry Robson; Emily Zavodny, Brendan J. Culleton, Sarah B. McClure and Douglas J. Kennett; Marjolein Bosch, Laura Niven, John de Vos and Jean-Jacques Hublin; Xin Zhao, Antonia T Rodrigues, Dawei Cai, Jing Yuan and Dongya Yang; Ximena Lemoine and Katelyn Bishop; Sharyn Jones; Karen Greig; Kathryn Wojcik and Virginia Butler; Andrew Boehm; Morgan Walker, Angela Goreczny, Sarah Kriebel and Susan Prezzano; Claudine Gravel-Miguel Poster Session Multiple Methods for Interpreting Foodways Participants: François Lanoë, Stéphane Péan and Alexandr Yanevich; Tiina Manne; Amanda Tang and Jocelyn Knauf; Petra Cunningham-Smith, Arlen F. Chase and Diane Z. Chase; Lisa Duffy, Diane Z. Chase and Arlen F. Chase; Jean Berkebile; Catherine Cooper, Colin Smith, Karen Lupo, R.G. Matson and Michael Richards; Anthony Graesch and Tianna DiMare Poster Session Ancient DNA and Zooarchaeology Chair: Christyann Darwent Participants: Mitya Vasyukov and Sarah Brown; Shannon Green, Sarah Brown, Christyann Darwent, Jelmer Eerkens and Ben Sacks; Christyann Darwent, Sarah Brown, Jeremy Foin, Adam Freeburg and John Darwent; Ursula Arndt, Olaf Nehlich, Alan McMillan, Michael Richards and Dongya Yang; Melissa Roth, Dana Lepofsky, Aubrey Cannon, Camilla Speller and Dongya Yang; Antonia Rodrigues, Iain McKechnie and Dongya Yang; R Beck, Jack M. Broughton, Joan B. Coltrain, Dennis H.

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O’Rourke and Alan R. Rogers; Kathleen Judd, Connor Corday, Erin Reams, Rebecca Higgens and Brian Kemp Symposium Historical Archaeology in the Pacific: In and of a Sea of Islands Chairs: Carolyn White; Benjamin Barna Participants: Benjamin Barna; Ashlee Younie and Kelly Edmiston; Kelly Gleason and Jason Raupp; Angela Middleton; Ian Smith; Lon Bulgrin; Carolyn White; Jennifer McKinnon; Conrad Goodwin Discussant: Peter Mills Symposium Children and Childhood in the Past: Exploring Biological and Social Transformations of Children in Antiquity Through Emerging Bioarchaeological Method and Theory Chairs: Patrick Beauchesne; Sabrina Agarwal Participants: Bonnie Glencross; James Gosman, David Raichlen and Timothy Ryan; Sandra Wheeler, Tosha Dupras and Lana Williams; Melanie Miller and Christine Hastorf; Patrick Beauchesne and Sabrina Agarwal; John Crandall, Jennifer Thompson and Debra Martin; Jennifer Marla Toyne Discussants: Jane Baxter; Sian Halcrow Symposium Current Research and Future Directions in Numic Archaeology, Ethnohistory, and Ethnography in the Rocky Mountains, Great Basin, and Southwest Chair: Robert Brunswig Participants: Robert Brunswig; David Hill and Deni Seymour; Andy Creekmore; Matthew Stirn; John Ives; Bryon Schroeder; Christine Montgomery, David Diggs and Robert Brunswig; Sally McBeth; Gregory Campbell Symposium Archaeology, cultural heritage and the third age: exploring new challenges and opportunities Chairs: Cornelius Holtorf; Elizabeth Chilton; Peter Aronsson Participants: Cornelius Holtorf; Anders Högberg; Lolita Nikolova; Christen Erlingsson; Francis McManamon; Laia Colomer; Anna Hansen and Henrik Zipsane; Christine Szuter; Peter Aronsson Discussant: Peter Aronsson Symposium Beyond Blombos: Adaptive Diversity in Later Pleistocene Southern Africa Chairs: Genevieve Dewar; Brian Stewart Participants: Benjamin Schoville, Erik Otarola-Castillo and Jayne Wilkins; Jessica Thompson, Menno Welling, David Wright, Flora Schilt and Susan Mentzer; Brian Stewart, Genevieve Dewar, Mike Morley and Adrian Parker; Mike Morley; Ben Collins; Genevieve Dewar and Brian Stewart; Jayne Wilkins; Sheila Nightingale, Alex Mackay, Jessica Thompson, Victor de Moor and Elizabeth Gomani-Chindebvu


General Session Sociality and Materiality in Preclassic Mesoamerica Chair: Sarah Barber Participants: Sarah Barber, Arthur Joyce and Jeffrey Brzezinski; William Ringle, Gabriel Tun Ayora, Mauricio Germon Roche and Matt Morris; Timothy Pugh, Carlos Sánchez, Evelyn Chan, Miriam Salas and Pablo Lizano; Mary Jane Acuna; Jessica MacLellan; Garth Norman; Laura Levi, Antonia Figueroa and Sarah Wigley Symposium Explanations of behavior using archaeometric techniques: starting assumptions and theoretical aspects of hunter-gatherer research Chair: Ian Fraser-Shapiro Participants: Patrick Dolan and Kristin Safi; David Yesner; Ben Shepard; Nour Moussa, Karen Mooder and Fiona Bamforth; Lindsey Friedman, Hirofumi Kato, Andrzej Weber and Tamsin O’Connell; James Daniels and Jerry Schaefer; Ian Fraser-Shapiro General Session Greek Archaeology: Above and Below the Surface Chair: Zarko Tankosic Participants: Joe Boyce, Peter Dao, Despina Koutsoumba, Eduard Reinhardt and Richard Rothaus; Petra Vaiglova, Amy Bogaard, Armelle Gardeisen and Rebecca Fraser; Anna Stroulia and Laure Dubreuil; Zarko Tankosic and Renate Storli General Session Hunter and Gatherer Studies from Around the World Chair: Lisa Maher Participants: Matthew Walsh; Mercedes Okumura and Astolfo Araujo; Jose Capriles and Steven Goldstein; Dusan Boric, Emanuela Cristiani, Zvezdana Vusovic-Lucic and Dusan Mihailovic; Lisa Maher and Margaret Conkey General Session Ethnohistory and Archaeology in the US Southeast Chair: Nancy Garner Participants: Nancy Garner; Jessica Herlich; Thomas Foster; David Cranford; Ryan Hunter

Symposium 35 Years of History and Archaeology on the Iditarod National Historic Trail Chair: Jenny Blanchard Participants: Jenny Blanchard; Robert King; Fran Seager-Boss, David Yesner and Daniel Stone; Heather Ralston and Debbie Corbett

ThUrsday evening, april 4 Poster Session Recent Research in the American Southwest: Landscape, Agriculture, and Family Participants: Sarah Griffith; Sally Cole; Jeremy Kulisheck, Anastasia Steffen and Connie Constan; Evangelia Tsesmeli; Richard Greene and Steve Baumann; Emilio Santiago and Severin Fowles; David Unruh and Meaghan Trowbridge; Jakob Sedig; Robin Cordero and Sean Dolan; Leslie Aragon; Edmund Gaines; Mark Chenault; Warren Lail and John McCray Poster Session Recent Research in the American Southwest: New Views on Material Culture Participants: Jessica Blanco; Fumiyasu Arakawa, David Gonzales and Alan Koenig; Kari Schleher, Kevin Brown and Jamie Gray; Danielle Romero; Sean Dolan and Kathryn Putsavage; Carole Graham; Alison Livesay Poster Session Archaeology in the Great Basin Participants: Bonnie Pitblado, Molly Boeka Cannon, J.M. Adovasio, Megan Bloxham and Joel C. Janetski; Daron Duke and Jaynie Hirschi; Nicole Herzog and Ashley Grimes; John Kennedy and Paul Burnett; Victor Villagran, Tiffany Newman, Scotty Strachan and Franco Biondi; Amy Spurling, Mary Ann Vicari, Victor Villagran and Lisbeth Louderback; Mary Ann Vicari Poster Session Archaeology in the American Northwest Coast Participants: Justin Hopt and Colin Grier; Annalisa Heppner and David Yesner; Kate Shantry; Diana Ewing; Jenny Cohen; Michael Etnier, Paul W. Collins, Seth D. Newsome, Sarah K. Brown and Melinda G. Conners; Kate Yeske and Julie Esdale Poster Session Long-Term Vulnerability and Transformation in the Southwestern United States and Northern Mexico Chair: Colleen Strawhacker Participants: Rebecca Harkness and Will G. Russell; Sarah Klassen; Colleen Strawhacker, Ann Kinzig, Keith W. Kintigh, Katherine A. Spielmann and Margaret C. Nelson; Andrea Torvinen, Michelle Hegmon, Matthew Peeples, Keith W. Kintigh and Ben A. Nelson; Paige Owen; Karen Schollmeyer; Wesley Miles

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General Session Osteological and Genetic Studies in Archaeology Chair: Bridget Alex Participants: Bridget Alex, Elisabetta Boaretto and Daniel Master; Cody Roush, Kyle Waller, Meradeth Snow, Michael Glascock and James Guthrie; Thomas Evans; Cecil Lewis and Raul Tito; Hayley Mickleburgh; Brian Leslie, Sandra Garvie-Lok and Robert Creaser; Cara Monroe, Eric Lenci, Alan Leventhal, Rosemary Cambra and Brian Kemp; Karyn Olsen, Christine White, Fred Longstaffe, Kristin von Heyking and George McGlynn

Symposium Approaching Jeffers: New Techniques and New Perspectives for a Sacred Site in Southwestern Minnesota Chair: John Soderberg Participants: Heidi Zirkle; Sean Greer, Kieran McNulty and Laura Vietti; Ryan Knigge, Kieran McNulty and John Soderberg; Jason Massey, John Soderberg and Kieran McNulty; Kristina Golubiewski-Davis; Patricia Emerson; Brian Hoffman, Nancy Hoffman, Kevin Reider and Chelsea Starke; Thomas Sanders Symposium Invention as a process: pyrotechnologies in pre-literate societies Chairs: Miljana Radivojevic; Benjamin Roberts Participants: Benjamin Roberts; Miljana Radivojevic; Thilo Rehren; Roger Doonan and Peter Hommel; Thomas Fenn; David Killick; Wei Qian; Carol Schultze Symposium Accessible Archaeology Chairs: Annelise Morris; Kelly Fong Participants: Jodi Skipper; Edward Gonzalez-Tennant; Annelise Morris; Katrina Eichner; Kelly Fong; Margarita De Guzman; Mitch Allen; Alexandra Jones Discussant: Adrian Praetzellis Symposium Novel Applications of Microscopy and Microanalysis Chairs: Adrian Evans; Danielle Macdonald; Harry Lerner Participants: Adrian Evans, Danielle Macdonald, Silvia Bello and Andreu Ollé; William Stemp, Tonya Coffey, Adrian Evans, Harry Lerner and Danielle MacDonald;


Elizabeth Sonnenburg; Danielle Macdonald, Adrian Evans, Claudiu Giusca and Richard Leach; Karl Hutchings; Justin Pargeter, Karl Hutchings and Marlize Lombard; Rachel Crellin and Andrea Dolfini; Harry Lerner Discussant: Annelou Van Gijn Symposium Whither Archaeologies of Poverty? Chair: Cameron Wesson Participants: Rahul Oka and Dianna Bartone; Sarah Chicone; Suzanne Spencer-Wood; Cameron Wesson; Orri Vesteinsson; Matthew Sayre; Donna Nash; Chelsea Blackmore Discussants: K. Pyburn; Christopher Matthews Symposium Negotiating Identities: Defining and Compartmentalizing the Self and Group in Multi-Cultural Settings Chairs: Kathryn Baustian; Aaron Woods; Anna Osterholtz Participants: Hemanth Kadambi; Lauren Ristvet; Matthew Gallon; Anna Osterholtz and Ryan Harrod; Douglas Charles; Kathryn Baustian and Lauren W. Falvey; Andrew Duff; Richard Sutter and Oscar Gabriel Prieto Discussants: Kenneth Sassaman; Norman Yoffee

Symposium Old Borders and New Frontiers: Doing Historical Archaeology in Southeast Asia Chair: Mitch Hendrickson Participants: Roland Fletcher; Piphal Heng; Tom Chandler; Miriam Stark, Rachna Chhay, Piphal Heng and Alison Carter; David Brotherson; Mitch Hendrickson; Wannasarn Noonsuk; John Miksic; Gabrielle Ewington; Pierre-Yves Manguin Discussant: Christophe Pottier Sponsored Symposium Digital Transitions: Technologies for Archaeological Fieldwork, Publishing and Community Engagement (Sponsored by Center for Digital Archaeology, UC Berkeley) Chair: Michael Ashley Participants: Michael Jennings; Kathryn

Symposium California Mission Archaeology in the Los Angeles Area Chair: John Dietler Participants: John Dietler; Laura Hoffman and John Dietler; Michael Tuma and Ryan Glenn; M. Colleen Hamilton and Kholood Abdo Hintzman; Kim Owens; Suzanne Griset; Sara Dietler; Heather Gibson; Samantha Murray; Benjamin Vargas Symposium Differentiated Practices in High Places across the US-Mexico Borderlands Chair: Todd Pitezel Participants: Loni Kantor; Todd Pitezel and Steve Swanson; Suzanne Fish; Randall McGuire and Elisa Villalpando; Bridget Zavala; Christian Downum; Paul Fish, Suzanne Fish and Todd Pitezel; Jose Luis Punzo; Todd Bostwick Discussant: Ben Nelson Symposium “Entangling” archaeology and history. Early Modern colonialism in the Asia-Pacific region Chairs: Maria Cruz Berrocal; Sandra Monton-Subías Participants: Mark Staniforth; Miao Liu and Chunming Wu; Frank Quimby; Andrea Jalandoni and John Peterson; Maria Cruz Berrocal Discussants: Rosalind Hunter-Anderson; Antonio Gilman; Alexandre Coello

Borck and Jeffery Clark; Tom Brughmans, Simon Keay and Graeme Earl; Tim Kohler, Stefani Crabtree and Michael Berry; Angus Mol, Corinne Hofman and Menno Hoogland; Fiona Coward; Koji Mizoguchi Discussant: Ian Hodder Symposium Tendencias recientes en la arqueología del occidente de México Chairs: Luis Gomez-Gastelum; Marco Antonio Acosta-Ruiz Participants: Ericka Blanco; Sean Smith; Carlos Lopez Cruz; José Carlos Beltrán Medina; Marco Antonio Acosta-Ruiz and Francisco Manuel Rodríguez Mota; Luis Gomez-Gastelum; Juan Jose G. Bracamontes Gutierrez; Alberto Aguirre; Magdalena Garcia Sanchez; Isaias Hernandez-Estrada Discussants: Luis Gomez-Gastelum; Marco Antonio Acosta-Ruiz Symposium New Developments And Debates Around Pachacamac And The Lurin Valley During The Late Pre-Columbian Periods Chairs: Luis Lopez-Hurtado; Camila Capriata Estrada Participants: Luis Lopez-Hurtado; Anna Munns; Zachary Critchley; Camila Capriata Estrada; Michelle Chang; Dana Case; Alysia Leon; Sudarsana Mohanty and Jillian Serio; Jillian Serio and Sudarsana Mohanty; Andrew Hardy; Augusto Vasquez Discussant: Giancarlo Marcone Symposium The Archaeology of Religion in the Mesoamerican Cave Context Chairs: James Brady; Melanie Saldana Participants: Dominique Rissolo, James C. Chatters, Douglas Kennett, Yemane Asmerom and Pilar Luna Erreguerena; Donald Slater; Fabio Amador and Guillermo de Anda; Shawn Morton; C. L. Kieffer; Joseph Orozco; Toni Gonzalez and Dr. Helen Haines; Jon Spenard; Humberto Nation and Holley Moyes; Mario Giron-Ábrego; Ann Scott; James Brady, Tamara Ballensky and Elliot Stahl

DeTore and Rebecca E. Bria; Timothy Gill; Margaret Conkey; Michael Ashley and Ruth Tringham; Kimberly Christen; Elena Toffalori, Michael Ashley, Chacha Sikes and Dario Ciccone; Rachel Opitz, Nicola Terrenato, Anna Gallone and Marcello Mogetta; Ruth Tringham and Pietro Ferraris Discussant: Thomas Levy Symposium The connected past: critical and innovative approaches to networks in archaeology Chairs: Tom Brughmans; Barbara Mills Participants: Mark Golitko and Gary Feinman; Herbert Maschner, Jennifer Dunne and Spencer Wood; Ethan Cochrane; Shawn Graham; Barbara Mills, Matthew Peeples, Wm. R. Haas, Lewis

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Symposium Preservation Archaeology and the Bellwether Nonprofits of the Southwest Chair: William Doelle Participants: William Doelle; Deborah Huntley and Jeffery Clark; Mark Varien; John Ware and John Kantner; John Welch, Karl Hoerig, Mark Altaha and Ramon Riley; Robert Breunig and Jim Enote; Mark Michel; Andy Laurenzi; Deborah Gangloff; Lynne Sebastian; Douglas Gann Discussants: William Lipe; James Snead; Don Fowler General Session Political Economy of East and Southeast Asia Chair: Laura Junker Participants: Joss Whittaker; Amy Jordan;


General Session Managing, Mitigating, and Protecting the Past Chair: Konnie Wescott Participants: Enah Montserrat Fonseca Ibarra and Fiorella Fenoglio Limón; Fiorella Fenoglio, Enah Fonseca and Israel Lara; Israel Lara Barajas and Fiorella Fenoglio Limón; Konnie Wescott and Stephen Fosberg; Ben Thomas and Meredith Langlitz; Amy Oechsner; Cynthia Wirth and Kelley Scudder-Temple; Barbara Bane

Poster Session Historical Archaeology Participants: Karlene Leeper; John Anderton, Marla Buckmaster, James Paquette and Robert Legg; Nicole Mathwich and Lee M. Panich; Sarah Peelo, Linda Hylkema and Clinton Blount; Nichole Gillis and Kristen Heitert; Laura Bailey and Catherine Johns; Zachary Overfield; David Cook, Jeffrey Glover and Ian Johnson; Eva Falls, Kimberly Pyszka and Maureen Hays; Rochelle Lurie; Natalia Cirigliano and Miriam Vommaro

General Session Camps, Forts, and Military Bases Chair: James Meierhoff Participants: Judith Thomas and Kaitlin Volanski; Nathan DiVito; Susan Moorhead Mooney and P Gregory Hare; Beth Horton; James Meierhoff; Derrick Marcucci and Susan Gade; Patricia Mitchell; Timothy De Smet, Mark Everett, Tanya Komas and Robert Warden

General Session Global Approaches in Archaeobotany Chair: Shanti Morell-Hart Participants: Kristin Hoppa; Julio Mercader; Sarah Oas; Jon Hageman, Kelsey Nordine and David Goldstein; Melissa Logan and Linda Scott Cummings; Caroline Bachelet; Leandro Cascon and Rui Sérgio Sereni Murrieta; Marsha Sims; Katherine Chiou, Christine Hastorf and Tom Dillehay; Shanti Morell-Hart

friday morning, april 5 Forum “But I Just Like to Dig”: Practical Ethics for the Professional Archaeologist Moderator: K. Pyburn Discussants: Larry Zimmerman; Alexis Bunten; Margaret Conkey; Beverly Chiarulli; George Nicholas; Marcia Bezerra

Poster Session The Archaeology of Nuclear Testing and Its Antecedents on the Nevada National Security Site Chairs: Harold Drollinger; Colleen Beck Participants: Colleen Beck; Jeffrey Wedding, David Smee and Alex Heindl; Susan Edwards; Harold Drollinger; Robert Jones; Justin DeMaio; Lauren Falvey; Barbara Holz; Maureen King Symposium Not the End after All: New Archaeological Perspectives for the Ancient City of Chichén Itzá Chair: Hector Hernandez Participants: Rafael Cobos; Socorro Jimenez and Rafael Cobos; Lilia Fernandez Souza, Mario Zimmermann and Joaquín Venegas de la Torrre; Guillermo De Anda Alaniz; Hector Hernandez Discussant: Rafael Cobos

General Session Stone Tool Production: Old and New World Chair: Julie Esdale Participants: Rachel Campbell; Brandon Gabler and Gregory Lockard; Jason Ciccone; Petranka Nedelcheva and Ivan Gatsov; Kane Ditchfield and Simon Holdaway; Lilian Dogiama; Julie Esdale; Michael Waters General Session European Archaeology Through the Ages Chair: Chris Scarre Participants: Eugene Morin and Ready Elspeth; Bonnie A.B. Blackwell, Ada L. Huang, Maurice Hardy, Francine David and Clare Tolmie; Christopher Kerns; Chris Scarre; Laurence Manolakakis and Olivier Weller; Emily Holt; Shaheen Christie; Alissa Whitmore; Erin Crowley

Ostericher; Mario Castillo; Robyn Dennis; Samantha Grabowska; Cameron Gokee; Parth Singh and Jason De Leon; Magda Mankel; Justine Drummond and Jason De León; Ashley Schubert, Jason De León and Madeline Naumann; Olivia Waterhouse and Jason De León; Jason De Leon and Robin Reineke; Sophia Yackshaw and Jason De Leon; Maya Fernandez and Jason De Leon; Anna Forringer-Beal

Poster Session People of the Middle Fraser Canyon during British Columbia’s Fur Trade Era: Household Social, Economic, and Political Organization at Bridge River Chair: Anna Prentiss Participants: Anna Prentiss; Kelly French; Sara Hocking; C Riley Auge, Mary Bobbit, T.A. Foor and Kelly Dixon; Mary Bobbitt, C. Riley Auge, T. A. Foor and Kelly J. Dixon; Phillip Hamilton, Kristen Barnett, Alexandra Williams and Anna Prentiss; Alexandra Williams; Katherine Hill, Nathan Goodale, Alissa Nauman and David B. Bailey; Eric Carlson; Lisa Smith; Ayme Swartz and Kristen Barnett Poster Session Violence, Place-Making, and the Materiality of Border Crossing: Recent Research from the Undocumented Migration Project Chairs: Jason De Leon; Cameron Gokee; Ashley Schubert Participants: Haeden Stewart and Ian

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Symposium Manipulating Prey: Development of Mass Kill Events Around the Globe Chairs: Leland Bement; K.C. (Kristen) Carlson Participants: David Maxwell and Jonathan Driver; Adam Graves; Maria Zedeño and Jesse Ballenger; K.C. (Kristen) Carlson and Leland Bement; Marie-Anne Julien and Oleksandra Krotova; Jason LaBelle and Spencer Pelton Discussant: Bruce Smith Symposium Archaeology of Africa and Diaspora Community Formation Chair: William Schaffer Participants: Christopher Fennell; J. Cameron Monroe; E. Kofi Agorsah; William Schaffer; Cheryl White; Grace Turner; Shannon Mahoney Symposium Contextos arqueológicos funerarios en los Valles Centrales de Oaxaca, estudios recientes Chair: Pedro Ramon Celis Participants: Jorge Rios; Pedro Ramon Celis; Ivan Olguin; Jaime Vera, Nelly M. Robles and Eduardo García; Agustin Andrade; Michael Campana, Nelly Robles Garcia, Frank Ruehli and Noreen Tuross Discussant: Patricia Plunket Sponsored Symposium Breaking Ground: One Year of Cultural Resources Management for the Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project, New Mexico

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Chieh-fu Jeff Cheng and Pochan Chen; Li Zhang; Laura Junker, Alexandra De Leon and Aaqib Adnan


(Sponsored by PaleoWest Archaeology) Chairs: Shawn Fehrenbach; Kevin Thompson Participants: Kevin Thompson and Thomas Motsinger; Cory Breternitz; Shawn Fehrenbach and Theodore Roberts; Jason Chuipka; Dennis Gilpin; Ronald Maldonado; Kirk Anderson Discussants: James Potter; Elizabeth Perry Symposium Beyond the Peace Pipe: New Research of American Indian Tobacco Smoking Pipes and Plants Chair: Elizabeth Bollwerk Participants: Dennis Blanton; John Hedden; John Creese; Sarah Wisseman, Thomas Emerson, Randall Hughes and Kenneth Farnsworth; Michael Ligman; Alison Hadley; Shannon Tushingham, Jelmer Eerkens, Dominique Ardura, Mine Palazoglu and Oliver Fiehn; Stephen Carmody, Maria A. Caffrey, Sally P. Horn and Belinda M. Lady Discussant: Elizabeth Bollwerk Symposium Archaeology of the Underrepresented Chair: Kristen Barnett Participants: Pei-Lin Yu; Traci Ardren; Kathryn Kamp and April Kamp-Whittaker; Sharon Moses; Roberta Gordaoff; Sara Gonzalez; Alissa Nauman and Nathan Goodale; Kristen Barnett; Elyse Anderson; David Hyde Discussant: David Hyde Symposium The Fayum as an Agricultural Landscape: Climate Change, Neolithic Adoption, Greco-Roman Adaptation Chair: Willeke Wendrich

Participants: Annelies Koopman, Henk Kars, Sjoerd Kluiving, Simon Holdaway and Willeke Wendrich; Marcus Thomson and Glen MacDonald; Rebecca Phillipps; Simon Holdaway; Natasha Phillips; Josh Emmitt; Sonali Gupta-agarwal; Angela Susak Pitzer; Bethany Simpson, Anne Austin and Katie Simon; Hans Barnard and Willeke Wendrich; Rachel Moy Discussant: Simon Holdaway

General Session Unburying Data: Advances in Lab Methods Chair: Daniel Moore Participants: Ted Parsons and Roberta Gordaoff; Erik Otárola-Castillo, Emma James, Jessica Thompson, Jacob Harris and Agustina Massigoge; Andrea Alveshere; Dena Sedar; Andrew Zipkin, Mark Wagner and Alison S. Brooks; Jessica Slater and Brad Comeau; Daniel Moore

Symposium Volcanic Activity and Human Ecology - 34 years on Chair: Felix Riede Participants: Stanley Ambrose; Michael Petraglia; Felix Riede; Gerald Oetelaar and Alwynne Beaudoin; Alwynne Beaudoin and Gerald Oetelaar; Dustin Keeler, Greg Korosec, Ezra Zubrow, Irina Ponkratova and Vera Ponomareva; Mark Elson, Michael Ort and Kirk Anderson; Richard VanderHoek; Claus Siebe; Robin Torrence Discussants: Felix Riede; Kevan Edinborough; Payson Sheets

General Session New Directions in Mesoamerican Archaeology Chair: Laura O’Rourke Participants: Ronald Castanzo; Angela Mcardle; Santiago Garcia; Hirokazu Kotegawa; Lourdes Hernandez Jimenez and Olaf Jaime-Riveron; Laura O’Rourke; Rosemary Lieske; Alicia Hernandez and Gerardo Gutierrez; Timothy Guyah; John Carpenter and Guadalupe Sanchez Miranda

Symposium Wari and the Middle Horizon in the Andes: Papers in Honor of Bill Isbell Chairs: Katharina Schreiber; Tamara Bray; Anita Cook Participants: Katharina Schreiber; Tamara Bray and Anita Cook; Patricia Knobloch; Emily Stovel; Jo Burkholder; Tiffiny Tung; William Whitehead; Dennis Ogburn; Justin Jennings; Alexei Vranich; Sergio Chavez; Krzysztof Makowski; Gary Urton Discussant: William Isbell Symposium Households, Markets, World-Systems, and Political Economy: Alternative Pathways to Complexity Chairs: Lane Fargher; Verenice Heredia Espinoza Participants: Verenice Heredia Espinoza; Christopher Beekman; Arthur Joyce and Sarah Barber; Stephen Kowalewski; Lisa LeCount; Frances Berdan; Barbara Stark; Tina Thurston; Peter Robertshaw; Rita Wright; Deborah Winslow; Katherine Kanne and Katherine Kanne; Gary Feinman and Linda Nicholas; Lane Fargher; Timothy Earle Discussant: Richard Blanton General Session The Archaeology of Early Japan Chair: Fumiko Ikawa-Smith Participants: Takashi Sakaguchi; Wendy Frederick; Kaoru Akoshima; Fumiko Ikawa-Smith General Session Heritage and Community in Archaeology Chair: Marcy Rockman Participants: Alvaro Higueras; Marcy Rockman, Alison Meadow and Jeffrey McGovern; John Wingard, Margaret Purser, Katherine Dowdall and Otis Parrish

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General Session Advancing Archaeology in the Field Chair: Nathan Goodale Participants: Amanda Hernandez; Ellen Gerth; Kira Kaufmann, William F. Kean, Michael Baierlipp and David Hart; T. Manahan, Mandy Munro-Stasiuk, Corrine Coakley and Derek Salustro; David Brown, Mark Willis and Chester Walker; Kaitlin Brown, Jacques Connan, Renè Vellanoweth, Nicholas Poister and Amira Ainis; Debra Green and Kimball Banks; Graeme Earl, Angeliki Chrysanthi and Tom Frankland; Nathan Goodale, David Bailey, Alissa Nauman and Ted Fondak; Helen Fairley, Brian Collins, Amy Draut, Skye Corbett and David Bedford General Session Archaeology of the Great Basin and the Basin Plateau Region Chair: Donald Pattee Participants: Donald Pattee and Geoff Smith; Sara Davis; Mark Giambastiani; Ruth Jolie, Edward Jolie, Daniel Mullins, Jennifer Degraffenried and Nate Nelson; Amy Nelson, Patrick O’Grady and Mike Rondeau; Bethany Mathews; John Dorwin; A. Dudley Gardner and William Gardner; Robert Sappington and Laura Longstaff; Suzanne Villeneuve, Brian Hayden and Desmond Peters Jr.; Wendy Simmons Johnson General Session Indigenous Subsistence Ecologies: Methodological Frameworks and Case Studies Chair: Jude Isabella Participants: Jude Isabella; Jennifer Tobey; Celeste Giordano and Liam Frink; Brian Dawkins; Sean Desjardins; Larissa Smith; Robert Sinensky; Mary Prasciunas, William Deaver and Fred Huntington; Scott Shirar, Loukas Barton, Jeff Rasic and James Jordan; Diane Hanson; Risa Carlson; Kelly Eldridge; Alan Osborn; Hinanui Cauchois; Roger Colten and Brian Worthington


Symposium Not every meal is a banquet: on the multivocality of food Chairs: Claudine Vallieres; Guy Duke Participants: Guy Duke; Claudine Vallieres; Enrique Rodriguez and Wesley Stoner; Sarah Walshaw; Ryan Kennedy; Gypsy Price and John Krigbaum; Emma Yasui; Geoffrey McCafferty and Sharisse McCafferty; Go Matsumoto; Steve Kosiba; Peter Whitridge Discussant: Rosemary Joyce Symposium Forensic Archaeology: a multidisciplinary approach Chair: Kimberlee Moran Participants: Martin McAllister, David Griffel, James Moriarty and Larry Murphy; Robert Janaway; Mike Groen and Roosje de Leeuwe; Richard Gould; James Adovasio; Anna Davenport; David Griffel, James Moriarty IV and Martin McAllister; Jules Angel; Nicholas Marquez-Grant; Tate Jones and Martin E McAllister; Pier Matteo Barone, Carlotta Ferrara, Elena Pettinelli and Adam Fazzari; Larry Murphy and Linda Scott Cummings; Randi Scott General Session Arctic and Northwest Coast Archaeology Chair: Brian O’Neill Participants: Tiffany Curtis; Lucille Harris; Jake Anders; Jesse Morin; Anne Jensen; Aron Crowell and Wayne Howell; Genevieve Hill; Trevor Orchard, Daryl Fedje, Jenny Cohen and Quentin Mackie; Quentin Mackie, Jenny Cohen and Daryl Fedje; Farid Rahemtulla; Brian O’Neill; Stéphanie Steelandt, Dominique Marguerie, Najat Bhiry and Pierre Desrosiers Symposium Isotope Ecology and the Ring of Fire: Bioarchaeology in the Pacific Chairs: Melanie Beasley; Andrew Somerville Participants: Brian Popp; Jillian Swift; Phillip Johnson, Eric Bartelink, Olaf Nehlich, Benjamin Fuller and Michael Richards; Brianne Phaff and Mike Richards; Rebecca Kinaston, Hallie Buckley, Stuart Bedford and Stuart Hawkins; Andrew Somerville, Andrew Somerville, Margaret Schoeninger, Melanie Martin and Phillip Walker; Nicolette Parr; Minoru Yoneda, Yuichi Naito, Takashi Gakuhari, Chiaki Katagiri and Naomi Doi; Kate Britton, Rick Knecht, Ellen McManus and Mike Richards; Melanie Beasley; Corina Kellner, Kevin Vaughn, Verity Whalen and Hendrik VanGijseghem Discussant: Margaret Schoeninger

Symposium Patterns of Postclassic Mesoamerican Communities Chair: Yuko Shiratori Participants: Lisa Overholtzer, Jaime Mata-Míguez, Enrique Rodríguez-Alegría and Deborah Bolnick; Jamie Forde; Marc Levine, Leslie Cecil, Lane Fargher and Jamie Forde; Janine Gasco; Elizabeth Paris; Thomas Babcock; Raquel Macario; Caleb Kestle, Joel Palka and Rebecca Deeb; Yuko Shiratori and Timothy Pugh; Jerald Ek; Patricia Urban and Edward Schortman

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Symposium The Archaeology of Non-literal Islands Chairs: Darryl Wilkinson; Dianne Scullin Participants: Heather Atherton; John Molenda; Albert Gonzalez; Ellen Morris; Petar Cvijovic; Elizabeth Angell; Easton Anspach; Dianne Scullin; Darryl Wilkinson; Amara Magloughlin Discussant: Zoë Crossland

General Session Craft Production, Technology, and Identity in the American Southwest Chair: Jill Neitzel Participants: Edward Jolie; Mary Ownby and Deborah Huntley; Brunella Santarelli, Christina Bisulca and Nancy Odegaard; Scott Ure; Kevin Brown; Erin Gearty; Reese Cook; Benjamin Bellorado, Laurie Webster and Thomas Windes; Jill Neitzel Symposium Who are the Ancestors? Redefining the Cultural Sequence of Hokkaido Island, Japan Chair: Carol Ellick Participants: Yu Hirasawa; Ren Iwanami; Mayumi Okada; Joe Watkins Discussants: Hirofumi Kato; Takao Sato Sponsored Symposium Quarries and Early Mines: Settlement Context and Transportation Network Relationships (Sponsored by The Prehistoric Quarries and Early Mines Interest Group) Chairs: Juliet Morrow; Peter Mills Participants: Lynn Fisher, Susan Harris, Jehanne Affolter, Corina Knipper and Rainer Schreg; Mary Beth Trubitt, Anne S. Dowd and Meeks Etchieson; Sarah Stuckey and Juliet Morrow Discussant: Adrian Burke Forum Creating Context in the Classroom Moderator: Paula Kay Lazrus Discussants: Paula Kay Lazrus; Saundra Schwartz; Kanani Kawika Symposium Population Mobility in the Hinterland of Maya Cities Chair: Charlotte Arnauld Participants: Charlotte Arnauld, Eva Lemonnier, Mélanie Forné, Julien Sion and Didier Galop; Jason Yaeger; Carolyn Freiwald; Nan Gonlin and Kristin Landau; K. Pyburn; Nicholas Dunning, Eric Weaver, Michael Smyth and David Ortegón Discussants: Takeshi Inomata; Robert Drennan Poster Session Methodological Advances in Material Culture Studies Participants: Olivier Weller, Alfons Figuls and Fidel Grandia; Dana Drake Rosenstein

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and James K. Feathers; Christopher Shelton; August Costa, Jeff Illingworth, P. Ajithprasad, K. Bhan and K. Krishnan; Akira Iwase and Yuichi Nakazawa; Patrick Lubinski, Karisa Terry and Patrick McCutcheon; Cara Tremain and Geoffrey McCafferty; Neil Hauser, James Feathers and David Sanderson; Elisabeth Culley; Alex Nyers, Loren Davis, Jason Henry, John Nelson and Steven Jenevein; Elizabeth McCarthy, Richard Kennedy, Jason Christy and Alisa Walton Poster Session Lithic Technology and Analysis Participants: Bryan Dull; Michael Schurke; Christopher Noll and John Kannady; Heather Hansen and Patrick McCutcheon; Mark Estes, Geoffrey Cunnar, Jay L. Johnson and Edward J. Stoner; Carly Whelan, Jeffrey Ferguson and Jeffrey Rosenthal; Jacob Polloock, Ashley Grimes and Lisa Benson; Kathryn Harris and Stefani A. Crabtree; Lukas Trout; Matthew Douglass and Sam Lin; Ismael Sanchez, Guadalupe Sanchez and Michael Brack; John Wagner; Louis Fortin and Susan DeFrance; Juan Belardi, Gisela Cassiodoro, Rafael Goñi, Michael Glascock and Alejandro Súnico; William Willis; Alia Gurtov and Metin I. Eren Poster Session Advancing Methods in the Field and the Lab Participants: Terrah Jones, Carly Evelyn Olenick, Lorena Becerra Valdivia and Patricia A. Arteaga; Nicholas Ames, Hanna Huynh, Alan Farahani and Benjamin Porter; Christina Pugh, Daniel Pugh and Zachary


Cofran; Brandon Buck; David Massey; Daniel Riegel Poster Session Lithic Experiments: Exploring Taphonomic and Human Processes Chairs: William Andrefsky; Jacob Adams; Philip Fisher Participants: Jacob Adams, Philip Fisher and William Andrefsky, Jr.; Philip Fisher, Jacob Adams, William Andrefsky Jr. and Scott Carpenter; Ben Marwick, Elspeth Hayes and Chris Clarkson; Tyler Retherford and William Andrefsky, Jr.; William Andrefsky and Kristina Wiggins; Oliver Macgregor and Alex Mackay; Joseph Keeney and Jeffrey Rasic Symposium Ancient Globalizations and ‘People without History’ Chairs: Michael Frachetti; Nicole Boivin Participants: Anne Porter; Rowan Flad; Michael Frachetti; Kathleen Morrison; Nicole Boivin; Ian Lilley Symposium Late Middle through Terminal Formative Transformations in Oaxaca: Urbanism, Production and Imagery Chairs: Jeffrey Blomster; Robert Markens; Cira Martinez Lopez Participants: Robert Markens; Cira Martinez Lopez and Marcus Winter; Jeffrey Blomster; Victor Zapien Lopez, Alma Montiel Ángeles and Marcus Winter; Jeffrey Brzezinski, Arthur Joyce, Sarah Barber and Carlo Lucido; Carlo Lucido, Sarah Barber and Arthur Joyce Symposium Collaborative Archaeology and Private Industry: Moving Beyond Section 106 Chairs: Mark Sanders; Ronald Maldonado Participants: Thomas Witt and Kathleen Corbett; Rand Greubel and Kimberly Redman; Cheryl Eamick; Yolanda Benally-Littletree Discussant: Jerry Fetterman Symposium Both Meat and Meaning Chairs: Jean Hudson; Ralph Koziarski; Emily Epstein Participants: Jean Hudson; Matthew O’Brien; Tanya Peres and Heidi Altman; Ralph Koziarski Discussant: Nerissa Russell General Session Lithic Analysis Chair: Jaclyn Nadeau Participants: Birgitta Stephenson; Shannon McPherron, David Braun, Tamara Dogandzic, Dawit Desta and Will Archer; Tamara Dogandzic, Shannon McPherron and David Braun; Jaclyn Nadeau

General Session Early Farming Communities in East and Southeast Asia Chair: Michelle Eusebio Participants: Andrew Womack; Nattha Chuenwattana, Gillian Thompson and Joyce White; Michelle Eusebio, Jasminda Ceron, Stephen Acabado and John Krigbaum; Geok Yian Goh General Session Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives in Archaeology Chair: Kathryn MacFarland Participants: Charles Boyd and Donna Boyd; Adrianne Daggett; Gregory Burns; Kathryn MacFarland Symposium Mobile Computing in the Field Chair: Morley Eldridge Participants: Morley Eldridge; Alyssa Parker; Roger Eldridge

friday afTernoon, april 5 Forum Re-connecting the past: the future of social network analysis in archaeology Moderator: Angus Mol Discussants: Mark Golitko; John Terrell; Tom Brughmans; Barbara Mills; Tim Kohler; Shawn Graham; Koji Mizoguchi Symposium Contacts between Central Asia, Middle-Asia and the Arabian Peninsula in the Bronze Age: A triangulation between three “archaeological worlds” Chair: Benjamin Mutin Participants: Benjamin Mutin; Holly Pittman; Marta Sobur; Christopher Thornton, Kyle Olson and Narges Bayani Discussant: C Lamberg-Karlovsky Symposium Aspectos recientes sobre la Tumba 7 de Monte Albán Chair: Nelly Robles Garcia Participants: Nelly Robles Garcia; Irma Cazares; Noreen Tuross, Sergio Lopez, Richard Waldbauer and Nelly Robles Garcia; Angel Rivera; Dante Garcia Discussant: Patricia Plunket Sponsored Symposium Our Land is Girt by Sea: Rock Art, Seascapes and Inscribed Meanings (Sponsored by Rock Art Interest Group) Chairs: Josephine McDonald; Paul Tacon Participants: Joakim Goldhahn; Alice Tratebas; Paul Tacon; Meredith Wilson; Sally May and Paul Taçon; Alistair Paterson; Peter Veth and Jo McDonald; Josephine McDonald Discussant: Ian McNiven

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Symposium Finding Solutions for Protecting and Sharing Archaeological Heritage Resources Chairs: Anne Underhill; Lucy Salazar Participants: Alan Carpenter; Jo Anne Van Tilburg and Cristián Arévalo Pakarati; Hui Fang and Bo Yang; Chiharu Abe; John Darnell; Roderick McIntosh; Lawrence Coben; Santiago Uceda; Yuji Seki; Lucy Salazar and Richard Burger Symposium Collaborative Research in the Pacific Basin and Beyond: Re-Shaping Archaeological Practice to Provide Space for Communities Chairs: Patricia McAnany; Sarah Rowe Participants: Des Kahotea and Caroline Phillips; David Guilfoyle, Myles Mitchell and Ron ‘Doc’ Reynolds; Stephen Acabado and Marlon Martin; Adolfo Batun-Alpuche; Brent Woodfill; Sarah Rowe and Patricia McAnany; Brian Billman and Jesus Briceño Rosario; Ronald Lippi and Alejandra Gudiño; Dominic Walker Discussants: Lee Rains Clauss; Tom Dillehay Sponsored Symposium 2013 Fryxell Symposium: Papers in Honor of Anthony F. Aveni (Sponsored by Fryxell Award Committee) Chair: Anne S. Dowd Participants: Ethan Cole; David Carballo, Luis Barba, Agustín Ortiz and Jorge Blancas; Johanna Broda; Benjamin Vining; Kristin Landau; Maria-Cristina Pineda De Carias, Nohemy Rivera and Cristina Argueta; Juan Ignacio Cases; John Justeson; Susan Milbrath


Symposium The Coast is Clear: Papers in Honor of Kenneth M. Ames Chairs: Colin Grier; Andrew Martindale Participants: Colin Grier; Kelly Derr; Erin Smith and Colin Grier; Adam Rorabaugh; Brian Kemp, Cara Monroe and Colin Grier; Terence Clark and Gary Coupland; Bryn Letham and David Bilton; R. Matson; Gary Coupland; Andrew Martindale; Kisha Supernant; Junko Habu Discussants: Herbert Maschner; Virginia Butler; Kenneth Ames

Discussants: Wendy Ashmore; Gary Urton; Anthony Aveni Sponsored Symposium Seas of Permutation: Global Perspectives on the Archaeology of Islands (Sponsored by Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology) Chair: Scott Fitzpatrick Participants: Richard Callaghan; Cyprian Broodbank; Hiroto Takamiya; Victor Thompson and Thomas Pluckhahn; Sue O’Connor; Madonna Moss, Susan Karl and James Baichtal; Jago Cooper; Emily Peterson and Peter Lape; Terry Hunt and Carl Lipo; William Keegan; John Terrell and Mark Golitko; Ben Fitzhugh; Patrick Kirch; John Cherry; Jon Erlandson Symposium Shifting Archaeological Borders and Boundaries: Decolonizing History and Academia Chair: Paulette Steeves Participants: Timothy Wilcox; Fanya Becks; Nicholas Laluk; Natalia Martinez Taguena; Ty Tengan; Peter Nelson and Sara Gonzalez; Lucius Martin, Liana Staci Hesler and Andrew Gourd; Davina Two Bears; Sonya Atalay and Shannon Martin; Dorothy Lippert; Michael Wilcox; Paulette Steeves; Virginia Steen-McIntyre Discussant: Larry Zimmerman Sponsored Symposium Lessons Learned: Reflections on the Benefits, Challenges and Responsibilities of Collection Based Research (Sponsored by SAA Committee on Museums, Collections and Curation)

Symposium Preclassic Maya Households Chairs: Brigitte Kovacevich; Michael Callaghan Participants: Brigitte Kovacevich and Michael Callaghan; Daniela Triadan and Takeshi Inomata; Astrid Runggaldier; James Doyle; Santiago Juarez; Rosemary Joyce and John Henderson; Jessica Munson; Cynthia Robin; Justin Lowry; Sherman Horn, Terry Powis and Jaime Awe; Jeremy Bauer; Mario Borrero and Michael Love; M. Kathryn Brown; George Bey and Rossana May Ciau Discussants: Kathryn Reese-Taylor; Julia Hendon Symposium Small Samples, Big Questions: New Methods and Applications in Biomolecular Archaeology Chairs: Amanda Henry; Courtney Hofman; Christina Warinner Participants: Courtney Hofman, Torben Rick, Paul Collins, Jon Erlandson and Jesus Maldonado; Camilla Speller, Lorenz Hauser, Dana Lepofsky and Dongya Yang; Logan Kistler, Lee A. Newsom, Bruce D. Smith and Beth Shapiro; Christina Warinner; Kirsten Bos and Johannes Krause; Hannah Koon; Karen Hardy, Stephen Buckley, Matthew Collins, Anita Radini and Yvette Hancock; Anita Radini, Y. Hancock, Efthymia Nikita, Allan Hall and Karen Hardy; Rosa Albert, Irene Esteban and Cabanes Dan; Clayton Magill, Gail Ashley and Katherine Freeman; Domingo Carlos Salazar-García, Olaf Nehlich, Stanley H. Ambrose, Michael P. Richards and Amanda G. Henry; Catherine West and Fred Andrus; Gregory Henkes, Torben Rick and Benjamin Passey; Kelly Knudson Discussant: Amanda Henry

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General Session Grave Undertakings: Archaeological Perspectives on Historic Cemeteries Chair: Jonathan Scholnick Participants: Sarah Patterson; Jonathan Scholnick, Briggs Buchanan and Mark Collard; Jacquelyn Bluma and Alexis Jordan; Teddi Setzer and Susan Ward; Tareq Ramadan and Teddi J. Setzer General Session Novel Approaches to Understanding Social Organization in Ancient Mesoamerica Chair: Melissa Burham Participants: Diana Zaragoza; Patricio Davila Cabrera; Leticia Vargas, Victor Castillo and Cristian Hernandez; Catherine Johns; Melissa Burham; Harold Green General Session Archaeology of the Middle East and the Levant Chair: Arlene Rosen Participants: Arlene Rosen, Ella Reiczyk and Steve Rosen; Robert Power, Arlene Rosen and Dani Nadel; Susannah Fishman and Ekaterina Doronicheva; Emma Humphrey; Eduard Reinhardt and Joseph Boyce; Kelsey Hack and Miriam Belmaker; Michael Bisson, April Nowell, Carlos Cordova, Melanie Poupart and Christopher Ames; Michal Birkenfeld and A. Nigel Goring-Morris Sponsored Symposium Tribal Consultation: Lessons Learned and Future Directions (Sponsored by Committee on Native American Relations) Chairs: Patricia Garcia-Tuck; John Rose Participants: Ora Marek-Martinez; Dorothy FireCloud; Kenneth Tankersley; Desiree Martinez; Nanebah Nez; Marcos Guerrero; Wendy Teeter; John Rose Discussants: Ronald Maldonado; Joe Watkins; Shannon Tushingham Symposium Communities and Households in the Greater Southwest Chair: Robert Stokes Participants: Barbara Roth; Robert Stokes; Elizabeth Toney and Aaron Woods; Thomas Gruber; J Reid and Stephanie Whittlesey; Jennifer Payne; Alison Rautman; Deni Seymour; James Potter; Kristin Safi and Andrew Duff; Katie Richards, James Allison, Richard Talbot, Scott Ure and Lindsay Johansson; Eric Klucas; Michael Lindeman; Henry Wallace and Michael Lindeman Discussant: Stephen Lekson General Session Zooarchaeological Studies: New World Chair: Rachel McTavish Participants: Rachel McTavish; Sarah Neusius, Laura Kaufman and Andrea Boon; Meagan Dennison; Megan Kassabaum; Lindsay Johansson

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Chairs: HB Thakar; Jeffrey Rasic Participants: Lisa Janz; Catherine Frieman; Vivian Scheinsohn, Paula Miranda, María José Fernández, Agnolin Agustin and Carpio Mariela; Daniela Klokler; Shankari Patel; Karimah Kennedy Richardson; Jonathan Driver; Emily Lena Jones; Tim Riley; Alexander Stevenson and Virginia L. Butler; Jeffrey Rasic; Stephan Heidenreich; Fawn Carter and Christopher Houlette; Michael Polk Discussants: Julie Stein; Daniel Odess


Symposium Exploring cross-cultural interaction, from contact to colonialism Chair: Christine Beaule Participants: Christine Beaule; Robert Littman, Mohamed Kenawi, Jay Silverstein and Nicholas Hudson; Hui-Lin Lee; Damion Sailors; Courtney Rose; Angela Lockard Reed; Jay Silverstein; Samuel Connell, Chad Gifford, Eric Dyrdahl and Amber Kling-Anderson Discussant: James Bayman Symposium Violence and Warfare among Hunter-Gatherers Chairs: Mark Allen; Terry Jones; Al Schwitalla Participants: James Chatters; Paul Roscoe; Colin Pardoe; Mark Allen; Frank Bayham, R. Kelly Beck and Kimberley L. Carpenter; Kenneth Reid; Terry Jones, Marin Pilloud and Al Schwitalla; Jelmer Eerkens and Eric Bartelink; James Brill; Matthew Des Lauriers Discussants: Patricia Lambert; Steven LeBlanc

Stephanie King, Michael Rohrer and Dane Magoon; Kimberly Williams and Lesley Gregoricka; Alyson Jaagumägi, Terence Clark, Gary Coupland and Jerome Cybulski; Rona Ikehara-Quebral, Miriam Stark, William Belcher, Vouen Vuthy and John Krigbaum; Sharon DeWitte; Alexander Christensen and Joseph Hefner Poster Session Archaeometry Participants: Lia Tarle, Dennis Sandgathe and Mark Collard; Carey Baxter, George Calfas, Anne Dain-Owens, Michael Hargrave and Scott Tweddale; Rebecca Twaroski, Catherine Carabajal and William Whitehead; Meredith Wismer-Lanoë, Brooke Arkush, Matthew Hill, Emlyn Eastman and François Lanoë; John Marston; Emily Hubbard; Kimberley Russell; Jeff Rosentreter; Reilly Jensen; Ursel Wagner, Frances M. Hayashida, Izumi Shimada, Werner Haeusler and Friedrich E. Wagner; James Feathers; Zhen Qin

Symposium Questions of Chronology in Ancient China Chairs: Rowan Flad; Ofer Bar-Yosef Participants: Youping Wang; Guangmao Xie; Ofer Bar-Yosef; Zhijun Zhao; Shuicheng Li; Xiaohong Wu; Dong Guanghui, Chen Fahu, Wu Xiaohong, Zhao Zhijun and Jia Xin; Christian Peterson; Roderick Campbell; Haicheng Wang; Chunming Wu; Wu Guo and Enguo Lv

General Session Mortuary Studies Around the World Chair: Nigel Goring-Morris Participants: Nigel Goring-Morris and Leore Grosman; Darcy Mathews; Krystal Hammond and Jennifer Thompson;

Poster Session Computer Applications in Archaeological Data Management and Museums Participants: Penny Crook, Shawn Ross, Adela Sobotkova and Brian Ballsun-Stanton; Summer Moore, Gina Farley and Ashley Robinson; Rebecca Mendelsohn; Petr Kvetina Poster Session Collections Management Participants: Marybeth Tomka and Melissa Eiring; Maureen DaRos and Rebekah DeAngelo; Rhonda Bathurst and Kira Westby; Christel Carlisle and Sharyn Jones; Krista Richardson-Cline and Jessica Normoyle Poster Session Indiana University of Pennsylvania Graduate Student Research: Using New Technology on Old Sites Chair: Victoria Harding Participants: Victoria Harding; Cory Meyers, Victoria Harding, Ryan Spittler and Justin Daley; Ryan Spittler; Marion Smeltzer and Beverly Chiarulli; Justin Daley

General Session Pottery Around the World: Identity and Technology Chair: Michael Strezewski Participants: Michael Strezewski; Noémi Müller, Maria Dikomitou-Eliadou and Vassilis Kilikoglou; Jason Kennedy; Artemi Chaviara and Eleni Aloupi-Siotis; Leah Minc, Jason Sherman, Christina Elson, Charles Spencer and Elsa Redmond; Cynthia Fadem; Borislava Simova; John Blitz; Michael Woodburn, Liza Gijanto and Sarah Platt; Jose Pena and Robert Tykot; Jeanette Nicewinter; William Pratt and David Brown; Camilla Kelsoe and Julia Clark Symposium Ritual Innovation, Material Culture, and Environment in Formative Chavín de Huantar, Peru Chair: John Rick Participants: Marisol Lopez-Munoz and Matthew Sayre; Silvana Rosenfeld; Miriam Kolar; Daniel Contreras; John Rick; John Wolf; Christian Mesia

Poster Session Geoarchaeology and Geophysics Participants: Steven De Vore; Steve Copeland and Caitlin Sommer; Amy Schott; Lydia DeHaven; Paul White, Patrick Martin and William Hedman; Mathew Fox, Jennifer Kielhofer and Ye Wa; Kimberly Macy, Ben Marwick, Becky Song Hanyu, Cyler Conrad and Alex Mackay; Adrien Hilmy, Alissa Nauman, Nathan Goodale and David Bailey; Benjamin Davies

Poster Session Preliminary Findings from the Digital Index of North American Archaeology (DINAA) Project Chair: Joshua Wells Participants: Joshua Wells, Stephen Yerka, David Anderson, DeMuth R. Carl and Noack Myers Kelsey; Eric Kansa, Sarah W. Kansa, David G. Anderson, Stephen Yerka and Joshua J. Wells

Poster Session Sourcing the Stone: Seeking the Source of Lithic Materials Participants: David Bailey, Lyman Munschauer, Nathan Goodale and Catherine Prescott; Omar Rice, Erik Wintz and Sachiko Sakai; Angelina Sweeney, Candice Brennan, Hector Neff and Barbara Arroyo; Gwyn Madden, Elizabeth Arnold, Jordan Karsten and Stanley Ambrose

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Poster Session Reimagining Northern Perspectives: Interdisciplinary Research through Brown University’s Circumpolar Laboratory Chair: Kevin Smith Participants: Douglas Anderson; Kevin Smith, Mehrdad Kiani and Ebenezer Gay; Michele Smith; Thomas Urban, Kevin Smith and Susan Herringer; Christopher Wolff and Thomas Urban Symposium Integrating Archaeometry and Theory: How does “archaeological science” really contribute to the science of archaeology? Chairs: Mathieu Leclerc; Christian Reepmeyer Participants: Aymeric Hermann; Mathieu Leclerc; Christian Reepmeyer; Callan


Forum Beyond the Equator (Principles): Community Benefit Sharing in Relation to Major Land Alteration Projects and Associated Intellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage Moderator: John Welch Discussants: Elizabeth Bradshaw; Alvaro Higueras; Ian Lilley; Andrew Mason; Willem Willems; Joseph Ezzo Symposium Stretching Disciplinary Boundaries: Approaches for Studying Intersocietal Interaction in the Eastern Mediterranean and Near East Chairs: Paul Kardulias; Joshua Cannon Participants: Joshua Cannon; Janling Fu Symposium Bioarchaeology of northeast Asia Chairs: Angela Lieverse; Hitoshi Fukase; Minoru Yoneda Participants: Rick Schulting, Julie Hamilton, Vladimir Bazaliiskii, Olga Goriunova and Andrzej Weber; Yasushi Shimoda, Hajime Ishida, Minoru Yoneda, Yuichi Naito and Tomohito Nagaoka; Noboru Adachi, Ken-ichi Shinoda, Kazuo Umetsu, Osamu Kondo and Yukio Dodo; Andrea Waters-Rist, Vladimir I. Bazaliiskii, Andrzej W. Weber, Olga I. Goriunova and M. Anne Katzenberg; Hitoshi Fukase, Masatomi Kudaka, Toshiyuki Tsurumoto, Masaki Fujita and Hajime Ishida; Daniel Temple; Andrzej Weber; Hugh McKenzie and Alexander Popov Symposium Forensic Archaeology in the Americas: Definitions, Roles, Experiences, and Best Practices Chair: Dennis Dirkmaat Participants: Luis Cabo and Dennis Dirkmaat; Krista Latham and Stephen Nawrocki; Greg Olson; Scott Warnasch, Christopher Rainwater and Christian Crowder; Eric Emery; Hugh Tuller, Derek Congram and Luis Fondebrider; Luis Fondebrider, Miguel Nieva, Juan Nobile, Selva Varela and Diego Argañaraz; Dennis Dirkmaat and James Adovasio Symposium Pacific Ethnographies in World Archaeologies Chairs: Joy McCorriston; Julie Field Participants: Joy McCorriston; Anna Browne Ribeiro; Julie Field; Boyd Dixon; Ron Adams; Kekuewa Kikiloi Discussant: Matthew Spriggs Symposium Exploring the Difference: Lithic Industries on Non-Flint Raw Material Chair: Carlos Rodriguez-Rellan

Participants: Kaoru Yonekura; Carlos Rodriguez-Rellan and Ramón Fábregas Valcarce; Helena Knutsson and Kjel Knutsson; Kjel Knutsson and Helena Knutsson; Justin Kuenstle, Anna Marie Prentiss, Kristen Barnett and Mathew Walsh; Hugo Gabriel

Poster Session Scales of Analysis: From Regions to Agents, Long Duree to Digital Strata Participants: Matt Mattes and Anna Antoniou; Karla Davis-Salazar and Zaida Darley; Jennifer Blagg, Anthony Graesch and Christine Chung; Wendy Cegielski

General Session Archaeology in Jordan Chair: Deborah Olszewski Participants: Kyle Knabb, Ian Jones, Thomas Levy and Mohammad Najjar; Deborah Olszewski, Maysoon al-Nahar, Jason Cooper, Natalie Munro and Bilal Khrisat; Alan Farahani; Abigail Buffington

Poster Session Landscapes and Spatial Analysis: Global Case Studies Participants: John Darwent, Owen Mason, John Hoffecker and Christyann Darwent; Corey Cookson and Kisha Supernant; Duncan McLaren; Erin Hudson, Brian Schnick, Alice Roberts and Leah Bonstead; R. Kyle Bocinsky; C. Stafford and Tiffany Grossman; Melody Hollinger; Theodore Roberts and Shawn Fehrenbach; Daniel Sumner; Amanda Landon; Stefani Crabtree; Kevin Black; Ben Curry; Troy Lovata; Paul Buck and Donald Sabol; Dennis Lewarch

General Session Classic Maya Politics and Power Chair: Jeanne Lopiparo Participants: Jeanne Lopiparo; Kimberly Salyers; Tatiana Young; Sarah Kurnick; Bianca Gentil and Brandon Lewis Symposium Landscape and Empire in the Cusco Valley Chair: Alexei Vranich Participants: Adam Stack; Mariusz Ziolkowski, Fernando Astete, Slawomir Swieciochowski and Jacek Kosciuk; Stephen Berquist Discussant: Easton Anspach General Session Public Archaeology Chair: Dawn Rutecki Participants: Dawn Rutecki; Teresa Moyer; Cheraki Williams General Session Geoarchaeology Chair: Fred Nials Participants: Anna Kotarba Morley, Jerzy Trzcinski, Iwona Zych and Steven E Sidebotham; Debora Kligmann and Veronica Williams; Jennifer Kielhofer; Fred Nials

saTUrday morning, april 6 Forum Binding the Cord for a Stronger Hawai’i: Hawaiian Transformations in Archaeology and Cultural Resource Management Moderator: Kekuewa Kikiloi Discussants: Kelley Uyeoka; Ty Tengan; Jason Jeremiah; Keoni Kuoha; Sean Naleimaile; Leon Peralto; Ruth-Rebeccalynne Aloua; Kehaunani Cachola-Abad Poster Session Archaeological Method Participants: Grace Cesario; Dawn Crawford, Brigitte Kovacevich and Amanda Thornton; Terry Joslin and Dustin K. McKenzie; Jeremy Foin, Mark Grote and Naoki Saito

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Poster Session Landscapes and Spatial Analysis: Global Case Studies II Participants: Willem VanEssendelft; Gregory Luna; Alex Kara; Eric Fries; Sean Stretton and Matthew Curtis; Kristine Martirosyan-Olshansky and Boris Gasparyan; Yuichi Nakazawa, Akira Iwase, Masami Izuho, Toshiro Yamahara and Minoru Kitazawa Poster Session Environmental Archaeology: From Settlements to Sediments Participants: Richard Terry, Eric Coronel and Daniel Bair; Dianna Doucette, Elizabeth Chilton, Katie Kirakosian, Evan Taylor and David Foster; Grant Snitker, Andrea Torvinen and Rhian Stotts; Kelsey Lowe and Lynley Wallis; Rebecca Rainville; George Jones, Michael Cannon and Charlotte Beck; Mike Cannon; Erin Chineiwicz; Gillian Edwards; Jean Larmon, John G. Jones and Hector Neff; Philip Nigst, Larissa Koulakovska, Vitaly Usik, Freddy Damblon and Jean-Jacques Hublin Symposium Field Schools and the 2010 Senator Paul Simon Study Abroad Act Chair: Ran Boytner Participants: Ran Boytner; Katherine Adelsberger and Benjamin Porter; Maria Lozada; Barra O’Donnabhain; Jennifer Perry; Brent Lane and Brian Billman; Rebecca Graff Discussant: Jane Buikstra Symposium Questioning Previous Understandings of Ancient Maya Commoners, Agriculture, and Political Economy: New Insights from Cerén, El Salvador Chair: Christine Dixon Participants: Christine Dixon; Theresa Heindel and Céline Lamb; Alexandria Halmbacher; Celine Lamb; David Lentz, Christine Hoffer and Angela Hood; Payson Sheets

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Ross-Sheppard and Melinda Allen; Scarlett Chiu, David Killick, Christophe Sand, Michael D. Glascock and Yuh-chang Sun; Rachel Popelka-Filcoff, Tiffany Reeves, Philip Jones and Claire Lenehan


Sandrock; Walter Beckwith; Adam Forbis and Jeff Bryant; Kyle Ports; Nicole Chenault, Sarah Nicole Boudreaux, Melanie Sparrow and Ty Swavely; Michael Brennan; Lindsey Moats and Sarah Nicole Boudreaux; Sarah Nicole Boudreaux; Marisol Cortes-Rincon, Marisol Figueroa and Ty Swavely; Robert Gustas Symposium Approaching a Synthesis of Nasca Society: Recent Research on the Peruvian South Coast Chairs: Stefanie Bautista; Verity Whalen Participants: Larry Lopez, Kazutaka Omori, Masato Sakai, Guiseppe Orifeci and Minoru Yoneda; Hendrik Van Gijseghem and Stefanie L. Bautista; Johny Isla and Markus Reindel; Charles Stanish; Stefanie Bautista and Lisseth Pelayo-Rojas; Markus Reindel and Johny Isla; Meghan Tierney; Verity Whalen and Luis Manuel González La Rosa; Deborah Spivak; Christina Conlee; Masato Sakai, Jorge Olano, Yoichi Watanabe and Isao Akojima; Kevin Vaughn, Jelmer Eerkens, Carl Lipo and Sachiko Sakai Discussant: Katharina Schreiber

Discussants: Nan Gonlin; Geoffrey McCafferty Symposium Remembering Bernard Wailes: The Importance of European Later Prehistoric and Medieval Archaeology for American Anthropological Archaeology Chairs: Pam Crabtree; Peter Bogucki Participants: Peter Bogucki; David Anthony; Antonio Gilman; John Soderberg; Susan Johnston; Pam Crabtree; Alan Stahl; James Mathieu; Elizabeth Ragan; Rachel Scott Symposium Human Niche Construction as an Evolutionary Framework in Anthropology Chair: Gyoung-Ah Lee Participants: Gary Crawford; Melinda Zeder; Peter Bleed and Daniel Osborne; Marcus Feldman; Douglas Bird, Rebecca Bliege Bird and Brian Codding; Josh Snodgrass and William Leonard; Yan Pan; Gyoung-Ah Lee Discussants: Bruce Smith; Julien Riel-Salvatore Symposium Specialization, Intensification and Diversification in Northwestern Belize Chairs: Marisol Cortes-Rincon; Sarah Nicole Boudreaux Participants: Timothy Beach, Timothy Beach, Sheryl Luzzadder-Beach, Nicholas Brokaw and Stanley Walling; Jeff Bryant; Sheryl Luzzadder-Beach, Timothy Beach, Nicholas Brokaw, Stanley Walling and Jonathan Flood; Leslie Perkins and David

Symposium Modelling the impact of environmental variability on hominin dispersals Chairs: Ariane Burke; Matt Grove Participants: Richard Potts; Susan Anton and J. Josh Snodgrass; Martin Trauth; Gabriele Macho; Matt Grove; Kaye Reed and Jason Kamilar; Jordi Agustí and Hugues-Alexandre Blain; Geoff Bailey, Geoffrey King, Maud Devès, Robyn Inglis and Matt Williams; Ariane Burke, Masa Kageyama, Patrick James, Levavasseur Guillaume and Guiducci Dario; Paul Valdes, Masa Kageyama and Ariane Burke; Fabio Silva and James Steele; Colin Wren, Andre Costopoulos and Ariane Burke; Andy Shuttleworth; Rene Bobe, Amelia Villaseñor, David Patterson and Andrew Du Discussant: Chris Stringer Symposium Technology in Southwest China and Southeast Asia I: The Origins, Spread, and Development of Metal Production in Southwest China, Southeast Asia, and Beyond Chair: Anke Hein Participants: Kazuo Miyamoto; Anke Hein; Giovanni Massa, Marcos Martinon-Torres and Mark Aldenderfer; Francis Allard; Richard Ehrich; WengCheong Lam; TzeHuey Chiou-Peng; Joyce White; Hsiao-chun Hung; Ambra Calo; Peng Peng; Masanari Nishimura Discussants: Vincent Pigott; Alison Carter Symposium Social Identity in Frontier and Borderland Communities of the North American Southwest Chairs: Karen Harry; Sarah Herr Participants: Karen Harry, Nathan Harper

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and James Watson; Aaron Woods and Ryan Harrod; Lewis Borck; Severin Fowles; Nicholas Damp and Catherine Cameron; Matt Peeples; Kellam Throgmorton; April Peters and Bern Carey; Patricia Gilman; Myles Miller; Linda Gregonis; Sarah Herr and Jeffery Clark; Lauren Jelinek Discussants: Katherine Spielmann; Catherine Fowler Symposium Environmental Change and Past Human Responses: human-environmental interactions inscribed on the skeleton Chairs: Sian Halcrow; Gwen Robbins Schug Participants: Charlotte Roberts, Sarah Groves, Darren Grocke and Geoff Nowell; Kate Domett, Caitlin Evans, Nancy Tayles and Nigel Chang; Sian Halcrow, Nathaniel Harris and Nancy Tayles; Angela Clark, Nancy Tayles and Siân Halcrow; Chin-hsin Liu and John Krigbaum; Benjamin Valentine and John Krigbaum; Gwen Robbins Schug; Ryan Harrod and Debra Martin; Rachel Scott and Judith Littleton; Lana Williams, Sandra Wheeler and Tosha Dupras; Ekaterina Pechenkina and Xiaolin Ma; Jo Ann Sakaguchi; Angela Lieverse, Vladimir Bazaliiskii, Olga Goriunova and Andrzej Weber; Jessica Metcalfe and Fred Longstaffe; Hallie Buckley, Jean Christophe Galipaud, Truman Simanjuntak, Sian Halcrow and Rebecca Kinaston; Judith Littleton, Melinda Allen, Gina MacFarlane and Hannah Cowie; Michele Toomay Douglas, Michael Pietrusewsky, Marilyn K. Swift, Randy A. Harper and Michael A. Fleming General Session Precolumbian Mining and Metallurgy Chair: Tao Li Participants: Francisco Garrido, Tao Li, Dong Li and Wugan Luo; Tao Li, Francisco Garrido, Dongdong Li and Wugan Luo; Dongdong Li, Tao Li, Francisco Garrido and Wugan Luo; Wugan Luo, Tao Li, Francisco Francisco and Dongdong Li; Esteban Fernandez General Session Analyzing Subsistence, Mobility, and Health Chair: Mark Collard Participants: Renato Kipnis and Pedro Da-Gloria; Victoria Stosel; Kristina Kornblatt; Clarissa Cagnato; Christian Gates St-Pierre and Robert Thompson; Lana Martin; Russell Greaves; William Pestle, Christina Torres-Rouff, Mark Hubbe, Francisco Gallardo and Gonzalo Pimentel; Bradley Newbold; Karen Privat, Shawn Ross, Adela Sobotkova and Victoria Russeva; Laura Weyrich, Christina Alder, Keith Dobney, Alan Walker and Alan Cooper; April Nowell and Melanie Lee Chang; Mark Collard, April Ruttle, Briggs Buchanan and Michael O’Brien; William Jerrems, John Dudgeon and Clayton Meredith; Lynn-Marie Wieland


Symposium Before Beringia: archeological evidence and late Pleistocene population dynamic in Central and Northeast Asia Chairs: Nicolas Zwyns; Damien Flas; Bence Viola Participants: Damien Flas, Ksenia Kolobova, Dimitri Vandenberghe and Konstantin Pavlenok; Andrey Krivoshapkin and Kseniya Kolobova; Bence Viola; Michelle Glantz, Tyler Beeton and Katharine Horton; Liudmila Lbova; Masami Izuho, Hirotaka Oda, Ian Buvit, Mikhail V. Konstantinov and Sergei G. Vasil’ev; Karisa Terry, Ian Buvit and Mikhail V. Konstantinov; Nicolas Zwyns; Christopher Gillam, Sergei Gladyshev, Andrei Tabarev, B. Gunchinsuren and John W. Olsen; Seonbok Yi; Qiaomei Fu, Matthias Meyer, Xing Gao, Janet Kelso and Svante Pääbo; Christopher Morgan, Loukas Barton, Robert Bettinger, Mingie Yi and Dongju Zhang; Fei Peng, Xing Gao, Huimin Wang, Fuyou Chen and Shuwen Pei General Session Socio-cultural Implications of Lithic Patterning Chair: Briggs Buchanan Participants: Lisa Fontes, Lawrence Straus and Manuel González Morales; Sean Lynch; Michelle Lau, Dan Contreras, Nico Tripcevich and Yuri Cavero; Fernanda Neubauer; Amy Gusick; Guadalupe Sanchez Miranda and John Carpenter; Marvin Kay; Briggs Buchanan, Mark Collard and Michael O’Brien Symposium Up Close and Personal: Gendered Materialities and the Complexity of Situated Knowledge in the Everyday Life Chairs: Kimberly Kasper; Susan Kus Participants: Susan Kus; Peter Schmidt; Victor Raharijaona; Nancy Highcock; Kathleen Bragdon; Kimberly Kasper; Jason Mancini; Milton Moreland and Kimberly Kasper; Deborah Rotman; Kelly Jenks Discussants: Rita Wright; Sarah Nelson

Sponsored Symposium Advances in Geoarchaeology (Sponsored by Geoarchaeology Interest Group) Chair: Melissa Goodman-Elgar Participants: David Wright, Jeong-heon Choi, Jessica Thompson and Elizabeth Gomani-Chindebvu; Christopher Ames, Carlos E. Cordova, April Nowell, James T. Pokines and Michael S. Bisson; Rolfe Mandel; F. Scott Worman, Patrick Hogan and Alexander Kurota; Don Butler and Peter Dawson; Elizabeth Truman, Melissa Goodman-Elgar, John Dorwin, Stan Gough and Nancy Stenholm; Anthony Barham, Philip Hughes, Marjorie Sullivan, O`Connor Susan and Faulkner Patrick; Astolfo Araujo, Aldo Malagó, Olivia Ricci and Felipe Sabatelau; William Nanavati, Rachel Sullivan, Nichole Bettencourt, Louis Fortin and Melissa Goodman-Elgar; Nichole Bettencourt; Susan Mentzer; Christopher Miller; Scott Pike and Jordan Loos Symposium Pushing Pastoral Boundaries: Patterns and Particulars in Pastoral/Non-Pastoral Relationships Chairs: Lynne Rouse; Helina Woldekiros Participants: Steven Rosen; Elena Garcea; Lynne Rouse and Katherine Grillo; Ian Lindsay; Carolyn Dillian, Emmanuel Ndiema and Purity Kiura; Helina Woldekiros; Emily Hammer; Nicholas Tripcevich Discussant: Michael Frachetti General Session Eurasia Archaeology: Steppes and Caucasus Chair: Bastien Varoutsikos Participants: Brad Comeau and Jessica Slater; Irina Demetradze; Nathaniel Erb-Satullo, Brian Gilmour and Nana Khakhutaishvili; Bastien Varoutsikos, Ana Mgeladze, Christine Chataigner and Manana Gabunia Sponsored Symposium Not just for show: The archaeology of beads, beadwork, and personal ornaments Part I (Sponsored by Zooarchaeology and Bone Technology Interest Group (ZBTIG)) Chair: Daniella Bar-Yosef Mayer Participants: Jane Balme and Sue O’Connor; Caroline Peschaux, Grégory Debout and Olivier Bignon; Annelou Van Gijn, Wouter Verschoof and Oona Passeniers; Paul Duffy and Alice Choyke; Emily Epstein; Elliot Blair; Maria Gurova, Clive Bonsall, Bruce Bradley and Elka Anastassova; Alison Damick and Marshall Woodworth; David Bilton and Danielle A. MacDonald Symposium Empire, Economy, and Urban Society at Aztec Period Calixtlahuaca, Mexico Chairs: Juliana Novic; Angela Huster

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Participants: Michael Smith; Maelle Sergheraert; Adrian Burke and Gilles Gauthier; Bradford Andrews; Julieta Lopez, Marina Vega-Gonzalez, Manuel Aguilar-Franco and Jose Luis Ruvalcaba-Sil; Angela Huster; Jennifer Meanwell; Juliana Novic; Ryan Smigielski Discussant: Frances Berdan Symposium Animal sacrifice in Complex Societies: Method and theory in interpreting zooarchaeological assemblages Chairs: Nawa Sugiyama; Hiroki Kikuchi Participants: Hiroki Kikuchi; Masashi Maruyama and Hiroki Kikuchi; Jill Weber; Joel Klenck; Sarah Ralph; Nicolas Goepfert; Kitty Emery; Nawa Sugiyama Discussant: Nerissa Russell Symposium The Anthropological Archaeology of Richard A. Gould Chair: Donald Holly Participants: Susan Patterson; Donald Holly; Donald Pate; Sherry Saggers; Anne S. Dowd; Dave Conlin, Larry Murphy and Daniel Lenihan; Krysta Ryzewski and Thomas Urban; Katharine Woodhouse-Beyer Discussant: Richard Gould Sponsored Forum Mentoring: Peaks, Pitfalls, and Perspectives (Sponsored by COSWA) Moderator: Jennifer Huff Discussants: Kristin Safi; Peter Lape; Jo Burkholder; Eleanor King; Barbara Roth; Beverly Chiarulli; Jennifer Tobey; William Whitehead

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Sponsored Symposium Identity and Heritage: Contemporary Challenges in a Globalizing World (Sponsored by SAA, SAA Heritage Values Interest Group, ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Archaeological) Chairs: Peter Biehl; Christopher Prescott Participants: Douglas Comer; Sarah Tate; James Zeidler; John Peterson; Jennifer Campbell; Krish Seetah, Sa_a Caval and Diego Calaon; Peter Dawson, Margaret Bertulli, Lyle Dick and Lynn Cousins; Ronald Williamson and Robert MacDonald; Manuel Gandara; Margaret Comer; Jun Sunseri Discussant: David Guilfoyle


Poster Session Mesoamerican Archaeology Participants: Becket Lailson Tinoco, Jorge Balamaseda, Luis Felipe Del Castillo, Niklas Schulze and Ana Pelz; Juan Sereno-Uribe and Israel Roman Ramos; Lucas Hoedl; Judith Zurita-Noguera, Raúl Valadez Azúa, Bernardo Rodríguez Galicia, Diana Martínez Yrízar and Emilio Ibarra Morales; Jeffrey Dobereiner; Sarah Levithol; Briana Bianco; Adam Blanford; Shelley Watts; Amy Thompson and Keith Prufer; Erica Gallis; Anne Hayward Poster Session Architecture and Landscape in Central and South America Participants: Abigail Levine; Rebecca Bria and Barylski Tamara; Carla Hernandez Garavito; Laura Griffin, Charles Stanish and Henry Tantaleán; Scotti Norman, Asa Cameron, Carla Hernandez and Steven Wernke; Steven Wernke and Julie Adams; Jeffrey Brewer and David Hyde; Kristi Corrado Poster Session Recent Advances in the Archaeology of the Nepeña Valley, Coastal Ancash, North-Central Peru Chair: David Chicoine Participants: Koichiro Shibata; Linda Scott Cummings, Peter Kovacik, Kathryn Puseman, Chad Yost and Melissa Logan; Beverly Clement, David Chicoine and Linda Cummings; David Chicoine and Carol Rojas; Kimberly Munro and David Chicoine; Kyle Stich; Jacob Warner and David Chicoine; Caitlyn McNabb Poster Session Archaeology and Iconography in the Meseta Purépecha: New Research in the Paricutin Region Chairs: Tricia Gabany-Guerrero; Steven Hackenberger Participants: Tricia Gabany-Guerrero and D’Nisha Bush; Sandra Schreyer and Tricia Gabany-Guerrero; Steven Hackenberger and Tricia Gabany-Guerrero; Jarod Drozdowski, Steven Hackenberger and Tricia Gabany-Gurrero Poster Session Recent excavations at the Tiwanaku temple of Omo: Red, with a Green Cornice and many Ichu Roofs Chair: Paul Goldstein Participants: Sarah Baitzel; Allisen Dahlstedt and Paul Goldstein; Paul Goldstein; Jason Kjolsing; Matthew Sitek and Paul Goldstein; Erin Rodriguez Sponsored Symposium Pacific Island Geoarchaeology (Sponsored by Geoarchaeology Interest Group) Chair: Ian Buvit Participants: Mike Carson; Ian Buvit, Masami Izuho and Karisa Terry; Kazuhiro Hayashi, Masami Izuho, Ian Buvit, Karisa

Terry and Tsubasa Kamei; Breanyn MacInnes and Ben Fitzhugh; James Jordan, Herbert Maschner, Nicole Misarti and Bruce Finney Discussant: Masami Izuho General Session Landscapes and Space: Case Studies from Around the World Chair: Joan Schneider Participants: Peter Bikoulis; Andrew Griffin; Barbara Klessig and Jasmine D’Angelo; Mike Moloney; Joan Schneider and Yadmaa Tserendagva; Paola Dematte and Jeremiah Watson Symposium Losing Control: Inequality in Periods of Political Collapse Chair: Nicholas Carter Participants: Martin Weber; Dimitri Nakassis; Nicholas Carter; Nicola Sharratt and Gabriela de los Rios Farfan; Robert Haug General Session The Archaeology of Ritual Chair: Brian Hayden Participants: Kathleen Hull; Brian Hayden and Suzanne Villeneuve; Joanne Baron and Caroline Parris; Stefan Woehlke and Kathryn Deeley

saTUrday afTernoon, april 6 Forum The Indus Civilization Revitalized – Evaluation of Settlement Histories, Ecological Variabilities and Adaptations Moderator: Rita Wright Discussants: Carrie Hritz; Adam Green; Heather Miller; Kathleen Morrison; Vasant Shinde; Steve Weber; Cameron Petrie; Richard Meadow; Joseph Schuldenrein Forum Keeping a Good Heart: NAGPRA Plateau Style Moderator: Angela Neller Discussants: Jacqueline Cook; Lourdes Henebry-DeLeon; Vivian Harrison; Velma Valdez; Angela Neller Symposium The Burren of County Clare, Ireland: A Laboratory for Social Archaeology Chair: D Gibson Participants: D Gibson; Carleton Jones; Michelle Comber Symposium Archaeology in Micronesia: Current Research and Future Directions Chairs: Maureece Levin; Katherine Seikel Participants: Katherine Seikel and William Ayres; Helen Alderson and Mark D. McCoy; Maureece Levin; Adam Thompson; Rosalind Hunter-Anderson; Suzanne Finney and Sylvia Kloulubak Discussant: William Ayres

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Symposium Archaeology of Tlaxcala, Mexico Chair: David Carballo Participants: Mari Carmen Serra Puche; Mónica Blanco; Richard Lesure; Ruth Fauman-Fichman; Richard Blanton, Lane Fargher and Verenice Heredia Espinoza; Aurelio Lopez Corral and Ramón Santacruz Cano; Angel Cook Discussant: Stephen Kowalewski Symposium New Technologies in Archaeology Chairs: Ann Killebrew; Brandon Olson Participants: Maurizio Forte; Brandon Olson and Ann Killebrew; Leore Grosman, Uzy Smilansky, Avshalom Karasik and Ortal Harosh; Donald Sanders; David Schloen and Sandra Schloen; Sarah Kansa and Eric Kansa; Elizabeth Yakel, Ixchel Faniel, Eric Kansa and Sarah Kansa; Thomas Levy Sponsored Symposium Not just for show: The archaeology of beads, beadwork, and personal ornaments Part II (Sponsored by Zooarchaeology and Bone Technology Interest Group (ZBTIG)) Chair: Alice Choyke Participants: Philip Slater, Stanley Ambrose, Polly Wiessner and Marina Drigo; Teresa Wriston and Gary Haynes; Ashton Spatz; Dana Shaham and Anna Belfer-Cohen; Alexis Jordan; Adrian Velazquez, Patricia Ochoa, Norma Valentin and Belem Zúñiga; Tsim Schneider and Lori Hager; Lisa Dugas; Daniella Bar-Yosef Mayer Discussant: Alison Brooks Symposium Technology in Southwest China and Southeast Asia II: Working with Stone, Ceramics, and other Materials – Technological Innovation in Southeast Asia, Southwest China, and Beyond Chair: Alison Carter Participants: Mark Aldenderfer and Margarita Gleba; Alison Carter; Pochan Chen; Andrea Yankowski; Darith Ea; Michael Dega and Kaseka Phon; Kuei-chen Lin; Ling-yu Hung and Jianfeng Cui; Rachel Hoerman Discussant: Anke Hein Symposium Common Grounds: Innovative International Perspectives on Ground Stone Studies Chair: John Arthur Participants: Michael Searcy; Juan Albaitero R.P.; Martin Biskowski and Jessica Jones; Mark Basgall; Tammy Buonasera; Laurie Nixon-Darcus and A. Catherine D’Andrea; John Arthur; Emanuela Cristiani and Dusan Boric; Leo Hosoya; Ayako Shibutani; David Zeanah; Jeanne Binning and Joan Schneider


Symposium Turquoise and Blue-Green Stones in the Southwest, Northern Mexico, and Mesoamerica: Where Mined, What Produced, Who Consumed? Chairs: Emiliano Melgar; Emiliano Gallaga Participants: Frances Mathien and Sharon Hull; Heidi Roberts, Sharon Hull and Mostafa Fayek; Sharon Hull, Timothy D. Maxwell, Mostafa Fayek and Rafael Cruz Antillón; Alyson Thibodeau, Leonardo López Luján, David Killick and Joaquin Ruiz; Jose Ruvalcaba, Emiliano Melgar and Kilian Laclavetine; Emiliano Gallaga and Emiliano Melgar; Saul Hedquist and Alyson Thibodeau; Marcus Winter, Robert Markens and Cira Martínez-López; Emiliano Melgar; Ernesto Gonzalez-Licon; José Medina González and Baudelina García Uranga; Isabel Medina-González Discussants: Ben Nelson; Frances Berdan Sponsored Symposium Archaeometric Methods, Archaeological Materials & Ancient Technologies (Sponsored by Society for Archaeological Sciences) Chairs: Vanessa Muros; Ioanna Kakoulli Participants: Bryan Cockrell, José Luis Ruvalcaba Sil and Edith Ortiz Díaz; Christian Fischer, Ioanna Kakoulli, Sandra L. Lopez Varela, Christian De Brer and Kim Richter; Christian Wells; Kathryn Etre; Michael Deibel, Emily Stovel and William Whitehead; Michael Gregg and Greg Slater; Brittany Dolph and Christian Fischer; Vanessa Muros; Marc Walton, Karen Trentelman, Brendan Foran and Apurva Mehta; Brett Kaufman; Colleen Bell, Miriam Belmaker and Donald Henry; Cynthianne Debono Spiteri, Amanda Henry and Oliver Craig Discussant: Robert Tykot Symposium People and Plants: Migration and Exchange in the Circum-Caribbean Chairs: Ivan Roksandic; David Smith Participants: Ivan Roksandic; Carney Matheson, Felicia Joseph, Ivan Roksandic, Roberto Rodríguez Suárez and Antonio

Martínez-Fuentes; David Smith; Bill Buhay, Yadira Chinique de Armas, Roberto Rodriguez, David Smith and Mirjana Roksandic; Menno Hoogland, Hayley Mickleburgh and Anne van Duijvenbode; Darlene Weston, Roberto Valcárcel Rojas, Menno Hoogland and Corinne Hofman; Mirjana Roksandic, Carlos Arredondo, Yadira Chinique des Armas and Stephanie Armstrong; Jason Laffoon; Jason Yaremko Discussants: William Keegan; Corinne Hofman; Jago Cooper; Reniel Rodriguez Ramos; Mary Jane Berman Symposium Understanding the Hawaiian Past: A session in honor of four decades of archaeology by Patrick V. Kirch Chairs: Mark McCoy; Jennifer Kahn; Marshall Weisler Participants: Melinda Allen; Marshall Weisler; Carl Christensen; Thegn Ladefoged and Michael Graves; Oliver Chadwick, Peter Vitousek and Sara Hotchkiss; Robert Hommon; Thomas Dye; Jennifer Kahn; Mark McCoy; Peter Mills and Steven Lundblad; James Bayman; James Flexner; Kathleen Kawelu Discussant: Patrick Kirch Symposium Contemporary Approaches to History and Chronology Building: Perspectives from the Eastern Maya Lowlands Chairs: Valorie Aquino; Mikael Fauvelle Participants: Mikael Fauvelle and Geoffrey Braswell; Valorie Aquino, Keith M. Prufer and Douglas J. Kennett; Jillian Jordan and Keith Prufer; Claire Novotny; Keith Prufer; Geoffrey Braswell and Beniamino Volta; Brett Houk, Gregory Zaro, Brendan Culleton and Douglas Kennett; Julie Hoggarth; Nancy Peniche May; Wendy Dorenbush; Anna Novotny; David Mixter and Lisa LeCount Discussants: Geoffrey Braswell; Douglas Kennett Symposium Circumpolar Ceramics: Pottery Technology and the ‘Foraging Spectrum’ Chairs: Kevin Gibbs; Peter Jordan Participants: Junzo Uchiyama; Hirofumi Kato; Shelby Anderson; Erik Gjesfjeld; Peter Hommel, Peter Day, Peter Jordan and Viktor Mikhailovich Vetrov; Liam Frink and Karen Harry; Toshiro Yamahara; Fredrik Hallgren; Rick Knecht, Ana Jorge and Kate Britton; Tetsuhiro Tomoda; Karine Tache and Oliver Craig; Sven Isaksson, Peter Jordan and Kevin Gibbs; Oliver Craig, Carl Heron, Junko Habu, Mio Katayama Owens and Yastami Nishida; Matthew Boyd, Andrew Lints, Clarence Surette and Scott Hamilton; Yastami Nishida, Hayley Saul, Carl Heron and Oliver Craig Discussant: Brian Hayden

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Sponsored Symposium Lessons from the Trenches II: New Pedagogies of Archaeology and Heritage (Sponsored by Heritage Values Interest Group) Chair: Phyllis Messenger Participants: Emanuela Bocancea and Krysta Ryzewski; Robert MacDonald; Elizabeth Kryder-Reid; Shereen Lerner and Rachel Most; Eleanor King; Bonnie Clark; Willem Willems; Sandra Scham; Phyllis Messenger; Carol Ellick; Beverly Chiarulli; Phillip Neusius, Sarah Neusius, Beverly Chiarulli and Ben Ford; Dean Snow; Elaine Franklin Discussants: Elizabeth Chilton; Larry Zimmerman General Session Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction Chair: Elizabeth Scharf Participants: Elizabeth Scharf and Nicholas Schamens; Calla McNamee, Christopher R. Moore, Mark J. Brooks, Andrew H. Ivester and James K. Feathers; Gabrielle Purcell; Martina Steffen Symposium Multidisciplinary Analysis of Human Skeletal Remains from a Mid-19th Century Cemetery in Connecticut Chairs: Yukiko Tonoike; Nicholas Bellantoni Participants: Nicholas Bellantoni; Anthony Griego and Dan W. DeLuca; Sarah Brownlee, Gary Aronsen and Ana Marichal; Gary Aronsen, Ana Marichal and Sarah Brownlee; Natalie Pelletier, Tania Blyth, Robert Lombardo, Gerald Conlogue and Gary Aronsen; Gerald Conlogue, Tania Blyth, Natalie Pellitier, Robert Lombardo and Kim Laura Ziegler; Lars Fehren-Schmitz; John Krigbaum, George Kamenov, Benjamin Valentine and Gary Aronsen; Yukiko Tonoike Discussants: Gary Aronsen; Nicholas Bellantoni Symposium Tools of Empire: Historical Archaeologies of British Forts in Their Contexts Chairs: Christopher DeCorse; Zachary Beier Participants: David Starbuck; Amy Roache-Fedchenko; Douglas Pippin; Robert Cromwell; Douglas Wilson; Zachary Beier; Gerald Schroedl; Liza Gijanto; Christopher DeCorse Discussant: Zachary Beier General Session By Design: Iconography in Social and Cosmological Negotiations Chair: Ryan Wheeler Participants: Joanna Ostapkowicz; Ian MacRae; Rebecca Schwendler; Steven Dorland; Sarah Kerchusky; Peter Eeckhout; Nadya Prociuk; Ryan Wheeler; Bretton Giles

preliminary program

Symposium Forensic Archaeology at the JPAC-CIL: Excavating the Atypical in the Modern World Chairs: Owen O’Leary; Denise To Participants: Owen O’Leary and Denise To; Kelley Esh, Andrew Pietruszka and Penny Minturn; Denise To and Owen O’Leary; Jesse Stephen and Hugh Tuller; Sabrina Taala; Cullen Black and Joshua Toney; Andrew Pietruszka and Richard Wills; Ashley Burch, Jennie Jin, Carrie LeGarde and Elizabeth Okrutny; Calvin Shiroma and Bradley Jones; Sean Tallman and Mindy Simonson; Derek Congram and Greg Berg; Marin Pilloud and Mary Megyesi


General Session Collaborative and Community Archaeology Chair: Charles Bello Participants: Charles Bello, Alvin J. Windy Boy, Sr., Robert C. O’Boyle and Duncan Standing Rock; James Herbert and Sean P. Connaughton; Amanda Marshall and Jennifer Lewis; Elisabeth Cutright-Smith; Jennifer Lewis; Sarah Carr-Locke; Howard Higgins; Ruth-Rebeccalynne Aloua; Kathrina Aben; Annette Ruzicka and Colin Grier; Lauren Herckis; Tricia Jarratt and Ramona Nicholas General Session Advances in Zooarchaeological Method: Case Studies from Around the World Chair: Robert Jeske Participants: Allison Grunwald; Ariana Lambrides and Marshall Weisler; Charlotte Oskam, Morten Allentoft, Richard Holdaway, Chris Jacomb and Michael Bunce; Michael Bunce, Daithi Murray, James Haile, Nicole White and Joe Dortch; Antonia Santangelo; Katharine Fernstrom; Richard Edwards; Benjamin Porter, Benjamin Porter, Alan Farahani and Melanie Miller; Corey ODriscoll and Jessica Thompson; Levent Atici and Burçin Erdogu; Shannon Goshen; Zoe Morris, Christine White, Lisa Hodgetts and Fred Longstaffe; Robert Jeske and Roberta Boczkiewicz General Session Landscapes and Space: Case Studies from the Americas Chair: Lindsay Amundsen-Meyer Participants: Lindsay Amundsen-Meyer; Shannon Koerner and Bretton Giles; Katherine Tarascio; Cosimo Sgarlata; Susan Prezzano; Jessica Hedgepeth, Arthur Joyce, Michelle Goman and William Middleton; Giovanna Liberotti and Annick Daneels; Matthew Pailes; William McFarlane and Miranda Suri; Thomas Leppard, John Cherry, Krysta Ryzewski and Emanuela Bocancea; Esteban Gomez and Elisa León; Kaitlyn Moore Poster Session Beads: More than Decoration Participants: Curtis Dean; Danielle Raad and Cheryl Makarewicz; Jonathan Walz; Emily Wilkerson and Ania Baran Poster Session Ceramic Studies in the American Southwest Participants: Judith Habicht-Mauche and Suzanne Eckert; Suzanne Eckert, David Snow, Kari Schleher, Judith Habicht-Mauche and W. D. James; Sachiko Sakai; Thomas Wambach; Jordan Jarrett and Andrew Duff; Shilo Bender, Jeffrey Ferguson and Scott VanKeuren; Samantha Linford and Michael Whalen; Emma Britton; Victoria Evans and Warren Lail

Poster Session New World Ceramic Technology Participants: Andrea Einck; Travis Freeland; Sylvie Kvetinova; Benjamin Nigra, Kevin Hill, Michael Rosales, Chloe Tolman and Camille Weinberg; Edward Zegarra; Sarah Nixon and James VanderVeen; Elizabeth Jaroszewski Poster Session Archaeology and the Public Participants: Paula Sutton and Rita Harder; Patrick Hadel, Joan Schnieder and Rusty Stone; James VanderVeen and Joshua Wells; Ryan Washam; Paul Burnett; Eleonora Gandolfi, Graeme Earl and Simon Keay; Alvin Windy Boy, Robert O’Boyle, Charles Bello and Duncan Standing Rock Sr.; Robert O’Boyle, Alvin Windy Boy Sr. and Jason Brown

Participants: Hans Christian Gulløv; Einar Lund Jensen; Peter Andreas Toft; Beatrix Arendt; Lucianne Lavin; Leland Ferguson; Mick Morrison and McNaughton Darlene Sponsored Symposium The Archaeology of the Human Experience (Sponsored by Archaeology Division of the AAA) Chairs: Michelle Hegmon; Margaret Nelson Participants: Michelle Hegmon; Catherine Cameron; Scott Ortman; Amanda Logan and Ann Stahl; Laura Swantek, Jacob Freeman, Katja Brundiers and Erica Reyes; Timothy Dennehy, Benjamin Stanley and Michael Smith; Christian Isendahl and Vernon Scarborough; Margaret Nelson, Scott Ingram, Matthew Peeples, Andrew Dugmore and Seth Brewington; Seth Brewington; Debra Martin General Session Bioarchaeology in the Americas Chair: Bernardo Arriaza Participants: Danielle Kurin and Enmanuel Gomez Choque; Pedro Da-Gloria and Clark Larsen; Bernardo Arriaza, Vivien Standen, Karl Reinhard, Jorg Heukelbach and Katharina Dittmar de la Cruz; Christine Pink; Aimee Huard; Amanda Winburn; Gabriela Solís-Pichardo, Peter Horn, Teodoro Hernández-Treviño and Linda R. Manzanilla; Bastien Llamas and Wolfgang Haak; Priscilla Mollard

Poster Session The Impacts of Public Archaeology Programs: Evaluating Participant Responses and Feedback Chair: Helen Keremedjiev Participants: Suzanne Pilaar Birch; Robert Connolly; Helen Keremedjiev; Meredith Langlitz and Ben Thomas; Maureen Malloy; Jeanne Moe and Crystal Alegria; Sarah Myers, Sarah Nixon, Bryan Dull and James VanderVeen; John Swogger Sponsored Poster Session Powering the Present While Preserving the Past: Cultural Resources Management of Large-Scale Hydroelectric Projects (Sponsored by HDR Engineering, Inc.) Chair: Dawn Ramsey Ford Participants: Judith Marvin and Rebecca Kellawan; Sandra Flint; Dawn Ramsey Ford; Robert Quiggle Symposium A World Archaeology Approach to Studying Moravian Missions Chair: Beatrix Arendt

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Symposium Exposed Sites and Burials in Areas of Drought: Aspects for Mitigation Measures. Chairs: Mark Howe; Danny Walker Participants: Mark Howe; Leland Bement and Robert Blasing; Rory Becker, Danny Walker, Daniel Lynch and Steve Haak; Jason Cooper and Tim Gerrish; Margan Grover; Michaelyn Harle, Erin Pritchard and Edward Wells; Alan Skinner and Catrina Whitley Symposium Teotepec in Context: New Findings from the Tuxtlas Mountains, Southern Veracruz, Mexico Chairs: Philip Arnold; Amber VanDerwarker Participants: Philip Arnold; Nathan Wilson and Xochitl Leon Estrada; Amber VanDerwarker; Thomas Barrett and Ron Kneebone; Christopher Pool, Philip Arnold and Ponicano Ortiz; Lourdes Budar; Marcie Venter General Session New Data and Ideas in Polynesian Archaeology Chair: Barry Rolett Participants: Ella Ussher, Alex Pryor and Matthew Prebble; Seth Quintus; Rose Whitau and Matiu Prebble; Tamara Maric; Daniel Stueber; Barry Rolett, Eric West, John Sinton and Radu Iovita; Brian Lane and Beau DiNapoli


Homsey, Kayce Humkey, Alessandra Daniel and Kaitlyn Calvert; Evan Peacock and Timothy M. Ryan; Lori Roe, Anthony Ortmann, Lara Homsey and Kit Wesler Discussant: Julie Stein

General Session Indigenous Responses to Colonialism in Historic Archaeology Chair: Jennifer Mathews Participants: Emily Root-Garey; Robert Case; Laurie Weinstein and Diane Hassan; Jennifer Mathews and John Gust; Di Hu

Symposium Bodies of Evidence: Integrating Mortuary and Osteological Analyses Chairs: Ryan Harrod; Kyle Waller Participants: Catrina Whitley; Robin Yim, Rebecca E. Shattuck, Kelsi Wilson and Kyle D. Waller; Pamela Stone, Ryan Harrod and Debra Martin; John McClelland; Kyle Waller; Haagen Klaus, Rosabella Alvarez-Calderon, Melisa Del Alcázar Orosco, Fernando Carranza Melgar and Rocío Torres; Jessica Cerezo-Roman and James Watson; Christina Torres-Rouff, Kelly Knudson and Emily Stovel; Peer Moore-Jansen and James Simmerman Discussant: Gordon Rakita

sUnday morning, april 7 Sponsored Forum Open Access—Is it good for archaeology? (Sponsored by Ethics Committee) Moderator: Sandra Scham Discussants: Susan Bruning; David Thulman; Karen Supak Sponsored Symposium Obsidian Characterization in the Pacific Ring of Fire (Sponsored by IAOS—International Association for Obsidian Studies) Chairs: Jeffrey Ferguson; Kyle Freund Participants: Kyle Freund; Jeffrey Ferguson and Masami Izuho; Richard Hughes; Michael Glascock, Michael Ohnersorgen, J. Andrew Darling and Daniel E. Pierce; Charles Stern Discussant: Robert Tykot Sponsored Symposium Creative Alternatives for Managing Cultural Resources on Military Installations (Sponsored by National Guard Bureau) Chair: Jake Fruhlinger Participants: Kristen Mt. Joy, Heidi Fuller, Jimmy Arterberry and Holly Houghten; Jake Fruhlinger and Nick Nydegger; Shaun Nelson, John Crane and Kenneth Cannon; Ted Neff, Kenneth Cannon, Molly Cannon, William Eckerle and Paul Santarone; Cynthia Munoz and Raymond Mauldin; Rebecca Klein; Chantal McKenzie Symposium When Humans Dominated the Earth: Archaeological Perspectives on the Anthropocene Chair: Todd Braje Participants: Todd Braje and Jon Erlandson; Bruce Smith and Melinda Zeder; C. Melvin Aikens; Anna Roosevelt; Douglas Kennett; Torben Rick, Patrick Kirch, Jon Erlandson and Scott Fitzpatrick; Kent Lightfoot, Lee Panich, Tsim Schneider and Sara Gonzalez Discussant: Jon Erlandson Symposium Microartifact Analysis: Recent Applications and Methods Chairs: Anthony Ortmann; Lara Homsey Participants: Howard Cyr, Esther Rimer, Kandace Hollenbach and Keith Little; Phyllis Rigney; Anthony Ortmann and Caroline Schmidt; Lynn Rainville; Lara

Symposium Community Studies in Archaeology: Ways Forward Chairs: Scott Johnson; Meaghan Peuramaki-Brown Participants: Scott Johnson; Naoise Mac Sweeney; Meaghan Peuramaki-Brown; Michael Kolb and James Snead; Katharine Ellenberger; Edward Schortman and Patricia Urban; Sharisse McCafferty and Geoffrey McCafferty; Shanna Diederichs, Scott G. Ortman, Kari L. Schleher and Mark D. Varien Discussants: Jason Yaeger; Marcello Canuto Symposium Ceramics and Society in early Mesoamerica and the Aegean Chairs: Peter Day; Wesley Stoner Participants: David Cheetham, Clarus Backes, James Burton, Michael D. Glascock and Hector Neff; Deborah Nichols, Wesley Stoner, Bridget Alex and Destiny Crider; Ronald Bishop, James Doyle Doyle, Socorro Jiménez Alvarez, Iliana Ancona Aragón and James Blackman; Mia Jorgensen and Wesley Stoner; Wesley Stoner and Christopher Pool; Peter Day, Anno Hein, Vassilis Kilikoglou, Noémi Müller and David Wilson; Clare Burke Davies, Peter. M. Day, Anno Hein, Aggeliki Kossyva and James. R. Wiseman; Vassilis Kilikoglou, Ourania Kouka, Maria Relaki, Vasif Sahoglu and David E Wilson; Roberta Mentesana, Peter M. Day and Simona Todaro; Will Gilstrap, Peter M. Day, Christina Marabea, Konstantina Kaza and Eleni Konsolaki Discussant: Roger Doonan Symposium Late Prehistory and Early Historic Periods in the Korean Region Chair: Rory Walsh Participants: SookChung Shin, Habeom Kim and Song Nai Rhee; J. Rachel Lee, Ho-Pil Yun and Yong-Geun Park; Sangtaek Lim; Ha Beom Kim; Kang Won Oh; Mark Byington and Sunmi Park; Sungjoo Lee;

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JeongYong Seong; Rory Walsh; Sarah Nelson Discussant: Gyoung-Ah Lee Symposium The Frison Institute Symposium: Dates as Data: New Applications of Radiocarbon Dating to Archaeological Problems Chairs: Robert Kelly; Nicolas Naudinot Participants: Kevan Edinborough, Stephen Shennan, Adrian Timpson, Sean Downey and Mark Thomas; Jim Railey; Philippe Crombé and Erick Robinson; David Rhode and P. Jeffrey Brantingham; Jesse Ballenger and Jonathan Mabry; Nicolas Naudinot, Antonin Tomasso, Giampaolo Dalmeri, Marco Peresani and Carlo Tozzi; Kenichi Kobayashi; Mark Becker and Ian Scharlotta; Marcus Hamilton and Briggs Buchanan; James Steele; Brendan Culleton, Douglas J. Kennett and David Hurst Thomas; HB Thakar Discussant: John Rick Symposium Archaeologies, legacies, and heritages of colonial encounters in the Pacific and the Caribbean Chairs: Corinne Hofman; Ian Lilley Participants: Anja Vroegop; Chris Ballard; Reniel Rodriguez Ramos; Geoffrey Clark; Roberto Valcarcel and Menno Hoogland; Chris Gosden; Corinne Hofman and Irvince Auguiste; Christophe Sand; Douglas Armstrong; Anita Smith; Matthew Spriggs and James Flexner; Peter Siegel, Renzo S. Duin and Jimmy L.J.A. Mans Discussant: John Terrell General Session Emerging Perspectives in Hawaiian Archaeology Chair: Regina Hilo Participants: Regina Hilo; Rosanna Runyon Thurman; Martha Noyes; W. Masse, Rubellite Kawena Johnson and H. David Tuggle; Stanley Bond; Paul Langenwalter General Session Architecture, Landscapes, and Seascapes in South America Chair: Phil Riris Participants: Phil Riris; Matthew Piscitelli and Carmela Alarcón Ledesma; Mauricio Uribe; Ryan Clasby; Matthew Warren; Randy Hahn and Arturo Rivera; Kari Zobler; Anna Harkey; James Richardson General Session Ritual, Economy, and Environment in the Ancient Maya World Chair: Justine Shaw Participants: Debora Trein; Jack Barry and Gyles Iannone; Justin Bracken; Paulo Medina; Lindsay Robinson and Laura Villamil; Justine Shaw; Megan Leight; Robyn Dodge; Megan Thibodeau, William Saturno, Heather Hurst and Francesco Berna; María del Domínguez, Yolanda Espinosa and Javier Reyes; Diana Fridberg, Olivia Navarro Farr, Griselda Perez Robles and Damaris Menendez; Kiri Hagerman; Christopher Duffy, Lorne Leonard and Douglas Kennett

preliminary program

General Session Great Plains Archaeology Chair: Brandi Bethke Participants: Craig Smith; Dayna Reale; Daniel Pugh; Veronica Mraz; Brandi Bethke


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soCieTy for ameriCan arChaeology • 78Th annUal meeTing • april 3–7, 2013 • honolUlU, haWaii • Advance Registration forms must be received by March 4, 2013; 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 4, 2013. A $25 processing fee will be retained. Program participants are not eligible for refunds after December 1, 2012. Refund requests will be processed after the meeting. “No shows” receive no refund.

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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.

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  Student  Joint

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0 Journals $____________ 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. The SAA Archaeological Record All member types, except Joint, receive a complimentary subscription to The SAA Archaeological Record. The record is also available digitally on the public side of SAAweb. Please indicate below how you would like to receive this publication:  Print and electronic  Electronic only Electronic Publications and Services The following services require a current email address (see above) 0 $ __________  Government Affairs Update (Email) JSTOR access to American Antiquity & Latin American Antiquity 25  Members in countries with Standard Rates* $ __________ 5  Members in countries with Discount Rates* $ __________

I wish to join the following interest group(s):  Digital Data  Fiber/Perishables  Geoarchaeology  Heritage Values  History of Archaeology  Indigenous Populations  Island and Coastal Archaeology  Military Archaeological Resources Stewardship  Prehistoric Quarries & Early Mines  Public Archaeology  Rock Art  Women in Archaeology  Zooarchaeology and Bone Technology

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TOTAL: $____________  Check or money order enclosed (payable in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank)  VISA  MasterCard  American Express

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

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Program Committee Chair Gordon F.M. Rakita, RPA University of North Florida Program Assistant Shaza Wester Davis University of North Florida Committee Members Keith Ashley University of North Florida Jane Eva Baxter, RPA DePaul University Caryn M. Berg, RPA Left Coast Press Inc. Virginia L. Butler Portland State University Ethan E. Cochrane The University of Auckland Liam Frink University of Nevada Las Vegas Brett Hill Hendrix College Terry L. Hunt University of Hawaii Joseph W. Lehner Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Ernest S. Lohse Idaho State University

Desiree R. Martinez Harvard University

Mary Beth D. Trubitt Arkansas Archaeological Survey

Jerry D. Moore California State University Dominguez Hills

Christian Wells University of South Florida

Juliet E. Morrow Arkansas State University Marit K. Munson Trent University David L. Peterson Idaho State University Sean Rafferty State University of New York Albany Kathryn Reese-Taylor University of Calgary John D. Rissetto University of New Mexico Kari L. Schleher Crow Canyon Archaeology Center Rebecca H. Schwendler Paleowest Archaeology Miriam T. Stark University of Hawaii Christina Torres-Rouff University of California Merced

Society for American Archaeology 1111 14th St. NW Suite 800 Washington, DC 20005 Telephone: +1 202/789-8200 Fax: +1 202/789-0284

David R. Yesner University of Alaska Anchorage Local Advisory Committee Co-Chairs James M. Bayman University of Hawaii Kathleen L. Kawelu University of Hawaii SAA Board of Directors Officers W. Fredrick W. Limp, RPA President Jeffrey H. Altschul, RPA President-Elect Janet E. Levy, RPA Secretary Christina Rieth, RPA Secretary-Elect Alex W. Barker, RPA Treasurer

Eduardo G. Neves Alston V. Thoms, RPA Melinda A. Zeder Ex-officio Board Member Tobi A. Brimsek Staff Tobi A. Brimsek Executive Director David Lindsay Manager, Government Affairs Maureen Malloy Manager, Education and Outreach John Neikirk Manager, Publications Meghan Tyler Manager, Membership and Marketing Cheng Zhang Manager, Information Services Shelley Adams Coordinator, Financial and Administrative Services Alyssa Barnett Coordinator, Membership and Meetings

Board Members-at-large Suzanne K. Fish Kelley Hays-Gilpin, RPA Sarah A. Herr, RPA

Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Hanover, PA 17331 PERMIT NO. 4

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