PTA President and Principal Investigator Jan Campbell will is this month’s guest speaker at the Emerald Coast Archaeology Society meeting. The meeting will be held this Saturday (April 18, 2015) at 1:00 pm at the Indian Temple Mound (139 Miracle
PTA Archaeologist Jennifer Mack is enjoying the release of her book titled Dubuque’s Forgotten Cemetery, Excavating a Nineteenth-century Burial Ground in a Twenty-first-century City, co-authored with Robbie Lillie on their investigations of the cemetery conducted in 2007. The book is available for sale
Dr. Jennifer Wildt, PhD, will be presenting her dissertation this week at the Society of American Archaeology annual meeting in San Francisco, California. Her paper is titled “Public or Private: Adaptations in the Use of Public Space During the Maya Late Classic
LAS 2015 meeting will be held February 20-22, 2015 at the Motel 6 Conference Room in Leesville, Louisiana. The reception is from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the hotel conference room on Friday, February 20. Exhibits, book sales, and a
2015 FAS Annual Meeting will be held in Sarasota, Florida May 28-31 2015.
They are calling for Papers to be presented. The abstract deadline is Saturday, March 28, 2015.
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