Message #376:
From: AzTeC SW Archaeology SIG
To:   "'Matthias Giessler'" 
Subject: Sixth Biennial Southwest Symposium: Boundaries and Territories


[ AzTeC / SWA SASIG ] :

Sixth Biennial Southwest Symposium: Boundaries and Territories 
February 6 and 7, 1998
Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia
Hermosillo, Sonora Mexico.

Friday, February 6                                  
7:00-8:30 Registration for meetings, Centro de Convenciones, Araiza Inn, Lobby
8:30-8:50 Welcome                                     

8:50-9:30 Session 1

Distribution of Rock Art Symbolic Systems: Implications in Archaeological
Interpretation
Maria de la Luz Gutierrez, Organizer

Introduccion
Maria de la Luz Gutierrez

De tecnicas, formas y distribucion territorial: una hipotesis a considerar
relacionada con las manifestaciones grafico rupestres
Leticia Gonzalez

9:30-9:45 Break

9:45-10:45 Session I continued

Estilo, Contexto y Tradicion: Marcos Analiticos en la Identificacion del 
Arte Rupestre Coabuilteco
Breen Murray

Body or Soul The Diffusion of Rock Art Imaginery in Prehistoric Coahuila and
Texas
Solveign A. Turpin

Los contenidos esteticos de la practice social en el arte rupestre: un nuevo
enfoque explicative en el ambito de los estilos grafico-rupestres. El cave del
norte de Sinaloa y el noroeste, centro y sur de Chihuahua
Francisco Mendiola

10:45-11:00 Break

11:00-12:00 Session I continued

Prehistoric Cultural and Cosmological Landscapes along the Lower Colorado River
Joseph A. Ezzo

Indicios del pensamiento prehistorico: el contexto regional del sistema simbolico
rupestre en Baja California Central
Justin R. Hyland

Polly Schaafsma, Discussant

12:00-1:30 Lunch Break

Women in Southwest Archaeology Lunch "Networks and Careers"
Margaret Nelson, Organizer

1:30-2:30 Session II

Perspectives in Northwest Mexican Prehistory: From Dicotomy to Diversity
John P. Carpenter, Organizer

Fronteras
Beatriz Braniff

A Synopsis of Chihuahuan Archaeology
Jane H. Kelley, Joe D. Steward, Art C. MacWilliams, and Loy C. Neff

Durango, Mexico Prehistory
Michael S. Foster

2:30-2:45 Break

2:45-3:45 Session II continued

Of Red Rim and Red Wares: The Archaeology of Prehispanic Sinaloa
John P. Carpenter

Looking South from Arizona: Changing Views of Interaction
Paul R. Fish and Suzanne K. Fish

Boundaries in Prehispanic Zacatecas and Durango
Nicola Strazicich and Ben A. Nelson

3:45-4:00 Break

4:00-5:15 Session II continued

Frontiers and Boundaries, Ancient and Modern in Northern Mexico
Randall H. McGuire

Political Ecological Perspectives
Tom Sheridan

Norman Yoffee, Discussant
Elisa Villalpando, Discussant

6:00-7:30 Banquet, Centro de Convenciones Araiza Inn, Salon
Advanced registration required by January 15,1998

7:30-9:00 Roundlable Centro de Convenciones Araiza Inn

Boundaries and Territories, Native Americans' View
Peter Steere, Organizer

Saturday, February 7 :

8:50-9:50 Session III

Beyond Normative Boundaries
Eden E. Welker and Inga E. Calvin, Organizers

Beyond Normative Boundaries
Inga E. Calvin

Striving to Maintain Aggregation
Eden E. Welker

Social Variability and the Chaco System
Daniel A. Meyer

9:50-10:05 Break

10:05-11:05 Session III continuedIn Support of the Case for Independent Development in
West Central Chihuahua: New Evidence for an Old Argument
Loy C. Neff

Frontier Communities of the Mogollon Rim
Sarah Herr

Examining the Northern Tucson Basin Regional System: Recent Evidence from the
Los Robles and Marana Communities
Karen G. Harry

10:05-11:20 Break

11:20-12:00 Session III continuedSocial Identity, Household Reproduction, and
Interregional Interaction Among Small-Scale Societies
Mark Mitchell

Discussant

12:00-1:30 Lunch Break

1:30-2:30 Session IV

Of Old and New Homelands: The Shaping of the Southwest in the Contact Period
Deni J. Seymour, OrganizerTribal Stability, Change, and Conflict during the
Protohistoric Period in Arizona
Dennis Gilpin

Investigating Patterns of Cooperation and Conflict during the Contact I Period in
New Mexico
Chris Pearce and Ann F. Ramenofsky

Weapons and Tactics in Apache Warfare and Raiding: the Relationship Between 
Technology and Behavior
Mark E. Harlan

2:30-2:45 Break

2:45-4:05 Session IV continuedColonial Categories and Apache Identities
Ingo SchroederEarly Territorial Transition and Political Upheavals Among 
Indigenous Groups in the Southern Southwest
Deni Seymour

The Changing Settlement Patterns of the Suma Indians of E1 Paso and Northern
Chihuahua/Sonora, Mexico
Bill LockhartThe Probable Mesoamerican Origin of Kokopelli
J. Charles Kelley and Ellen Abbott Kelley

5:00-6:30 INAH Reception, Museo de Sonora

Permanent exhibit on Sonoran Archaeology and History, also a new exhibit
"No Boundaries: Aerial Photographs of the Colorado Plateau" by Adriel Heisey.

Poster Sessions will be held concurrently
(See Registration Form to submit a poster)

Friday Sessions will be held at Centro de Convenciones Hotel Araiza Inn
Saturday Sessions will be held at Sociedad Sonorense de Historia (downtown
Hermosillo)

GENERAL INFORMATION

Translation Services
Services will be avaiable on site for the two day of session.

Field Trip
An optional field trip to the sites of Trincheras and La Playa will be taken
on Sunday,  February 8th. University vans will leave Hermosillo hotels at 7am
and stop on the way back to Tucson. Those driving private vehicles may follow
the vans and/or meet in the town of Trincheras at 10 am. Estimated time of return
to Tucson area is 7pm, with a stop for lunch along the way.

Hotel Accommodations
The meeting hotel is the Hotel Araiza Inn. A conference rate is available.
Please make reservations on your own with the toll free reservation number:
1-800-927-2402 and mention Miss Irma Cota you are attending the Southwest Symposium.

single $ 74 double $ 80 $7 each extra person up to four per room

There are many other hotels and motels in the area, with a range of standard
rates:

Fiesta Americana $ 94 single, $ 99 double1-800-50450
Holiday Inn Valle Grande $ 94 single/double 1-800-62333
Best Western Senorial $ 73 single, $ 84 double 1-800-90475
Hotel Bugambilia  $ 64 single/double 1-800-62333
Hoteles Gandara $ 58 single/double 1-800-62344
Motel La Siesta $ 33 single/double 1-800-91190
Motel San Martm $ 30 single/double(62)10-4108

Travel

Via your own car -- From Tucson to Hermosillo it is 235 miles and takes
approximately five hours (including the stop at the border station). You should
go through the border check point 21 km south of Nogales and ask for a Sonora
Only pass. If you plan on going beyond the State of Sonora or leaving Sonora
through another route port-of-entry, you must get the standard permit/hologram.
In either case, you will need: (1) a valid driver's license; (2) a photocopy of
the vehicle registration or title, or notarized authorization from your lienholder
(if this pertains); and (3) all passengers must have a passport, or a copy of their
birth certificate and a photo id to obtain a visa (visa forms may be picked up in
advance at many insurance companies selling Mexican insurance, or at the border
station). If you are traveling beyond Sonora you will need a major credit card (no
debit cards) and there will be a $10 charge to your card. Mexican vehicle insurance
should be purchased before crossing the border. You will be taking the Pan-American
Highway (Highway l5), from Nogales all the way to Hermosillo. There are two toll
booths on the highway, which charge $32 Mex./$4 U.S. (U.S. Currency accepted).

Via University of Arizona van -- University vans will leave at staggered times on
the day before the meetings (Thurs. Feb 5th) from Tucson. Vans will leave at 8am,
10am, 11am, 12noon, 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm from the east end of the Tucson Airport terminal.
If you are driving as far as Tucson, there is a long-term city parking lot, marked
"Park and Save" that charges $4 per day with free shuttles to the airport terminal.
If you are interested in meeting the drivers at the University of Arizona instead,
the vans will make a stop one-half hour before the airport pickup in front (north
side) of the south building of the Arizona State Museum.

Via Air -- Several airlines have direct flights from Tucson to Hermosillo, Aeromexico
flies from Phoenix to Hermosillo. Tucson rates are generally less expensive, but be
sure to ask your travel agent to check both Phoenix and Tucson options.

SOUTHWEST SYMPOSIUM REGISTRATION FORM
Please return by January 15th to Southwest Symposium, c/o Department of Anthropology,
Haury Building, Tucson, AZ 85721-0030. Please make checks payable to Southwest
Symposium. Confirmation of receipt and transportation details will be sent. Please
include email address, if one, below.

_____ Meeting pre-registration
_____ Regular $25
_____ Student $10

*On site registration will be: Regular $30 Student $15

_____ Friday Women in Southwest Archaeology Lunch $11
(Mexican buffet with vegetarian options)

_____ Friday Evening Banquet $18
_____ Check here if you would like a vegetarian dinner

_____ Van transportation from Tucson to Hermosillo $40
_____ Specify pickup location
_____  (UofA or Tucson Airport)
_____ Specify Time (see schedule above)

_____ Check here if you will be on the Sunday field trip

_____ Translation Receivers $10.00

_____ TOTAL

_____ Check here if you are interested in taking the day-long field trip to
Trincheras and La Playa on Sunday, but will not be driving your own vehicle or
taking part in the Tucson shuttle (if there is enought interest, we may be able
to rent a van for the round-trip from Hermosillo).

In you are interested in presenting a poster, please provide the title of your
presentation:

Name
Phone #
email
Affiliation (for badge) 

For more information, contact Elisa Villalpando, INAH Sonora: 

Centro INAH Sonora
25 Aniversario
Apartado Postal 1664
Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico