Message #348:
From: AzTeC SW Archaeology SIG
To:   "'Matthias Giessler'" 
Subject: Plains Anthropological Conference
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 1997 19:47:33 -0700

From:	Caryn Berg 

I apologize in advance for any multiple postings you may receive.
55th Annual Plains Anthropological Conference
November 19-22, 1997
University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
Abstract Deadlines:
Conference presentations may include organized symposia, individual
contributed papers, and posters or other similar education presentations.
Symposium abstracts (including full abstracts of all papers) are due
October 3, 1997.  Abstracts for all other presentations are due October 15,
1997.  All abstracts should be limited to 100 words or less.  Please
contact the Program Chair for the abstract form.
Student Papers:
Papers by students are particularly encouraged and, if the presenter
wishes, will be considered for the student paper award. 
For registration and other information, please contact:

Douglas Bamforth, Program Chair
Department of Anthropology
Campus Box 233
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309
Office: (303) 492-7586; Fax: (303) 492-1871
Conference Events:
The Early Bird Party will run from 7:30-11:30 pm on Wednesday, November 19.
 A cash bar and free beer will be available.
The Plains Anthropological Society Board of Directors will meet on
Wednesday, November 19 at 7:00pm and on Thursday, November 20, following
the Business Meeting.
We will continue the practice initiated in Iowa City of asking registrants
interested in luncheon discussions to specify on the registration for
topics they would like to discuss.  We will post lists of individuals with
related interests in the registration area in the UMC, and discussion
participants can choose the time and place for lunches.
We will continue the exchange of lithic material from the Plains and
adjacent areas initiated at the Iowa City meeting. The exchange will be
held on Friday, November 21 from 5-7 pm.
Due to the unpredictability of Boulder weather in November, we have
scheduled a limited number of trips to close and relatively accessible

Lamb Springs:  Late Pleistocene and Cody through Historic age site
excavated by the Smithsonian in the 1960s and 1980s; currently owned by the
Archaeological Conservancy and under study by the Denver Museum of Natural
Magic Mountain: Archaic through Woodland/Early Ceramic age site excavated
by Cynthia and Henry Irwin in 1950 and 1960; currently being reexcavated by
Centennial Archaeology.