Message #102
From: AzTeC SW Archaeology SIG
To:   "'Matthias Giessler'" 

Date: Tue, 10 Mar 1998
Subject: Concepts of Culture (1998 Pecos Conference)

[ AzTeC / SWA SASIG ] :

[ SASIG Ed. Note -- The 1998 Pecos Conference will
use the image from Kidder's published field notes:
"Pecos, New Mexico: Archaeological Notes" published
by Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass, 1958. It is
Figure 22, on page 67 and it was scanned directly
from the book with permission from Phillips Academy.
More conference information appears on the
SWA 1998 Pecos Conference webpage ]

From: Judy Reed

C A L L     F O R     P A P E R S

Pecos Conference 1998, Pecos National Historical Park

August 13-16

The 1998 Pecos Conference is returning once again
to its birthplace! This year's focus is on the
archeological "concepts of culture." Three
symposia are being arranged and special guest
presenters for each have been invited to speak. In
addition to the symposia, the traditional
solicitation for general papers is hereby made. We
ask that the length be 8 to 10 minutes and pertain
to archeological break throughs, updates, unique
discoveries, challenges, and concerns, including
constructive reviews of archeology  from outside
the archeological perspective. If you are
interested in presenting a paper, please fill out
the required information and return it to Judy Reed,
Pecos NHP, P.O. Box 418, Pecos, NM  87552; Judy Reed.
Requests to present a paper must be received
by June 1st. We expect the program to fill up
so please be timely in your submittal. Some papers
may be rejected if we max out our capacity.

Send the following information:

Author's Name                                                      
Mailing Address                                                    
Telephone No:                                                       
Title of Paper:                                                                                
Abstract (3 or 4 sentences):

Event Manager: Judy Reed
SPONSORS: National Park Service, Museum of New
Mexico, US Forest  Service, Robert S. Peabody
Museum of Archaeology, School of American Research