2013 Spring Meeting Call for Papers, Preliminary Program

Submitted by Pamela Baughman (sgasecretary@thesga.org)


Join us on Saturday, May 18th, 2013 for the Spring Meeting of the Society for Georgia Archaeology. The theme for Archaeology Month is “Digging and Diving into the Past: Celebrating 20 Years of Georgia Archaeology Awareness.”

Papers that focus on archaeological research in Georgia and within this thematic category will be considered for the program. Each presenter should plan for a presentation of 20 minutes or less including time for questions at the end. Please submit your title and abstract (100 words) electronically to Pamela Baughman by by clicking here by March 15th, 2013 (this deadline allows time to print presentation titles in The Profile). Presentations will be accepted with the number of slots being limited to eight. For questions, please call 706-399-6966 or email Pam by clicking here.

The conference presentations will take place in the Theater of the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame, located at 301 Cherry St., Macon 31208. Presentations will occur in the morning session, from 9:15-11:30AM. Coffee and refreshments will be provided. All participants must pay registration fees according to membership category. A boxed lunch (Subway) will be available for purchase during early registration.

After lunch, conference participants are also cordially invited to attend an afternoon session and tour at Ocmulgee National Monument, located at 1207 Emery Highway on the outskirts of Macon. Afternoon presentations will focus on the topic, “Ocmulgee Archaeology: The Past 25 Years.” Slots for presentations during this session are by invitation only.

For a PDF version of this Call for Papers announcement, please click here. For a downloadable PDF of the Preliminary Program for the 2013 Spring Meeting of the SGA, please click here.

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