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2024 Annual Meeting: "Considering Cultural Landscapes"

  • 7 Mar 2024
  • 8:00 AM (PST)
  • 10 Mar 2024
  • 5:00 PM (PDT)
  • Riverside Convention Center - 3637 5th St, Riverside, CA 92501-2816

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Base fee:
  • Conference pre-registration should be purchased by those that want to attend only the conference or the conference plus either the Banquet or Silent Auction. To purchase all three, use the Early Bird Package registration.
  • Conference pre-registration should be purchased by those that want to attend only the conference or the conference plus either the Banquet or Silent Auction.
  • Conference pre-registration should be purchased by those that want to attend only the conference or the conference plus either the Banquet or Silent Auction. To purchase all three, use the Early Bird Package registration.
  • Must provide proof of student status.
    Conference pre-registration should be purchased by those that want to attend only the conference or the conference plus either the Banquet or Silent Auction. To purchase all three, use the Early Bird Package registration.

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2024 ANNUAL MEETING INFORMATION 

The 58th Annual Meeting will be held March 7-10, 2024 at the Riverside Convention Center and the theme is Considering Cultural Landscapes. 

SCA’s 58th Annual Meeting theme is “Considering Cultural Landscapes,” chosen to acknowledge that archaeology, especially as it relates to Cultural Resource Management, has an augmented responsibility to identify and describe landscapes as resource categories. Due in part to investigations unprecedented in size and scope, landscapes have been used to embody associations and functions which evoke a sense of history for a specific place. Native American landscapes of both the recent and ancient past are increasingly recognized in part due to Native people communicating their unique perspective on places they live, and in part by archaeologists employing a structure for grouping related resources. Working in tandem, archaeologists, who may be responsible for evaluation and effects analyses, and Native people with cultural values and expertise about a place, together can provide context and perspective on these historically significant and expansive landscapes.



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Refunds for cancelled registrations will not be granted after February 16, 2024.  If you are unable to attend, your registration fee will be applied as a donation to the SCA.  


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