2021 ANNUAL MEETING

Hyatt Regency, San Francisco Airport

Save The Date

March 3- 6, 2022

Visalia, California

March 30- April 2, 2023

Oakland, California

2021 ANNUAL MEETING--DETAILS COMING SOON

The SCA Annual Meetings provide a platform for the sharing of data from active research in California and the regions that pertain to it, as well as the opportunity to discuss challenges to the practice of the discipline. 

The SCA is the largest state archaeology society in the USA, with a membership hovering around 1100 individuals, and annual meetings that regularly attract upwards of 800. Membership is diverse and includes students, Native American tribal members, and professional archaeologists working in CRM, academia, agencies, Tribal offices, and Museums. The sharing of data allows attendees to gain a view of the status of archaeology throughout the region. Workshops and forums focus on timely issues and provide practical as well as research oriented skills training. SCA meetings are both intellectually stimulating and fun, and they offer ample opportunities for professional networking and socializing with a community of individuals who are interested in and have dedicated their careers to historic preservation and California archaeology.  

The call for papers will go out in early October. Prepare to submit!

Preliminary Program

Final Program

Meeting App

Submissions

Travel

Vendor/Book Room

Volunteer

Hotel

Field Trips

Workshops

Keynote Speaker

Download SCA Mtg App

Ethics Bowl

IMPORTANT DATES

September 10, 2020

Prepare to Submit!

2021 ANNUAL MEETING

Hyatt Regency, San Francisco Airport

Save The Date

March 3- 6, 2022

Visalia, California

March 30- April 2, 2023

Oakland, California

2021 ANNUAL MEETING--DETAILS COMING SOON

The SCA Annual Meetings provide a platform for the sharing of data from active research in California and the regions that pertain to it, as well as the opportunity to discuss challenges to the practice of the discipline. 

The SCA is the largest state archaeology society in the USA, with a membership hovering around 1100 individuals, and annual meetings that regularly attract upwards of 800. Membership is diverse and includes students, Native American tribal members, and professional archaeologists working in CRM, academia, agencies, Tribal offices, and Museums. The sharing of data allows attendees to gain a view of the status of archaeology throughout the region. Workshops and forums focus on timely issues and provide practical as well as research oriented skills training. SCA meetings are both intellectually stimulating and fun, and they offer ample opportunities for professional networking and socializing with a community of individuals who are interested in and have dedicated their careers to historic preservation and California archaeology.  

The call for papers will go out in early October. Prepare to submit!

Preliminary Program

Final Program

Meeting App

Submissions

Travel

Vendor/Book Room

Volunteer

Hotel

Field Trips

Workshops

Keynote Speaker

Download SCA Mtg App

Ethics Bowl

IMPORTANT DATES

September 10, 2020

Prepare to Submit!