2012 AIA Annual Meeting Call for Papers: First Deadline Approaching
- Apologies for cross posting
The first submission deadline for the AIA's 113th Annual Meeting, to be
held in Philadelphia, PA, January 5-8, 2012, is rapidly approaching. The
AIA invites archaeologists and scholars from related fields to submit a
session or paper for consideration for inclusion in the Academic
Deadlines for Submissions
The schedule for submission of sessions and papers has two deadlines.
The first deadline is in March for all colloquia (including joint
AIA/APA sessions), workshops, and any open-session presenters who
require an early decision. This will allow all accepted presenters
adequate time to apply for funding and for any non-U.S. Resident to
apply for a visa. The second deadline is in August and is for all other
open session paper and poster submissions and resubmission of
provisionally accepted colloquia. We have also implemented a two-week
grace period for both deadlines. Submissions will still be accepted for
two weeks following each deadline but with an administrative fee of $25.
The two deadlines are:
Sunday, March 13, 2011 and Sunday, March 27 (with $25 fee)
This deadline is applicable to all workshops and colloquia including
joint AIA/APA colloquia, and any open-session submissions needing an
early decision to acquire a visa or obtain funding.
Sunday, August 7, 2011 and Sunday, August 21 (with $25 fee)
This deadline is applicable for all other workshops, open session paper
and posters submissions, and any provisionally accepted colloquia that
The submission system will be open through August 21, 2011. If you
expect to be in the field without internet access you may submit your
abstracts early, but you will not be notified of the PAMC's decision
until September 16, 2011.
The full Call for Papers and submission instructions are available on
the AIA website (www.archaeological.org/annualmeeting). Please be sure
to review these instructions prior to submitting your abstract or
session. All submissions must be made by means of online submission via
the AIA website. All submissions, of course, must pass the PAMC's
vetting process to be put onto the program. As with past meetings, all
submissions must be made electronically. The online submission forms and
supporting documents are available on the AIA website.
* View the 2012 Call for Papers -
* Online Submission Forms -
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