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2015 ACUA Underwater Archaeology Proceedings Early Registration Open

We hope that you will be joining us at the SHA Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology in Seattle. If you are attending and presenting a paper on underwater archaeology we would like to remind you that your paper could also be published in the 2015 ACUA Underwater Archaeology Proceedings. Early registration is now open. REGISTER NOW  Authors will receive a confirmation email with additional details after signing up.

Big Changes Coming to ACUA Photo Contest 2015

The ACUA is pleased to announce its new and improved annual Photo Contest. For 2015 the ACUA has added three new categories:

  • Diversity: the image should capture a moment in time that reflects the collaborative, inclusive, and/or global nature of our discipline
  • Artist’s Perspective: hand or computer aided illustration of a site or artifact
  • Video: a 3-minute film about an aspect of your site or project

For the first time, the ACUA is including a People’s Choice Award – with online voting open to all SHA members – not just conference attendees! For more information click here

ACUA Deep Thoughts Blog – No Need to Feel Isolated

The 50th anniversary of the ACUA passed last year, and the new ACUA Chair Kim Faulk has asked a number of individuals to contribute blogs to the Deep Thoughts series to celebrate this milestone and to reflect on what the ACUA has meant, and continues to mean, to each of us. Past board member Dr. Dolores Elkin reflects on “No Need to Feel Isolated” in this blog in our series of anniversary blogs.

Submerged Cultural Resources Workshop 2015

The next Submerged Cultural Resources Awareness Workshop will be held during the annual Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology on Wednesday, January 7, 2015, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. For more information download the workshop flyer: ACUA Workshop Flyer2015 This workshop is certified by RPA and provides CPE credits.

SHA Conference in Seattle – Register Now

Registration is now open for the Society for Historical Archaeology’s 2015 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, January 7-10, 2015 in Seattle, Washington. The Conference will include three full days of sessions, social events, tours, workshops, and roundtable luncheons. For information on the Conference and the reservation link to the Seattle Sheraton Hotel, please visit the SHA 2015 Conference webpage at: http://www.sha.org/index.php/view/page/annual_meetings

To register for the Conference and/or review the program of general sessions, forums, panels, and symposia go to: https://www.conftool.com/sha2015/

The early conference registration deadline is December 1, 2014. After that date, registration rates will increase, so register early. Please contact the SHA at hq@sha.org with any questions on the SHA 2015 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology. We look forward to seeing you in Seattle!

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