|2011 Lapita Pacific Archaeology Conference|
|Monday, 10 January 2011 09:12|
2011 Lapita Pacific Archaeology Conference: “Pacific Archaeology: documenting the past 50,000 years to the present”. Second Announcement
This is the second announcement for the 2011 Lapita Pacific Archaeology Conference to be held in Samoa in 2011. The conference will be held from the 27th June to 1st July 2011, and will bring together the leading archaeologists working in the region to present the latest in their research areas. We invite submissions of papers on Pacific Archaeology and also session titles. If you have a paper and know of a session you wish to be part of please let us know in your submission. As we are also inviting suggestions for sessions, you may not know the full range of sessions in advance. In these cases papers will be allocated a session at a later date.
The web site address is:
The web site is still not 100% complete and will be updated over the next few months - but facilities are now available to register and to offer a paper or session.
The conference is organized by the National University of Samoa and the University of Otago. The objective of having the conference in Samoa is to showcase the National University of Samoa, and to help the teaching of archaeology.
The conference organising committee comprises Glenn Summerhayes (Otago, Anthropology and Archaeology), Tautala Asaua (National University of Samoa), Richard Walter (Otago Anthropology and Archaeology), Lisa Matisoo-Smith (Otago, Anatomy and Structural Biology), Hallie Buckley (Otago Anatomy and Structural Biology), Helene Martinsson-Wallin (University of Gotland) and David Addison (Community College, American Samoa).
|Last Updated on Monday, 10 January 2011 09:34|