21ST BIENNIAL MOGOLLON ARCHAEOLOGY CONFERENCE
Postponed until October 2022
The Organizing Committee regretfully announces that the 21st Biennial Mogollon Archaeology Conference is postponed until October, 2022. Owing to concerns about Covid-19 related issues, including the need to maintain social distance among participants, general safety concerns, and issues related to quarantines imposed on people returning from Arizona to other states, the conference is postponed.
The University of Arizona will host the 21st Biennial Mogollon Archaeology Conference in October 2022 in Tucson, Arizona. The conference is sponsored by Archaeology Southwest, the Arizona State Museum, Desert Archaeology, Diehl Research LLC, Logan Simpson Design, Tierra Right-of-Way Services, and Westland Resources.
A Mogollon Archaeological Research Round Robin virtual meeting is expected to occur on October 24 (or, if needed, October 24-25) 2022, via Zoom.
We encourage interested archaeological researchers that wish to participate to contact the Organizing Committee Chair (mdiehl [at] desert.com) so they may be added to the cc list for announcements and invitations to the Research Round Robin.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Papers, presentations, or special sessions are invited that relate to the prehistoric and historical archaeology of the Mogollon region in the broadest sense including eastern Arizona, Mimbres, Jornada Mogollon, Northern Chihuahua, and the Mogollon Rim areas, and interactions between people in those areas with Hohokam, Ancestral Pueblo, and Plains Native Americans.
Please submit your paper title and a 150-word abstract to the conference chair Dr. Michael W. Diehl by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Abstracts will be reviewed by the Conference Program Committee.
Anyone interested in organizing a relevant Special Session should prepare a proposal including session title, a list of participants, titles, and abstracts and submit it to Dr. Diehl for review and inclusion in the program.
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