76th Annual Meeting in Jackson, MS (2019)

Online meeting registration will open June 1. Registration deadline for papers and posters is August 31.

    Until October 28

  • Regular Member: 100.00
  • Student Member: 50.00
  • Student Non-Member: 65.00
  • Non-Member: 135.00
  • Tribal Member: Free (with Tribally Issued Identification or CDIB card)
  • Guest Non-Archaeologist: 25.00 (On-site only)
    After October 28

  • Regular Member: 110.00
  • Student Member: 60.00
  • Student Non-Member: 75.00
  • Non-Member: 145.00
  • Tribal Member: Free (with Tribally Issued Identification or CDIB card)
  • Guest Non-Archaeologist: 25.00 (On-site only)

Please contact Jay Johnson at sajay@olemiss.edu if you need assistance with your registration. For a tribal member coupon code for free registration, please send a photo or scan of your card to sajay@olemiss.edu. Coupon code will be provided within 24 hours. To serve as lead author on a paper or poster, all participants, including tribal members, must be members of SEAC. To join, visit the Membership page.

If for any reason the registrant cannot attend the conference, SEAC Jackson 2019 will refund 75% of the registration fee upon official email request by August 31, 2019. Your registration confirmation information must be included in the refund request email. Please allow four (4) weeks for refund processing. Cancellations received after August 31, 2019 are nonrefundable; however, substitutions are welcome in lieu of cancellation at anytime.

SEAC Statement on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault

Archaeologists’ learning and work environments are the context not only for the many duties of professionals in our field but also for cultivating confident and effective future generations of archaeologists. The Southeastern Archaeological Conference places high value on assuring that educational and work experiences in archaeology are optimal for all to develop and practice relevant skills and knowledge. Sexual harassment and assault, and any form of intimidation based upon sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity, disability, national origin, religion, or marital status has been legally recognized as having a chilling effect on learning and workplace experiences, not only for the targets of such behavior but also for others witnessing it.

SEAC has taken steps to actively promote awareness of the issue of sexual harassment and assault and to help educate and move the membership toward a healthier environment in regard to the prevention of sexual harassment and sexual assault of its members. SEAC will not tolerate such behavior.

Organized Symposia

Symposium organizers must complete a symposium submission form for the symposium to be available to participants as a presentation option. Please complete the form below if you are the organizer/chair. Allow 24 hours for your symposium title to be available to presenters in the drop down menu of the registration form.

Symposium abstract is limited to 100 words. Half days sessions ideally consist of 9-11 twenty minute papers (including discussants and one break) running between 8:00 am-noon in the morning and 1:00 pm-5:00 pm in the afternoon. Full day sessions ideally consist of 18-22 twenty minute papers (including discussants and two breaks). For organized symposia with substantially less than the minimum “ideal” number of papers, we will make every effort to accommodate scheduling these within our available meeting room blocks.

Symposium Submission


To register for the conference and/or submit a paper or poster, please complete the form below. If you are not a 2019 SEAC member, please see the Membership page for instructions on how to join/renew.

Registration for Members

If you would like to attend but do not plan to register as a member and are NOT presenting, please complete the form below. Do NOT complete this form if you plan to present at the meeting.

Registration for Non-Members

If you have already registered to attend but would like to purchase additional tickets, either for a guest or for yourself, please complete the form below.

Add-On Tickets


To reserve one or more tables in the book room, or to pay for advertising in the bulletin, please complete the form below. For questions about advertising, please contact Jay Johsnon, sajay@olemiss.edu. For questions about the book room, please contact Maureen Meyers memeyer1@olemiss.edu.

Vendor Form

Number and Nature of Roles

No individual may have more than three participant roles (presenter, chair, moderator, or discussant) during the Annual Meeting, nor may s/he be the primary or lead author of a presentation or chair/co-chair more than once. Papers or posters read/presented on behalf of another primary author do not apply to this count (you can present for an absent colleague). First authors/presenters must also be members in SEAC to submit presentations. Second and subsequent authorship roles are unlimited and these roles do not require membership in SEAC.

Presentation Guidelines

Paper presentations are 20 minutes maximum. For visuals with your oral presentation, organize a PowerPoint file to provide to your session/symposium chair to load on his/her laptop well ahead of time. Although projectors are covered by our conference budget, other forms of audiovisual equipment are quite expensive and are not normally provided. If presenters require such equipment they may be asked to bear the cost. Please contact the conference organizers beforehand about any special audiovisual needs, and no later than August 31, 2019.

Symposium and session chairs must supply a laptop computer loaded with Microsoft Office PowerPoint software and obtain participants’ PowerPoint programs well in advance of the schedule session time. YOUR LAPTOP MUST HAVE A VGA CONNECTOR; if you have a MAC, make sure you have an appropriate adapter for a VGA connector.

Posters, whether individual or as part of a symposium, should be sized to fit on a display that measures 8 ft horizontally and 4 ft vertically. Mounting supplies are not provided; presenters need to bring their own pushpins for their displays.

Students are encouraged to attend and participate in the annual meeting in several ways. They can enter the SEAC 2019 Student Paper Competition, with prizes that are among the richest in the field. First place wins a large pile of publications and other items whose total value is several thousand dollars. Second-place prize is a lifetime SEAC membership and back issues of the SEAC journal, Southeastern Archaeology. All student entries must be sent in their final form to Competition Chair Greg Wilson, gdwilson@anth.ucsb.edu, by September 28, 2019. All entries must be included in the 2019 meeting program.

Don’t forget to check out SEAC 2019’s Facebook page for information on Jackson and the conference!