New SA Issue

Southeastern Archaeology 37.2 for August 2018 is being mailed out now. In it, guest editor Thomas J. Pluckhahn brings together six articles by former students of Mark Williams, on topics ranging from Woodland period site distribution to

Southeastern Archaeological Conference Election 2018

In order to extend the period of collaboration between the Editor and the Editor-elect, SEAC’s Executive Board has proposed that Article III, Section 3 of the organization’s Bylaws be amended. The proposed changes to SEAC’s Bylaws are in red

Native Affairs Speaker Fund

The Southeastern Archaeological Conference is pleased to announce the establishment of a Native Affairs Speakers Fund (NASF). The purpose of the fund is to facilitate communication, develop and strengthen relationships, and disseminate

New SA Issue

The new issue of Southeastern Archaeology is getting mailed. In it are three articles on Bayesian analysis of radiocarbon dates, two articles on distributions and meanings of Mississippian and Caddo artifacts, plus reviews of three recent books.

Position – Lecturer

The Department of Sociology and Anthropology in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences at Georgia Southern University invites applications and nominations for the position of Lecturer in Anthropology. This position is located on the

Position – Archaeologist/Field Director

Archaeologist/Field Director Position at New South Associates, Inc. New South Associates, Inc. is seeking to fill an Archaeologist/Field Director position stationed in its Stone Mountain, Georgia office. Assignment to a different office may be

NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and the Illinois Natural History Survey, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, announce the second year of a National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) site, Exploring

TAG 2018 Gainesville

The annual meeting of the Theoretical Archaeology Group – North America will convene May 11-13, 2018 on the campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville. The theme for TAG 2018 is “Matter Matters,” an archaeological exploration of