Changes for the 2016 Annual Meeting
The online forms have been integrated into the AIA website CMS. In order to submit a proposal for the 2016 Annual Meeting, you must have a registered account on the AIA Website. Without an account you cannot access the forms. You can create an account at http://www.archaeological.org/user/register. If you already have an account but do not remember your password, you can retrieve it at http://www.archaeological.org/user/password.
All presenters must verify, by checking a box on the application, that they will receive any necessary permissions before presenting the material in their papers. The phrase “all necessary permissions” includes, but is not limited to, permission to use others’ unpublished photographs and drawings, permission to use images of objects in a museum collection, and permission from field directors to discuss recently discovered material that has not yet been published. In seeking such permissions, presenters should adhere both to legal requirements and to the ethical standards of the profession.
Selected Papers on Ancient Art and Architecture [SPAAA] is a new, peer-reviewed, annual series published by the Archaeological Institute of America, with the support of the Samuel H. Kress Foundation. SPAAA will showcase innovative, interdisciplinary, and methodologically sophisticated scholarship presented at the AIA Annual Meeting. Individual presenters or entire panels may be invited by the Editorial Board to submit their papers for consideration. All contributions will be subjected to a blind review process and judged on their individual merit. Papers selected for publication may be revised but not substantially expanded. Because of the short production time, contributors must commit to a strict schedule of deadlines. The printed volume will be available for purchase at the following Annual Meeting, and online through open access and print on demand.
Questions about SPAAA may be directed to the Series Editor, Mireille M. Lee (email@example.com).
The Program committe requests that presenters only list their primary affiliation as it relates to the paper or poster they are presenting. If multiple affiliations are submitted, only the first will be listed in the meeting materials. Affiliations should also not include a university department, but may include a center or institute. Please contact the AIA with any questions concerning how your affiliation should be listed.
It is extremely important to take into account all of the timing for paper presentation, presenter changeover, introductions and discussion when assembling an organized session. All colloquia need to account for a 10 minute introduction. We also include 5 minutes between each paper for speaker changeover and a 15 minute break for sessions of four or more papers. 15 minutes will be added to any session that includes a discussant. The maximum number of discussants allowed in a colloquium is two. For a session with seven papers there are 65 minutes built into the program to accommodate these. Please be sure to request the proper amount of time for each speaker. Sessions with seven papers requesting 20 minutes each will not fit into the schedule. The PAMC will request timing changes to any accepted sessions that are over time. If you have any questions about the time your session will require please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.