The abstracts and overview statements for all accepted submissions will be edited in conformity to the Annual Meeting style guidelines. Authors will be provided with proofs for review and correction. Substantive changes will not be accepted, but authors are encouraged to review the proofs for such things as typographical errors, proper rendering of special characters, and name and affiliation changes. Proofs of abstracts for all sessions will be emailed in PDF format to authors in late October. Corrected proofs must be returned to the Boston office or the abstracts will be printed as is.
The AIA will not be offering a print edition of the abstracts for the 121st Annual Meeting. The AIA is currently planning to publish all presentation abstracts, colloquium theme statements, and workshop theme statements in the Annual Meeting app and on the AIA website. Abstracts from past Annual meetings will also be made available on the website.
Submitters should note that, in contrast to practice in years prior to 2003, presentation abstracts from the annual meeting will no longer be republished in the American Journal of Archaeology.
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