Welcome to the 2022 AIA/SCS Annual Meeting paper submission pages. Please note that abstracts will only be accepted using the online forms. The AIA does not accept mailed, emailed, or faxed abstracts. The Program for the Annual Meeting Committee has updated the 2022 Call for Papers. We strongly encourage submitters to review the Call for Papers before submitting a paper or session proposal. Questions about the online submission process may be directed to email@example.com.
Please note: You must have a registered account on the AIA Website to access the forms. You can create an account at archaeological.org/register. If you already have an account but do not remember your password, you can retrieve it at archaeological.org/recover-password.
A numbered receipt will be sent via email confirming successful submission within 24 hours of abstract submission. If you do not receive the confirming email, please contact the AIA Annual Meeting department. Upon receipt of your submission it will be reviewed for completeness and a second email will be sent notifying you whether or not it is complete and ready to be forwarded to the Program Committee. If any information is missing or needs clarification the email will explain what to do. For questions about the format or style of your abstract, please defer to the AIA Style Guidelines for Authors.
Good luck with your submission and we look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!
Administrative Fee Payment
The AIA has implemented a grace period following the submission deadlines. Submissions will be accepted for two weeks following each deadline but with an administrative fee of $25. Please note that you are required to pay the $25 administrative fee prior to submitting. You can pay online at www.archaeological.org/payment. This fee applies to all proposals that are submitted between March 30th and April 12th (for first deadline consideration) and August 3rd through 16th. Once you have paid online you will receive an order number. Please enter this number below so that we may verify payment.
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