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February 2, 1999
2e Journie du Film Archiologique de Mariemont continues the Morlanwelz Musie Royal's new quarterly series of days dedicated to films about archaeology with a program focused on archaeological surveying techniques. A third program, scheduled for May 15, will feature films about Archaic and Classical Crete. The entry deadline for that program is February 1, 1999. For information, contact Fridiric Andre, Organizer, Musie Royal de Mariemont, 100 chie de Mariemont, B-7140 Morlanwelz, Belgium, + (32-64) 212193, fax + (32-64) 262924. email frederic.andre@skynet.be.

February 20-21, 1999
The 10th Annual Workshops in Archaeometry Conference will be held at the State University of New York, Buffalo campus in Buffalo, New York. It is an international symposium that focuses on the presentation and development of archaeometric research. This free event consists in the presentation of current research during four half-day sessions. For additional information, contact Hex Kleinmartin, Department of Anthropology, 380 MFAC, Buffalo, NY 14261, email hfk@acsu.buffalo.edu.

February 24-27, 1999
The North Carolina Archaeological Council is sponsoring the Uwharries Lithics Research Conference in Asheboro, North Carolina, for archaeologists interested in the prehistoric utilization of rhyolites and other lithic resources from the Uwharrie Mountains of the North Carolina Piedmont. There will be a registration fee and space may be limited. Assistance for this conference is being provided by the North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office and the National Forests of North Carolina, among others. For further information, contact (preferably by email) Kenneth W. Robinson, Chair, North Carolina Archaeological Council, Director of Public Archaeology, Wake Forest University, (336) 758-5117, email robinskw@wfu.edu.

February 27-28, 1999
The 27th Midwest Conference on Andean and Amazonian Archaeology and Ethnohistory will be held at Central Michigan University. For additional information, consult our Web site at www.chsbs.cmich.edu/soc/andean/andean.htm or contact Charles M. Hastings, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI 48859, email charles.hastings@cmich.edu.

March 5-6, 1999
The 22nd Midwest Mesoamericanists Meeting will be held at the University of Illinois-Chicago. It is an informal forum for presenting recent research from archaeology, art history, and ethnohistory of Mesoamerica. The preliminary program will be available in late January. For information on art history, contact Ellen Baird, etbaird@uic.edu or Virginia Miller, VEM@uic.edu, and for information on anthropology and Latin American studies, contact Joe Palka, (312) 996-0789, email jpalka@uic.edu.

March 12-13, 1999
The National Council for Preservation Education, in partnership with the National Park Service and Goucher College, will hold its second national forum, "Multiple Views; Multiple Meanings," at Goucher College, Towson, Maryland. For further information, contact Michael A. Tomlan, Project Director, National Council for Preservation Education, 210 W. Sibley Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853, (607) 255-7261, fax (607) 255-1971, email mat4@cornell.edu.

March 24-28, 1999
The 64th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology will be held in Chicago at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers. For information, contact SAA, 900 Second St. NE #12, Washington, DC 20002, (202) 789-8200, fax (202) 789-0284, email meetings@saa.org.

April 20-25, 1999
The Society for Applied Anthropology will convene the 58th Annual Meeting in Tucson, Arizona, with the theme "Constructing Common Ground: Human and Environmental Imperatives." For additional information, contact the Offices of the Society, P.O. Box 24083, Oklahoma City, OK 73124, (405) 843-5113, fax (405) 843-8553, email sfaa@telepath.com. For pre-registration forms, visit our webpage www.telepath.com/sfaa.

April 22-25, 1999
The 1999 Society for California Archaeology Annual Meeting will be held at Red Lion's Sacramento Inn, which can be contacted at (800) 547-8010 or (916) 922-8041. For additional information, contact the meeting organizers, William Hildebrandt and Kelly McGuire, Cochairs, Far Western Anthropological Research Group, (530) 756-3941 or Kathleen Hull, Program Chair, (510) 465-4962, fax (510) 465-1138.

April 28-May 1, 1999
The 1999 Canadian Archaeological Association Conference will be hosted by the Government of Yukon Heritage Branch. A web page with more details about the upcoming conference and other important information is available. The conference Web page address is posted on the Canadian Archaeological Association Web page www.canadianarchaeology.com. For information, contact Ruth Gotthardt, Program Coordinator, (867) 667-5983, (867) 667-5377, email Ruth.Gotthardt@gov.yk.ca.

April 28-May 1, 1999
The 68th Annual Meeting for the American Association of Physical Anthropologists will be held at the Hyatt Regency Columbus in downtown Columbus, Ohio. For program information, contact Mark Teaford, Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 725 N. Wolfe St., Baltimore, MD 21205, (410) 955-7034, email mteaford@welchlink.welch.jhu.edu. For local arrangements information, contact Douglas Crew, Department of Anthropology and School of Public Health, 113B Lord Hall, 124 W. 17th Ave., Columbus, OH 43210-1316, (614) 292-1329/4149, email crews.8@osu.edu.

May 7-9, 1999
A two-day workshop will be held at the University of Wisconsin, Madison instructing users on the principles of plane pattern symmetries. Symmetry analysis is a powerful tool that aids in the analysis of patterns on textiles, ceramics, and other decorated surfaces. Instructors will be Donald Crowe, co-author with Dorothy Washburn of Symmetries of Culture; Branko Grunbaum, co-author with G. Shephard of Tilings and Patterns; Doris Schattschneider, author of M.C. Escher: Visions of Symmetry; Kevin Lee, designer of Tesselmania, the pattern-making software; and Verda Elliot, renowned weaver. For further information about registration, contact Dorothy Washburn at dkwashburn@worldnet.att.net or (609) 737-7451.

July 8-13, 1999
A celebration of 10,000 years of life on Vega will be held on the Island of Vega, Norway, consisting of concerts, exhibitions, workshops, and seminars. Vega has one of the longest maritime archaeological records in the world, 10,000 years. This way of life continued essentially unchanged for 8,000 years. Vega's Stone Age is an appropriate focus for the turn of the millenium, developing the Norwegian theme, "What can we learn from others?" The congress will provide an opportunity to visit the unique archaeological sites on Vega and to attend an array of lectures by some of the world's leading archaeologists and experts on early maritime adaptations. The deadline for preliminary registration is January 15, 1999. Submission of abstracts must be done before March 15, 1999. For additional information, contact Lisa Gay Bostwick, Kulturavdelingen, Nordland fylkeskommune, 8002 Bodø, Norway, email lisa.bostwick@nfk.telemax.no.

October 4-8, 1999
XIII Congreso Nacional de Arqueología Argentina will be held at Cabildo Municipal, Córdoba, Argentina. For information, write Casilla de Correo 1082, Correo Central 5000, Córdoba, Argentina, fax (+ 54 51) 68-0689, email 13cnaa@ffyh.unc.edu.ar, web www.filosofia.uncor.edu.

November 7-11, 1999
The Departments of Conservation and Archaeological Research at the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation announce a multidisciplinary conference designed to convene conservators, archaeologists, and forensic anthropologists to discuss the unique problems faced when working with human remains. For additional information and/or to be placed on the mailing list, contact Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg Institute, P.O. Box 1776, Williamsburg, VA 23187-1776, (800) 603-0948, (757) 220-7182, fax (757) 565-8630, email dchapman@cwf.org.

November 11-14, 1999
The 32nd Annual Chacmool Conference, Indigenous People and Archaeology: Honoring the Past, Discussing the Present, Building for the Future, will be held at the University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Currently there is a trend in archaeology in which traditional schools of thought concerning the past are being augmented and adjusted as a result of increased exchanges with indigenous people. Interaction between indigenous people and archaeologists has increased markedly as a result of the increased political presence of the former, the rise of postprocessional archaeology, and an increasing interest in the past and the role of archaeology in land claims. The purpose of this conference is to share information on mutual benefits and to open a dialogue on issues of controversy. For additional information, contact Chacmool '99, Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, Calgary AB T2N 1N4 Canada, fax (403) 282-9567, email chacmool@ucalgary.ca, or consult our Web page www.ucalgary.ca/UofC/faculties/SS/ARKY/Chacmool.html.

November 19-21, 1999
Plans are underway for the 3e Festival International du Film Archiologique in Brussels, a biennial event which focuses on recent production about all aspects of archaeology, with an emphasis on good cinematography. The festival will continue to build on traditions and relationships established by a previous Brussels festival, whose name it adopted in 1995. The entry deadline is April 15, 1999. For information, contact Didier Dehon, President, or Serge LemaÎtre, Secretary, Asbl Kineon, Chaussie de la Hulpe 579, B-1170 Brussels, Belgium, tel/fax + (32-2) 675-90-29, email slemaitr@ulb.ac.be.


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