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2016 Exhibitor List

The following organizations will be participating as exhibitors at SAA's Annual Meeting. This list updates frequently as additional exhibitors reserve booth space.

Accurex Measurement Inc.
225 S Chester Rd Ste 6
Swarthmore, PA 19081-1919

Accurex provides high-precision 3D White light scanning systems built by Breuckmann. These products can be used to create digital models of artifacts for archival purposes or to collect data for dimensional analysis. Scan data can be preserved in color with full detail including scribe marks or engravings.

Booth: 415

ADIA and Northland Research, Inc.
1865 E 3rd St
Tempe, AZ 85281-2941

ADIA and Northland have 100+ years of experience in law enforcement and cultural resources management. ADIA/Northland's team includes forensic archaeologists, a forensic palynologist, and former law enforcement officers. Our services include terrestrial and submerged cultural resources damage assessments as well as seminars on archaeological crime scene investigation and damage assessment.

Booth: 209

American Cultural Resources Association (ACRA)
5024-R Campbell Road
Baltimore, MD 21236-5943

The cultural resources management trade organization.

Booth: 205

American Rock Art Research Association
201 W. Soloman
Midland, TX 79705-3032

American Rock Art Research Association is a diverse community of members with interests dedicated to rock art preservation, research, and education to communicate the significance of rock art as a non-renewable resource of enduring cultural value and an important expression of our shared cultural heritage.

Booth: 208

Ancient Society Books
1104 W Piper St
Macomb, IL 61455-2748

Offering a broad selection of new and used books and used journals in all traditional fields of anthropology with emphasis on New World archaeology, ethnology, and ethnohistory. Books purchased, want lists served. All profits are donated to archaeological research and preservation.

Booth: 118

Antiquity, Durham University
Department of Archaeology
South Road
Durham, DH1 3LE
United Kingdom

Antiquity is a peer-reviewed journal of archaeological research that aims to communicate the most significant new discoveries, theory, method and cultural resource issues rapidly and in plain language to practicing archaeologists everywhere.

Booth: 228

The Archaeological Conservancy
5301 Central Ave, NE
Suite 902
Albuquerque, NM 87108
USA

The Archaeological Conservancy is a non-profit organization that purchases and preserves archaeological sites. We also publish American Archaeology, a national magazine.

Booth: 508

Archaeological Institute of America
190 South High Street
Apt. 263
Columbus, OH 43215
USA

North America's oldest and largest archaeological organization. The AIA works to create an informed public interest in the cultures and civilizations of the past, supports archaeological research and publication, promotes community based outreach, and advocates for the preservation of archaeological heritage.

Booth: 419

ArcheoLINK-Americas, QLC, INC.,
228 E 45th St # 9E
New York, NY 10017
USA

With the archaeological information system ArcheoLINK project data, field data, finds data, specialist data, storage data, photos, field and object drawings, measurements and cartographic data can be stored, managed, queried and analysed for one or more archaeological projects. ArcheoLINK also offers several hardware options such as barcode registration and communicating scales.

Visit our web site at www.archeolink-americas.org

Booth: 510

ASC Scientific
2075 Corte Del Nogal
Suite T
Carlsbad, CA 92011-1415

Manufacturer and worldwide supplier of research tools for the earth sciences, specializing in Trimble GIS & Mapping GPS products, Bartington Grad601 magnetic gradiometers for high resolution magnetic surveys, and a wide variety of field and laboratory equipment for geological and archaeological research.

Booth: 110

Beta Analytic Inc.
4985 SW 74th Court
Miami, FL 33155-4471
USA

ISO 17025-accredited Beta Analytic is a dedicated radiocarbon dating (AMS) laboratory with standard turnaround time of 14 business days. All analyses are performed in-house; BETA does not engage in satellite dating. Results are accessible 24/7 via web and mobile access. Respected worldwide for accuracy, high quality, and customer care.

Booth: 428

Bone Clones, Inc.
21416 Chase St
Unit #1
Canoga Park, CA 91304

Bone Clones, Inc. manufactures detailed, high-quality osteological reproductions of skeletal elements. In addition to producing specimens exhibiting trauma and pathology, we have an extensive range of skulls and skeletons providing age, sex, and ancestry differences. Our durable replicas obviate the need for a dedicated teaching collection of real human remains.

Booth: 223/225

Bournemouth University
Fern Barrow, Poole
Dorset, BH12 5BB
United Kingdom

Archaeology & Anthropology at BU is a unique experience. We are close to many of Britain's significant archaeological sites and historic landscapes, including Stonehenge and the Jurassic Coast. Our programmes include field trips and field work experience, and our facilities include one of (if not) the largest archaeology equipment store rooms and bone collections in Europe, with access to over 700 human skeletons and many animal remains, plus un-published archaeological finds waiting to be brought to life. You will work with our internationally recognised academics on world-leading research projects. See our website for full course information.

Booth: 122

Bruker Elemental
415 N. Quay Street
Kennewick, WA 99336-7783

Bruker Elemental, a technology leader in handheld XRF analyzers, provides a range of analyzers for use in elemental analysis. The Tracer series is the defacto standard in portable XRF analyzers used in authentication, conservation and restoration of art and other historic artifacts.

Booth: 422/424

Cambridge University Press
32 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10013-2473

Cambridge's publishing in archaeology books and journals combines state-of-the-art content with the highest standards od scholarship, writing and production. Visit our booth to browse new titles, available at a 20% discount, and to pick up sample issues of our journals.

Booth: 229/231

Casemate Academic
908 Darby Rd
Havertown, PA 19083-4608

Casemate Academic is the leading distributor of archaeological publications in North America. Publishers represented include our own imprint Oxbow Books, the British Museum Press, Sidestone Press, the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago, International Monographs in Prehistory, and Archaeopress.

Booth: 410

Center for Applied Isotope Studies, University of Georgia
120 Riverbend Road
Athens, GA 30602-1510

The Center for Applied Isotope Studies at the University of Georgia conducts precise AMS and LSC radiocarbon dating with the highest level of precision and accuracy and conducts stable isotope analyses for paleoenvironmental and paleodietary studies. Professional staff performs all work with standard turnaround times is 15 days.

Visit our web site at cais.uga.edu/

Booth: 329/331

Cotsen Institute of Archaeology At UCLA
308 Charles E. Young Dr. N
A210 Fowler Building, Box 951510
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1510

The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA is a premier research organization dedicated to the creation, dissemination, and conservation of archaeological knowledge and heritage. CIOA is also home to the Interdepartmental Archaeology Program, the UCLA/Getty Program in Archaeological and Ethnographic Conservation, and the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press.

Booth: 414/418

Council of Affiliated Societies (CoAS)
Dept. 3431
1000 East University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071-3431
USA

Want to see what your local archaeology society is up to? At the Council of Affiliated Societies (CoAS) Booth, pick up literature about the activities of societies across the US and Canada. CoAS sponsors the Annual Archaeology Month Poster Contest too. Cast your ballot for your favorite in the exhibit hall.

Booth: 104

Daiichi Gosei Co., Ltd.
1-25-5 Motohongo-cho
Hachioji City, Tokyo 192-0051
Japan

We produce archaeological survey research support tools and services, and also provide materials for exhibitions fixtures, and other related products for museums.

Booth: 531

Dig-It! Games
7801 Norfolk Ave. #200
Bethesda, MD 20814

At Dig-It! Games, we believe in the power of games to change how kids learn by promoting critical thinking, independent learning, and cultural understanding. Through our seamless blend of fun and learning, we seek to foster the joy of intellectual discovery and inspire kids to think differently about learning.

Booth: 121

Digital Antiquity
PO Box 872402
Tempe, AZ 85287-2404

The Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR) is an international digital repository for the digital records of archaeological investigations. tDAR's use, development, and maintenance are governed by Digital Antiquity, an organization dedicated to ensuring the long-term preservation of irreplaceable archaeological data and to broadening the access to these data.

Booth: 227

Digital Index of North American Archaeology (DINAA) - Open Context
125 El Verano Way
San Francisco, CA 94127-2036

The DINAA project integrates archaeological site file data from across North America into a unified database, for use by scholarly, resource management, and public audiences. DINAA data are published through Open Context, an open access publisher of digital archaeological content from excavations, survey, and collections worldwide.

Booth: 504

Dino-Lite Scopes (BigC)
20655 S. Western Ave. Ste. 116
Torrance, CA 90501-1800

Dino-Lite handheld digital microscopes provide high-quality microscopy video interfacing to PC and MAC with clear and steady imaging for live inspection, image, video capture, measurement, and annotation capability with included software. Most models provide 10x-200x along with a multitude of software features. The DinoCapture software makes it easy to take snapshots, record videos, manipulate images, save and email discoveries.

Booth: 523

DirectAMS
11822 N Creek Pkwy N Ste 107
Bothell, WA 98011-8203

DirectAMS is the radiocarbon dating unit of Accium BioSciences. DirectAMS provides high-precision radiocarbon dating services for applications in antiquities, archaeology, climate science, and geology. Samples are processed in a dedicated lab and all dates are obtained using an accelerator mass spectrometer (AMS) designed specifically for radiocarbon.

Booth: 319

DW Consulting
Boekweitakker 28
Barneveld, Gelderland, 3773 BX
Netherlands

Creator of TerraSurveyor - the industry leader for device independent, geophysical data processing software.

Booth: 204

European Association of Archaeologists
Letenská 4
Praha 1, 11801
Czech Republic

The EAA offers membership to all archaeologists and anthropologists. It has a range of activities including an annual conference, a journal (The European Journal of Archaeology), and a biannual newsletter.

Booth: 128

Florida Anthropological Society
6008 Pinetree Ave
Panama City Beach, FL 32408-6522

Founded in 1947, the Florida Anthropological Society, Inc. serves as Florida's statewide organization for archaeology and anthropology. Today the society represents over 500 members and 17 regional chapters. Members will distribute organizational related materials and discuss the objectives and programs of the Society to interested parties.

Booth: 305

Florida Public Archaeology Network
207 E Main St
Univ. of West Florida
Pensacola, FL 32502-6034

The Florida Public Archaeology Network is dedicated to the protection of cultural resources, both on land and underwater, and to involving the public in the study of their past. Regional centers around Florida serve as clearinghouses for information, institutions for learning and training, and headquarters for public participation in archaeology.

Booth: 509

Forensic Archaeology Recovery
8 1/2 Clearview Ave
Gloucester, MA 01930-3348

FAR is a humanitarian, non-profit that uses archaeological methods to assist law enforcement in the location and recovery of missing or lost for repatriation to families.

Booth: 106

Forestry Suppliers, Inc.
205 West Rankin St.
Jackson, MS 39201

Full range of equipment for Archaeology professionals. Flagging, flags, surveying instruments, shovels, picks, screens, sieves, compasses, GPS, mapping aids, Marshalltown trowels, chaining pins and other field supplies, all can be found in our free 700+ page catalog or visit our website.

Booth: 405

Geometrics
2190 Fortune Dr.
San Jose, CA 95131-1815

Geometrics manufactures, sells, rents, and services magnetometers, seismographs, and electrical conductivity and resistivity systems for land, marine, and air investigations of the subsurface.

Booth: 515

Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc.
40 Simon St.
Nashua, NH 03060
USA

GSSI is the world leader in the development of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) technology and subsurface imaging products which are ideal for the non-invasive mapping of archaeological finds in all terrain and climate conditions. Archaeologists worldwide currently use GSSI GPR for the accurate mapping of sites for excavation or avoidance.

Booth: 322

Harvard University Press / Peabody Museum Press
79 Garden St
Cambridge, MA 02138-1423

Founded in 1913, Harvard University Press is a leading publisher of convergent works in the sciences, humanities, and social sciences. HUP's publication program is driven by the belief that books from academic publishers are more essential than ever before for understanding critical issues facing the world today.

Booth: 211

Heritage Business International, L3C
PO Box 17419
Tucson, AZ 85731-7419
United States

HBI helps heritage organizations achieve their research, preservation, and education goals in a global marketplace by strengthening organizational capacity, providing business education for heritage professionals, and providing industry data for strategic decision making. Our premise is simple: the stronger your business, the greater your chance of achieving your heritage goals.

Visit our web site at www.heritagebusiness.org

Booth: 506

Human Relations Area Files, Yale University
755 Prospect St
New Haven, CT 06511-1225

HRAF's mission is to encourage and facilitate the cross-cultural study of human culture, society, and behavior in the past and present. HRAF produces two online databases: eHRAF World Cultures and eHRAF Archaeology, and other resources for teaching and research. Human Relations Area Files (HRAF) is an international non-profit membership organization at Yale University.

Booth: 404

The Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology
University of Buffalo
Department of Anthropology
Buffalo, NY 14261-0001

The Institute for European and and Mediterranean Archaeology is a signature center of excellence at the University of Buffalo with interdisciplinary faculty drawn from Methodology, Classics, and Art History.

Booth: 130

Institute for Field Research
2999 Overland Ave Ste 103
Los Angeles, CA 90064-4500

Archaeological field schools across the world, covering a range of geographical, temporal, methodological specializations.

Booth: 407

International Chemical Analysis, Inc
1951 NW 7th Ave, Suite 300
Miami, FL 33136
United States

ICA offers affordable radiocarbon dating analysis with a fast turn-around. We have dated hundreds of carbon-14 samples over the last year, and recently began doing other rare isotopes. ICA has obtained clients from all over the world that have trusted ICA with their analyses.

Booth: 525

ISD
70 Enterprise Drive
Bristol, CT 06010

ISD is a distributor of books from Eliot Werner, Aarhus University Press, Lockwood Press, and many other scholarly publishers.

Booth: 310

Left Coast Press, Inc.
71 Arlene Lane
Walnut Creek, CA 94595-1732

LEFT COAST PRESS, Inc. is a prolific publisher of archaeology with a particular interest in heritage and public archaeology issues. We produce scholarly works, textbooks, reference books, and videos for scholars, professionals, students, and the public. Stop by and say hello!

Booth: 409/411

Leiden University - Faculty of Archaeology
Faculty of Archaeology
PO Box 9515
Leiden, 2300 RA
Netherlands

Leiden University offers the most diverse Master programme in Archaeology in the Netherlands, offering 10 MA, 3 MSc, and 7 RMA specializations with a regional or thematic focus. The complete programme is taught in English and directly linked to ongoing research. The Faculty staff is involved in projects all over the world, with a strong emphasis on field archaeology.

Booth: 518

Maney Publishing
1515 Market St Ste 1200
Philadelphia, PA 19102-1932

Maney Publishing specialise in the publication of electronic and print academic journals. We publish over 30 international journals in anthropology, archaeology, conservation, and heritage including the Journal of Field Archaeology, KIVA: Journal of Southwestern Anthropology and History, Post-Medieval Archaeology and Environmental Archaeology.

Booth: 218

MYcroarray
5692 Plymouth Rd
Ann Arbor, MI 48105-9379

MYcroarray manufactures the popular "MYbaits" in-solution target enrichment kits for next-generation sequencing. We offer custom and predesigned kits for beginners and experienced users pursuing any genetic research project, such as mitochondrial, nuclear, or pathogen DNA. We also offer expert in-house services for all sample types - including ancient DNA!

Booth: 304

National Geographic Society
1145 17th St NW
Washington, DC 20036
United States

For over 100 years, the National Geographic Society has been providing field research grants to archaeologists around the world.

Booth: 529

National Park Service-Southeast Archaeological Center
2035 E. Paul Dirac Dr.
Johnson Building, Ste. 120
Tallahassee, FL 32310

In 2016, the National Park Service-Southeast Archaeological Center is celebrating 50 years of providing archaeological, collections management, and interpretive support for national parks across the southeastern United States, and the 100th anniversary of the NPS.

Booth: 133/135

Native American Scholarships Fund
Society for American Archaeology
1111 14th St. NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20005

The Native American Scholarships Fund fosters shared purpose and positive interaction between the archaeological and Native communities. Scholarships are awarded annually to support training in archaeological methods and undergraduate and graduate education, for Native peoples from the Americas, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and Indigenous Pacific Islanders who are students or employees of tribal cultural preservation programs. Proceeds from our Silent Auction go directly to scholarships support. Visit our booth to see the variety of goods you may bid on including used and new archaeology books, jewelry, crafts, and textiles! For more information, please visit: www.saa.org/scholarships

Booth: 502

Oxbow Books
10 Hythe Bridge Street
Oxford, OX1 2EW
United Kingdom

Oxbow Books is an imprint of Casemate Academic, the leading distributor of archaeological publications in North America. Publishers represented also include the British Museum Press, Sidestone Press, the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago, International Monographs in Prehistory, and Archaeopress.

Booth: 408

Oxford University Press
198 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10016-4308

Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.

Booth: 207

PaleoResearch Institute
2675 Youngfield St.
Golden, CO 80401-2240
USA

PaleoResearch Institute provides Science in support of Archaeology and Geology. Experience the benefits of having one lab support all your analytic needs (AMS radiocarbon dating; pollen, phytolith, starch and macrofloral analyses; charcoal identification; protein and organic residues; and more). Receive one synthetic report that interprets and integrates all your data.

Booth: 325

Passport in Time, SRI Foundation
333 Rio Rancho Dr NE Ste 103
Rio Rancho, NM 87124-1457

Passport in Time (PIT) is a U.S. Forest Service sponsored program through the SRI Foundation that incorporates public volunteerism with cultural heritage projects hosted by federal and state agencies across the country. PIT projects involve cultural heritage efforts such as archaeology, heritage restoration and conservation, and paleontology.

Booth: 512

Project Archaeology/BLM
2-128 Wilson Hall
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717

Project Archaeology, the Bureau of Land Management's signature heritage education program, serves archaeology educators with high-quality, state-of-the-art curiculum materials and professional development. Educators use the materials and their training to teach students, museum visitors, and public land users about the importance of archaeological sites and the need to protect them.

Booth: 233

Radiocarbon
Univ. of AZ, Dept of Geosciences
4717 E. Fort Lowell Rd #104
Tucson, AZ 85712-1201

Radiocarbon is the main international journal for research relevant to 14C and other techniques used in archaeological and related dating.

Booth: 222

Register of Professional Archaeologists
3601 E. Joppa Road
Baltimore, MD 21234

The Register of Professional Archaeologists is a listing of archaeologists who have agreed to abide by an explicit code of conduct and standards of research performance. Registration is voluntary and recognizes an individual's personal responsibility to be held accountable for his or her professional behavior.

Booth: 126

Rock Art in Watercolors, LLC
3771 Sunny Wood Dr
de Forest, WI 53532-2852

Watercolor paintings, reproductions, and notecards inspired by North American petroglyphs and pictograph sites.

Booth: 318

Routledge
711 Third Avenue, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10017
USA

Routledge publishes quality academic books, journals, and online reference produts in a variety of disciplines for both your research and classroom use. Visit our booth to browse new and recent titles in Archaeology, Anthropology, and Museum Studies, and receive 20% off all books.

Booth: 306/308

Rowman & Littlefield
15200 NBN Way, Bldg. C
Blue Ridge Summit, PA 17214
USA

Rowman & Littlefield disseminates high-quality information to those who research, study, practice, and read in the humanities and social sciences with a focus on helping the professional development of those working in the cultural life of a community, a museum, historical society. arts center, church, etc.

Booth: 224

School of History, Classics and Archaeology, University of Edinburgh
School History, Classics, Archaeology
University of Edinburgh
Edinburgh, EH8 9AG
United Kingdom

The School of History, Classics and Archaeology at the University of Edinburgh is one of the great world centres for the study of the human past. The School's research quality was shown by the Research Excellence Framework 2014 when our submission to the History panel was rated third in the UK for the number of 'world leading' and 'internationally excellent' researchers; Classics was rated fifth in the UK.

Booth: 108

SENSYS Sensorik & Systemtechnologie
Rabenfelde 5
Bad Saarow, Brandenburg 15526
Germany

SENSYS is a manufacturer of non-invasive geomagnetic and electromagnetic survey systems for archaeological prospection. The product range varies from handheld magnetometer devices, push-cart systems, to vehicle towed multi-channel magnetometer systems (up to 32 probes) using precise RTK D-GPS equipment. Such systems are already used across Europe, at Adena site in Fayette County, Kentucky or latest in Ohio to get a full picture of the Seip Earthworks scanning 10 hectare a day.

Booth: 519

Society for Historical Archaeology
9707 Key West Ave., #100
Rockville, MD 20850-3992

The Society for Historical Archaeology is the largest scholarly group concerned with the archaeology of the modern world (A.D. 1400-present). SHA promotes scholarly research and the dissemination of knowledge concerning historical archaeology and is specifically concerned with the identification, excavation, interpretation, and conservation of sites and materials on land and underwater.

Booth: 124

Springer
233 Spring Street
New York, NY 10013-1578

Looking to publish your research? Discover Springer's print and electronic publication services, including open access! Get high-quality review, maximum readership and rapid distribution. Visit our booth or springer.com/authors. You can also browse key titles in your field and buy (e)books at discount prices. With Springer you are in good company.

Booth: 130/132

Statistical Research, Inc.
6099 E Speedway Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85712-5124

SRI, a full-service CRM firm, conducts projects worldwide & develops practical, innovative heritage management solutions that balance economic development with preservation mandates & incorporate cutting edge programs in geospacial technology, measurement & modeling, interdisciplinary studies & cultural-landscape studies.

Booth: 430

STRATI Concept
Crinquellic
GUENGAT, 29 180
France

Supplier of high quality archaeological field equipment. Our web site is designed specifically for archaeologists and their needs. Strati has provided archaeological equipment in Europe for over 20 years and NOW we are in the USA too!

Booth: 114

Texas A&M University Press
4354 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-0001

Texas A&M University Press upholds traditional academic inquiry and explores innovative research and scholarly communication. We publish around 60 titles per year.

Visit our web site at www.tamupress.com

Booth: 324

Thames & Hudson, Inc.
500 5th Ave #6
New York, NY 10110-0054

Thames & Hudson is the global market’s pre-eminent publisher of illustrated books. Our catalogue of beautifully printed volumes includes a broad library of widely respected titles in archaeology and ancient history. Thames & Hudson is distributed by W.W. Norton & Company in the USA.

Booth: 514

Turkana Basin Institute
Social and Behavior Sciences N-507
Stony Brook, NY 11794-4364

TBI's Origins Field School addresses the place that humans occupy in the natural world. Participants gain hands-on experience in survey and excavation methods, paleo-environmental reconstruction, taphonomy and more, and will take field trips to important paleontological and archaeological sites, diverse ecological settings, and remarkable geological features throughout the Turkana Basin.

Booth: 132

University College Dublin
UCD School of Archaeology
College of Social Sciences and Law
Belfield, Dublin 4
Ireland

Ireland's leading center for international archaeological research and education, offering archaeology undergraduate, taught masters, masters by research and PhD programs, with expertise in prehistoric and historical landscape archaeology, material culture, experimental archaeology, environmental archaeology, paleogenetics, aDNA, and fieldwork in Ireland, Europe, the Mediterranean and Asia.

Booth: 314

The University of Alabama Press
Box 870380
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0001

Deep lists in Southeastern and Caribbean archaeology and new directions in South American, Mesoamerican, Midwest, and Mid-Atlantic archaeology.

Booth: 315

The University of Arizona Press
1510 E. University Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85721

The University of Arizona Press is a leading publisher in Southwest archaeology, archaeology of the Americas, and archaeology of the Near East. Stop by for 25% off all books.

Booth: 533

University of Bradford
School of Archaeological Sciences
Richmond Road
Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD7 1DP
United Kingdom

The School of Archaeological Sciences at the University of Bradford offers postgraduate and undergraduate programmes in archaeological sciences, forensic archaeology, osteoarchaeology and cultural archaeology, and research services in archaeology and heritage.

Booth: 505

The University of Chicago Press
1427 E 60th St
Chicago, IL 60637-2902

The University of Chicago Press publishes nearly 70 academic journals, including The Journal of Anthropological Research and Current Anthropology, as well as over 300 books a year.

Booth: 127

University of Exeter
Dept of Archaeology
Laver Building
Exeter, EX4 4QE
United Kingdom

University of Exeter programmes in archaeology undergraduate, taught masters, masters by research, MPhil, PhD, PhD by publication.

Booth: 304

University of Leicester
School of Archaeology & Ancient History
University Road
Leicester, LE1 7RH
United Kingdom

We offer world class archaeology and ancient history graduate programs leading to MA's and PhD's. You can study by distance or on campus. See our website for more details.

Booth: 309

University of New Mexico Press
1 University MSC05 3185
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001

UNM Press publishes in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, indigenous studies, Latin American studies, Chicana/o studies, and the American West.

Booth: 230/232

University of Oklahoma Press
2800 Venture Drive
Norman, OK 73069-8216

University of Oklahoma Press, publisher of outstanding books on the peoples of North, Central, and South America, features a publishing initiative from the university presses of Oklahoma, Florida, and Texas, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation: Latin American and Caribbean Arts and Culture.

Visit our web site at www.oupress.com

Booth: 520

University Of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology
3260 South St
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6324

The University of Pennsylvania Museum has specialized in publishing both scholarly and popular books in the fields of archaeology and anthropology for more than 100 years.

Booth: 511

University of Pittsburgh Center for Comparative Archaeology
3302 WWPH
Dept of Anthropology
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Publication of archaeological research results on paper and online in the comparative archaeology database. Books and journals from Latin America.

Booth: 323

The University of Sheffield
Department of Archaeology
Northgate House, West Street
Sheffield, S1 4ET
United Kingdom

One of the most highly respected graduate schools in Europe with a unique approach to archaeological research drawing on the integrated strengths of the humanities and natural and physical sciences. The Department specializes in classical, medieval and mediterranean archaeology, biological anthropology, and environmental landscape and material science.

Visit our web site at www.sheffield.ac.uk/archaeology

Booth: 311

University of Texas Press
PO Box 7819
Austin, TX 78713-7819

The University of Texas Press publishes books, journals, and digital media that educates students and advances scholarship in the humanities and social sciences.

Booth: 214

The University of Utah Press
295 S 1500 E Ste 5400
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0860

The University of Utah Press publishes books reflecting the best scholarship in archaeology and anthropology. Besides our Anthropology of Pacific North America, Foundations of Archaeological Inquiry, and the University of Utah Anthropological Papers series, we publish on the Great Basin, the Southwest, the Plains, Mesoamerica, and North American archaeology.

Visit our web site at http://www.uofupress.com/

Booth: 530/532

University of York
Department of Archaeology
The King'S Manor
York, YO1 7EP
United Kingdom

Consistently first for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey, the Department of Archaeology at York is internationally renowned for teaching excellence and as a vibrant research community, set within a beautiful historic city. We offer a diverse range of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in archaeology, heritage, and conservation.

Booth: 210

University Press of Colorado
5589 Arapahoe Ave
Suite 206C
Boulder, CO 80303-8108

University Press of Colorado is a publisher of titles in Mesoamerican, South American, North American, and Near Eastern Archaeology.

Visit our web site at www.upcolorado.com

Booth: 423

University Press of Florida
15 NW 15th St
Gainesville, FL 32603-1933

University Press of Florida publishes award-winning titles in archaeology, bioarchaeology, and anthropology with a focus on the Southeast, the Caribbean, and Central and South America.

Booth: 522/524/526/528

Versar, Inc.
2201 K Avenue, Suite A2
Plano, TX 75074-5977

Versar, Inc., an environmental engineering firm, provides quality cultural resources services that have both scientific and visual impacts. Geo-Marine specializes in providing clients with innovative and cost effective solutions to meet historic preservation needs effectively.

Booth: 425

Wiley-Blackwell
350 Main Street
Malden, MA 02148-5089

Wiley is a global provider of knowledge and knowledge-enabled services that improve outcome in areas of research, professional practice, and education.

Booth: 215

World Archaeological Congress
2606 Kilgore Avenue
1934 Bridgeview Trail
Raleigh, NC 27607
United States

The World Archaeological Congress (WAC), founded in 1986, works to promote interest in the past in all countries and to make archaeology more inclusive and relevant to wider communities. WAC holds an international Congress every four years and publishes books series and the journal "Archaeologies."

Booth: 219