2014 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 Dimensional Measurement
225 S. Chester Road
Suite 1B
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.

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Booth: 419

Advanced Geosciences, Inc.
2121 Geoscience Dr.
Austin, TX 78726

Advanced Geosciences is manufacturer of the SuperSting with WiFi® resistivity/IP/SP system and SuperSting Manager Android App enabling brilliant color presentations of the survey in real time. Other products from AGI are the PowerSting high power external transmitter and Earthimager software.

Booth: 117

AltaMira Press
4501 Forbes Blvd.
Suite 200
Lanham, MD 20706

AltaMira Press, an imprint of 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-the museum, historical society, arts center, and church.

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Booth: 113

AMEC Environment & Infrastructure
201 S. Capitol Ave.
Ste. 200
Indianapolis, IN 46225-1057

AMEC Environment & Infrastructure is a leading environmental firm providing a full range of cultural resources and heritage management services. AMEC has more than 230 office locations with over 120 archaeologists across North America and the world offering an impressive array of services and specialists.

Booth: 200

American Anthropological Association
2200 Wilson Blvd
Ste 600
Arlington, VA 22201-3397

The Archaeology Division of the American Anthropological Association advances the study of archaeology as an aspect of anthropology, provides a forum to discuss issues central to archaeology and fosters publication and communication of archaeological research results and interpretations. Members receive American Anthropologist and Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association (AP3A).

Booth: 225

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

Established in 1995, ACRA is the U.S. trade association supporting and promoting the common interests of cultural resource management (CRM) firms of all sizes, types, and specialties. ACRA aims to help member firms thrive by excelling at what they do and to make ACRA membership a recognized standard of quality.

Booth: 423

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. Visit

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Booth: 422

Ancient Society Books
3100 West Adams Road
Attn: Lawrence A. Conrad
Macomb, IL 61455-7751

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: 324

Department of Archaeology
Durham University
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.

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Booth: 413

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

The Archaeological Conservancy is a national nonprofit organization the preserves sites and publishes American Archaeology Magazine.

Booth: 118

Archaeological Institute of America
656 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02215-2072

The Archaeological Institute of America, founded in 1879, is 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.

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Booth: 216

POB 920

Oxford, OX2 7YH

Archaeopress is the Oxford-based publisher of BAR (British Archaeological Reports) and other scholarly archaeological titles and journals.

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Booth: 418

ArcheoLINK - Americas
228 East 45th Street, 9E
New York, NY 10017

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.

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Booth: 509

ArcTron 3D Engineering Services for 3D Surveying & Software Development
Ringstrasse 8
Altenthann, 93177

Services for archaeology and cultural heritage include 3D laserscanning, airborne laserscanning (with aircraft, UL trike, and micro drones), high resolution scanning, multimedia and film productions, software development for archaeology and 3D-documentation software, 3D surveying hardware sales, services and training, museum and exhibition services, model building (CNC, rapid prototyping), archaeological services.

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Booth: 82

Arqueología Mexicana/Editorial Raices
Rodolfo Grono 86
Col. Lomas De Sotelo
Mexico, DF 11200

Edit, printing, distribution and sale of magazine: Archaeologia Mexicana and Relatos E Historias En Mexico.

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Booth: 80

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

ISO 17025-accredited Beta Analytic is a dedicated radiocarbon dating laboratory with standard turnaround time of 14 business days for its AMS dating service. Expedited services are available (2-6 business days). All analyses are performed in-house by dedicated professional scientists. No analyses are subcontracted. Multiple laboratories in Miami, Florida, ensure redundancy and dependable delivery. Respected worldwide for accuracy, quality, and customer care. Results are accessible 24/7 via web access.

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Booth: 300

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

Bournemouth University has an international reputation in archaeological practice including forensic archaeology and anthropology, maritime and osteoarchaeology. Located within easy travelling distance of Britain's most iconic archaeological sites, such as Stonehenge, we have a strong focus on practical skills through fieldwork, our excellent laboratory facilities and our reference collections. Our courses are aimed at giving you both practical and professional skills with a strong focus on employability.

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Booth: 513

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

Handheld XRF

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Booth: 302 & 304

CAIS, 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 of three weeks.

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Booth: 309

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. Visit our website to see everything we do:

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Booth: 211 & 213

Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies - University of Arkansas
JBHT 304 - 1 University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701
United States

SPARC is an NSF-funded program at CAST-AIL dedicated to promoting geospatial research in archaeology. SPARC offers direct support to archaeological projects through awards in fieldwork, data and analytics, and publication. Contact us about Awards, to connect with collaborators or to develop projects in partnership with SPARC.

Booth: 120

Center for Digital Archaeology, UC Berkeley
Dept. Anthropology #3710
University of California Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720

The Center for Digital Archaeology is a non-profit organization to assist archaeologists and cultural-heritage managers create, archive, and disseminate their resources, data, and information in digital, mobile, and other formats.

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Booth: 417

Construction Safety Products
359 Mt. Zion Road
Shreveport, LA 71106-6565

We offer a full line of archaeological field supplies at competitive prices. Our products include, but are not limited to, trowels, handpicks, artifact recovery screens, photographic scales, and soil charts. To view our full range of products visit or call 1-800-592-6940 to request a catalogue or CD.

Booth: 116

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.

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Booth: 101 & 103

Council of Affiliated Societies (CoAS)
Society for American Archaeology
1111 14th St. NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20005

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 by Friday noon.

Booth: 124

David Brown Book Company
PO Box 511
28 Main Street
Oakville, CT 06779-0511

The David Brown Book Company is the North American Office of Oxbow Books. We are North America’s leading publisher and distributor of scholarly and specialist publications in Archaeology, Prehistory, the Ancient and Medieval worlds, Egyptology, Religion, Literature, Art, and much more.

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Booth: 319 & 317 & 416

Digital Antiquity
SHESC - Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85287

Digital Antiquity is a non-profit organization devoted to enhancing preservation of and access to irreplaceable archaeological knowledge. Digital Antiquity supports research, cultural resource management, education, and public outreach through tDAR (the D

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Booth: 511

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

We offer Dino-Lite digital microscopes and eyepiece cameras that provide high-quality microscopy for in-depth inspection and analysis.

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Booth: 316

550 17th Ave
Suite 550
Seattle, WA 98122

Welcome to DirectAMS, the radiocarbon dating unit of Accium BioSciences. Please visit us at

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Booth: 412

Elsevier B.V.
Radarweg 29
Amsterdam, 1043NX

Elsevier publishes a range of archaeology journals including Journal of Archaeological Science, Journal of Anthropological Archaeology and International Journal of Paleopathology. Visit our website for more information about our

Booth: 119

European Association of Archaeologists
Letenska 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: 425

Exploration Instruments
2600 Longhorn Blvd. Suite 108
Austin, TX 78758-7672

Exploration Instruments rents geophysical equipment for the investigation of the sub-surface. Over 80 different types of instruments are available including EM, Mag, Resistivity, and GPR. We support projects world-wide. Complete inventory and pricing may be found at

Booth: 218

Field Tech Designs
P. O. Box 1041
Salida, CO 81201
United States

Utilizing iOS and Android devices, our field application was designed from the ground up by CRM archaeologists for CRM archaeologists. Record every facet of a typical archaeological site using the easy, intuitive, user-friendly interface, reducing the processing of site forms and office costs by up to 80%.

Booth: 123

Florida Public Archaeology Network
207 E Main Street
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.

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Booth: 109

140 Industry Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15275

FOERSTER, a leading mfr. of magnetometers and metal detectors as well as, a supplier of non-destructive testing (NDT) equipment, is PROUD to announce that its FEREX® 4.033 Datalogger is NOW MADE IN THE USA.

Booth: 519

Forensic Archaeology Recovery (FAR)
235 River Farm Drive
East Greenwich, RI 02818-2127

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

Booth: 424

Forestry Suppliers, Inc.
205 West Rankin St.
Jackson, MS 39201-6199

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 web site at

Booth: 219

Gault School of Archaeological Research
420 Settlers Valley Drive
Pflugerville, TX 78660-4765

The GSAR is a non-profit organization dedicated to research and education regarding the earliest peoples in the Americas. Our flagship site, the Gault Archaeological site, is located only 40 miles north of Austin.

Booth: 521

GEM Advanced Magnetometers
135 Spy Court
Markham, ON L3R 5H6

Using gradiometers in archaeological applications provide excellent results in discovering new historical areas while maintaining minimal disruption to the surroundings. GEM's unique Overhauser and Potassium gradiometer systems combine data quality, survey efficiency, and significant benefits for archaeology applications, including the ability to map prehistoric and historic sites in 3D.

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Booth: 411

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

Geo-Marine, 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.

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Booth: 308

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.

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Booth: 209

Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc.
12 Industrial Way
Salem, NH 03079

GSSI is the world leader in the development of Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) technology and subsurface imaging products. These tools 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.

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Booth: 208

GNS Science / Rafter Radiocarbon
30 Gracefield Rd
Gracefield, Lower Hutt, 5040
New Zealand

Rafter Radiocarbon is the world's oldest continuously operating radiocarbon dating lab. A division of GNS Science, New Zealand's earth science research institute we offer quality commercial AMS radiocarbon dating services to clients around the world in applications such as archaeology, geology, earth and environmental science. We have been helping researchers with their radiocarbon dating needs for over 50 years.

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Booth: 508

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

With "Scholarship Plus" as its motto, Harvard University Press publishes books that matter. From ants to Zeus, HUP opens the academy to the world.

Booth: 210

HD Analytical Solutions
952 Oxford St. West
London, ON N6H 1V3

HDAS is a professional consulting laboratory specializing in custom sample preparation for a broad spectrum of materials characterization research and analytical instrumentation. A main expertise is preparation and analysis of archaeological samples - ceramics, lithics, building materials, rocks, anthropogenic sediments and soils - using thin-section petrography and other microscopic methods.

Booth: 81

Human Relations Area Files
755 Prospect Street
New Haven, CT 06511-1225

eHRAF World Cultures/Archaeology…online cross-cultural databases on indigenous peoples, ethnic groups, western and non-western cultures, and archaeological traditions. Subject-indexed at the paragraph-level, eHRAF is ideal for teaching and for comparative archaeological and cross-cultural research. Human Relations Area Files (HRAF) is an international non-profit membership organization at Yale University.

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Booth: 212

International Association for Obsidian Studies
8-229 Hess St. South
Hamilton, ON LP8 3:3

The International Association for Obsidian Studies (IAOS) provides a forum for obsidian researchers throughout the world. Interest areas include obsidian hydration dating, obsidian characterization ("sourcing"), geoarchaeological obsidian studies, obsidian and lithic technology, and the prehistoric procurement and utilization of obsidian. Visit us to learn more about our membership and publications.

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Booth: 106

70 Enterprise Drive
Bristol, CT 06010

Books from Eliot Werner, Equinox, Acumen, Aarhus University Press, and others.

Booth: 217

Left Coast Press, Inc.
1630 N. Main St
Walnut Creek, CA 94596-4609

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, videos, and journals for scholars, professionals, students, and the public. Stop by and say hello!

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Booth: 100 & 102

Louis Collins Rare Books
1211 East Denny Way
Seattle, WA 98122

Out-of-print books on archaeology.

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Booth: 205

Maney Publishing
Suite 1C, Joseph's Well
Hanner Walk
Leeds, LS3 1AB
United Kingdom

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

Booth: 323

Mercyhurst University
Dept of Anthro/Archaeol
501 East 38th Street
Erie, PA 16546-0001
United States

North American Archaeologist Journal subscription and publication information.

Booth: 125

National Center for Preservation Technology and Training
645 University Parkway
Natchitoches, LA 71457-3913

NCPTT's mission is to advance the application of science and technology to historic preservation. Working in the fields of archaeology, architecture, historic landscapes, and materials conservation, the Center accomplishes its mission through research, education, training, technology transfer, and partnerships.

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Booth: 322

National Geographic Society
1145 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036-4688

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

Booth: 518

Native American Scholarships Fund


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:

Booth: 527

48 Woerd Ave
Waltham, MA 02453

Portable products from OLYMPUS NDT include X-Ray Fluorescence and X-ray Diffraction analyzers. Analyze 25+ elements in a single test in seconds including dust, soil, sediment, metal, ceramic, glass, bone, teeth, plants, etc. With a variety of calibration models and the ability to study multiple spectra, HHXRF can adapt to researchers needs advancing them to new levels of field discovery.

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Booth: 516

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.

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Booth: 502

PaleoResearch Institute
2675 Youngfield Street
Golden, CO 80401-2240

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.

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Booth: 405

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

Passport in Time (PIT) is a U.S. Forest Service sponsored program 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: 517

Project Archaeology/BLM
2-128 Wilson Hall, MSU
Bozeman, MT 59717

Find complete information about Project Archaeology, the Bureau of Land Management's (BLM) flagship heritage education program for teachers, students, and informal educators. Learn about Project Archaeology opportunities in your area and how you can participate. Additional information about BLM's National Landscape Conservation System (NLCS) is available.

Booth: 522

4717 E. Fort Lowell Rd
Tucson, AZ 85712-1201

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

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Booth: 318

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: 524

Rock Art in Watercolors, LLC
Geri Schrab
3771 Sunnywood Drive
De Forest, WI 53532

Watercolors inspired by petroglyph and pictograph sites of North America. Fine-art reproductions on paper and canvas, notecards, and coloring books (

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Booth: 313

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

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. To see everything we offer, visit:

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Booth: 510

Sanity Silversmithing
Margaret K. Berrier
2986 Sundance Circle
Las Cruces, NM 88011

Handmade sterling silver and enameled jewelry based on archaeological images including bolos, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets.

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Booth: 312

SAR Press, School for Advanced Research
PO Box 2188
Santa Fe, NM 87504-2188

SAR Press, part of the School for Advanced Research on the Human Experience in Santa Fe, publishes books on anthropology and related fields, the arts and cultures of Indigenous peoples, and the American Southwest - past and present. Since 1907, SAR Press has published hundreds of titles - influencing thought, creating change.

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Booth: 523 & 525

Rabenfelde 5
Bad Saarow, 15526

SENSYS is specialized in the development and production of non-invasive geomagnetic and electromagnetic survey systems for archaeological prospection. The product range varies from handheld magnetometer devices to vehicle towed multi-channel systems (up to 32 probes). For urban surveys, active multi-coil systems are also available.

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Booth: 222

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: 122

233 Spring Street
New York, NY 10013-1578

Come and browse key titles. Get 20% off print books and eBooks - and learn about MyCopy (a printed eBook for $/€ 24.99). Meet our Editors to discuss your publishing proposal. Ensure maximum readership for your work, too! Springer, your partner in publishing. Find all offers online:

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Booth: 110 & 112

St. Eustatius Center for Archaeological Research
Lampeweg (SECAR)
Oranjestad, St. Eustatius

We will provide information and opportunities for students and faculty regarding our archaeological field schools, internships, research positions, and our public/local outreach program.

Booth: 224

Statistical Research, Inc.
PO Box 31865
Tucson, AZ 85751-1865

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.

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Booth: 401

Texas A&M University Press
4354 TMU
Lewis Street
College Station, TX 77843-0001

The Press, which upholds traditional academic inquiry while exploring innovative research and scholarly communication, publishes around 60 titles a year. Books are available in print, on-demand, and electronic editions. The Press has 24 full-time employees, including marketing and distribution staff. Press books regularly win competitive grants and prestigious awards.

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Booth: 310

Texas Archeological Society & Council of Texas Archeologists
One UTSA Circle
San Antonio, TX 78249-1644

The Texas Archaeological Society, established in 1928, promotes the study, preservation, and awareness of Texas archaeology. Members participated in field schools, Archaeology Academies, workshops, rock art recording sessions, and a nationally recognized Annual Meeting conference. TAS also publishes an annual journal, the Bulletin of the Texas Archaeological Society.

Booth: 108

Thames & Hudson, Inc.
500 Fifth Avenue
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.

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Booth: 409

University College Dublin
UCD School of Archaeology
Newman Building
Dublin, 4

Graduate programmes in the School of Archaeology, University College Dublin, Ireland.

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Booth: 504

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

The most comprehensive list in Southeastern archaeology, the latest volumes in Carribbean archaeology, and a strong list of classic reprints all in one exhibit space! The most comprehensive list in Southeastern archaeology, the latest volumes in Carribbean archaeology, and a strong list of classic reprints all in one exhibit space!

Booth: 111

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.

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Booth: 500

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

A summary of our latest research and graduate courses at one of the leading centres for archaeology and archaeological science.

Booth: 104

University of Exeter Archaeology
Laver Bldg.
Exeter, Devon EX4 4QE
United Kingdom

University programmes, undergraduate in Archaeology, Archaeology with Forensic Science, Ancient History and Archaeology, History and Archaeology, Archaeology and Anthropology, MA, MSc, PhD.

Booth: 515

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

Distance learning MA programmes in archaeology and heritage. Also campus based MAs. PhDs by research--distance or campus.

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Booth: 105

University of New Mexico Press
1717 Roma Ave. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106-4509

UNM Press publishes books specializing in the fields of archaeology, anthropology, indigenous studies, Latin American studies, American studies, Chicana/o studies, art, architecture, and the history, literature, ecology, and cultures of the American West.

Booth: 512

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

University of Oklahoma Press, publisher of outstanding books on indigenous peoples of North, Central, and South America, announces a new publishing initiative from the university presses of Florida, Oklahoma, and Texas: Latin American and Caribbean Arts and Culture. Visit OU Press to see new books and learn more about LACAC.

Booth: 311

University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
3260 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6324

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

Booth: 410

University of Pittsburgh Center for Comparative Archaeology
Department of Anthropology
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Primary reports of archaeological research, books on comparative archaeological research, archaeological publications from Latin America.

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Booth: 408

University of Texas Press
P. O. Box 7819
Austin, TX 78713-7819

The University of Texas Press publishes the results of original archaeological and anthropological research conducted in the US, Latin America, and in countries throughout the world.

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Booth: 202 & 204

The University of Utah Press
J. Willard Marriott Library Suite 5400
295 South 1500 East
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, Mesoamerica, Native America, and North American archaeology.

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Booth: 501 & 503

University of York Department of Archaeology
The King's Manor
York, Y01 7EP
United Kingdom

Consistently first for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey, the Department of Archaeology at York is internationally recognized as both a vibrant research community and a centre of excellent teaching, in a beautiful historic city. We offer a diverse range of undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses.

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Booth: 325

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

Publisher of scholarly books in American archaeology, with a special emphasis on Mesoamerica.

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Booth: 403

University Press of Florida
15 NW 15th Street
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.

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Booth: 505 & 507

350 Main Street
Malden, MA 02148-5089

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Booth: 201

World Archaeological Congress
Student Building 130
701 E. Kirkwood Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405

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: 203