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The Arizona Archaeological Council is a non-profit voluntary association that promotes the goals of professional archaeology in Arizona.

Dedicated to preserving cultural resources through education and advocacy, the Council embraces a diverse membership drawing from avocationalists, academics, private business, local communities and federal, state and tribal agencies.

AAC Dec Newsletter

Issue 37(4) of the AAC newsletter is now available to members. See the Member Access Only link to the left to get to current (and all back issues) of the newsletter.


2013 AAC Fall Conference 

The 2013 AAC Annual Conference will gather AZ archaeologists together in Mesa on October 25, 2013. The conference will feature a morning tour of Mesa Grande and paper sessions at the Arizona Natural History Museum.

Download the conference schedule to view events and paper titles. Visit the conference page for more information. 

The AAC would like to thank all of our sponsors for supporting this event, and the Arizona Museum of Natural History for serving as our conference host.


Journal of Arizona Archaeology 2(2) 

The 2013 Spring issue of the Journal of Arizona Archaeology is out! Guest editor William M. Graves, Statistical Research Inc., presents a series of scholarly papers centered on the theme "Long-Distance Interaction, Culture Change, and Culture Contact in Arizona."
                             
                   

The papers in this issue address research topics centered on this theme from regions throughout Arizona. 

Share your copy of JAzArch 2(2) with your colleagues and tell them about the AAC. If you are not an AAC member, sign up and get the journal now!

-- M. Scott Thompson, General Editor

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