Some Updated Information on the Conference
- A limited number of "official" Northeast Conference T-Shirts will be
available at the conference site. The design is based on an Inka headress
recovered from Pachacamac by Max Uhle in 1896. To view the design, click here.
- Hotels are expensive in Philadelphia and rooms are difficult to find
near campus because of a home football game that weekend. We have heard
that the Summit Motor Inn on City Line Avenue has inexpensive rooms
for $34 and up (Phone 610-449-6000)
The final schedule is now posted on the SCHEDULE OF EVENTS page
(times of talks, coffee breaks, lunch, etc.). Click on the button below
or click here for an update (all speakers should
Check out the color images of the Iwawe Excavations that are
the titles of papers and the abstract page for Isbell et al. or just
- The presentation by Richard Burger and Lucy Salazar has been changed to
early Saturday afternoon.
A paper by John Staller has been added to the Sunday Morning Session.
The title and abstract has been added to the main list.
Talks are tentatively scheduled for 20 minutes each with 5 minutes
dedicated to questions and discussion. These limits will be strictly
enforced by the moderators for the sessions in order to encourage
discussion and feedback on the papers.
Take a look at the "Andean Archaeology" home page for the Midwest
Andean and Amazonian Archaeology
Conference and some additional interesting links on Andean subjects: just click here.
There are additional links to Andean topics and Archaeology in general
on the "Links of Interest" button on this page.
Press Release prepared by P. Kosty, C. Erickson, and K. Moore: just click here
An Aymara "balsa" reed boat constructed by Erik and Maximo Catari of Bolivia
that can be seen at the University Museum: click here
A scale model of the Inka Temple of the Sun, Site of
Peru, on display for the 15th NE Conference on Andean Archaeology and
Ethnohistory. Click here to see original topographic
map made by Uhle and model created by Christopher Ray.