- ANNUAL KEELER CONFERENCE -

The Keeler Conference is an informal gathering for presenting and discussing new data or ongoing research relating to the environments and people of eastern California. Modeled after the Kelso conference on Archaeology of the California Deserts, Keeler provides a unique opportunity for regional researchers, graduate students, land managers, and other interested parties to discuss new data, emerging ideas, and persistent concerns. Given that the Kelso conference has not been held in recent years, we would like to expand the geographic coverage of the meetings to include the Mojave Desert and environs.

Conference proceedings typically include a field trip to nearby archaeological sites or other areas of interest, and a full day or two of presentations and discussion. Conference participants are required to present or co-author a paper. As always, the aim of the Keeler Conference is to facilitate discussion, so there are no set time limits or requirements for presentations. Generators will be available to power a laptop and projector for Powerpoint presentations or other electronic media.


UPCOMING MEETING //

7th Annual Keeler Conference on The Anthropology & Human Ecology of the Southwestern Great Basin : Friday, August 9th - Sunday, Aug 11th
Independence, CA


CALL FOR PAPERS!!

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PAST CONFERENCES //

Inaugural Keeler Conference August 3 - 5, 2007 : Caltrans Office in Bishop, CA
List of Abstracts

2nd Annual Keeler Conference July 18 - 20, 2008 : BLM Office in Bishop, CA
List of Abstracts

3rd Annual Keeler Conference July 24 - 26, 2009 : Inyo National Forest, White Mountains
List of Abstracts : Pictures

4th Annual Keeler Conference July 30 - Aug 1, 2010 : Inyo National Forest, White Mountains
List of Abstracts : Pictures

5th Annual Keeler Conference July 29 - July 31, 2011: Inyo National Forest, Toms Place
List of Abstracts : Pictures

6th Annual Keeler Conference July 27 - July 29, 2012: Inyo National Forest, Toms Place
List of Abstracts : Pictures




 

Department of Anthropology California State University, Sacramento 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95819-6106
Phone: (916) 278-5330Fax: 278-4854 e-mail: arc@csus.edu

WEB SITE DESIGNED AND COMPILED //  BRIAN JAMES AND WILLIAM LARSON // 2010