The 84th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists


The Call for Papers and other meeting information is available here.
Meeting fees for online registration (fees increase slightly for registration onsite)
Membership type Regular fee Developing country
Regular member $150 $25
Student member $60 $15
Non-member $300 $40
Symposium participant (non-member) $150 $25
Non-member student $125 $15
Retired member $60 $15

What you CANNOT do on this site

THIS IS A MEETING REGISTRATION SITE ONLY. YOU CANNOT APPLY NOR PAY FOR MEMBERSHIP ON THIS SITE. IF YOU WISH TO APPLY FOR MEMBERSHIP, UPDATE YOUR MEMBERSHIP, OR PAY NEXT YEARS' MEMBERSHIP DUES, PLEASE CONTACT [email protected].


What you CAN do on this site

 

Register and pay meeting fees

Payment: Just use your regular credit card, or debit card with a Visa or Mastercard logo. Although Paypal processes the credit card transactions, you do NOT need a Paypal account. You can also use a Paypal account if you have one, or pay by check, as usual.

If you intend to pay the member's registration fee (i.e., regular member fee or student member fee) , you must be a paid member, or have applied for membership to the AAPA by December 15, 2014. If you are uncertain of your membership status, please contact [email protected]. All registrants who mistakenly pay the member's fee, but are not 2014 members, will be required to pay the balance at the registration desk upon checking in. If you have questions about membership, please contact AAPA Membership Chair Josh Snodgrass at [email protected].

 

Submit abstracts

The abstract submission deadline has passed

 

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Site programming

Ed Hagen
Bioanthropology lab
Department of Anthropology
Washington State University