On March 4th we will have workshops, and the registration will be at the Anchorage Museum atrium that evening from abou 7to 9pm. The Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center exhibit hall will be open for viewing during the registration.
Paper and poster presentations begin the morning of March 5th and extend through March 7th. The Banquet will be Friday evening and our Speaker will be Dr. Mark Nuttall from the Department of Anthropology at the University of Alberta. He and Susan Crate recently edited the book through Left Coast Press "Anthropology and Climate Change: from encounters to Actions". His research focus is on recent climate change effects on Indigenous cultures of Greenland and Arctic Canada. He was also the lead author for the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment.
The luncheon is Saturday and the room will be overlooking the Iditarod start. We are still talking to the speaker and hope to make an announcement this fall.
The Belzoni meeting Saturday night is being planned by Sally Carraher and Margan Grover, so if you have suggestions please contact them directly.