Pecos Conference reports are oral, informal and extemporaneous, 10 minutes in length. They summarize recent field work, identify issues, trends, or problems of culture history, methodology, or interpretation, or update recent activities of long-running programs.

Oral reports are made in an open tent with the assistance of a public-address system, but without visual aids (slides, PowerPoint, or video) other than handouts or a poster. Papers read to the audience from a printout are discouraged in the spirit of informality.

Poster presentations will be made in the vendor/registration tent. The length of time posters are available to view will depend on the number of poster abstracts submitted.

‚ÄčThe deadline for submission of presentations has passed.

Thanks for your interest in the Pecos Conference. See you in Flagstaff August 9 to 12.

Pecos Conference

c/o Museum of Northern Arizona
3101 N. Fort Valley Road,

Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Registration for Presenters