Pecos Conference reports are oral, informal, and extemporaneous; 10 minutes in length; and 1) summarize recent field work, 2) identify issues, trends, or problems of culture history, methodology, or interpretation, or 3) update recent activities of long-running programs. Reports are made in an open tent with the assistance of a public address system, 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.
Planning to participate in the Cordell/Powers Prize? Click here to learn about rules and prizes. When applying to present select "Cordell/Powers Prize" from the Presentation Type drop-down. Only the first 10 eligible applicants will be accepted.
Update: The Cordell/Powers Prize slots have already been filled for the 2023 conference. No new applications will be accepted this year.