To register for the 2019 Radiocarbon and Archaeology meeting please complete the form below. Once the form is submitted an invoice will be generated and sent to the email that you provide in the form. Please allow up to 72 hours for the generation of this invoice. The invoice will contain a link that will allow you to complete payment through the University of Georgia’s secure payment system. Once payment is received a receipt will be sent.
Full registration includes a gift bag, access to all conference presentations, daily lunches and coffee breaks, admission to the ice-breaker reception, the Wednesday field trip to Ocmulgee National Monument, and page fees for publication of the conference proceedings in Radiocarbon (page limits apply).
Standard rate: $600 USD Applies to most attendees, including professionals.
Discounted rate: $395 USD Applies to all students as well as attendees with residence outside of the United States, Europe, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, and South Korea.
Single-day registration includes a gift bag, access to all conference presentations, lunch, and coffee breaks for a single day, as well as page fees for publication of the conference proceedings in Radiocarbon (page limits apply). Choose your day after the full program and schedule are announced. Single-day registrants can join the mid-conference field trip for an additional $42 USD.
Single-day rate: $150 USD per day
A guest pass allows a paid attendee to be accompanied by a spouse, partner, or family member who is NOT participating in the meeting. The guest will receive a gift bag, access to conference presentations, daily lunches and coffee breaks, admission to the ice-breaker reception, and the Wednesday field trip to Ocmulgee National Monument. If a guest is attending for a single day, he/she should register separately at the “Single Day” rate.
Guest rate: $250 USD
The registration form below also allows you register for the Gala Dinner and to sign up for more information for an optional three-day tour of historic Savannah, Georgia, and beautiful Jekyll Island.