May 19-23, 2014
Los Angeles


Jointly hosted by the Getty Conservation Institute and the University of California Los Angeles, ISA 2014 will draw on examples and best practices from interdisciplinary research at the interface between the natural sciences, engineering and archaeology to reconstruct and understand human behavior through the study of material culture.

This symposium will be a valuable opportunity to apply and demonstrate the latest research and findings of archaeometric research on a broad range of topics across time and space. It brings together internationally renowned archaeological scientists and archaeologists with museum professionals, conservation scientists, policy-makers, representatives from nongovernmental organizations and industry, natural scientists, engineers, and other interested groups to discuss new findings and innovations in technology and scientific research, and address current and global challenges in archaeology and cultural property ranging from the looting and illicit trafficking of antiquities to the archaeology of transitional periods.

Registration is now open.

Early-bird registration
July 1, 2013—February 28, 2014
$320 full price and $160 student

Regular Registration
Starts March 1, 2014
$370 full price and $185 students

Members of the Society for Archaeological Sciences
Valid anytime
$300 full price and $150 students

register

Detailed information on ISA 2014 is available on the symposium website.

For questions or concerns, please contact isa2014@getty.edu.


Last updated: February 2014