This year's IAS Annual Meeting will be entirely online, similar to last year's. The Presentations and Posters list and Schedule will be open to all visitors. To actually view and discuss the presentations, posters, and live events in a relatively secure environment, all participants must register in advance by January 10 and log in to the meeting from January 2 through February 11. Live, interactive events via Zoom are scheduled from Thursday, January 12 through Sunday, January 15.  A final list of registrants' names*  will be posted shortly after January 10. For security reasons, no registration is allowed after January 10.

* Participants with safety concerns may contact the Community Resource Officer ( with justification for a request for an exemption from the public registrants list.


To propose a presentation or poster, use the Submission Form. Details and instructions are below (see "Submitting a Presentation or Poster Proposal").


The video presentations and posters, with fora for written comments and replies, will be available to view at any time from the start of early viewing on January 2, 2023, through the end of the extended viewing period on February 11, 2023. In addition, the presenters will participate in live, scheduled discussions, most with four authors of intersecting presentations, with all Meeting participants able to comment and ask questions. Two keynotes, a Presidential Lecture, and live discussions will round out the schedule. There is no topical theme this year, but we continue to welcome presentations and posters touching on the general field of Andean studies (presentations/posters of broad relevance to the field as a whole are encouraged).


Registration fees for this year's Annual Meeting are voluntary. IAS recommends a donation of $40 USD for professionals and $10 for students. Registrants will be directed to a payment page following submission of the registration/submission form. All funds are much appreciated and go to support IAS' future programming and operational costs.


  • October 3, 2022: Registration Open. Submissions Open.
  • November 15, 2022 (extended from October 31): Deadline to submit a presentation or poster proposal.
  • December 1, 2022: The review committee will notify authors of acceptance.
  • December 19, 2022: A list of titles, authors, abstracts, and a title image for each presentation and poster, and a schedule of live events, becomes available.
  • December 19, 2022: Deadline for authors to submit presentation and poster content files.
  • January 2, 2023: Presentations, posters, and their written discussion fora become available for early viewing online by people who have registered, and will remain up through February 11, 2023.
  • January 10, 2023: Deadline to register. Registration is required to view or participate in any way. We suggest a donation of $40 USD for professionals and $10 for students.
  • January 12 through 15, 2023 (Thursday through Sunday): Scheduled live events for people who have registered.
  • February 11, 2023 Presentations, posters, and their written discussion fora are removed from view.


To download a printable PDF program or abstracts, click a link below:

2023 Meeting Program (not yet available).
2023 Poster and Presentation Abstracts (not yet available).

To explore the program offerings online once a preliminary program is established in mid-November, click one of the links below or in the menu to the right.

Presentations and Posters: A searchable list of video presentations and research posters. To see a full abstract, click on its title or the "continue" link below it. Starting on January 2, clicking the title or link will also allow logged-in registrants to view the presentation or poster and optionally participate in the written comments and replies about it.

Schedule: The schedule of live events at specific times from January 12 through 15, 2023. To watch and participate, logged-in registrants should click on the event's "Join" button shortly before it is scheduled to start, or during the event.


Attendees, presenters, and other authors need not be members of the Institute, and students are welcome. For online security, all participants must register no later than January 10, 2023 using the Meeting Registration Form. You may explore the program and schedule without registering, but you must register to view the actual presentations, posters, and live events. Unfortunately, we cannot allow late registration.


Instead of a registration fee this year, we propose a suggested donation. For online security, all participants must register no later than January 10, including presenters, poster authors, and panelists, using the Meeting Registration Form here or in the menu to the right. The website will send a confirmation email to the email address that you provided. Click on the link in that email to log into the website and set or reset a password of your choice.


If you see Log In fields at the bottom of the menu on the right, enter the email address that you registered with and the password that you set. If you see a Log out menu item, you are already logged in. If you forget or want to change your password, enter just your registered email address and click Reset Password to have another confirmation email sent to you. Then click the link in that email and set your new password.

From January 2 through February 11, once logged in, you may access all parts of the Annual Meeting through the Presentations and Posters list or the Schedule.


To submit a proposal for a presentation or poster, first register for the 63rd Annual Meeting, following the instructions above.

Then log into the website if needed. If there are Log In fields at the bottom of the menu on the right (you may have to scroll up to see the menu), enter your email and password to log in. If you see a Log out menu item, then you are already logged in and may proceed to the next step.

Submit your proposal for a presentation or poster using the Submission Form here or in the menu to the right (you may have to scroll up to see it). The last day to submit a proposal is Monday, October 31. The form will ask for basic information about the author(s), a title and optional subtitle, an abstract of up to 250 words, a Curriculum Vitae, and a few other details. If the proposal is accepted, we will ask for a shorter abstract up to 100 words and a title image for the website, followed by the actual content as a video presentation or poster in JPG format by December 19, 2022. Please see the Call for Presentations and Posters for information about the kinds of research presented at the Annual Meeting.


This year, the funds for the IAS Annual Travel Grant will instead be divided as Presentation Awards in equal amounts to the first author of each accepted presentation (not poster) submitted by a first author who lives and generally is employed in South America and opts on the submission form to participate.


Please consider making a voluntary, tax-deductible donation to defray the costs of organizing the meeting, support the activities of the Institute, and help fund the Presentation Awards.