EXTENDED VIEWING PERIOD THROUGH JANUARY 31!
Most of the presentations and posters will remain here on the 61st Annual Meeting website for an extended viewing period through January 31. The website will remain available to register, log in, view presentations and posters, and comment and reply in the discussion areas. A few contributions were removed on Tuesday, January 12, at the authors' request.
61st ANNUAL MEETING
This year's IAS Annual Meeting is entirely online, with new features and many more presentations than before. The Presentations and Posters list and Schedule are open to all visitors. To actually view and discuss the presentations, posters, and live events in a relatively secure environment, all participants must register using the Meeting Registration Form and log in to the meeting from January 2 through January 10. There is no fee. Details and instructions are below.
ABOUT THE MEETING
Streaming video talks and posters, with areas for written comments and replies, will be available to view at any time from the start of early viewing on January 2, 2021, through the end of the Meeting on January 10. In addition, the presenters will participate in live, scheduled discussions, most with four authors of intersecting presentations, with all Meeting participants able to submit live comments and questions. The Keynote Talk and a separate live round table discussion by a panel of scholars will address Afro-Andean themes, as will 7 of the 33 presentations, 3 of the 7 posters, and several of the live discussions.
PRESENTATIONS, POSTERS, AND LIVE EVENTS
For an old-style printable program or printable abstracts, click a link below:
To explore the program offerings online, click one of the links below or in the "Meetings" area.
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 7 through 10, 2021. 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.
ANYONE MAY PARTICIPATE
Attendees, presenters, and other authors need not be members of the Institute, and students are welcome. For online security, all participants must register using the Meeting Registration Form. Registration is free. You may explore the program and schedule without registering, but you must register to view the actual presentations, posters, and live events.
January 2, 2021: Presentations and posters become available for early viewing online and remain up through January 10
January 7 through 10, 2021 (Thursday through Sunday): Scheduled live events
There is no registration fee this year. For online security, all participants must register, including presenters, poster authors, and panelists, using the Meeting Registration Form. We will send a temporary password to the email address that you specify.
Enter the email address that you registered with and your temporary password in the Log In fields on any page of this website, then set a password of your choice. If you forget or want to change your password, enter just your registered email address and click Reset Password to have another temporary password emailed to you. From January 2 through 10, once logged in, you may access all parts of the Annual Meeting through the Presentations and Posters list or the Schedule.
SUBMITTING A PRESENTATION OR POSTER PROPOSAL
Proposal submissions are now closed, but please see the Call for Presentations and Posters for information about the kinds of research presented at the Annual Meeting.
ANNUAL TRAVEL GRANT
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.
SUPPORT FREE REGISTRATION OR AWARDS
Please consider making a voluntary, tax-deductible donation to defray the costs of making the meeting free to all or to support the Presentation Awards.