"The purpose of the Midwest Archaeological Conference is to promote and stimulate interest in the archaeology of the Midwestern United States and neighboring areas; to serve as a bond among those interested in this and related subjects; to publish and encourage publication; to advocate and aid in the conservation of archaeological data and to encourage an appreciation and support of archaeological research.
Our membership includes professionals and non-professionals. Students and families are special categories of membership. Members receive a subscription to the Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology and will have reduced registration rates at meetings."-Midwest Archaeological Conference
"(ISSN 0146-1109) publishes original papers on the archaeology of the region between the Appalachian Mountains and the Great Plains, from the Boreal Forests to the Gulf of Mexico, and on closely related subjects. MCJA is published biannually in April and October by the Midwest Archaeological Conference, Inc., and printed in the United States of America by Altramira Press, which is part of The Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group.
MCJA is indexed in Anthropological Literature: An Index to Periodical Articles and Essays; Arts, Social Sciences, and Historical Abstracts; and America: History and Life."
We hope to see you at the Midwest Archaeological Conference
- Exploring Earthen Enclosures, October 24!