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» New Board Members and Committee Assignments
» Jack Brink and Raymond Demallie recognized as the 2019 Distinguished Service Award Recipients!
PCI-Archaeology and Manuscript Solicitation
PCI Archaeology, a new system for peer-reviewing academic manuscripts, is now open. From Brad Logan (Recommender), a PCI (Peer Community In) is a "system intended to organise, in a completely transparent way, the peer review process of manuscripts already deposited on preprint servers... a PCI is a community of researchers (called recommenders) who agree to act as associate editors." See Brad's full announcement here or visit the PCI Archaeology website for more information - https://archaeo.peercommunityin.org/.
Temporary Hold on PA Back Issue Requests
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we regret that we cannot fill any requests for back issues of the Plains Anthropologist until further notice. We will attend to requests as soon as our parent institutions allow access to campus facilities. Thanks for your understanding!
Renew PAS Membership for 2020!
It's that time of year! Renew your Plains Anthropological Society membership today to ensure you receive all of the 2020 journals as they are printed and for continued access to past issues online!
Renew your membership for 2020 on our Membership page.
New Board Members and Committee Assignments
Welcome to our three newly elected Board of Directors members!
- Brandi Bethke (Oklahoma Archeological Survey, University of Oklahoma)
- Richard Meyers (Oglala Lakota College)
- Kelly Pool (Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc.)
Visit the Board of Directors page for an updated list of board members and committee assignments.
2019 Distinguished Service Award Recipients
The Plains Anthropological Society recognized two individuals this year for their outstanding lifetime achievement in Plains anthropological research, teaching, scholarship, and service to the profession and the PAS. Congratulations Jack Brink and Raymond Demallie, and thanks for all you have done for Plains anthropology!