The 88th Annual Meeting of
the American Association of Physical Anthropologists
March 27-30, 2019
Cleveland, Ohio

Online Registration Form

Preregistration Deadline: 27 February 2019

For technical difficulties, email the webmaster: ruedi@birenheide.com

  • If you have registered already and wish to submit your abstract, use this link and have your valid registration number ready.




    AAPA Member Number:
    (Membership number obligatory for member registration rates. You need to be a member for 2019 to qualify for member rates. You may find your number at http://birenheide.com/AAPA/help.php.)
    Contact Data
    *First Name
    *Last Name
    *Institution
    Department
    *Address
    *City
    State/Province
    *Country
    *ZIP/Postal Code
    Phone
    Fax
    *E-mail

    *REGISTRATION FEES: (Select Appropriate Category) Registration
    (Fees after February 27, 2019 in brackets)
    AAPA Regular/Special Member
    Requires valid member number and last name. You need to be a member for 2019 to qualify for member rates.
    $190.00 ($238.00)
    Regular Postdoc/Contingent Faculty Member
    *AAPA Considers this category to include those in temporary postdoctoral positions or non-tenure line faculty positions making less than $56,000 per year.
    Requires valid member number and last name. You need to be a member for 2019 to qualify for member rates.
    $160.00 ($200.00)
    Non-Member $400.00 ($500.00)
    Non-Member Symposium Participant $190.00 ($238.00)
    Student Member
    Requires valid member number and last name. You need to be a member for 2019 to qualify for member rates.
    $80.00 ($100.00)
    Student Non-Member $155.00 ($194.00)
    Retired Member
    Requires valid member number and last name. You need to be a member for 2019 to qualify for member rates.
    $80.00 ($100.00)
    Member from a Developing Nation**
    Requires valid member number and last name. You need to be a member for 2019 to qualify for member rates.
    $35.00 ($44.00)
    Nonmember from a Developing Nation** $50.00 ($63.00)
    Student from a Developing Nation** $25.00 ($31.00)
    Donation to the AAPA

    Help support AAPA programs with your tax deductible donation to the AAPA general fund. The AAPA provides programming, travel and research awards, support services, professional development and outreach programs. You may recommend programs that you would like to see developed further. Your donation to the general fund will help support the association's mission.

    Donation Amount: US$

    I would like to recommend support of the following program(s):
    Diversity Programs
    Childcare and Family Programs
    Workshops and Professional Development
    Travel Support
    Other:


    **These reduced rates are available to residents of all countries classified as a Middle- or Low-income economy country according to the definitions of the World Bank. Click here for a list (opens in new window). These rates are intended for permanent residents of these countries, including students training abroad, not for researchers working in these countries for a limited period of time. Please pay registration fees accordingly.


    Tours:

    Cleveland Buildings and Their Stones - Walking Tour Wed (Wed. 2-4pm)
    Same as Saturday tour. The department of Invertebrate Paleontology at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History will serve as your guide on this walking tour. Look for minerals and fossils in the rocks of Cleveland’s best-loved buildings in and around Public Square, including the Cuyahoga County Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument. These buildings are made with or contain a great variety of stone including Berea Sandstone from Ohio; limestone from Indiana and Italy; marble from Georgia; and granite from Texas and South Dakota. This tour provides an introduction to these stones and their mineral and fossil components, and explains the geologic setting of downtown Cleveland. Tour Maximum is 15 persons. # of Tickets: $20.00/ticket ($25.00)

    Cleveland Buildings and Their Stones - Walking Tour Sat (Sat. 2-4pm)
    Same as Wednesday tour. The department of Invertebrate Paleontology at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History will serve as your guide on this walking tour. Look for minerals and fossils in the rocks of Cleveland’s best-loved buildings in and around Public Square, including the Cuyahoga County Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument. These buildings are made with or contain a great variety of stone including Berea Sandstone from Ohio; limestone from Indiana and Italy; marble from Georgia; and granite from Texas and South Dakota. This tour provides an introduction to these stones and their mineral and fossil components, and explains the geologic setting of downtown Cleveland. Tour Maximum is 15 persons. # of Tickets: $20.00/ticket ($25.00)

    Cleveland Museum of Natural History - Behind the Scenes (Wed. 1:30-5 pm)
    Come behind the scenes at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. Immerse yourself in Ohio's natural environment during this behind the scenes tour of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History's all-new Perkins Wildlife Center & Woods Garden. Stroll through a wetlands community teeming with fish, turtles and frogs; peer directly into the aquatic world of playful North American river otters; and gain a new appreciation for the agility of bobcats and gray foxes as they traverse trailways directly overhead. Afterwards, visit the museum's archaeology collection and the Hamman-Todd Collection in Physical Anthropology. Admission to the museum included in the tour price. Tour Maximum is 15 persons. This event is FULL.



    Check all fields carefully and use the button below to see a summary of your entry and total fees.

    Ethical Conduct during the AAPA Annual Meeting. By registering to present and/or attend the AAPA Annual Meeting you agree to follow the AAPA Code of Ethics and specifically recognize that: "It is unethical in any professional setting, including the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, to use the inequalities of power that characterize many professional relationships to obtain personal, sexual, economic or professional advantages. Sexual, sexual identity or racial/ethnic harassment is unethical behavior under the American Association of Physical Anthropologists Code of Ethics."
    *I agree to abide by the Code of Conduct.

    Cancellation Policy: Substitutions of meeting attendees may be made at any time in advance of the meeting without penalty. Conference pre-registrations are required at the time of abstract submission and are non-refundable. If you cannot attend the meeting, your registration will be considered a donation to the AAPA. An exception will be made if your abstract is rejected and you do not plan to attend the meeting as a result AAPA will refund your registration. The refund request must be submitted in writing and it must be received by the AAPA Office no later than 27 February 2019.
    *I agree to the Cancellation Policy.





    Federal TAX ID: AAPA 23-6395179


    AAPA Privacy Policy