October 5, 2013
State University of Cortland, Cortland, New York
Registration is now open for the Conference on Medieval Archaeology. The conference program has 16 speakers examining topics from roughly 500-1500 AD on the archaeological study of medieval Europe and the Mediterranean World. The conference program will begin at 8:30 am on October 5, 2013, and conclude with a reception at 6:00 pm. The venue will be at SUNY Cortland. All facilities will be handicapped accessible.
Registration Fee: $20
Registration received before September 27 includes lunch during the conference. Registration after September 27 or at the door will not include lunch. To ensure registration arrives in time, mail with enough time to arrive by the 27th; mail by the 23rd is recommended. Confirmation will be sent by email.
Advance registration fees must be paid by check, made out to SUNY Cortland. Checks and registration form should be sent to:
Conference on Medieval Archaeology
Department of Sociology-Anthropology
PO Box 2000
Cortland NY 13045
International attendees may pay on arrival, but must register in advance. Payment in cash can be accepted at the door. Accommodations for individuals with special needs (dietary needs or disabilities) can be provided. Please provide your requests when you register so we can make the necessary arrangement.
For more information, contact the conference organizer Scott Stull at email@example.com.
Travel: AIR: The closest airport is Syracuse Hancock International Airport, with direct flights from the three major airports in New York City, as well as Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago-O’Hare, Cleveland, Detroit, Minneapolis, Orlando, Philadelphia, Toronto, and Washington DC, among other destinations. It is approximately 30 minutes from the airport to Cortland. Other nearby airports include Binghamton and Ithaca, both also about 30 minutes away. Rental cars are available at the airports; if you need transportation assistance from the airport please include that on your registration form.
CAR: Cortland is located on Interstate 81 between Syracuse and Binghamton. For online maps or GPS navigation, use 21 Graham Ave., Cortland, NY 13045. Parking will be widely available as the college is on break the weekend of the conference.
Accommodations: Cortland has several affordable hotels, and there are many options in the nearby region including Syracuse, Binghamton, and Ithaca.
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