The 77th annual Society for American Archaeology Conference for 2012 has just been held in Memphis. This is one of the largest annual archaeology conferences in the world. The SAA’s membership is more than 7000 professional archaeologists working throughout North and South America, as well as many Americans with research interests elsewhere. What made it noteworthy here was that it included a session on pseudoarchaeology, organised by David S. Anderson of Tulane University and Jeb Card of Miami University.
Even more notewworthy is that I presented a paper. Well, I put in a paper and David Anderson did the always thankless job of having to read it out. I would have loved to attend but as Sydney University is currently laying waste to its academic teaching staff in the Arts Faculty it would seem gratuitous to have sought travel money [and also here, here and here].