"University of Michigan Museum of Anthropological Archaeology at 100: Michigan’s Mark–Past, Present, Future" will be held September 29–October 2, 2022, at the Rackham Building on the U-M central campus in Ann Arbor.

The University of Michigan Museum of Anthropological Archaeology (UMMAA) was founded in 1922. Over the course of a century, its curators, students, and staff have made indelible marks on archaeological theory and practice, the world over. At the “UMMAA at 100” conference we will take time to celebrate these accomplishments, consider the current state of the discipline, and chart possible futures. Where has archaeology been, where is it going? What roles will UMMAA and its legacy play in defining archaeology for the next 100 years?

Four days of events include seven sessions with invited speakers and tours of the Ancient Protein and Isotope Laboratory and the Museum's collections at the Research Museums Center. Registration is required.

To register, visit the conference website: https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/ummaa-at-100/