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It’s autumn!  Well, it’s turning autumn here in the middle of the Midwestern US tomorrow, supposedly.  That means: cooler weather, leaves changing, wearing jackets, and fewer bugs.  It also means conference time is quickly approaching all of us in and out of academia. 

Sure, there are conferences year-round and all over the planet, but the autumn is the time when summer prep of papers and projects are presented to hotel ballrooms full of eager listeners who will not fall asleep, but will ask excellent and insightful questions to help you further direct your already amazing research.  Or, it’s the time you get to rush to finish that paper and hope that more than 10 people show up to hear the nervously delivered theory about post-processualism that you aren’t sure of in the first place.  Then, the room is full of crickets and silence, until one person raises their hand to…

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