Digital Antiquity has partnered with the Society for American Archaeology to preserve the 2019 annual meeting abstracts and make the presentations and data used to support them available in tDAR. As a presenter you can access your record in tDAR, edit the metadata, and upload a PDF copy of your paper, presentation, poster, or other supplementary data (up to 3 files/30MB), and it’s FREE.  Here’s how to get started:

  1. Go to
  2. Search for your abstract by typing your name or abstract title in the box.
  3. Fill out the message box to request access to your paper’s abstract (you will need to register – but that’s free).
  4. Once completed, we will send you a message within one business day with a link to edit your abstract and upload the paper or poster.

Were you an SAA presenter in 2018 (Washington D.C.), 2017 (Vancouver), 2016 (Orlando), or 2015 (San Francisco) but haven’t uploaded your presentation yet? Not to worry – those abstracts are also in tDAR. Help other researchers find and cite your SAA presentations by making them available today!

Additionally, the tDAR SAA Member Benefit allows retired members, student members, members from countries with discounted rates, and members from Tribal Historic Preservation Offices to upload ten files (up to 100MB) annually to tDAR. Contact to request your voucher.