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Registration Option Quantity Price Total

Full Registration-Late

Conference registration includes attendance and participation at all conference sessions and presentations (i.e., plenary addresses and parallel sessions, lunch and coffee breaks on the days of the conference), attendance at the welcome reception and book launches (when included in conference events), citation and summary of work in the printed conference program and online post-conference program, and membership to the Research Network. (Available for presenters and non-presenters.)

$ 650 $ 0

One-Day Registration-Late

Conference registration includes attendance and participation for one day of the conference sessions and presentations (i.e., plenary addresses and parallel sessions, lunch and coffee breaks on the days of the conference), attendance at the welcome reception and book launches (when included in conference events), citation and summary of work in the printed conference program and online post-conference program, and membership to the Research Network. (Available for presenters and non-presenters.)

$ 450 $ 0

Virtual Student Registration

This option is available to full-time students only. To register for a virtual student registration you must have an accepted proposal for a virtual lightning talk or a virtual poster session. This registration type is reserved for those who cannot attend the conference in person but who would still like to participate. A virtual student registration includes citation and summary of work in the printed conference program and online post-conference program, access to other virtual content from the conference, an opportunity to submit an article for consideration to the journal, and membership to the Research Network.

$ 150 $ 0

Virtual Registration

To register for a virtual registration you must have an accepted proposal for a virtual lightning talk or a virtual poster session. This registration type is reserved for those who cannot attend the conference in person but who would still like to participate. A virtual registration includes citation and summary of work in the printed conference program and online post-conference program, access to other virtual content from the conference, an opportunity to submit an article for consideration to the journal, and membership to the Research Network.

$ 250 $ 0

Returning Member Full Registration-Late

This option is available to individuals who have previously attended this conference. It includes attendance and participation at all conference sessions and presentations (i.e., plenary addresses and parallel sessions, lunch and coffee breaks on the days of the conference), attendance at the welcome reception and book launches (when included in conference events), citation and summary of work in the printed conference program and online post-conference program, and membership to the Research Network. (Available for presenters and non-presenters.)

$ 550 $ 0

Student Registration-Late

This registration is available to full-time students only. It includes attendance and participation at all conference sessions and presentations (i.e., plenary addresses and parallel sessions, lunch and coffee breaks on the days of the conference), attendance at the welcome reception and book launches (when included in conference events), citation and summary of work in the printed conference program and online post-conference program, and membership to the Research Network. (Available for presenters and non-presenters.)

$ 400 $ 0

Returning Student Full Registration - Late

This option is available to full-time students who have previously attended this conference. It includes attendance and participation at all conference sessions and presentations (i.e., plenary addresses and parallel sessions, lunch and coffee breaks on the days of the conference), attendance at the welcome reception and book launches (when included in conference events), citation and summary of work in the printed conference program and online post-conference program, and membership to the Research Network. (Available for presenters and non-presenters.)

$ 350 $ 0

Conference Dinner - Regular

​Join other conference delegates and the plenary speakers for a conference dinner at Granville Room.

For over 17 years, Granville Room has been an oasis of authentic cocktail culture in the heart of the Granville Entertainment District in downtown Vancouver. On a street better known for flashing lights and big rooms, Granville Room has offered an inviting, intimate spot for good food and conversation.

Dinner will be buffet style and will include drinks.

$ 60 $ 0

Conference Dinner - Vegetarian

​Join other conference delegates and the plenary speakers for a conference dinner at Granville Room.

For over 17 years, Granville Room has been an oasis of authentic cocktail culture in the heart of the Granville Entertainment District in downtown Vancouver. On a street better known for flashing lights and big rooms, Granville Room has offered an inviting, intimate spot for good food and conversation.

Dinner will be buffet style and will include drinks.

$ 60 $ 0

Conference Dinner - Gluten Free

​Join other conference delegates and the plenary speakers for a conference dinner at Granville Room.

For over 17 years, Granville Room has been an oasis of authentic cocktail culture in the heart of the Granville Entertainment District in downtown Vancouver. On a street better known for flashing lights and big rooms, Granville Room has offered an inviting, intimate spot for good food and conversation.

Dinner will be buffet style and will include drinks.

$ 60 $ 0

Pre-Conference Tour: Museum of Anthropology

Join other conference delegates for a guided tour of the Museum of Anthropology.

The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) was established in 1949 as a department within the Faculty of Arts at the University of British Columbia. In 1976, it moved to its current home, an award-winning concrete and glass structure designed by Canadian architect Arthur Erickson with the grounds landscaped by Cornelia Oberlander.

Since its inception, MOA has been at the forefront of bringing Indigenous art into the mainstream by collecting and curating traditional and contemporary Indigenous art in a way that respects the artists and the cultures from which this work comes. MOA resides on the traditional and unceded territory of the Musqueam people and works by Musqueam artists welcome visitors to the site.

$ 15 $ 0

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