Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association (IPPA)

Association de préhistoire de la région Indo-Pacifique

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History

1953, as Far-Eastern Prehistory Association, following organizational activities commencing in 1929. Present name adopted 26 Sep 1976, Nice (France).

Aims

Promote cooperation in the study of prehistory and related subjects of Eastern Asia, the Pacific and prehistorically related areas; help maintain direct communication among scholars working in the field; uphold and improve scientific methods of prehistorical and related research.

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Activities

Organizes: Congress (every 4 years); regional meetings.

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Languages

English.

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Members

Members in 39 countries
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UIA Org ID

C0072

Last News Received

2019
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