Mahalo nui for your membership application with the Society for Hawaiian Archaeology!

You have successfully joined the Society for Hawaiian Archaeology.  SHA membership is due annually each January. SHA membership dues support the perpetuation and education of Hawaiian archaeology through our youth outreach program, workshops for members, special electronic publications, and our journal. Membership dues also provide exclusive members-only access to our website, in addition to our SHA email “ListServe” discussions and announcements.

Your dues also support the Society’s mission statement through legislative and community representation. These programs are dependent on member’s dues, the management of which is overseen by our volunteer Board of Directors and Standing Committee Members.

Login to the member section of the website by using the login on the right sidebar of the website.

Please plan on joining us October 11-13 for our 2013 SHA annual conference to be held at the Bishop Museum on the island of O‘ahu. This is a great chance to share current research among colleagues, as well as meeting new and long-term members. Further details will be posted soon.

If you should have any questions, feel free to contact me.

Mahalo nui for your support and welcome as a new member with the Society for Hawaiian Archaeology.

Mālama pono,
Victoria Wichman
Society for Hawaiian Archaeology


Society for Hawaiian Archaeology
P.O. Box 22458
Honolulu, Hawaii 96823

The Society for Hawaiian Archaeology is a registered tax-exempt organization established in 1980 to:
• Promote and stimulate interest and research in the archaeology of the Hawaiian Islands
• Encourage a more rational public appreciation of the aims and limitations of archaeological research
• Serve as a bond among those interested in Hawaiian archaeology, both professionals and non-professionals, and aid in directing their efforts into more scientific channels as well as encourage the publication of their results
• Advocate and assist in the conservation of archaeological data
• Discourage unethical commercialism in the archaeological field and work for its elimination.