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Director Stephen Mandal presented two lectures in Boston last week.
In March, CPAC will hold a closed meeting to review the MoUs with the Governments of Italy and Colombia.
We call on the Egyptian authorities and all other parties to exercise their responsibilities to protect their country's irreplaceable cultural heritage.
The AIA is now accepting nominations for the 2015 Award.
The Call for Papers for the 2015 Annual Meeting is now available.
Read about the conservation and outreach that's been going on at this ancient Maya murals site.
The AIA congratulates Cotsen Grant winners William Parkinson and Darian Marie Totten.
The US and Bulgaria signed a Memorandum of Understanding to combat the looting of cultural heritage objects in Bulgaria.
Our print journal has a redesigned cover, and our website has had a facelift.
Andrew Moore gives his first lecture as AIA President on "The Future of Archaeology" at the National Arts Club in New York.
For those AM registrants who were unable to attend the Annual Meeting due to flight cancellations.
The United States extended its memorandum of understanding to continue protecting the rich archaeological heritage of China.
View our photo gallery from the meeting in Chicago! Attendees, tag yourself on Facebook.
The AIA is pleased to announce the names of newly elected officers and trustees.
The Pirkanmaa Provincial Museum published Archaeoogy in Society and Daily Life: Challenges and Co-operation in the 21st Century last month.
Nominate a deserving organization or individual for the Best Practices Award by May 1, 2014.
Learn more about the AIA's Museum Internship Program.
Listen to the latest news from the AIA. Includes: 2014 Annual Meeting, Award Winners, Deadlines, and more!