2010 AIA Pomerance Award for Scientific Contributions to Archaeology winner Paul Goldberg co-authored a paper published yesterday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America regarding the earliest known discovery of man-made fire.
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The Young Patrons of AIA attended a behind-the-scenes visit to the American Numismatic Society of New York.
News outlets pick up story on treasure-hunting and the unethical digging of archaeological sites.
Elizabeth Bartman, AIA President, calls for protection of Syrian sites.
Elizabeth Bartman, AIA President, sent letters to executives at National Geographic and Spike TV to express concern over the content of two new TV shows.
Call for Papers for the 2013 AIA Annual Meeting in Seattle is now available.
On February 9, the Central MS/Jackson local society helped organize and promote the world premier, at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi, of the National Geographic film “Quest for the Lost Maya”, which features Millsaps College archaeology professor and local society member George Bey and his students digging at the Maya site of Kiuic in Yucatan, Mexico.
The 113th AIA/APA Joint Annual Meeting, held in Philadelphia, attracted more than 3,000 registrants who attended sessions led by more than 800 speakers and more than 200 discrete events presented by archaeologists, classicists, epigraphers, art historians, and anthropologists from across the globe.
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Director Stephen Mandal presented two lectures in Boston last week.