This past October was a busy, exciting month for the AIA’s Outreach and Education Department.
"Indiana Jones" shows his commitment to real archaeology.
To honor our immediate past president, the AIA has established the Nancy C. Wilkie Lectureship in Archaeological Heritage.
The AIA Council has voted to elect three distinguished colleagues to Foreign Honorary membership.
The Task Force has produced a policy statement on electronic publications and scholarly work in digital formats that has recently been endorsed by the Board of Directors of the APA and the Executive Committee of the AIA.
Update December 19, 2005: Archaeologist Susanne Osthoff has been freed by her captors. She is reported to be in the German Embassy in Baghdad and in good physical condition.
In November 2004 the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) received the prestigious Winckelmann Medal from the German Archaeological Institute (Deutsches Archäologisches Institut or DAI).
The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) is proud to announce that it has been named the recipient of the prestigious Winckelmann Medal of the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (German Archaeological Institute, DAI).
The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) is pleased to announce that Dr. Naomi J. Norman has been selected as the next Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Archaeology (AJA).
The AIA is happy to announce that the American Journal of Archaeology will be available online as a part of JSTOR's Art & Sciences II Collection.
AIA President Elizabeth Bartman presents the new AIA Vision Statement.
The 2014 BP Award goes to the California Archaeological Site Stewardship Program for its grassroots efforts to train local communities in the preservation of archaeological sites.
The Chicago Hyatt Regency Hotel has graciously extended the discounted AM room rate until December 17, 2013!