On Thursday, September 23, 2010, more than 325 friends of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) gathered at the Times Center in New York City to explore the rich history and culture of Cyprus.
Attend a special lecture and reception to honor the 50th anniversary of the Republic of Cyprus. Classical archaeologist Joan Breton Connelly will take us on a tour of Cyprus through an exploration of the great love stories from myth and history that are set on the island.
The AIA website has a new look and feel. Vivid images and streamlined navigation make it even easier for visitors to search for an event or lecture, join a Local Society, discover excavation opportunities, and learn about the Institute’s worldwide efforts to protect endangered archaeological sites.
Thank you for joining us at the 2010 Joint Annual Meeting of the AIA and APA, which was the 111th Annual Meeting for the AIA and the 141st meeting of the APA. Over 400 archaeologists, classicists, epigraphers, art historians, and anthropologists presented their latest findings and discoveries from 2009 at the Anaheim Marriott Hotel in sunny California.
The President, Board of Governors, and Archaeology Committee of the National Arts Club (NAC) awarded ARCHAEOLOGY, AIA's award-winning popular magazine, its medal of Honor for Distinguished Coverage of the Field of Archaeology Worldwide.
The 2009 AIA and APA Joint Annual Meeting exceeded attendance expectations on every level! We welcomed more than 2,800 attendees to the Philadelphia Downtown Marriott making it the second largest in overall attendance after the Chicago in 2008.
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.
In advance of the Institute's 2015 Working Conference for Educators: Building a Strong Future for Archaeological Outreach and Education the AIA is soliciting a series of one-page descriptions of existing archaeological outreach and education programs.
We began the first week with our second group of students by explaining the archaeology of Achill Island and touring the sites at Slievemore.
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