International Archaeology Day Blog
The Underground Railroad History Project of the NY Capital Region has joined as a Collaborating Organization for National Archaeology Day. On October 23, they will be presenting a lecture by Corey McQuinn on the racialization of archaeology featuring vintage photographs of Stephen and Harriet Myers.
The University of West Florida Anthropology Department is celebrating National Archaeology Day by teaching about the science of archaeology
The Frankfort Department of Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites is partnering with the Kentucky Heritage Council for talks and tours of the Civil War sites at Leslie W. Morris Park at Fort Hill.
For National Archaeology Day, the Tolomato Cemetery will open its gates to visitors.
In celebration of National Archaeology Day, the the Metro Nashville Historical Commission and Fort Negley Historical Park will be hosting a "Lunch and Learn" presentation on "Historical Archaeology in Middle Tennessee."
The Bayon Information Center in Siem Reap, Cambodia has joined as a new Collaborating Organization for International Archaeology Day 2013.
The Legacy: Hands on the Past, Center for Archaeological Research at The University of Texas at San Antonio and Frank H. McClung Museum at the University of Tennessee Knoxville have returned for International Archaeology Day 2013.
This week, the AIA has paired with two new organizations to promote International Archaeology Day 2013.