The AIA Lincoln/Omaha Society splits its robust lecture program between two cities, and its events draw up to 200 people. Learn more about one of the AIA's younger societies, promoting archaeological interest in Nebraska.
Curious about where an advanced degree in archaeology might lead you? Alternate academic careers can be found in the form of academic advising, program and curriculum development, and work in academic libraries.
The AIA is pleased to offer the Harriet and Leon Pomerance Fellowship, to support an individual project of a scholarly nature, related to Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology. Learn more about the 2014 recipient of the Pomerance Fellowship, Daniel Fallu.
Throughout June we will be auctioning off trips online. Your bid will help sustain and even create new funds for research, excavation, and site preservation; send students to their first field schools; and provide teachers with the tools they need to bring the past alive in the classroom.
The Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD), Archaeological Institute of America (AIA), Society for American Archaeology (SAA), and the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) released a joint statement in response to news reports of the destruction of a gate of Nineveh and other works of ancient art in the Mosul Museum, Iraq.