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A Letter from AIA President Jodi Magness on the Proposed 2018 Federal Budget
Learn about how you can support NEH, NEA, and the ORCs during this critical time.
Annual Photo Contest Winners
After a week of voting, several winning photographers have emerged from the AIA's Sixth Annual Photo Contest
Dispatches from the AIA - March 2017
AIA Welcomes New President, Officers, and Trustees at Annual Meeting in Toronto; AIA Pleased to Announce New Research and Fieldwork Grants; Lecture Program Begins Spring Schedule; Join a Society Today; International Archaeology Day Continues to Grow; AIA Award Winners
SPAAA Vol. 3 Now Available
The third volume in the Kress-supported series: Selected Papers on Ancient Art and Architecture, entitled: What Shall I Say of Clothes? Theoretical and Methodological Approaches to the Study of Dress in Antiquity, is now available.
New Grants from the AIA
The Archaeological Institute of America is pleased to announce the availability of three new grants for archaeological research.
AIA Board Member Dr. Sarah Parcak Officially Launches GlobalXplorer
Dr. Sarah Parcak, a space archaeologist and AIA Board member, today officially launches GlobalXplorer: a citizen science and archaeology platform that’s enlisting people around the world to discover sites unknown to modern archaeologists.
International Archaeology Day with the Ohio History Connection
For International Archaeology Day 2016, the Ohio History Connection hosted Archaeology Day at the Ohio History Center in Columbus on Saturday, October 1.
Ephorate of Antiquities of Achaea's Archaeologists for a Day
For International Archaeology Day of 2016, the Ephorate of Antiquities of Achaea and Ministry of Culture, Greece organized a three-session educational event called “Archaeologists for a Day” during October 2016.
International Archeaology Day at the John Jarvie Historic Ranch
The Vernal Field Office put together a community outreach activity at the John Jarvie Historic Ranch in Brown's Park, Utah to celebrate the significance of the region in Utah and national history.
University of Puget Sound Holds International Archaeology Day Symposium
The University of Puget Sound organized an afternoon-long symposium on the practices of indigenous archaeology and broader decolonizing perspectives in education for International Archaeology Day.
Annual Meeting 2018 Call for Papers
The 2018 AIA/SCS Annual Meeting will be held in Boston, MA from January 4-7 at the Boston Marriott Copley Place. The online submission system is now open.
Diggin’ RVA: Engaging Richmond with Archaeology
Read about the Richmond, VA, Society's Outreach Grant program, "Diggin’ RVA: Engaging Richmond with Archaeology"
AIA Supports ASOR Statment
The AIA strongly supports ASOR's statement regarding the US Executive Order, “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States,” issued on January 27, 2017.
AIA-Rockford Society Celebrates 50th Lecture Season
On Tuesday, January 24, the AIA-Rockford Society celebrated their 50th lecture season with cake.
AIA-Milwaukee Society Organizes April Event that Includes Neighboring Societies
On Saturday, April 8, 2017 the AIA-Milwaukee Society is organizing the first-ever gathering of neighboring AIA local societies from the Midwest.

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