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NEWS from the American Journal of Archaeology
AJA launches historical timeline
Live Science Top Discoveries of 2016
AIA VP Jodi Magness’ discovery was selected as one of the 9 Biggest Archaeology Findings of 2016 by LiveScience.
2017 AIA Award Winners
The AIA congratulates the 2017 Award Winners!
Annual Meeting Hotel Block Closing!
The Sheraton Centre Hotel is full, but there are still rooms available at the Hilton Toronto just across the street. Reserve by this Friday, December 23rd to secure the group rate of $159 CDN per night plus taxes.
2017 Conference for Heritage Educators
The 3rd Conference for Heritage Educators will take place on January 7, 2017 in Toronto.
Jane C. Waldbaum Scholarship Gives First Time Archaeology Dig Experience to Students
Recipients of the Jane C. Waldbaum Archaeological Field School Scholarship share their amazing experiences courtesy of the scholarship.
"Arqueotón 2016": A Family Fair with Universidad Externado of Colombia
Universidad Externado held an event with activities included simulated excavation for children and a tour through sites/periods that show the social changes that have occurred in Colombia.
Beaufort County Library Presents the Fourth Year of "What the Heck Is It?"
The drop in was open to the general public who chose items from their personal collections to bring in for identification.
The First Stargazers with the Lafayette Science Museum
The Lafayette Science Museum celebrated International Archaeology Day by running the planetarium program, "The First Stargazers."
"5000 Years of Iranian Engineering" with AIA-Stanford
The AIA-Stanford Society and the Stanford Persian Student Association premiered the documentary and book release, "5000 Years of Iranian Engineering".
International Archaeology Day with the University of Guyana
The University of Guyana's interactive activities, demonstrations and dissemination of informative information to the University campus community which brought lots of favorable response from faculty and students.
Unearthing History at the Royal Ontario Museum
In the Museum-wide event, the Royal Ontario Museum presented a lecture and multiple workshops for it's participants.
Stories from the Dirt: Uncovering Up History
Underground Railroad History Project heard a lecture from Ron Greene and participated in a dig at the Thomas Elkins property.
You Are What You Wear: Clothing and Adornment in the Ancient World
The AIA-Milwaukee IAD event showcased that in ancient times, just like in modern times, different fashions and ways of dressing could say a lot about a person and their culture.
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