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A Birthday Celebration in Honor of Former Governing Board Trustee Gertrude Howland
July 30, 2015
Former Trustee Gertrude Howland celebrated her 105th birthday on July 25 in Richmond, Virginia.
Museum Internship Update: Sarah Kate McKinney
July 15, 2015
Sarah Kate McKinney, a 2015 Elizabeth Bartman Museum Internship Fund recipient, shares an update about her activities at the Smithsonian Institute.
A Baltic Cruise
July 2, 2015
AIA President Andrew Moore recently led an AIA Tour through the Baltic, a cruise that interspersed tours of world-renowned museums with trips to towns like Roskilde and Sigtuna for a unique look at the architecture of the Middle Ages.
AIA Tours: In the Wake of the Vikings cruise, Glasgow to Copenhagen May/June 2015
July 1, 2015
Waldbaum Spotlight: Emily Durham
June 8, 2015
Emily Durham, University of Pittsburgh senior and 2014 Waldbaum recipient, shares her Alaskan field school experiences.
President Andrew Moore Interviewed on CCTV America
April 15, 2015
Andrew Moore spoke to CCTV America viewers on the importance of preserving ancient artifacts from the hands of ISIL.
AIA Serves Up A Taste of Ancient History This April
March 26, 2015
AIA is teaming up with Elifant Tours and Phaidon publishers to create a delicious and authentic menu of ancient foods for the upcoming Saving Ancient Places Benefit Evening.
William Parkinson - Cotsen Grant Recipient
February 25, 2015
2014 Cotsen Grant Recipient William Parkinson shares news of exciting discoveries made by an international team of archaeologists at the unique prehistoric site of Ksagounaki in Greece.
Wiseman Book Award Call for Nominations
February 19, 2015
Call for nominations for the 2016 Wiseman Book Award, honoring an academic publication.
Dr. Miriam Stark will present the Public Lecture “Imagining Angkor: Politics, Myths, and Archaeology.”
December 26, 2014
AIA Tours: Highlights of Morocco: From the Desert to the Sea, October 2016
AIA Tours: Circumnavigating the Black Sea, fall 2016
AIA TOURS: Hiking Scotland’s Orkney & Shetland Islands, July 2016
AIA TOURS’ “Japan by Sea” cruise, spring 2016
AIA TOURS’ “In the Wake of the Vikings” cruise, Glasgow to Copenhagen, June 2016
AIA Tours’ “Israel: Treasures of the Holy Land” Program, May 2016
Program Highlight from Ellen Perry, Chair of the Program for the Annual Meeting Committee
AM Workshop: Evidence and Emergency Responses to Cultural Heritage Destruction in the Middle East
Annual Meeting Workshop: Navigating the Publication Process
Video Update from the AIA's John R. Coleman Fellow
Statement Regarding the United States of America’s Intention to Withdraw from UNESCO
On October 12, 2017, the United States announced its decision to withdraw from the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 2018.
Archaeology Day Celebrated at Fairs in Bogotá and Boston
Last weekend saw celebrations for archaeology on both American continents as archaeology fairs were held in Bogotá and Boston.
Achill Island 2017: Cromlech Tumulus
It has been a fantastic summer as we carried out our final season at the "Cromlech Tumulus" site on the south-facing slopes of Slievemore mountain.
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