Interest Groups

Archaeology of Maghrib Interest Group

Co-Chairs:
Stephen A. Collins-Elliott, sce@utk.edu
J. Andrew Dufton, andrew.dufton@nyu.edu

The Archaeology of the Maghrib Interest Group (AMIG) consists of AIA members with an interest in the archaeology of North Africa of all periods from the prehistoric to the medieval, and in promoting its understanding to members of the AIA through its various programs and publications.

For more information, visit http://amig.utk.edu/.

Members


Stephen A. Collins-Elliott (Co-Chair)

J. Andrew Dufton (Co-Chair)

Lisa Fentress

Joann Freed

R. Bruce Hitchner

Susan Kane

Matthew McCarty

Katelin McCullough

Ronald A. Messier

Tom Morton

Nichole Sheldrick

Lea Stirling

David Stone

Susan Stevens

Philip von Rummel

Alicia Walker

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