AIA Committees

Research and Academic Affairs Committee

Overseeing Officer: Thomas Tartaron, Vice President for Research and Academic Affairs

Chair: Thomas Tartaron, (ex officio)

Staff Liaison: Kevin Mullen,

The Committee on Research and Academic Affairs aims to promote the health and vibrancy of the discipline of archaeology in research and higher education. It will support, advocate for, and monitor educational training, research opportunities, and professional ethics as they relate to research and academic affairs.


Emily Anderson, (2019-2022) Term 1

Bryan Burns, (2020-2023) Term 2

Vanessa Davies, (2020-2023) Term 1

Michael Galaty, (2020-2023) Term 2

Maryl Gensheimer, (2019-2022) Term 1

Elizabeth M. Greene, (2021-2024) Term 2

Ömür Harmanşah, (2021-2024) Term 1

Alexandra Jones, (2021-2024) Term 1

SeungJung Kim, (2021-2024) Term 1

Vivian Laughlin, (2020-2023) Term 1

Kathleen Lynch, (2020-2023) Term 2

Joanne Murphy, (2020-2023) Term 1

Dimitri Nakassis, (2019-2022) Term 1

John Papadopoulos, (2020-2023) Term 1

Betsey Robinson, (2020-2023) Term 1

Thomas Roby, (2020-2023) Term 2

Kim Shelton, (2019-2022) Term 1

Monica Smith, (2021-2024) Term 1

Anthony Tuck, (2020-2022) Term 1

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