Dispatches from the AIA

Dispatches from the AIA, a regular feature in ARCHAEOLOGY magazine, reports on the latest initiatives and programs undertaken by the AIA and its over 100 affiliated local societies. Dispatches is a great way for AIA members and ARCHAEOLOGY readers to learn about the Institute and how the support of members and donors enables us to fulfill our mission of informing the public about archaeology.

March 1, 2011

A Toast to the Past; New AIA Award, Best Practices in Site Preservation, goes to Professor Giorgio Buccellati; AIA in the Lone Star State; AIA Award Winners

January 1, 2011

Early Americans in Texas; Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day

November 1, 2010

Forging Relationships in Bozeman; Education and Preservation at umm el-Jimal; Archaeology Fairs; Around the Web; Preserving Heritage in Conflict Zones

September 1, 2010

The Latest from the Field; AIA’s Website Gets a Makeover!; Submerged Maya Site Preserved; Upcoming Archaeology Fairs

July 2, 2010

Reaching Out!; Your Opinion Matters: Protecting Italy’s Heritage; Milwaukee Society’s Archaeology Extravaganza; Site Preservation Program Launches Pledge Drive

May 1, 2010

Saving the Past; Kissonerga Village, Cyprus; Banteay Chhmar, Cambodia; New Site Preservation Award; Archaeology and Tourism; Teaching with Tut; Upcoming AIA Events; AIA Societies in Action

March 1, 2010

Dive into Archaeology!

January 1, 2010

Attend an AIA Lecture Near You

November 1, 2009

“What Does the AIA Do?”; Saving the Moai; Students Unearth the Ancient Maya

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