Oscar Broneer Memorial Lecture

Oscar Theodore Broneer was Professor of Classical Archaeology at the University of Chicago and recipient of the AIA’s Gold Medal for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement. He was also Professor of Archaeology at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens and a mainstay of the School’s excavations at ancient Corinth and Isthmia, Greece.

The Broneer Lectureship was established in 1998 by James R. Wiseman to honor his former professor. The Broneer Lecturer, who visits one local society annually, is chosen by the Lecture Program Committee of the AIA.


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