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“We Are Shaped by Space”: Some Archaeological Perspectives of the Materiality of Black Life

UMass Amherst, Herter Hall 227 161 Presidents Drive, Amherst, MA, United States

Ellen and Charles S. La Follette Lecture For Zoom attendance, please register here: https://tinyurl.com/2xcu7ntk Dr. Whitney Battle-Baptiste (UMass Amherst) will present a hybrid lecture on the topic “'We Are Shaped by Space': Some Archaeological Perspectives of the Materiality of Black Life."

A Lecture about the Neolithic site of the Ness of Brodgar in Orkney (Scotland) by Scott Pike PhD, Environmental Science and Archaeology, Willamette University

Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture (MAC) 2316 West 1st Avenue, Spokane, WA, United States

Abstract coming soon. About Dr. Scott Pike: As both a trained geologist and archaeologist, my research uses geological theories and methodologies to tackle archaeological and art historical problems. Currently, I am pursuing two major research trajectories. The first is the development and application of portable instrumentation to study the synergistic relationships between societies and their […]

Guided Tour of Newark Earthworks

Newark Earthworks 455 Hebron Rd, Heath, OH, United States

Join us for a guided tour of the Newark Earthworks, for members & friends of the AIA. Cost is $10, please bring cash to speed along check-in. RSVP is not required, but it’ll help us gauge interest. If you think you’ll attend, let us know here.

“Animals of the Bayeux Tapestry” by Dr. Gail Owen-Crocker

Missouri History Museum, AT&T Room 5700 Lindell Blvd, St. Louis, MO, United States

5 May 2024, Sunday at 2 PM (Central Standard Time Zone). Lecture by Dr. Gail Owen-Crocker, Professor Emerita of the University of Manchester, "Animals of the Bayeux Tapestry" . Lecture location - Missouri History Museum, AT & T room. Join us in the museum cafe for lunch (dutch treat) at noon to chat with the […]

How Egyptologist George Reisner Went Walking Among Pharaohs

California Palace of the Legion of Honor Gunn Theater, 100 - 34th Avenue, Lincoln Park, San Francisco, CA

The American Research Center in Egypt, Northern California chapter, and the UC Berkeley Department of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures invite you to attend a lecture by Dr. Peter Der Manuelian, Harvard: How Egyptologist George Reisner Went Walking Among Pharaohs May 5, 2024 (2 pm Pacific Time, live at the Legion of Honor, San Francisco) […]

AIA Student Affairs Interest Group Dissertation Lecture: “In Search of Border Sanctuaries: Religion, Landscape, and Territory in the Peloponnese”

Every year, the AIA Student Affairs Interest Group (SAIG)Dissertation Lecture speaker is Shannon M. Dunn (Bryn Mawr College), who will be presenting her lecture: "In Search of Border Sanctuaries: Religion, Landscape, and Territory in the Peloponnese". Join us for her virtual lecture on Zoom on Tuesday, May 7th at 2pm Eastern. Register for the lecture […]

In search of a lost hydraulic treasure in Iraqi Kurdistan: how to virtually study abandoned subterranean qanat systems

The Embassy Public House 1435 West Taylor Street, Chicago, IL, United States

Talk by Dr. Mehrnoush Soroush (Ancient Near Eastern Studies, University of Chicago) Throughout the Middle Ages, thousands of miles of underground water management infrastructure, known as qanats, were built to sustain thriving societies despite the arid environments of the Middle East and Central Asia. There is enormous interest in the history and functioning of qanat […]

From the Green Sahara to Kushite Pharaohs: Common origins, differentiation, and the long term entanglements of Nubians and Egyptians

Penn Museum 3260 South St, Philadelphia, PA, United States

In-person Lecture Saturday, May 11 at 3:30 pm EST Penn Museum, Classroom L2 Speaker: Dr. Stuart Tyson Smith Lecture Topic: From the Green Sahara to Kushite Pharaohs: Common origins, differentiation, and the long term entanglements of Nubians and Egyptians Abstract: Egyptologists have for a long time seen Egypt as isolated along the Nile and a […]