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Reports from the Field

UC Berkeley graduate students kick off the academic year at our annual Reports from the Field event, reporting on their summer research and excavation experiences at various sites across the globe. Alec Apodaca will be discussing a Native American archaeological site in the San Vicente Redwoods that was damaged during post-fire work related to the […]

BYU’s Museum of Peoples and Cultures: Utah Valley Exhibit Opening

Museum of Peoples and Cultures 2201 N Canyon Rd., Provo, UT, United States

Come celebrate the opening of our new Utah Valley exhibit at this education-focused open house event! The new exhibit features artifacts from the four main groups that have inhabited Utah Valley, many of them excavated by archaeologists at BYU. Activities at the event will include demonstrations of our educational resources, guided tours, refreshments, and more!

Sicily: Archaeology, Art & Cuisine

Travel with our engaging AIA lecturer and host, archaeologist Gerry Schaus. Discover and learn about many of the most impressive archaeological monuments found anywhere in the Mediterranean, such as Agrigento, Selinunte, Segesta, and Syracuse. Admire spectacular, sunlit landscapes of undulating vineyards and Mediterranean Sea vistas. See two of the finest examples of Norman architecture: Monreale […]

Foreigners as Symbols in Ancient Egyptian Tombs (1550-1372 BCE)

Davidson College 315 North Main Street, Semans Auditorium, Belk Visual Arts Center, Davidson, NC, United States

A lecture by Dr. Flora Brooks Anthony, Kennesaw State University AIA Central Carolinas Society 333 and Davidson College, Davidson, NC, welcome the public to join us for a free virtual lecture by Dr. Flora Brooks Anthony of Kennesaw State University, Georgia. THIS LECTURE WILL BE HELD ON ZOOM ONLY, not in person. Dr. Flora […]

Archaeology Abridged: The Secrets of an Ancient Indian City

Join us for this Archaeology Abridged talk by Monica Smith. The Indian subcontinent is home to a number of the world’s great civilizations and religious traditions. About two and a half thousand years ago, a tremendous synergy of urbanism, rulership, writing systems, and the advent of Buddhism and Jainism was expressed in hundreds of archaeological […]

“Feeding Cahokia”

Warren County History Museum 238 S. Sunny Lane, Monmouth, IL, United States

James Godde, Professor of Biology, Monmouth College ( Every year, the Biology Department at Monmouth College teaches a half-semester course entitled Topics in the History of Biology. This past fall, the specific focus was “Feeding Cahokia: Agricultural Technology of Native Americans during the Mississippian Period". The class focused on a book written by Gayle J. […]