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Celebration of International Archaeology Day (IAD): Archaeology Book Club

Ashley Morton will be leading us in a discussion of Sarah Moss’ novel, Ghost Wall (“a taut, gripping tale of a young woman and an Iron Age reenactment trip that unearths frightening behavior…”). Come celebrate International Archaeology Day with us! This event will be hosted online, via Zoom. Advance registration is required. Please use the […]

The Power of the Ancestors at Pylos

Andrews Hall, Room 101, College of William & Mary 605 Jamestown Road, Williamsburg, VA, United States

Howland Lecture

Awash in Innuendo at the Baths of Caracalla

WEBINAR (New Haven 1) New Haven, CT

a remote ZOOM lecture by Maryl Gensheimer, University of Maryland Archaeological Institute of America, New Haven Society November 2 2021, from 5-6 pm Zoom link:   You are invited to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Zoom is Yale’s audio and visual conferencing platform. Topic: AIA Fall 2021 Time: Nov 2, 2021 05:00 PM Eastern Time (US […]

U2 Spy Plane Photos and The Archaeology of the Middle East

Declassified military imagery from planes and satellites plays an important role in landscape and environmental archaeology. Historic imagery sources, especially the large archives generated by the US during the Cold War, are far better than Google Earth for providing archaeologists with a window into the past, before development and intensive agriculture took hold in many […]

POSTPONED!!! “Archaeology through Art: Early Modern Japanese Ship Construction”

THIS LECTURE HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL SOMETIME IN THE SPRING. Michelle Damian, Assistant Professor of History, Monmouth College ( Maritime trade and transport flourished during Japan’s early modern (Edo, 1603 – 1868) period, connecting the urban centers of Osaka and Edo with the farthest reaches of Hokkaido and Kyushu. The omnipresent nature and variety of […]

Weapons, Warfare, and Women

Whitman College, Maxey Hall 413-461 Boyer Ave, Walla Walla, WA, United States

The Dangerous Lives of Early Bronze Age Women in Central Anatolia Speaker: Stephanie Selover Abstract: In archaeology and art history, women of the ancient world are often identified through stereotypically “feminine” materials such as jewelry or weaving tools. This study of ancient cultures and the rise of early urbanism in the Early Bronze Age (ca. […]