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ARCE-NC Lecture May 1 by Aidan Dodson: The Resurrection of the First Pharaohs

The American Research Center in Egypt, Northern California Chapter, and the Near Eastern Studies Department, University of California, Berkeley, invite you to attend a virtual lecture by Dr. Aidan Dodson, University of Bristol: The Resurrection of the First Pharaohs Sunday, May 1, 2022, 2 PM Pacific Time (note the earlier time) Zoom Lecture. A registration […]

War on Looting: Contested Object Case Studies

on Zoom - pre-register via our partner org here: St. Paul, MN, United States

Please join us for an hour of brief case studies and Q&A about Looting presented by UST Art History graduate students!

From Stonehenge to Carnac

Megaliths, Monuments & Tombs of Wessex & Brittany Explore the extraordinary prehistoric sites of Wessex, England, and Brittany, France. Amidst beautiful landscapes see world-renowned, as well as lesser-known, Neolithic and Bronze Age megaliths and monuments such as enigmatic rings of giant standing stones and remarkable chambered tombs.

The Archaeology Channel International Film Festival

Recital Hall, The Shedd Institute 868 High St at E Broadway, Eugene, OR, United States

Begun in 2003, this is the only juried film competition in this genre in the Western Hemisphere. We organized it to exhibit for our audience the wonderful diversity of human cultures past and present in the exploration of our place in history and in our world. Through this Festival we wish to promote the genre […]

Earthquakes and the Structuring of Greco-Roman Society: the longue durée of human-geological environment relationships in Helike, Greece (SAIG/GSC Dissertation Lecture)

Speaker: Amanda Gaggioli, PhD Candidate, Department of Classics | Stanford Archaeology Center, Stanford University Bio: Amanda’s research combines specializations in archaeology, history, and ancient languages with environmental sciences, particularly geoarchaeology and soil micromorphology, to interpret cultural forms of environmental knowledge, cultural practices, landscapes, and paleoenvironments that factored into societal developments. This combined work accounts for […]

Garden Forests of the Amazon

Whitman College, Olin Hall 345 Boyer Ave, Walla Walla, WA, United States

To attend this lecture in-person, proof of vaccination plus booster and a K(N)-95 mask is required. Masks will be provided at the door (southern entrance of Olin Hall) for anyone who doesn't have one.

Daily Lives in an Age of Empires: Local Economic Life during the Late Bronze Age (1600-1200 BCE, Turkey)

Radisson Blu Vancouver Airport Hotel, Vancouver, California, Canada

The Late Bronze Age (1600-1200 BCE) in the Eastern Mediterranean stands out in the history of the ancient world as a time of political and economic consolidation, with multiple great powers – Mycenae, Babylonia, Egypt, the Hittites – exerting their military power in the region and engaging in an unprecedented degree of international trade and […]

Springtime in Provence

Burgundy • Beaujolais: Cruising the Rhone and Saône Rivers Join Archaeological Institute of America lecturer and congenial host Michael Hoff, a classical archaeologist who specializes in Roman architecture, for this exclusive, nine-day spring sojourn through Provence and the wine regions of Burgundy and Beaujolais. May is a wonderful time to visit when the region’s famous […]

Wine jars and jar makers of Cyprus

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

Dr. Gloria London (Independent Scholar, Seattle WA) Lecture in Memory of Dr. Sarah Keller A Danish police officer, who volunteered for the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus, spent his spare time documenting traditional technologies, especially those related to pottery production, farming, and bread. Knud Jensen recorded over 60 pitharia, the immense jars for fermenting […]