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Primordial Gods of Upper Egypt: Local Cult in Egypt’s Predynastic Period

Virtual Lecture by Dr. Jane Hill, Rowan University, brought to you by ARCE-PA Saturday, Oct. 17, 3:30pm EST To register, please go to the ARCE-PA website Deciphering the iconography of Late Predynastic Upper Egyptian D-Ware pottery has focused on interpretations of funerary processions and the afterlife journey to "The West" and the provisions the deceased […]

International Archaeology Day 10th Anniversary Virtual Gala

Verde Valley Archaeology Center & Museum 385 S. Main St., Camp Verde, AZ

International Archaeology Day (IAD) is a celebration of archaeology and its contributions to society. Every October the Archaeological Institute of American and archaeological organizations around the world, such as the Verde Valley Archaeology Center (VVAC), present archaeological programs and activities. The VVAC has held the Annual Gala, our most important fundraising event of the year, […]

Archaeology Rewritten: Bringing Belizean voices to the forefront

1416 Clay Street, Woodstock, McHENRY

Join us this Archaeology Day 2020 for a live discussion of the relevance of archaeology to today's Belizeans! We will have a panel of current and past students of anthropology and history from Galen University Belize and the University of Belize.

Past and Future of Turkish Archeology

Turkish Archaeologist Association PK 19 Ulus, Ankara

We organized an online panel on the subject. Our panel participants Prof.Dr. Tuba Ökse, Prof. Dr. Mehmet Özdoğan and Prof. Dr. Nevzat Çevik.

Public Dig for International Archaeology Day!

Cumming Nature Center 6472 Gulick Rd., Naples, NY

On October 18th, the AIA Rochester Society and the Cumming Nature Center will be hosting a public archaeological dig for families wishing to experience the magic of real-life archaeology! We will be excavating a site on the nature center's property that dates to the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Families can sign up for […]

Northeast Archeological Resources Program & Petersburg National Battlefield White Hill Panel

We chose the month of October to celebrate archeology month with posts all month long! We created a pre-recorded panel about archeological work done at Petersburg National Battlefield in March, and we're posting it on our social media pages on Sunday, October 18th by noon EST. Check it out on Facebook at @NortheastRegionArcheology or on […]

Towards an Antiracist Archaeology: Strategies for Creating and Sustaining Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Field, In the Canon, and In the Profession

In 2020, the dueling pandemics of Covid-19 and racism shook the nation. Though both are rooted in the structural and institutional inequalities embedded in American society, COVID exacerbated already high tensions. More than ever, we are confronted with the reality that the small achievements won by the Civil Rights Movement did little to get to […]

Reports from the Virtual Field

COVID-19 has affected the way archaeologists throughout the world have been able to conduct fieldwork and research. In celebration of International Archaeology Day (Saturday, October 17th, 2020) join us to hear how three UC Berkeley graduate students in Classical Archaeology and Anthropology adapted their research in the face of the international public health crisis. Jordan […]

“Representing Race in the Ancient Mediterranean”

Speaker: Margaret Beeler (Adjunct Assistant Professor in Classics, Department of Greek and Roman Classics, Temple University) Lecture abstract: How did ancient people think about race and ethnicity? What can it tell us about our modern ideas of social difference? This paper investigates representations of race and ethnicity in the art of the ancient Mediterranean. From […]