New Books by AIA Members

List and brief description of recent and forthcoming books authored by the AIA membership.

by Asif Efrat
Oxford University Press (July, 2012)
 The book offers a theoretical frameowrk that explains why certain governments are willing to combat illicit trade, while others are reluctant to do so. This theory is applied to the efforts against the illicit trade in antiquities. The...
by Edited by Sinclair Bell and Teresa Ramsby
Bloomsbury Academic (March, 2012)
How did freed slaves reinvent themselves after the shackles of slavery had been lifted? How were they reintegrated into society, and what was their social position and status? What contributions did they make to the society that had once - sometimes...
by J. A. Becker and N. Terrenato (edd.)
University of Michigan Press (May, 2012)
  The Roman villa is a classic icon of Western culture, and yet villa can be used to cover a multiplicity of ideas, experiences, and places. In the late Republic and early Imperial periods, villas are inseparable...
by edited by Kevin T. Glowacki and Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan
American School of Classical Studies (January, 2011)
This volume presents the papers of an international colloquium on the archaeology of houses and households in ancient Crete held in Ierapetra in May 2005. The 38 papers presented here range from a discussion of household activities at Final...
by Joseph L. Rife
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens (January, 2012)
This study describes and interprets the graves and human remains of Roman and Byzantine date recovered by excavation between 1954 and 1976 in several locales around the Isthmian Sanctuary and the succeeding fortifications. This material provides...