AIA Awards Ceremony

Each year, the Archaeological Institute of America gathers at the Annual Meeting to recognize the work of our outstanding award winners. You can watch the 2021 Awards Ceremony below.

Join us in congratulating this year’s winners!

Outstanding Public Service Award – Nancy Wilkie

Outstanding Work in Digital Archaeology – Nunalleq: Stories from the Village of our Ancestors project, Accepted by Alice Watterson

Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award – Diane Conlin

Felicia A. Holton Book Award – The Barbarians: Lost Civilizations by Peter Bogucki

Anna Marguerite McCann Award for Fieldwork Reports – Ayia Sotira: A Mycenaean Chamber Tomb Cemetery in the Nemea Valley, Greece by R. Angus K. Smith, Mary K. Dabney, Evangelia Papi, Sevasti Triantaphyllou, and James C. Wright

James R. Wiseman Book Award – The Early Roman Expansion into Italy: Elite Negotiation and Family Agendas by Nicola Terrenato

Graduate Student Paper Award, First Prize (2020) – Drew Davis

Martha and Artemis Joukowsky Distinguished Service Award – Jane Waldbaum

Pomerance Award for Scientific Contributions to Archaeology – Paula Reimer

Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement – Katherine Dunbabin

Golden Trowel Award – Central Pennsylvania Society

Lecture Flyer Award – Washington, DC Society

Website Award – Orange County Society

Foot Soldier Award – Paul Zimmerman, New York Society

Lifesaver Award – Aaron Theis, Denver Society

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