Submit a Blog Article

A lively International Archaeology Day blog will help raise the profile of the event and encourage participation. Collaborating Organizations may provide articles announcing events and significant updates to listed events. They are also required to provide a follow-up report post-event. Articles should be submitted using the form that follows.

Blogs should adhere to the following formatting rules:

  • The first sentence of the blog article should include the name of your organization and “International Archaeology Day.”
    • Examples:
      • The AIA-Gainesville Society will be doing some community outreach on International Archaeology Day by staffing a table at a popular local library with information on how library patrons can get involved with the AIA and learn more about archaeology!
      • The Denver and Boulder Chapters of the Archaeological Institute of America cosponsored an event that was hosted by Paleoresearch Institute Inc. for International Archaeology Day.
      • For the inaugural International Archaeology Day, Florida Public Archaeology Network staff around the state participated in a wide array of activities.
  • Minimum length: 3 sentences.
  • If you are announcing or providing an update about an upcoming event, be sure to provide a link to the event’s listing on the International Archaeology Day calendar.

International Archaeology Day: Submit a Blog Article

  • Minimum length: 3 sentences
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