The AIA is pleased to present its 127th National Lecture Program, running from September 2022 through April 2023. Top scholars from North America and abroad are presenting a wide range of current archaeological topics and, as always, lectures are free to the public—everyone is welcome to attend.
Monthly (September-April) evening virtual presentations.
Short daytime virtual talks with lots of built in Q&A.
In-person (mostly) lectures at AIA Societies.
Available to AIA Local Societies, you can find more information about upcoming locally arranged lectures on your Society’s page.
See National Lecture Program ad with schedules for AIA Archaeology Hour and Archaeology Abridged.
You can contact the AIA Lecture Coordinator at Lectures@archaeological.org for more information. We hope you are able to attend an AIA lecture, in whatever format it is, soon!
If you would like to nominate a colleague to lecture in the AIA’s National Lecture Program, please fill out this form. Be sure to alert your colleague that you have nominated them, as they will have to fill out their own form indicating their willingness to lecture for the AIA.
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Click here to access forms/slides for AIA National Lecturers.
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