Your experience matters! Join our letter writing campaign to save a place you love. Bulgaria and China have recently requested that the U.S. renew the bilateral agreement that protects their […]
At the 2023 Annual Meeting (New Orleans, LA/hybrid), we saw many posters featuring work from around the world. Three posters were selected as winners for this year’s AIA Poster Award […]
Your experience matters! Join our letter writing campaign to save a place you love. If you appreciate the cultural heritage of Cambodia, North Macedonia, and/or Uzbekistan, there are a few […]
Last week, President Biden announced his intent to appoint three AIA members to serve on the United States Cultural Property Advisory Committee, better known as CPAC. Alexandra Jones, a current […]
Your experience matters! Join our letter writing campaign to save a place you love. If you appreciate the cultural heritage of Belize and/or Libya, there are a few ways you […]
The AIA’s 2019 Site Preservation Grant will fund preservation work taking place at Deir el-Ballas in Egypt.
Thimlich Ohinga in Kenya, an AIA Site Preservation Grant winner, is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Archaeological Institute of America is pleased to announce our newest Site Preservation Grant winner.
The project will develop a strategy to protect the site from encroachment, urbanization, and environmental change.
Today the achievements of the Antiquities Act are at risk. The National Monument Creation and Protection Act, H.R. 3990, erects hurdles that would make it virtually impossible for future presidents to designate national monuments
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