Society News

National Archaeology Day at Stanford

October 25, 2011

The AIA-Stanford Society celebrated National Archaeology Day with four public tours of the Stanford Museum.

AIA Congratulates Hartford Society on 100 Years

October 6, 2011

On October 5th, the AIA’s Hartford Society celebrated its centennial with a festive reception and dinner in Hamlin Hall at Trinity College followed by the Borowski Lecture delivered by Professor Rosemary Joyce of the University of California, Berkeley, on the history of chocolate.

Archaeology Day in Cleveland

September 27, 2011

The AIA-Cleveland Society (Cleveland Archaeological Society) will be celebrating National Archaeology Day and Ohio Archaeology Month at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History with family friendly hands-on archaeology activities!  See their event posting.

AIA-Gainesville Society Event added to National Archaeology Day Calendar!

September 26, 2011

The AIA-Gainesville Society will be doing some community outreach on National 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!  There will also be an exciting lecture on “The Last Days of Pompeii” in the afternoon!  […]

AIA-New York Society National Archaeology Day Event

September 23, 2011

The AIA-New York Society will be celebrating National Archaeology Day a week early with a talk about the ongoing excavation at Seneca Village in Central Park.  After the talk participants will be able to view some of the artifacts from the excavation! See the event page for more details about the event and a brief […]

Online Contest Winner: AIA-Milwaukee Society

May 23, 2011

The AIA-Milwaukee Society won the online contest for the 2010-2011 Best AIA Local Society Program.

Interview with AIA lecturer Brendan Foley

January 29, 2009

Interview with AIA lecturer Brendan Foley

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