Society News

IAD at the Parthenon with the AIA-Nashville Society

January 31, 2020

Did you know that Centennial Park in Nashville, Tennessee is home to a full-scale replica of the Athenian Parthenon?  In 2019 the AIA-Nashville Society received an AIA Society Outreach Grant to host their first “International Archaeology Day at the Parthenon” event.  The October 19th event, hosted by the Nashville Parthenon, shared the legacy of Greek […]

AIA-Williamsburg Society Co-Sponsors Local Archaeology Day

November 13, 2019

Thanks to an AIA Society Outreach Grant, on September 26th the AIA-Williamsburg Society co-sponsored William and Mary Archaeology Day along with William and Mary’s Center for Liberal Arts and Arts & Sciences Annual Fund. Participants included faculty and students from the departments of Anthropology, Art History, Chemistry, Classical Studies, Religious Studies, and the Center for […]

AIA-St. Louis Society Celebrates IAD

November 13, 2019

The St. Louis Society hosted International Archaeology Day 2019 at the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site. Attendees were encouraged to explore the site and the museum. Professor Steve Dasovich of Lindenwood University gave a lecture on historical archaeology.

Vancouver Celebrates IAD at the University of British Columbia

November 8, 2019

On International Archaeology Day, the AIA-Vancouver Society sponsored an event held in the Laboratory of Archaeology (LOA) at University of British Columbia’s Museum of Anthropology. Over 40 attendees were treated to talks from Department of Classical, Near Eastern, Religious Studies (CNERS) faculty members Hector Williams, who discussed his work in Greece at Mytilene and Stymphalos; […]

Inaugural AIA-New York Society Scholars Announced

November 7, 2019

The AIA-New York Society has launched a new initiative, the AIA-New York Society Scholars Program.  The Program promotes student involvement in the AIA and the AIA-New York Society through 2 parts: 1)  The AIA-New York Society awards up to 6 free complimentary student memberships in the AIA for students enrolled in a college or university […]

AIA-Rochester Society’s Community Archaeology Day

November 5, 2019

On September 14 and 15 the AIA-Rochester Society worked with the Cummins Nature Center to organize Community Archaeology Day at Frost Town, a weekend event for the public to participate in the activities occurring during at an active archaeological excavation site. We combined the original proposed event with Family Archaeology Weekend, pooling the resources of […]

AIA-San Diego Society Builds Partnership while Celebrating IAD

November 4, 2019

To celebrate International Archaeology Day this October, the Archaeological Institute of America-San Diego Society planned a reception and archaeological activity to take place before the society’s opening fall lecture (Dr. Flora Brooke Anthony) on Friday, October 18th. Supported by an IAD grant from the National AIA, for this event, the San Diego Society worked with […]

AIA-Denver Society Joins Local IAD Celebration

October 28, 2019

In conjunction with the Rangers, Staff, and Volunteers at the Roxborough State Park of the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Department, the AIA-Denver Society along with many other local archaeological groups, successfully held yet another International Archaeology Day celebration both within the Park itself and at the adjoining Roxborough Intermediate School. Total visitors were estimated to […]

Over 700 Celebrate IAD with Fair in Riverside

October 23, 2019

Over 700 people attended the International Archaeology Day Expo at the Hidden Valley Nature Center, in Riverside, CA. Exhibitors came from universities, government agencies, museums, cultural resource management companies, and historical societies. The Expo was sponsored by the AIA-Riverside Society and the Riverside County Regional Parks District. Great additions came from Prickly Pear Jam, playing […]

AIA-North Alabama Society Hosts Two Events on IAD

October 22, 2019

Despite a rainy day, the North Alabama Society and their partner the Alabama Archaeological Society hosted an archaeology fair at historic Lowe Mill in Huntsville, AL. In the evening, Ben Hoksbergen gave a talk: “AD 536: How Climate Change Spurred an Arms Race, Advanced Agriculture, and the Demise of the North Alabama Moundbuilders” at InnerSpace […]

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