Society News

Member Spotlight: Robert F. Sutton

June 21, 2022

This month, we’re excited to spotlight Robert F. Sutton of the Philadelphia Society. Robert, or Bob as he’s more commonly referred to, is the President of the Philadelphia Society and […]

Spotlighting the Salem Society

June 3, 2022

The 2021/2022 season of the National Lecture Program brought a welcome return to in-person lectures for the Salem Society. They hosted two public lectures and, this past April, they were […]

Celebrating Nubia with the Toronto Society

May 17, 2022

The Toronto Society recently hosted an event on Nubian cultural heritage featuring Curator Dr. Rita Freed and in collaboration with the Sudanese Community Association of Ontario. Tia Sager of the […]

Member Spotlight: Nancy de Grummond

May 13, 2022

This month, we’re excited to spotlight Nancy de Grummond of the Tallahassee Society. Nancy is the M. Lynette Thompson Professor of Classics and a Distinguished Research Professor at Florida State […]

Exploring Culture with the LA Society

May 12, 2022

We heard from Dr. Dawn Cox, Public Education Liaison for the Los Angeles Society, last November, when she told us about the Archaeology 101 project she brought to her middle […]

Rockford Society – We’re Back!

April 26, 2022

After difficult two years, the Rockford Society recently returned to in-person lectures and events. Sherrilyn Martin, the Secretary and Program Coordinator for the Rockford Society, shares an update with us […]

Member Spotlight: Robert Littman

April 25, 2022

This month, we’re excited to spotlight Robert Littman of the Hawaii Society. Robert is a Professor of Classics at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and Director of the Tell […]

The Richmond Society is Stronger than Ever

March 23, 2022

The Richmond Society has remained busy throughout the pandemic. Thanks to active Society Officers, opportunities for collaboration amongst other Societies and universities in the area, and a strong social media […]

Member Spotlight: Alice Kehoe

March 10, 2022

This month, we’re delighted to spotlight Alice Kehoe of the Milwaukee Society. Alice is a long-time friend of the AIA, a Milwaukee Society Officer, and a Professor of Anthropology, emeritus, […]

The Milwaukee Society: Making Lemonade out of Lemons

February 18, 2022

Confronting the challenges associated with the pandemic, the Milwaukee Society has been persistent in its commitment to providing programming for its members. While they haven’t been able to gather in […]

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