Lecturers
Virginia Miller
Virginia E. Miller is an expert on Maya art and architecture who has led three previous AIA Tours to acclaim, including this one in 2016. She recently retired from the University of Illinois-Chicago, where she chaired the Department of Art History...
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Barbara Moore
Barbara P. Moore is an archaeological conservator who has directed conservation laboratories at the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, UK; the Arizona State Museum; and the Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale University. Currently, Ms. Moore is a...
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Andrew M.T. Moore
Andrew M.T. Moore is Immediate Past President of the AIA. Recently retired from Rochester Institute of Technology, he also taught archaeology at the University of Arizona and Yale University. Since 1966, Dr. Moore has participated in archaeological...
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William & Suzanne Murray
Archaeological Institute of America lecturers and hosts William and Suzanne Murray teach on the faculty of the University of South Florida in Tampa, where Bill is the Stathis Professor of Greek History and Suzanne is an Instructor in Ancient History...
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Alexander Nagel
Alexander Nagel (Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) is actively involved in research and publication of materials and archaeological sites in Iran (Persepolis) and Greece (Stratos). Affiliated with the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D...
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Ili (Helen) Nagy
 Archaeological Institute of America lecturer and host Ili (Helen) Nagy, recently retired from her position as Professor of Art History at the University of Puget Sound, specializes in the art and archaeology of Greece and Rome, early Christian and...
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Jenifer Neils
A professor of ancient art history and a classical archaeologist for thirty years, Archaeological Institute of America lecturer and host Jenifer Neils is an expert on the ancient Mediterranean. She holds the Elsie B. Smith Chair of Classics at Case...
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William A. Parkinson
Dr. William A. Parkinson is an expert in European and eastern Mediterranean prehistory. His research concerns the social dynamics of early village societies and the emergence of early states, such as the Mycenaean civilization, which is the focus of...
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Elizabeth Pierce
Elizabeth Pierce was a journalist before pursuing her master’s degree and Ph.D. in Archaeology from the University of Glasgow, Scotland. The main focus of her doctoral research was on the Vikings and Norse in the North Atlantic region, including...
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Mary MacLeod Rivett
Dr. Mary MacLeod Rivett was born in London, England, to a Scottish-Canadian family. Her father’s family was from Scotland’s Outer Hebrides, and she spent a lot of time in the Hebrides as a child. Mary earned her B.A. from the University of Cambridge...
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