Lecturers
James Kus
James Kus is Emeritus Professor of Geography with the California State University at Fresno. He has spent more than eight years in Peru, directed several archaeology projects in northern coastal Peru, and served as a visiting professor in...
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Nejib ben Lazreg
Professor Nejib ben Lazreg is an archaeologist and researcher with the Institut National du Patrimoine in Tunisia. He is the Curator of the Salakta Archaeological Museum, the Lamta Museum, and Roman sites in Tunisia’s Sahel region (Leptis Minor,...
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Albert Leonard, Jr.
Albert Leonard, Jr. (Ph.D., University of Chicago), Professor Emeritus in both the Departments of Classical Archaeology and Near Eastern Studies at the University of Arizona, is an archaeologist who specializes in the social impact of interregional...
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Kathleen Lynch
Kathleen Lynch, Professor of Classics at the University of Cincinnati, is a classical archaeologist with a focus on ancient Greek ceramics. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Virginia, and has worked on archaeological projects at sites in...
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Jodi Magness
Jodi Magness is the President of the Archaeological Institute of America. Since 2002, she has been the Kenan Distinguished Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Professor Magness...
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Stephen Mandal
Dr. Stephen Mandal is an expert on the Irish landscape, its archaeology, history, and geology. He is the co-founder of award-winning educational organizations: the Irish Archaeology Field School, Cultural Tourism Ireland, and Dig it Kids. The...
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Trevor Marchand
Trevor Marchand is Emeritus Professor of Social Anthropology at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS, London) and recipient of the Royal Anthropological Institute’s Rivers Memorial Medal (2014). He studied architecture (McGill), received...
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Roderick (Rod) McCullagh
Roderick (Rod) McCullagh retired in 2016 after 17 years with Historic Scotland (latterly Historic Environment Scotland), the state heritage service in Scotland, working with heritage bureaucrats, professional and community archaeologists, monuments...
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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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Andrew M.T. Moore
Archaeological Institute of America lecturer and host Andrew M.T. Moore is Immediate Past President of the AIA. Recently retired from Rochester Institute of Technology, he also taught European and world archaeology at the University of Arizona and...
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