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Updated Program for AIA Educators' Conference in New Orleans
Join the AIA for an exciting two-day working conference for educators in New Orleans, Louisiana January 9-10, 2015.
Cromlech Tumulus: Week Seventeen
This entry from Achill Island, Ireland, is a description of a small project undertaken in the early spring of 2014 before the main excavations began.
Society Spotlight: AIA New Orleans Society
Next month, the AIA will be in New Orleans, LA for our 116th Annual Meeting. Learn more about the AIA New Orleans Society.
2015 AIA Award Winners
The Archaeological Institute of America is pleased to announce our 2015 Award Winners, who will be honored at the Annual Meeting in New Orleans, LA.
Olivia James Traveling Fellowship Update: Elizabeth Baltes
Elizabeth Baltes, 2014 recipient of the Olivia James Traveling Fellowship, shares her experiences in Greece so far. Read more about her exciting research.
Planned Giving News
Thinking about donating to charity this holiday season? Consider a Charitable Gift Annuity with the Archaeological Institute of America.
AIA Sponsors Archaeologists for Autism
The AIA is proud to support Archaeologists for Autism and the organization's inaugural event on November 22
Cotsen Grant Recipient Update: Thomas Strasser
Dr. Thomas Strasser is a 2013 recipient of the AIA's Cotsen Excavation Grant. Read more about his exciting work at Damnoni, which is helping rewrite the history of Crete.
Progress Report from “Adopting Narce: Rescuing a Forgotten Past”
Read about progress being made at Narce though an AIA Site Preservation Grant.
International Archaeology Day with AIA Local Societies
Read about and view photos from IAD events hosted by several AIA Local Societies.
International Archaeology Day in Kosovo and Belize
Read about the International Archaeology Day events hosted by the Museum of Peja and the Belize Institute of Archaeology.
Presidential Plenary Explores New Insights on Human Evolution from Dmanisi, Georgia
Excavations at Dmanisi have uncovered the oldest hominin remains outside of Africa. What implications does this site have for theories on human evolution and migration?
Cromlech Tumulus: Week Sixteen
Work at Achill Archaeological Field School continues on a number of fronts, though the 2014 field season ended a little over two months ago.
SAA Letter of Support
The Society for American Archaeology has issued a letter of support for the AIA’s position on the recent sale of artifacts by the St. Louis Society

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