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Learn more about one of the promising 2014 recipients of the Jane C. Waldbaum Archaeological Field School Scholarship, Emily Hails.
We are so excited to be celebrating International Archaeology Day again this year on October 18, 2014 to raise awareness for archaeology and provide opportunities for the public to participate in archaeological activities.
Read about the final week of the summer season's first half at Achill Island, Ireland.
The American Council of Learned Societies announced its 2014 winners, among them three AIA members.
Join the AIA in petitioning Congress to protect cultural heritage in all its forms.
Help the AIA receive a much-needed challenge grant! Every new gift to the Annual Fund counts.
Founded in 1953, the AIA's Kentucky Society serves the archaeological interests of members from all over Kentucky. Learn more about the Kentkucky Society.
Throughout June we will be auctioning off trips online. Your bid will help sustain and even create new funds for research, excavation, and site preservation; send students to their first field schools; and provide teachers with the tools they need to bring the past alive in the classroom.
A 2014 Waldbaum Recipient, Sarah Janesko, shares her passion for public archaeology.
DNA research from the AIA-supported site of Hoyo Negro makes important connections between the earliest settlers of the Americas and modern Native Americans.
The AIA-Rochester Society won the 2013-2014 Best AIA Local Society Program online contest.
Establish a fund for any number of programs - research, travel, excavation, publication, and more!
Download the Program's 2014 Annual Report to learn about its many accomplishments and initiatives this past year.
Two Ph.D. candidates at Florida State University share their fieldwork and research experiences.
2012 Waldbaum recipient Ethan Aines shares memories of his first fieldwork experience at a Viking farmstead.
In advance of the Institute's 2015 Working Conference for Educators: Building a Strong Future for Archaeological Outreach and Education the AIA is soliciting a series of one-page descriptions of existing archaeological outreach and education programs.
We began the first week with our second group of students by explaining the archaeology of Achill Island and touring the sites at Slievemore.
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