The January 2013 issue of the American Journal of Archaeology includes an open access article on the nature, scope, and frequency of site looting.
The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology of the University of California, Los Angeles announces the Inaugural Triennial International Competition for The Lloyd Cotsen Prize for Lifetime Achievement in World Archaeology.
On December 11, the Cyprus Tourism Organization and the AIA sponsored a special lecture and reception at the Broad Street Ballroom in New York City.
Peter Herdrich, CEO of the AIA, was a featured speaker at the 23rd annual conference “The Greek Economy: State Reform—The Cornerstone for Investment and Development”,
The 2013 CHM Award goes to Professor Sudharshan Seneviratne for his excellent conservation work in Sri Lanka.
The AIA Gold Medal Award Committee invites nominations for the award to be presented at the Annual Meeting.
The AIA-New York Society organized a grad/post grad symposium, “Next Generation Speaks Up,” as its National Archaeology Day event.
In October 2013, you have the opportunity to spend a week in Rome exploring the intersection of archaeology and Roman food with AIA President Elizabeth Bartman and Maureen Fant, a food writer specializing in the food of Rome who has been living in the Eternal City for over 30 years.
The Cyprus Tourism Organization & the Archaeological Institute of America invite you to Discover Cyprus at a special lecture and reception.
AIA Kress Lecturer Dr. Sabine Ladstätter adds another honorific – Austrian Scientist of the Year.
AIA President Elizabeth Bartman presents the new AIA Vision Statement.
The 2014 BP Award goes to the California Archaeological Site Stewardship Program for its grassroots efforts to train local communities in the preservation of archaeological sites.