Trowel Tales: The AIA Blog

December 17, 2014
Next month, the AIA will be in New Orleans, LA for our 116th Annual Meeting. Learn more about the AIA New Orleans Society.
December 11, 2014
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.
December 3, 2014
Elizabeth Baltes, 2014 recipient of the Olivia James Traveling Fellowship, shares her experiences in Greece so far. Read more about her exciting research.
November 19, 2014
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.
November 14, 2014
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?
November 5, 2014
Through the generosity of Mr. Lloyd E. Cotsen, the AIA is able to offer two grants per year for exciting excavation projects. Read more about the work of the winner of the grant designated for “first-time” project directors, Prof. Justin Leidwanger, for the Marzameni Maritime Heritage Project in Sicily.
October 22, 2014
The AIA Lincoln/Omaha Society splits its robust lecture program between two cities, and its events draw up to 200 people. Learn more about one of the AIA's younger societies, promoting archaeological interest in Nebraska.
October 20, 2014
In the face of political instability in the Near East, this workshop aims to generate an international dialogue on cultural heritage.
October 16, 2014
Curious about where an advanced degree in archaeology might lead you? Alternate academic careers can be found in the form of academic advising, program and curriculum development, and work in academic libraries.

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