Alan Boegehold Lectures in Athenian Archaeology and Letters
James Ottaway, Jr., Chairman of the Board and President of ONI-Ottaway Newspapers, Inc., the Community Newspaper subsidiary of Dow Jones and Co. wishes to pay tribute to Professor Alan Boegehold of Brown University, recently retired as Chairman of the Managing Committee of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. The Alan Boegehold lectures will focus on Athenian Archaeology and Letters, reflecting the lifelong interests of both the donor and the honoree.
A long time friend of the AIA, Mr. Ottaway has served as a trustee and as treasurer, and is the recipient of the AIA's Distinguished Service Award. He worked hard to make Archaeology magazine profitable for the AIA. Currently he is on the Honorary Committee of the National Lecture Endowment Campaign of the AIA, while serving as Chairman of the Trustees of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens.
The Boegehold Lecturer is chosen each year by the AIA Lecture Program Committee.
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