The AIA-funded project in Stafford, Virginia reports on the construction work that will make the future Civil War Park a reality.
The U.S. and the Republic of Cyprus agree to extend the Memorandum of Understanding to continue protecting the archaeological heritage of Cyprus; the AIA thanks its members for their support of this extension.
The AIA supports the Queen Anne's Revenge Shipwreck Project through funds raised at the Spring Gala in New York City.
Scholars working at the Jordanian site of Umm el-Jimal have created a bilingual educational manual to help students around the world learn about this important archaeological site.
The Memorandum of Understanding between the United States and Peru has been extended for another five years.
Archaeologists at Lod, Israel discuss their innovative outreach program that combines archaeology with environmental education.
A number of museum studies students at SFSU designed interpretive signs and brochures for the AIA Site Preservation project at Thimlich Ohinga, Kenya.
Heather McKillop, director of the Underwater Maya project at Paynes Creek, discusses the successful opening of two permanent exhibits in a nearby town and ranger station to educate the public about the importance of this rare underwater Maya site.
The Heritage Protection and Community Development Program at Banteay Chhmar continues to train local tour guides and educate local school children about the importance of their surrounding cultural heritage.
Read the Program's 2012 Annual Report to learn about its many activities in the past year.
Director Stephen Mandal presented two lectures in Boston last week.
In March, CPAC will hold a closed meeting to review the MoUs with the Governments of Italy and Colombia.
Read about the conservation and outreach that's been going on at this ancient Maya murals site.