Sex Sells, But Who's Buying? Erotic Imagery on Athenian Vases

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AIA Society Event: Westchester

Sunday, April 21, 2013 - 2:00pm

Location:
Manhattanville College
Purchase, NY
United States

Lecturer: Kathleen Lynch

Abstract: Sex Sells, But Who’s Buying? Erotic Imagery on Athenian Vases

Father Edward A. Bader Lecture

Contact:
Megan Cifarelli
cifarellim@mville.edu
914-323-7265

Belted Ladies and Dagger Men: Technology Brings European Iron Age Back to Life

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AIA Society Event: Westchester

Sunday, March 24, 2013 - 2:00pm

Location:
Manhattanville College
Purchase, NY
United States

Lecturer: Bettina Arnold

Abstract: Belted Ladies and Dagger Men: Technology Brings European Iron Age Back to Life

Contact:
Megan Cifarelli
cifarellim@mville.edu
914-323-7265

The Unsolved Mystery of the Athenian Agora Bone Well

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AIA Society Event: Long Island

Sunday, November 11, 2012 - 2:00pm

Location:
Hofstra University, Breslin Hall Room 105
Hempstead, NY
United States

Lecturer: Susan Rotroff

Abstract: The Unsolved Mystery of the Agora Bone Well

Contact:
Naomi Taub
jjtaub@aol.com
631-420-1564

The Excavation of a Late Hellenistic Column Wreck at Kizilburun, Turkey

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AIA Society Event: Long Island

Sunday, January 20, 2013 - 2:00pm

Location:
Hofstra University, Breslin Hall Room 105
Hempstead, NY
United States

Lecturer: Deborah Carlson

Abstract: The Excavation of a Late Hellenistic Column Wreck at Kizilburun, Turkey

Contact:
Naomi Taub
jjtaub@aol.com
631-420-1564

Chinese Music before Confucius

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AIA Society Event: Long Island

Sunday, April 14, 2013 - 2:00pm

Location:
Hofstra University, Breslin Hall Room 105
Hempstead, NY
United States

Lecturer: Haicheng Wang

Abstract: Chinese Music before Confucius

Contact:
Naomi Taub
jjtaub@aol.com
631-420-1564

Of Pots and People: Updates from the Field, Tell Timai, Egypt

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AIA Society Event: Finger Lakes (Ithaca)

Tuesday, October 16, 2012 - 6:00pm

Location:
Cornell University, G22 Goldwin Smith Hall
Ithaca, NY
United States

Lecturer: Nicholas Hudson

Abstract: Of pots and people: updates from the field, Tell Timai, Egypt

Contact:
Annetta Alexandridis
aa376@cornell.edu

"Lakedwelling Fever": The History of Swiss Neolithic Collections in US Museums

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AIA Society Event: New York City

Thursday, February 21, 2013 - 6:30pm

Location:
New York University, Department of Anthropology, Kriser Room Theater
25 Waverly Place (NW corner of Waverly & Green Streets)
New York, NY
United States

Lecturer: Bettina Arnold

Abstract: "Lakedwelling Fever": The History of Swiss Neolithic Collections in US Museums

Haupt Lecture

Reception to follow

Contact:
Paul Kay Lazrus
info@aia-nysociety.org

Omega House in Athens: Christianizing the city of Athena

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AIA Society Event: Finger Lakes (Ithaca)

Tuesday, January 29, 2013 - 6:00pm

Location:
Cornell University, G22 Goldwin Smith Hall
Ithaca, NY
United States

Lecturer: Barbara Tsakirgis

Contact:
Annetta Alexandridis
aa376@cornell.edu

Caves and Maya Cosmology

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AIA Society Event: New York City

Thursday, April 25, 2013 - 6:30pm

Location:
Columbia University
612 Schermerhorn Street
New York, NY
United States

Lecturer: James Brady

Abstract: Using 19th Century Scholarship on a 21st Century Archaeology Project

Brush Lecture

Contact:
Paul Kay Lazrus
info@aia-nysociety.org

The Great Museum of the Sea

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AIA Society Event: Rochester

Thursday, March 7, 2013 - 7:30pm

Location:
Memorial Art Gallery
500 University Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607
United States

Lecturer: Bridget Buxton

Abstract: The Great Museum of the Sea

The oceans, lakes and rivers of the world are the greatest museum of humanity’s interaction with the sea – as well as our global expansion and a record of our interactions with each other through immigration, exploration, commerce and war.  This lecture explores some of history’s most famous and significant shipwrecks from antiquity through the modern age  – ranging from the Ulu Burun shipwreck of 1300 BC to more modern wrecks like the Civil War ironclad USS Monitor, the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor, or RMS Titanic. 

Dr. Brudget Buxton will be filling in for Dr. James Delgado for this lecture.

Contact:
Sarah Jones
sarahcjones07@gmail.com
585-955-3319

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