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January 2019 Issue

• THE PRESIDENT’S LETTER: Understanding & Method: Archaeology and History (Jeffrey Lamia)
• Heritage Matters: Afghanistan (Heidi James-Fisher)
• NYC Archaeological Repository: The Nan A. Rothschild Research Center (Amanda Sutphin)

September 2018 Issue

• THE PRESIDENT’S LETTER:  Life on the Frontier – Past and Present (Jeffrey Lamia)
• Mapping Magan (Eli Dollarhide)
• Excavations at Coriglia
 and the Necropoli Crocifisso del Tufo,
 Summer 2018 (Tina Bekkali-Poio)
• AIA Fellowships, Grants, and Scholarships

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January 2018 Issue

• THE PRESIDENT’S LETTER:  Winter – Archaeological Exploration (Jeffrey Lamia)
• Finding North American Artifacts on Social Media (Acacia Berry)
• Contemporary Applications of Radiocarbon Dating in Archaeology (Joseph Schuldenrein)

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September 2017 Issue

• THE PRESIDENT’S LETTER:  Discovery! Archaeological Discovery! (Jeffrey Lamia)
• Report from Geneva: The Repatriation of a Roman Sarcophagus
 (Heidi James-Fisher)
• Waldbaum Scholarship Report: Field School at Hadrian’s Villa, Summer 2017
 (Nathan Katkin)
• LiDAR and the Revolution in Archaeological Remote Sensing (Joseph Schuldenrein)
• Something Fishy in Tunisia (Elizabeth Bartman)

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January 2017 Issue

• THE PRESIDENT’S LETTER: Ringing in an Exciting New Year! (Jeffrey Lamia)
• Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
 (Joseph Schuldenrein)
• New Publication of Note
• Schnaderbeck’s Lager Cellar: A Glimpse into Brooklyn’s Beer-Brewing Past
 (Celia Bergoffen)

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September 2016 Issue

• THE PRESIDENT’S LETTER: A New Lecture Season, and a Changing of the Guard (Paula Kay Lazrus)
• New Treats for Egyptologists in New York
• Hunter College Bloom Scholars Cohort in Greece
 (Robert Koehl)
• Umm al-Aqarib: Excavations in an Ancient Sumerian City
 (Haider Oraibi Almamori)

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January 2016 Issue

• THE PRESIDENT’S LETTER: Our Lectures Will Take You Around the Globe (Paula Kay Lazrus)
• New York Society Initiates A Field Work Scholarship
• Discovering Homo naledi: A First-Hand Account of an Extraordinary Find (Hannah Morris)

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September 2015 Issue

• THE PRESIDENT’S LETTER: A Busy Year Ahead! (But Busy in a Good Way) (Paula Kay Lazrus)
• Mapping Mesopotamian Monuments (Zainab Bahrani)
• 4,000 Years Under The Volcano: Archaeological Excavation at Stromboli (Sara T. Levi, with contributions by Sabina Slade, Vlora Gerguri, Brian Edwards, and Valerie Long)

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Winter 2015 Issue

• THE PRESIDENT’S LETTER: Chocolate, Changes to the Board, and A Generous Gift (Paula Kay Lazrus)
• A HEARTFELT THANK YOU: The AIA-New York Society Receives $15,000 from Member and Past Treasurer Ira Haupt II
• ISAW’s Excavations at Kınık Höyük (Lorenzo d’Alfonso)
• Examining Community Identity in the Middle Bronze Age (Nancy Highcock)
• The Forts Landscape Reconstruction Project: Central Park’s Revolutionary War Forts (Richard W. Hunter)

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Fall 2014 Issue

• THE PRESIDENT’S LETTER: Babylonians, Pyramid Ports, & Neandertals… Hints of Fall (Paula Kay Lazrus)
• APAHA Tibur 2014: A New Excavation Project at Hadrian’s Villa (Francesco de Angelis and Marco Maiuro)
• Mass Spectacles in Roman Campania: How the Culture of Arenas and Theaters Impacted Daily Life (Joe Sheppard)

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