Upcoming AIA Events

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LECTURE AND EVENT SCHEDULE, 2017–18

Please remember that all lectures are free and open to all.
Unless otherwise noted, they do not require an RSVP.

 


 

Monday September 18, 2017

Andrew Moore,  Past-President, Archaeological Institute of America

Archaeology, Climate Change and Human Society, or How the Past Can Help Us Understand the Present

Co-sponsored by the M.A. Program in Liberal Studies

Location: CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, Starlight Room
Time: Lecture at 6:30 pm. Reception to follow.

(This lecture is preceded at 6:00 pm by the AIA-New York Society Annual Meeting. Current and prospective members are welcome to hear updates on our finances and programs, and voting for new board members.)


 

Tuesday October 3, 2017

Mark Lehner, Director and President, Ancient Egypt Research Associates

New Discoveries from the Giza Plateau: The Lost Port City of the Pyramids (Haupt National Lecture)

Location: Explorers Club, 46 East 70th Street
Time: Refreshments 6:00 pm. Lecture at 6:30 pm.

RSVP Required (click here)


 

Monday October 23, 2017

Jason Ur, Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Center for Geographic Analysis, Harvard University

Spying on Antiquity: Declassified US Intelligence Satellite Imagery and Near Eastern Archaeology

Co-sponsored by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World

Location: Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, 15 East 84th Street
Time: Lecture at 6:00 pm. Reception to follow.


 

Wednesday November 15, 2017

Richard Hodges, President, American University of Rome

Travels with an Archaeologist: Finding a Sense of Place

Co-sponsored by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Cooper Union

Location: The Cooper Union, 41 Cooper Square, Room 101
Time: Refreshments 6:00 pm. Lecture at 6:30 pm.


 

Friday January 26, 2018

Francesco de Angelis, Chair, Classical Studies Graduate Program, Columbia University

Behind the Scenes of the Imperial Court: Columbia’s Excavations at Hadrian’s Villa

Co-sponsored by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Cooper Union

Location: The Dalton School, 108 East 89th Street, Goldman Library
Time: Refreshments at 6:00 pm. Lecture at 6:30 pm.


 

Thursday February 8, 2018

Nathan Arrington, Associate Professor, Classical Archaeology, Princeton University

Greeks in the North: The Excavation and Survey of a Trading Port in Aegean Thrace

Co-sponsored by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World

Location: Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, 15 East 84th Street
Time: Lecture at 6:00 pm. Reception to follow.


 

Tuesday March 6, 2018

John Kantner, Associate Vice President for Research and Dean of the Graduate School, University of North Florida

A Tale of Two Pilgrimage Centers: Chaco and Nasca

Brush National Lecture

Location: The Dalton School, 108 East 89th Street, Goldman Library
Time: Refreshments at 6:00 pm. Lecture at 6:30 pm.


 

Monday May 7, 2018

Laurie Rush, Cultural Resources Manager and Army Archaeologist Stationed at Fort Drum

Ancient Pathways Across New York; The Indigenous People of the Eastern Great Lakes

Co-sponsored by the M.A. Program in Liberal Studies

Location: The Graduate Center, CUNY, 365 Fifth Avenue, Room C197
Time: Lecture at 6:00 pm. Reception to follow.


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