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Welcome to the website for the Archaeological Institute of America, Vancouver Society. We'll keep you posted on all the great archaeological events happening in the city!

 

 

Our Society offers an exciting public lecture series which brings together lecturers and professionals from all over the world. 

 

The AIA provides many great programs for the public, students and professional archaeologists alike, including: Site Preservation Initiatives, which provide grants to help preserve archaeological resources outside North America; and an Annual Meeting, which presents the results of the latest research as well as opportunities for scholars and students to exchange ideas, seek jobs, and interact. The AIA also offers fellowships and grants for young scholars to help them complete and publish new research, and awards which provide recognition for excellence in archaeology and related fields.

About

The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) promotes archaeological inquiry and public understanding of the material record of the human past to foster an appreciation of diverse cultures and our shared humanity.  The AIA supports archaeologists, their research and its dissemination, and the ethical practice of archaeology.  The AIA educates people of all ages about the significance of archaeological discovery and advocates the preservation of the world’s archaeological heritage.

AIA members receive a monthly issue of Archaeology magazine.

Find out how to become a member - Click HERE.

Fun Fact:

The AIA has 218,000 Members, including professional archaeologists, students and members of the general public from all walks of life, united by their shared passion for understanding and preservation of the human past. Ninety percent reside in the U.S. AIA members may belong to 110 local societies (chapters) in the U.S. and Canada with one in Athens, Greece, and one in the Iberian Peninsula. 

 

“Instructing the Eye: Museum Catalogues and the Archaeological Imaginary in Early 20th-Century Tunisia”

 

Dr. Daniel Sherman

Department of Art and Art History, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

*Wednesday* November 2nd, 2022

7:30 PM UBC-Vancouver Campus, Buchanan A 202

 

November 2nd 2022

 

 

Web design: Jill Jackson

Check out From Stone to Screen, the UBC graduate student project!

 

 

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