Lecture Schedule


AIA-DC Lecture Schedule
2016-2017



FALL


Thursday, September 22, 2016

Neil A. Silberman, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Joukowsky Lecture of the National AIA

Title: "How Holy Wars, Media Hype, and Digital Technologies are Changing the Face of 21st Century Archaeology"

Reception: 6:30 pm; Lecture: 7:00 pm

George Washington University, 1957 E. St. NW, Elliott School, Rm. 113


Thursday, October 20, 2016

Ben Skolnik, Archaeologist for the City of Alexandria, VA

Valerie French Memorial Subscription Dinner

Title: "The Alexandria Ship: Maritime Discoveries from along Alexandria's Waterfront"

Cash Bar: 6:15 pm; Dinner: 7:00 pm; Lecture: 8:00 pm

Guapo's Restaurant, Tenleytown, DC

In Celebration of International Archaeology Day


Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Nawa Sugiyama, George Mason University

AIA-DC Annual Louise Davison Lecture

Title: "Producing Pyramids, Linking Caves: Offering Complexes in the Sun Pyramid at Teotihuacan, Mexico"

Reception: 6:30 pm; Lecture: 7:00 pm

The University of Maryland, College Park, MD, Marie Mount Hall, Rm. 1400



SPRING


Thursday, February 2, 2017

Nathan Arrington, Princeton University

Title: "Greeks in the North: The Excavation and Survey of a Trading Port in Aegean Thrace (2013-2015)"

Reception: 6:30 pm; Lecture: 7:15 pm

Embassy of Greece, 2217 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20008

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Thursday, March 9, 2017

Bjørn Lovén, University of Copenhagen

Kress Lecture of the National AIA

Title: "The Athenian Naval Bases in the Piraeus: The Backbone of the World's First Democracy"

Reception: 6:30 pm; Annual Business Meeting of the Society: 7:00 pm; 

Lecture: 7:15 pm

The University of Maryland, College Park, MD, Francis Scott Key Hall, Rm. 0106


Thursday, April 27, 2017

Steven L. Tuck, Miami University

Richard Hubbard Howland Lecture

Title: "Decorating the Emperor's Dining Room: Interior Decor, Imperial Ideology and Roman Literary Culture at the Villa at Sperlonga"

Reception: 6:30 pm; Lecture: 7:00 pm

George Washington University, 1957 E. St. NW, Elliott School, Rm. 213



*All lectures at the George Washington University are co-sponsored by the Dept. of Classical & Near Eastern Languages & Civilization, GWU. 

*The lecture on November 15th at the University of Maryland, College Park, is co-sponsored by the Dept. of Classics, the Dept. of Anthropology, the Dept. of Art and Archaeology, and the Latin American Studies Center.



A PDF version of the lecture schedule is available below.


Questions or comments can be directed to 
aiadcsec@gmail.com or jbravo@umd.edu.

 

Lectures are free and open to the public.   

 


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AIA DC,
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