Washington D.C. Society
WELCOME TO THE
ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE of AMERICA
Lectures during the 2022-23 season will be on zoom and in person; please check the location for each lecture. As always, lectures are free and open to the public, but we ask that you register beforehand (registration links will be posted about a week prior to each lecture).
Wednesday, March 1, 2023
Annual Business Meeting
(6:45 pm; lecture at 7:00 pm)
@ Catholic University & Zoom
Frédérique Duyrat, Bibliothèque nationale de France (Metcalf Lecture): Gold Victories: The Gold Coinage of Alexander the Great
Thursday, April 13, 2023
Annual AIADC Howland Lecture
(6:30 PM Reception; 7:00PM Lecture)
@ University of Maryland School of Architecture Auditorium (room 0204) & Zoom. Free parking, lots 1b-d, JJ2-3, Z.
Dr. Jenifer Neils "New Views on an Old Temple: The Parthenon and Its Decoration”
"To be ignorant of what happened before you were born is to be ever a child. For what is man's lifetime unless the memory of past events is woven with those of earlier times."
- Cicero, Orator 34.120
The AIA-DC chapter wholeheartedly supports the principles outlined in our national organization's Statement on Archaeology and Social Justice. We share their commitment to listen in order t o increase diversity and reduce discrimination, their commitment to advocacy when issues of cultural heritage intersect with calls for justice and equity, and their commitment to accountability for affecting systemic change across our community.
Welcome to the Archaeological Institute of America Washington D.C. Society. Founded on April 24, 1895, and becoming the tenth local society of the AIA, initial membership included only twenty-two individuals. Today, we have over 200 members and proudly offer a robust annual lecture program and travel fellowships for local DMV students.
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What is archaeology?
Find out what makes the field of archaeology so unique with this informational video by the Archaeological Institute of America.