DID YOU KNOW?

The Archaeological Institute of America has been offering over 120+ years of free public lectures.

 

Our Washington D.C. chapter of the AIA frequently offers six or more lectures a year! While some of these are sponsored by the National AIA, many are organized by the local AIA-DC governance board.

Remember: the lectures are always free and open to the public!

CONTACT

For more information about the Archaeological Institute of America Washington D.C. Society or any of our local events, please e-mail:

aiadcsec@gmail.com

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THE ELISABETH CRAFT

STUDENT TRAVEL FELLOWSHIP

The Craft Student Travel Fellowship honors Elisabeth Roberts Craft (1918 - 2010), a longstanding member and supporter of the Washington D.C. Society of the AIA. This award assists promising students in the field of archaeology by defraying the costs of attending the Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America. 

Taking place in various cities around the USA, the four-day conference features presentations and workshops on the latest research from the field, showcases innovative site preservation strategies, and provides opportunities to meet presenters and learn about recent discoveries. (For more about the next conference, visit the AIA website.) 

As this year's Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America takes place in our fair city, Washington D.C., there will be no Craft Student Travel Fellowship for 2019.

NB: Students who wish to present a paper or poster at the Annual Meeting of the AIA should note the deadlines in August and November. (Find out more information here.)

For more information about the Craft Fellowship, please contact:

 

Brien Garnand, Assistant Secretary, AIA-DC Society

Classics Department, Howard University

Locke Hall 254, Box 827

2441 6th St. NW

Washington DC 20059-1004

Email: brien.garnand(a)howard.edu

Telephone: (202) 806-5220

Click here for a list of recent Craft recipients!