Upcoming AAMW Archaeological Events

Every year, during both the Fall and Spring semesters, AAMW students organize a series of informal talks, the AAMW Lunches, offering a chance for graduate students and professors to present and discuss their current research.
Fri, 26-Jan-2018
12 pm | 
Nevil Classroom, Penn Museum
Report from the Field: A Middle Bronze Age Destruction at Zincirli, Turkey
Kathryn Morgan (Penn)
Fri, 9-Feb-2018
12 pm | 
Nevil Classroom, Penn Museum
Tell al-Hiba, ancient Lagash: The Past, Present, and Future of an Archaeological Site in Southern Iraq
Dr. Darren P. Ashby (Penn)
Fri, 16-Feb-2018
12 pm | 
Nevil Classroom, Penn Museum
TBA
Dr. Diane Favro (UCLA / National Gallery)
Fri, 23-Mar-2018
12 pm | 
Nevil Classroom, Penn Museum
TBA
Dr. Laurie Rush (U.S. Army)
Fri, 30-Mar-2018
12 pm | 
Nevil Classroom, Penn Museum
Patronage and Appearance in the Sebasteion of Aphrodisias
Dr. Phil Stinson (University of Kansas / Penn)
Fri, 6-Apr-2018
12 pm | 
Nevil Classroom, Penn Museum
TBA
Dr. Umberto Pappalardo (Herculaneum)
Fri, 13-Apr-2018
12 pm | 
Nevil Classroom, Penn Museum
The Silent Fall of an Empire in 1200 BCE: Historical archaeology, historiographic deconstructivism and the aftermath of the Hittite empire
Dr. Lorenzo D'Alfonso (ISAW)
Fri, 20-Apr-2018
12 pm | 
Nevil Classroom, Penn Museum
Rethinking and Reinstalling the Ancient and Islamic Glass Collection at the Corning Museum of Glass
Dr. Katherine Larson

Lectures of the Philadelphia Society (AIA)

A series of lectures organized by the Philadelphia Society of the Archaeological Institute of America. All lectures are free and open to the public.

Please visit the AIA Philadelphia Society's website for a schedule of their events.