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, 19-Oct-2018
12 pm | 
Widener Lecture Hall
AAMW Lunch Talk - Ancestors and Arguments in the Eastern Mediterranean: The Statue of Idrimi from Late Bronze Age Alalah/Tell Atchana
Jacob Lauinger (Johns Hopkins)
Fri, 26-Oct-2018
12 pm | 
Classroom 2
AAMW Lunch Talk - Your Government at Work: Cultural Heritage Policies, Anti-Trafficking Efforts, and International Relations
Catherine Foster (US Department of State)
Fri, 2-Nov-2018
12 pm | 
Classroom 2
AAMW Lunch Talk - Fieldwork in Armenia
Peter Cobb (Penn)
Fri, 9-Nov-2018
12 pm | 
Classroom 2
AAMW Lunch Talk - New Tetrarchic Reliefs from Nicomedia
Tuna Şare Ağtürk (Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University/Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study)
Fri, 30-Nov-2018
12 pm | 
Classroom 2
AAMW Lunch Talk
Emily Anderson (Johns Hopkins)
Fri, 7-Dec-2018
12 pm | 
Classroom 2
AAMW Lunch Talk - Archaeology and the Creation of Neo-Antique Architecture in 19th-Century New York
Elizabeth Macauley-Lewis (CUNY Graduate Center)

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.