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, 20-Oct-2017
12 pm | 
Nevil Classroom, Penn Museum
AAMW Lunch Talk - FBI Art Theft Program and other Alternatives to Academic Careers
Dr. Bonnie Magness-Gardiner (FBI)
Fri, 27-Oct-2017
12 pm | 
Nevil Classroom, Penn Museum
AAMW Lunch Talk - Non-destructive dating of ancient inks from Egypt using micro-Raman spectroscopy
Drs. David Ratzan and Jim Yardley (NYU ISAW/Columbia)
Fri, 3-Nov-2017
12 pm | 
Nevil Classroom, Penn Museum
AAMW Lunch Talk - Crafting History: Reflections on Some Sculpture from Roman Corinth
Dr. Catherine Vanderpool (Princeton)
Fri, 10-Nov-2017
12 pm | 
Classroom 2, Penn Museum
AAMW Lunch Talk - Simulation and Storytelling: 3D Modeling of Ancient Sundials as a Digital Humanities Exercise
Dr. Sebastian Heath (NYU)
Fri, 1-Dec-2017
12 pm | 
Nevil Classroom, Penn Museum
AAMW Lunch Talk - Ashdod-Yam on the south Israeli Coast: What do we know after 3 seasons of excavations?
Dr. Alex Fantalkin (Tel Aviv University)
Fri, 8-Dec-2017
12 pm | 
Nevil Classroom, Penn Museum
AAMW Lunch Talk - Title TBA
Dr. Chantel White (Penn)

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.