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Archaeological Institute of America

Archaeological Institute of America

POPE, Arthur Upham (1881 - 1969), Director, American Institute for Iranian Art and Archæology (subsequently renamed Iranian, then Asia, Institute, expanded and transferred to Pahlavi University of Shiraz), since 1930; Emeritus since 1952

GARDNER, Percy (1846 - 1937), Professor of Classical Archæology, Oxford University, 1887–1925; Professor Emeritus since 1925; Vice-President Hellenic Society; Corresponding Member of the Academies of Sciences, Prussia and Göttingen, and of the French Institute; Member of the Archæological Institutes of Germany, Austria, America, and Greece; Hon. Fellow of Christ’s College, Cambridge, etc

HODGES, Richard Andrew (born 1952), Professor of Visual Arts, and Director, Institute of World Archaeology, School of World Arts and Museology, University of East Anglia, since 1995 (on leave); President, American University of Rome, since 2012

JENKINS, Romilly James Heald (1907 - 1969), Professor of Byzantine History and Director of Studies, Harvard University Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, DC, USA, since 1960; Member of Managing Committee, American School of Classical Studies, and Sub-Committee for Gennadius Library, Athens; Corresponding Member, German Archæological Institute, Berlin

ROERICH, Nicholas K. (1874 - 1947), Commander, Order of Imperial Russians of St Stanislas, St Anne and St Vladimir; Commander, First Class of Swedish Order of the Northern Star; French Legion of Honour; Yugoslavian St Sava I Class Grand Cross; Hon. President Roerich Museum, New York; President-Founder Master Institute of United Arts, New York; President-Founder International Art Centre of Roerich Museum, New York; Hon. President Union Internationale pour le Pacte Roerich, Bruges; Hon. Member of Bose Institute, Calcutta, and of Yugoslavian Academy of Art and Science; Vice-President of Archæological Institute of America; Academician of Russian Academy of Fine Arts; Member of Academy of Rheims, Sociétaire of Salon d’Automne, Paris, etc; Hon. Protector and President of 71 Roerich Societies in the world

BRYCE, George (1844 - 1931), a Founder and Member of University of Manitoba; Head of Faculty of Science and Lecturer in Biology and Geology in Manitoba University, 1891–1904; Hon. Senior Professor of Manitoba College, Winnipeg; Professor of English Literature, 1871–1909; President Royal Society of Canada, 1909; Member of Commission on Conservation of Canadian Resources; Member of Royal Commission on Technical Education; Lecturer of Archæological Institute of America; Robertson Memorial Lecturer, 1912

 

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Founded in 1879, the AIA is dedicated to the greater understanding of archaeology, the protection and preservation of the world's archaeological resources and the information they contain, and the encouragement and support of archaeological research and publication. A non‐profit‐making cultural and educational organization, it is chartered by the US Congress and is the oldest and largest archaeological organization in North America. In 1995, its membership was approximately 11 000.

The AIA has its headquarters in Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts. It publishes the magazine Archaeology and the American Journal of Archaeology, as well as an annual bulletin of archaeological opportunities around the world, a newsletter, and monographs. There is an annual meeting at which professionals present the latest results of archaeological fieldwork and research, mainly in the classical domain.

http://www.archaeological.org North America's oldest and largest archaeological organization.

Subjects: Archaeology.


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