Please join us for our spring lecture, given by Dr. Stephen Batiuk (University of Toronto).  He will present a talk titled “The ‘Kingdom of Idols’: Recent Investigations at Tell Tayinat (Ancient Kunulua, Biblical Calno) in Southeastern Turkey.” See the end of this post for a lecture abstract. This lecture will take place Thursday, March 2, […]

It is once again time for our local chapter’s annual celebration of Community Archaeology Day. We will be celebrating this Saturday, October 22 from 11 am to 3 pm. Please join us in Rhode Island Hall, Brown University, to experience hands-on exhibits with human and animal bones, learn about Egyptian artifacts and underwater archaeology, and […]

Please join us for a lecture by Dr. Lilia Campana (Texas A&M University) on Thursday, October 13 at 6:30, when we will hear her talk titled “Megalomania at Sea: The Recovery of Hellenistic Naval Architecture during the Renaissance” (see below for a lecture description). The lecture will take place in Room 108, Rhode Island Hall, […]

On April 21st at 6:30 pm, we will hear from Dr. Lorenzo Nigro (Sapienza University of Rome) in a talk titled The Phoenicians at the World’s Ends: The Formation of Mediterranean Civilization as seen from the Island of Motya in Sicily. As usual, the lecture will take place in Room 108 Rhode Island Hall, Brown University, with […]

Please join us for a talk titled, Tróia (Grândola, Portugal) or the “Portuguese Troy” – A Mystery in the Edge of the Roman World: Space, Architecture, Sculpture, Painting, Mosaics by Filomena Limão of Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal) and in 108 Rhode Island Hall,Brown University campus, on this Thursday, October 29, at 6:30 pm. See below […]

Please join us Wednesday April 8 to hear from Dr. Kevin Glowacki, Texas A&M University, in a lecture titled “Pelargikon and Peripatos: The Archaeology of Cult on the Slopes of the Athenian Acropolis.” This lecture will begin at 6 pm with a reception to follow after, and will be held in 105 Ruane Center, Providence […]

Come join us for an exciting talk by Elizabeth Greene tonight in 108 Rhode Island Hall, Brown University at 6:30 pm. If you are unable to make it, follow us on twitter (@NarragansettAIA) for a livefeed of the lecture. We hope to see you there!