Tag Archives: excavation

It’s Finally Here – Our Spring Lecture!

On Thursday, April 17th, 6:30 PM, Dr. William Parkinson (Field Museum of Natural History) will deliver the public lecture, “Into The Mani: Multidisciplinary Archaeological Research in Diros Bay, Mani Peninsula, Southern Greece”. The lecture will be held at the List Art Building Room 110 on the Brown University campus. Dr. Parkinson writes, “Situated on the western shore of the Mani Peninsula […]

International Archaeology Day and Young Archaeologists’ Day 2013 Recap

This past Saturday, the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology & the Ancient World at Brown University opened its doors in celebration of International Archaeology Day.  AIA Narragansett organized a range of events and activities, including a stratigraphy station; an artifact lab featuring pottery, coins, glass, and figures; and a bone lab with human and animal skeletons. […]

Join us for International Archaeology Day on October 19th!

Who The International Archaeology Day events are free and open to the public. We are also inviting young archaeologists in grades 7-12 to participate in Young Archaeologists’ Day. Where  Indoors at the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World, Brown University and outside on the Quiet Green (behind the Institute-for directions, click here). When Saturday, […]

Field Dirt and the William F. Church Memorial Lecture

Here at AIA Narragansett we’ve just heard of two interesting events that are free and open to the public that we would like to share. On Wednesday, 11 September 2013, Field Dirt: Insider Stories and Results from Brown’s 2013 Archaeological Field Seasons will feature talks by Susan E. Alcock, Sheila Bonde, John F. Cherry, Omur Harmansah, Felipe Rojas, […]