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ASOR Cultural Heritage Initiatives: Safeguarding the Heritage of the Near East Initiative Collaborative Service Award

From an ASOR Media Note: “The American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) is pleased to announce a new $900,000 cooperative agreement between the U.S. Department of State and ASOR Cultural Heritage Initiatives (ASOR CHI): ‘Safeguarding the Heritage of the Near East Initiative Collaborative Service Award.’” Read the rest here:  http://www.asor-syrianheritage.org/press-release-2017-05-22/

Letter from AIA President on proposed budget cuts

A Letter from AIA President Jodi Magness on the Proposed 2018 Federal Budget – See more at: https://www.archaeological.org/news/aianews/24497#sthash.iSrpYTR3.dpuf 20 March 2017   Dear AIA members, On March 16 the President of the United States released his proposed 2018 federal budget. While the proposed cuts to the State Department and Environmental Protection Agency have received much… Read More

Veterans Curation Program

The Veteran’s Curation Program hires and trains veterans to process at-risk archaeological collections belonging to the US Army Corps of Engineers.This is a great opportunity for veterans interested in gaining on the job experience in artifact processing, collection stewardship, and artifact photography as archaeological lab technicians. It is a five month program located in either Virginia,… Read More

CHAMP Colloquium at AIA Annual Meeting, 2018, Boston, MA

2018 AIA ANNUAL MEETING Boston, MA 4-7 JAN Don’t miss the CHAMP colloquium at the AIA Annual Meeting! Come hear all the activities your friends and colleagues are doing in the efforts to preserve cultural heritage in conflict zones. Early registration at discount prices for the AIA Annual Meeting is being offered until 13 Nov…. Read More

Lecture on Urkesh, Syria site in Houston, TX

The Houston Museum of Natural Science will host the lecture “Eye of the Storm: Archaeology in the Midst of War in Syria” on Thursday, 20 Apr, at 6:30pm. Presenters are Dr. Giorgio Buccellati of UCLAs’ Mesopotamian Lab; Dr. Marilyn Kelly-Buccellati of the Mozan/Urkesh Archaeological Project in Syria, and Dr. Charles Stewart of the University of… Read More

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