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AIA and SCS Joint Annual Meeting - January 4–7, 2018 ABO UT

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2018 Preliminary Academic Program The 2018 Annual Meeting will be held in Boston, Massachusetts, January 4–7. The Preliminary Academic Program as it is presented here is tentative and subject to change within the Final Program. Sessions are grouped within morning or afternoon categories and do not reflect the actual session and paper time slots. Final schedule times will be reflected in the AIA Final Program distributed on-site at the Annual Meeting, posted on the AIA website at a later date, and in the dedicated meeting app. The dedicated meeting app allows attendees to interact with both organizations' programs and easily create custom schedules. It is available for all iOS and Android devices and has a basic web version. [expand/contract all]

Session Block 1: Friday, January 5, 8:00 - 10:30 am

NOTICE: Prior to past meetings, AIA and SCS members have received telephone calls and emails from individuals representing companies offering to make hotel reservations for attendees. These individuals are operating without the consent of either Society and are fraudulently representing themselves as AIA/SCS, the conference hotel, or a housing service hired to process reservations for the joint annual meeting. They are not authorized in any way by the Societies to handle annual meeting hotel reservations and have no special access to our discounted group block. No one at AIA, SCS, or the Sheraton or Hilton will ever call you via telephone asking you to book a hotel room, and you will not receive a solicitation via email from any of our affiliated hotels.

SESSION 1A: Workshop New Directions in Seleucid Archaeology SESSION 1B: Workshop Probing, Publishing, and Promoting the Use of Digital Archaeological Data SESSION 1C Fieldwork in Mycenaean and Early Iron Age Greece SESSION 1D: Colloquium Current Approaches to the Materiality of Texts in Greco-Roman Antiquity SESSION 1E: Colloquium Other Pasts: Comparing Landscapes, Monuments, and Memories across the Mediterranean SESSION 1F: Colloquium The Tetnies Sarcophagi at the MFA, Boston: New Discoveries and New Approaches SESSION 1G: Colloquium Musical Instruments as Votive Gifts in the Ancient Greek World

Why is it important to book at our official Annual Meeting Hotels? The AIA and SCS are proud to have produced the Annual Meeting for our professional members for the past 117 years. Financially, we are able to do this by reserving a large block of rooms with a hotel. In exchange, these hotels offer our attendees the guaranteed lowest group rate at the hotel and provide us with complimentary meeting space to hold the meeting. But if we are unable to meet our guaranteed minimum number of registered guests, then the AIA and SCS will have to pay for the unused rooms as well as room rental for the meeting space, which can amount to a severe financial penalty. We request your support by booking within our reserved blocks and helping us continue to produce this meeting for the next 100 years. We thank you for your support. DIG DEEPER

SESSION 1H Advances in Aegean Prehistory



SESSION 1I News from the Western Provinces





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SESSION 1J: Colloquium New Approaches to the Catacombs of Rome

Session Block 2: Friday, January 5, 10:45 am - 12:45 pm SESSION 2A: Joint AIA/SCS Workshop “The Classics Tuning Project”: Competency and Visibility in the Classics at Small Liberal Arts Schools SESSION 2B Architecture and Construction in Late Antiquity SESSION 2C Venus, Eros, and Eroticism: Religion and Society in the Roman World SESSION 2D New Methodological Approaches in Archaeological Problems SESSION 2E Eating and Drinking in the Ancient World SESSION 2F Landscapes and Topography in Greece SESSION 2G Multiscalar Interaction in the Bronze Age Mediterranean SESSION 2H Epigraphy and Inscribed Objects SESSION 2I Local Elites and Honorary Practices in the Roman World SESSION 2J Western Greece SESSION 2K: Workshop Digital Preservation: Tools and Strategies for Preserving Archaeological Data for Future Generations SESSION 2L Poster Session

Session Block 3: Friday, January 5, 1:45 - 4:45 pm SESSION 3A: Joint AIA/APA Colloquium Material Girls: Gender and Material Culture in the Ancient World SESSION 3B: Colloquium The Medieval Countryside: An Archaeological Perspective SESSION 3C: Colloquium Roman Villas and their Afterlife in Sicily and Malta SESSION 3D: Colloquium Cutting Edge Approaches to Archaeological Research on Ancient Sicily SESSION 3E: Colloquium Agriculture in the Prehistoric Aegean: Data vs. Speculation Three Decades On SESSION 3F: Colloquium Etruscan Ritual in Context: New Approaches and Insights SESSION 3G Cultural Change and Interaction SESSION 3H The Roman East SESSION 3I Harbors and Trade in the Ancient Mediterranean SESSION 3J: Workshop Turning Spatial with Pleiades: Creating, Teaching, and Publishing Maps in Ancient Studies SESSION 3K: Gold Medal Colloquium Understanding the long term. Engagements and entanglements inspired by Ian Hodder

Session Block 4: Saturday, January 6, 8:00 - 10:30 am SESSION 4A: Joint AIA/APA Colloquium Roman Freedmen: Community, Diversity, and Integration SESSION 4B: Colloquium Whose Life? The Display of Athenian Painted Pottery SESSION 4C: Workshop Race, Politics, and Pedagogy SESSION 4D: Colloquium Collective Identities and Memory: The Epigraphic Evidence SESSION 4E: Colloquium Accessing Subjectivity in Antiquity Through Texts and Artifacts SESSION 4F Walking through Roman Cemeteries SESSION 4G New Research on Etruscan Cities and Tombs SESSION 4H Recent Fieldwork on Crete SESSION 4I Domus and Palaces in Rome and Italy SESSION 4J Preventing Cultural Loss SESSION 4K: Workshop Funding Sources and Grant Writing

Session Block 5: Saturday, January 6, 10:45 am - 12:45 pm SESSION 5A Undergraduate Paper Session SESSION 5B: Workshop Philanthropy and Funding....In Today’s World SESSION 5C Managing Water in the Roman Empire SESSION 5D: Colloquium Yeronisos off Cyprus: Twenty-Five Years of Discovery on “Sacred Island” SESSION 5E Reading Images, Looking at Inscriptions SESSION 5F Greek Sanctuaries SESSION 5G Art & Artisans in Prehistoric Greece SESSION 5H Bodies, Dress, and Adornment SESSION 5I Historical Views on Archaeology and Archaeologists SESSION 5J Archaeological Approaches to Fortifications

Session Block 6: Saturday, January 6, 1:45 - 4:45 pm SESSION 6A: Joint AIA/SCS Colloquium Carthage and the Mediterranean SESSION 6B Monuments and Images for the Roman Emperors SESSION 6C Ancient Coins and Other Valuable Objects SESSION 6D Natural Resources Management: Archaeological Perspectives SESSION 6E Domestic Spaces and Household Industry SESSION 6F: Colloquium Sinope Citadel Excavations: a Precolonial and Early Colonial Nexus of Black Sea Communications SESSION 6G: Colloquium New Approaches to Caves and Worship in the Ancient Mediterranean SESSION 6H: Workshop New Approaches to Ancient Wall Painting in the Mediterranean SESSION 6I: Workshop Debating the Boston Throne: Dating, Function, & Meaning SESSION 6J: Colloquium Archaeology of Landscape in Southwestern Anatolia SESSION 6K: Colloquium Life and Death at Ancient Eleon: Reports from the Eastern Boeotia Archaeological Project

Session Block 7: Sunday, January 7, 8:00 - 11:00 am SESSION 7A: Joint AIA/APA Colloquium Coins and Trade: The Evidence of Long-Distance Exchange SESSION 7B: Colloquium Archaeology from a Distance: Dura-Europos in the New Millennium SESSION 7C: Colloquium Banal Objects with Divine Power? Tokens, Deities, and Cult in the Ancient Mediterranean SESSION 7D: Colloquium Venetians Abroad: The Archaeology of Venice in the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean SESSION 7E Recent Research on the Early Helladic of Greece SESSION 7F Goddess Cult SESSION 7G Fieldwork in Italy SESSION 7H The Archaeology of Roman Economy and Production SESSION 7I: Colloquium Recent Research and Discoveries at Aphrodisias SESSION 7J: Colloquium Whats New at Gournia? The Gournia Excavation Project, 2010-present SESSION 7K: Workshop Conservation and Conservation Science in the Museum and in the Field

Session Block 8: Sunday, January 7, 12:00 am - 2:30 pm SESSION 8A Greek and Roman Architecture SESSION 8B: Workshop Teaching the Roman Provinces in North American University Classrooms SESSION 8C: Colloquium New Research on Funerary Monuments in Rome SESSION 8D: Colloquium Beyond the Walls: Bridging the Rural/Urban Divide in the Study of Roman Landscapes SESSION 8E: Colloquium Figure-Decorated Vases and Identity SESSION 8F: Colloquium Big Data and Ancient Religion: Gods in our Machines? SESSION 8G: Colloquium Anatolias Melting Pot? Reassessing Cross-Cultural Interaction and Migration in the Early Iron Age SESSION 8H: Workshop Between Dilapidation, Education, and Museum Nostalgia: American Collections of Plaster Casts, the Harvard Case SESSION 8I: Colloquium New Approaches to the Asklepieion at Epidauros

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