Women in the Present, Women in the Past

Women in the Present, Women in the Past

AAIA TeamMarch 16, 2021
Dr Rachel Pope (University of Liverpool) recently delivered a powerhouse keynote lecture for the 'Modern' Women of the Past? Unearthing Gender and Antiquity Conference. It was recorded and you can stream it now.
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Judy Birmingham: impressions and influences

Judy Birmingham: impressions and influences

David FrankelMarch 8, 2021
It was Judy’s excited fascination and enthusiasm for archaeology and how to do it that drew me into the subject and set me on a lifetime path of research and teaching
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What does your Mother Tongue Mean to You?

What does your Mother Tongue Mean to You?

Reeham Khandkar, Vrasidas Karalis, Lisa GronichFebruary 18, 2021
Australia is one of the world's most multicultural societies. International Mother Language Day brings us to a place of reflection.
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Capturing the Animal in Ancient Greek Religion

Capturing the Animal in Ancient Greek Religion

Prof Julia KindtJanuary 19, 2021
Professor Julia Kindt explores the often overlooked importance of animals in ancient Greek religious beliefs and practice. To say that ancient Greek religion brings together gods and humans in a
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2020 – A Year in Review: one year of the AAIA blog

2020 – A Year in Review: one year of the AAIA blog

Dr Yvonne Inall & Dr Stavros PaspalasDecember 16, 2020
As the year draws to a close it is natural to reflect on the year that has been, and what a strange and turbulent year 2020 has turned out to be.
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Introducing MAARC: a new initiative connecting Australasian archaeologists working in the Mediterranean

Introducing MAARC: a new initiative connecting Australasian archaeologists working in the Mediterranean

Gijs Tol & Jeremy ArmstrongNovember 11, 2020
The Mediterranean Archaeology Australasian Research Community (MAARC) was conceived in Auckland in February 2020 during the international conference ‘Exchanging Ideas: Trade, Technology and Connectivity and pre-Roman Italy‘ when, over a
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Contacts

Dr Stavros Paspalas – Director
Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens, Room 480, Madsen Building (F09), University of Sydney NSW 2006 Australia
+61 2 9351 4759 +61 (0)2 9351 7693 arts.aaia@sydney.edu.au