In our second episode we speak with Dr Susan Lupack (Macquarie University). She led one of the few Australian-run archaeological projects that was able to conduct fieldwork in 2020, shortly before the world went into lockdown. Dr Lupack’s planned sabbatical in Vienna was subsequently thrown into chaos as the pandemic went into full swing.
The AAIA is very pleased to announce that its 2022 Athens Contemporary Creative Residency has been awarded to Anna Fairbank. Anna is a Melbourne-based artist whose practice focuses on the intersection of art, architecture and the environment.
To the classical Athenians, leisure was a chance to better oneself through refinement in technai (skills) and virtue. It was argued that those privileged few – young, wealthy, males – who had time and resources to spare became model citizens and warriors through pursuits such as athletics, music, and philosophy. A similar line of reasoning …
This podcast explores the ways in which the Covid-19 pandemic and other factors have disrupted archaeological fieldwork.
Today marks 100 years since the birth of Alexander Cambitoglou (1922-2019). Join us on 31 March to commemorate his life.
The AAIA’s Brett Myers recently presented his research into ancient South Italian hillforts at the 2021 European Association of Archaeologists conference.
This Movember, Dr Stavros Paspalas, AAIA Director delves into the the tangled history of hair.
Tom Keep, PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne, shares his experience working on 3D modelling projects
Emma Conroy and Craig Barker explain a unique relationship between contemporary artists and the Paphos Theatre Archaeological Project.
From 27-29 August the AAIA Athens Office hosted the inaugural face to face meeting for the Erasmus+ Project: Finds Stories: Addressing Mobility through Object and People Biographies took place in Athens, hosted by The Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens (AAIA).