Excavating Our Past: Perspectives on the History of the Archaeological Institute of America
Susan Heuck Allen
Archaeological Institute of America, 2002 - Social Science - 237 pages
The essays in this volume highlight the history of the Archaeological Institute of America, and development of the AIA and address broad historical developments in the field of archaeology. Contributors examine the founders, practitioners, related institutions, and the times that shaped them. Contributors include Phoebe Sheftel, Nancy Thomson de Grummond, Elizabeth Lyding Will, Caroline Winterer, Neil Asher Silberman, James E Snead, Stephen L Dyson, James Russell, Clemency Chase Coggins and Harrison Eiteljorg II.
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