Providing the chance to indulge your inner Indiana Jones
During the academic year, our society offers and co-sponsors a rich program of archaeological lectures. All lectures are free and open to the public. Below you can see the upcoming lectures for this semester. Please visit our Lecture Archive (under Lectures) for past lectures.
Prof. Rob Schon (Anthropology and Classics) will cast a new and distinctive analytical eye on "The Archaeology of Baseball in the (not so) Wild West". Using the results of his excavations of Bisbee's Warren Ballpark (the world's oldest baseball stadium in continuous use), he will focus on the audience experience of the physical venue, contextualized by archival information about the specifics of the sport in southern Arizona in the early 20th century. So grab some... Read More
The Tucson AIA Society has kept an active annual program since the early days of its foundation. In this part of the website, our goal is to provide an updated archive of past lecture series. If, by any chance, you have a copy of an announcement prior to 1998, please contact us (email@example.com) so that we can update our archive.