The Archaeological Institute of America: Field Notes, January 2022

From the Archaeological Institute of America:

Annual Meeting Recordings
Recordings of all sessions are now available to attendees via the Annual Meeting platform. The recordings will be available until February 13, 2022. The videos for each session appear at the top of their individual session page. These recordings are only available to Annual Meeting attendees and should not be shared outside of the platform. Virtual registration is still open for those who wish to view the recorded sessions.

2023 Annual Meeting Submissions
The 2023 Annual Meeting is scheduled for January 5-8 at Hyatt Regency New Orleans. While we hope to meet in-person, we realize the pandemic has fundamentally changed the ability of organizations to hold meetings as they did in the past. We are currently planning a survey regarding the format of future meetings to determine if in-person, virtual, or some combination will work best for attendees. The survey will be emailed to all past meeting participants and AIA members in early February.

The online submission system for the 2023 Annual Meeting will open soon. As in past years, all colloquium sessions must be submitted by the first round of deadlines in March. Workshops and open session submissions may be submitted to meet either the March deadlines (if an early decision is needed to acquire a visa or obtain funding) or the second set of deadlines in August.

In Memoriam: Martha Joukowsky
It is with great sadness that we share the news of former AIA President Martha Sharp Joukowsky’s passing. She will be deeply missed. Read the memorial.

Upcoming Deadlines 
Felicia A. Holton Book Award – February 1 
Samuel H. Kress Grants for Research and Publication in Classical Art and Architecture – March 1 
The AIA Publication Subvention Program – March 1 
Jane C. Waldbaum Archaeological Field School Scholarship – March 1 
Anna Marguerite McCann Award for Fieldwork Reports – March 15 
James R. Wiseman Book Award – March 15