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The AIA-South Carolina Society is pleased to present a lecture by Dr. Goran Nikšić, city archaeology and architect of Split, Croatia: “Complexity and Contradiction in Diocletian’s Palace.” The lecture is FREE and open to the public at 7:00 on October … Continue reading

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AIA Lecture, 2 Feb: “The Islamic-Byzantine Frontier” with Dr. Asa Eger

Join the South Carolina Society in Charleston for a free public lecture by Dr. A. Asa Eger on “The Islamic-Byzantine Frontier”. A. Asa Eger is Associate Professor of the Islamic World with the Department of History, University of North Carolina at … Continue reading

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College of Charleston Faculty Field Reports

Please join the South Carolina Society for our first event of this fall, College of Charleston Faculty Field Reports. C. of C. archaeologists Maureen Hays, James Newhard, Allison Sterrett-Krause, Scott Harris, and Alvaro Ibarra will give brief talks on their … Continue reading

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AIA National Lecture: Dr. Cynthia Finlayson, TODAY, Mar. 17

Please join the Archaeological Institute of America, South Carolina Society, for a lecture by Dr. Cynthia Finlayson on March 17, 7 pm, Simons Center for the Arts at the College of Charleston (Room 309). “New Perspectives Concerning the Ad-Deir Monument … Continue reading

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Of Interest: Classics, Black Colleges, and Civil Rights

This year’s Classical Charleston colloquium, part of the Theodore B. Guérard Lecture Series, examines the role of Classics in the movement for equal education for African-American citizens in the South in the period after the Civil War. The Classical Charleston colloquium is … Continue reading

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“Sacred Houses” in Early Iron Age Greece?

Please join the SC AIA for a fascinating lecture: Alexander Mazarakis Ainian, University of Thessaly, will speak on the topic of ‘”Sacred Houses” in Early Iron Age Greece?’ Thursday, 22 January, 2015 7:00 pm Simons Center for the Performing Arts, … Continue reading

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Silencing Homer, October 15, 7 pm

Join us as we celebrate International Archaeology Month with a special screening and performance: Silencing Homer: The Iliad and The Odyssey in Early Cinema Three silent films, by three maverick filmmakers, with live musical accompaniment by Corey Campbell and introductions … Continue reading

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