2013 Annual Meeting Program
The 2013 Annual Meeting was held in the heart of Seattle, Washington at the Washington State Convention Center and the Sheraton Seattle Hotel, conveniently located adjacent to one another. The majority of the conference was held at the Convention Center which included the exhibit hall, registration, AIA and APA academic sessions, and the Placement Service offices. AIA and APA committee meetings, placement interview rooms, and special events were held at the Sheraton. Some special events and placement interview rooms were also located at the Grand Hyatt Seattle Hotel (less than a block from the Sheraton and the Convention Center).
This was the 114th meeting for the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) and the 144th meeting for the American Philological Association (APA).
The Academic Programs began in the morning on Friday, Jan. 4 and ended before noon on Sunday, Jan. 6. The Public Lecture and Opening Night Reception as well as a number of AIA committee meetings and other special events were held throughout the day on Thursday, Jan. 3.
We continued the three-session a day format with a one-hour lunch block included. Download the 2013 AM AIA Program to view events and sessions offered at the conference.
AIA Program & Abstract Book
All AIA Annual Meeting attendees received the AIA printed Program in Seattle at no charge along with their registration materials. The full AIA Program is available in pdf format above. The Abstract book could be purchased through the online registration system or at the Customer Service Desk in the Registration Area on-site.
Members who did not attend the meeting may purchase a copy of the AIA Program for $8 and the Abstracts book for $12 (plus $5 S&H) by sending a request to Kevin Mullen, Director of Circulation and Fulfillment, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-353-8711, or by ordering online below.
The photo used througout the Annual Meeting site is by Jens Haas. It pictures the Classical Studies Graduate Program at Columbia University's APAHA excavation at Stabiae, Italy.