Society For Trojan Archaeologists Events (Spring 2021)

Upcoming STARC Events

Forgetting and Remembering Tutankhamun: How to write a PhD about the World’s most Famous Archaeological Discovery

Monday, March 1, 12pm PST

Presentation by Danielle Phelps



Archaeology of the Scythian Steppes

Wednesday, March 17, 12pm PST

Presentation by Gino Caspari



Collaborative Social Landscape Research in the Americas

Friday, April 9, 12pm PST

Presentation by Gordon Ambrosino



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Other Events 

UCLA/Getty Conservation Conversation - A Conservator, architectural historian, and architect discuss the fate of confederate monuments

Friday, February 26th, 11:00am PST

Presented by Casey Mallinckrodt, Dr. Dell Upton, Burt Pinnock Register via the Registration Link


AIA-LA Member Talk: "The Intersection of History, Archaeology, and the Law: the Royal French Warship la Trinité"

Sunday February 28th, 2:00pm PST

Presented by: James Goold, Covington & Burling LLP and RPM Nautical Foundation

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British School at Athens: “Modernity’s sacred ruins: colonialism, archaeology, and the national imagination in Greece and Israel”

March 8th, 9am PST

Register via the Registration Link


Yale Lectures: Andrea Achi, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, “Africa in Late Antiquity: Faith, Politics, and Commerce between the Mediterranean and the Red Sea.”

Friday, March 12th, 12:00pm PST

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The Ides of March: The Context and Consequences of Caesar's Death

Monday, March 15th, 4:00pm PST

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Yale Lectures: Auro, argento, aere perennius: Byzantine Art in and through Coins 4th–15th Centuries

Friday, April 9, 12:00pm PST

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AIA-LA Book Talks
  • Imperial Cult, Imperial Power, and The Julian Basilica in Corinth by Paul Scotton, CSULB. See Scotton PD, Vanderpool C, Roncaglia CE. The Julian Basilica : Architecture, Sculpture, Epigraphy. Princeton: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 2020 | Sunday, March 7, 2 PM PST
  • Ken Seligson (CSU Dominguez Hills), Burning Rings of Fire: Ancient Maya Burnt Lime Production| Thursday, March 25, 7 PM PST
  • The Archaic Smile: It’s No Laughing Matter. Jeffrey Hurwit (University of Oregon) will deliver the AIA Ahmanson & Norton lecture. | April 11, 2-3:30 PM PST

Upcoming Conferences

Society for California Archaeology (SCA)
  • March 4-6
  • Registration Deadline: February 24
  • Cost: Between $27 and $114
  • Multiple zoom rooms will be open for student attendees to facilitate networking with other students and professional archaeologists. These zoom rooms will be based around different topics and hosted by established professionals.


‘Modern’ Women of the Past? Unearthing Gender and Antiquity
  • March 5-6
  • Cost: Free
  • Hosted by the University of Sydney. More information can be found on the website


Bioarchaeology Early Career Conference
  • March 25-28
  • Cost: Approximately $35
  • More information can be found on the website


American Association of Physical Anthropologists
  • April 7-28
  • Cost: Free
  • More information in the website


Society for American Archaeology (SAA)
  • April 15-17
  • Registration Deadline: March 10 (Advance) or April 5 (Regular) Cost: Between $65 (Advance) and $95 (Regular)


Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America
  • April 15-18
  • Cost: Between $15 and $50
  • Hosted by Indiana University Bloomington. More information can be found on the website.


Ancient Greek, Roman And Byzantine Engraved Gems In The Eastern Mediterranean And Black Sea Area
  • May 13-14
  • Cost: Free
  • Hosted by the Archaeological Institute of America


Archaeological Heritage Management: Towards a People-centered Approach
  • June 21-23
  • Cost: Free
  • Hosted by the International Council on Monuments and Sites.


ARCE's 2021 Annual Meeting
  • April 22-23
  • Cost: $25 for Students
  • Hosted by the American Research Center in Egypt



  • USC Archaeology Research Center