111th Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America

January 6th – 9th, 2010 in Anaheim, California

The 111th Annual Meeting of the AIA was held in Anaheim, California from January 6th – 9th, 2010. About 2000 attendees enjoyed the wide academic program.

As in recent years, the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) presented its new publications at one of the over 55 booths in the well-attended Exhibit Hall. The DAI booth also served as contact point and information center for everyone interested in the Institute and its projects.
Moreover, several members of the DAI were actively involved in a variety of academic sessions that covered a broad range of subjects. Session 1B (“Continuity and Change in Sanctuaries of the Ancient World”) was organised by members of the DAI. As well as the lecture by the Secretary General on current research projects of the Institute, the DAI session was received with great interest. The Reception by the German Archaeological Institute held at the Anaheim Marriott Hotel on January 8th was likewise very well-attended. It crowned the DAI’s presence at the inspiring 2010 Annual Meeting in sunny California.