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You can now view the speakers' abstracts for our Spring 2018 conference on the IEMA website!

I propose that we are now in the middle of a third scientific revolution in archaeology: the recent breakthrough in ancient DNA is fast producing new genomic evidence on human origins and migrations. Various forms of strontium isotope analyses have dramatically altered our perception of human mobili...
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The IEMA Post-doctoral Scholar Position 2018-2019 at SUNY Buffalo has been posted. Please see the Jobs section of the IEMA webpage for more information.

Closing date for consideration of applicants: March 1, 2018 Email application or inquiries to IEMA Director Dr. Peter F. Biehl

The workshop taught by Dr. Laura Harrison (University of South Florida, CVAST) yesterday was a great success! Thank you to Dr. Harrison for all of her hard work organizing and teaching this workshop. Below is a link to some of the photos taken during the lab, where we scanned objects in the morning and learned to use Artec to process the scans in the afternoon.

USF CVAST added 6 new photos — at University at Buffalo Art Galleries.

Thank you to all participants in CVAST's 3D scanning workshop today! We scanned objects from the Cravens Collection in the morning and processed scans using Artec Studio 12 in the afternoon.

If you're at the ASOR conference this week you can stop by our table in the exhibition hall to learn more about IEMA or browse our publications.

The finalized list of speakers for our upcoming conference is now available on our website! Visit for more information

The first co-sponsored lecture of the fall semester will be next week! On Wednesday, 25th October, Professor Tyler Jo Smith of the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, will present the talk “Roman Religions, Pisidian Practice: Votive ‘Rock-Art’ in Southwest Anatolia.” Professor Smith’s lecture will be held at 5:00 p.m. in the Goetz Library.

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A new workshop, scheduled for December 2nd, has been added to our lecture schedule. Check the news page for more updates

Dr. Megan Daniels Organizer of the Eleventh IEMA Visiting Scholar Conference in 2018 entitled “Homo Migrans: Modelling Mobility and Migration in Human History”